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Less than 18 months after

forming their company, the founders of Bend-based digital marketing startup Odysys Inc. walked out of the Liberty

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noon at the 12th annual Bend Venture Conference.

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LEFT: Odysys CEO Kent Schnepp and his team celebrate winning the award for the top growth-stage

company at the BendVenture Conference on Friday afternoon. The company,which provides a digital marketing platform for boutique and independent hotels, received a check for $205,000, a number that could increase in the coming weeks, EDCO officials said. RIGHT: James Nicol and Ryan Holmes, co-founders of the ski and snowboard company SnoPlanks, hold their $15,000 check following the awards ceremony Friday afternoon. SnoPlanks won the early-stage award at the 12th annual Bend Venture Conference. See photos of other winners and runners-up on Page A4.

By Abby Spegman The Bulletin

The future of OSU-Cas-

cades — beyond the 10acre campus currently under construction — will

take shape over the next 18 months.

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expect to put out a request for proposals for a design team of building and landscape architects, engineers and more to develop larger campus plans. A team would be selected early next year and begin work on two options — one for a campus on 56 acres and one on 132 acres, according to Kelly Sparks, OSU-Cascades associate vice president for finance and strategic


planning. On Friday, OSU-Cascades officials met with members of the Campus Expansion Advisory Committee, formed in 2013 to

gather general input from By Samuel G. Freedman

residents on a four-year

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campus in Bend. SeeCampus/A4

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.During orientation at Harvard Divinity School here

in 2013, Angie Thurston wandered amid the tables set up by the various cam-

pus ministries. Catholic, Methodist, Muslim — they mostly served to reinforce the sense that Thurston did

not fit into an organized religion. Here she was, starting her graduate studies in religion when she did not know the definition of liturgy, had never read the


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Volunteer Alyce Pearce sets a pair of skis on a rack while helping to set up for the Skyliners Ski Swap on Friday at the Murray Road Industrial Center in Bend. The Ski Swap, a benefit for the Mt.

Bible and could not have

identified a major theologian like Karl Berth, even if it would have won her a

fortune on "Jeopardy!" Yet something in organized religion hinted at an answer to the atomized, unmoored life she led.

More than two dozen

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Breaking down atax increase for the rich

was a call to creativity," Thurston, 30, recalled of her initiation. "I wanted to respond to what I saw as

offices and other buildings would have resulted in nearly $300,000 in fines. But, because OSHA and the national forest are both federal entities, the govern-

By Patricia Cohen

cash for political campaigns. All the Republican tax proposals, in fact, cut taxes

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When it comes to paying

a crisis of isolation among young people."

taxes, most Americans think

the wealthy do not pay their fair share. There is a sharp

She added, "I wanted to

create a meaningful community that came together based on a shared goal rather than a shared religious creed." From such an unlikely beginning — a self-described "religious weirdo" enrolling in an elite divinity school — has grown a fascinating phenomenon.

divide, however, between

Republicans and Democrats when it comes to taxing the rich, who provide most of the

pay too little," Hillary Clinton said at this week's Democratic debate in Las Vegas, "and for the wealthiest Americans. the middle class pays too Democrats, on the other hand, much." areprepared to raisetaxesat But what could a tax-thethe top, though they have not rich plan actually achieve? been very specific about how As it turns out, quite a lot, they would do so. experts say. Given the gains "Right now, the wealthy that have flowed to those at


the tip of the income pyramid in recent decades, several economists have been making the case that the government

could raise large amounts of revenue exclusively from this small group, while still

allowing them to take home a majority of their income. SeeTax /A5

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Stone-throwing protests eruptedacrossthe West Bank and Gaza on Friday, and assailants firebombed a site revered by Jews as the tomb of biblical Joseph on a "day of rage" against IsraeL Four Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire, including a laborer disguised as a journalist who stabbed an Israeli soldier.

biblical Temples. also been stoked by PalestinOver the past month, eight ian fears that Israel is trying to Israelis have been killed in

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Eij migrahtS —Hungary shut down its border with Croatia to the free flow of migrants today, a moveexperts say could leave thousands of people on their way to western Europe stranded in the small Balkan nation. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced the decision after a meeting of the national security Cabinet and the border, reinforced with a razor-wire fence, was closed at midnight. Several hundred migrants who reached the border minutes before the deadline would still be allowed to enter Hungary for humanitarian reasons, government spokesmanZoltan Kovacs told reporters in the border village of Zakany. "The Hungarian government has taken the steps ... to protect the internal European freedoms andthe security of the citizens of Hungary andEurope," Kovacs said minutes after the shutdown.

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CalifOIIli8 mIIIISIIIISS —Rescuers threw ladders and tarps across mud up to 6 feet deep to help hundreds of trapped people from cars that got caught in a roiling river of mud along amajor Southern California trucking route, a California Highway Patrol official said Friday in what heand other witnesses described as a chaotic scene. Amazingly, officials said, no deaths or injuries were reported. The people rescued from State Route 58, about 30 miles east of Bakersfield, were stranded in apowerful storm Thursday evening. They were rescued in darkness about10 hours after the storm hit and taken to three shelters. "It was terrifying," 51-year-old Rhonda Flores of Bakersfield said on Friday. "It was a raging river of mud. I' ve neverexperienced anything like it, ever."

ChurCh deatillg —A mother and father whipped their19-yearold son in church with an electrical cord and what appeared to be a belt during a deadly, all-night spiritual counseling session trig gered by his desire to leave the fold, according to witness testimony and police Friday. Church deacon Daniel Irwin testified he peered through a doorway window in the sanctuary during the more than 12-hour ordeal at the Word of Life Christian Church and sawLucas Leonard bleeding and in apparent agony. "Lucas was rolling himself back and forth on the floor and making a sustained, monotone moaning," Irwin said. Within hours, the young manwould be dead, killed by blows inflicted by his parents, sister and fellow church members, authorities said. His mother told police the group took turns hitting him and holding him down, state police investigator Jason Nellis testified.

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BeIIghazi queStiOning —A longtime aide to Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday sheanswered all questions posed by theHouse Benghazi committee after a daylong meeting behind closed doors thatDemocratssaidwasunnecessary.Huma Abedinsaid sheanswered questions "to the best of my ability," adding that she tried "to be as helpful as I could be to the committee" investigating the 2012 attacks, which killed four Americans, including U.S.Ambassador Chris Stevens. Abedin, committee staff and a few lawmakers met for nearly eight hours Friday at asession focused on the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks. Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, is scheduled to appear before the panel onThursday in a widely anticipated public hearing.

Palestinian attacks, most of

Muslim-run shrine in Jerusa- them stabbings. During the lem, a claim Israel has denied. same period, 36 Palestinians T aye-Brook Z e r ihoun, a were killed by Israeli fire — 15 senior U.N. official, told the labeled by Israel as attackers, Security Council that Israel's and the others in clashes belong rule over the Palestinians tween stone-throwers and IsThe U.N. Security Council and diminishing prospects for raeli troops. convened an emergency meet- achieving a Palestinian state Most of the attacks on Israeing to discuss the escalation, have transformed "long-sim- lis were carried out by Paleswhich has been marked by a mering Palestinian anger into tinians with no known ties to spate of Palestinian stabbing outright rage." The current cri- militant groups. Palestinian attacks and an Israeli security sis cannot be resolved by secu- factions, including Abbas' Facrackdown. Troops manned rity measures alone, Zerihoun tah and its rival, the Islamic roadblocks in Arab neighbor- warned. militant Hamas, have mainly hoods ofJerusalem, a center Israel's new U.N. ambassa- been involved in organizing of unrest, and ordered some dor, Danny Danon, accused stone-throwing protests in the Palestinian men to lift their shirts to show they were not

Syria fighting —Turkey shot down an unidentified drone that flew into its airspace Friday near the Syrian border, while Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country's air campaign backing a Syrian government offensive has killed hundreds of militants. A U.S. official said the downed dronewas Russian, but Moscow staunchly rejected the claim. The incident underlined the potential dangers of clashes involving Russian, Syrian and U.S.-led coalition planes in the increasingly crowded skies over Syria. Russian andU.S.military officials have beenworking on a set of rules to prevent any problems.

Iraqi forcesand Shiite militias retake an oil refineryfromthe IslamicState By Michael R. Gordon

have been fighting for more than a year over Beiji, which BAGHDAD — Iraqi forces has changed hands repeatedly. and the Shiite militias fighting The difficulties the Iraqis have alongside them announced had in holding onto the refinery Friday that they had retaken point to the more formidable the oil refinery at Beiji from Is- challenge they would confront

had more going for them this

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time. The push to retake Bei-

lamic State militants, in some

have yet to enter the city, the

in operations to retake Mosul or

Nigeria COrruptiOII —Since assuming power in May on apledge to root out the graft that has long permeated Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has squeezedthe flow of public funds in an effort to clean upAfrica's biggest economy. In recent days, the campaign escalated with the arrest of two high-profile figures: Diezani Alison-Madueke, the former oil minister whose five-year tenure was marred by recurring accusations of widespread theft; and Olajide Omokore, chairman of a Nigerian oil company. Both were held as part of inquiries into corruption and money laundering. Nigeria is the continent's top oil producer and one of the biggest producers in the world. Yet corruption has undermined the nation. Lamar OdOm —Lamar Odomhas regained consciousness, and is communicating — speaking andevengiving a thumbs-up from his hospital bed — just days after being found in extremely critical condition at a Nevadabrothel, loved ones said. It's the first significant updateonOdom'shealthsincehewasfound unconsciousandfacedown at the LoveRanch in Crystal, Nevada, Tuesdayafternoon. Alvina Alston, publicist for JaNeanMercer, Odom's maternal aunt and godmother, said that Odomspoke agreeting and gave a thumbs-up Friday morning, his first communication since being hospitalized in Las Vegas. "Hewoke up and hespoke," Alston said. — From wire reports

ji came as Iraqi forces were mounting a parallel offensive to retake Ramadi, the capital

of Anbar province in western Iraq. Even though Iraqi troops

of the first significant progress other Islamic State strongholds. simultaneous operations put against the extremist group afThe Iraqis appeared to have pressure on the Islamic State. ter months of stalled efforts.

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HISTORY Highlight:In 1915, playwright Arthur Miller, author of "Death of a Salesman" and "TheCrue cible, was born in NewYork. In1777,British forces under Gen. John Burgoyne surrendered to American troops in Saratoga, NewYork, in aturning point of the Revolutionary War. In1814, the London Beer Flood inundated the St. Giles district of the British capital as vats of beer ruptured, sending more than 320,000 gallons of liquid into the streets; up to nine people were reported killed. In1919,Radio Corp. of America was chartered. In1931,mobster Al Capone was convicted of incometax evasion. (Sentenced to 11 years in prison, Caponewas released in 1939.) In1933, Albert Einstein arrived in the United States as arefugee from NaziGermany. In1945,Col. Juan Peron, the future president of Argentina, was released from prison after protests by trade unionists. In1956,the all-star movie "Around the World in 80Days," produced by MichaelTodd, had its world premiere in New York. In1979,Mother Teresa of India was awarded the NobelPeace Prize. In1989,an earthquake measuring 7.1 onthe Richter scale struck northern California, killing 63 people andcausing $6 billion worth of damage. In1990, the Internet Movie Database (IMDb.corn) was created. In1995, President Bill Clinton told wealthy contributors at a Houston fundraiser that "you think I raised your taxes too much. It might surprise you to know that I think I raised them

too much, too" — a statement that drew criticism from both Republicans andDemocrats. Ten years ago: A two-man Chinese spacecrew landed in China's northern grasslands after five days in orbit. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi enragedChinaand South Korea byvisiting Tokyo's Yasukuni war shrine. Five years ago:PopeBenedict XVI gave Australia its first saint, canonizing Mary MacKillop, a19th-century nun who was briefly excommunicated in part becauseher religious order had exposed apedophile priest. One year ago:The World Health Organization acknowledged it had botched attempts

to stop the Ebolaoutbreak in West Africa, blaming factors including incompetent staff, lack of information and budget cuts. Riot police cleared anoffshoot Hong Kongpro-democracy protest zone in adawn raid, taking down barricades, tents and canopies that had blocked key streets for more than two weeks, but leaving the city's main thoroughfare still in the hands of theactivists.

BIRTHDAYS Actress Marsha Hunt is 98. Actress Julie Adams is 89. Newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin is 85. Country singer Earl ThomasConley is 74. Singer Jim Seals is 73. Actor Michael McKean is68. Actress Margot Kidder is 67. Actor GeorgeWendt is 67. Actor-singer Bill Hudson is 66. Astronaut MaeJemison is 59. Country singer Alan Jackson is 57. Movie critic Richard Roeper is 56. Movie director Rob Marshall is 55. Actor Grant Shaud is 55. Animator Mike Judge is 53. Actor-comedian Norm Macdonald is 52. Singer Rene' Dif is 48. Reggaesinger Ziggy Marley is 47.Actor Wood Harris is 46. Singer Wyclef Jean is 46. World Golf Hall of Famer Ernie Els is 46. Rapper Eminem is 43. Actress Felicity Jones is 32. — From wire reports

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Does your teenager have a texting problem' ? Teenagers use text messaging more than any other mode of communication, so it may

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it is also associated with lower academicperformance. The study of m or e t h an

400 eighth- and 11th-graders found that many teenage texters had a lot in common

with compulsive gamblers, including losing sleep because of texting, problems cutting back on texting and lying to cover up the amount of time

they spent texting. "Compulsivity is more than just the number of texts teens

are engaging in," said Kelly Lister-Landman, the paper's lead author and an assistant

professor of psychology at Delaware County Community College in Media, Pennsylvania. "What is their relationship with phone use? Do they feel anxious when it's not

around them'? When they sit down to eat dinner with their

family, do they feel a need to check it'? Do they feel compelled to look at it at all times, rather than just answering

texts they get? Overall, girls text compulsively at a far higher rate than boys do. And unlike girls, boys in the study who were compulsive texters were not at risk of

doing poorly in school. The study, published online Oct. 5 in Psychology of Popular Media Culture, is not the first to find a link between ex-

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have a texting problem, a newstudy says.

Wet winter forecast thanks to El Nina

SleeP In a time WithOut teXting —If youeverwish you could live in a simpler time whenthe pressures of modern life didn't make youfeel sleep-deprived, scientists have two words for you: Dream on. A new study of three preindustrial societies reveals that our early humanancestors probably got about the sameamount of sleep aswedo.MembersoftheHazda,SanandTsimanesocieties slumber for an average of only 5.7 hours to 7.1hours at nightand for the most part, they don't take naps. "They do not sleep morethan most individuals in industrial societies,e the study authors wrote this week in thejournal Current Biology. The notion that humanswould get more sleep in aworld devoid of artificial light, Starbucks and the Internet is as widespread asit is persistent. Theauthors of the study — which was spearheaded by Jerome Siegel, director of UCLA'sCenter for Sleep Research — noted that "complaints about reduced sleeptime in the 'modern world' were madeat least as far back asthe 1880s." Direct observation of our ancestors' sleep habits would require a time machine. SoSiegel and his colleagues opted for the next best thing: observing three groups of people whostill live as if the industrial revolution never happened. Two of these groups are inAfrica. The Hazdapeople live just south of the equator in northern Tanzania, wheretheir food supply depends on hunting andgathering. TheSanlive farther south, in Namibia, and arealso hunter-gatherers. The third group, the Tsimane, are hunter-horticulturalists in the rainforests of Bolivia. The consistency of sleep patterns across all three cultures was "striking," the researchers wrote. The implication is that staying up a few hours past sunset, sleeping for anaverage of 6.4 hours and then waking before sunrise is "central to the physiology of humans," not a recent adaptation to the modernage.

rain to wash out the current

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four-year drought, said NOAA hydrologist Alan Haynes of

W ASHINGTON — E l Nino this winter will leave a big wet but not neces-

sarily snowy footprint on much of the United States, including parched California, forecasters said this week. The National Oceanic


the California Nevada River Forecast Center.

Forecasterssee a milder, warmer winter north of the Mason-Dixon line and for all

of California and Nevada. Texas and the Deep South are forecast to be cold.

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Overall, the nation should have 2 percent fewer days when people have to fire up their furnaces, said Halpert. Nino," said Mike Halpert, He said the Northeast, where deputy director of NOAA's it was chilly and snowy last Climate Prediction Center. year, should see 6 percent fewEl Nino changes weath- er heating days. er worldwide, mostly afBecause of El Nino, NOAA fecting the United States is more confident than usual

tration issued its w i nter forecast and "the driver of this winter's outlook is El

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w e ather that its forecast is on target

pattern happens every — 70 percent for a wet South, few years when the Pacific Halpert said. Ocean warms up around

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the equator. This year' s doesn't address snow, just wet is one of the strongest El or dry and warm or cold. Even Ninos on record. though it's likely to be both NOAA expects a cooler cooler and wetter in the South, and wetter winter for the it is usually so warm there that

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cessive social media use and lower grades. A 2014 study

By Seth Borenstein

found that the more time black

and Hispanic teenagers spent ters of teenagers own a moon Facebook, the lower their bile phone and 63 percent say math scores were. Other stud- they textevery day, a greater ies have found that college stu- percentage than those who dents who texted while doing say they talk on the phone, homework had lower grades, meet face-to-face or email evand students w h o t e x t ed ery day. The median number during class took less detailed of texts sent by teens is 60 a notes and had poorer recall. day, with older girls having a An experiment with college median of 100 text messages students showed that students a day and boys a median of

about 3 percent of the boys

South. For California, more

had the problem. Most of the compulsive texters sent more

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than 100 messages a day.

cal time that its reservoirs usually fill, but there's no

free zones in the house, make

drought is likely to lessen in

who abstained from texting

dinner time phone-free and establish screen-free bedtime

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during a lecture retained more information and scored higher on a quiz. Excessive Internet use has also been linked to sleep problems, because students log

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town in the Midwest to assess whetherthey were compulsive texters. The 14-item question-

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business, fines would have to- she said. taled $292,600, according to The forest has about 250 Continued fromA1 Blanton. year-round employees, ex"No agency wants to have Violations included tools in panding to about 450 in the their name in the public spot- hazardous condition, unsafe summer with seasonal worklight to show they have these electrical wiring and improp- ers, such as firefighters, Nelproblems," said Galen Blanton, er railing, according to OSHA son-Dean said. deputy regional administrator data. Jobs with the national forest for OSHA in Seattle. Other issues included an air range from receptionists to law OSHA typically puts out a compressor nozzle that was enforcement officers to trail press release when violations not OSHA approved and a specialists. The different jobs reach a point where fines portable eye wash station with require a variety of equipment would have totaled more than outdated eye wash, said Keith with their own OSHA rules. "I think our record on safety $100,000 at a single site, Blan- Williams, safety and health ton said. manager for the Deschutes ¹ is pretty excellent," she said. In the Deschutes Nation- tional Forest. The national forOverall, OSHA o fficials al Forest, the violations were estquickly addressedtheprob- would like to see the U.S. Forspread around, with no more lems, he said, and successfully est Service be more vigilant than a half-dozen found at one appealed two violations. about employee safety. The office or facility, according to Such OSHA inspections, agency reports finding vioOSHA data. The v i olations complete walk-throughs of the lations in about 90 percent were at five sites: the head- facilities, typically occur every of inspections since Septemquartersat Pine Nursery, the fourorfiveyears,he said.The ber 2010 at national forests in Miller Street Compound, and inspections help the nation- Oregon. OHSA's Blanton was glad the Redmond Air Center, as al forests find and fix safety well as the Sisters and Cres- issues. to see how the Deschutes ¹ "We appreciate OSHA com- tional Forest responded to the cent ranger district offices. A pair of inspectors found ing in and doing the inspec- violations found in the 2014 26 separate violations in the tions," Williams said. inspections. "Everything was national forest in inspections Jean Nelson-Dean, spokes- corrected," he said, "which is conducted May 19 to May 21 woman for the Deschutes ¹ what we are looking for." in 2014, Blanton said. If the national forest were a private

tional Forest, agreed. "We con-

sider safety our No. 1 priority,"

— Reporter: 541-617-7812, ddarling@bend bulletin.corn


take a few years to fill up. Meanwhile, faculty is lookContinued from A1 ing at which academic proI n D ecember 2014 t h e grams to bring to the campus committee delivered 115 rec- and how those could affect ommendations on housing, the campus design. Additions neighborhood livability, sus- would have to be approved tainability, t r a n sportation, by officials on the Corvalcommunication and other lis campus and at the state' s areas. With expansion plans Higher Education Coordinatbeginning to take shape, of- ing Commission. ficials are reviving the comAt Friday's meeting, committee to weigh in on plans as mittee members asked about they develop. OSU-Cascades' coordination By March 2017, officials with the city and whether expect to be ready to file a new city codes might help land use application with the regulate student behavior off-campus. Sparks said that city. Construction on the initial was a possibility, and that 10-acre campus at the corner there are talks of starting a of SW Century Drive and SW

town-gown committee with

Chandler Avenue began this Central Oregon Community summer. Now campus lead- College and city leaders. ers are considering develOne committee member, opment on two neighboring Michael Carr, asked how properties, or both. They ex- being in a city known for its pect to make a decision this

beer — and in a state with

fall on whether to purchase a legalized recreational mari46-acreformer pumice mine. juana — might influence the They' ve also entered into a campus. "I would hate to see an area nonbinding agreement with Deschutes County to explore be created near the universibuilding on a 76-acre former ty where you have pot shops demolition landfill. and beer shops," Sparks said, No matter the campus' size, noting OSU-Cascades can' t officials are projecting enroll- control private development ment of 3,000 to 5,000. The 10- that might crop up aimed at acre campus, set to open next students. "That would be a year, could support about change in the character of the 1,900 students and w o uld neighborhood."

Some debate broke out when committee m ember

Kenneth Schofield called the decision to build the campus on the west side without

much public input "the elephant in the room." "The conversation didn' t

really happen at the beginning of the process," he said, noting opponents could try to bring similar legal challenges against the expansion that last year delayed the start of

the construction now underway. "Here we have a major public investment that chang-

es Bend forever, and there' s no discussion, public discussion with public input, about

(the location)." A nother

m e mber, B o b

Brell, suggested reaching out to opponents now to "bring (them) into the tent." Sparks said there have been plenty of forums for opponents to vent and that now

the focus should be building the best possible campus at the chosen site.

"We have made our decision, and we are legally entitled to build a campus," she

said. "They' re not going to change their mind, and we' re not going to change our mind on the site that we' ve chosen." — Reporter: 541-617-7837, as peg man@bendbulletin.corn

Venture Continued fromA1 Investors chose Odysys as the winner of the

growth-stage awarding the

c a tegory, c ompany

an amount that's likely to

grow as investments continue to trickle in, said Brian Vierra, venture catalyst

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boards using bamboo and fiberglass, won $15,000 in the early-stage category, which features companies

A center or aw en orcement int eU.S. asinto isre air

that have generated little to no revenue.

ference, not counting side

on the eighth floor, accessible

deals that companies may

only to agents and their friends and family whom they escort

have made with investors.

Administration, which oversees federal real estate. "In the

private sector,you wouldnever do this. You would just fix it Up.

Three years ago, the federal government launched a

in Boston, Denver and other lo-

cations across the country. Looming over the process is the failed attempt to consolidate the Department of Homeland Security, w h ose

own headquarters consolidation in Southeast Washington headquarters, but that effort is won approval six years ago but months behind schedule. FBI is less than one-quarter comofficials fear that with Con- plete, a decade behind schedgress increasingly unwilling ule and more than $1 billion to passfunding measures,the over budget. move to a new building could Nearly three years after the be pushed back dramatically FBI's search began, a final loor setaside after next year's cation has not been identified election. and funding has not been sesearch for a new site for FBI

In the meantime, the FBI

cured. In the meantime, the

headquarters is crumbling. FBI's 9,500 headquarters emOn a rare tour of the building, ployees are spread throughout bureau officials pointed to 14 locations in the Washington cracked concrete, makeshift region. workstations in former storage

areas and badly dated build- Changingtimes ing systems. The officials said Since its construction in the structure is so inefficient 1975, many of the building's that it has begun to hinder the distinctive features have beagency's modern mission, one come obsolete. increasinglyfocused on comFor instance, Hoover was bating international terrorist designed to a l l o w v i s itors threats and cybercrime. to walk freely into the inner They are also increasing- courtyard. The firing range ly concernedthat the Hoover was equipped with a 162-seat Building could be susceptible auditorium where v i sitors to attacks. could sit and watch agents "Having a s t ate-of-the-art take shooting practice. facility that meets that mission But following the Oklahoma

Schnepp said the money would go toward expanding sales at Odysys.

t h e H o over

$570,000 in investment and cash prizes, as of Friday

repairs. Inside, there are com-

afternoon. The

mon elements of older office buildings — peeling paint, ragged carpet, stained light

Agency, a Bend-based marketing agency, also kicked in $50,000 in services.

more laborious work-arounds. A makeshift employee gym, for instance, has been laid out

on one of the parking levels Staff on the 10th floor sit

in space designed to house 35 million fingerprint cards, which were relocated to West

Virginia in 1995. The crime laboratory, which moved to Quantico, Virginia, in 2003, w as also replaced by offi ces. In an effort to secure its perimeter, the FBI shuttered

some exteriorentrances and put 298 cement planters on the sidewalks around the build-

ing, most of them filled with only dirt because plants were deemed too costly to maintain. The netting on Ninth Street

catches falling pieces of concrete; Director James B. Com-

ey Jr. keeps one of the larger pieces in his office. Further retrofitting is pro-

hibitively expensive; despite the Hoover Building's overall size of 2.4 million gross square feet, only 53 percent of that is usable, according to a 2011 report from the Government Ac-

countability Office. Like other security agencies, said Haley, the chief financial officer, the bureau is on the front lines of terrorism

and cyberdefenses that require rapid data analysis and coordination amongst officials from

many different agencies and departments. "Bonnie and Clyde on a good day might get to two or three banks," Haley said. These days "you might be sitting in your underwear in some foreign country and steal

Photos by Andy Tullis/The Bulletin

ABOVE: Brian Vierra, second from left, venture catalyst for EDCO,

awards Perfect Co. the runner-upcheck for growth-stage companies at the BendVenture Conference onFriday afternoon. The company received $125,000 from the BVC LLC, as well as $50,000 in services from the Mandaia Agency. BELOW: Cari Thomer, from left, and Robert Haydock of Scratch-it Inc. stand with Juiie Harreison, fund manager for Cascade Angels Fund. The Portland-based marketing

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state actor, so it might be our

is paramount," said Richard

City bombing and 9/Il attacks,

Haley, FBI assistant director and chief financial officer. "Se-

the FBI ended public tours.

counterintelligence unit. (Our response) requires having all

There is still a gift shop, brightcurity concerns are important. ly lit and neatly stocked with

of that connectivity in an infrastructure that facilitates it."



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Scratch-It Inc., a Port-

land company whose marketing software features reveal advertising that relies on the user to un-

cover hidden information, won investments from two Bend-based venture funds,

bers at th e sold-out Tower Theatre.

The award ceremony, held next door in the Liberty Theatre on NW Wall Street, was the culmination of a two-day slate of activities, that includ-

ed the EdVenture Seminars, a

Cascade Angels Fund and

new series of educational pan-

Seven Peaks Ventures. In total, the Portland-based

els that took place Thursday morning, and the sixth annual

c ompany t oo k $ 225,000 from awards.

ho m e the t w o

In the early-stage category, six companies made pitches, with the w i nner

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Bushan Ru io: Agru ge matc s apesupinFori a By Mary Jordan

has also far outpaced Rubio in

The Washington Post

donor support, nationally and

THE VILLAGES, Fla. Dan Britton is in many ways the quintessential Jeb Bush

in Florida.

that once served as a critical

his national headquarters is


Others are avoiding publicly declaring their preference. voter — a staunch Republican Both candidates are rebuilding who spends his days whizzing and expanding their networks a golf cart around this huge across the state. Bush has a Florida retirement community bigger ground operation, and support base for Bush's state- in Miami. Rubio, who has fowide campaigns. cused more of his time buildBut ask Britton about the ing name recognition in other former governor's presiden- early-voting states, is prepartial campaign and he shakes ing to announce chairs in all 67 his head. Like many residents Florida counties. "Right now it's a tossup behere, Britton moved to the state years after Bush left office. tween Bush and Rubio," said "He was governor a long Don Hahnfeldt, a county comtime ago," said Britton, a re- missioner who lives in The tired builder and architect who Villages and is running for the moved here two


things, "the spectacular lowering of top income tax rates" for the sharp rise in inequality. The lower rate — generally a maximum of 23.8 percent — on capital gains, or profits from investments, is particularly problematic, Piketty

Continued fromA1 It is "absurd" to argue that most wealth at the top

is already highly taxed or that there isn't much more

revenue to be had by raising taxes on the 1 percent,

argues. Estimates show that

nearly 70 percent of capital gains benefits go to the top

says theeconomist Joseph Stiglitz, winner of the No-

bel in economic science,

1 percent. A recent study by

who has written extensively about inequality. "The

Adam Looney at Brookings and Kevin Moore at the Federal Reserve found that "the

only upside of the concentration of the wealth at the

Josh Haner /The New York Times

top is that they have more Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary money to pay in taxes," he Rodham Clinton appear in this week's Democratic presidential SBld. debate hosted by CNN inLasVegas. Democrats are prepared to The top 1 percent on av- raise taxes at the top earning brackets, though they have not been erage already pay roughly very specific about howthey would doso. Experts say raising a third of their incomes to

the federal government, according to a Treasury

taxes for high-income individuals would raise tax revenue while still allowing them considerable after-tax income.

mary reason" that the income

tax system had become less effective in reducing wealth

inequality. Eliminating the preferential rates on capital and dividends would generate $1.34 trillion

over the next 10 years, accord-

Department analysis that

takes into account the en-

reduction in the long-term capital gains rate is the pri-

ing to that measure — used by the Tax Policy Center, a joint

A tax rate of 45 percent on

ing to the nonpartisan Con-

this select group raises $109 gressional Budget Office. cluding income tax, payroll project of the Urban Institute billion, more than enough to Aided by a phalanx of lawtaxes that fund Medicare and the Brookings Institution pay for the first year of a new yers and accountants, the rich and Social Security, estate — the top 1 percent includes $2,500 child tax credit intro- have become adept at figurand gift taxes, excise and about 1.13 million households duced by Sen. Marco Rubio, ing out ways to shift earnings custom duties as well as in- earning an average income of R-Fla. that would normally be taxed vestors' share of corporate $2.1 million. The argument for raising at the top 39.6 percent rate on taxes. The tax bite on the Raising their total tax bur- tax rates on the rich tends to fo- ordinary income into capital top 0.1 percent is a bit high- den to, say, 40 percent would cus on the vast gains that this gains, said the economist Gaer. Most of those taxpayers generate about $157 billion in group has enjoyed in recent briel Zucman of the University insist they are already pay- revenue the first year. Increas- years compared with everyone of California, Berkeley, who is ing more than enough. ing it to 45 percent brings in a else. The top 0.1 percent of U.S. researching the link between By comparison, the band whopping $276 billion. Even families — each with net as- widening inequality and tactics — legal and illegal — used of taxpayers right below taking account of state and lo- sets greater than $20 millionthem, in the 95th to 99th cal taxes, the average house- own more than 20 percent of by the wealthy t o s idestep percentile, pay on average hold in this group would still the all the household wealth in taxes. about $1 out of every $4. take home at least $1 million the country. In the 1970s, that Shifting earnings from one Those in the bottom half a year. same sliver of the population tax category to another is part pay less than $1 out of evIf the tax increase were lim- controlled 7 percent. of the reason that even the top ery $10. ited to just the 115,000 houseThat shift is behind Sand- 0.1 percent pay on average no Sidestepping for the mo- holds in the top 0.1 percent, ers'repeated vow to compel more than a quarter of their ment the messy question of with an average income of Wall Streeters and others in income in federal individual just which taxes would be $9.4 million, a 40 percent tax the Rolex-and-Maserati set to income taxes — despite that increased, how much more rate would produce $55 bil- pay more than they do now. top tax bracket of 39.6 percent, "Let me tell you, Donald according to a Treasury Derevenue could be generated lion in extra revenue in its first by asking the rich to pay year. Trump an d h i s b i l l ionaire partment analysis. "Why give a blank check a larger share of their inThat would morethan cov- friends under my p olicies come in taxes? er, for example, the estimated are going to pay a hell of a lot to all of these guys?" Stiglitz, To get the most accurate $47 billion cost of eliminating more in taxes today — taxes the liberal economist, asked. picture possible, throw in u ndergraduate tuition at a l l in the future than they' re pay- He pointed out that current all the scraps of income, the country's four-year pub- ing today," he declared in Las tax law m akes no d i stincfrom the most obvious lic colleges and universities, Vega s. tion between, say, investing (like wages, interest and as Sen. Bernie Sanders has Middle-income f a m ilies abroad, speculating in land dividends) to the least pike proposed, or Clinton's cheap- make substantially less mon- or building a new factory. A employer c o n tributions er plan for a debt-freecol- ey than they did 15 years ago, better approach, he said, is to to health plans, overseas lege degree, with money left once inflation is taken into ac- say: "We' ll give you generous earnings and growth in re- over to help fund universal count. The economist Thomas deductions if you invest in tirement accounts). Accord- prekindergarten. Piketty blames, among other America." tire menu of taxes — in-

state legislature.

Marco R u bio. "He's young. He' ll help with

What's coming in Florida, said Republican strategist Kellyanne Conway, Rubio who is backing Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), is "the most signifi-

the Hispanic vote. I like what

cant, Armageddon-like battle

years ago from C onne c t i c u t . Instead, Britton

has his eyes on

k ~".

Florida's current GOP star, Sen.

Bu s h

he says." of the Republican primary." In a Republican field domThere are few better bainated by surging political rometers of the Florida Reoutsiders, the battle over who publican primary race than should carry the mantle of the The Villages, a community GOP establishment is, at this an hour northwest of Orlando moment, shaping up as a duel sometimes called "Disneyland between the former allies who

for retirees." It's a place where

are now Florida's two political powerhouses.

people drive golf carts to the Winn-Dixie for groceries and

As other establishment con-

to the town squares to hear live

tenders, such as Ohio Gov. John Kasich and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, are lagging in fundraising and in polls, Bush, 62, and Rubio, 44,

music each night.

each see the other as his chief rival — with the survivor best

the military — are overwhelm-

ination from party outsiders,

than anywhere in the state.

mainly Donald Trump.

Bush and Rubio were regu-

The tensions between the two sides hit a new high this

lar visitors in the past — Bush dedicated the s

week as Rubio's campaign bragged that its "smart budgeting and fiscal discipline" left more money in the bank "than

chartermiddle school as gov-

Jeb Bush for President" and

last month and offered some

The 114,000 residents many of them affluent, and

many of whom ran companies, managed offices or served in

ingly Republican. positioned to wrest the nomVoter turnout is

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ernor — and locals expect to

see more of them ahead of the primary.Rubio came through

other campaigns. Bush's top not-so-subtle digs at Bush, tellspokesman fired back Friday ing an overflow crowd at the on Twitter, pointing to a report

that said Rubio's campaign inflated its numbers and adding a stinging rebuke: "Lying about budgets. Guess Marco picked up something in the

Eisenhower Recreation Center that the GOP and the country

needs to elect a "new generation of leaders with ideas relevant to the times in which we live."

The Villages, full of people who have moved from other states,also underscores the down between mentor and challenges Bush and Rubio protege is that it may be de- confront in Florida, despite cided in Florida, the state that their advantages as the homeelected Bush twice as its chief grown presidential candidates. executive and propelled Rubio The state's ballooning popfrom small-town city commis- ulation in recent years — it reSenate."

Heightening the drama of this once unthinkable show-

sioner to state lawmaker to

cently surpassed New York as

U.S. senator. With the huge prize of 99

the third-largest state — means

delegates in its winner-take-all

humiliating — if not lethalfor Bush or Rubio. Recent polls have shown the two neck and

they were more familiar with

Trump, the ubiquitous billionaire and reality-television personality who also has a home

in Palm Beach. In The Villages, which adds new people every day, half of the residents didn' t live here in 2010.

neck in the state, though far "Insiders are sticking with behind Trump and, in some surveys, retired neurosurgeon Bush, but a lot of regular, everyday voters have no strong Ben Carson. Much of the state's Republi-


that many voters have no particular allegiance to e i ther

primary and the timing of the candidate. In fact, in dozens state's March 15 vote, many of interviews here, many said Republicans see Florida as the critical contest that will winnow the crowded GOP field. A defeat at home would be a

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A careful calculusguides health insuranceprojections By Robert Pear WASHINGTON — I n April 20 1 4 , Pr e s ident

Barack Obama declared victory in the government's

aggressive push to enroll people in private health insurance plans under the

Sean Proctor/The New York Times

The Religious Nones at Harvard Divinity School meet outside Andover Hall on campus in Cambridge,

Affordable Care Act, announcing that 8 million people had signed up for coverage. "This thing is working," he said. By the end of the year,

Massachusetts, this week. The term "nones" refers to people whoaresecular or are unaffiliated with

e nrollment was down t o 6.3 million, but adminis-

any religious denomination. Divinity institutions offer even atheists and spiritual seekers a language of moral discourse and training in congregational leadership.

tration officials confidently predicted a 44 percent increase for 2015.

Cail Continued fromA1 Now in her f inal year at Harvard, Thurston is a central

figure in a boomlet of students who are secular or are unaffiliated with any religious denomination, commonly known as "nones," attending divinity

So it wa s surprising this week when Sylvia

"It was in the back of my head that Judaism

Mathews Burwell, the sec-

has answers, that there were laws and the laws were based in ethics. I kept saying, 'I should've gone to Div School,' and my boyfriend said, 'Why don't you try?'" — Vanessa Zoltan, recent divinity school graduate


and my boyfriend said, 'Why superstition. Thurston, fo r e x ample, don't you try?'" other divinity schools around applied to Harvard Divinity During her years at Harvard, the country, especially those in- School specifically because of she said, she opened herself dined toward theologically and what she knew about Epstein's up to the possibility of a deity. While Harvard may be the center, nones can be found at

politically liberal Protestant-

work. She does not consider

ism, like Chicago Theological herself secular,rather she folSeminary. lows the precepts of the UranTwo factors are driving this tia Book, a 2,000-page work of surge. First, the proportion philosophy and spirituality that of nones in the United States has some elements of Christihas grown to about a third anity. She also critiques terms of all millennials, those born like nones and unaffiliated and between 1981 and 1996, according to the Pew Research

Center. Second, divinity school offers even atheists and spiritu-

al seekers a language of moral discourse and training in congregational leadership. The traits appeal to nones who aspire to careers in activism, social work, chaplaincy or community organizing rather than taking to a pulpit. "Nones are not entirely op-

posed to religious traditions, though they don't attach to a specific one," said Eboo Patel,

the founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core, who has seen the trend while visiting

campuses. "No small part of

them are attracted to the search

Every time, the Holocaust or

the Rwandan genocide or the Syrian civil war convinced her nothing supernatural existed.

The concept of sacredness, however, gripped her, and she sought out ways to consecrate the secular. With a divinity school professor,Stephanie the phrase "spiritual, but not Paulsell, she did an indepenreligious." "It's difficult to foster com- dent study in "Jane Eyre" as munity based on negation, on a holy book. Epstein and she saying what you aren' t," she studied Judaic texts together in said. "To live in this soup of ne- the yeshiva system of chavruta, meaning fellowship. gation, it's just not lasting." "I got inspired," she said. "I'd The group that T hurston helped start, Harvard Relispent a lot of my 20s being disgious Nones, includes almost appointed by grad school and 70 people on its email list and the nonprofit world. And at regularly attracts 20 people to Div School, people are excited. its meetings, not insignificant They get Alice-in-Wonderland in a divinity school with 350 lost in theology. It made me students. The divinity school happy." also has a humanist group with about a half-dozen members. One of h e r c l assmates,

n e w m a r k et- subsidized insurance is a good places at the end of 2016, an value. More than 80 percent increase of just 100,000 over of people using the federal exthe number enrolled in June change haveincomes lessthan of this year, and experts said 250 percent of the poverty level it would not be easy to find (less than $29,425 a year for an and enroll people who have individual). But marketplace refusedto sign up forthepast coverage has been less attractwo years. tive to people with higher inStan Dorn, a health lawyer at comes who receive less finanthe Urban Institute, a nonprofit cial assistance. researchgroup,said theenrollOne of the big questions ment goal was sensible. "I am raised by the new target is not optimistic that we will see whether enrollment is reachmore than that," Dorn said. ing a point where it will re"The easiest people to reach main stable. "We' re not seeing evidence have already signed up." Judith Solomon, a vice pres- of having plateaued," said ident at the Center on Budget Richard Frank, an assistant and Policy Priorities, a liber- secretary of health and hual-leaning research and advo- man services. But, he added, cacy group, said the adminis- "we are seeing a much longer tration's target was "realistic path to long-term equilibrium but disappointing." in the market." The tax penalty for people The Congressional Budwho go w i t hout i n surance get Office predicted in June will be higher next year: $695 that enrollment through the for each adult or nearly 2.5 exchanges would reach 20 percent of household income, million in 2016 and then level whichever is greater. That off around 22 million through may encourage some peopleto 2025.The White House acceptenroll, Dorn said, but the cost ed the budget office estimate of insurance is "still an obsta- for 2014 as a goal, but now adcle" for some. ministration officials do their Hillary Clinton is the lat- own analysis and projections, est prominent politician to and they take issue with the suggest that the Affordable budgetoff icenumbers. Care Act is not so affordable If the administration's prefor some people. A signifi- diction disappointed supportcant number fail to pay their ers of the health law, it was, monthly premiums or struggle in part, because the adminwith high out-of-pocket costs istration had pumped up exfor medicalservices and pre- pectations with several years scription drugs. of optimistic reports on enThe cautious calculus by the rollment trends and market White House, as the adminis- dynamics. through th e

New York Times News Service

retary of health and human services, predicted only slim gains in the coming year, millions below earlier projections. Burwell s uggested that a h u ge campaign with thousands of field workers would be needed to keep enrollment at recent levels. Why did the Obama administration set such a

modest goal'? It was part of an elaborate numbers

game played for several years by proponents and opponents of th e

h ealth

law. On theone hand, administration officials want to

manage expectations in a presidential election year, when surpassing the goal tration gears up for the third will be better for Demo- open-enrollment period, from crats than falling short. Nov. 1 to Jan. 31, tends to conIn this respect, federal of-

firm perceptions of the health


ficials are like corporate executives who smooth

law that have been taking shape in the past two years. out earnings to meet or ex- The expansion of Medicaid ceed projections given to appears to be a more durable investors. source of coverage than priO n th e o t h e r h a n d , vate insurance bought through health policy experts said, the marketplaces. t he enrollment goal f o r



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Casper ter Kuile, and a recent



divinity school graduate, Vanessa Zoltan, teach a weekly

for social justice and for spiri- course togetherfor about 55 tual meaning. And they recog- people on "Harry Potter" as a nize those things as the fruits of sacred text at the off-campus religious tradition. So it makes

Humanist Hub. This weekend,

sense to go to a place where you can study religious tradition." Within higher education, divinity programs often stand apart from the cult of relativism

Thurston and her collaborator Aisha Ansano are holding a

in the liberal arts and the utili-

Salt Lake City.



workshop about the Harvard

Religious Nones at the Parliament of World's Religions in

Throughout the academic schools. year, the divinity school's nones "If you were simply looking gather regularly for singing, for the skills, you might go to sharing personal experiences the Kennedy School ofGov- and offering mutual support.


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tarian emphasis in professional

ernment," said the Rev. Dudley

Rose, the associate dean for ministry studies at Harvard.

"And philosophy and liberal-arts fields have given up on the project of finding a moral language, an articulation of values. That language isn' t found in many places. And

Thurston and ter Kuile wrote a report, "How We Gather," that identified successful modern

examples of community-building, from the exercise program SoulCycle to dinner parties in

which bereavedpeople meet over a meal. Zoltan typifies the portion of

Harvard Divinity School students who are avowedly secular. Growing up in suburban In Harvard's case, the influx Los Angeles as the grandchild of secular and unaffiliated stu- of Holocaust survivors and the dents had one early and visible child of fervent atheists, she pioneer, Greg Epstein. In 2004, partook in Shabbat dinners while already serving as the and attended a Hebrew school assistant humanist chaplain purely as forms of cultural serving Harvard students and affirmation. "Our family felt like, 'God staff members who are atheist or agnostic, Epstein enrolled in isn't just dead, but if he's real, he divinity school. He took classes hates us,'" she recalled. "I was in everything from existential- raised to believe that humans ist philosophy to musicology to are what matter. And art. We nonprofit administration, and worshiped movies and books. he did a practicum in ministry Our Bible was everything when you find it, it's not easy to abstract it. You have to connect it to a tradition."

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By the time he graduated in graduate school at the Whar2007, Epstein could see a "trick- ton School of the University le" of other humanist students of Pennsylvania for nonprofit entering the divinity school, management, she rejected the and he set out to recruit more. capitalist theology there that "I see myself like a college the market is a value system. football coach," said Epstein, The Great Recession proved to who comes bythe metaphor her, she recalled, "Your way is honestly as an alumnus of the wrong." University of Michigan. "I want A course in ethics, though, to constantly be bringing in began to point her in an unexnew talent."

pected direction. She slowly

On campus, Epstein replaced the retiring humanist chaplain. Off campus, he put together a community center, the Humanist Hub. In both guises, he differed markedly from prominent atheists by adapting some of organized religion's models of ritual, moral language and communal purpose rather than merely denouncing belief as

came to recognize that the people she admired most — Gandhi, King, Emerson, Tolstoy and Alcott — had deep religious or spiritual lives. "It was in the back of my

head that Judaism has answers, that there were laws and the laws were based in ethics,"

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Since the voyages of Christopher Columbus, scores of ships have inadvertently sailed into hurricanes, battled gigantic waves and chaotic winds — and been lost at sea. Among them: Spanish galleons, tall ships, military ships, cargo haulers and pleasure cruisers. The latest victim was El Faro, a 735-foot container ship

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take it.

"A ship without engine power is little match for a major hurricane," said Jeff Masters, director of meteorology for Weather Underground, the U.S. Navy via Tribune News Service online weather site. The U.S. Navy's Third Fleet sailed right into the heart of a typhoon Here are some other sea in December 1944, capsizing and sinking three destroyers. Nine disasters: other ships were damaged, and more than 100 aircraft were washed into the sea.


An enlarged reproduction of a 1787 Royal Navy sail- hit a bulkhead. ing ship, the Bounty left New The storm that caused all London, Connecticut, bound the calamity was later called for St. Petersburg, on Oct. 25, Halsey's 7yphoon. The di2012. Initially the ship aimed saster prompted the Navy to east to avoid Hurricane San- establish a Pacific weather dy. Yet when the vessel was warning center, which later about 90 miles southeast of became today's Joint TIyphoon North Carolina's Outer Banks, Warning Center at Pearl HarSandy's expansive outerbands bor, Hawaii. overwhelmed it.

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killing all 31 crewmembers on board. The only saving grace: the charter boat's guests had disembarked in Belize City and most of its crew survived. charting a course that would later flew back t Miami. The following year, Span- take him within 200 miles of The Fantome, a $15 million ish ships were able to recover what was expected to be a luxury vessel, was originally about 80 percent of the silver hurricane," said Masters, of built for the Duke of West- and gold. The rest was found Weather Underground. minster in 1927. Later, Aristo- 250 years later, in the 1960s. Then Joaquin rapidly intentle Onassis bought it as a wedsified to Category 3 strength. ding gift for Princess Grace Atocha The Coast Guard received a a nd Prince Rainier. It w a s In September 1622, the last distress call from the ship then purchased by Windjam- Spanish galleon Nuestra Se- at 7:30 a.m. on Oct. 1, while it mer Barefoot Cruises Ltd., a nora de Atocha, departed was near Crooked Island in sailing line. Havana as part of a 28-vessel the Bahamas. The crew reconvoy, headed back to Spain. ported its propulsion system 3rd Fleet While carrying gold, silver, had lost power and the vessel In December 1944, during copper, jewels and tobacco, was listing 15 degrees to the U.S. Navy's 3rd Fleet was in the Philippine Sea, conducting air raids against Japanese airfields in the Philippines. After refueling at a base, at Admiral William Halsey's command, the fleet unwittingly sailed into the heart of a 100-mph



and about 500 men lost their

only defense against the hurricane was to stay close to the hamas, its top winds already Florida shore. Yet, while be- reaching 70 mph. tween Fort Pierce and Cape Although th e N a t ional Canaveral, the winds picked Hurricane Center predicted up too quickly for the ships to the system would intensify find safe harbor. into a hurricane and move A French ship, accompany- slowly southwest toward El ing the fleet, was able to ride Faro's path, the ship forged out the storm because it had on. "The captain knew he was ventured far from shore, and

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BRIEFING Storm King closure changing The closure of the Storm King Trail west of Bend will change next week. The stretch from "green gate" access and the crossing with Century Drive to the intersection with the Funner Trail will close Monday, possibly through Friday, for contractors to thin the forest.

Because the green gate parking areawill also close, Deschutes National Forest officials recommend users park at Wanoga Sno-Park. The rest of the trail from intersection No. 34 to Forest Road 41 will

be open.

Burns to be set near Crane Prairie Five controlled burns — 289 acres totalare planned for next week in the Deschutes National Forest, east of Crane Prairie Reservoir and Round Mountain and north of Wickiup Reservoir. The burns are aimed at reducing the risk of wildfires near communities. No roads are expected to close, but the national forest recommends drivers use caution if smoke is drifting.

Juniper expected to reopen today Juniper Swim & Fitness Center is expected to reopen at 8 a.m. today. The facility closed midafternoon on Friday because of apower outage caused by amotor vehicle accident involving a power transformer at the BendPark & Recreation District site. The outage was confined to Juniper, and repairs began right away.

Driver avoids animal, hits tree Cline Falls Highway was closed for about an hour Friday when aLexus driven by aBend man collided with a tree on the side of the road. Oswald Divinere, 59, was southbound on the highway about 11:15 a.m. when heswerved to avoid an animal. He drove off the road onto the east shoulder, crashing into a large tree, according to the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. Divinere was transported to St. Charles Bend for nonlife-threatening injuries. Deputies didn't find the animal that caused the crash. — Bulletin staff reports

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844 enrollees in Crook,

Lake Oswego-based Health Republic Insurance

Deschutes and Jefferson

About four years since he was last tracked in Central

Oregon, a lone gray wolfbrother of famous OR-7 — has re-emerged in the Cascades.

• Portland: Police arrested amanaccused of killing four womenin the 1980s, B3 • Wood Village: The Grand Rondetribe has purchased a greyhound track, B3

Well shot!

counties as of June 30. Statewide, the carrier had

Co. announced Friday it is

shuttering operations and withdrawing from Oregon's

roughly 10,200 enrollees

health insurance market-

to the Oregon Insurance

place in 2016, citing lower-than-expected payment from a federal program designed to shield carriers from financial risk.


A private trail camera

snapped a photo of OR-3 this summer in the Cascades of northern Klamath County,

according to an email Friday from Michelle Dennehy, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife spokeswoman. The camera belonged to a hunter and was placed near

Crater Lake National Park, according to the Statesmen

public is far from the most popular insurance carrier in Oregon. Moda Health,

which captured the largest

tive Dec. 31.

had nearly 375,000 enrollees as of June 30, including roughly 29,000 in Central Oregon. See Insurance /B5

Imnaha pack in northeast Oregon. Last tracked in September 2011, OR-3 was captured on a private trail camera this summer.

Nov. 1.

A May 2011 photo of OR-3, a then-3-year-old male wolf from the

• A new density limit and requiredlicenses for operationare changingthe rental scene inBend

While those are significant numbers, Health Re-

and group insurance policies will be canceled effecThe carrier also will not participate in 2016 open enrollment, which begins

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Journal in Salem. See Wolf /B6

as of that date, according

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proportion of the market,

How new city policy affects the numder ofvacation rental homepermits About 90 homeowners with vacation rental permits in Bendfailed to apply for operating licenses and their permits are nowvoid, bringing the total number of rental permits in the city down to about 600 from a high point of near 700 prior to the Oct. 1 deadline. Because of anewpolicy requiring a 250-foot buffer between rentals, new rentals are unlikely to beapproved in the River Westand Old Bendneighborhoods. II •


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Sen. Merkley talks costs Bend Police purchase less-lethal of collegewith students 40-mm sponge-round launchers

Reader photos

Send us your best outdoor photos at bemlbulletln.corn/ readerphotos. Your entries will appear online, and we' llchoose the best for publication in the Outdoors section. Submission requirements: Include as much detail as possible — when and where you took a photo, any special technique used — as well as your name, hometown and contact info. Photos selected for print must be high resolution (at least 6 inches wide and 300 dpi) and cannot be altered.

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ment government class,

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The Bulletin

covering proposed legislation to bring college costs

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seem innocuous, but if you

officers on proper use of the

of existing federal loan and grant programs and the role discussions of college costs could play in the upcoming

put them in a serious enough launching system, they can

weapons. Nationally, less-lethal weapons have been touted — largely by manufacturers — asalter-

U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley dropped by Mountain View High School on Fri-

day afternoon as part of a trip through Central Oregon, in which he met with students to

discuss college aff o rdability. Merkley, D-Ore., fielded questions Merkley

from an Advanced Place-


Merkley said the rising cost of higher education threatens to "crush" students under a mountain of debt,

and drag down the country' s productivity.

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Beanbags and sponges may

deliver a level of force one step

from deadly. While the Bend Police Department has previously used 12-gauge shotguns loaded with beanbags for situations where

of spongelike material. The rounds are 40 mm in diameter. The department is training

natives to firearms in an era of increased attention to how and

when police use deadly force. Bend Police say the sponge police deem that level of force rounds will be safer, allowing is justified, the department officers to confront threats recently purchased five launch- from a distance and reducing ers to be loaded with rounds

the likelihood officers resort to

deadly force. Others, such as the American Civil Liberties

Union of Oregon, have called for greater independent testing of the weapons. The decision to switch weap-

ons wasmade largely forsafety reasons, said Bend Police Sgt. Brian Beekman.

"As we looked at that type of distance-impact technology, we came to the condusion that the

40-mm munition is probably a safer munition in terms of risk of injury," Beekman said. See Weapons/B2





Featuring eight local celebrities, paired with professional dancers, to benefit Sparrow Clubs; 5 p.m.; $18 SKYLINERSSKISWAP:Aswap plus fees; Tower Theatre, 835 NW ofnew andusedskiequipment;8 Wall St., Bend; www.towertheatre. a.m.-5 p.m.; formerFuquaHomes org or 541317-0700. Factory, 20495 Murray Road, Bend; REEL ROCK10:Showcasing the 541-388-0002. best rock climbing of the past year; BEULAH'S PLACE FOURTH 6:30 p.m.; $15 in advance, $17 ANNUAL COMMUNITY RUMMAGE at the door; Mountain View High SALE:A sale featuring clothes, School, 2755 NE27th St., Bend; antiques, appliances and more to 541-419-5071. benefit Beulah's Place, a nonprofit AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Bowman for homeless Central Oregon teen Museum historian and author boysand girls;8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Steve Lent will present a talk and Highland Baptist Church, 3100 slideshow based on his new book, SW Highland Ave., Redmond; "Central Oregon Place Names: 5415260445. Volume III: Deschutes County"; "SAGE GROUSE:ICON OF THE 6:30 p.m.; $5; Paulina Springs SAGEBRUSHSEA"EXHIBIT Books, 252 W. Hood St., Sisters; OPENING:The exhibition www.paulinasprings.corn or explores the fascinating natural 541-549-0866. history, cultural significance and conservation efforts to protect sage 13TH ANNUALDRAGSHOW: grouse and their habitat; 9 a.m.; $15, Featuring a drag show with Poison Waters and friends, with cabaret $12 for seniors, $9 for ages 5-12, style seating with runway right free for 4 and under; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, through the middle; 7 p.m.; $15 plus Bend; www.highdesertmuseum.org fees in advance, $20 at the door and for VIP; Bend Community Center, or 541-382-4754. 1036 NE Fifth St., Bend; www. PANCAKEFEED:A pancake feed, to bendticket.corn or 541-385-3320. benefit the Redmond High School DANA LYONSBENEFIT CONCERT: girls basketball team and their The singer/songwriter performs, travel to a tournament in Orlando, Florida; 9 a.m.-noon; free, donations to benefit Equine Outreach; 7 $25suggesteddonation; accepted; All Seasons RV 8 Marine, p.m.; HarmonyHouse, 17505 Kent Road, 63195 Jamison Road, Bend; Sisters; www.equineoutreach.corn 541-923-4800. or 541-419-4842. AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Author Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield will speak A NIGHT FORNEPAL: Featuring live music, raffles and more, to benefit on "Suitcase Filled with Nails: Lessons Learned from Teaching Art communities and schools rebuilding in Nepal; 7 p.m. free, donations in Kuwait"; 9:30 a.m.; Touchmark, accepted; Armature, 50 SEScott St, 19800 SW Touchmark Way, Bend; Bend; 541-213-9334. 541-647-0563. "A NIGHTOF ONE ACTS": An "THE METLIVE:OTELLO":A evening of six one-act plays,as showing of Shakespeare's tragic part of the Black Box series by play; 9:55 a.m.; $24, $22 for Cascades Theatrical; 7:30 p.m.; seniors, $18 for children; Regal $15 for adults and seniors, $12 Old Mill Stadium 16 8 IMAX, 680 for students; Cascades Theatre, SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www.fathomevents.corn or www.cascadestheatrical.org or 844-462-7342. 541-389-0803. DD RANCHPUMPKIN PATCH "EVIL DEAD, THEMUSICAL": A AND MARKETPLACE: Featuring a play about five college students who farmers market, crafts, live music, a visit an old abandoned cabin in the pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, a hay woods and unleash an evil force; maze and more; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; DD 7:30 p.m.; $22, $19 for students and Ranch,3836 NE Smith RockWa y, seniors, $28 for the Splatter Zone; Terrebonne; www.ddranch.net or 2nd Street Theater, 220 NELafayette 541-548-1432. Ave., Bend; www.2ndstreettheater. FOBL BOOKSALE:A booksaleto corn or 541-312-9626. benefit the FOBL; 11a.m.-4 p.m.; CURTIS SALGADO: The vocalist/ Library Administration Building songwriter/harmonica player Basement, 507 NWWall St., Bend; performs; 8 p.m.; $20 plus fees in 541-728-8859. advance, $25 at the door; The Belfry, JAROLD RAMSEY:WORDS 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; www. MARKED BY PLACE: Writer, belfryevents.corn or 541-815-9122. academic and Central Oregon CARAVAN OF GLAM:The troupe native Jarold Ramsey discusses the from Portland performs; 9 p.m.; "Central Oregon Dialect"; 2 p.m.; $12 plus fees in advance, $15 at Downtown Bend Library, 601 NW the door; Volcanic Theatre Pub, Wall St., Bend; 541-312-1034. 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; "SWINGINGWITH THE STARS": www.volcanictheatrepub.corn or

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"CINEMALIVE PRESENTS:ANDRE RIED'S 2015 MAASTRICHT CONCERT":The "King of Waltz" performs a violin concert in his


hometown; 7p.m.;$15;Regal Old Mill Stadium 168 IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; www.fathomevents.corn or 844-462-7342. THE SHOW PONIES: The band from Los Angeles performs, with Parlour; 8 p.m.; $5 plus fees in advance, $7 at the door; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www.volcanictheatrepub. corn or 541-323-1881. Submitted photo

Writer and academic Jarold Ramsey's presentation "Words Marked by Place" today at the Downtown Bend Library will discuss the Central Oregon dialect. 541-323-1881. THE LACS:The country/hiphop band performs; 9 p.m.; $8; Maverick's Country Bar & Grill, 20565 Brinson Blvd., Bend; 541-382-4270. ISRAELVIBRATION:The reggae group performs; 9 p.m., doors open at 8p.m.;$25 plusfeesin advance, $30 at the door; Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www. bendticket.corn or 541-383-0800.

SUNDAY DD RANCHPUMPKIN PATCH AND MARKETPLACE:Featuring a farmers market, crafts, live music, a pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, a hay maze and more; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; DD Ranch, 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne; www.ddranch. net or 541-548-1432. FOBL BOOKSALE:A booksale to benefit the FOBL; 1-4 p.m.; Library Administration Building Basement, 507 NW Wall St., Bend; 541-728-8859. "A NIGHTOF ONE ACTS": An evening of six one-act plays, as part of the Black Box series by Cascades Theatrical; 2 p.m.; $15 for adults and seniors, $12 for students; Cascades Theatre, 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www.cascadestheatrical.org or 541-389-0803. "EVIL DEAD, THEMUSICAL": A play about five college students who visit an old abandoned cabin in the woods and unleash an evil force; 3 p.m.; $22, $19 for students and seniors, $28 for the Splatter Zone; 2nd Street Theater, 220 NE Lafayette Ave., Bend; www.2ndstreettheater.corn or 541-312-9626. "JUMBO WILD" PREMIERE: Featuring a documentary film by Sweetgrass Productions about the

decades-long battle over the future of British Columbia's iconic Jumbo Valley; 8 p.m.; free; Patagonia Bend, 1000 NW Wall St., Bend; 541-382-6694. DANIELROMANO 5 THE TRILLIUMS:The Canadian folk artist performs with Kacy 8 Clayton and Dylan Earl; 8:30 p.m.; $12 plus fees in advance; The Annex, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www. redlightpro.corn or 541-388-1106. CRUSHEDOUT:The band from Brooklyn performs with Feral Foster and Big Evil; 9 p.m.; $5; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www. volcanictheatrepub.corn or 541-323-1 881.

MONDAY "INSPIRED":A showing of the film from The Ski Movie Tour; 6

p.m.; $10 plus fees inadvance, $15 at the door; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www.volcanictheatrepub.corn or 541-323-1 881.

WEDNESDAY "BACK TOTHE FUTURE TRILOGY: 30TH ANNIVERSARY":A showing of all three Back to the Future films; 5 p.m.; $11, $8.50 for seniors and children; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 8 IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; www.fandango.corn or 844-462-7342. "THE METLIVE:OTELLO":A showing of Shakespeare's tragic play; 6:30 p.m.; $24, $22 for seniors, $18 for children; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 & IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; www.fathomevents.corn or 844-462-7342. FENCES FORFIDO KARAOKE FUNDRAISER:Featuring karaoke, a raffle and more, to benefit FencesforFido;7 p.m.;SobaAsian Bistro, 932 NW Bond St., Bend; 408-835-2192. "BACK TOTHE FUTURE: PART II":Watch the second Back to the Future film, in honor of Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown set the DeLorean to land in Hill Valley, California; 7 p.m.; $8 plus fees; The Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St, Bend; www. towertheatre.org or 541-317-0700. SISTERSCLASSIC OLD-TIME RADIO EXPERIENCE: A group

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TUESDAY MAKE-A-BAND2015: Musicians will perform in spotlight events at Silver Moon Brewing in October, and during these events, producers will pick musicians to come together to form bands; 6 p.m.; $5; Silver Moon Brewing, 24 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-815-0574. "CERRO TORRE:A SNOWBALL' S CHANCE IN HELL":A showing of the movie about climbing the mountain in Patagonia; 6 p.m.,

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episodes; 7 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; www. belfryevents.corn or 541-815-9122. SONGCRAFTERS:Featuring David Von Schlegall, Bill Powers and Harley Bourbon; 8 p.m.; $5; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www. volcanictheatrepub.corn or 541-323-1 881.

THURSDAY WOMEN SWIMMING UPSTREAM: SOCIALDOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHER ALISON WRIGHT:Alison Wright, National Geographic Traveler of the Year and contributing photographer, will share her photograph of women at work in developing countries; 6:30


Bend Police Officer Scott Vincent holds a nonlethal 40-mm

p.m.; $15; Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St, Bend; www.towertheatre. org or 541-383-7257. THE MANY LIVESOF KLONDIKE KATE:Learn about Klondike Kate during the Gold Rush in Alaska; 6:30 p.m.; A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum, 246 N. Main St, Prineville; www.bowmanmuseum.org or 541-447-3715. "LINCOLN CENTERATTHE MOVIES:ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER":Featuring four performances from Alvin Ailey's Revelations; 7 p.m.; $11, $8.50 for seniors and children; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 8 IMAX,680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend;www.fathomevents.corn or 844-462-7342. BOMBADIL:The pop band from North Carolina performs; 7 p.m.; free; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St., Bend; www.mcmenamins.corn or 541-382-51 74. "ED SHEERAN:JUMPERSFOR GOALPOSTS":A showing of a concert documentary on the X Tour at Wembley Stadium; 7:30 p.m.; $16; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 8, IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Dnve, Bend;www.fathomevents.corn or 844-462-7342. "EVIL DEAD, THEMUSICAL": A play about five college students who visit an old abandoned cabin in the woods and unleash an evil force; 7:30 p.m.; $22, $19 for students and seniors, $28 for the Splatter Zone; 2nd Street Theater, 220 NE Lafayette Ave., Bend; www.2ndstreettheater.corn or 541-31 2-9626.

FRIDAY AUTUMN FEST:Featuring handcrafted items, baked goods, an auction and more; 8 a.m.; Prineville Presbyterian Church, 1771 NW Madras Highway, Prineville; 541-447-1017. HISTORICALHAUNTS OF DOWNTOWNBEND:Takeawalk through historic downtown Bend; 4 p.m.; $10, free for children 12 and younger and members; Deschutes Historical Museum, 129 NW Idaho Ave., Bend; 541-389-1813. AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Author Kim Heacox will read from and sign his new novel "Jimmy Bluefeather"; 6:30 p.m.; $5; Paulina Springs Books, 252 W. Hood Ave., Sisters;

www.paulinasprings.corn or

541-549-0866. ALL AGESCOMEDY IMPROV: Two

improv groupsmakeup characters and stories based on your ideas, all ages; 7 p.m.; $5; Cascades Theatre, 148 NWGreenwood Ave., Bend; www.bendimprov.corn or 541-771-3189.

Deschutes County Sheriff's Capt. Erik Utter said the sheriff's tactical team — similar to a SWAT team, created in 2009

Continued from B1 The 40-mmround has abigger surfacearea, is more accurate andis less likely to break skin than a beanbag round, Beekmansaid. The weapons could be used

fore loading his gun

when a suspect presented an

Wednesday wrote in an email Thursday.

immediate and serious threat to anofficer or another person.

at the Bend Police De-

And wh i l e t h e 40 - m m rounds might be safer than

Generally, Beekman said, this


the beanbag rounds, Beekman concededthey are prici-


couldmean situations where a suspecthas allegedly commit-

"Yeah, we could wait until

ted a violent crime and resists

complete, irrefutable, exhaus-

arrest,and theweapons would be usedin an effort to gain the suspect's compliance.

The le ss-lethal weapon, according to Bend Police Department policy, will not be deployedwithout the approval of the supervisor, and it will be stored "securely in the trunk

of patrol vehicleswhen not in use."

Oregon law allows police officers to use their firearms when they are presented with

what they reasonably believe is imminent deadly physical force to be used against them

or another person. In addition to their department-issued handguns, Bend Police officers carry two other

Thursday."So we can attempt

— has a40-mm launcherbut hasn't neededto fire it yet. It could also be used in a "large civil disturbance," such as a riot, by trained deputies, Utter

er: Each launcher costs about

to de-escalate and to evaluate tive, independent research," the situation more fully." Beekman said. "But I think at The Redmond Police Desome point you have to find partment has several 40-mm

$950, and eachround is $21.80. Those rounds aren't used in Photos by Andy Tullis i The Bulletin training; they are replaced Bend Police Officer Scott Vincent fires a nonlethal 40-mm gun with rel oad able practice toward a target at the Bend Police Department shooting range in some middle ground to reduc- impact projectile launchers rounds.In comparison, the old BendonWednesday. ing overall risk to the com- supervisors keep in their cars, beanbag rounds go for about munity.... Do we have a tool Capt.Brian McNaughton said. $4 to $6 each. that's been reasonably vetted "Any time that we can utiBeekman said the weapon less-lethal weapons: pepper less-lethal purposes, critical- that could potentially save lize a technology that can save would be used sparingly. "It's a rare event; I think spray and Tasers. They have ly wounding a 20-year-old lives? ... I think the answer's lives as opposed to having to yes." the option to carry collapsed suspect. kill somebody to protect our- we've deployed a 12-gauge "We (the ACLU) would batons. Bend Police Officer Scott selves or others,we' re going to beanbag round once or twice Jamt Carson, associate di- rather see more emphasis Vincent, who has conducted look at it," McNaughton said. in the past five years," Beekrector of the ACLU of Oregon and resources spent on train- trainings for the department "We're going to use it if we man said, noting that all use— which in the past has voiced ing officers on how to defuse on the useof the sponge-round can." of-force incidents result i n concernaboutTasers— said it and de-escalate situations," launchers, saidhe felt the techBeekman said the technol- internal reports. "I think if we was important for thepublic to Carson said in an in terview nology was actually safer for ogy has also been used by have anopportunity for a safscrutinize new technology. Wednesday. officersand suspects. the Central Oregon Emer- er round even if it's at a high"(The launchers give) us gency Response Team, the er cost ... it's not a budgetary In 2011, a P o rtland P o Beekmansaid it's important lice Bureau officer inadver- to move forward when new the ability to h andle threat- region's version of S WAT, concernfor us." tently loaded a li v e r o u nd technology that could save ening suspectsat a distance," whichresponds tolarge-scale — Reporter:541-383-0376, from a weapon intended for lives becomesavailable. Vincent wrote in a message incidents. cwithycombeibend bulletin.corn r

NEWS OF RECORD POLICE LOG The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log whensuch arequest is received. Anynewinformation, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-633-2117.

BEND POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft —A theft was reported and arrests were madeat 12:27p.m. Oct. 13, in the 2500 block of NEU.S. Highway 20. Theft —A theft was reported at 2:57

p.m. Oct. 14, in thearea of LavaLane. Theft —A theft was reported at 3:08 p.m. Oct. 14, in thearea ofStarwood Drive. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered and anarrest made at 8:47 p.m. Oct. 14, in the20800 block of NovaLoop. Theft —A theft was reported at 9:16 p.m. Oct.14, in the 600 block of NE Third Street. DUII —lan Jacob Brubaker, 34, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 1:50 a.m. Oct.15, in the area ofNW Harmon Boulevard and NW Hartford Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:52

a.m. Oct. 15, in the 1900 block of NE Windy TreeCourt. Theft —A theft was reported at 9:18 a.m. Oct.15, in the1800 block of NW Glassow Drive. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered at10:36 a.m. Oct. 15, in the 20800 block of TopKnot Lane. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered at 5:02 p.m.Oct. 15, in the 2400 block of NEMoonlight Drive. Criminal mischief — Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 6:05 p.m. Oct. 14, in the1300 block of NE Tucson Way. Theft —A theft was reported at1:02 p.m. Oct.14, in the 60900 block of

Brosterhous Road.

PRINEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at1:23 p.m. Oct. 15, in the area of SELynn Boulevard. Theft —A theft was reported at 5:19 p.m. Oct. 15, in the area of NE10th Street.

BEND FIRE RUNS Thursday 18 —Medical aid calls.

CIVIL SUITS Filed Oct. 8 15CV27190 —U.S. Bank N.A.v. Roderick C. Munro and Sarah A. Munro, complaint, $383,032.19, plus interest costs and fees 15CV27212 —Judy Robertson v. Barbara G. Brown, complaint, $200,000, plus interest costs and fees Filed Oct. 9 15CV27315 —Regino Martinez v. Keith W. Engstrom, complaint, $49,524.65, plus interest costs and fees 15CV27436 —American Express

Bank FSB v.Paul M. Johnson, complaint, $18,579.35, plus interest costs and fees Filed Tuesday 15CV27669 —JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. v. David P.Harms, Kindra L. Harms, Midland Funding LLC, complaint, $26,086.18, plus interest costs and fees 15CV27670 —Circle Four Ranch Condominium Association v. Catherine E. Kelly, complaint, $14,721.98, plus interest costs and fees 15CV27820 —Allison Clark v. Daniela Gill, complaint, $150,000, plus interest costs and fees




csee o revo e icense o es ici es ra 'n corn an By Gosla Woznlacka

Douglas County this spring. Truck driver Darryl Ivy quit PORTLAND — The Ore- his job and went to a hospital gon Department of Agricul- complaining of blisters in his ture is seeking to revoke the mouth and a swollen airway. license of a company that He shot hundreds of phoconducts aerial p e sticide tos and video of the spraying, spraying on private timber- which were first released to lands, after the company dis- The Oregonian. regarded a previous license In addition to the license suspension. suspension from the DepartAccording to an order is- ment of Agriculture, Applesued this week, Applebee bee was also fined $8,850 Aviation's pesticide operator by the Oregon Occupationlicensewould be revoked for al Safety and Health Divione year. The company would sion, and another $14,100 by also be fined $40,000. the Oregon Department of Company owner Mike Ap- Transportation. plebee can still appeal the The l i c ense s u spension order. He didn't immediately from the Department of Agrireturn a call for comment. culture required Applebee to The Associated Press

he failed to submit the plan of corrections, and therefore his license remained suspended, Pokarney said. Despite the suspension, Applebee Aviation performed several aerial applications. According to court documents, Applebee told regulators his company continued spraying because he had a $3

Water rightS nOgctlltlcll —An Oregondevelopment authority

to stop a commercial pesticide operator from conducting application activities. It's not the first time the s tate has r evoked a c o m -

mercial pesticide operator's license. Earlier this year, Oregon regulators revoked for one year the spraying license of Pacific Air Research and he-

licopter pilot Steven Owen, The timber industry uses ae- after they found Owen had rial spraying to control weeds sprayed homes in C u r ry that would compete with new- County while applying herly planted tree seedlings. bicides on clear cuts in 2013. million contract to complete.

Earlier t hi s w e ek , s t ate Nearly two dozen residents regulators went to court and complained of illnesses due to

obtained a 10-day temporary restraining order to stop the company from spraying. They The state last month sus- submit a plan of corrections, also ordered another immedipended the company's license including new procedures and ate license suspension. over worker protection viola- employee training, before the State officials said they' re tions and fined it $1,100. The license could be reinstated. going back to Washington violations came to light after Department of A g r icul- County Circuit Court on Mona member of the spraying ture's Bruce Pokarney said day to ask the judge for a precrew said he had to regularly Applebee paid the original liminary injunction. Pokartake shelter from herbicides fine and allowed the state to ney said it's the first time the sprayed from a helicopter in inspect his equipment. But department has gone to court

being sprayed. As part o f

a s e t t lement

agreement,the state dropped the $20,000 fine levied against

is negotiating with the U.S.Armyover water rights at the former Umatilla Chemical Depot. Thenegotiations are the latest step in the process of transferring the land to local control. Columbia Development Authority executive director GregSmith says hewas expecting about half of the land's water capacity, the amount that wouldn' t interfere with the National Guard's water needs. But the Army's Base Realignment andClosure staff proposed giving the authority two wells, which amounts to about 25 percent. Smith says he told the Army that two wells would not make it worthwhile for the reuse authority to take over the land. Theboard also decided to request an easement from the Army to put in a pipeline. 9-mcnth-Old lOCated —Authorities have located a woman traveling with a 9-month-old girl in violation of a court order. Police responded to atip Friday afternoon and located 44-year-old Tonya Malarkey and the infant in Portland. Police took Malarkey into custody. Authorities say the babyweighing only 12 pounds was taken by ambulance to ahospital. Authorities didn't give information on the whereabouts of 61-year-old Robert Norton, who wasbelieved to be traveling with them.

Body in Willamette River —officials saythe bodyof a man has been found andrecovered from the Willamette River. TheMultnomah County Sheriff's Office received a report Friday afternoon aboutabodyseenbetweentheFremontandBroadway bridges in Portland. Members of the sheriff's office and fire department recovered the man's body. Hehas not beenidentified. Officials are investigating.


Woman allegedly tries to cotmother's throat —Policein

As for Ivy, the truck driver on Applebee's spraying crew, he's gone to see multiple doctors and continues to have health problems.

Springfield arrested a29-year-old womanaccused of trying to slice her mother's throat. Sgt. Keith Seanor says themother awokeFriday to find to her daughter holding a knife over her. Astruggle ensued, and the mother ended upbeing cut on the chin. Seanor says the daughter has adiagnosed mental illness, and the incident shows the importance of maintaining prescribed levels of medication. Shewas jailed on a charge of second-degreeassault.

"This whole deal has been a

nightmare," Ivy said.

City manager diSmiSSed — Acomplaint filed against Oregon

Police arrestmanaccusedin 4 1980skillings The Associated Press

court records did not list an

PORTLAND — P o r t land police cold-case detectives

"We' re most happy for the victims' families,

said Friday they' ve arrested definitely. Just to be able to give them that a 55-year-old man accused of killing four women who were working as prostitutes in the 1980s.

closure and be able to give them answers after 30 plus years of questions. It's a good day."

on his behalf. Jackson is a lifelong resident of northeast Portland.

Homer Lee Jackson faces

attorney who could comment

"He didn't seem like he was running from nobody, noth— Meredith Hopper, detective with the Portland Police Bureau's ing like that," Beverly Jones, Cold Case Homicide Unit who lives in the same apart-

multiple charges of aggravated murder in connection with the killings in 1983 and

plus years of questions. It's a


good day."

ment complex as J ackson, told KPTV.

Jackson is a ccused of killing Es sic Jackson, 23, "We' re most happy for the A uthorities s a i d the r e Tonja Harry, 19, and Angevictims' families, definitely," could be more victims, but la Anderson, 14, in 1983, as said Detective Meredith Hop- they don't have information well as 29-year-old Latanga per, a member of the Portland suggesting he was currently Watts in 1987. All four vicPolice Bureau's Cold Case committing murders, KPTV tims died from asphyxiation Homicide Unit, said in a news reported. from either strangulation or "We believehe may have drowning. conference. "Just to be able to give them aged out of this type of beJackson was scheduled that closure and be able to havior; we don't know that," to be arraigned Monday. He give them answers after 30 Hopper said. remained jailed Friday, and

"He always stayed to him-

self a lot. Sometimes we had

barbecues and he w o uld come down and speak and

The Associated Press WOO D VILLAGE — The

Grand Ronde tribal confederation has purchased a former greyhound racetrack in Wood Village, fueling new rumors about whether a casino will end up on the property. Tribal officials announced the purchase of the Multnomah Greyhound Park on Thursday, saying they bought the property to ensure that no competing casino will be built there, The Oregonian reports. The greyhound track closed in 2004 and the 31-acre site has

against those efforts. "I wouldn't say we would

was quoted as saying, "our priority at this time is to devel-

Fire Chief terminated —TheCannonBeachRural Fire Protection District has relieved its chief of his duties. Mike Balzer, 58, was informed of his termination Monday. District President Sharon Clyde says Balzer was let go due to apersonal matter, but she declined to provide further information. Assistant Fire Chief FrankSwedenborg will take over as interim chief, while the district and the Special Districts Association of Oregon start the search process for a permanent fire chief. Balzer couldn't be reachedfor comment. — From wire reports

stuff like t h at. Other t h an

that, he seemed like a good person," she said. H is cr iminal r e cord i n -

cludes criminal mischief and burglary convictions from the 1980s and early 2000s, as well as traffic violations.


Grand Rondetribal federtaion buys former dog track, fuelscasino rumors

City's top administrator, who wasdismissed from his position earlier this week, says the official made racially insensitive comments to two employeesandaccused them of lying after they reported the comments. TheOregon City Commission announced Tuesdaythat it would releaseDavid Frasher from the city manager position. Frasher had been onadministrative leave since August pending an investigation into the complaint. The complaint filed by Police Chief Jim Band says that in a conversation about a recent trip to Romania, Frasher told two policemen therewas little crime in the country because no black people lived there. Frasher claims hehad been recounting the statements of a taxi driver andwas not expressing his own views.

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that diversifies our investment

casino at the track, they would

and that he and other city offi-

holdings." could go in that direction if the Wood Village City Manag"face of gaming changes in er Bill Peterson said he spoke Oregon." with tribal officials about the If they were to try to open a site for the last several months face regulatory hurdles includ- cials believe a mixed-used deing a state policy that limits velopmentcouldbesuccessful. "We still do not know what

each tribe to one casino on reservation land. The Grand

the intended land-use purpos-

Ronde confederat ion operates

es are," he said.

Spirit Mountain Casino southwest of Portland.

The property was purchased for an undisclosed

"While we cannot rule price. Track owner Art McFadsince been eyed by developers as a private casino. The Con- anything out in terms of the den listed the racetrack earlier federated Tribes of the Grand future of gaming in Oregon," this year with an $11.2 million Ronde eff ectively campaigned tribal Chairman Reyn Leno asking price.

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Estate of Evergreen Aviation founder files lawsuit against hazelnutgrowers By Mateusz Perkowski Capital Press

price that was 35 cents above gent, who told Capital Press the rate established by the Hazelnut Growers Bargain-

she expects the dispute to be

SALEM — A c ooperative

of Oregon hazelnut farmers is accused of violating a pric-

tiates prices between farmers

tlement right now," Sargent

resolved soon. "This matter is pending seting Association, which nego-

and major processors. aviation and agricultural The initial field price was entrepreneur. set at $1.15 per pound in The estate of Delford 2013, resulting in a payment Smith, founder of the bank- of $1.50 to Smith, according rupt E vergreen A v iation to the lawsuit filed in Multand Evergreen Agricultural nomah County Circuit Court. Enterprises, filed a lawsuit However, favorable market against the Hazelnut Grow- conditions led to the price iners of Oregon cooperati ve creasing to $1.30 per pound seeking $150,000 in addition- in March 2014, which means al payments for hazelnuts de- Smith should have received livered in 2013. $1.65 per pound, according to The complaint a l leges the complaint. ing contract with a deceased

Smith, wh o

d i e d i n 2 0 14,

The cooperative's CEO, Jeff

said, declining to provide specifics about possible terms. Even if the controversy be-

tween the cooperative and Smith i s s t r aightened out, the lawsuit has nonetheless

raised questions about the cooperative's pricing deal with the entrepreneur.

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t h e Ha z e lnut

Growers Bargaining Association are prohibited from paying certain farmers a more favorable rate than the estab-

agreed to sell 1 m i l l ion Fox, said he could not discuss lished price, said Bruce Chappounds of hazelnuts to the the matter and referred ques- in, chairman of the Oregon cooperative at a per-pound tions to attorney Brandy Sar- Hazelnut Commission.



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and cooperate with ranchers. But it should not be proud of its efforts with ranchers and Congress on Steens Mountain. With the way Congress works, a member can seldom say:Iw rote this law. But with the Steens Act of 2000, U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, can say: I wrote this law. The act t ransformed Steens Mountain into a w ilderness-like area. President Bill Clinton considered designatingSteens as a national monument. Walden worked to come up with a compromise. The Steens Acthas environmental protections and allows cattle to graze. So in 2014, Walden was frustrated when the Bureau ofLand Management told cattle ranchers they had to pay to build fences to keep cattle out of the livestock-free zones. A rancher filed a lawsuit. Walden said the BLM was getting the law wrong. That was not the intent. The government was supposed to build the fences. The BLM insisted it was right. And what made matters more difficult was that the language about

Walden knew,though, what he had meant. He began to work the issue. He had his staff dig up the documents from the archive. H e met with th e BL M a n d ranchers in April 2014 in Burns. He told the BLM it was wrong. In July 2014, he got language incorporated into an appropriations bill explaining it was the BLM's job to build the fences. The BLM finally has gotten the message. Walden met with BLM officials again recently in Burns, and he told us the agency will build the fences. The BLM sent us the following: "While BLM still believes that the

language in Section 113(e)(2) is ambiguous, BLM also understands that the legislation was the product of unique and collaborative action resulting in a statutory framework that is itself both unique and collaborative. BLM believes that the views of the primary author of the Steens Act tip the scales in terms of how BLM should interpret the lan-

guage in Section 113(e)(2)." It took a year for the BLM to

fencing in Section 113(e)(2) was not take the author of the bill at his clear.

word. Good grief.

Avoid railroad shutdown

by passingnewresolution t sounded good back in 2008 when Congress approved the Rail Safety Improvement Act — require the nation's railroads to install something called Positive Train Control by the end of 2015, and make the country a safer place in the process. Problem is, no one — not the railroads, not the Government Accountability Office, not the Federal Railroad Administration — says the job can be completed by the end of this year. And unless the U.S. House of Representatives acts quickly to push the deadline back several years — the Senate already has done so — rail activity in the country is likely to slow dramatically or even stop. Had PTC been in place last May, the Amtrak accident in Philadelphia that killed eight people likely would not have occurred. PTC uses GPS, sends audible and visual information to train crews when there is danger ahead and warns the engineer to slow the train. If he or she failed to do so, the


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train's computers would have taken over and slowed it for him or her. Meanwhile, it's difficult to overestimate the impact a nationwide rail shutdown would have. The chemicals used in fertilizer could not be shipped, nor could those used in treating drinking water. Rail shipments of everything from automobiles to lumber would end, as would all Amtrak traffic outside the northeast corridor from Washington, D.C., to Boston. Burlington-Northern, the rail company that serves Central Oregon, has said it will end all service before year's end if a delay is not approved. All that would cost the nation about $30 billion in the first month, according to the American Chemistry Council. House Resolution 3651 would push the current deadline back to the end of 2018, as the Senate already has done. Though no vote has been scheduled, action on it seems likely. We hope so. A sidelined rail system is a Christmas present this country can do without.

T e r a se 'Wanna et?' u tst e utureont e i ne By Gina Barreca

a joke, either: It offered a challenge as profound and irrevocable as a knight don't gamble, but I make a lot of flinging down a gauntlet to engage bets. Last week, on the day of my the worthiest of his opponents in a 24th wedding anniversary, I lost a match. bet to my husband. It wasn't the prize, great or small, Our wager had nothing to do with that was of value; it was the sheer trithe relationship (neither of us would umph of getting it right that made the bet against the house) but with the conflict worth the price of entry. foliage: Michael declared the trees in Here are the kinds of things we our yard would not be nearly as vivid would bet on: Would Unde Nick as they were two dozen years ago. tell Unde Bill he took up the whole My husband watches the Weath- driveway with his lousy parking (5-1 er Channel and mows the lawn, so odds)? How long would it take Grandthat makes him an expert on dimate ma to say, "How come you' re not eatchange and privy to various subtle ing?" once the immediate family of environmental clues invisible to the 117 sat down for the weekly Sunday rest of us. He's originally from Union dinner (3-1 it'd happen in under three City, New Jersey. minutes)? Would Johnny's wife fiIn response to Michael's conviction nally get up when the other women concerning the exact hour maples started to clear the table or would she would turn red, my own deep-root- continue just to sit'? (High-stakes; reced connection to the Earth began to ommended for professionals only beemerge. Despite never going into na- cause the phrase "I bet she's the kind ture any further than the back deck, who' ll never pick up a plate" whisI nevertheless decided I am One With pered among the aunts was heavy The Seasons and knew better than with gravitas, as well as gravy) he did. I'm originally from Brooklyn, Is it a surprise, then, that as a small Hartford (Conn.) Courant


New York.

I find myself saying, "You' ll see. The yard will look exactly the way it did in our wedding pictures." He smiles and says, "Want to bet?" I smile and nod. And so it begins. I grew up hearing and saying,

about regulating impassivity), and I'd bet myself I could dean my room in 10 minutes, which at least got me started.

When the first boy I fell for in high school broke up with me, I bet a friend $20 — which was a hefty payoff in those days, given that I was making under $1 an hour to babysit — that I wouldn't pick up the phone

to call him no matter how desperate I became. It cost me $40 to realize I couldn' t

afford to be miserable. It was worth every dime. So why is it more satisfying to trap a speculation inside the cage of bet than simply to disagree, allow the question to go free-range and see what happens'? My bet is that it gives us a sense of control over our otherwise chaotic

lives. We pretend, even briefly, that we can predictand therefore control the future.

As a game, it enlivens ordinary moments by turning trivial incidents

child I started to make bets with

into competitions and transforms everyday experiences into ceremonial



I'd bet myself I could sneak down the staircase and watch TV without

M y husband and Ibeton each other and won; I bet on the color of the

being caught. If I lost, sure I'd g et pun- leaves and lost, but only a little. The ished, but if I won, I'd get to see Gene winner chose fish for dinner, which I Barry in "Burke's Law." It was worth happily cooked. "Wanna bet'?" so often I thought it a shot. It also taught me useful, if ruIt wasn't a gamble because I know was one word. dimentary, skills concerning stealth he's the kind who picks up a plate. It was a way the people in my fam- and regulated impassivity. — GinaBarreca isanEnglish professor I'd bet myself I wouldn't cry if ily and neighborhood indicated polite at the University of Connecticut yet informed disagreement. It wasn' t my parents argued (more lessons and a columnist for the Hart ford Courant.

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riends of mine have been raving about the documentary "Most


Likely to Succeed," and it's easy to see what the excitement is about.

The film is a bold indictment of the



projects built around a driving question. One group studied why civilizations rise and fall and then built a giant wooden model, with moving gears and gizmos, to illustrate the students'

entire K-12 educational system.

theory. Another group studied dis-

Greg Whitel ey's documentary argues the American school system is that can be done much more effectivultimately built on a Prussian model ely b computers. designedmore than 100yearsago.Its The better approach, the film armain activity is downloading content gues, is to take content off center stage into students' minds, with success or and to emphasize the relational skills failure measured by standardized future workers will actually need: be-

eases transmitted through blood and

tests. This lecture-and-textbook meth-

od leaves many children bored and listless. Worse, it is unsuited for the modern workplace. Information is now ubiqui-

tous. You can look up any fact on your phone. A computer can destroy Ken

Jennings, the world's best "Jeopardy!" contestant, at a game of information retrieval. Computers can write routine news stories and do routine le-

gal work. Our test-driven schools are training kids for exactly the rote tasks

made a film. The documentary is about relationships, not subject matter. In the school,

theses and be challenged in turn. You have to know what a neutron or a Finally after living with this sort of gene is, that the Civil War came before knowledge for years, exposing it to the the Progressive Era. Research shows rigors of reality, wisdom dawns. Wisstudents with a concrete level of core dom is a hard-earned intuitive awareknowledge are better at remembering ness of how things will flow. Wisdom advancedfactsand concepts later. is playful. The wise person loves to Second, there is pattern formation share and cajole and guide and won— linking facts together in meaning- der at what she doesn't know. ful ways. This can be done by a good The cathedrals of knowledge and lecturer, through dass discussion, wisdom are based on the foundations through unconscious processing or by of factual acquisition and cultural litgoing over and over a challenging text eracy. You can't overleap that, which until it dicks in your head. is what High Tech High is in danger of Third, there is mental reformation. doing. "Most Likely to Succeed" is inspirAt some point while studying a field, the student realizes she has learned ing because it reminds us new technola new language and way of seeingogy demands new schools. But somehow to think like a mathematician or a how relational skills have to be taught poet or physicist. alongside factual literacy. The stairAt this point, information has be- way from information to knowledge come knowledge. It is alive. It can be to wisdom has not changed. The rules manipulated and rearranged. At this have tobe learned before they can be point, a student has the mental content played with and broken. First, there is basic factual acquisition.

too,teacherscoverabouthalfasmuch content as in a regular school. Long st.tches of history and other subject ing able to motivate, collaborate, per- curriculums are effectively skipped. severe and navigate through a com- Students do not develop conventional plex buffe of freelance gigs. study habits. Whiteley highlights one school he The big question is whether such believes is training students well. This a shift from content to life skills is is High Tech High, a celebrated school the proper response to a high-tech in San Diego started by San Diego economy. business and tech leaders. This school Ultimately, what matters is n ot takes an old idea, project-based learn- only how well you can collaborate in ing, and updates it in tech clothing. groups, but the quality of the mind you There are no textbooks, no bells bring to the group. marking the end of one period or start If we want to produce wise people, and architecture to innovate, to come of the next. Students are given group what are the stages that produce it? up with new theses, challenge others'

— David Brooks is a columnist for The New York Times.



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Continued from 61 "No nation is going to reach higher education rather than its pinnacle of potential if its assist students in paying it, students don't think there' s Merkley said it's difficulta path for them to thrive and running a college or universipursue their dreams," he said. ty is costly, and state support Merkley told the roughly for public i nstitutions has 50 students in a t tendance been declining for several that students in G e rmany years. pay an average of 5 percent M erkley said that at t he of their family's income for a federal level, it's a matter of year of college, while in the choices. The government is United States, it's closer to 50 on track to spend $1 trillion percent of the average family over the next decade upgradincome.The debts carried by ing nuclear weapons syscurrentand recent students tems, he said, money he bemake it difficult for them to

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protected." — Laura Cali, Oregon insurance commissioner

2016 without a clear understanding of when and if this

since folded or announced plans to do so, including Health Republic. pending on the risk program Health Republic received to offset the collective $127 roughly $60 million in startup million in losses they expe- and solvency loans from the rienced in 2014, the result federal government. of underestimating the cost Despite the co-ops' strugof claims they would be re- gles nationwide, Bonder said quired to pay that year. This she still thinks their creation year's losses are expected to was a great idea. She thinks they' re simply facing the be similar. For its part, Health Repub- same struggles all carriers lic paid more than double in are with the risk corridors claims than it took in from program. "We' re all just collateral premiums. As a result, the carrier was set to increase damage to a broken political the cost of its individual pol- system," she said. "If we had iciesby an average of nearly the capacity to go to Con38 percent. Enrollees would gress, lay it all out and say, have seen hikes between 33.2 'Hey, here's what's workpercent and 46.9 percent. ing and w hat's not w o rkHealth Republic is one of ing. Here's what needs to be two Consumer Operated and tweaked.' ... We just don' t Oriented Plans in Oregon. have a functioning legisla-

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$20 million capital hole," she said. "We did not believe it would be responsible or ethical of us to move forward in

have not received any indication that we can rely on that

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enced by discussions he's had with current college students who are c oncerned about their ability to r epay their

debts. He said he's "delighted" to see the leading candidates for his party's presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton and

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Canadianenvoyhid Americansduring hostagecrisis By Rob Gillies The Associated Press

TORONTO — Ken Taylor,

Canada's ambassador to Iran who sheltered Americans at his residence during the 1979 hostage crisis, has died. He was 81. T aylor's w i fe ,

P at , s a i d

Ken died Thursday after a two-month battle with colon cancer.

Taylor kept the Americans hidden at his residence and at the home of his deputy, John Sheardown, in Tehran for three months. Taylor facilitated their escape by arranging plane tickets and persuading the Ottawa government to issue fake passports.

He was heralded as a hero in both the United States and operation.

Peter Bregg /The Canadian Press via The Associated Press

Ken Taylor, the Canadian ambassador to Iran, briefs a reporter in 1980 in Tehran, Iran, on the current

Some of Taylor's exploits conditions in the country oneweek before leaving Iran with six Americans. Taylor, who kept the Amerin Iran in 1979 later became icans hidden at his residence during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, died Thursday at 81.

byterian hospital where he was being treated. She said Taylor, born in 1934 in Calgary, has a legacy of generosity. "He did all sorts of things for everyone without any expectation of something coming back," she told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. "It's why that incident in

Iran happened," she said. " There w a s no sec o n d thought about it. He just went

ahead and did it. His legacy is that giving is what is important, not receiving. With

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payments exceed their costs

Robert White, 92: Meteorol- the subject of the 2012 Hollyogist who served under five wood film, "Argo." But Taylor U.S. presidents as the nation's and others, including thentop weatherman, oversee- U.S. President Jimmy Carter, ing the launch of pioneering felt the film downplayed his weather satellites and sound- role and that of Canada in the ing early warnings about cli- operation. mate change.Died WednesTaylor's wife of more than day at his home in Chevy 50 years said he was diagChase, Maryland. nosed with cancer in August — Fromwire reports and that friends from Canada, the U.S. and elsewhere

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Canada for helping save the Americans in the clandestine

Richard Heck, 84: Shared

college. He said the Afford

Gary Lee Bragg,of

Catholic faith through this organization. Jane will be remembered by her f amily an d f r i ends for her quiet and kind naSept. 28, 1935- Oct. 10, 2015 ture, her loyalty, and most J ane M u r p h y M cCo r - i mportantly h er str o n g mick was born on Septem- f aith. S h e w a s a s k i l l e d ber 28, 1935. Shortly after baker, meticulously tended h er e i g h t i et h b i r t h d a y , her rose g a rden, b ecame J ane passed away on O c an avid tennis player, was tober 10, 2015, at her home a tenacious walker, a v o i n C r o s swater, O r e g o n . racious reader, and l o v ed Jane was born and r a ised animals and ice cream. by her I r is h p a r ents, Leo J ane is survived b y h e r a nd Dade Murphy, i n t h e h usband, J i m ; h e r ch i l Catholic f ai t h i n L a dren, Michael (wife Kim), Crosse, Wisconsin. She at- Mathew (wife C a r o l), t ended Ca t h o li c g r ad e J ames (wife E sther), an d school and high school in Molly (husband Andrew); La Crosse and c o n tinued six grandchildren, Conner, her Catholic education at M olly, L auren, Owen, Ri Manhattanville College of ley, and Lucy; one brother, t he Sacred Heart i n P u r - P circe; cousins S u e a n d chase, New York. Nora; sisters-in-law H elen J ane ma r r i e d Jame s a nd Judy; an d J i m ' s e x P atrick McCormick o n t ended family, as w el l a s August 27, 1960. Together many beloved friends. She t hey h a d f o u r chi l d r e n was preceded in death by whom th e y r ai s e d i n her parents and two brothM odesto, Cali f or n i a . ers, Terrance and Jack. While raising her children, V iewing w i l l t a k e p l a c e Jane comp l e te d her from 4 : 0 0 -7:00 P M on master's degree in e duca- Monday, October 19, 2015, tion. a t H ol y T r i n i t y C a t h o l ic Jane w as ab l e t o Church, l ocated a t 1 8 143 co-mingle her l ove of s c iC ottonwood R d i n Su n ence and faith by teaching river. The Funeral Mass of science at S t . S t a n i slaus t he Resurrection w i l l b e Catholic Scho o l f or celebrated at 9:30 AM on t wenty-one y e ars . A fte r Tuesday, October 20, 2015, h er r e t i r ement, s h e w a s a t H ol y T r i n i t y C a t h o l ic regularly approached by Church. Burial service will h er f o r me r s t u dents a n d be private. their parents wh o s h ar ed Memorial co n t r i b utions t heir g r a t i t ud e f o r her i n J ane's n a m e m a y b e ears of service in Catho- made to: T h e E q u estrian ic education. Order of t h e H o l y S e pulIn their r etirement, Jane cher, c/o Mary Ann Moliand Jim m o ved t o C r o ss- tor, 307 E Northern Lights w ater. T h e y b e c ame i n - Blvd, Ste. 202, Anchorage, v olved in th ei r n ew A K 9 9 503; H o l y Tr i n i t y c hurch, Ho ly Tr i n it y Care & Sh are, 18160 CotCatholic C h u r ch . Jane t onwood R d ¹ 76 3 , S u n served a s a Eu c h a r i stic r iver, O R 97 7 0 7 ; F r a n Minister, t a ught r e l i gious c iscans of th e W o r l d , c / o education to teens in Holy Mario DiCicco O.F.M., 110 Redeemer Parish, and volW M a dison S t., C h i cago, unteered at Care % Share IL 60602. as well as th e Re d C r o ss Baird Funeral Homes is Blood Drives. in charge of the funeral arS he and Ji m j o i ned t h e rangements. P l e ase v i sit Equestrian O r de r o f t he our web site, Holy Sepulcher of Jerusa- www.bairdfh.corn, to share lem in 1 9 99, an d g r e atly c ondolences and sign t h e enjoyed deepening their online guestbook.

the 2010 Nobel Prize in chem-

"We' ve been so intent on

being the world's military superpower, why not be the super education power'?" he said. "Our long-term future really depends on it." Merkley frequently r eturned to a proposal he' s been shopping around Congress, the Afford Act. The legislation would cap the rate

for a later date.

Jane Murphy

Deaths of note from around the world:



The six U.S. diplomats had managed to slip away when their embassy was overrun

in 1979. They spent five days

on the move, then took refuge

at the Canadian Embassy for the next three months. The CIA c o nsulted with

Canadian officials on how to organize a rescue, and Canada gave permission for the diplomats to be issued fake Canadian passports. Former U.S. President Ron-

ald Reagan paid tribute to Taylor at the White House.

his valor and ingenuity in harboring six American cit-

in 2012. The original postscript of the movie said Tay-

izens trapped in Iran in the

lor received 112 citations and

aftermath of the seizure of the American Embassy in

awards for his work in freeing the hostages and suggest-

Tehran on Nov. 4, 1979, and,

ed Taylor didn't deserve them

ultimately, in securing their safe return," Heyman said in

because the movie ends with the CIA deciding to let Canada have the credit for helping the Americans escape.

a statement. Canadian Prime Minister

Stephen Harper said he was sad to learn of the news.

"As Canada's Ambassador consul general in New York to Iran during the Iranian and received a key to the city. Revolution, Taylor valiantly Even earlier this year, he re- risked his own life by shieldceived a standing ovation at ing a group of American dipa New York Rangers hockey lomats from capture," Harper game. said. "Ken Taylor represented Tributes poured in for Tay- the very best that Canada's lor on Thursday. foreignservicehasto offer." "Ambassador Taylor's acJoe Clark, Canada's prime tions during the Iran hostage minister in 1979, called Taycrisis were unquestionably lor a Canadian hero and a heroic," said Peter Boogaard, valued friend. a White House National SeAlthough Taylor's actions curity Council spokesman. were made famous again U.S. Ambassador Bruce in the movie "Argo," which Heyman called Taylor's ac- won the 2013 Oscar for best tions courageous. picture, Taylor said it made " Ambassador Tayl o r Canada look like a meek obearned the enduring grati- server to CIA heroics. Friends tude of the United Statesof Taylor were outraged when and was awarded the Con- "Argo" debuted at the Torongressional Gold Medal — for to International Film Festival He was appointed Canada's

In 2013, Taylor's story was told again at the Toronto International F i l m Fe s t ival,

which debutedthe documentary, "Our Man in Tehran."

Taylor is also survived by his son, Douglas, and two grandchildren. There are tentative plans for a funeral in Toronto on Oct. 27.

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Federalappealsjudges hearchallenge to Washingtonfish-passageruling By Gene Johnson The Associated Press

SEATTLE — In a case that

ington and Native American tribes over fishing rights since a federal court decision guaranteed the tribes the right

could have implications for dams and development in the to half of Northwest salmon Northwest, federal appeals

harvest. Washington's tribes,

happen when culverts block the salmon from spawning. In 2007, U.S. District Judge

Ricardo S. Martinez agreed, and in an order years later, he demanded that the state re-

judges heard arguments Fri- backed by the U.S. Justice place hundreds of culverts. day about whether Washing- Department, sued the state in The state agrees that reton state should have to spend

2001, trying to force the state

PlaCing the Old CulVertS iS

billions of dollars to replace to replace the culverts with large pipes that allow streams bridges or other structures

one important part of restor-

to pass under roadways — but

that is has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to fix fish

which also block salmon from migrating upstream to their spawning grounds.

that better allow fish to pass.

The crux of their argument

ing salmon runs and notes

is that b ased on m i d-19th habitat. century treaties, they don' t The tribes do not have a The lawsuit is t h e l atest just have a right to fish, but treaty right to habitat restotwist in more than 40 years for there to be fish to catch ration, Solicitor General Noah of litigation between Washsomething that d o esn' t Purcell said.


of a mate — in May 2011. Four months later, in September

Continued from B1

2011, OR-7 dispersed. That

Continued from B1 The number of rentals in

mitS irt 2007, and eight were

granted during that time. I mplementing th e n e w rules, Williams said, "has been a very smooth process."

owner could lose his license.

which came into existence in 2014.

icies at a Nov. 18 meeting.

The city began issuing per-

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a concern should first contact the owner before going to the city. If valid complaints are lodged, Williams said, an

the city skyrocketed as a task force began considering Licenses need to be renewed tougher rules, with about 230 every year for $200, and the applications being filed so far city says it will mail owners irt 2015. BefOre that time, there three reminders to reapply. were only about 450 rentals in For those who find a nearthe entire city, roughly 230 of by rental to be a nuisance, the city has a website with contact information. Williams said those with

What are you and your business doing to prepare?

CrOOk artd DeSChuteS COun-

ties in 2011 before becoming the first wolf in nearly 90 Last week, the state De- fall, scientists estimated OR-3 years in California. He repartment of Fish and Wildlife was 3 years old and OR-7 was turned to Oregon in 2013 and confirmed the photo was OR- 2 years old, making the broth- now has a mate. This year he 3, and Sneak Cat, a blog about ers7and6now. fathered his second litter Of w ildlife, f i rst r e ported t h e While OR-7 wears a GPS pups in the Rogue Pack, his news Thursday. collar that can be tracked by family, which roams a terriCaptured and collared by satellite, OR-3 has a VHF ra- tory in the Rogue River-Sisstatewolf researchers in Feb- dio collar, according to Den- kiyou National Forest. While ruary 2010, OR-3 was last nehy's email. "Unlike GPS OR-7 has apparently given located in September 2011 in collars, which automatically up wandering and settled in the Ochocos near Prineville. provide locations to a com- the Southern Oregon CasScientists figured he might puter, VHF collars require cades, what OR-3 is doing is a have died after not tracking wildlife biologists to locate the mystery. "Little is known about the him since. collar with special telemetry Like OR-7, who earned equipment in the field," she current status of (OR-3), but fame by wandering thou- wrote. wildlife biologists will attempt sands of miles through OreResearchers believe OR-3's to gather more information," gon and Northern California, collar is no longer sending a Dennehy wrote in her email. OR-3 was originally from the signal, with the battery likely The Associated Press conImnaha Pack in northeast Or- out of power. tributed to this report. egon. He dispersed — or set During his l ong w a lk, — Reporter: 541-617-7812, out alone, possibly in search OR-7 passed through parts of ddarling@bend bulletin.corn


The Cascadia earthquake is coming.


7ypically, the city f ields about one complaint a week,

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SPORTS DFS trade group issued subpoena A federal grand jury has issued asubpoena to the leading trade group for fantasy sports as part of an investigation into the practices and legality of the booming, unregulated daily fantasy sports industry, according to two people involved in the industry. The grand jury investigation is being conducted under the auspices of the U.S.attorney's office in Tampa, Florida, which declined to comment. Thegroup, the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, which lobbies on behalf of leading sites such asDraftKings and FanDuel, wasthe target of the subpoena, but a spokeswomandeclined to discuss it. The scope of the investigation remained unclear, as did whether it was connected to interviews that FBIagents have beenconducting — according to people contacted by themwith competitors at daily fantasy sites. The subpoenarequested, amongother materials, copies of the minutes from the organization's board meetings, according to the two people, who spokeon condition of anonymity because theywerenot authorized to discuss the case publicly. The trade association says it represents 300 members, and its board includes the chief executives of DraftKings, Jason Robins, and FanDuel, Nigel Eccles, as well as executives from investors and participants in the industry such as CBS Sports Digital, Yahoo,Gannett and ESPN. The NewYork attorney general's office last week announced aninquiry into the sites. The illinois Gaming Board said Friday that it believed the daily fantasy sports sites were illegal and that it would askthe state's attorney general, Lisa Madigan, for an opinion next week. On Thursday, Nevada regulators ruled that daily fantasy sports should be considered gambling and ordered themto stop operating in the state until the companies and their employees received state gambling licenses. — New YorkTimes News Service

MLB Royals blank Blue Jays

Intermountain Intermountain Nonconference Sky-Em Tri-Valley SUMMIT ........ ...59 R EDMOND............50 L IBERTY............ 45 SISTERS .............. 34 MOLALLA..... RIDGEVIEW .... .....7 MOUNTAINVIEW....27 BEND............. ... 21 JUNCTION CITY...... 10 MADRAS ..... Nonconference

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have not beaten a Pac12 opponent in Martin

Stadium since November 2013. They lost at home to FCS Portland State in this


year's season opener. They are much more dangerous on the road, having already won at Rutgers and Oregon this year.


"I don't know what the situation is with us play-

ing really, really well on the road, rather than at home," wide receiver Gabe Marks said. "But I'd like to

change that because we do play at home sometimes."

Washington State (3-2 overall, 1-1 Pac-12) is 2-1 on the road, their lone loss

away from home coming by a touchdown at No. 23 California. Their lone

home win was a struggle against hapless Wyoming. Oregon State (2-3, 0-2) has its own woes, losing 44-7 at Arizona last weekend.




Next up

Photos by JarodOpperman/ rhe Bulletin

Summit's Jacob Thompson brings down Ridgeview quarterback Brett Blundell on Friday night in Redmond. The Storm won 59-7 to clinch a share of the Intermountain Conference title.

Win the turnover battle, win the game?Forthe Seattle Seahawks, it has been the exact opposite. Also, NFL notebook and Week 6 previews.CS


ByGrant Lucas

it inside. We knew it was

The Bulletin


REDMOND — Joe Padilla was not completely satisfied with his Summit football

And it came in bunches in the third quarter.

squad on Friday night.

time lead, Summit, which

After building a 24-0 halfboasted the top-scoring defense in 5A heading into Friday's game, scored less

The Storm played "flat,"

the Storm coach said, and did not execute as well as maybe they should have. That should say something, considering Summit piled up 323 yards of offense, had three defensive touchdowns and recorded arguably the program's most significant win in its 15-year history. Because at Ridgeview

than two minutes into the

Summit's Sean Kent runs through the Ridgeview defense. Kent had just two touches — a 69-yard TD run and a 14-yard TD catch.


• Top 25 roundup,C6 • Pac-12 this weekend, C6

going for 12 straight vs. Huskies By Tim Booth

Ridgeview fumbled a handoff and Thompson collected the

The Associated Press

loose ball before returning it than two minutes later, after the Ravens' Logan Green

to a point where an entire generation might know onlyabout Oregon dominating Washington.

scored on a 77-yard run, Ruhl again broke free for a

have reigned supreme over

26-yard touchdown sprint to

than their best, dominated the Ravens for a 59-7 Inter-

"We all realized that if we

mountain Conference win,

won that game, we at least

securing at least a share of Summit's first league title.

got a share of it," said Storm

linebacker Jacob Thompson,


who recovered and returned two fumbles for touchdowns. "We don't really talk about it that much. But we all knew

give the Storm (3-0 IMC, 6-1 overall) a commanding 45-7 advantage. SeeStorm /C4

Inside • Panthers beat Cougars in IMC play. Prep football roundup,C4

Followalong withthe , I nSi d e action every Friday night : :• Cowgirls win TVC. on Twitter:OBBulletinsports : : Preproundup,C4

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SEATTLE — It is getting

For 11 years the Ducks their interstate rivals to the north, creating a wound

that has continually eaten at the Huskies and their supporters. It is a point of

pride for the Ducks; a portion of history the Huskies would rather forget.

And the only remedy for Washington would be a victory to finally end the

longest winning streak for either side in the 112-year history of the series. With that as the back-


Big DramaShow:Golovkin eyesbreakout bout den, he will knock out David



Ruhl 1-yard rush. Soon after,

62 yards for a score. And less

ranked Storm, even at less

according to plan for Gennady Golovkin tonight at Madison Square Gar-

N o. 21 Boise St. 2 6

AM; KRCO 690-AM, 96.9-FM

second half on a Dawson

important to find out who is

EW YORK — If all goes

Utah St.

Oregon St. at Washington St. When:1p.m. today TV:Pac-12 Radio:KICE940-

• No. 4 Summiclt inchesshareof conferencecrown with big win over Ridgeview

more photos from Friday night' s O © See game on TheBulletin's website:

Seahawks buck turnover trend


Washington State is coming off a big upset victory at Oregon, but it now faces the tricky task of playing at home against Oregon State today. The Cougars have had no home-field advantage the past few years. They



Beavers look to turn things around in the Palouse By Nicholas K. Geranios

High, the Class 5A fourth-

Edinson Volquezcombines with three relievers on a three-hitter and Salvador Perezhits a home run asKansas City wins Game 1of the

Mountain Valley



Lemieux, become a star payper-view draw, and get a lot of

the best in the middleweight division.

Many already think the baby-faced puncher from Kazakhstan is that fighter, despite a relative lack of big-name

people a lot more interested in

most feared fighter in the

opponents on his dance card.

boxing again. Just another Big Drama Show, starring arguably the

game. "This is a big deal for us," Golovkin said. "It's very

Golovkin, 33, has stopped his last 20 opponents within the

distance and has never been

beaten as a pro. He has done it with both

drop, the suddenly floundering Ducks come to Seattle and face Washington tonight in what is poten-

tially the best opportunity in recent seasons for the Huskies to put an end to the streak.

punishing power and a hybrid Eastern European/Mexican

style that appeals to casual fans. Listen very long to Triple G, as he is known, and you will almost surely hear one of a string of catchphrases in one of the four languages he speaks. SeeGolovkin/C6

See Ducks /C6

Next up Oregon at Washington When:7:30 p.m. TV:ESPN2 Radio:KBND 1110-AM



ON DECK Today Boys soccer: Riversideat Culver,1p.m. Volleyball:CrookCountyat West LinnTournament, TBD;CulveratIrrigon Tournament, U30p.m.;Paisley atCentralChristian, 2:30p.m.; Trinity Lutheran at NorthLake,2 p.m. Girlswaterpolo:Redmondat MountainView,630p.m. Boys waferpolo: RedmondatMountain View,760p.m.

FOOTBALL College AH TimesPDT PAC-12 North

Conference Overall Stanford California Washington St Washington Oregon Oregon St.

Utah ArizonaSt. UCLA Arizona SouthernCal Colorado

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Today'sGames Oregon St. atWashington St., 1p.m. Southern CalatNotre Dame, 4:30p.m Arizona at Colorado, 6p.m. ArizonaSt.atUtah,7p.m. Oregon atWashington, 7:30 p.m.

Friday'sGames BYU38,Cincinnati 24 Houston 42, Tulane7 UtahSt. 52,BoiseSt.26 FresnoSt.31, UNLV28






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COLTS — PATRIOTS: OUT:CBTareff Brown(foot). QUEST IONABLE: DETrey Flowers(knee,shoulder), LB Dont'a Hightower(ribs), RB Dion Lewis (abdomen). COLTS: QUESTIONABLE: LBJerregFreeman(groin), L6 NateIrving(knee),QBAndrewLuck (right shoulder). PRO BABLE:LBTrent Cole (back), WRTY. Hilton (groin), LBBjoernWerner(hamstring), DEBilly Winn

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JETS — REDSKINS:OUT:CBChrisGulliver (knee), C6 DeAn geloHall (toe), CKory Lichtensteiger (shoulder, finger,neck),TEJordanReed(concussion), TTrent Williams (neck,concussion). QUE STIONABLE: WR DeSeanJackson (hamstring), RB Matt Jones(toe), DE Stephen Paea (back), WRAndre Roberts (quadriceps).PRO BABLE: CB Bashaud Breeland(shoulder), WR PierreGarcon(knee), DEKedric Golston (hand), CJoshLeR ibeus(calf), G Spencer Long(knee), LB PerryRileyJr. (calf), RBChris Thompson (shoulder). JETS:DOU BTFUL: S JaiquawnJarrett (knee),WR ChrisOwusu(knee), CBMarcusWilliams(hamstring). QUEST IONABLE: GWillie Colon(knee), LBDavidHarris (quadriceps),RBBilal Poweg (groin). PROBABLE: S DionBailey(elbow),LBQuinton Copies (elbow), CB AntonioCromartie (groin), TEJeff Cumberland (concussion),WREric Decker (knee), RBChris Ivory (quadriceps), LBJamari Lattimore(concussion), S CalvinPryor(knee),CBDarrin Walls (hamstring), DE Muhammad Wilkerson (ribs), DELeonard Wiliams (ankle). ARIZONA CARDINALS atPITTSBURGH STEELERS — CARDINALS:OUT: LBAlex Okafor (calf). QUE STIONABLE:GMikelupati (back),SRashad Johnson(hip, thigh), LB LaM arr Woodley (chest). PRO6AB LE:CBJustin Bethel (foot), WRJohn Brown hamstring), TE DarrenFels (hip), STonyJefferson neck), S TyrannMathieu (heel), WRJ.J. Nelson (shoulder), T JaredVeldheer (ribs). STEE LERS: OUT: SWill Allen(ankle),QBBenRoethlisberger(knee), LB RyanShazier (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: CBCortez Allen (knee),LBJarvis Jones(hip). PROBABLE: LB James Harrison (igness), GDougLegursky(back). KANSASCITY CHIEFSat MINNESOTA VIKINGS —CHIEFS:OUT: LBJosh Mauga (groin, Achilles), DTDontari Poe(ankle). QUE STIONABLE: LB Tamba Hali (knee). PROBABLE: CBJamell Fleming (elbow),TETravis Kelce (groin, neck),TEJames O'Shaughn essy (hand), TE Brian Parker (finger). VIKINGS: OUT; DEJustin Trattou (foot). QUE STIONABLE:WRCharles Johnson(rib), S AndrewSendejo (knee).PROBABLE:TERhett Edison (knee), CBJabari Price (shoulder),WRMike Wallace(knee), WRJarius Wriqht(hand). CINCINNATIBENGALS at BUFFALO BILLS — BENGALS: QUESTIONABLE:CBLeonHall(back). PROBABLE: CBAdamJones(groin),WRMarvinJones

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MLB playoffs

NASCAR Sprint Cup


Kansas lineup After Fridayqualifying; raceSunday atKansas Speedway,KansasCity, Kan. Lap length:1.5miles (Car num berin parentheses) 1. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford,195.503mph. 2. (tg) CarlEdwards,Toyota, t95.454. 3. (IB)KyleBusch,Toyota, t94.826. 4. (4) KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,194.756. 5. (11 Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 194.735. 6. (24 JeffGordon, Chevrolet,194.623. 7. (78 MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet, t94.37. 8. 21 RyanBlaney,Ford, 194.363, 9. (4)) KurtBusch,Chevrolet, I94.336. tg. (3t) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet,194.301.


(Best-of-7;x-if necessary) Friday'sGame City5,Toronto 0,KansasCity leadsseries 1-0 WR Brandon Tate (igness), GKevin Zeitler (elbow). Kansas T oday'sGames BILLS: OUT:WRMarcusEasley(shoulder),RBKarlos Williams (concussion).QUE STIONABLE: WRPercy Toronto(PricetB-5) at Kansas City (Ventura 13-6), UDTp.m. Harvin (hip), QBTyrodTaylor (knee),WRSammy Watkins(calf). PRO BABLE: CB RonBrooks (thumb), ChicagoDubs(Lester tt-t2) at N.Y. Mets(Harvey 13-6), 5:07p.m. TE CharlesClay(calf), DTMarcell Dareus(hip), T Sunday'sGame CordyGlenn(ankle), WRChris Hogan(hamstring), LB Randeff Johnson(hand),TCyrusKouandjio(knee),R6 ChicagoDubs(Arrieta 22-6)at N.Y.Mets, 5:07 p.m. Monday'sGame LeSean McCoy (hamstring), GJohn Miler (groin), S Kansas City (Cueto1I-16) at Toronto(Stroman4-0), BacarriRambo(quadriceps). 5:07 p.m. CHICAGO BEARSat DETROIT LIONSBEARS:DOU BTFUL: DT EgoFerguson (knee), LB Tues day'sG ames CityatToronto(D>ckey11-t 1),1:07 p.m. SheaMcClegin(knee),CBTerranceMitchell (ham- Kansas N .Y. Me t s a t C h i c a g o Cu b s , 5 : 0 7p.m. string), S AntrelRolle (ankle).QUESTIONA6LE: WR Wednesday'sGames JoshuaBellamy(groin), TEMartelus Bennett (quad- x-KansasCityat Toronto,1:07 p.m. riceps), TJermonBushrod (shoulder), WRAlshon N.Y. MetsatChicagoDubs,5:07p.m. Jeffery(hamstring), LBPernell McPhee(shoulder), G Thursday'sGame PatrickOmameh (ankle), DTJeremiah Ratliff (ankle), .MetsatChicagoCubs,5:07p.m. WREddieRoyal (ankle), DTWil Sutton(elbow). LI- x-N.Y Friday,Oct.23 ONS:OUT:TEEric Ebron(knee), LBDeAndre Levy x-Toronto at KansasCity, 5:07p.m. (hip), DT Haloti Ngata(caff). QUE STIONABLE: RB Saturday, Oct.24 JoiqueBell (ankle), SJames Ihedigbo (quadriceps), x-Chi cagoCubsatN.Y.Mets,I:07or5:07p.m. RBTheoRiddick(groin).PROBABLE:DEJasonJones x-Toronto at K a nsa s C ity, 5:07 p.m. (knee), CB Darius Slay(hip), DEDarryl Tapp(ankle), Sunday,Oct.25 WR Golden Tate (hip), T LaAdrian Waddle (knee), G x-Chi cagoDubsatN.Y.Mets,5:07p.m. LarryWarford(ankle).

(foot), CB DreK irkpatrick(hip),TAndreSmith(elbow),



11.20Matt Kenseth,Toyota, 194.161.


12. 16 GregBiffle, Ford,193.86t. 13.(27Paul Menard,Chevrolet,194.056.

t4. 22)JoeyLogano,Ford,194.035. t5. (68)DaleEarnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,194. t6. (33)BrianScott, Chevrolet,193.993. 17.14) TonyStewart, Chevrolet, 193.833. 18. 17) Ricky StenhouseJr., Ford,193.743. 19. 6) Trevor Bayne, Ford,193.yt5. 20. 42)KyleLarson, Chevrolet, 193.486. 2t. (48)JimmieJohnson,Chevrolet,193.34. 22. (55)DavidRagan,Toyota,193.3t3. 23. 43) AricAlmirola, Ford,193.036. 24. 5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, I93.036. 25. 3) AustinDilon, Chevrolet, 192.342. 26. 15)ClintBowyer,Toyota,191.795. 27. (47)AJAgmendinger, Chevrolet,191.714. 26. (1)JamieMcMurray, Chevrolet,191.707. 29. 10) DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet, t91.435. 30. 51) JustinAllgaier,Chevrolet, t90.995. 3t. 9) Sam Homish Jr., Ford,190.766. 32. 7) AlexBowman, Chevrolet, t90.59. 33. (38)DavidGililand, Ford,190.04. 34. (63)MattDiBenedeto, Toyota, t69.527. 35.34Brett Moffitt, Ford,189.487. 36.(26)J.J.Yeley,Toyota,189.321. 37.(46MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 38. 13)Casey Mears, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 39. (35)ColeWhitt, Ford,Owner Points. 40. (23)JebBurton, Toyota, Owner Points. 41. (40)LandonCassil, Chevrolet,Owner Points. 42.98ReedSorenson,Ford,Owner Points. 43.(32)Will KimmelFord, , Owner Points. Failed toqualify 44. (62)TimmyHil, Chevrolet,t65.2tt.

— BRONC OS; OU T: TTy Sambrailo (shoulder), LB DeMarcu s Ware (back).QUESTIONABLE:G Evan Mathis (hamstring), CBAqib Talib (ankle),WRDe- RoyalS 5,BlueJayS0 maryi suThomas(neck),RBJuwanThompson(hamstring).PROBABLE: DEKennyAnunike(knee), SOmar Toronto KansasCity Bolden(foot), TEOwen Daniels (not injury related), ab r h bi ab r hbi WRBennie Fowler (hamstring), TRyan Harris (knee), Reverelf 4 0 0 0 AEscorss 3 2 2 t WR CodyLatimer (groin), QBPeyton Manning (not Dnldsn 3b 3 0 1 0 Zobrist 2b 4 1 1 0 Air Force PK COLOR ADOST injury related), GLouis Vasquez(not injury related). B autistrf 1 0 0 0 L.Caincf 4 0 1 1 Alabama 4H 4 5 3H TEXAS A&M BROWNS: OUT: STashaun Gipson (ankle), CBJoe Encrncdh 3 0 0 0 Hosmertb 4 0 I I 7 4 6'/~ LSU 6 Florida Haden(concussion, finger), LBCraig Robertson (an- Smoak ph-dh I 0 0 0 KMorls dh 3 0 t t MINNES OTA PK ZH 4BH Nebraska kle). QUE STIONABLE: DEDesmond Bryant (shoulder), Colaetff b 4 0 1 0 Mostks3b 4 0 0 0 t5 46'/~ GEOR GIA t6 Missouri RB IsaiaC hroweg(toe), LBKarlos Dansby (ankle), RB T lwtzkss 4 0 0 0 S.Perezc 3 I 1 1 Oklahoma 4H 4 5 41/2 KANSAS ST Shaun Draughn(back),WRMarionMoore(hamstring), D Navrrc 4 0 0 0 AGordnlf 3 I I 0 GA TECH 2'/~ Pittsburgh RB RobertTurbin (ankle). PROBABLE: WRBrian HartP illarcf 3 0 0 0 Riosrf 3 0 0 0 MIAMI-FLA 6 3H BIN Va Tech line (thigh),QBJohnnyManziel (right elbow),QBJosh Goins2b 3 0 1 0 Orlandrf 0 0 0 0 MICHIGAN 6'Iz 7 4 1'/~ MichiganSt McCown T otals 3 0 0 3 0 Totals S t 5 6 5 (ankle), TMitchell Schwartz (thumb). BAYLOR 20 2 t 7 7 WVirginia OOO OOO OOO — 0 HOUSTONTEXANS atJACKSONVILLEJAG- Toronto INDIANA 6'/z 6 6 3H Rutgers UARS — TEXA City 00 2 100 02x— 5 NS: OUT: LBJadeveon Clowney Kansas E—Donaldson(1), Moustakas(1).DP—TorontoL T ROY 1 3 ' / ~)3'/p BIN Idaho (ankle), S Quintin Demps(hamstring), WR Nate GOLF —Toronto9, KansasCity 4. 2B—A.Escobar2 (2), E CARO LINA 9'/~ 14 78H Tulsa Washington(hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: RB Alfred LOB SO MISS 7H 9 5 8H Utsa Blue (toe), DEJared Crick (knee),LBBrianPeters Hosmer(I), A.Gordon(I). HR—S.Perez(I). SB—L. PGA To4I' App'chian St 1 t OE 13 50 UL-MONR —Goins. SF—K.Morales. illness), WRJaelen Strong (illness). PRO BABLE: T Cain (I). S IP H R E R BBSO OLDDOMINION8'/z 5 4 8'/z Charlotte day Aboushi(illness), SLonnieBaffentine (knee), Frys.corn0pen S CARO LINA 5 ZH 43H Vanderbilt CB A.J.Bouye(igness), T Duane Brown (hand), LB Toronto Friday atSilvaradoResort andSpa, North EstradeL,g-t 5I- 3 6 3 3 0 6 WASH ST 6 6 63 OregonSt Brian Gushing(ankle), LBAkeemDent (hamstring), Cou rse, Napa,Calif. Loup 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 UTAH 7 BH 5BH ArizonaSt TE C.J.Fiedorowicz(neck), RBArian Foster (groin), Yarda ge: 7,203;Par: 72 1 0 0 0 0 1 Arizona 8 7'/~ BTH COLOR ADO RB JonathanGrimes(hamstring), CBKareemJackson Lowe Scca nd Round Iaadare awkins 1 2 2 2 0 0 Brendan BOWL GREEN 1 t 11'/~ 6T/2 Akron (not injuryrelated), TDerek Newton (knee), RBChris H 63-70 — 133 Steele Zt 72'/z Tcu 2t IOWA ST Polk (knee),WRCecil Shorts gl (shoulder). JAG- KansasCity 66-67 — 135 Will Wilcox Volquez W ,1-0 6 2 0 0 4 5 FLORIDA ST 6'/z 7 46 Louisville UARS: 64-7t —315 OUT:WRMarqiseLee(hamstring), RBBernard Jhonattan Vegas 5 6 0'/~ 1 0 0 0 0 2 Graham NOTRE DAME 4 Usc Pierce(concussion, hamstring). DOUBTFUL: SJames K.HerreraH,t 67-68 — I 35 DeLaet 1 t 0 0 1 0 HaroldVarnerIg Mississippi 9'/z tgy, Tgy, MEMPHIS Sample(shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: RB TJ. Yeldon MadsonH,f 65-70 — I 35 Hochevar I 0 0 0 0 0 OHIO ST 1 yl 18H 4 7 PennSt groin).PR 65-7t —36 I OBABLE:QBBlakeBortles (right shoulder), HBP MartinLaird — b y H a w k i n s (A.E s c oba r). 5'Iz 50 NEW MEXICO 5 Hawaii 67-69 — 136 LukeBowanko (stinger),) DEChris Clemons(not in- T—3;t5. A—39,753 (37,903). JustinRose 3 4 8'/zSanDiegoSt jury related), SANJOSEST 2 67-69 — 13 6 CBAaron Colvin (shoulder), CBDavon RusselHenl l ey WASHING TON I'/z 3 60 Oregon House(hipcontusion), WRAllenHurns(ankle,thigh), 66-70 — 136 JustinThom as 7t-66 —t37 DT Abry Jones(knee), DTSen'Derrick Marks(knee), T Colt Knost HOCKEY 68-69—137 JermeyParnell (knee),LBPaul Posluszny(ankle), RB PatrickRodgers NFL 68-69—t37 DenardRobinson(knee), TEJulius Thomas (hand), T J.J. Henry NHL 69-66 — 137 NATIONALFOOTBALL LEAGUE SamYoung (igness). TyroneVanAswegen 70-66 — 138 AH TimesPDT MIAMI DOLPHINSatTENNESSEE TITANS JonasBlixt NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE 69-69—138 — DOLPHINS: QUESTIONABLE: TBranden Albert Charles Howell III AN TimesPDT 69-69 — t38 AMERICANCONFERENCE (hamstring),DTA.J. Francis (back),CBBrent Grimes Chris Stroud 7t-67 — t38 East (knee).PROBABLE: CBZackBowman (shoulder), LB MichaelKim EasternConference 69-69—138 W L T Pet PF PA ChrisMcC ain(shoulder), TEDionSims(concussion), BooWeekley Atlantic Division 70-69—139 4 0 0 1 .000149 76 DE Came ron Wake (hamstring). TITANS:OUT: L6 GP W L OT Pts GF GA TonyFinau 66-71 — 139 3 1 0 . 7 5095 55 DeiontrezMount(knee). QUESTIONABLE: CBPerrish Montreal 5 5 0 0 t o t6 6 SeanO'Hair 7t-68 — 139 3 2 0 . 600124 105 Cox (hamstring), TE AnthonyFasano (concussion), Florida Chart Schw art z el 4 3 I 0 6 t4 5 68-7t —t39 I 3 0 . 250 65 tot NT Sam mieHil (knee,ilness), LBAvery Wiliamson Detroit 4 3 I 0 6 t 4 9 KevinNa 70-69—139 South (hamstring).PROBABLE:TEChaseCoffman(not injury TampaBay r 5 3 2 0 6 t 7 t 4 DanielBerge 68-7t —t39 W L T Pet PF PA related), S MichaelGriffin (notinjury related),TTaylor Ottawa EmilianoGriffo 5 3 2 0 6 16 13 72-67—139 Indianapolis 3 2 0 . 600 99 113 Lewan (shoulder), CBCody Riggs (knee), GChance Toronto Adam Ha dw i n 4 t 2 1 3 tt t5 66-71 — 139 Tennesse e 1 3 0 . 250 102 gt W armack(knee). Buffalo 4 t 3 0 2 8 t 2 RoryMcffroy 66-7t —139 Houston 1 4 0 . 200 97 135 CAROLINAPAN THERS at SEATTLE SEA- Boston 4 I 3 0 2 t 3 t 8 KyleReifers 68-7t — 39 I Jacksonvile I 4 0 . 200 93 145 HAWKS —PANTHERS:OUT:DEJaredAllen(back), Brett Stegmiear MetropolitanDivision 72-68—140 North LB A.J.Klein(concussion), TDaryl Wiliams(knee). GP W L OT Pts GF GA JasonBohn 70-70—140 W L T Pet PF PA DOUBT FUL: TERichie Brockel (hamstring). QUE S- N.Y.Rangers 5 3 HidekiMatsuyama 2 0 6 13 13 69-7t —140 50 0 1 .000146 10t TIONABLE G: Amini Silatolu (ankle). PROBABLE: WR N.Y.Islanders 4 2 t 1 5 t t t 2 BenCrane 74-66 — 140 3 2 0 . 600 120 95 JerrichoCotchery(ankle), LBLukeKuechly (concus- Philadelphia 4 2 t 1 5 7 to JamesHahn 67-73 — 140 23 0 . 4 00116 132 sion).SEAH AWKS: OUT: CBMarcusBurley(hand). Washington 3 Jason G o re 2 I 0 4 9 9 7t-69 —140 I 4 0 . 2 00123 137DOUBT FUL: DEFrankClark (hamstring), DT Jordan Carolina SteveWheatcroft 4 I 3 0 2 to t 3 66-74—140 West Hill (quadriceps), LBNick Moody(ankle), CB Tye Pittsburgh 4 I 3 0 2 5 6 D.H.Lee 68-72—140 W L T Pet PF PA Smith (hip).QUESTIONABLE: LBBrock Doyle (knee), NewJersey 4 0 3 1 1 6 1 3 SmylieKaufman 66-72—140 Denver 50 0 1 .000 113 79 DE Dem arcus Dobbs(shoulder), RBMarshawn Lynch Columbus 5 A ndrew Lou pe 0 5 0 0 t2 26 66-72 — 140 SanDiego 23 0 . 400 116 134 (hamstring), LBBobbyWagner (pectoral). PROBABLE: MarkHubbard WesternConference 67-74—141 Oakland 23 0 . 400 107 124 DE MichaelBennett (not injury related), LB Kevin ScottLangley CentralDivision 72-69 — 141 Kansas City I4 0 . 200 1)7 143Pierre-Louis(hamstring). GP W L OT Pts GF GA JerryKelly 69-72—14t NATIONAL CONFERENCE SAN DIEGO CHARGERS atGREEN BAY 5 4 I 0 6 t 6 9 HudsonSwafford 69-72—14t East PACKERS — CHARGERS: OUT: T King Dunlap BrooksKoepka 5 4 1 0 8 17 12 66-73—14t W L T Pet PF PA (concussion),CBCraigMager (hamstring), DEDarius NickWatney 4 3 0 1 7 t3 t t 73-66 — 141 N.Y.Giants 32 0 . 600 132 109 Philon(hip, thigh), CChris Wat (groin, concussion), CharlieBeljan 4 3 t 0 6 t5 t t 67-74—141 Dallas 23 0 . 400 10t 13t LB TourekWiliams(foot). DOU BTFUL: WRStevie D aniel Sum m er ha ys 4 3 I 0 6 to 6 72-69 — 141 Washington 2 3 0 . 400 97 104 Johnson(hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: TD.J. Fluker 4 2 2 0 4 t 5 t 4 HenrikNorlander 72-69—14t Philadelphia 2 3 0 . 400 tt7 103 (ankle), GOrlandoFranklin (ankle), T ChrisHairston MiguelAngelCarballo 5 2 3 0 4 to t 3 70-7t — 14t South (ankle), LB Manti Te'o(ankle). PROBABLE: LBKyle JamieLovemark PacificDivision 70-7t —14t W L T Pet PF PA Emanuel(shoulder).PAC KERS: DOUBTFUL: LBNick GP W L OT Pts GF GA ChezReavie 72-69 — 141 Carolina 4 0 0 L 000106 7t Perry (shoulder,hend),DTB.J. Raji (groin). QU ES- SanJose 4 4 0 0 8 t 4 2 WilliamMcGirt 72-69 — 141 Atlanta 51 0 . 833 183 143 TIONABLE :WR DavanteAdams(ankle),S Morgan Vancouver an 5 3 I I 7 t 5 9 Jim Herm Erik Comp t o n 69-72 — 141 Tampa Bay 2 3 0 .4001to 148 Burnett(calf), CBLadariusGunter (heel). PROBABLE:T Arizona 4 3 I 0 6 t3 6 69-72 — 14t NewOrleans 24 0 . 333 134 164 BryanBulaga(knee), WRRandaffCobb(shoulder), CB Calgary G reg O w en 4 I 3 0 2 6 t4 7t-70 — 14t North DemetriGoodson(hamstring), WRJamesJones(ham- Los Angeles 4 1 3 0 2 4 1 3 LukeGuthrie 70-7t —14t W L T Pet PF PA string), G TJ. Lang(knee), LBJakeRyan(hamstring). OgieSchniederjans Anaheim 4 0 3 1 1 1 tt 71-71 — 142 GreenBay 5 0 0 L 000137 Bt BALTIMORE RAVENS atSAN FRANCIS- Edmonton 4 0 4 0 0 5 t 3 AaronBaddeley 69-73 — 142 Minnesota 2 2 0 . 5 0060 73 CO 49ERS — RAVENS; OUT: STerrence Brooks FreddieJacobson 70-72 — 142 Chicago 2 3 0 . 400 66 142 (thumb),DEChris Canty (calf), WRBreshad Perriman FabianGomez Friday'sGames 72-70—142 Detroit 0 5 0 . 000 63 138 (knee),WRDarren Wailer (concussion). DO UBTFUL: SanJose2, NewJerseyI, SO RyanMoore 69-73 — 142 West CB LardariusWebb (thigh). QUESTIONABLE: LBElvis Toronto6,Columbus3 KevinStreelman 70-72—142 W L T P et PF PA Dumervi(thi l gh), RBJustin Forsett (ankle),TECrockett Carolina5,Detroit 3 StuartAppleby 72-70 — 142 Arizona 4 I 0 . 8 00 190 90 Gigmore(caff), WRChris Givens(ankle), WRSteve Winnipeg 3, Calgary1 Justin Leonard 70-72 — 142 St. Louis 2 3 0 . 400 64 tt3 Smith Sr,(back), GMarshal Yanda (ankle). PR OB- St. Louis4,Vancouver 3 Carl Pettersson 76-TO — 142 Seattle 2 3 0 . 400 ttt 98 ABLE:LBDaryl Smith(not injury related).49ERS: Colorado SpencerLevin 3, Anaheim0 73-69 — 142 SanFrancisco 1 4 0 . 200 75 140 DOUBTFUL: RBReggieBush(calf).QUESTIONABLE: Los Angele2, Chad Col l i n s s MinnesotaI, OT 72-70—142 LB Ahmad Brooks(not injury related,shoulder), TE Today'sGames MartinPiler 7t-7t —142 VernonDavis(knee),WRBruceEgington (calf), L6 Detroit atMontreal,4 p.m. TylerAldridge Sunda y'sGames 70-72 — 142 KansasCityatMinnesota, 10a.m. Eli Harold(knee),RBCarlos Hyde (foot), GBrandon Nashville atOttawa,4p.m. Cameron Tringale 7t-7t —142 MiamiatTennessee, tga.m. Thomas (ankle). PROBABLE; GAlex Boone(shoulder), Buff aloatTampaBay,4p.m. CarlosOrtiz Will MacKenzie 76-TO —142 Washington at N.Y.Jets, tg a.m. LB NaVorroBowman (not injury related),TEVance DallasatFlorida,4p.m. 70-72—142 Arizonaat Pittsburgh, 10a.m. McDonald (chest). TorontoatPittsburgh,4 p.m. ScottPinckney 68-74 —142 Cincinnatiat Buffalo,10a.m. NEW YORKGIANTS atPHILADELPHIA EA- CarolinaatWashington, 4p.m. Michae lThompson 73-69—142 Chicagoat Detroit, 1 0a.m. GLES —GIANTS:DNP:CBPrinceAmukam ara (pec- SanJoseatN.Y. Islanders, 4:30p.m. BrandtSnedeker 70-72 — 142 Denver at Cleveland,tg a.m. toral), WR Odell BeckhamJr. (hamstring), WRVictor Columbu satChicago,5:30p.m. AngelCabrera 69-73 — 142 Houston at Jacksonvile, tg a.m. Cruz (calf), LBDevon Kennard (hamstring), CBTru- Edmonton at Calgary, 7p.m. HunterMahan 7t-7t — 142 Carolina at Seattle, I:05 p.m. maineMcBride(groin). LIMITED : DERobert AyersJr. Bostonat Arizona,7p.m. DavidToms 72-70—142 Baltimore atSanFrancisco, I:25 p.m. hamstring),LBJonBeason(concussion), LBJonathan Sunday'sGames Chris Kirk 69-73—142 SanDiegoatGreenBay, t:25 p.m. asigas(caff),WRRueben Randle (hamstring). FULL: NewJerseyatN.Y.Rangers,10 a.m. LucasGlover 69-73—142 NewEnglandatIndianapolis, 5:30p.m. DE George Selvie (calf). EAGL ES; DNP; WRNelson St. LouisatWinnipeg, noon Brendon Todd 71-71—142 Open; Dallas,Oakland,St.Louis,TampaBay Agholor(ankle),LBKikoAlonso (knee), DEBrandon MinnesotaatAnaheim,5 p.m. RobertoCastro 7t-7t —142 Monday'sGame Bair (groin), LBMychal Kendricks (hamstring). LIMIT- Edmonto natVancouver,6p.m. Shane Bertsch 7t-7t —142 N.Y.Giantsat Philadelphia, 5:30p.m. ED: RB RyanMathews(groin). Coloradoat LosAngeles,7 p.m. Johnson Wagner

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Friday'sGam es OrlandoCity2, NewYorkCity FC1 SanJose1,Sporting KansasCity 0

Today'sGames Columbus atToronto FC,I I a.m. Montrealat Ne wEngland,4;30p.m. FC DallasatReal Salt Lake,6:30p.m. Sunday'sGames ChicagoatD.C.United, 1t a.m. PhiladelphiaatNewYork, noon Seattleat Houston, 2p.m. Portlandat LosAngeles,4p.m.

TENNIS ATP World Tour ShanghaiMasters Friday atShanghai Quarterfinals NovakDjokovic(1), Serbia,def.BernardTomic, Australia,7-6(6), 6-1. AndyMurray(3), Britain,def.TomasBerdych (5), CzechRepublic, B-t, 6-3. RafaelNadal(8), Spain,def. StanW

Cham pions Tour AT&TChampionship Friday atTPCSan Antonio,ATATCanyons Cou rsa, San Antonio Yardae: 6,923; Par72 irst Round 35-32—67 WesShort, Jr. 33-35—68 Stephen Ames 34-34—68 DuffyWaldorf 3t-37 — 66 PaulGoydos 33-35 — 66 Jeff Sluman 31-37 — 66 ScottDunlap 35-34—69 ScottMcCarron 32-37—69 KevinSutherland 35-34—69 TomByrum 33-36—69 Woody Austin MichaelAllen 34-35 — 69 34-35—69 Joe Durant 34-36—70 Scott Hoch 33-37—70 GrantWaite 37-33—70 JesperParnevik 35-35 — 70 FredCouples KennyPerry 34-36 — 70 Olin Brown e 36-34—70 35-35—70 RussCochran 34-37—7t RodSpittle 32-39—7t GeneSauers 35-36—7t lan Woosn ma 36-35 — 71 Colin Montgom er TomKite 35-36—7t 34-37 — 7t LeeJanzen 36-35—7t EstebanToledo 35-36—7t BernhardLanger 37-34—7t JohnCook Larry Mize 36-36 — 72 35-37 — 72 JoeySindelar 36-36—72 SteveLowery 36-36—72 MarkMcNulty 37-35 — 72 Jay Delsing 35-37 — 72 CoreyPavin Kirk Triplett 36-36 — 72 37-35 — 72 SandyLyle LorenRoberts 36-36—72 39-33 — 72 Jeff Magge rt

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35-37 — 72 37-36—73 36-37—73 34-39—73 37-36—73 36-37—73 37-36—73 37-36—73 37-37—74 37-37—74 37-37—74 37-37—74 38-36—74 36-38—74 36-38 — 74 38-37—75 35-40—75 39-36—75 3T-38—75 38-37—75 38-37—75 38-37—75 38-38—76 39-37—76 36-40 — 76 39-37—76 3T-39—76 40-36—76 39-38—77 4t-36 — 77 39-38 — 77 4rJ-37 —77 38-39—77 38-39—77 39-38—77 39-38—77 40-38 — 76 39-39—76 39-39—78



Washington 127, Philadelphia118 NewYorktgf, Boston 95 Memphis94,OklahomaCity 78 Atlanta91, Dallas84 Denvert06, Phoenix 81

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NewYorkatCharlotte, 4p.m. Sacramento vs. NewOrleansat Lexington, Ky.,4p.m. Miami atHouston, 5p.m. Washingtonat Milwaukee,5:30p.m. Golden Statevs. LA. Lakersat SanDiego, Calif.,7 p.m.


Philadelphiaat Brooklyn,10a.m. Detroit atSanAntonio, I p.m. Minnesotaat Memphis, 3p.m. ClevelandatToronto, 3p.m. Denverat OklahomaCity, 4 p.m. Miami atAtlanta,4 p.m. Utah atPortland,6p.m.

GF GA 56 4t 5 7 54 3 9 40 4 5 45 Bt 53 4 5 43 4 6 55 4 8 55 40 St 42 52







EuropeanTour, Portugal Masters Champions Tour,SanAntonio Championship PGA Tour, Frys.corn Open LPGA Tour ,KEB HanaBankChampionship SOCCER Germany, Werder Bremenvs. Bayern Munich Germany, Schalke 04vs. Hertha Berlin England, Chelseavs. Aston Villa England, Everton vs. Manchester United Germany, Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Borussia Monchengladbach England, Watford vs. Arsenal U-17 World Cup,Nigeria vs. United States U-17 World Cup,Chile vs Croatia

Time TV/Radio 6 a.m. Golf 1 1 a.m. Go l f 2 p.m. Golf 8:30 p.m. Golf 6 :30 a.m. F S 1 6 :30 a.m.

FS 2

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NASCAR,Sprint Cup, Kansas, practice NASCAR,Xfinity, Kansas

8:30 a.m. CNBC 1 p.m. NBCSN


College, West Virginia at Baylor College, Mississippi at Memphis College, Purdue atWisconsin College, Louisville at Florida St. College, iowa at Northwestern College, Tulsa atEastCarolina College, South Florida at Connecticut College, Florida Int'I at Middle Tennessee College, LouisianaTechat Mississippi St. College, TexasTechat Kansas College, Oklahoma atKansas St. College, Alabama atTexasA&M College, Rutgers at Indiana College, Michigan St. at Michigan College, Nebraska at Minnesota College, Virginia Tech atMiami College, Montana St. at Portland St. College, OregonSt. at Washington St.

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NathanDenette /The Canadian PressviaThe Associated Press

Kansas City shortstop Alcides Escobar leaps and fires to second base to force out Toronto's Dioner Navarro during the ninth inning in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series on Friday in Kansas City, Missouri. The Royals won 5-0.

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1 p.m. SEC 4 p.m. CSNNW 4 p.m. ESPN 4 p.m. ESPN2 4 p.m. ESPNU 4 p.m. Root 4:30 p.m. NBC 4:30 p.m. SEC 5 p.m. ABC 6 p.m. FS1 7 p.m. ESPN 7:30 p.m. ESPN2,

College, SanDiego St. at SanJose St.

KBND1110-AM 7:30 p.m. ESPNU


MLB playoffs, Toronto at KansasCity MLB playoffs, ChicagoCubs atN.Y.Mets

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EuropeanTour, Portugal Masters Champions Tour,SanAntonio Championship PGA Tour, Frys.corn Open SOCCER Germany, Koln vs. Hannover 96 England, Newcastle United vs. Norwich City Germany, Stuttgart vs. Ingolstadt 04 Men's college, PennSt. at Michigan St. Women's college, Tennesseeat Missouri U-17 World Cup,Australia vs. Germany Women's college, Nebraska at illinois Women's college, SantaClara atPortland MLS, Seattle at Houston U-17 World Cup,Argentina vs. Mexico MLS, Portland at LosAngeles Men's college, OregonSt. at Washington

6:20 a.m. FS2 8 a.m. NBCSN 8:25 a.m. FS2 10 a.m. Big Ten 11 a.m. ESPNU 11:55 a.m. FS2 noon Big Ten 1 p.m. ESPNU 2 p.m. ESPN 2:55 p.m. FS2 4 p.m. FS1 5 p.m. Pac-12


NFL, Denver atCleveland Canada, Hamilton at Montreal NFL, Carolina at Seattle NFL, Baltimore at SanFrancisco NFL, NewEngland at Indianapolis

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MLB playoffs, Chicago Cubs at N.Y.Mets

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NBA preseason, Utah at Portland

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By Dave Skretta

Al Champioshi n pSeries

The Associated Press


K ANSAS CITY, M o . Edinson Volquez planned to

Superstitions hard to shedfor cuhs faithful

pitch the Toronto Blue Jays inside in Game 1 of their Amer-

ican League Championship Series, just as he did during their contentious series earlier

this season. Then, after chatting with Kansas City Royals catcher

Salvador Perez, he changed his mind. "We know they got a lot of pull hitters over there, and power hitters, and he told me, 'How you feel pitching down and away?' And I said, 'I feel sexy tonight,'" Volquez recalled. "And he was like,

'All right, we' re changing the plan right now. We' re pitching those guys away.'" They never touched him all night. V olquez c ombined


three relievers on a three-hitter, Perez hit a soaring home run off Toronto starter Marco Estrada, and Kansas City rolled to a 5-0 victory Friday to open t h e b e st-of-seven

series. "Tonight was the Volquez show. He was tremendous,"

BlueJays manager John Gibbons said. "He shut down a

Chicago Cubsfans can insist all they want that they aredonewith talk of cursesandjust plain bad luck, from billy goats to black cats to Steve Bartman.But this is not aneasy habit to break for the devoted faithful of a teamthat has not won aWorld Seriessince 1908. As the Cubstake on the NewYork Mets in the hopes ofgetting to the World Series for the first time since 1945, fans swear that this team is different from all the teams that have tried and failed

before. This teamwill win — and they will, fans will tell you — because of the waythey play and not because acurse was lifted or just ran out of steam. "I am so sick of billy goats, sick of Bartman, it's all a bunchof baloney," said Jim Kelly, a 62-year-old substitute teacher. For some, it's just different rooting for a teamthat is so young the players have noconnection to past failures. "I was in Pittsburgh (for the wild card victory against the Pirates) and I got criticized becausewas I onTwitter saying there are 6 outs to go, 5 outs to go," said AlYellon, who runs aCubsfan site, bleedcubbieblue.corn. "But I wassaying, no, we' renot going to be slaves to history." Still, to be safe ... "I have aJake Arrieta game-worn jersey that seems to be lucky," Yellon said. "I wear that jersey every time he pitches."

Questions surroundMattingly's future

Los Angeles Dodgers players areadamant the blamefor yet another early exit from the playoffs should not be placed onmanager Don Mattingly. "He had nothing to do with this," left fielder Kike Hernandez said. "It's not even aquestion. Donnie is our manager." Mattingly is under contract for one moreseason, but the Dodgers could decide to put their $289.6 million payroll in the handsof someone new. The 54-year-old Mattingly is 446-363 in five years at the helm, having led the club to awinning record in each of his five seasons, including three consecutive National LeagueWest titles. The Dodgers havereached the playoffs three times during Mattingly's tenure, but they havewonjust one postseason series, beating Atlanta in the division series two years ago, while losing three. They havenot reached the World Series since1988, when they won their last championship.

good-hitting team, I k now that. His ball was ducking and darting everywhere." Volquez (1-1) ramped up his fastball to 97 mph to slice — The Associated Press through a potent Blue Jays offense, never allowing a runner past second base over six "There was a lot of energy," trada (l-l), while Eric Hosmer innings. His only trouble occurred when he walked the said Volquez, who had been and Kendrys Morales tacked first two batters in the sixth, 0-3 with an 8.76 ERA in three on two more off LaTroy Hawbut he wiggled out of it with- career postseason starts. "I kins to put the game away. don't know. I was just making out any damage. The Blue Jays' three hits The Royals' bullpen fin- my pitches." were their fewest ever in a ished off the club's eighth conAlcides Escobar and Loren- postseason game. They were secutive ALCS victory. zo Cain drove in runs off Es- shut out five times in the reg-

BLUEJAYSVS. ROYALS Game 1: Kansas City 5, Toronto 0 Today at Kansas City 1:07 p.m. Mon a t Toronto 5 :07 p.m. Tue a t Toronto 1 :07 p.m. x-Wed at Toronto 1:07 p.m. x-Oct. 23 at KansasCity 5:07 p.m. x-Oct. 24 at KansasCity 5:07 p.m. x-if necessary

ular season. As if the outcome wasn' t

bad enough for them, designated hitter Edwin Encarna-

cion left in the eighth inning to get X-rays on the middle finger of his left hand. The initial report was a strain of the lig-

ament and Encarnacion was listed as day-to-day. " He's been b attling t h i s

thing," Gibbons said. "We' ll see how it goes." The Royals will try to take

a 2-0 series lead when they s end Yordano V entura


the mound today. Toronto will counter with former Cy Young Award winner David Price.

"Hopefully things change to

our favor tomorrow," Toronto

catcher Dioner Navararo said. The teams enteredthe series with plenty of history. To start with, the defending AL champs beat Toronto in

the 1985 league championship series, then beat the St. Louis

Cardinals for the Royals' only World Series triumph. But far

more recently was the tense, benches-clearing game that the teams played at Rogers Centre in August.

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$50M machBabcockgets 1stwin with Maple Leafs

MOTOR SPORTS The Associated Press KOSOIOWSki WinS pale at KanSaS —Brad Keselowski won the pole for Sunday's Sprint Cup race atKansas Speedway,turning a lap at195.503 mph onFriday to beat out10 other Chase drivers in the final round of qualifying. Carl Edwardswas second-fastest at195.454 mph, followed by KyleBusch, Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Jeff Gordon and Martin Truex Jr. All are still in the championship race.


which is a long way from

Babcock deflected attention

where we started. We just need to keep getting better."

from himself after his f irst

victory as Toronto's coach, preferring to focus on how his players are improving. Leo Komarov scored two late goals and the Maple Leafs beat the Columbus Blue Jack-

TeXaS LonghornSmaSCOtBOVOXIV dieS —Texas' longhorn steer mascot died in his sleepFriday after recently being diagnosed with cancer. BevoXIV was13. Hehadbeen retired on Tuesdayafter his diagnosis and did not make the trip to the Cotton Bowl last weekend forTexas'24-17winoverOklahoma.BevoXIV,whosegiven name wasSunrise Studly, had served as theschool mascot since the age of 2, in 2004. — From wire reports

points two nights in a r o w,

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Mike

ets 6-3 on Friday night to improve to 1-2-1 under Babcock. "All in all, we had a good night," Babcock said. "I thought we scored some good goals. Full marks to the guys for the win. I think it's a positive for them and they got

consecutive shutout, and the Sharks won in a shootout to

Winnipeg. Avalanche 3, Ducks 0:ANA-

keep New Jersey winless. HEIM, Calif. — Reto Berra Hurricanes 5, Red Wings 3: made 35 saves for his second The Maple Leafs signed DETROIT — Eric Staal and career shutout as Colorado Babcock to an eight-year, $50 Kris Versteeg each had a goal beat winless Anaheim. m illion contract that m o r e and two assists, and Carolina Blues 4, Canucks 3: VANthan doubled what any other handed Detroit its first loss. COUVER, British Columbia coach is making per season in Brock McGinn, playing on the — Alexander Steen had a goal the league. line with Staal and Versteeg, and an assist and St. Louis Columbus' Scott Hartnell added a goal and an assist in held off Vancouver. had a goal and an assist to his NHL debut. Kings 2, Minnesota 1: LOS reach 600 career points. Jets 3, Flames 1: WINNI- ANGELES — Anze Kopitar Also on Friday: PEG, Manitoba — Dustin By- scored at 2:19 of overtime, 7yler Sharks 2, Devils 1: NEW- fuglien broke a tie with 1:28 re- Toffoli connected on a power ARK, N.J. — Martin Jones maining, and Blake Wheeler play in the second period and made 31 saves for San Jose added an empty-net goal, the Los Angeles beat Minnesota and fell 3:38 short of a third 150th goal of his career, to lift for its first victory of the season.





Panthers put up big numbers, beat Cougars Bulletin staff report

R eed Dixon, wh o h a d 1 5


carries for 58 yards and two Brown found multiple ways touchdowns. Noah Spear to score, rushing for 300 was 12-of-27 passing for 152 yards and two touchdowns yards and two touchdowns, and throwing a 2 8 -yard and Jacob Rey had two retouchdown pass t o h e lp ceptions for 28 yards and two Redmond High take a 50-27 touchdowns. Inter mountain Conference Redmond (2-1 IMC, 5-2 REDMOND


set up Liberty's go-ahead

over the Tigers. Mitch Gib-

next Friday in a game that

f u m bled ney ran for two touchdowns at the 1-yard line to squan- in the first quarter, while Lo-

will likely determine if they advance to the postseason. Molalla 33, Madras 0: MA-

touchdown, t he n

der a golden scoring chance gan Schutte reeled off scor29 seconds before halftime. ing runs of 30 and 40 yards. Bend led 7-0 early, taking The Outlaws (6-0, 3-0 Skythe opening kickoff and Em League) finish the regudriving 61 yards on eight lar season on Friday against plays, capped by Cole Rixe's Elmira. football win over Mountain overall) will travel to North 1-yard TD run. Blake WalkRtdgefteld (Wash.) 30,Crook View on Friday. Eugene next Friday, while er passed for 268 yards and County 13: R I D GEFIELD, "We took advantage of Mountain View (0-2, 1-6) vis- five touchdowns for Liberty Washington — Th e h o s t opportunites we created," its Ridgeview. (7-0), including TD strikes of Spudders broke open a close said Panthers coach Nathan Also on Friday: 74, 7 and 26 yards to Charles game in the fourth quarter Stanley. "We adjusted to Liberty 45, Bend 21: Bend's Clark. Rixe rushed for 168 with two touchdowns, one their plan." opportunity to hang with the yards on 35 carries for the off a turnover and the other Redmond a c cumulatedtop-ranked team in Class 5A Bears, and Bend quarter- off ashort field after a sack 742 total yards of offense, slipped away with a couple back Chase L ettenmaier and a punt, to beat the Cowtallying 570 rushing yards of untimely turnovers, and completed 16 of 23 passes boys in a nonleague game. and 172 passing yards. Will the No. 7 Lava Bears fell to for 186 yards and a 20-yard The Cowboys (4-3) were Branson ran for 129 yards the Falcons from Hillsboro TD pass to Himes. Bend re- w ithin three points in t h e and a touchdown, and Alani at Punk H u nnell Stadium. turns to Intermountain Con- third quarter before giving Troutman finished with 126 Cameron Himes scored two ference play next week at up the two late scores. Crook receiving yards and a score. touchdowns in the second league-leading Summit. County quarterback Blake "We are improving as we quarter to give Bend its secSisters 34, Junction City Bartels finished the game go," MountainView coach o nd and final l ead of t h e 10: JUNCTION CITY — The 8-of-18 passing for 100 yards Brian Crum noted. "We like game at 21-16. But later in Outlaws took sole possession and a touchdown. At 2-1 in what we see." the quarter, the Bears (5-2 of first place in the Sky-Em the Tri-Valley League, the The Cougars were led by overall) muffed a punt to League with a league win Cowboys travel to Estacada

DRAS — The White Buffaloes were shut out for the sec-

ond straight week, falling to 0-4 in Tri-Valley Conference

play and 0-7 overall. Coquille 54, La Pine 0: LA PINE — The Hawks fell to 1 -6 overall and 0-3 i n t h e

Mountain Valley Conference with the l oss t o C o quille,

which entered the game as the No. 6 team in 3A. Culver 34, Pilot Rock 20: PILOT ROCK — The Bulldogs

earned their first Columbia B asin Conference wi n


the season and now stand at 3-4 overall and 1-2 in league play. H osanna Christian 7 1, G ilchrist 6: K L A MA T H FALLS — T h e Gr i z z lies

slipped to 0-4 in Class 1A Special District 2 action and 2-5 overall.

Football Btandings intermountainConference Team Conference Overall Summit 3-0 6-1 1-1 5-2 Bend Redmond 2-1 5-2 Ridgeview 0-2 3-4 M ountaiVine w 0-2 1-6 Class 5A intermountainConference

Summit 59, Rtdgeview 7 Summit 14 10 28 7 — 50 Ridgeview 0 0 7 0 — 7 S— SeanKent 69run(KadenWadsworth kick) S— Kent 14passfromJohn Bledsoe (Wadsworth


S— FGWadsorth 29 S— Bledsoe1run(Wadsworth kick) S— Daw sonRuhl 1run(Wadsworth kick) S — Jaco bThompson62 fumble recovery(Wadsworthkick)

RV —LoganGreen77run(BrianLopezkick) S— Ruhl26run(Wadsworth kick) S— Thom pson75fumble recovery (Wadsworth kick) S— BrianRil 76fumblerecovery (Wadsworth kick)

Redmond50, Mountain View 27 Mountain View 7 6 7 7 — 27 Redmond 6 15 15 14 — 50

MV —ReedDixon2run (ZachEmersonkick) R— DerekBrown1run(conversionfailed) R— HunterSmith 11run(conversionfailed) R— AlaniTroutman28 passfromBrown(conversion failed) MV — JacobRey20 passfromNoahSpear(runfailed) R— AlexHughes35 FG R— Brown72run(Hugheskick) R—Wil Branson55run(HaydenSmith run) MV —Re y8 passfromSpear (Emersonkick) R— BunkerParrish1 run(Hugheskick) MV —Dixon2 run(Emersonkick) R—JeremyDurham24 run(Hugheskick)


Liberty 45, Bend21 Liberty 16 8 7 1 4 — 45 Bend 7 14 0 0 — 2 1 B— ColeRixe1 run(Tyler Lindseykick) L — JacobMast24 passfrom BlakeWalker(Devin •



Thompson passfromWalker) L — CharlesClark74passfromWalker(Mast pass from DevinKaneshiro B— Ca meronHimes1run(Lindsey kick) B— Himes20passfromChaseLettenmaier (Lindsey kick) L— Clark7passfromWalker (BraydenBafarorun) L— Kane shiro 41passfromWalker (Chris Schramm kick) L— Clark26passfromWalker(Schrammkick) L— MinhooHa31run(Schrammkick) Class 4A Sky-EmLeague

Sisters 34, Junction Ctty10 Sisters 14 6 7 7 — 34 Junction City 3 0 0 7 — 10 JunctionCityscoringplaysunavailable S— MitchGibney6 run(Tanner Head run) S— Gibney2run(runfailed) S— LoganSchutte30run(conversionfailed) S— Schutte46run(BenSabakick) S— TylerHead24passfromHead (Sabakick)


Ridgelield (Wash.) 30, Crook County13 Crookgounty 0 7 6 0 — 13 Ridgefield 3 7 6 1 4 — 30 Ridgefieldscoringplaysunavailable CC —BroganHoward7passfromBlakeBartels (Cole Ovenskrck) CC —Ovens5 run(kickfailed)

Friday's Games



next Friday at home against


Continued from C1

backJohn Bledsoe throws downfield Friday night. Bled-

Mountain View, needing to win its final two games to

"They are a n

o u t stand-

ing defense," said Ridgeview coach Andy Codding, whose t eam committed six

t urn-

overs. "They' ve got a great group of athletes. More importantly, they' ve got (defensive coordinator) Neil Elshire, who is a defensive genius, in my opinion. I think he's made a big difference to them on that side of the ball.

well-coached and very athletic team."

Quarterback John Bledsoe, who rushed for a touchdown,

completed 8 of 17 passes for 142 yards and a score to pace the Storm, while Sean Kent

practice that we' ll get 'em. But

it's not going to just happen. We have to go work for it." While the victory made his-

tory for the Summit program, Padilla is not willing to share




the conference crown. How-

ever, Thompson said, reaching this height is the first

"There's a whole lot of things that these guys have accomplished because of their hard work and dedication to the program. I'm happy for them."

off 69 yards and touchdown

on the third play of the game. Ruhl finished with 58 rushing Tim Meagher made two receptions for 60 yards. "For this group, especially for this group of seniors, it makes a lot the sacrifices and

"We' re in a do-or-die situation for the rest of the year," Codding said. "We don't need

soe passed to go into either of the next two games feeling like we can't come out with a victory. yards and a touchWe know that if we prepare down. and do our thing the way we

needed just one carry to rip

yards and two scores, and

the postseason.

for 142

He and their defensive staff

have made that defense turn around from where they were a few years ago, and their offense is right up there with them. They are a very, very

have a chance to qualify for

hard work overthe last three years worth it, to do some-

thing that hasn't been done at Summit since the school

opened," Padilla said of the Storm securing at least a

piece of validation for what

plished because of their hard

is arguably the best Storm

work and dedication to the

team ever. Next Friday, when

program. I'm happy for them." it hosts Bend High, Summit Green totaled 121 rushing can ensure itself the outright yards and the lone touch- IMC title. "It means a lot because of down for Ridgeview (0-2, 3-4), — Summit coach Joe Padilla which suffered its most lop- how hard we' ve all worked tosided defeat in the program's gether," Thompson said. "It' s brief four-year history. Brent like a big family — even our share of the IMC champion- Yeakey, who posted four fans and everyone. It's hard ship. "We tied our best record straight 200-yard rushing to give credit to just a few in school history last year at games heading into Friday, people. It's the whole entire 7-3; we' re sitting 6-1 right now. was limited to just 28 yards on school." There's a whole lot of things 14 carries. — Reporter:541-383-0307, that these guys have accomRidgeview returns to action glucas@bendbuffetin.corn.


Cowgirls dinch Tri-Valley Conference volleyball title Bulletin staff report

1 5, 25-23

0: REDMOND — G i lchrist

CORBETT — Crook County scored nine straight points in the third set Thursday to

had four aces, as did Aspen

swept the Mountain Valley

Late Thursday: Sisters 3, Junction City 0:

League match, 25-15, 25-


in the third set, but Abby

Jennifer Roth led the Cow-

v i ctory. S m i t h nine. Crook County, the sixthChristianson. ranked team in C l ass 4A,

"They have no fear (on sweep Corbettand earn its the service line) ... it kind of second straight Tri-Valley scares me," Crook County Conference title. coach Rosie Honl said with a The Cardinals led 23-16 laugh. Smith served the Cowgirls girls in scoring with 14 kills, (9-0 TVC) to the 25-10, 25- while Laura Fraser added

plays at the West Linn Tour-

21, 25-18. The Grizzlies (2-4 gers slowed the pace but the n ament t oday a n d h o s t s MVL) were led by Noemi- Outlaws won 25-18, 25-13, Estacada in its final league a malie Bernabe with f o ur 25-18 to remain undefeated in match Tuesday. aces, Skyla Newton and Cas- the Sky-Em League. Hawley Also on Friday: sandra Blum-Boles with five Harrer led the Outlaws (9-0 kills, and Madison Bean with Sky-Em League) with 14 asVolleyball 15 assists. Central Christian sists, 11 kills, five digs and Gilchrist 3, Central Christian fell to 0-6 in the MVL. three aces.

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Week 6 preview

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By Barry Wilner

is ari in urnovers

The Associated Press

better. "Knowing him and how prepared that he is," Steelers

After a rout of the Lions at Detroit, B r uce A r i ans star receiver Antonio Brown

took his Cardinals to a resort in West Virginia rather than head back to Arizona.

said, "I'm sure he's going to want to come in here and put on a show, being how many

With another road game in

people counted him out and

By Curtis Crabtree

the East on Sunday at Pitts-

wanted him out of here."

Associated Press

burgh, the travel itinerary seemed to make plenty of

Carroll has regularly stressed the importance of winning the

turnover battle as a key indicatorofa team's success. "It's all about the ball"

has been a frequently heard phrase throughout the head-

quarters of the Seattle Seahawks since Carroll took over the franchise in 2010, an effort

to stress to players the need to keep the ball on offense and take it away on defense. That is w hat m a kes the

first five games of this season so baffling for the Seahawks coach. Seattle has lost two games while winning the turnover battle and won

a game while losing the turnover battle so far this year. It is an o ddity that Car-

roll can't quite wrap his head

Gary Landers / The Associated Press

around. " I d on't

Seattle's Bobby Wagner (54) scores a touchdown on a fumble return as Cincinnati's Andy Dalton pur-

sense to me. Usually, when

have won the turnover battle; they won both games in which they committed more turnovers than they

you control the football, you win. Our stats aren't support-

had takeaways.

u n d erstand i t ," sues during the Seahawks' 27-24 overtime loss last Sunday.Wagner is a game-time decision to play Carroll said. "It doesn't make Sunday against Carolina. The Seahawks' three losses have all come in games in which the Seahawks

ing that for the first time in 14

years, you know? It's really odd, and I can't imagine that it' ll stay the same. It should turn. All of the principles and

the odds of that just aren't in the right direction right now." Seattle won the t u rnover

battle 3-1 against the St. Louis Rams in the season opener and lost 34-31 in overtime. The Seahawks won the turnover battle 2-1 last week in Cincinnati and lost 27-24 in

overtime. They also beat the Detroit Lions in Week 4 de-

spite losing the turnover battle 3-1. "I can't register that," Carroll said. "That doesn't fit in my brain. I don't know that.

Years and years and years, and it doesn't fit. All I think of

is that's going to flip-flop the very next chance we go out, and it hasn't yet." The numbers this season

He has the team to do it,

too. Arizona (4-1) has scored sense. a league-best 190 points and And w it h t h e S t eelers allowed 90; the 100-point difcoming off a gut-wrenching ferential is by far tops in the Monday nighter at San Di- NFL. ego that they won on the fiThe Steelers also have a nal play, well, Arians' bunch potent offense— when Ben might be th e m o re-rested R oethlisber ger, not M i ke squad. Vick, is at quarterback. He Arians spent eight sea- returned from a l eft k n ee sons in Pittsburgh, mostly as injury to practice this week offensive coordinator, win- on a limited basis and is not ning two Super Bowls before likely to go Sunday. "It's hard to watch when being exiled. He since has won two NFL Coach of the you really want to be out Year awards, in 2012 as an there," Roethlisberger said. interim in Indianapolis while "I'm just trying to be the best Chuck Pagano fought leuke- on-the-sideline guy I can be. I mia, and last season with the don't want to be overbearing Cardinals. While he insists because Mike's been doing returning to the Steel City is this for a long time and he's a no big deal and that he has real pro. I'm just here to help done it before, others know him in any way I can."

RENTON, Wash. — Pete

RB Lynchexpected to play, LB Wagner uncertain to go

Next up Carolina at Seattle When:1:05 p.m. Sunday TV:Fox Radio: KRCO 690-AM, 96.9-FM

Series:Seahawks lead 7-2 Lastmeeting:Seahawksbeat Panthers 31-17, Jan. 10, 2015

in NFCdivisional playoff Last week:Panthers had bye, beat Buccaneers 37-23 onOct. 4; Seahawks lost to Bengals 27-24, OT

Stats: Carolina:offense, overall (25j, rush (4), pass (29j; defense, overall (10), rush (6j, pass (16).Seattle: offense, overall (15j, rush (1 j, pass (26); defense, overall (5), rush (7), pass (7j

Baltimore at

San Francisco When:1:25 p.m. Sunday TV:CBS

Radio:None Series:Ravens lead4-1 Lastmeeting:Ravensbeat 49ers 34-31 in SuperBowl, Feb. 3, 2013 lastweek:Ravenslostto Browns 33-30, OT;49ers lost to Giants 30-27

Stats: Baltimore:offense, overall(12), rush (15j, pass (17j; defense, overall(24j, rush (14j, pass (25).49ers: offense, overall (29j, rush (5j, pass (31); defense, overall (31), rush (17j, pass (30j.

After missing the last two games with a h a mstring

F ourteen teams h av e a put to test again this week as interceptions from th e c orpositive t u r nover d i f f eren- the Carolina Panthers come ners, from the linebackers. I tial for the season and are a to Seattle. The Panthers lead think they' re playing great all combined 50-16. Each game the league in turnover differ- over the place."

It is time to concentrate on football, not underinf lated footballs. Indy should get back starting quarterback Andrew Luck, but it won both gameshemissedwithashoulderissue.New Englandhasbeenona rampage — sure,Tom Brady being ticked off about the whole scandal plays into that. "I'm always pretty motivated regardless of the opponent, regardless of the team or theweek,whether it's a preseason game, whether it's a regular-season game," Brady said. Still, isn' t there any humanpart of you that wants it a little extra this week? 'I'm a human," Brady said. "There's no doubt. I'm definitely human."

strain, Marshawn Lynch is ex-

pected to return to the starting lineup Sunday. Linebacker Bobby Wagner will be a game-time decision. Lynch participated fully in practice on Thursday and Friday. "He looked really back to full health," head coach Pete Carroll said. "He made it out, looked good and we' re counting on him playing." Wagner's status is much more uncertain. Wagner suf-

fered a strained pectoral last week against the Cincinnati

B engels. "He's tough enough to play with it. It's just whether it' s

the right thing to do to get him back to health," Carroll said. With Seattle playing again ential. Their plus-8 turnover next Thursday against San margin is two turnovers clear Francisco, the quick turnof the rest of the league and around is factoring into the

back up Carroll's thoughts as well. The Indianapolis Colts played is a separate event with are the only team in the league separate variables that lead to hold a winning record de- to different results, but on a spite a negative turnover dif- large scale it's clear how im- cornerback Josh Norman is ferential. Sixteen teams have portant turnover margin is to tied for the league lead with a negative turnover differen- success. four interceptions. Keeping "Usually in the past, when c ontrol of th e f ootball w i l l tial and are a combined 23-55. "It's very odd," wide receiv- we win t h e t u r nover ratio be a premium for Seattle on er Doug Baldwin said. "Even we always win," safety Earl Sunday. "They' re getting turnovers if you look at the statistics Thomas said. "But it's a new across the NFL, i t u s ually season. We' ll figure it out." galore," offensive coordinator doesn't happen that way." Carroll's theory should be Darrell Bevell said. "A lot of


team's decision whether to

push Wagner into the lineup this week.

If Wagner can't play, K.J. Wright is expected to move to middle linebacker with Kevin

Pierre-Louis replacing Wright at weakside linebacker. It would be Pierre-Louis' first

career start and his first game back after missing the last two weeks with a hamstring strain.

SAN DIEGO (2-3) AT GREENBAY (5-0) This is GreenBay's fourth homegamealready, andwith the bye next week, the Packers aresitting in a great spot. Their pass defensehas been a revelation, and they havefound adiverse rush in which eight players have played apart in getting an NFC-high 20 sacks. San Diego is1-9 against GreenBayand DanFouts wasthe quarterback when in the Chargers' lone win in1984.

CAROLINA (4-0) AT SEATTLE(2-3) A Panthers win would establish them as acontender in the NFCand makeeveryonewonder whenthe Seahawks will get straightened out. Of course, Seattle was 3-3 last seasonand wound up inthe Super Bowl. Carolina should get backstar linebacker LukeKuechly to its solid defense, but it's the rushing game, led by QB CamNewton and RB Jonathan Stewart, that has beenjust as impressive.

DENVER(5-0) AT CLEVELAND(2-3) Somehow, Josh McCown is themore prolific quarterback in this matchup, although Peyton Manning is 6-0 lifetime against Cleveland and the Broncos havewon 10 straight against the Browns. McCown passed for a franchise-record 457 yards last week in leading acomeback win at the Ravens. He isthefirst QB in NFLhistory with more than 450 yards passing, two TDs, a TD rushing and no interceptions in the samegameand has thrown for1,154 yards in the past three games. TheBroncos are onewin from joining New England as the only original AFLfranchises to reach 450 regular-season wins.

CINCINNATI(5-0) ATBUFFALO(3-2) The last time Cincinnati won its first six gameswas 1988, when it made the SuperBowl. AndyDalton is off to the best start of his career with a 115.6passer rating, highest in team history through five games, as part of the NFL'ssecond-ranked offense. The Bills could be without quarterback TyrodTaylor; EJManuel would start. Injuries havedamaged Buffalo'soffense— topRBLeSeanMcCoy hasbeen sidelined by ahamstring problem and WRSammy Watkins is coming back from a calf issue.


49ers' Booneaccusedof dirty play against Giants The Associated Press NEW YORK — San Fran-


cisco running back Carlos Hyde has been fined $23,152 could have been a lot worse." by the NFL for using the Beason, 30, does not believe crown of his helmet to make Boone was intentionally trycontact with Giants lineback- ing to hurt him, but he was er Jon Beason. still upset by the play. "I' ve never i n tentionally Beason sustained a concussion on the play, although ever tried to go out and hurt he blamed 49ers guard Alex anybody," Boone said at the Boone for causing that. Boone 49ers practice in Santa Clara, was not fined by the league California "I respect this and no penalty was called. game more than anybody in An angry Beason accused this league. I respect every49ers guard Alex Boone of body in it. If that's how he feels grabbing him from behind then good for him." and deliberately pushing him Beason has not reached out in the back i n a " c oward- to Boone to complain, but he ly" move Sunday night that wanted the six-year veteran to caused the G i ants m i ddle know how he felt. "If you' re frustrated, just linebacker to sustain his first concussion. call me," Boone said. "I read

Beason ripped Boone on Friday after returning to practicefor the first time since being knocked out of the nationally televised game on the opening series. Boone said he doesn't be-

this season.

There's fellow 1998 draftee Matt Hasselbeck, who came off the bench to win two

lieve he is a dirty player, adding he is sorry that Beason Raiders' Woodson shows his old man strength feels the way he does. The Giants sent a videotape Last week, Charles Woodof the play on which Hyde was son ran nearly halfway across fined to NF L h eadquarters, the field, leaped high into the Beason said. air and came down with his "It's hard enough to stay fourth interception of the seahealthy in this league," said son to tie for the league lead. "Now that felt good," WoodBeason, who missed the first two games of the season with son said. " That felt l ik e a a knee injury. "I think it was a young Charles there." coward move; didn't show any The 39-year-old Woodson is sportsmanshipor regard for far from the only aging player another player or his career. It who has turned back the clock

A week after being flagged 17 times for 135 yards in a 2410 loss to the New York Gi-

games that helped save India- ants, Buffalo was penalized napolis' season; quarterbacks just seven times for 62 yards Tom Brady and Carson Palm- against the Titans. The big er, who seem be improving issues for Ryan were personwith age; and wide receivers al foul and unsportsmanlike like Steve Smith Sr. and Lar-

conduct penalties the Bills-

ry Fitzgerald who still can get open despite maybe losing a step. Of all the old guys succeeding this year, few have been more impressive than Woodson, who joined Darrell Green

including one against himwere attracting for retaliating against opponents and arguing with officials.

as the only defensive backs

"Yes Sir!" was a reminder

for everyone to walk away and accept the call. "It wasn't done just to be a

since at least 1960 to play af- gimmick," Ryan said. "The ter turning 39. He became the 'Yes Sir! ' thing, it's bigger than oldest player ever with multi- us individually, and we don' t ple interceptions in a game. want to let each other down." He's done all of that at a

the article and he said he' s physically demanding posinot going to reach out to me. tion despite dislocating his T hat's a shame. If I h a d a shoulder in the season opener. grievance with s omebody "Unbelievable w ha t h e ' s I'm sure I'd call them and doing," Raiders coach Jack tell them, bu t e v erybody' s Del Rio said. "Just to playing different."


alone at 39 years old is incred-

Jetslook to extend streak of thir d down stops T hird-and-short?

Thi r d -

and-long? Well, better get ready for fourth down.

Opposing offenses have been stopped 18 straight times

After a horrific start, the Bears haveresponded to newcoach John Fox with two straight victories, showing more gumption than in recent seasons. Thelast time the Lions looked as badasthey did in last Sunday's 42-17walloping by Arizonawas in 2008, when they went 0-16. A lopsided loss to Chicago could make a revival of such thoughts much less outlandish.

N.Y. GIANTS(3-2) AT PHILADELPHIA(2-3), MONDAYNIGHT The NFCEast is so wide openthat when thesetwo meet in the season finale, it could be decisive. Still, the winner in prime time gets aleg up. New Yorkenters short-handed at receiver but on athree-game winning streak. Philadelphia's defense hascomealive behind end Fletcher Cox, whohad acareer-high three sacks with two forced fumbles and onerecovery last week against the Saints.

WASHINGTON (2-3) AT NEWYORKJETS(3-1) Coming off a bye,and with standout defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson returning from a four-gamesuspension, expect New York's stingy defense to beeven more miserly. TheRedskins are vastly improved over 2014,JayGruden's first season ascoach, but Kirk Cousins, who threw adecisive pick-6 in overtime, usually struggles at the Meadowlands.

BALTIMORE (1-4) AT SANFRANCISCO(1-4) The Ravenshavewonfour straight against the Niners, including the 2013 SuperBowl, from which the 49ers haveonly four starters still around.

KANSASCITY(1-4) AT MINNESOTA(2-2) The outdoors seem toagree with the Vikings, who are in their second and final season atTCFBank Stadium before heading back inside in their new building. Theyhavewon five in a row in their temporary home. KansasCity is reeling after somedevastatingly close defeats and losing star running backJamaal Charles with a tom right ACL.


ible. But to be such a productive player and making big plays in the game, clearly he' s banged up, but he's fighting through the pain."

in third-down situations, the

Bills' response to penalties Yes Sir!'

third-down stops in 2012, ac-

Miami's first game sinceJoe Philbin was fired ascoach, replaced by Dan Campbell. "It's only Week (6and wehave) 12games," said DT Ndamukong Suh, amajor underachiever after signing the richest freeagent contract in NFLhistory for a defensive player. "We put ourselves in a hole, but it's not too late to get usout of it." The Titans havethe league's top-rankedpass defense, yielding 188yards a game.

cording to STATS. In New York's last game


Bills coach Rex Ryan's decision to distribute wristbands

to his players with the words "Yes Sir!" written on t h em proved successful in r educ-

ing penalties in a 14-13 win over the Tennessee Titans last

Jets' longest streak of stinginess since 2010, when they had 21 in a row. It is the NFL's

best run since the Denver Broncos had 26 consecutive

in London two weeks ago, Miami went 0 for 12 on thirddown attempts. The streak

includes Philadelphia's last six conversion tries three weeks ago.

Although the Texanshavewonseven of the past nine in this series, five of the past sevenmeetings have beendecided by seven points or less. Houston goesback to Brian Hoyer at quarterback, and his top target, DeAndre Hopkins, leads theNFLwith 578 yards receiving, looking for a fourth consecutive 100-yard game,which would tie Andre Johnson's franchise record.





Steele leadsFrys.corn The Associated Press NAPA, Calif. — Brendan Steele did not feel much dif-

BoiseSt. blown out hyUtahSt.

Continued from C1 W ashington S t ate l i n e backer Peyton Pelluer noted

that the Cougars this season seem to be playing at the level of their opponent, which killed them in the loss to Port-

Also on Friday: Ko takes lead in South Korea: INCHEON, South Korea


land State.

name atop the leaderboard at lead over Lexi Thompson in the Frys.corn Open. the KEB Hana Bank ChamSteele had to settle for pars pionship. Sung Hyun Park on the closing three holes at followed her course-record Silverado that can produce 62 with a 74 to drop two shots birdies. He had a 2-under 70 behind. — seven shots higher than the Short comes up big on final opening round — but all that four holes:SAN ANTONIO-

"We' ve got to go into each game focusing on us," Pelluer said. "We' ve got to play at our level." Washington State's passhappy Air Raid offense is pretty reliable. Quarterback Luke Falk had a huge game against Oregon, passing for RickScuteri/The Associated Press 505 yards and five touch- Oregon State coach Gary Andersen talks to his players during downs without an intercep- last weekend's loss at Arizona.

mattered was a two-shot lead.

tion and rushing for another

ferent about his game Friday — Lydia Ko made an 18-foot except for his score. One thing birdie putt on the final hole for that didn't change was his

a 7-under 65 and a one-stroke

Wes Short Jr.birdied three of Steele was at 11-under 133 the last four holes for a 5-un-

score in overtime. He leads the league in passing at 396 yards per game. The difference from last year's 3-9 campaign appears to be better play by the defense. The Cougars are among the league leaders in sacksand tacklesforloss. Oregon State, under new coach Gary Andersen, is struggling as expected this season. The Beavers are led by freshman quarterback Seth Collins, who can run as well as pass. He averages 72 rushing yards per game to rank among the top 10 rush-

and led over Will Wilcox (67), der 67 and a one-stroke lead Jhonattan Vegas (71), Graham in the Champions Tour's San DeLaet (68) and Harold Var- Antonio Championship. ner III (70), who missed a 10Another strong round in foot birdie putt on his last hole Portugal for Sullivan: VILthat kept him out of the final A MOURA, Portugal — E n group in his rookie debut. gland's Andy Sullivan shot his Rory McIlroy struggled to second straight 7-under 64 to make putts again. He shot 71 take a three-shot lead in the and was six shots behind. Portugal Masters.

ers in the Pac-12. But Andersen is focused

Ducks Continued from C1 Oregon (3-3, 1-2 Pac-12) is clearly not what it has been, having dropped two of its past three games, including last Saturday's double-overtime home loss to Washington State.

Bebeto Matthews /The Associated Press

WBA middleweight boxing champion Gennady Golovkin will fight IBF middleweight champion David Lemieux in a unification bout

The Ducks have been porous on defense and hampered by

tonight at Madison Square Garden in NewYork.

inconsistent quarterback play

ferent belts and champions

while dealing with injuries at the position. And Washington (3-2, 1-1) is further ahead in what was supposed to be a year of retooling under second-year head coach Chris Petersen as evidenced

among the various boxing or-

by its upset win at Southern

ganizations that the Canadian mostly gets lost in the shuffle.

California last week, providing optimism that this could finally

said Oscar De La Hoya, who

be the year the Huskies get the better of Oregon for the first


Lemieux, a big puncher him-

Continued from C1 "He's a good boy," Golovkin likes to say about his various opponents. "Big Drama Show," he promises beforehisfights. For the past seven years, the only drama about Golovkin's fights is which round he will stop his opponent in. He has not gone the distance since an eight-rounder against a fighter

piece of the 160-pound crown, though there are so many dif-

named Amar Amari in Denmark in 2008 on his way to a perfect 33-0 mark with 30

s elf. Lemieux, 26, owns


"The best fighting the best,"

promotes Lemieux. "We' re going back to the way boxing

time since 2003. "I think it's important to a lot

of people around here, no question about it. It's been going on, long-time rivalry, and I think

used to be." Still, there has been no box-

er outside the U.S. and Mexico with any notable pay-per-view knockouts. success, and it remains to be "It's about style," Golovkin seen if Golovkin will be the said. "Everybody understands fighter who breaks through. "We believe Gennady will Mayweather's style, he's like a computer game. My style is be able to cross over," Loeffler more like a street fight, more

it's really important," Petersen

said. "I was on the other side for a while and it was really flipped, and so on both sides, I think it's an important game up here." Quarterback is th e b iggest question for Oregon and

said. "He has that very unique

of a real fight. It's like Mike Ty- quality of being devastating in son's style." the ring, yet respectful and likNow he is a middleweight able outside the ring." champion who likes to hobnob That will be on display towith celebrities in his adopted night in a fight with a lot more hometown of Los Angeles. He riding on it than a few chamhas grown so popular he is in a pionship belts. Golovkin, who commercial for Apple watches won a silver medal for Kazakhand sold 15,000 tickets for Le-

whether Vernon Adams is re-

Utah State's Kent Mey-

pass defense, allowing an average of 177 yards a game.

took at Arizona. The Beavers need to execute better, espe-

Dirty QB

No. 24 Houston 42, Tulane 7:NEW ORLEANS-

cially on fundamentals, Andersen said. "We' re not doing very many of them well right now," he said. A key is finding a consistent running attack behind Collins, he said. "We want to be a spread

Cougars receiver Gabe Marks feels that too many quarterbacks are coddled and over-hyped as the best

Greg Ward Jr. ran for three touchdowns and threw a scoring pass to help Houston beat Tulane.

players on the field. But he — The Associated Press does not feel that way about Falk, who he said was physiThe series cal and liked to "get dirty." This is the 100th game in the

offense that can run the ball

Century mark

effectively," Andersen said. The Beavers do not figure

Cougars coach Mike Leach leads 49-47-3. But the Cougars has a career record of 99-70 have lost three straight to the

to be overwhelmed by the Cougars' pass attack. They

at Texas Tech and Washing-

Beavers in Pullman and also

ton State and today is seeking

lost to them during a 2011game

have the Pac-12's top-ranked

his 100th career win.

in Seattle.

series, which Washington State

with a ton of confidence and a great scheme," Helfrich said.

Pac-12thisweekend GAME OF THEWEEK Arizona State at No. 4Utah:The Utes (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) have been the dominant team in thePac-12 sofar, rising to the top of the Pac-12South with a balanced offense and adefense that's tied for second nationally with 17 turnovers. TheSun Devils (4-2, 2-1) got off to a shakystart, including a blowout loss at home toSouthern California, but are starting to play their best football of the seasonafter convincing wins over UCLA andColorado. A win by Utah will put it firmly in control of the Pac-12South. An upset byArizona State throws the division potentially into a bit of chaos. TheSunDevils won by three in overtime in Tempelast season.

Controlling Freeman

BEST MATCHUP OregonatWashington:TheDuckshavedominatedtheseries, winning the past 11games, but the 108th meeting could have a different feel to it. Oregon already hasthree losses — two of those at home.TheHuskies have beensteady most of the seasonandpicked upthemarqueewinintwoseasonsunder coach Chris Petersen whenthey beat USCin Southern California last weekend. This is Washington's best chanceyet to beat Oregon for the first time since 2003.

success this season, holding Freeman to 77 yards on 14

INSIDE THENUMBERS Utah is one of16 undefeated FBS teams.... Pac-12 road teams are 10-5 in conference play.... California is the lone Pac-12 teamwith a byeweek.... Arizona leads the Pac-12in scoring with 42.3 points per gameand is onpaceto breakthe school record of 38.5 set in1954. IMPACT PLAYER LukeFalk,WashingtonState:TheCougarsquarterbackhad a huge gameagainst Oregonlast week,throwing for 505yards and five TDson 50-of-74 passing. Hewill face the Pac-12's best pass defense inOregonState, whichgives up 177.6yards per game through theair. — TheAssociated Press

California, the Huskies have ern Washington, Adams played dominant defense. passed for seven touchdowns Washington leads the Pac"We need to play better ev- against the Huskies in Pe- 12 in total defense, rushing erywhere and obviously the tersen's first home game as defense, scoring defense and focal point is quarterback and Washington's coach. red-zone defense. The Hussome of the issues that we' ve The Huskies escaped with kies are outscoring oppohad at that position are obvi- a win that day. nents 66-7 in the third quar"I remember it very clear- ter and 79-23 in the second ously highlighted because of it," Oregon coach Mark Hel- ly," Petersen said. "There's no half. The last time Washingfrich said. need to peek at it." ton led the Pac-12 in total deShould Adams be able to fense for a season: 1991. "Those guys have gotten play, Washington knows quite Dominant D wellhow dynamic he can be. Aside from their loss to after people and playing

stan in th e 2004 Olympics,

The Aggies (4-2, 3-0 Mountain West) snapped a12-game losing streak against Boise State that dated 18 years.

around from the beating it

on getting his team turned

Last year, while still at East-

while Jeff Lockie and Taylor Alie have shared the duties.

mieux at Madison Square Gar- wants to put on a show worthy den the first week they were on of his pay-per-view debut. "Every time people look at sale. And he is venturing into pay- me, they say, 'Oh, it's a drama per-view terri tory, where few show,'" Golovkin said. "They fighters not named Mayweath- like my style. It's a Big Drama er have been successful in re- Show." cent years. The price is cheap — Tim Dahlberg is a columnist enough ($49.95) for those with The Associated Press. watching at home, though


ers threw for157 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. Also on Friday:

covered from a finger injury on his passing hand. Adams has missed the past two games

LOGAN, Utah —Marwin Evans returned an interception 90 yards for a touchdown as time expired before halftime, and Utah State turned Boise State's seven first-half turnovers into 35 points in the Aggies' 52-26 victory over the No. 21 Broncos on Friday

Golovkin is expected to sell

Shutting down the Ducks means keeping r u n ning back Royce Freeman from controlling the game on the ground. Somehow Washington State pulled out the victo-

ry last week despite Freeman rushing for 246 yards — the eighth-highest total in school history — and two touchdowns. Utah had the most carries.

Freeman needs 141 yards rushing to top 1,000 yards for the second straight season.

Middle man Washington will be without middle linebacker Azeem

Victor for the first half against Oregon after he was eject-

ed from the win over USC for a targeting penalty in the first half. Petersen disagreed with the call but did not risk

further comment. Victor has been Washington's best de-

fender, leading the team in tackles and ranking second in tackles for loss. Sean Constantine and Scott L awyer

will likely fill in until Victor can return in the second half.

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percent completion percent-

age. That is good news for Washington freshman quarterback Jake Browning, who has thrown three interceptions and no touchdowns in the last two games combined.

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only a few hundred thousand pay-per-views at best despite a card that includes unbeaten

flyweight sensation Roman Gonzalez of Nicaragua against former champion Brian Viloria

in a co-main event. "It takes his career to a different level," said Golovkin's promoter, Tom Loeffler. "He

has to perform in the ring, but whenever he feels a chal-

lenge or needs an impressive performance, he rises to the occasion."

Already, there is talk of Golovkin meeting the winner of the Nov. 21 middleweight

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clash between Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez in what

could be a huge money fight. With Floyd Mayweather Jr.

retired, there is an opening in the pay-perview business for fighters who have proven fan bases.


And Golovkin's fan base is growing, including in Los Angeles, where he got a lot of attention from actors and others

when he att ended the Emmy awards last month. "For now it's a very interest-

ing situation for me," Golovkin said. "I think it's very good for boxing because I can remember when boxing was very famous. Now there's not as much interest, but this is a new story

for boxing." First, though, Golovkin must

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• Americans are expected to spend $6.9 billion on Halloween thisyear, organization says

Facebookgrants for Crook County Facebook is nowaccepting applications for community grants from qualified CrookCounty nonprofit agenciesand some public entities, the social mediacompany announcedFriday. Started in 2011,the Facebook Community Action Grants Program seeks to invest in the

By lana Kozelsky McClatchy Washington Bureau

By James F. Peltz Los Angeles Times

Batman bib-

health and vitality of

Crook County,according to a companynews release. Facebookbuilt its first wholly owned data center in Prineville in 2011.

The deadline for grant applications is Dec.15, according to thenewsrelease. Facebookexpects to award thegrants in the spring. Themaximum amount per recipient is $15,000. In March, anemployee committee at thePrineville data center selected 22 programs to receive grants totaling $100,000. — Bulletin staff report

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • Jennifer Clifton, a Bend attorney, has paired with Viewpoint Law Group of San Francisco to start a securities law practice in Bend. Clifton Cnfton has more than 18 years of experience in corporate law, including contract, trademark, Boostrom securities and tax law. • Steve Boostrom, business development manager Palfrey at Interior Office Solutions will lead development forthe company's Henry recent expansion of services to Central Oregon. • Kristina McFarlane Sha„ke has been hiredas manager of the Buckle store in the OldMill District of Bend. McFarlane is a graduate of Peninsula College andstarted her career with Buckle in 2014. • Rian Palfrey,abroker at Exit Realty in Bend, received two first-place regional awards from Exit Realty Corp. International for being the top individual agent ingrossclosed commissions and top agent inclosedenddeals. • Donna Henry, a broker at Exit Realty in Bend, received two second-place regional awards from Exit Realty Corp. International for being a topagent in gross closed commissions andatop agent inclosed end deals. • Kelli Shanks, a broker at Exit Realty in Bend, receivedathird-place regional award from Exit Realty Corp. International for being a topagent in closed enddeals.

and-booties costume for $14.99 caught the eye of Joanna Robles as she searched for some-

thing for her months-old son to wear while she holds him

double the Halloween spending of a decade ago. That spending cuts a huge entertainment economies and,

Overall Halloween spending

to some extent, the farming industry.

In billions

Businesses can' t point to a single reason why consumer but they do cite factors driving

its popularity today. For instance, "the millenwhile strolling through a Spir- nials are really into group it Halloween store outside Los costumes and activities," Angeles. Lombardo said. "They love to In the next aisle, 35-year-old do things in groups, whether Joe Lige said he was browsing they' re going as characters in 'TheWalking Dead' or'Orfor an outfit "on the darker, spookier side" for a Halloween ange Is the New Black,'" and party. "My wife gives me a that drives added costume budget for Halloween, and I sales and theme-park attenalways exceed it," he quipped. dance, she said. They' re among the 157 milSocial media also has fulion Americans expected to eled the rise in Halloween's celebrate Halloween this year, appeal because consumers whether by walking their kids love sharing information, aroundtheblock forfreecan- photos and videos of their Haldy, carving a pumpkin for the loween costumes,decorations window or donning a costume and night-on-the-town escafor a neighborhood party. pades, analysts said. Once mostly the purview When people were asked of children, Halloween has where they look for inspiragrown into a major consumer tion for costumes, the webholiday that now includes sites Facebook and Pinterest 18- to 34-year-old millennials each drew 13 percent of the and older adults who seize responses, the National Retail the opportunity for a night of Federation said. escapism. Nearly one-third of conwith superheroes," Robles said

Trisha Lombardo, a spokes-

woman for Spirit Halloween, which has 1,150 temporary stores that operate just for the

Halloween season. Consumers altogether will spend $6.9 billion on Halloween this year, or an average of $74.34 each, the National

sumers said they looked

online overall for Halloween costumes. "I post stuff after I pick

out my outfit," especially on Facebook and Instagram, said



be vulnerable. Don't just sign your receipt, was the message of its initial warning. Use your PIN with 0











"these cards can still be targeted by fraud." But the FBI had to reverse

field a bit this past week: It use PINs. The newly designed chips



cards are known as EMV, a

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Hand out candy 44.8%

Dress in costume


Carve a pumpkin Throwialtend parly ~

formation about a person' s creditcard account,ifhacked, from being used to replicate a counterfei tcardform ore purchases. U.S. banks were supposed to issue new chip-installed cards by Oct. 1 to avoid fraud liability. The microchip has already been in use in Europe and elsewhere around the

31 5%

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Visit haunted-house attraction


Halloween's rank amongU.S.holiday spending

The recent hacks of Target, Neiman Marcus and other big

In billions Winter holidays**


Mother's Day /$21.2

Easter /$16.4

based on an annual survey conducted by the research

Jeff Green,aPhoenix-based retail consultant. "The growth

retailers have drawn atten-

tion to how widespread credit card fraud has become. In 2012, of 23.8 billion

credit card transactions, 13.5 million, or 5.68 percent, were fraudulent, according to a

study by the Federal Reserve

Father's Day ($12.7

System. The same study also

Halloween ( $6 g

that's occurred in Halloween

credit card fraud. The technology in the cards enables it to block in-


Take children trick-or-treating

ny — MasterCard and Visa security system for detecting


Decorate home/yard

partnership of Europay — a European credit card compato establish an international

Top ways consumers will celebrate this year:

"has been exponential," said

spending over the last 10 years has almost mirrored that of the growth in social media."

the new chip cards because

turns out that most of the new chip cards in the U.S. don' t


friends post things." The impact of social media

er, in 2012 but still more than



Retail Federation estimates

$8 billion, or $79.82 a consum-


Consumeraverage Halloween spending

Valentine's Day / $18.g

That's down from a peak of

sumers a week ago that new microchip-installed credit and debit cards designed to better thwart fraud might still

to see what's out there and my

firm Prosper Insights & Analytics.

First, the agency told con-

Jessica Medina, 33, as she

shopped at the Spirit Halloween store. "I also search online

WASHINGTON — The FBI took a step backward over the past week in the effort to

combatcreditcard fraud.

interest in Halloween has

Halloween. "His dad is really obsessed

"It's not just for kids trick-

An estimated t57 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this


surged over the last decade,

or-treating anymore," said

Halloweenspending unmasked

swath across the retail and

as she hands out candy on

*Ess mate ** Includes Christmas and Thanksgiving Sources: National Retail Federation,Prosper Insights & Analytics

Graphic: James Peltz, Angelica Quintero, Los Angeles Times/TNS

showed that only 2.72 percent of debit, prepaid and ATM transactions, which require PINs, were fraudulent. The Federal Reserve found

that fraud was more pronounced among signature

Surprise:Facebookwants youalwayson Facebook By Hayley Tsukayama

titask while watching video

The Washington Post

and save videos to watch

Thereseems tobealot going on at the big blue social network these days. A spate of headlines from the

for later. Per the blog post announcing the effort, Face-

past several weeks have outa real-time news tool that

cial network just for videos: "This new videos section helpspeople discover,w atch and share videos on Face-

could kill Twitter. Facebook's testing shopping products

book that are relevant to them. It can be accessed by

that could take on Amazon.

Facebook's making its own

tapping a 'Videos' icon at the bottom of the Facebook app


on iPhone or in the 'Favorites'

On Friday, thecompany officially shared news on its video plans, saying it's testing

section on the left-hand side of News Feed on the web." What is going on? Well, it' s all part of Facebook's really open and not-at-all secret

lined some very ambitious plans: Facebook is building

"new video experiences" for

its mobile and desktop versions. These include features on the site that will suggest

related videos, let users mul-

book is also launching a new, dedicated section on the so-

plan to take over the world-

by supplanting the Web with its own applications as much

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I(inks being worked out for new chip credit cards

as possible. Facebook is actually in a pretty good position to do this, at least in the United

States. Americans spend far more time using apps than they do the mobile Web; according to a July report from Yahoo's mobile analytics

firm Flurry, we spend 90 percent of our mobile time in an app. A full 19 percent of that

Oculus, for example, all give the company a chance to

control more of what we do online, beyond the boundariesof shares and likes

"Facebook used to be a single blue app that did lots of different things," Zuckerberg said at last year's f8. "Now Facebook is a family of apps." With its built-in access to

your preferences and your time is devoted solely to using friends' preferences,asw ell Facebook. as the social power of being Facebook has made no able to see what friends are bones about its plans for watching, the potential is expansion; Facebook's Mark

and prepaid transactions

than among those that used PIN numbers. "The percentage of signature transactions that were fraudulent was more than seven times that of PIN transactions in 2011," it stated.

The "chip-and-PIN" meth-

od is the best security tech-

nology available, according to Brian Dodge, executive vice president of the Retail In-

dustry Leaders Association, a trade group. He said banks that issue credit cards do not issue PINs with them, and

card networks do not require PINs because there is no in-

centive for them to do so. One of the two main card

certainly there for Facebook's

networks, MasterCard, al-

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consumers to choose between

signing or entering a PIN when using the EMV chip, said Carolyn Balfany, a MasterCard senior vice president.

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Earthquakepanel at TowerTheatre Geology, emergency and preparednessexperts will host apanel discussion about the Great CascadiaEarthquake andits impact on Central Oregon at 7p.m. Tuesday attheTower Theatre. The program, titled "Shaken III: Whatare You andYour Business Doing to Prepare?,"will address howpeople and businessescanprepare for the major earthquake predicted to hit Oregon in the next 50years, according to anews release. The panel includes Oregon StateUniversity-Cascadesinstructor and geologist Daniele McKay, whostudies Central Oregonvolcanoes and has workedwith Deschutes County, the Oregon Office ofEmergency Management, Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilienceand the RedCross onnatural hazard preparedness and mitigation issues. Kelley Okolita, director of Disaster Management Services atCambia Health Solutions, and Nathan Garibay,emergency service manager for the DeschutesCounty Sheriff's Office, will also speak at theevent. The event is freeand includes anaudience question-and-answer session. Fortickets and more information, visit www.towertheatre.org. Contact: 541-749-

Photos by Joe Kline i The Bulletin

Kim Kelley sings during an audition at the first Make-A-Band event last week at Silver Moon Brewing in Bend. The event will conclude in a showcase in November where the musicians picked by producers to form bands will have s chance to win awards.

• Make-A-Bandbrings Bendmusicianstogether in an event that updatesthe battle-of-the-bands model


Cancer event

By Brian McElhineye The Bulletin

raises $6,MO The PressOn:Moving Lives ThroughCancer fundraiser atAtlas Cider Company onOct. 10 raised morethan$6,000 this month for Central Oregon cancersurvivorship programs. Despite Saturday's wet and windyweather, Atlas sold enoughcider to donate morethan $2,200 in sales tocomplement the morethan $4,000 raised byarea sponsors. "The weather didn't completely cooperate with us, but Press On still drew hundreds ofpeople to celebratecancer survivorship in ourcommunity," local oncology physical therapist Meredith Wampler-Kuhnsaid in a press release. In conjunction with Atlas CiderCompany, local health careandfitness groupsparticipated in Press Onbydrawing attention to thewaysin which movementand exercise play apositive role in the lives ofthose touched bycancer.

had Campbell faced a tough decision. The Prineville-based multiinstrumentalist and singer stood behind a keyboard onstage at Silver Moon Brewing. He had just finished auditioning at the first Make-A-Band

spotlight event. Nearly 20 musicians who tried out each played for tlute minutes, hoping to impress one of seven teams of producers seated in front of the stage. Campbell, who sang and playedpiano,managed to catch the ears of two produc-

er teams — locals Treason Sound Studio and Pennsylvania-based musician and

producer Rod DeGeorge. By the time Campbell finished playing, the buttons on those producers' respectivetables were lit up, indicating they wanted Campbell for their

own band. After a few questions and some stressful deliberation

onstage, Campbell made his choice: DeGeorge. "I got to talk to the one I

If youoo What:Make-A-Band showcase event When:6 p.m. Nov.21 Where:TowerTheatre Cost:$22 Contact:www.make-aband.corn, www.towertheatre.org or 541-317-0700 they wanted to make, and

(DeGeorge) wants to see what the parts bring forward." Make-A-Band, an event

as the name suggests, involvesproducers assembling bands to perform 25-minute sets during a showcase event at Tower Theatre on Nov. 21.

The bands — and the individual musicians within each band — can win awards such

as studio time, musical equipment or a massage. Or, as Make-A-Band Pro-

ducer Jennifer Myer puts it: "We don'tsay 'compete,'we say 'collaborate.' We do not

say 'vote,' we say 'award.'" Breaking Free Media ran the Last Band Standing bat-

started by Cottage Grovebased entertainment agency Breaking Free Media, is an updated version of the traditional battle-of-the-bands

tle of the bands for six years in Oregon, Washington and California. The agency found the typical battle-of-the-

model. Rather than estab-

of a popularity contest, rather than rewarding actual talent,

seemed like they have more

lished bands competing for a top prize based on audience

of a preconceived idea of what

participation, Make-A-Band,

chose a little bit beforehand," Campbell said after stepping off stage. "I got a little bit of

a vibe of where he's coming from. And the other guys, no offense to them at all, but it

bands model to be too much

according to Myer. SeeMake-A-Band/D5

Ben Larson sings during s Make-A-Band audition. Larson wss

initially passed up but later picked up by aproducer team.

Locavore tohost communitydinner Central OregonLocavore, a nonprofit organization that promotes local, sustainable food, will host its quarterly farm-to-table dinner from 6 to 9 p.m.Oct. 24atits

By Mac McLean

instead of screams and rattling

Those years also were marred

market, 1216 NEFirst St.

The Bulletin

The event, called the Root DownCommunity Supper, will feature dishes madebylocalchefs Bethlyn RiderandNik Ragazzo, including spicy Calabrian sausageand polenta, eggplant soup, pumpkin salad, Italian meatballs andgnocchi, roasted squash,and mascarponecanolis. Tickets are$40 for Locavore members;$45 for nonmembersandare available atcentraloregonlocavore.org or atthe market. Proceedswill benefit Locavore.

chains. These ghosts might

Vanessa Ivey knows Bend's ghosts and its history.

make a statement by shutting

with tragedy. In 1918, a devastating Spanish influenza

— Bulletin staff reports

Historical haunts: Bendwalking tour reveals ghost tales So when the Des Chutes

Historical Museum manager combines the two for the an-

off your music or taking down a outbreak killed nearly 4,000 picture. At least one ghost likes Oregonians in less than six to tease by hiding things. months. While these tales are fun for

nual historical haunts walking

the Halloween season, it's also

tour in downtown Bend, it' s

a chance for local historians to talk about a little-known

like taking a class designed to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. "People love hearing these stories," Ivey said. The ghosts featured on this tour aren't malevolent spirits

like the ones in "The Exorcist" or "Poltergeist" that gave Generation X nightmares as chil-

dren. Bend's spirits are a playful lot who spook folks with

laughter and random noises

Two spirits that haunt the

rounded the city's connection to the railroad and the rest of

Des Chutes Historical Museum — a businessman and a little girl who likely died during the outbreak — provide a glimpse into that moment in history. Ivey said they' ve been seen by museum guests and staff

the world in the 1910s.

alike and are often to blame for

part of the Bend's history — a population explosion that sur-

George and the girl

"little coincidence things people could explain but are super

During the early 1900s, Bend common. grew fast because the Great George Bernard Brosterhous Northern and Pacific railroads was a stone mason and a carhad made the small town more penter who ran a construction accessible and prosperous. business with his brother

But Ivey says some museum $20,000-contract the city issued visitors think he's watching Edward. Their firm won a

to build a new, modern school building in 1914 to teach chil-


dren moving to Bend during

up a small exhibit that included pictures of Brosterhous and

the mass migration.

About 10 years ago, Ivey set

The Reid School was named after Ruth Reid, the city's first school principal. The 10-dassroom building operated for 65 years. It was leased to the De-

other dignitaries who were involved in the building's

schutes County Historical Soci-

scare while playing a grand piano on the museum's first floor. Ivey said the piano player noticed an older gentleman was watching her practice

ety in 1979 and later converted into the history museum where Ivey works. Unfortunately, Brosterhous never witnessed any of this building's construction. He fell

three stories down a gaping hole where the staircase would eventually go and died June 1, 1914.


Soon after, a musician visited the museum and got a brief

from the other side of a room.

She tried finding the man, saw Brosterhous' picture hanging on the wall, and asked a county employee where she could find hi. SeeGhosts /D4


Unseat e statueo Jesusins ires aris tore ui a ter ire put out shortly before 9 a.m., Langford said. No one was

family and other parishioners

Chicago Tribune

injured, but dozens of women

CHICAGO — Hours after the last flames had been put

and children were evacuated from a shelter next door.

over the years, which included cleaning and making altar

By Alexandra Chachkevitch and Grace Wong

helped with restoration work clothes. She said the church

out, a firefighter walked down Officials said "spontaneous the blackened steps of Shrine combustion" in rags used to of Christ the King Church on a apply floor stain started the recent Wednesday and handed fire. Langford said workers over a statue covered in gold had been varnishing the floor vestments and topped with a the night before. crown. Deputy Commissioner John The statue, known as the McNicholas of the Fire DepartDivine Infant Jesus, was made ment said the fire may have in Spain in the 1700s. It was

gone unnoticed for some time

presented to the 92-year-old church in Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood 10 years ago after the church was spared the wrecking ball and the parish began the long work of restoration.

before the department was alerted. Crews had to fight the

Smudged but otherwise un-

was about to start work on getting permanent heating. On the day before the fire,

workers were remodeling the floor until late into the evening, nr 1

according to fire officials and Raciunas. "It was beautiful inside," she

said. "Fabric covered holes in the walls from the previous fire. ... And there were still some burn marks. But it was


fire from outside because it

Raciunas said she was on

had spread across the roof and there were fears the roof might

her way to 8 a.m. Mass when she got a text from a friend

cave in.

telling her about the fire. "I know it's a building, but it is

Firefighters directed jets of water from the top of tower

damaged, the statue survived ladders. Water cascaded down our home," she said, wiping an extra-alarm fire overnight the sides of the stone building, Phil Velaaquez / Chicago Tribune / TNS away tears. "We' re just always that was touched off by ren- washing over the columns and In the aftermath of a morning fire that destroyed a good section of Shrine of Christ the King Church in here.™ ovation work and severely the statues of four saints above Chicago, the church's Divine Infant Jesus statue was found intact. She said her husband and their eight children have regudamaged theroof and interior, the entrance. larly attended church services according to fire officials. To A group of eight to 10 peothe priests of the parish, it sym- ple dressed in black cassocks ish will still have Masses and who was a student of Frank church andcelebratethe Mass for the past nine years. Her only son is an altar boy at the bolized their intent to rebuild stood praying in a small grassy carry on other services. Lloyd Wright's Prairie School in Latin. "The message is that you of architectural design. again. area acrossfrom the entrance. The church was reopened church. When the family first "The statue is the spiritual Huddled nearby were dozens need to have Good Friday A fire in the late 1970s de- as the Shrine of Christ the started attending, services centerpiece of our shrine and of women and children evacu- before you can have Easter stroyed much of the interior of King as the order launched were held in the basement. The statue recovered from its community, so people really ated from St.Martin de Porres Sunday," Talarico said with a the neo-Renaissance church an initial fundraising drive to spiritually identify with it," said House of Hope. laugh. and repairs were slow. By collect nearly $6 million for the church was placed in the "We' re not starting all over 2002, parishioners numbered the work. Cost estimates rose rectory, where the priests live "They were afraid the winthe Rev. Matthew Talarico. "It's iconic to symbolize all dows would explode," said again. This is just another around 100, and the Chicago to $9 million as the work was and where Masses will be the work and the mission that Sister Therese O' Sullivan, chapter. Our community is Catholic Archdiocese decided parceled outover more than held once fire officials give the all-clear. we do at the church," he said. who co-founded the shel- here, and we will continue to to close it. 10 years. "It's important that people see ter. "I'm devastated. This is move forward step by step The statue is central to the A year later, a demolition I n D ecember 2 007, t h e thatthishas been preserved devastating." together. Sometimes circum- crew arrived to begin discon- church was temporarily fit- church's services. Each month from past years, and this is A firefighter gathered the stances like this bring people necting gas and power, but ted with donated pews and on the 25th, the statue leads a the first step on the journey women and children and es- even closer together because crew members ran into Sister temporary altars, along with procession of children, Talariforward and that Christ is still corted them to a warming bus that common goal r eally Connie Driscoll, who ran the rented heating, according to co said. "A lot o f c h ildren identiwith us." on the other side of the church. unites us in Christ and with shelter next door and rushed its website, which added: "The The first fire crews were Some of thewomen picked each other. out to stand in their way. The restoration of this magnificent fy with this statue," he said. "We won't miss a beat," he delay gave supporters time to church for permanent use is "They' ve seen it, they' ve been alerted about 5:45 a.m. that up their children as they morning, and the blaze was stepped over streaming wa- said, noting that the church challenge the demolition per- entirely dependent on the gen- up close to it. Jesus is one quickly raised to a 3-11 alarm, ter. One firefighter picked up has escaped d estruction mit and eventually save the erous donation of the needed of them. So to see Jesus last through this fire, he's still with sending 150 firefighters to the a child and carried him across before. church. funds." church along with extra equip- the street from the parking lot. The c h urch, f o r merly Mayor Richard Daley sided Tuckpointinghadbeen com- them. That's a beautiful mesment to fight flames that were Inside the church, charred known as St. Gelasius, was with the preservationists, and pleted and a new roof built, Ta- sage of hope. And hopefully already shooting through the rubblecovered the floor,and built by the Calced Carmel- the archdiocese announced larico said. Still on the drawing in the future trials they might roof, according to Chicago Fire water soaked the walls and ite Order in 1923 and once in early 2004 that it was turn- board: new floors, heating and have in their lives as adults, Department spokesman Larry pillars inside. Most of the roof housed a national shrine to St. ing the church over to the In- cooling, and plumbing. "These they' ll remember that Jesus is Langford. was gone. Therese of Lisieux, according stitute of Christ the King, an are million-dollar steps," he always with us in difficult moments such as what we' ve exPart of the roof had colBut Talarico remained posi- to the church's website. It was order of priests based in Italy said. lapsed by the time the fire was tive, emphasizing that the par- designed by Henry Schlacks, that planned to renovate the Nicole Raciunas, 45, said her perienced today."

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62425 EagleRoad,Bend;541-3825822 or www.eastmontchurch.corn. EMMAUSLUTHERANCHURCH, LCMS:Pastor David Poovey; 9:15 a.m. Bible study, 10:30a.m. worship; SERVICES 2175 SWSalmon Ave., Redmond; ANTIOCH CHURCH:Pastor Pete Kelly; 541-548-1473. "Obadiah — Minor Prophets, Part FATHER'S HOUSECHURCH:Pastor 5";10a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Monday Randy Wills; "The BigBoom," part of high school youth group; 7 p.m. the series "TheStory"; 10a.m. Sunday; Wednesday junior high youth group; 7 p.m. Wednesdayyouth group; 61690 BendHighSchool,230NESixth Pettigrew Road,Bend; 541-382-1632 St., Bend; 541-318-1454 or www. or www.fathershouse.church. antiochchurch.org. THE FELLOWSHIPATBEND: Loren BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Anderson; "Making It Right," based Pastor Dave Miller; "Time Is Just on Genesis 33;10a.m. Sunday; 6 AboutUp,"based on Revelation p.m. Sunday youth group; 21530 3:1; 10 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Butler Market Road, Bend;541-385Wednesday 4Twelve Youth Group; 3100 or www.tfab.corn. 19831 Rocking Horse Road, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BEND:Steven Bend; 541-382-6006 or www. Koski; "Do You Want to BeWell?" bendchristianfellowship.corn. based onJohn 5:1-13; 9a.m. and10:45 BENDCHURCHOFTHENAZARENE: a.m. Sunday: 6p.m.Sunday TAP;230 Pastor Virgil Askren; "NewCommands NE Ninth St., Bend;541-382-4401 or and a NewCovenant," based on www.bendfp.org. Exodus 19-40; 10:15a.m. Sunday; 9 FOUNDRY CHURCHOFBEND: Trevor a.m. (Hispanic service) Sunday;1270 Waybright; "A MessageFromGod," NE 27th St., Bend; 541-382-5496 or based onJudges 3:12-30; 10:15a.m. www.bendnaz.or g. Sunday; 60 NWOregon Ave., Bend; BEREANBIBLECHURCH: 10:30 541-382-3862 or www.foundrybend. a.m. Sunday;10:30 a.m. Thursday Org. Bible study; 2378 SW Glacier GRACEBIBLECHURCHOFBEND: Place; Redmond; 541-504-2618 or Pastor Phil Kooistra; "JesusWeeps berea nbiblechurchredm ondoregon. Over Jerusalem," based onLuke wordpress.corn 19:41-44; 10a.m. Sunday; 5:30 p.m. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH Sunday youth group; 63945OldBend AT SUNRIVER:Guest speaker Redmond Highway,Bend; 541-728Missionary GregGarison; "Gospel 3897 or www.gracebibleofbend.org. Worthiness," part of the series "To GRACEFIRSTLUTHERANCHURCH: Live Is Christ," based onPhilippians Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "Reaching 1:27-30; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 1Theater Critical Mass" and "Special Places"; Drive, Sunriver; 541-593-8341 or 9:30a.m.Sunday;2265 NW Shevlin www.cbchurchsr.org. Park Road, Bend;541-382-6862 or COMMUNITY OFCHRIST: www.gracefirstluthe ran.org. Evangelist Laurie Gordon; "Make Me HOLY COMMUNIONEVANGELICAL a Servant," based on Mark10:35-45; CATHOLICCHURCHOFBEND: 11 a.m. worship; 10 a.m. classes for Father Jim Radloff; "God at Work"; all ages; 10:45 a.m. praise singings 9a.m. and 5 p.m.Sunday; Bend or meditation music Sunday; 20380 Senior Center1600 SEReedMarket Cooley Road, Bend; 541-388-1011 or Road, Bend;541-408-9021 or info© www.bendcommunityofchrisf.org. holycommunionbenderg. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN MISSIONCHURCH BEND CAMPUS: CHURCH: Rev. RobAnderson; "Any Pastoral staff; "Living in a ¹Selfie Last Words?" based onPhilippians World, Part 6"; 5:30 p.m.today; 9a.m. 2:5-11; 9a.m. and11 a.m. Sunday; and10:45a.m.Sunday;onlineatwww. 11 a.m. Sundayhigh school youth experiencethehighlife.tv 9 a.m.and group; 6 p.m.W ednesdaymiddle 10:45 a.m.Sunday;2221 NEThird school youth group; 529 NW19th St., St., Bend; 541-306-6209 or www. Redmond; 541-548-3367 or www. experiencethehighlife.corn. redmondcpc.org. MOST SACREDHEART,ROMAN CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: CATHOLICCHAPEL:Father Bernard; The Rev.Willis C. Jenson; "Rich or Traditional Catholic Latin Mass; 9a.m. Poor, Joy in This Life Is theSaving Sunday, confessions heardbefore Knowledge of God,TheGospel," Mass; 1051 SW Helmholtz Way, based on Ecclesiastes 5:20; 11a.m. Redmond; 541-548-6416. Sunday; 10 a.m.Sunday school; NATIVITYLUTHERANCHURCH Terrebonne GrangeHall, 828611th ELCA:Pastor Chris Kramer; "Sundays St., Terrebonne; 541-325-6773 or www.lutheransonline.corn/ After Pentecost," based onIsaiah concordialutheranmission. 53:4-12, Psalm91:9-16, Hewbrews 5:1-10 andMark10:35-45; 9 a.m. EASTMONT CHURCH:Pastor Blaine Braden; "Christ In Culture"; 8:30 a.m. informal worship, 11a.m. formal

worship Sunday; 10a.m. Wednesday Bible study; 7 p.m. Thursday fall class; 60850 Brosterhous Road,Bend;541388-0765 or www.nativityinbend.





NEW CREATIONSLIFE CENTER CHURCH:Pastor Arthur Wilder; 10 a.m. Sunday; 6:30 p.m.Wednesday iLoveyouthgroup;240 SW Seventh St., Redmond; 541-548-6246 or www.newclc.corn. NEWPORTAVENUECHURCHOF CHRIST:DeanCatlett; "Living a Three Dimensional Life," basedon 1 Corinthians 9:24-27; 10:45a.m. Sunday worship; 6 p.m.Sunday devotional service; 6 p.m.Wednesday adult Bible study; 554 NW Newport Ave., Bend.; 541-382-5242 or www. churchofchristbendoregon.corn.

WOMEN OFFAITH FAREWELL TOUR WEBCAST: Celebrate 20years in this final event, Womenof Faith Farewell Tour; 8:30 a.m.; $20;Powell Butte Christian Church, 13720Highway126, Powell Butte; 541-548-3066. MARRIAGE WORKSHOP:FamilyLife "I Still Do" simulcast marriageone-day event; powerful, practical, Biblical

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

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

You AreThe Most Important Part of Our Services

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

"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confucianism

"Star 8 Crescent" Islam

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REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1865 W Antler• Redmond • 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS

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

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

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10:30 Contemporary Service Worship Center 10:30 Traditional Service Historic Chapel Nursery F Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair and Trey Hinkle 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.corn

HOLY COMMUNION CHURCH "Catholicism the way you

always wished it could be" FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St.• 541-382-6100

Father Jim Radloff Father Mark Hebert SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE 9:00 am Traditional Catholic Music 5:00 pm Contemporary Christian Music Bend Senior Center 1600 SE Reed Market Road

Weekday Mass In our new Chapel in the Church Office Monday at 7:00 am with Fr Mark Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at noon with Fr Jim

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service F Sunday School: 10 am Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided. Reading Room: 1563 NW First St. Tues. through Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm Open briefly after Sunday Service


We invite you to join us this weekend! Come as you are, and bring the whole family. Experience loving, life-changing community. Learn more about who Jesus is, and the life that he offers to each of us. We havetwo venues thatmeet on Sunday

mornings, offering distinct music styles. Traditional Hymn Service - 8:30am Senior Adult Classes - 10:00 am Upper Campus Contemporary Service - 10:00am Children's Ministry from Nursery-5th Grade Lower Campus

62425 Eagle Road 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.corn

Lovinglyhelping peopleeverywhere becomeJrrly devotedfollowersof Jesus FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 21129 Reed Market Rd. Bend, OR 97702 541-382-6081

Thomas L. Counts, Pastor

With Father Jim Wednesdays

Morning Study: 10-11:30am Evening Study: 7-8:30 pm at the Church Office Beginning October 28 "The Acts of the Apostles" will be studied.

(Nursery available) SUNDAY

Sunday School - 9:45am (Bible Classes for all ages) Prayer Time - 10:40am Worship - 10:50am Evening Bible study - 6:00pm Evening Worship - 7:00pm WEDNESDAY

Ladies Bible Study - 10:00am Bible Study and Prayer - 7:00pm

www.fmbcbend.org FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon Ave, 541-382-3862 Pastor Trevor Waybright

SundaySchoolclassesare at9:00 am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am This Sunday, Trevor Waybright will be continuing in the series "The Gospel According to Judges". For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities, Call 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH

3100SW Highland Ave.,• Redmond 541-548-4161• hbcredmond.org Lead Pastor Dr. Barry Campbell Worship Saturday 7 P.M. Worship Sunday 8, 9:30 8 11 A.M.

Sunday small groups, all ages 9:30 8 I I A.M.

Children's Worship, preschool thru 5th grade 11 A.M. Family Night Wednesdays Sept. 16 — Nov. 18, 2015 5-5:45 PM. Dinner 6-7:30 PM.Small group studies for afl ages Babies through adult

Celebrate Recovery Tuesdays, 6:30 PM.

You' re invited to the following events

or drop off at the Church Office

2nd Tuesday of each month Next Session — November 10 Falling Upward by Richard Rohr Contact prayerCeholycommunionbend.org for more information

(across from Croutons) Contact us (541) 408-9021 InfoCaholycommunlonbend.org www.holycommunionbend.org

16137 Burgess Rd Tuesday Mass 6 pm, Wednesday and Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass - 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays -3:00 -4:00 pm

DIRECTORY LISTING Effective May J, 2015 4 SaturdayS and TMC: $125 5 SaturdayS and TMC: $150

The Bulletin: EVery Saturday On the church page. $25 Copy Changes: by 5 PIVI Tuesday

Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm "We are a church family, centered on the Eucharist, living and sharing our faith and God-given talents and gifts." ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street MASSES Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday- 7:30 am F 10:00 AM Domingo 12:30 - Misa en Espanol

Wednesday Noon Eucharist (in the Trinity chapel — please use St. Helens St. entrance) Youth Events: www.facebook.corn/BendYouthCollective

541-382-5542 469 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701

541 NE DeKalb Ave. 541-389-8888 Ext. 200

All Services held at our Dedicated Synagogue Building

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: Services, religious education for children and adults, Hebrew school, Torah study, social action projects and social activities Rabbi Johanna Hershenson SERVICES Saturday, October 24 at 9:00am — Shabbat TorahStudy Saturday, October 24 at 10:45 am — Shabbat Torah Service Friday, October 30 at 7:00 pm — Erev Shabbat Service Every Monday 12:-00-1:00 pmWeekly Torah Study Call for information 8 location

For the complete schedule of Services and Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

Sunday Worship: Sunday School at 10:00 AM Worship Service at 11:00 AM For Both Childrenrrnd Adults

First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street 541-388-8826


MISSION (LCMS) Themission of theCfrurcfi is Io forgivesinsIfironyfr the Gospe(aad thereby grant eternal iifn

For more Information: www.facebook.corn/ The SalvationArmyCentralOregon


St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession

Redmond, Oregon 97756

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Pastors Lts, Jeremy and Violet Aird

Father Todd Unger, Pastor

10 am Sunday School 11 am Divine Service


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

5:00 to 5:45 pm

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


The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor 8286 lith Street (Grange Hall) Terrebonne, OR

www.lutheransonline.corn/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773

Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am, Pastor Randy Myers

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CHRISTIAN I.IFE CENTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20, Bend 541.389.8241

Sunday o Mrning Worship 8;45 AM and 10:45 AM

WednesdayMid-Week Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 PM

Nursery Care Provided for All Services Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur

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 fellowship after each service M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wednesday Bible Study at noon 3rd Thursday Women' s Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rd Tuesday Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach 1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.corn Mennonite


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

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor 9;00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children 8 Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship Fellowship following both services. Youth Group: 10:30am Sunday for Middle and High School Youth Mondays 6;30 pm Centering Prayer Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondcpc.org FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BEND

230 NE Ninth, Bend (Across Ninth St, from Bend High) Embodying Spacious Christianity

Finding Life's Answers in God's Questions Do You Want To Be Well? Preaching is Steven Koski 9:00am contemporary service, Sanctuary 10:45am traditional service, Sanctuary 6:00-7:00pm TAP, Heritage Hall Nursery care provided for all services The Wisdom of Listening October 19, 7:00-8:30pm, Sanctuary.

Discerning God'sVoice facilitated by Barry Heath. Registration strongly encouraged at 541 382 4401 or receptionCabendfp.org. Faith Shift Book Discussion

Wednesdays through November 18, Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994

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 FELLOWSHIP

At La Roca Church 1155 SW Division, ¹D8, Bend Saturday 12:00 - 3:00 pm Worship/Dance - Study - Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshiping in Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337 Children Welcome www.livingtorahfellowship.corn

6:00-7:30pm First Presbyterian Library Many ofuswho have found a Spacious Christianity have made a significant faith shift in our journey. This journeycanbe complex and confusing. Join Pastor lenny and Brad Emerson in a book study of a new book exploring this journey called "Faith Shift: Finding Your Way Forward. "When Everything You Believe is Coming Apart" by Kathy Escobar. Register and direct any questions to Jenny

Warner at jwarner@bendfp.org or 541 382 4401. TAP

Join us for this new worship experience and place of belonging for those who might otherwise never set foot in a traditional church service. Local beers & kombucha on tap to enjoy before, during and after the service Contact Morgan Schmidt at mschmidtCebendfp.org with questions. For more: bendtap.corn and facebook corn/bendtap Labyrinth Moonset 8 Moonrise Walks Meet others at the labyrinth just below First Presbyterian's parking lot for a meditative walk. October 27, 8:00pm. Find more at bendfp.org. 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend, 541.382.4401

www.bendfp.org www.facebook.corn/bendfp YouthEvents:www.facebook.corn/ bendyouthcollective


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(In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW BondStreet Bend, OR 541. 382. 1672

Everyone is Welcome! Rev Dave Beckett Sermon: "Living the Life: Cooperate With God" Scripture: Psalm 84

Sermon Idea: Sometimes, it feels like we take God to others. What changes if we believe God is already there?. 9:00am - Contemporary Service

Sunday School during the 9am service 11:00am - Traditional Service

Childcare provided *During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Dave Beckett flrstchurch@bendumc.org

Sunday, October 18 at 10:30AM "Mission Renewal and the Power of Not Overthinking" Rev. Antonia Won UUFCO has begun a multi-month process of discerning a new mission. How timely is our October them of "renewal" ? This morning's service will set the stage for the day' s congregational workshop as we turn from looking back to imagining our future. Religious Exploration K-2 will read "To Every Thing There is a Season" and talk about the idea of cycles: life cycles we all experience, and cycles bigger than us and continuing after us. Grades 3-5 will begin the UU 'Tapestry of Faith curriculum: "Sing To The Power", exploring the relationship between the first (inherent worth

of every person) and seventh (interconnected web of aff existence) UU Principles. Grades 6-8 will explore fundamental aspects of Hinduism and talk about the parallels between Hinduism and Unitarian Universalism. Meeting place: 61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend 97703 Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR97709 www.uufco.org (541) 385-3908

Unless otherwise noted, all services are held at the

Weekly Programs: Tuesday Youth Night at 5:00 PM Wednesday Women's Group at 9:30 AM Thursday Men's Group at 2:00 PM

Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Saturday 8:30 - 9:30 AM

Sunday, November 1st — Concert with Cantorial Soloist Alisa Fineman and Kimball Hurd $18 Suggested Donation. Vegetarian Pot Luck 4 to 5PM Followed by Concert from 5 to 7PM

school and I-Iebrew School Classes begin week of 10/4


Exposition 8 Benediction Monday-Friday after 7;00 AM Mass to 6:00 PM Tuesday (Family Holy Hour) 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

November Sunday, November 1st — Community Sunday School 10-12:30

Registration beginning now for Sunday

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH Corner of Franklin and Lava MASSES Saturday 8:00 am Sunday 4:30 pm Monday - Friday 7:00 am 8 12:15 pm


Services Friday, October 23rd - Friday Evening Service - 6pm — Parshat Lech L'cha

21555 Modoc Lane (Comer of Ward and Modoc in Bend) unless otherwise noted.

www.trinitybend.org www.facebook.corn/TrinityBend ministryCatrinitybend.org

Reconciliation Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

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

Call Pat Lynch 541-383-0396 PlynCh@bendbulletin.Com

Potluck Suppers, Centering Prayer, Outreach, Music, Book Discussions, "Spirit"ed Conversations, Justice and Eco-Justice Activities, Women's Group and more...

Rev. Julian Cassar Pastor Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541-382-3631

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Torah Study Every Saturday M orningta 10 AM, unless otherwise noted

Friday, November 6th — Friday Evening Service 6PM.

Sunday Services: 8am and 10;15am Sunday Adult Forum: 9:15am Childcare available both services


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For more information www.miraclesinyourlife.org www.eckankar.org www.eckankar-oregon.org 541-728-6476

The Rev. Jed Holdorph II, Rector

Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm

Sunday Worship Services at 8:30 F 11:00 am Sunday School for all ages at 10:00 am Children's Room available during services

Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd., Bend, OR 97701

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Worship in the Heart of Redmond

Rabbi Jay Shupack-

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH We are4 community of Christians wfrowelcome

18143 Cottonwood Rd. Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Sunday Mass 8:00 am


We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you' re interested in learning the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at:


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

(Jewish Community of Central Oregon)

Bend's First Resident Rabbi Rebbitzin - Judy Shupack

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www.clcbend.corn Men's Bible Study "Reformation Roots" Wednesday 8:00 a.m.

We Welcome Newcomers, Interfaith Families and Jews by Choice Participation Encouraged For information, call 541-385-6421 Please Visit: www.jccobend.corn

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Women's Bible Study "Men of the Bible" Tuesday 9:30 a.m.

'Spiritual Discussion' "Transforming Your Life with the Light and Sound of God" Thurs. Oct. 29, 6:30-7:30pm

With guest speaker Rodney Jones, Eckankar Clergy, Jazz guitarist from New York City

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Latin Mass at I:00 PM Sunday, October 18.


October 18, 2015 at Westside Church - SISTERSCAMPUS Pastor Bo Stern will share the message titled "Love Does II Love Waits" at 9 and 10;45am on Sunday at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.

VETERAN'S MINISTRY November 8 - Food Drive Bring non-perishable items to Mass

Bus available for Sundays WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

October 18, 2015 at Westside Church - SOUTH CAMPUS Pastor Bo Stern will share the message, titled "Love Does II Love Waits" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE 3rd St., Bend.

Experience the Lightand Sound ofGod "Leam to go inside yourself, because this is October 18, 2015 Westside Church - ON THE RADIO the source of all truth. There are a lot Pastor Steve Mickel will share the of holy temples out here, but the most message titled "Love Does II A Better Way" sacred of all is the temple inside you, on the Heirbome radio show because this is where you meet with the at 8;00am Sundaymorning Holy Spirit, the Voice of God" on KBND-AM1110 Harold Klemp "Spiritual Experiences Guidebook"



Look forward to seeing you this Sunday!

October 17 8 18, 2015 at Westside Church - WEST CAMPUS Pastor Bo Stern will share the message titled "Love Does II Love Waits" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9 and 10:45am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

October 17 8 18, 2015 at Westside Church - ONLINE CAMPUS loin us at our online campus where Pastor Bo Stern will share the message titled "Love Does II Love Waits" at 6:30pm Saturday and 9 and 10:45am on Sunday at www.westsidelive.org

HEALING MASS October 25 Both Masses

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

Visit www.westsidechurch.org for service times and locations, or call 541-382-7504.


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BEND CHURCH OF THK NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 Street • 541-382-5496 Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 years - 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


AJIPeopleswalks in the footsteps of the first-renfury Christians —nochurch and nopastor! However,wewalk with a 21st century,progressiveviewpoint. Share thejourney with us. Worship is at 11 a.m. Or, come early at 10 a.m. for adult study and discussion On October 18th, APUCC meets at: The Juniper Room of Redmond's St. Charles Hospital 1253 NW Canal Blvd, Kingwood entrance.

On November 1st, you' ll find us at the same times and place. For details and possible help with car-pooling, email: allpeoplesuccCagmafl.corn website: www.allpeoples-ucc.org



Ghosts Continued from 01 "(The county e mployee) said: 'That's the man who was

watching you?"' Ivey said. The employee had to tell the pianist

she had just seen a ghost. The unnamed little girl is believed to be from the same time

as Brosterhous and tied to Reid School. She is described as 9 or 10 years old — which is old enoughforhertohaveattended the school — and wearing an

Photos courtesy of the Des Chutes Historical Museum and Society

George Brosterhous died while building the Reid School and is believed by some to haunt the building.


G ,LAgg

outfitfrom the 1910s or 1920s.

It's also possible she died in the influenza outbreak because 1909 to house his hardware the city used the Bend Ama-

store, the N. P. Smith Pioneer

teur Athletic Club Gymnasium, Hardware Store, and an upwhich was just across the street stairs apartment he and his from the Reid School, as a hospital that treated the victims

wife Cora called home.

and disposed of their bodies. "It's hard to say exactly why she's here," said Ivey, who really couldn't answer why the girl

when he moved to Bend and from that time was very active

"Mr. Smith was 34 years old



The N. P. Smith Pioneer Hardware Store was built in 1909 and was home to Nicholas P. Smith and his wife Cora. People haveattribut-

ed strange banging noises toCora, thoughthe current occupants of whatis now Lone Crow Bungalow, have never the heard sounds.

in business, civic and political

affairs, " reads a document describing the hardware store's died all the time back then." signiTicance in th e N ational Ivey knows the little girl' s Register of H i storic Places. ghost is around because she The entry then lists several of

was at the school. "Children

heard in the building long af- currence," said Chris Fisk, a ghost tour guide from Butte, 1955 might just be Cora in the Montana, who has appeared

ter Smith and his wife died in kitchen.

on reality t elevision shows

K ay L eTourneau, w h o can be heard giggling and run- Smith's accomplishments, in- opened her gift shop Lone Crow ningaround themuseum. cluding establishing a Knights Bungalow in the Smith's buildThe girl apparently also finds of Pythis lodge, serving with ing's first floor in 2001, said amusement in removing doc- the volunteer fire department, she's never heard the banging. uments from files when muse-

assisting with the effort to bring

um staff are looking for them a railroad to Bend, chairing the and then later puts those papers local Democratic Party, serving back, Ivey said. on the election board, serving

Nick andHugh

as a bailiff for the county court

and supervising the construcIvey's tour includes a pair of tion of Wall Street's first board buildings where two of Bend's sidewalks. most colorful founders — NichShedding a little bit of light olas P. Smith and Hugh O'Kane into the Smiths' personal life, — ran businesses that helped Ivey said Cora Smith would get the city weather this transfor- frustrated with her husband' s mational time. The first is a wood frame Smith built on Wall Street in

activities because he was often

working late and missed dinner. The banging sound people

"Haunted Collector" and "The Dead Files." "(Ghosts or spirits will) manipulate objects in our world simply as a way to prove that they' re there."

The world of science is cona few things where we' re like, stantly finding new animals, 'Ooh, how did that happen?'" learning about the basic strucLeTourneau said one event ture of the universe and makthat sticks out in her mind is a ing new breakthroughs such as morningwhen one of herem- the discovery of flowing water ployees opened the store and on Mars, Fisk said. Believing found a picture and painting in ghosts and other paranorhe hung on its walls the night mal beings fits nicely into the before lying face down on the ever-changing world view, he store's counter. The artwork said, because while science was undamaged by the fall, and hasn't proven they exist, it also the hook it hung from was still hasn't proven they don' t. securely fastened to the wall. Fisk also said weird incidents But she admitted, "We have had

"That's a very common oc-

such as the one LeTourneau

described often have simple owners to local politicians, the answers — maybe her employ- county government and the ee forgot to hang the painting local chapter of the Ku Klux beforehe leftw ork and created Klan, Ivey said. She refused the story about Smith's ghost to say which of these tenants to cover up the mistake — that was haunting th e O ' K ane doesn't involve the paranormal Building — wanting to keep at all. that information for the peoBut the more these incidents ple on her tour. She also would happen, he said, the harder it not confirm reports posted is to find an answer and "when to paranormal websites that you can't find an answer to be- describe people seeing smoke lieve in ... ghosts are a pretty in the building when there is good option." no fire or hearing voices and That's the case for Dee Long, footsteps when no one else is the owner of downtown Bend's around. La Magic Bakery and Cafe, Long said the only time she' s who has seen several odd in- seen smoke at th e O 'Kane stances over the past five years Building was when a nearby at her business in the O'Kane restaurant's cook forgot to turn off his fryer at the end of his Building. Located on the corner of shift. She has, however, heard Oregon and Bond streets, the reports from a few of her emO'Kane Building is a two-story, ployees that describe weird 26,000-square-foot commercial things nobody else can seem to structure O'Kane built out of explain. reinforced concrete, brick and One of these incidents inplaster in 1918 after his previ- volved a baker who was listenous two wood-framed office ing to some very loud music buildings burned to the ground. while working alone at the "Hugh O'Kane truly repre- store early one morning. Long sented the spirit of the western said this baker went outside to pioneer adventurer," reads a run a quick errand and was document that accompanies a little freaked out when she the O'Kane Building's entry came back to the bakery and in the National Record of His- found somebody or something toric Places. "(He played) just turned the music off. about every role imaginable: But that's nothing comenterpriser and builder, light- pared to what happened with a weight boxer, wrestler, foot contractor who stopped by the racer, sailor, filibusterer, miner, O'Kane Building so he could stagecoach driver, dispatch rid- hang up a new sign. Long said er among hostile Indians, race- the person was standing outhorse owner, horse trainer and side the bakery when he saw packer." the sign flip off the counter The O'Kane Building's ten- and land on the ground. ants were an equally colorful She added, "He pretty much crowd, and over the past 90 left and said, 'I'm done!'" years have included everyone — Reporter: 541-617-7816, from shopkeepers and theater m mclean@bendbulleti n.corn

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Make-A-Band Continued from 01 "We realized producing

night, a producer can still pick

munity was fired up about it. It

them long after they' ve completed their audition.

seemed alotmore professional than what I was expecting, and at the (showcase) event in downtown Eugene there was a huge turnout. I think everybody was kind of impressed and surprrsed.

Such was the case that first

c ompetitive series over t h e

night with Ben Larson, whose

yearsthatthere are a couple kinks in the model," Myer said. "One is music and arts are not a competition. Voting is based on popularity (at a battle of the bands), so we tried to change

gritty, piano-and-vocals take on Michael Buble's "Feeling

two elements to now w h at Make-A-Band is: It's more fo-

cused on collaborating and rewarding musicians for their individual talents."

Eugene hosted the first Make-A-Band in spring, with about 130 musicians signing up to audition. Myer said 118 musicians had signed up in Bend as of the first week of

spotlight events. The auditions, w hich beganOct.6 and take place Tuesdays and Thursdays at Silver Moon Brewing, conclude Thursday. The spotlight auditions are somewhat akin to "The Voice."

Good" earned him a spot with

one of the producer teams, a half-hour after the fact. Larson, who plays for the Antioch Church gatherings at Bend High School, didn't seem too concerned about initially not

Austin, who has lived and


j(, .r,,t,

played in Eugene his whole life, said he's already seen a positive influence on the local

I eeeeee

music scene there thanks to Make-A-Band.


"I think Eugene was getting kind of sleepy in the music scene, and (Make-A-Band) kind of lit a fire a little bit," he said. "I liked that there were mixed age groups, so you get young people who are really new at music and everything, playing with people who are significantly older with differ-

being chosen. "My thing is, it wasn't really about me," Larson said. "I

saw the website and I saw the video from Eugene, and it just seemed like such a cool com-

munity thing, like all these musicians getting together



and it's collaborative and it' s not intended to be 'American


Idol' where we' re all trying to

Joe Kline/The Bulletin

ent experience."

get rich and famous. It's like,

Chay Skrak sings during an audition at the first Make-A-Band event last week at Silver Moon Brewing let's be a community and let' s in Bend.

David Gillespie, lead singer, guitarist and trombonist of

be a town and play some music

local alt-rockers Bravey Don,


The seven bands formed over that.... I'm just looking which focused on singers ac- from these auditions will have for people that are really excitcompanying themselves on about a month to work up a ed and have a good positive enguitar, keyboard or a cappella, 25-minute set consisting of ergy, people who are looking drew working musicians and covers, original songs or both. to be coachable and are open bedroom belters, young and And just as the musicians have to going in a direction (that) a old. different reasons for audition- group as a total are into." Malachi Hooper, 13, was ing,the seven producer teams These bands will perform there with his mother and are approaching their bands in their sets at the Tower Theatre father, waiting t o a u d ition different ways. showcase, where a u dience his original Christian song Stacie Johnson, v o calist members will be able to vote on "News" for the producers. and guitarist for local groups the individual and band prizes Though he's performed at fam- Broken Down G uitars and using Make-A-Band's Fanosily recitals and busked down- Voodoo Highway, teamed ity app. More than $56,000 in town during Bend's Art Walks, with music school String The- prizes donated by businesses Make-A-Band was his first op- ory Music in a producing team. in the local community are up portunity to perform onstage She said she'd like to assemble for grabs, according to Myer. in a rock 'n' roll setting. a female-oriented rock band. Philippe Mallen, a record"My hopes are to start here "If there's a truly rocking ing engineer who runs Mallen and continue from here and babe, I'm gonna be fighting for Music Ranch in Bend, donated kind of make a space to build those people," she said. "If that one of the largest prizes for full upon," Hooper said before tak- doesn't happen — if I push my bands — the Launching Pad ing the stage. button for every female and Award-Ready to Record. The Hooper wasn'tselected after yet they choose to work with package includes a three-song his audition. But as Myer ex- other producers — in the end, EP recorded at Mallen Music plained to the musicians that I don't have too much control Ranch, a music video, $1,000 The f i rs t


s p o tlight e v ent,

also auditioned for Makein cash, $1,000 in media from and error and success.... And A-Band at the first spotlight Horizon Broadcasting Group the kids, all they have to do is event, where he was chosen by and a case of Humm Kom- step forward, be themselves three producers. He went with bucha, all valued at just more

and showcase their talent."

than $9,500, according to the

A merican Mayday, t h e five-piece Americana band that won the Launching Pad

Make-A-Band website. Mallen, who has worked as

a producer for 40 years in San Award at the Eugene Make-AFrancisco and Bend, said he Band, has had some success in often brings young musicians the Eugene area with its self-tiinto his studio to learn about tled, three-song EP and single engineering and recording. "Caroline and the Butcher," Make-A-Band seemed like a written by band member Mike good fit with this mission, he Surber and producer Tyler Forsaid. "What

Treason Sound, where Bravey Don recently recorded its first EP, "Birth of Bravey." Although he went with a fa-

miliar face, Gillespie said he' s in the event to meet new musi-

cians and play in different situations. He said he hopes the event helps bring more attention to local music. "I think it's great that they

tier. Scott Austin, the band's picked Bend," Gillespie said. ent h u siastic guitarist and a singer-song- "I think it's great that they are


about giving to events like

writer in his own right, said he didn't have high expectations goinginto Make-A-Band. "There was a chance for it itself," Mallen said. "You have this is it truly does give talent an opportunity to showcase

(here) because that's one of the other benefits of something like this, is it does shine a light on local talent, and Bend is a place where it's pretty hard to

producers, very talented en-

to be kind of cheesy," Austin

gineers and songwriters and band members, musicians, basically coaching (the MakeA-Band participants), giving them years and years of trial

said. "When I did the spotlight get your name out there beevent, Tyler ended up picking yond Central Oregon. It's cool me and I saw the band get built that they brought it here." over time. I had a sense with — Reporter: 541-617-7814, the local support that the com-


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"Star Wars Rebels" 9:30 p.m.Wednesdays,

hope that either in animation or TV or film or a

Wars' stories were going to be told gave me publication, there would be another platform to get more of Ahsoka's story."

Disney XD

By Rick Bentley

— AshleyEckstein,voice actress behind Ahsoka Tano

The Fresno Bee

LOS ANGELES — The first time Ashley Eckstein saw "Star

8 p.m.on HBO, Movie: "Taken 3e —Given the success of the action franchise, it's probably no surprise that Liam Neeson

—whose careerhasbeenre-

shaped by it — gets yet another dose of trouble as CIAveteran Bryan Mills in this round. Here, the espionage expert is framed for a murder that hits close to home.While beingchased by a determined police inspector (Forest Whitaker), he tries to clear himself and also protect his

Wars," she knew exactly which

on 'Clone Wars'."

character she wanted to be.

It was easy for Eckstein to Eckstein would still be linked make adjustments because to the "Star Wars" universe.

daughter (MaggieGrace)again. FamkeJanssenalso reprises her

with my siblings. I didn't want to be Princess Leia. I told my mom that I wanted to be R2D2," Eckstein said. The actress has found a place in the "Star Wars" universe, but

of her long list of voice work. When she was attending comic Along with her performances conventions to promote "Star in the "Star Wars" universe, Wars: The Clone Wars," EckEckstein has been the voice for stein noticed that there was characters on "Ultimate Spi- no sci-fi designed clothing for der-Man," "Sofia the First," "Ro- women. That's when she decided to bot Chicken" and "Math Bites." She also appeared on screen in launch Her Universe, a clothing "That's So Raven" and "Blue line for women that features "StarWars," "Marvel," "Doctor Collar TV."

role from the previous two films.

"I would play 'Star Wars'

not as the robot. She's the voice of Ahsoka Tano, a Jedi student

Dan Steinberg I The Associated Press file photo

Actress Ashley Eckstein signs autographs for fans onthe press

of Anakin Skywalker (the fu- line at the premiere of the animated feature film "Star Wars: The ture Darth Vader) introduced in Clone Wars" in 2008. Eckstein is reprising her role of Ahsoka Tano the 2008 animated series "Star on the animated series "Star Wars Rebels." Wars: The Clone Wars." Eckstein is reprising her voice work for the second sea- Baker) will be popping up. Eckstein's character is a "Star Wars Rebels" is the bridge between a time when son of the Disney XD animated series"Star Wars Rebels." creation of Dave Filoni, Simon Jedi were plentiful and a uniEvents in "Star Wars Rebels" Kinberg and Carrie Beck. verse where they have been alunfold between what happened Filoni was also the creator of most hunted to extinction. That in the feature films "Star Wars: "the animated "Star Wars: The changed the way Eckstein had Revenge of the Sith" and "Star Clone Wars." He didn't intro- to do her voice work for sevWars: A New Hope." duce these familiar characters en seasons of "Star Wars: The And, she's not the only famil- the firstseason because he Clone Wars." "It was different to do the iar character joining the series wanted viewers to get to know that focuses on a young hero the "Rebels" team first. character in 'Clones' and 'Reb"Once you know them, you els.' I would do a line and Dave who joins the motley crew of the starship Ghost in their re- can addother charactersto the would say 'That's too cute. Too sistance against the Empire. mix. What would Kanan think sweet.' I had to adjust my perD arth Vader wil l s how u p of Rex? He w ouldn't think formance quite a bit," Eckstein during the second season of much of him. That we found said. "It's almost like she's the "Rebels." Plus, the many dones interesting and it served the re- master now. She's more like Obi-Wan. I was more like Ezra of Captain Rex (Dee Bradley lationships," Filoni said.

second li fe for then character,

When "Clone Wars" ended after seven seasons, Eckstein

Who," "Star Trek" and "Trans-

knew that there was a great

several selections for "Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force

formers" designs. She will have

potential for her to return as the

voice of Ahsoka Tano. Awakens." There was only one "To me, 'Star Wars' is a sto- problem. "They sent us these images ry of hope. And, so, I had hope there would be more stories to but not who they are. So it has be told for Ahsoka," Eckstein been a little difficult trying to said. "That was the exciting design dothes without really thing about Disney buying knowingwhat we werelooking 'Star Wars.' "Their announcement that so m any other 'Star Wars' stories

at," Eckstein said. Other voice talents working

on "Star Wars Rebels" include were going to be told gave me Freddie Prinze Jr. as Kanan, hope that either in animation Vanessa Marshall as Hera, or TV or film or a publication, Steve Blum as Zeb, Tiya Sirthere would be another plat- car as Sabine, Taylor Gray as form to get more of Ahsoka's Ezra, David Oyelowo as Agent story. Kallus and Jason Isaacs asthe Even if there had been no Inquisitor.

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Stewart) commemoratesthe

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A R are O pportunity. Forest Meadows I Juniper Creek I LAZY RIVER SOUTH L og home o n 3 . 2 7Mixed Zoned Property. NE Bend I $357,000 Newer cus t om-builtNORTH RIM ON AWMountain, river and Remodeled 3535y sq. acres. Single level, Backs up to commer- • 1517 sq.ft. home on over 1/2 BREY BUTTE. Ex$429,900 $193,500 • 1144 sq.ft. manufacgolf course v iews. • 2287 sq.ft. ft. home with 4 bdrm + h and s c ribed l o g cial property. 2 bed- • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath acres, 2334 sq. ft. 4 ceptional o n e -acre Unique Kitty Hawk •3 bedroom, offi ce,2.5 tured officeand 3 baths. home, 1488 sq.ft., 3 room, 2 bath, 1776 • Beautiful yard, tiered bdrm, 2 bath with 2 homesite in the beau• 2 bedroom + den, 2 unit features 2 master bath Master bath with large bdrm, 2 bath, open sq. ft. well-kept prop- decking car detached garage, tiful North Rim Comsuites with a great lo- • Wood & tile floors, bath reat room floor plan. erty with 1000 gallon • MLS 201508505 features oak flooring, m unity, i n clo s e jetted tub 8 new tile • Cul-de-sac, near Lark- shower. Media room, cation. $47 4 ,500. granite hop/barn setup for septic, plus hooked up John Gallaway, archways, formal din- proximity to t e n nis MLS: 201 5 07411.• MLS 201509184 spur trail family room, huge horses. Back to forest t o ci t y sewe r . Broker ing room and much court a n d park • MLS 201509277 CALL JAYNEE BECK Matt Robinson, kitchen with h a nd- land for privacy, new $159,900. MLS: 541-480-5802 more. $265,000. MLS grounds and the DesAT 541-480-0988 OR Principal Broker David Gilmore, Brocrafted cabinets and septic heat p ump, 2 01508447. CAL L 201507240. Pam chutes River T rail. PETE VAN DEUSEN 541-977-5811 ker, CRS, e-Pro, granite cou n t ers, wood s tove, k i d' s CAROLYN EMICK AT Lester, Princ. Broker, Other amenities inAT 541 - 480-3538. C entury 2 1 Gol d c lude g a te d en RSPS, 541-371-2309 walk-in pantry, sun- playhouse and more. 541-419-0717. Duke Duke Warner Realty room with hot t ub. www.johnlscott.corn/8 Warner Realty Country Realty, Inc. trances, paver walkHome ha s c e d ar 2595 Shelley Arnold, 541-504-1338 ing p a ths, n a t ive MORRIS C ountry Cottage i n Mountain High I eaves with copper ac- Broker 541-771-9329 landscape m a i nteREAL ESTATE Town. 2 bedroom, 1 New Listing, 3 bdrm, 2 cents. Exterior siding John L. Scott Realty, $349,000 nance and the beauMORRIS bath, in 1020 +/- sq. • Perched above the bath, 1286 sq.ft., 2.3 on home, garages & Bend tiful North Rim Lodge. REAL ESTATE MORRIS ft. on .44 +/- acres, acres, deta c hed Beautiful C a scade storage bldg have just M aster on M a in. 4 fairway IA ~ m lya Call The Bulletin At rustic cabin close to REAL ESTATE apartment, pond, 2 been painted. Watch bdrm, 2 bath, 1760 • Private, next to comMountain views add to the amenities of Bend. French Style river view 541-385-5809 mon area wells, (1 s hared) the ambiance of this the wildlife from the sq.ft., built in 1998, Double carport and a Home • 2 bedrooms, large w / r iverbank wrap-around deck or large home w/master Place Your Ad Or E-Mail $ 475,000. 6174 S very special building double garage that is setting! Exquisite acgo to your private ac- on main, mtn views den, 2 bath site. $550,000. MLS¹ La Pine I $116,990 At: www.bendbulletin.corn Hwy 97, Redmond. c urrently a sh o p . coutrements: Granite, • 1080 • MLS 201509169 Chris McPheeters cess to 300y sq. ft. of from back deck, large 201505062 Plenty of parking for hardwood, m a rble, turedsq.ft. manufacJulia Buckland, Pffncipal Broker Little Deschutes River fenced in yard, RV Bobbie Strome, New construction! 4 all types of toys and tile, Venetian plaster, • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Assist 2 Sell frontage for fishing, parking. $ 2 69,000. Broker, ABR, ALHS, Principal Broker bdrm + off i ce and opvehicles, with on one stone & 541-388-2111 s t a inless. 1.11 acres swimming or floating. 2730 NE F aith D r . CRS, GRI John L Scott Real tion for 5th bdrm, 3.5 to complain (no HOA). W ood-burning f i r e -• New 541-719-8444 $455,000. carpet, new sepb ath, 2369 s q . f t . New Listing, 5 bdrm, 3 Estate 541-385-5500 Theresa Ra m say, Heat pump and forced place, top line appli- tic tank MLS¹201309267 home with many upBroker 541-815-4442 air backup furnace, a nces, metal c l ad • MLS 201508735 2388 sq.ft., 0.89 Northwest-Euro Bobbie Strome, grades. Triple garage bath, John L. Scott Realty, plus a w o odstove. windows and so much attached Craftsman I $479,900 Principal Broker Patti Geraghty, and R V par k ing. acres, Bend City of Bend services. more! Listen to the apartment, fully • Custom 3054 sq ft John L Scott Real Broker $339,000. MLS fenced, A must-view property. tranquil ripple of the ins u lated Pahlisch home Estate 541-385-5500 Minutes to river and Old 541-948-5880 MORRIS 201410227 Pam $295,000. MLS river below. while enMill District. 1152 sq. $420 , 000.• Award winning open Lester, Princ. Broker, shop, REAL ESTATE ¹201507501 9276 Kiowa R d . , floor plan joying this Exquisite Live on Tumalo Creek. ft. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, with C entury 2 1 Gol d 1 Bobbie Strome, Bend. home. $59 9 ,900. e • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 4 Relish this opportu- new carpet and paint. Country Realty, Inc. Principal Broker Chris McPheeters MLS201404694. MLS¹ car garage nity to live in the Sky- $295,000 541-504-1338 NE Bend I $299,900 John L Scott Real Principal Broker Nancy Popp, Principal Pam • Single level 1631 sq.ft. • MLS 201508580 liners n eighborhood 201508438 MORRIS Estate 541-385-5500 Lester, Princ. Broker, Assist 2 Sell Broker 541-815-8000 Rosemary Goodwin, j ust m inutes f r om REAL ESTATE New construction! 4 541-388-2111 entury 2 1 Gol d • 3home Broker, Certified Crestridge Estates! 3 Crooked River Realty downtown. Property C bedroom, 2 bath bdrm 2.5 bath, 2384 Country Realty, Inc. Negotiator sits on 1.83 acres and • Cascade Mountain bdrm, 2 bath, 2000 s q. ft . h o m e w i t h FSBO No more power bills! 8 541-706-1897 sq. ft., on 5 acre cor- Ready & Motivated La Pine Strip Mall. 1980 has 127 feet of creek 541-504-1338 views master on main floor. p rivate acres s u rner lot, RV parking, $ 4 49,500. • MILS 201509050 Mirada I $322,990 Granite countertops, r ounded b y 3 bdrm, 2 bath +/- sq. ft. commercial frontage. B LM. new paint, new roof! MLS: 201 5 0 3113.• New 2020 sq.ft. home Jim & Roxanne 1400 sq. ft. dbl car garage, RV e use building on 0.68 4000 sq.ft., 5 bdrm, 3 3-car garage. MLS¹ CALL TERRY $195K Not Firm • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Cheney, Brokers parking with gate and full baths, solar and +/acre parcel. DesSKJERSAA AT • Custom cabinets, slab 201508298 $459,000 541-279-8783 541-390-4050 or landscaped front yard. wind ignated on Compre- 541-383-1426. Duke counters gene r ated, MORRIS Pam Lester, Princ. 541-390<030 $279,900. MLS luxury features, a ensive Plan to b e REAL ESTATE Broker, Century 21 Gorgeous Single-Level h Warner Realty • MLS 201509520 201505304 Pam Commercial Mixedmust see home. Inez in Broken Top. SituGold Country Realty, IA~ yly~ ~ ~ Darrin Kelleher, Lester, Princ. Broker, Martin, Principal Broated on Goose Creek Use. Additional stor- Location, Location, LoInc. 541-504-1338 Broker C entury 2 1 Gol d ker, 8 0 8 -561-4162. Pond with beautiful age underneath the cation! This 3 b ed118 acre ranch I 541-788-0029 Country Realty, Inc. John L. Scott Realty, Custom Contemporary water views. Triple car units. Plenty of Park- room, 2 bath, 1544 $1,149,500 541-504-1338 MORRIS Bend Beauty. This 3 bdrm., garage, 2327 sq. ft. ing. $225,000. • 2 homes, 91 acres irsq. ft. home includes 3 bath, 3380 sq. ft. Bobbie Strome REAL ESTATE and 2 master suites. rigation a shop on a 1/4 acre New Construction in NE Principal Broker $159,900 Ado r able home features amaz- $549,900. MLS: h y y R~ y ~ M ~ • Hay barn, corrals, lot. Close proximity to Bend. Great r o om House & Ga r den. shop ing v i ews, i n - law 2 01504989. CAL L John L. Scott Real Esrestaurants, parks and MORRIS tate 541-385-5500 Beautiful l andscaping concept w/3 bdrms., Cottage w/968 sq. ft., • BLM out the gate quarters, hi g h-end ROB EGGERS AT downtown. U n i que REAL ESTATE around this 4 bdrm, 3 2.5 baths in 2221 sq. 3 bdrm., 1 bath, up- • MLS 201406105 finishes & is a short 541-815-9780. Duke opportunity. $557,000. I&q w dy ~ ~ ~ y bath home. Reverse ft. Room for RV park- grades & u p dates, Steve Payer, Broker, distance to the Des- Warner Realty $499,000 20903 Bilyeu MLS: 201 5 05642. livinghome shows off ing, mtn. views from comfy, cozy, light & River. chutes 3bdrm, 2 bath, 1512 sq. GRI Way. Custom built, KIM WARNER bright, big beautiful the incredible views. master bedroom 8 $433,500. MLS: Great Country Setting 3-car garage, backs to CALL 541-480-2968 ft. with o ffice, carAT 5 41 4 10-2475. with Amazing Views. corner fire p lace. Downstairs could be yard on .27 acres, 2 2 01508406. CAL L port and wraparound an in-law suite. This $339,00. Bordered thousands the c a nal, p r ivate Duke Warner Realty MLS: decks 8 sliding doors, K IM WARNER AT d rive, q uality u p decks on 1.27 acres. home shows pride of 2 01506001. CAL L great indoor & out541-410-2475. Duke of acres of public land grades. Stunning C a s cade e Mel o dee with endless trails. 4 door living. Gail Rog$249,900 J AYNEE BECK AT Warner Realty Bro k er, TURN THE PAGE views. $169,900 MLS ownership. 541-480-0988 OR ers, bedroom, 2 bath, light Radcliffe, MLS 201505951. Call Broker, 2 01506578. Lin d a WindMORRIS Deschutes River front- and bright with over 541-788-0612 For More Ads Donna Carter, Broker, PETE VAN DEUSEN 541-604-1649 WindLou Day Wright, Bro- 541-903-0601 AT 541 - 480-3538. ermere Central Orage in Bend. 2234 2880 sq. ft. of living ermere Central OrREAL ESTATE The Bulletin ker, 541-771-2585 egon Real Estate sq.ft., townhome, 4 s pace. Located i n egon Real Estate Crooked River Realty Duke Warner Realty IA~ yly~ ~ ~ Crooked River Realty bdrm, 3.5 bath, insought after Sisters cludes separate School District curapartment, p r i vate r ently r anked ¹ 4 . deck and patio, gated $599,000. MLS: © ~ • neighborhood on the 2 01507731. CAL L JASEN CHAVEZ AT D eschutes Riv e r . 541-891-5446. Duke www.jackson-anderson.corn Ba r bara Warner Realty Jackson, Broker, CRS 541-306-8186. John Great Family Home. Darling 3 b edroom, L. Scott Realty, Bend 2.5 bath with bonus Desirable Lava Ridges room, loft area, and Neighborhood. Open u nfinished atti c . great room with patio Downstairs m a ster access and spacious has private entrance kitchen. 3 bedroom, to deck and backyard. 2.5 bath plus bonus $279,900. MLS: CAL L room. Near the 1790 2 01506638. acre Bend Pine Nurs- BECKY OZRELIC AT ery Park. $374,900. 541-480-9191. Duke MLS: 201 5 0 6430. Warner Realty CALL TERRY SKJERSAA AT Great Location in NW 541-383-1426. Duke Crossing. Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home Warner Realty by Greg Welch ConSunday Mas t e r Eagle Crest I $439,900 s truction. • 2000 sq.ft. new conbedroom on the main I I:00 AN- I:00 PM l evel, t w o gue s t struction rooms, off ice/den, and t • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fred Johnson, Broker bonus room. great room design • Backs common area & $669,500. MLS: 54 I -788-3733 2 01501545. CAL L trails Iy TERRY SKJERSAA • MLS 201509227 AT 541 - 383-1426. Greg Floyd, PC, Duke Warner Realty Broker 541-390-5349 Great Mtn views. Spacious 3 bdrm, 2 bath, m fd h o me . 4. 9 9 acres., 2.5 acres irrigated, 2 ca r + sc MORRIS garage/shop, pond, REAL ESTATE greenhouse & 2 box I M~ yy y ~ ~ a y y1 stalls, ou t s tanding prop e rty. E xecutive Home o n horse Canyon Creek. 7 tim- www.johnlscott.corn/r Stuve, Brobered ares south of ods Rod 54 1 - 844-9251. John Day. 3 bedroom, ker L. Scott Realty, 2.5 bath, 2801 sq. ft. John bonus room, attached Bend arage, landscaped. Great property! Nicely B RAND NEW F O R Y Q U VIEWS FROM 399,999. MLS: laid out. Newer heat 3 bedroom, 2 b ath, 1878 sq. ft. G OLDEN BUT T E 2 01304288. CAL L pump to keep you DUKE WARNER RE- c ool, and a w o o d home w i t h a well - t hought-out 3 bedroom, 2 bath,2188 sq.ft.,3 ALTY DAYVILLE AT stove to keep you 541-987-2363. floor plan. Great features including warm in w inter. A story home. Spectacular Cascade distance to puboakwood flooring, vaulted ceilings, F abulous Cust o m short Mountain views, beautiful deck lands. Double car Home. SW Redmond lic garage large storage knotty alder doors, and much w ith pergola in quiet N W B e n d w ith v i ews, 1 9 9 9 building with power. home, 2781 sq. ft., 4 Raised f l ower/vegmore. $449,900 CALL CAROLYN neighborhood. $459,000 CA LL bedrooms, 2.5 baths, etable beds, apple & EMICK AT 54 1-4 19-0717. ROB EGGERS AT 541-815-9780. master on the main, pear trees, Property is .42 acres, RV parking, completely f e nced. MLS: 201508545 MLS: 201510101 must see! $409,900. www.johnlscott.corn/8 $188,000. Call 2211. Kellie C ook, MLS201508477 Lou Day-Wright, Broker, 541-408-0463 Linda -r cy Broker, 541-771-2585 John L. Scott Realty, Crooked River Realty Bend to find 5 acre, flat Family Compound in Hard corner lot Alfalfa. 62677 County buildable located in Lake Park Line R d. MLS: Estates with mature 201503391. 3 bed, 2 andscape. MLS ¹ GREAT LOCATION! PANORAMIC VIEWS OF RIVER PRICED TO SELL! COU NT R Y SETTING WITH BEST PRICED HONE IN bath, 3282 sq. ft., 11 l201406959. $135,500 This 3 bedroom, 2bath, 1544 sq. ft. home This home hasit all w/direct accesstothe DesI:hutes Sophisticatedandlow-maintenance2751sq. AMAZ IN G VIEW'5 DESCHUTES RIVER WOODSI acres, 6.5 i rrigated, Pam Lester, Princ. includes a shop on a /'~ acre lot. Close RiverTrai fyjust a milefromdowntown. Have your A. home with exquisite finishesthroughout. Boryiersthousandsof acresafpub iclandwi endlesstrails Itove-lype lyrfect! IItt SF ,3bdrm,2ful baths,ayealmost horse barn, heated Broker, Century 21 proximity to restaurants, parks, and own sliceof paradisefromthis 2 master bdrmfy2 Convenient to Old Mill and shopping. tbdrm,2bath,ight&brightwiover2880sq.ft.ofivingan acty.fenced for horses.Inteiorhasbeen freshly tack, full roping arena, Gold Country Realty, $650,000. downtown, Uniqueopportunity.$540,000 largebalconies.Studyservesasa potential 3ydbdnn. Earth Advantage-certified. $499,000 space,Loc atedinSistersSchoolDistrict,currentlyranked paintedw/ newcarpeting & many new windows.A Inc. 541-504-1338 62655 County Line Rd. CALL KIM WARNER AT 541-410-2475. $949000CALLTERRYSKjERSAAAT541-383-1426. CALL SHEAREINFRAT 808-349-5559. ¹4. $59tm CALLjAS ENCHAVEZAT511-891-5t(6. bargaia nt $159900. CALLKilt KAHLAT5t 1-480-166I MLS: 201410201. 4 Incredible Ca s c ade MLS: 201505642 MSL: 201509583 MLS: 201509008 MLS: 201507731 MLS: 201508183 bed, 3 bath, 2390 sq. Mountain Views. Prift., 64.24 acres, 50 ir- v ate setting o n 5 rigated, shop, barn, acres, 1916 sq. ft., 3 pivot, bunk h o use bedroom, 3 bath upw/full bath, trails and d ated home. D e f ishing near b y , tached garage plus a IIItI ' ' I fill iil kl jy!Ijlrye lliyylllswllllttlllll.ylilrsylllllyyyy $675,000. hobby barn. E njoy Properties may be pur- l ong trail rides o n chased together or nearby public lands. WINTER ISCOMINGI RED SKY FARM MIDTOVVN CUTIE! A RARE OPPORTUNITY CASCADE fyiOUNTAIN VIEWS s eparately. Sco t t $639,000. MLS: GREAT SKIHOUSE You & your critters will love this property. 3bdrm,1092sq.ft. completeyupdated ranch-styeMountai n river, and golf course views. Private setting on 5 acres, 1916 sq. ft., 3 McLean, Pr i n cipal 2 01508058. CAL L Cool, green & s pa cious,5 acre ful l y fenced ya rd, 3 Attractive 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2900 sq. R home,hickorycabinets,original oakhardwoods,newer UniqueKitty Hawk unit features 2 master bedroom, 3 bath updated home.Detached Broker/Owner, K IM WARNER A T 3.5 baths,2961sq.R. Great room roof, siding, home w/ (yarn & arenaon 5 acresw/ 2 acres large bdrms, windows,fresh paint, updated appliances. suite s wi th a gn.at location. $474, 500 garage plus a hobbybarn. Enjoy longtrail 541-408-6908. Realty 541-480-5365. Duke i r rigation. Close to BLM land. $599,000 w/ exposed wood, chal e t-styl e vaul t ed cei l i n g. Executives Turn key!$245,000CALLAUBRECHESHIREAT5%1- CALL jAYNEEBECKAT 541480-0988 OR rides on nearby public lands. $639,000 Warner Realty CALL BECKY OZRELIC AT 541-480-9191. $385,I CALLBILLPANTONAT5t1-420-6545. 5984583ORBROOKCRIAZZOAT541-550-8008. PETE VAN DEUSEN AT 541480-353& CALL KRISWARNERAT 541-'I80-5365. F antastic Turn K e y In-Home Childcare opMLS: 201506656 MLS: 201502661 MLS: 201509930 MLS: 20150741.1 MLS: 201508058 Home. i m maculate portunity, $309,000. [y„ home on a quiet dead 1840 sq.ft., s ingle end street in a great level, 4 bdrm, 2 bath SE ne i ghborhood. plus bonus r oom, G ii Qg SKVEyyTH This 2 b edroom, 2 hlOUNTAIN separate e n t rance, esoN' bath home is nestled large, fully f enced on a larger, treed lot. backyard, close in NE QIIIIIII. $235,000. MLS: Bend location, child201509731. CALL care/preschool busiGORGEOUS SINGLEPRIDE OF OWNERSHIP GREAT FAMILY HOME NE W CONSTRUCTION IN NE BEND INN OF THE 7TH TERRY SKJERSAA ness opp o rtunity. LEYEL IN BROKEN TOP Parklike private lot near midtown and Darli ng 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with bonus Greatroom conceptw/3 bedrooms& 2.5baths This 3 bedroom, 3 bath groundAT 541 - 383-1426. www.johnlscott.corn/7 Situ atedonGooseCreekPondwithbeautiful PilotButte. Large bright 4tchen many room, loR area, and unfinished attic. In 2221sq.ft. Roomfor RV parking,mountain level condo is located near the pool Duke Warner Realty 0445 Angie Cox, Browater views. Triple car garage,2327 sq.IL 2 custom built-ins, and vaulted ceilings. 3 Downsta irs master has private entrance viewsfrommasterbedroom,andcomerfrepl ace. and all resort activities. Don't miss ker 541-213-9950 $524,500 Quail Ridge. master sui tes and new appliances.$5t9, 900 'bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2172 sq. ft. $385,000 to deck and backyard. $269,900 CALL $339,m CALL jAYNEEBECKAT501-480-0988 your opportunity! $169,000 CALL 2692 sq. ft. one level, Inn of the 7th. This 3 CALL ROB EGGERS AT 541-815-9780 CALL TERR Y SKjERSAA AT 541-383-1426. BECKY OZRELIC AT 541-480-9191. OR PETEVAN DEUSEN AT 511-480-353& KIM WARNER AT 541-410-2475. 1.96 treed acres, 4 bedroom, 3 bath MLS: 201504989 MLS: 201506837 MLS: 201506638 MLS: 201506001 MLS: 201408943 bdrm., 3 bath, 4-car ground level condo is garage & shop, large located near the pool b onus room. B o b and all resort activiAhern, Broker, ties. Don't miss your • i • • • e • • • • • • • 5 41-420-3891. D e e opportunity! $169,000. Baker, Broker, MLS: 201 4 08943.









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Park-Like Setting. 3 Private Small Acreage Saddleback. Two sto- OK Garage. Mini mart, Special Property and Build your dream home. Custom and comfortOne of the coolest NOTICE I $305,000 b edroom, 2 ba t h , W ithin M inutes o f ries with 5 bedrooms, fuel & mechanic shop, location. 2 bdrm, 2 .20 acres, corner lot, a ble home o n 1 0 All real estate adver- • 2+houses acres, 0.4 acres ir1531 sq. ft. home on D owntown. Qu i e t , 2.5 baths in 2928 +/- upgrades throughout, bath, original owner, established neighbor- acres w/ barn, shop tised here in is subrigation 3.71 acres. Move-in peaceful r e laxation sq. ft. o n 1 .51 +/- liquor, tires. Owner like new. A mazing hood, southern views, and quite a view. Ad ject to th e Federal• Garage/shop ready with newer ap- awaits in this acres. S p ectacular will carry. $225,000. views, grandfathered conveniently located ¹2122 F air H ousing A c t , carpet, w ell-loved home i n view lot, very private MLS: 201 4 09917. vacation rental plus. on Bend's West Side. TEAM Birtola Garmyn which makes it illegal • Separate studio & pot- pliances, p aint, a n d mo r e / desirable Sunset View with treetop views of CALL DUKE Sharon Abrams, Bro- $ 174 950 Kelli e High Desert Realty to advertise any pref- ting shed • MLS 201508643 24x48 detached shop Estates! A rare comM t. Jefferson, M t . WARNER R EALTY ker, CRS Cook, Broker 541-312-9449 erence, limitation or 541-280-9309. John 541-408-0463 John L Susan Agli, Broker, with concrete floor bination of single-level Washington, Mt. Hood DAYVILLE AT www. BendOregon discrimination based a nd l o f t are a s. home, 3-car garage, and Smith Rock. Steel 541-987-2363. L. Scott Realty, Bend Scott Realty, Bend RealEstate.corn ABR, ALHS, GRI on race, color, reli541-408-3773 $299,990. MLS: and small acreage is framed construction, ion, sex, handicap, 2 01505645. CAL L not to be missed. The s table, easy to r e Iamilial status or naCAROLYN EMICK AT great room design model home. Basetional origin, or inten541-419-0717. Duke with large kitchen is ment storage & small tion to make any such Warner Realty perfect for entertain- office & garage below. preferences, l i mitaing, the master suite Home is light & bright tions or discrimination. MORRIS Ponderous Pines I is as perfect retreat. with many windows. We will not knowingly REAL ESTATE $399,000 Huge patio area with $ 469,000. MLS ¹ accept any advertisIA y A yl y ~ ~ o~ • New 2215 sq.ft. home hot tub invites you to 201507612 ing for real estate • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath enjoy your n atural Bobbie Strome which is in violation of FIND IT! • Granite, tile & hards urroundings. B o r Principal Broker this law. All persons BUY IT! woods dered by 7 acres of John L. Scott Real Esare hereby informed SELL IT! open space. Quality tate 541-385-5500 that all dwellings ad- The Bulletin Classifieds • MLS 201507080 Mark Valceschini PC, c raftsmanship a n d vertised are available Broker, CRS, GRI materials, lo v i ngly on an equal opportu- Pahlisch A w ard-Win541-383-4364 maintained, now Shevlin Ridge I nity basis. The Bulle- ning Quality - Move-In r eady for you a nd tin Classified $179,000 October. Call us toyour next c hapter! • Large .33 acre lot day to learn about a NW Bend I $575,000 MLS: 201508759. 3 • Close to trails buyer bonus! Restric• 3219 sq.ft. on 8276 bedrooms, 3 baths, • Bring your builder tions apply. Spacious sq.ft. Iot 2 606 sq. f t . , 1 . 23 • MLS 201509128 MORRIS open first floor layout • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath acres. 20326 Rain- Scott Huggtn, Broker, REALESTATE is perfect for enter•Offic e,bonus room, b ow L a k e Tr a i l. • I% GRI taining. Large great 3-car garage $580,000. Team De541-322-1500 room with gas fire• MLS 201504293 lay. Edie: place & tons of win- Pride of Ownership. 3 541-420-2950. Sam: Nlichelle Tisdel, PC, bat h , dows for lots of light. b edroom, 2 Broker, ABR, CRS, Moe: 1468 sq. ft. home with 541-678-3290. e-PRO, 541-390-3490 Gourmet kitchen fea- newer windows, heat 541-303-3735. Hastures beautiful quartz son Company Realcountertops. L a r ge pump, new garage tors MORRIS m aster s uite w i t h door and pull-down REAL ESTATE double sinks & huge steps for extra storI&~ dy ~ ~ Oy d w alk-in closet. B i g age. 12x16 shop with Profitable Kennel Busi,uy MORRIS guest rooms & bonus power, room for RV. ness. First class ken- Single level adorable bu s i y yREAL ESTATE MLS: n el/boarding room. The Bridges is $319,900. granite couna m aster p lanned 2 01505946. CAL L ness for dogs and home. tertops, knotty pine 53 dog rooms with many CAROLYN EMICK AT cats. NW Bend craftsman. community and 13 cat rooms, interior doors. 1550 menities: poo l s , 541-419-0717. Duke 1742 s q . ft., w/3 a most wit h o u t side sq.ft. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, fi t n ess Warner Realty bdrms, 2 bath, sepa- clubhouse, lan dscaping. runs. Multiple outside lush center, indoor regularate laundry room, tion basketball court, Pride of O w nership. play areas for super- MLS ¹201504132 Pat close t o sc h ools, Broker & more! MLS: Park-like private lot vised play and exer- Baxter, parks, river t r ails, trails cise. Longtime expe- 808-551-5729. John near midtown and Pi2 01506674. 3 b e d I downtown, s h o ps. rooms, 2. 5 b a ths, lot Butte. Large bright r iences staff a n d L. Scott Realty, Bend I Open f loor p l a n, 2065 sq. ft, 10 acre. kitchen, many custom grooming f a c ilities. abundant light, gas • a g • • s • A mbassador built-ins, and vaulted Property has a 2500 Single Level Energy Effireplace, wood floors, 61120 ft. home including ficient Gre e n-built $369 , 950. ceilings. 3 bedroom, sq. custom built-ins. Spa- Drive. a 1 bedroom aparthome on 20 acres. Delay. Edie: 2.5 bath, 2172 sq. ft. cious kitchen w/gran- Team • I $964,000. MLS: 2739 sq. ft., 4 bedSam: $399,950. MLS: ment. ite countertops, wood 541-420-2950. 2 01502782. CAL L room, 3 bath, solar 541-678-3290. Moe: 2 01506837. CAL L cabinetry, s t ainless 5 41-303-3735. H a s- TERRY S KJERSAA K IM W ARNER A T panel, 10 acres irrigasteel appl. $475,000. son Company Real- AT 541 - 383-4126. 541-480-5365. Duke tion, set up for horses cathym Ojohnlscott.co tors Warner Realty and steel barn. Too Duke Warner Realty m Cathy Malk, Broker many upgrades and 541-408-3441. John Panoramic easterly to list. Buil d ? extras Private Setting in the R eady to L. Scott Realty, Bend views I $679,500 MLS: Pines! Fully scribed 3 Multi-Family Lot. 1051 $549,900. 2 0'I503739. CAL L • Single level 2587 sq.ft. NE Kayak Lp., Bend, bed, 1.75 bath cusPeople Lookfor Information • 10 acre lot OR: Possible invest- R OB EGGERS AT tom log home is surAbout Products and • 4-car garage, RV gaDuke rounded by a beauti- ment property with 541-815-9780. Services EveryDaythrough rage views in NE Bend has Warner Realty fully landscaped yard. 15 yr fixed = 3.125% APR-3.389% PB I pmt= $1950.51 The Bulletin ClessiBeds • MLS 201509655 There is a 1500 sq. ft. room for a d uplex. Megan Power, Broker, Convenient to ParkCascade Mo u ntain shop w/220 power for NW Redmond I 30 yr fixed = 3.875% APR-4.035% P&l pmt= $1316.66 GRI, CDPE all y ou r t o y s o r way, Bend River Mall, Views. This lot is lo$449,900 541-610-7318 and nearby area for cated in the heart of projects. Twin w ell • 2824 sq.ft. MLS: Tumalo. 4.22 acre lot provides crystal clear walking. Jumbo 30 yr= 3.875% APR- 4.044% P&l pmt= $3009.52 • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath water. $46 9 ,000. 201505729. $60,000. is ideal for your future • 3-car garage, .41 acre Call Kathy: home. $29 9 ,000. MLS: 201 5 01833. lot Purchasepr!ce $350,000,20% down, Loanamount $280,000,30 yearf!xed. 201 5 05048. CALL BILL PANTON 541-390-5236. Realty MLS: • MLS 201505774 Jumbo purchase price / value $800,000 — 20% down / equity, $640,000 loan amount. Executives CALL TERRY MORRIS AT 541 - 420-6545. Lisa McCarthy, BroOffer valid as of 10/16/15, restrictions may apply. Rates/fees subject to change. On Approved Credit. SKJERSAA AT Duke Warner Realty REAL ESTATE ker, ABR, SRES Ready to Build? Ready 541-383-1426. Duke 541-419-8639 IA y Mmly~ M ~ P rivate Setting w i t h for Custom Home. Warner Realty Panoramic Views of Great Natural Light. 22065 S w eetgrass • I • • f• •f• I• River. 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Ready for serves as a potential JAYNEE BECK AT 541-480-0988 OR Realty Executives with 12' door & man wood pellet or gas 3rd bedroom. PETE VAN DEUSEN door fo r s h op/RV/ s tove. Bedr o om $949,000. M LS: AT 541 480-3538. Red Sky Farm. You and toy/boat storage & inseparation, fo r m al 2 01509583. CAL L Duke Warner Realty your critters will love door gardening. New dining and breakfast TERRY S KJERSAA this property. Attrac- 750y sq. ft. deep well room. Over s ize AT M O RT G A G E C O R P O R A T I O N 541 - 383-1426.Charming Single Level. tive 3 bedroom, 2.5 being drilled to prodouble garage, circu- Duke Warner Realty vide a ye a r-round 1150 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., b ath, 2900 s q . f t . Casey NMLS 189449 Jennifer NMLS 288550 lar drive. $159,900. 2 bath on .25 acre lot, home with barn and source of d omestic MLS201507341 Call Park Like Setting. 3+ Caseyjones@academymortgage.corn j enni f er.edwards@academymortgage.corn Nancy Popp, Princ. bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2190 new windows, paint, arena on 5 acres with water. New gas log CORP NMLS ¹3113 i n s talled. 541-419-9766 Broker, 541-815-8000 sq.ft, 4 6 a c r e l o t, siding, roof, ample 2 a c res i r rigation. fireplace to BLM land. $625,000. CORP OR LIC.¹ ML-2421 Crooked River Realty large windows, large parking & large yard. Close $599,000. MLS: MLS¹201401400 deck with hot tub, RV www.Jackson-AnderBobbie Strome, C a n dice 2 01502661. CAL L Parking. $ 4 39,999. son.corn. Find It in Principal Broker A nderson, Bro k er BECKY OZRELIC AT Barb Hartnett, Broker The Bulletin Classifieds! 541-420-0915. John 541-788-8878 John L. 541-480-9191. Duke John L Scott Real Warner Realty Estate 541-385-5500 541-385-5809 Scott Realty, Bend L. 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• Broken Top - Tyrion Sky • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2310 SF • 2 main level masters, office & bonus room • Open house hosted by Jennifer Stewart, Broker • 541-639-2089, Jennifer.StewartOcascadesir.corn MLS¹201510072

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2826 NW Windham Loop • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3074 SF • Barn wood & stone accents • Gorgeous kitchen with granite slab island • Bonus & bunk room • Great outdoor living with putting green

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• 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 4665 SF, .48 acre • STUNNING PAST TOUR HOME • Peaceful, quiet setting with fairway views • Separate guest suite with private living • Near park, clubhouse & pool MLS¹201501540 Myra Girod, Principal Brokerl 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker l 541-788-6767

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Single Level SE Bend ) $249,500

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• Spacious home in NE Bend • Formal living & dining • Family room with fireplace • 3-car garage, RV parking • Close to shopping & park • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1786 SF MLS¹201509951

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• 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, -k' ./" . 3843 SF • Private single level • Spectacular Cascade Mountainviews • Pond plusstocked private lake with dock • 40'x60' 3-bay shop & RV parking

• 5 bedroom w/office, 2 bath .; • Newly remodeled/updated • Open 84 bright floor plan • RV parking, spacious lot • Immaculate condition • Room for toys 84 shop MLS¹201509681

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SW Bendf $339,900

20684 NE Russell Drive ( $375,000

• Charming single level • Great room floor plan • Stainless steel appliances • Utility room with storage • Fenced & landscaped yard • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1461 SF MLS¹201509965


• 4-car garage with storage • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with bonus room • Many upgrades throughout • Fenced & landscapedyard • Established neighborhood MLS¹251533391

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3197 NE Richmond Ct.

• 1882 SF, .12 acre

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• Fantastic corner lot, fenced yard

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• Desirable established westside neighborhood • 20 minutes to Mt. Bachelor • 3bedroom,2.5bath,2789SF .I r, • Beautiful hardwood floors, custom fixtures, lighting & handcrafted art tiles • Living/dining areas andmaster bedroom opento a secluded deck &garden • Bonus room offers multipurpose space MLS¹201504319

• Homes from $454,750 • Riverfront from $819,750 • Exquisitely finished • Low-maintenance living • 7th Mountain amenities • Conveniently located

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• Majestic plan features 5 'I bdrms w/2 master suites •Spacio usden/ofice plus bonus room • Oversized triple-car garage •Fully landscaped & fenced backyard • Overlooks community pool and park • Close proximity to schools & Old Mill District


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• 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 3924 SF • 39.17 acres, 18 irr. • Gated & fenced custom loghome in Tumalo • Panoramic9-peak Cascade Mountain views • Floor-to-ceiling stacked rock fireplace MLS¹201510260

•StunningmajesticCascade Mountain views • World-famous for livestock production • 345 acres with 339 acres Pole Creek irrigation water rights •Ranch-s tyle home,3704SF,3bedrooms,3.5 baths • Two barns - 53 stalls, offices and shop area • Two additional homes, 4 stocked ponds, 3-hole golf course • Adjoins National Forest and Sisters UGB • www.pattersonranch-sistersoregon.corn/ MLS¹201406176

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Very Pri Crooked River Realty 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath Mfd vate, Com p letely Redmond. 3 bdrm, 2 Home on 2.1 Acres in fenced an d c r o ss bath 1603 sq. ft. home Sunfo rest E s tates. fenced, Horse Prop on 2.38 acres adja BULLETIN CLASSIFIEDS Corner Lot with drive erty with Barn. New cent to public lands. Search the area's most thru driveway, corn Deck, Patio, and Fire F enced an d o v e r comprehensive listing of garage. classified advertising... pletely fenced, with Pit. 30 Year Roof In sized the ability to still build stalled 2 years ago. $239,900. MLS real estate to automotive, Pam merchandise to sporting on other lot. Storage Newer exterior paint. 201509304. B uilding. Plenty o f MLS Lester, Princ. Broker, goods. 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Low Price $225,000 Low Price $I59,995 Low Price $232,000

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High Price $I, I74,900 High Price $I,850,000 High Price $I,200,000

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Owner Lakes Realty & Prop- head door and man Oregon 3 lots running to a spigot by tric, g ravelled drive, lots o f Man agement door. $85,900 MLS 7965 SW River Rd. Se- Eastern cup b oard will c a rry. D a r rell erty a vailable wit h c i t y 54'I -536-0117 the shop. The CEC covered decks, min space, 8 t ile floor. Hamel, 201302066 Call MORRIS cluded 8 private 2.79 and sewer at power pole is in and utes from Crescent Nice size living room, 541-480-7563 Broker Nancy Popp, Princ. acres, near the Des- water REAL ESTATE 1.86 acre resineeds the temporary Lake, Odell Lake, Wil w ith patio door t o shire HathawayBerkBroker, 541-815-8000 5 5535 Gross D r . chutes River, canyon street. Home ential l o t , lev e l s ervice reset. T h e lamette Ski Pass. Fish deck. Metal garage Services N o rthwest $39,000. .52 acres, Crooked River Realty wall views, borders d building site, $30,900. property i s ni c ely or snowmobile from with a shop area. 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NE BENDI $299,900 • 1631 sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath CHENEYBROKERS •CascadeMountainviews Lane 541 390-4050 ' 2556 Lynda 541-390-4030 • MLS 201509050





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• MLS 201408573


• Custom 4853sq.ft. home • 4 bedroom +ofi ce,3.5 bath • Barn indoor 8 outdoor arenas

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541-390-5349 • MLS 201508604

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PNRWA YCRESTVILLAGEI $699,880 • 2927 sq.ft. JACKJOHNS, • 4 bedroom, 3 bath BROKER , GRI • .25acre, SHARC paid infull 541480-9300 • MLS 201503418


• 3673 sq.ft. custom home • 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath,paverpatio • Granite travertine theater room

541-948-0997 • MLS 201509218




• 38.34 acres in Madras • 1800 sq.ft r 4car detachedgarage • PreviouslyapprovedPUP-expired

541-280-5512 • MLS 201309954


• Cascade Mountain &PilotButteviews

• 2780 sq.ft. home • 4 bedroom,2.5 bath 541-390-9598 • MLS 201508293

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MINDAMCKIR TICK, ' 3219 sq.ft. on8276sq.ft. Iot • 3 bedroom,3.5 bath BROKER , GRI • Office, bonusroom, 3t:ar garage

541-280-6148 • MLS 201 504293

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• MLS 201507825



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541-788-3678 • MLS 201505869

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VALHALL AHEIGHTS I $4$9,900 • 1987 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom,2. bath • .34acre with maturetrees

541-633-0255 • MLS 201509090

RIVERS EDGEVILLAGEI $449,980 BONNIE SAVICKAS, • 1937 sq.ft. home • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath BROKER , E-PRO,SRES • Flat, wooded,.33 acrelot 541408-7537 • MLS 201508881


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541-408-1511 • MLS 201509352

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LOWER BRIDGEESTATESI $399,000 DIANELOZITO, BROKER 541-548-3598, 541-306-9646

• 20.25 acres • Cascade &OchocoMountain Views • 2Taxlotsoncukle.sac, backstoBIM

• MLS 201509927


• 2051 sq.ft. townhome • 3 bedroom,2.5 bath, 9' ceilings • Master on maingrani , te counters

• MLS 201509626

29.97 NE BENDACRESI $37$,000 • Updated 1020sq.ft. home


• Shop with caretaker's quarters • Filteredmountain views, pond, stream

541-322-2411 • MLS 201508647



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541-390-0504 • MLS 201509530


• 2524 sq It C«ft man • Extra large bonus room • Close to shopping 8 restaurants

541-550-0976 • MLS 201506379

NW BEND I $215,000 PEBORA HBENSON PC BROKERGRI • I bedroom, I bath PREV IEWSPECIALISl' • Fenced.I 3 acrelot 541-480-6448 • MLS 201 505880


PRINEVILLE I $244,900 • 1982 sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath • 1.29 acres • Ochoco views

541-588-0681 • MLS 201508482


• 46 acre commercial lot

• Site approved for 5100 sfbuilding • Hwy 97 access

541-408-2265 • MLS 201307129

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SW REDMOND I $189,900 • 2016 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom,2.5 bath • Fenced, .2 acre corner lot

541-383-4334 • MLS 201508883


MT.BACHELORVIUAGEI SIB9,$00 • Ski housecondo • 626 sq.ft., I bedroom,I bath • Close to pooland spa

• MLS 201509724

PRINEVIU&LOTI $120,000 GREG IANGHAIM • .97acre lotin SaddleRidge • All utilities to the property BROKER • Beautiful setting, fantastic views

541-316-5903 • MLS 201 508823


• 3.64 acres • 3 separate tax lots • Enjoy Central Oregonrecreation

541-896-1263 • MLS 201507150

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LA PINELOTI $55~0 43 acre lot mWild River JAN IAUGHIN L • Backs to common area &trails BROKER , ABR, CRS,GRI,CSP • 1 block from Big DeschutesRiver 541-350-6049 • MLS 201508380


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Toyota FJ Cruiser 2012, 64K miles. all hwy, original owner, never been off road or accidents, tow pkg, brand new tires, very clean. $26,000. Call or text Jeff at 541-729-4552

Ford Taurus 2007 88k miles, 4 studded tires i ncluded w/ri m s. $5300. 541-416-9566 Cadillac CTS 2010, V 6 I n j ection, 6 Speed A utomatic. Luxury series. Exterior: Black Raven, Interior: Light Titanium/Ebony. 22,555 miles. 4 door. Excellent condition all a round. Has A r i zona plates. This is car is a great mix of luxury, com f ort, style, and workmanship. $24,000 Call 541-408-3051


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A settHALF OF THE BARM lor of the Trust was If you have any inter- (ORS C hapter475); within 30 days of the 2006-8 TRUST CAROL MARGARET est in t h e s e ized and/or (2) Was used date of the first publiFUND, its successors B ROCKWAY, w h o property d e s cribed or intended for use in cation specified herein in interest and/or as- died September 30, below, you must claim committing or facili- a long with the r e signs, Plaintiff, v. JON 2015. A l l p e rsons that interest or you will tating the violation of, quired filing fee. IN M. HARDER; KRIShaving claims against automatically lose that solicitation to violate, T HE CIRCU I T TIN P . HA R D E R; settlor of th e R OB- interest. If you do not attempt to violate, or COURT O F THE AURORA LOAN E RT & CARO L file a claim for the conspiracy to violate STATE OF OREGON SERVICES LLC; BROCKWAY LIVING property, the property the criminal laws of FOR THE COUNTY VANDEVERT RANCH TRUST are required may be forfeited even the State of Oregon OF DE S CHUTES. regarding the manuASSOCIATION, INC., to present them with if you are not conJ.P. MORGAN FOOD SERVICES OF vouchers attached, to: victed of any crime. facture, distribution or CHASE BANK, N.A., AMERICA, INC.; JUBARBARA BROCK- To claim an interest, possession of c o nPlaintiff, v. E STATE s u b stances OF BRIAN A. CONDITH MACK L IN; WAY, Suc c essor you must file a written trolled ERIC L. M E URER; Trustee, ROBERT & claim with the forfei- (ORS Chapter 475). N OLLY; NAT H A N STATE OF OREGON; CAROL BROCKWAY ture counsel named CONNOLLY; U.S. NATI O NAL LIVING TRUST c/o below, The w r itten IN THE MATTER OF: HEATHER CON BANK, N A T IONAL Ronald L. Bryant, PO claim must be signed NOLLY JER O ME; (1) $3,900.00 in US ASSOCIATION, Box 457, Redmond by you, sworn to unJUDITH CONNOLLY; TRUSTEE OF THE OR 97756. All claims der penalty of perjury Currency, Case No. CHRISTOPHER CHEVY CHAS E against the ROBERT before a notary public, 15-00249668, seized CONNOLLY; THE FUNDING LLC & CAROL BROCK- and state: (a) Your September 1, 2 0 15 UNKNOWN H E I RS MORTGAGE-BACKE WAY LIVING TRUST true name; (b) The from Kenneth Ash- AND ASSIGNS OF D C E RTIFICATES, dated February 11, address at which you baugh. B RIAN A . CON SERIES 2006-1; AND 1994 must be p rewill a c cept f u t ure N OLLY; TH E UN OCCUPANTS OF sented to the Succes- m ailings from t h e KNOWN DEVISEES THE PRE M ISES, s or Trustee at t h e court and f orfeiture OF BRIAN A. CONGet your Defendants. Case No. above address within counsel; and (3) A NOLLY; O R E GON 15CV0041FC. SUM- four (4) months after s tatement that y o u WATER W O NDERbusiness MONS BY PUBLICA- the date of first publi- have an interest in the LAND DIS T RICT; TION. TO THE DEcation of this notice, seized property. Your O REGON W ATE R FENDANTS: JON M. or such claims may be deadline for filing the WONDERLAND HARDER AND KRISbarred. Date first pub- claim document with P ROPERTY O W N TIN P. HARDER: In lished: ROBERT & forfeiture co u nsel ERS ASSOCIATION, the name of the State CAROL BROCKWAY n amed below is 2 1 UNIT 11, INC.; ORWith an ad in of Oregon, you are L IVING TRUS T , days from the last day EGON WATE R hereby required to BARBARA BROCK- of publication of this WONDERLAND WAThe Bulletin's appear and answer WAY, Suc c essor notice. Where to file a TER D ISTRICT 11; the complaint f iled Trustee. claim and for more O REGON W ATE R against you in t he information: D a in a "Call /A Service WONDERLAND above-entitled Court Where can you find a Vitolins, Crook County SANITARY DISand cause on or beDistrict Attorney OfProfessional" TRICT 11.; AND ALL helping hand? fore the expiration of fice, 300 N E T h ird OTHER P E RSONS From contractors to 30 days from the date Street, Prineville, OR Directory OR PARTIES UNof the first publication yard care, it's all here 97754. KNOWN CLAIMING of this summons. The Notice of reasons for ANY RIGHT, TITLE, in The Bulletin's date of first publicaForfeiture: The propLIEN, OR INTEREST LEGAL NOTICE "Call A Service tion in this matter is erty described below NOTICE IN THE REAL PROPOF SEIZURE September 26, 2015. Professional" Directory was seized for forfeiE RTY C O M M O N LY FOR CIVIL If you fail timely to apture because it: (1) FORFEITURE TO ALL KNOWN AS 1 7456 pear an d a n swer, LEGAL NOTICE Constitutes the proRAIL DR., BEND, OR POTENTIAL ceeds of the violation 97707, Defendants. plaintiff will apply to NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND TO the abo v e-entitled of, solicitation to vioCase No. INTERESTED ALL UNKNOWN court for th e r elief late, attempt to vio- PERSONS READ THIS 15CV0016FC. SUMPERSONS prayed for in its com- Curtis L. Jones has late, or conspiracy to MONS. TO DEFENCAREFULLY DANTS: ESTATE OF plaint. This is a judi- been appointed as the violates, the criminal cial foreclosure of a CON Personal Representa- laws of the State of If you have any inter- BRIAN A . deed of trust in which tive of the Estate of Oregon regarding the est i n t h e s e i zed N OLLY, TH E U N the plaintiff requests Lewis Clark Jones, manufacture, distribu- property d e scribed KNOWN HEIRS AND that the plaintiff be OF BRIAN Deceased, by the Cir- tion, or possession of you must claim ASSIGNS allowed to foreclose cuit Court for Des- controlled substances below, CONNOLLY, THE that interest or you will A. NKNOWN D E V I your interest in the chutes County, State (ORS Chapter475); lose that U following d e scribed of Oregon, under case and/or (2) Was used automatically SEES OF BRIAN A. interest. If you do not real property: TRACT number 15PB04514. or intended for use in file a claim for the CONNOLLY, and ALL L O F V A NDEVERT All persons having a committing or f aciliP E RSONS the property OTHER RANCH PHASE 11, claim against the es- tating the violation of, property, O R PARTIES U Nmay be forfeited even DESCHUTES KNOWN CLAIMING tate must present the solicitation to violate, you are not con- ANY COUNTY, OREGON. c laim w i thin f o u r attempt to violate, or if TITLE, of any crime. LIEN,RIGHT, Commonly known as: months after the date conspiracy to violate victed OR INTEREST To claim an interest, 17600 Van d evert of first publication of the criminal laws of THE REAL PROPmust file a written IN Road, Bend, Oregon this notice to the Per- the State of Oregon you E RTY C O M M O N LY claim with the forfei97707. NOTICE TO sonal Representative regarding the manu- ture counsel named KNOWN AS 1 7456 DEFENDANTS: at Brian T. Hemphill, facture, distribution or below, Th e w r itten RAIL DR., BEND, OR READ THESE P AP.C., 339 SW Cen- possession of con- claim must be signed 97707. IN THE NAME PERS CAREFULLY! tury Dr. S te . 1 0 1, trolled su b stances by you, sworn to un- OF THE STATE OF A lawsuit has been Bend, OR 97702, or (ORS Chapter 475). You are der penalty of perjury OREGON: started against you in the claim may be hereby required to before a notary public, the ab o ve-entitled barred. All persons IN THE MATTER OF: and state: (a) Your appear and defend court by U.S. Bank whose rights may be name; (b) The the action filed against National Association, affected by this pro- (1) $1,069.00 in US true in the above-enaddress at which you you as Trustee on Behalf ceeding may obtain Currency, Case No. will a c cept titled cause within 30 f u t ure of the SARM 2006-8 additional information 15-00256341, seized m ailings from t h e days from the date of Trust Fund, plaintiff. f rom of this Sumthe cour t S eptember 9, 2 0 15 and forfeiture service Plaintiff's claims are records, the Personal from Donald Reed court mons upon you; and if counsel; and (3) A stated in the written Representative, or the and Ronald Reed. you fail to appear and s tatement that y o u d efend, f o complaint, a copy of attorney for the Perr wa n t have an interest in the which was filed with thereof, the P laintiff sonal Representative: seized property. Your the abo v e-entitled Brian T. 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LEGAL NOTICE N OTICE TO I N T ERESTED P E RSONS. LISA BAUER has been appointed personal representative of the Estate of MARILYN ROHALY, Deceased, by the Circuit Court, State of Oregon, Deschutes County under case number 15PB04337. All persons having claims against the estate must present them, with proper vouche rs, w i thin f o u r m onths after t h e date of first publication to the undersigned or they may be barred. A dditional i n formation may be o b tained f rom t h e cou r t records, the undersigned, or the attorney. Date first published: October 3 2015. Lisa Bauer, personal representative, c/o Nancy R. Hoffman, attorney at l aw, a t 613 2 9 Stardrift Dr., Bend, OR 97702.

2015, and any other

expenses or fees

o wed u nder t h e Note or Trust Deed, (d) amounts that Beneficiary has paid on or may hereinafter pay to protect the lien, including by way of illustration, but not l i mitation, taxes, assessments, i nterest o n p r ior

liens, and i nsurance premiums, and (e) expenses, costs and attorney and t rustee fees i n curred by B eneficiary in foreclosure, including the cost of


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guarantee and any other environmental or appraisal report. By reason of said default, Beneficiary and the Successor Trustee have elected to foreclose the trust deed by advertisement and s ale pursuant t o ORS 86.705 to ORS 86.815 and to sell the real p roperty identified above to satisfy the obligation that is secured by the Trust Deed. NOTICE IS H EREBY G I V E N LEGAL NOTICE t hat t h e und e r TO INTERESTED signed Successor PERSONS or SuccesBonnie S. Lawrence Trustee sor Trustee's agent has been appointed will, on January 29, Personal Representa- 2016, at one o' clock tive of the estate of (1:00) p.m., based Darlene Kay Fisk, de- on the standard of ceased, by the Circuit time established by C ourt, State of O rORS 187.110, just egon, Des c hutes utside the m a i n C ounty, Case N o . o entrance of 1 1 64 15PB04363. All perN.W. Bond, Bend, sons having claims O regon, sell f o r against the estate are cash at pubkc aucrequired to p resent tion to the highest them, with vouchers bidder the interest in attached, to the Per- said real property, sonal Representative which Grantor has at 250 NW Franklin or had power to Avenue, Suite 402, convey at the time Bend, Oregon 97703, of the execution by within four m o nths Grantor of the Trust after the date of Octo- Deed, together with ber 3, 2015, the first any i nterest t h at publication of this no- Grantor or the suctice, or the claim may cessors in interest be barred. Additional to Grantor acquired information may be the execution o btained fro m t h e after of the Trust Deed, to records of the court, satisfy the foregothe Personal Repre- ing obli g ations sentative, or the law- thereby secured and yer for the Personal the costs and exRepresentative, Patri- penses of sale. NOcia Heatherman. TICE IS FURTHER G IVEN t ha t a n y person named in LEGAL NOTICE ORS 86.778 has the right, at any time T RUSTEE'S N O T ICE O F S A L E. prior to five days before the date last Reference is made to that certain line of set for the sale, to have this forecloc redit trust d e ed sure pr o ceeding (the "Trust Deed" ) dated S e ptember dismissed and the Trust Deed r ein12, 2005, executed stated by payment by Louis A. M arto Beneficiary of the quez (the "Grantor" ) entire amount then to U.S. Bank Trust due (other than Company, National such portion of the Association (the "Trustee" ), whose principal as would not then be due had mailing address is 111 S.W. Fifth Avno default occurred), and by enue, Suite 3500, Portland, O r egon curing an y o t h er 97204, to s e cure default complained of herein that is capayment and perpable of being cured formance of certain obligations of by ten de ring the p erformance r e G rantor t o U.S . Bank National Asquired under the obl igation o r T r u st sociation (the "Beneficiary"), including Deed and, in addition to paying said repayment of a p romissory n o t e sums or tendering p e r formance dated S e ptember the necessary to cure 1 3, 2005, i n t h e the default, by payprincipal amount of ing all costs and ex$64,800.00 (the "Note" ). The Trust penses actually inDeed was recorded curred in enforcing the obligation and on October 6, 2005, T rust D e ed , t o as Instrument No. gether with Trustee 2 005-68249 in t h e official real property and attorney fees r ecords o f D e s - not exceeding the amounts provided chutes County, Orby ORS 86.778. In egon. The legal description of the real construing this notice, the singular inproperty covered by the Trust Deed is as cludes the p lural, and t h e wor d follows: Lot 8 in "grantor" i n cludes Block 1 of THIRD any successor in ADDITION TO WOODLAND PARK interest of grantor, as well as any other HOMESITES, Deschutes County, Orp erson owing a n obligation, the peregon. No action has formance of which is been instituted to secured by the Trust recover the obligaDeed, a n d the tion, or an y p a rt words "trustee" and t hereof, no w r e "beneficiary" inmaining secured by clude their respecthe Trust Deed or, if s uch action h a s tive successors in been ins t ituted, interest, if any. In accordance with the s uch action h a s Fair Debt Collection been dismissed except as permitted by Practices Act, this is an attempt to colORS 86.752(7). The lect a debt, and any default for which the information obforeclosure is made is Grantor's failure tained will be used for that p urpose. to pay when due the f ollowing su m s : This c o mmunication is from a debt monthly payments in full owed under collector. For f u rther in f ormation, the Note beginning please contact Tony August 13, 2 012, Kullen at his mailand each month thereafter; and exing address of Miller Nash Graham & penses, costs, trustee fees and atDunn LLP, 111 S.W. Fifth Avenue, Suite torney fees. By reason of said default, 3400, Portland, Ore gon 97 2 0 4 o r Beneficiary has det elephone him a t clared all sums owing on the obkga(503) 22 4 -5858. tion secured by the D ATED this 2 8 t h day of September, Trust Deed immedi2015. /s/ Tony ately due and payKullen, Successor able which sums are as follows: (a) the T rustee. 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MSRP ......................... $20,635 TSS Discount ................. -$1,059 $19,576 Ford Credit Bonus Cash ....... -$750

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~81, 1$8 MSRP $40,796.VIN:¹F9835675. FUU-23 SubaruofBendDiscount$3,646.


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New 2015Subaru WRX STI Limited 6MT

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The 2016 Subaru Forester 2.OXT.Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, a 250-hp Direct-Injected Turbocharged SUBARU BOXERe engine, and it's a 2015 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ with optional Subaru EyeSight¹ Because while power is important, safety always comes first.

New 2016Subaru Legacy 3.6R Limit ed CVT A.P. R .


72 Months Financing, Ford Credit Financing, Tier 2 or better, On Approved Credit.

NEW 2015 FORD TRANSIT MEDIUM ROOF VAN 3.5 Ecoboost, Tow Package

VIN: A96680

MSRP ......................... $35,835 TSS Discount ................. -$3,300 Retail Customer Cash .......-$2,250 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* . . . . . -$500

Power Moonroof, Auto-Dimming Rear View Compass Mirror w/Homelink, Navigation Infotainment System, VoiceActivated Control Navi, Audio L HVAC, SiriusXM Travel Link, Weather, Sports 36 Months Free, Sirius XM Traffic 36 Months Free, Subaru Map Update Program 3 Year Free Llpdates, Eyesight Driver-Assist System, Pre-Collision Braking System, Pre-Collision Throttle Management System and Much More!


Tsss FordPrice 29,78 5

MSRP $34, 426. VIN:¹G3006840. GAK-23 SubaruofBendDiscount$2,097.

New 2016Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium CVT *Must finance through Ford Motor Credit and Approved Credit for $500 Ford Credit Bonus Cash.

NEW 2015 FORD ESCAPE 4WD Leather, Panorama Roof, Tow Package

VIN: C37213

MSRP ......................... $35,650 Sync 8 Sound Discount....... -$490 TSS Discount ................. -$1,852 $31,808 Retail Customer Cash ....... -$1,500 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* . . . -$1,000

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*Must finance through Ford Motor Credit and Approved Credit for $1,000 Ford Credit Bonus Cash.


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New 2016Subaru Forester 2.5i Premium CVT

Eyesight Driver-Assist System, Pre-Collision Braking System, Pre-Collision Throttle Management System, Lane Departure Warning L Lane Sway Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Steering Responsive Fog (SRF) Lights

2015 FORD F150 SUPER CREW 4X4, Ecoboost, Sync

MSRP ........ ................. $41,105 TSS Discount -$2,450 .
















$43,311 XLDlncount.................... -$750 Tsas Ford Price.............. $37,905 EcnBnost Cash................... -$300 Retail Customer Cash....... -$3,000 Ford Credit BonusCash*.........-$750 Flexible Cert .................. -$1,000




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MSRP $32,709.VIN:¹G3209153. GDD-15 SubaruofBendDiscount$746.



Navigation Infotainment System, VoiceActivated Control Navi, Audio L HVAC, SiriusXM Travel Link, Weather, Sports 36 Months Free, Sirius XM Traffic 36 Months Free, Subaru Map Update Program 3 Year Free Updates, Eyesight Driver-Assist System, Pre-Collision Braking System, Pre-Collision Throttle Management System, Lane Departure Warning L Lane Sway Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Responsive Fog (SRF) Lights, Subaru Rear Vehicle Detection System, Blind Spot Detection and Much More!

MSRP$28,991. VIN: ¹GH412132. GFF-14Subaru of Bend Discount $1,611.

*Must finance through Ford Motor Credit and Approved Credit for $750 Ford Credit Bonus Cash.

NEW 2015 FORD F250 CREW CAB XLT 4X4 DIESEL Long Bed, Power Seat, Tow Package,Remote Start, Rear View Camera, Tail Gate Step VIN: C14059 MSRP ......................... $55,100 TSS Discount ................. -$4,126 $50,974 Retail Customer Cash ..........-$2,500 Ford Credit BonusCash* ......-$1,500 Flexible Cert..................-$1,000



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*Must finance through Ford Motor Credit and Approved Credit for $1,500 Ford Credit Bonus Cash.


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New 2015 Subaru Impreza 2.0i / M T Option Package 01, Standard Model, All Weather Floor Mats, Tonneau Cover, Bumper Applique 5 Door

MSRP $19,836. VIN: ¹F9312766.FLA-01Subaru of BendDiscount $871.

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