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By Tyler Leeds

who complained their west-side neighborhoods were overrun

rental owners haven’t applied for a newly mandatory oper›

who rushed to acquire a permit before the city began drafting tougher regulations in fall 2014. By applying before the new rules kicked in, which happened in

ating license and are at risk of

April of this year, a rental owner

Another new rule requires

losing their land use permits, something many wouldn’t be

was able to avoid new limits which prevent any two from

The Bulletin

About 150 Bend vacation


able to reacquire.


Based on numbers available

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last week, around 100 of the at›

risk rentals are owned by people

with rentals that, they said,

were poorly managed and prone to hosting rude guests.

rental owners to purchase an operating license from the city, being within 250 feet of each oth› the proceeds from which will er’s property lines. be used to support increased The 250-feet rule was pro›

rental oversight.

posed in response to neighbors

an operating license by Oct. 2, she will lose her permit.

Any applications received after Sept. 1 incur a late fee of $50, pushing the total cost of the license up to $325. Lorelei Williams, who runs the city’ s vacation rental program, said

no slack will be given to appli› cations received after 5 p.m. on

Helping students who struggle By Abby Spegman

Oct. 2.

If an owner fails to acquire

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Australian aboriginal artist makes his first U.S. visit, sell› ing paintings in Manhattan.AS

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Ashlynn Bruse›

witz graduated high school three years

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ago and has been working as a home caregiver for seniors. She is starting at Central Oregon Com› munity College this fall and wants to go into the medical field, maybe as a nurse or technician. She plans to go part time at first and saysshe’llprob› ably end up transfer› ring to a four-year

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After Edela In Sierra Leone, survivors form a soccer team. It’s a way to beat the fear and the stigma.Al BLM This unlikely bureau› crat is a rock climber, not a ladder-climber.AS

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Autism, a lawsuit and a neighbors’ dispute

a four-year school. "I’m not really a good test-taker," Brusewitz said on her

way to registration this month on the

Bend campus. "I’m not really surprised." She is hardly alone. See COCC /A5

By Tracy Seipel San Jose Mercury News

Managing a pope’s security


Defending their lawsuit against the parents of a young boy with autism who they say became a public nuisance, the two couples who sued said Friday they only turned to the courts because the family refused to rein in the child who repeat› edly attacked their kids

By David Nakamura and Peter Hermann The Washington Post

and traumatized their

WASHINGTON Federal authorities


neighborhood. "I find it offensive that

are mobilizing one of the largest security

people assume I have no compassion for an autistic family when I am simply trying to defend and pro› tect my children from be›

operations in U.S.

history ahead of Pope Francis’ arrival Photos hyRyan Brehnecke/The Bulletin

ing assaulted," said Robert Flowers of the explosive

TOP:Jack Rosell, 11, splashes his way through the safe passage channel for floaters on inner tubes shortly after the Bend Whitewater Park opened to the public Friday. ABOVE: Dozens of spectators gather along the new footbridge to watch as paddlers ride the waves.

public backlash that sur› faced against him and his wife following this week’ s media accounts of their lawsuit against the boy’ s parents. "This is not about au›

The Bend Whitewater Park opened to the public Friday evening, drawing dozens of paddlers and spec› The new facility also includes a safe passage channel, where floaters can easily pass through the area and continue downstream.

safety," said Flowers, who spoke publicly for the first

The Bend Park 8 Recreation District and the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance are planning a small event

time Friday about the

case. The Flowerses were joined by neighbors

today to mark the end of construction, and Tumalo Creek Kayak 8z Canoe will host the last of its Pickin’ and Paddlin’ concerts at 5 p.m. today just upstream of the whitewater park.

Bindu Pothen and Kuma› ran Santhanam in their

sands of onlookers are expected to gather in all three cities for a glimpse of the Catholic Church leader, whose unri›

valed global popu› larity and proclivity to wade into public crowds has added to security concerns.

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lawsuit against the boy’ s parents, Vidyut Gopal and Parul Agrawal, claiming


that the boy, now 11, over

the years kicked and slapped children and re› peatedly bit people.


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EU migrautS Thousands of migrants were trapped Friday in a vicious tug-of-war as bickering European governments shut border crossings, blocked bridges and erected new barbed-wire fences in a bid to stem the wave of humanity fleeing conflict and poverty in the Middle East andAfrica. Asylum seekers who fled westward after being beaten back by tear gasand water cannon on the Hun› garian-Serbian border just days earlier found themselves being returned to Serbia, where their ordeal began, after Croatia declared it could not handle the influx. The EU’sfailure to find a unified re› sponse to the crisis left this tiny Balkan nation, one of the poorest in the European Union, squeezedbetween the blockades thrown up by Hungary and Slovenia and the unending flood of people flowing north from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Bady DOe A mother was arrested and her boyfriend was charged with murder in the death of a little girl whose body was found inside a trash bag on aBoston Harbor island this summer and whobecame known as BabyDoe,aprosecutorsaid Friday after a monthslong campaign to learn the girl’s identity. Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said that he authorized the murder charge for the boyfriend, Michael McCarthy, and that the mother, Rachelle Bond, was under arrest for accessory to murder after the fact. The girl became known as BabyDoe asinvestigators trying to findoutwho shewasand how shedied launcheda massivesocial media campaign including a composite sketch of her, showing her chubbycheeksand brown eyes.HerrealnamewasBellaBond, prosecutors said Friday.


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Since Aug. 29, there have Mesa police as well as the FBI been 11 confirmed shootings and the federal Bureau of Al› PHOENIX A suspect was of vehides in the Phoenix area cohol, Tobacco, Firearms and arrested Friday in a string of involving bullets or other pro› Explosives. "I think it’s fair to say since shootings that have kept driv› jectiles. Most occurred along ers on edge for weeks as ve› Interstate 10, a major route a week ago, we’ ve made head› hicles were struck with seem› through the city. The Wal-Mart way in this case," Department ingly random gunfire as they where the suspect was arrest› of Public Safety spokesman drove down Phoenix freeways. ed is 6 miles north of where Bart Graves said earlier Friday. The 21-year-old man was some of the shootings on I-10 Meanwhile Friday, a judge arrested at a Wal-Mart in Glen› occurred. o rdered th e r e lease o f a dale, a suburb west of Phoenix There have been no serious 19-year-old man who was de› at about 7 p.m., said Daniel injuries, though a 13-year-old tained at a convenience store Scarpinato, a spokesman for girl’s ear was cut by glass after on Sept. 11 and questioned re› Gov. Doug Ducey. a bullet shattered a window of garding the shootings. Department of Public Safe› a vehicle she was riding in. ty Director Frank M i l stead There has not been a con› announced the arrest at a firmed shooting in the case news conference two hours since Sept. 10. later, saying a suspect was ar› The shootings have prompt› rested in four of the 11 shoot› ed several school districts to ings. He said the investigation keep their buses off freeways, continues. and some motorists have al› "Are there others out there? tered their commutes to avoid The Associated Press


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Bergdahl court-martial Theofficer who ledthe investiga› tion of Bowe Bergdahl’s disappearance andcapture in Afghanistan six years ago testified Friday that the Army sergeant said hewalked away from his post as part of a plan to spark asearch andget the attention of a general so hecould express his concerns about his unit’s leadership. Maj. Ben. Kenneth Dahl told a packedcourtroom at Fort Sam Houston in SanAntonio that Bergdahl felt the prob› lems were so severe that they put his platoon in danger, but that Bergdahl’s perceptions were "completely off the mark." Dahl said Bergdahl had anelaborate plan to headfrom his post to the forward operating base roughly19 miles away,expecting to arrive while a search was underway and to create a "PRevent" that might get a general to listen to him.

Planned Parenthood Seekingto avert a government shut› down, Republican leaders drove a bill blocking Planned Parent› hood’s federal funds through the House onFriday, hoping to contain conservatives’ demands for a politically risky showdown with Pres› ident Barack Obama bystriking a quick blow against abortion. The nearly party-line 241-187 vote followed a no-holds-barred debate that included a graphic, poster-sized photo of a scarred, aborted fetus and underscored how abortion has resurfaced as a white-hot political issue. The battle has beenrejoined just in time for the 2016 election campaign and next week’s historic address to Congress by Pope Francis. KentuCky Clerk Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis mayhave again defied a federal judge’s order regarding gay-marriage licenses by altering license forms to removeher name, anattorney who rep› resents one of the clerk’s employeestold the judge Friday in acourt filing. In a separate filing Friday, attorneys for the gaycouples who sued Davis appear to agree.Davis spent five days in jail for refusing to obey a federal judge’s ruling that she issuemarriage licenses to same-sex couples to comply with a U.S.SupremeCourt decision that effectively legalized gaymarriage nationwide. — Fromwirereports

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It’s Saturday, Sept. 19, the 262nd day of 2015.There are 103 days left in the year.

HAPPENINGS OktOderfeSt TheGer› man festival kicks off in Mu› nich. The city has been agate› way for asylum seekers, and officials are weighing a plan to divert trainloads of asylum seekers awayfrom the city.

HISTORY Highlight:In1985, the Mexico City area wasstruck by adev› astating earthquake that killed at least 9,500 people. In1777, the first Battle of Sara› toga was fought during the Revolutionary War; although British forces succeeded in driving out the American troops, the Americans pre› vailed in a secondbattle the following month. In1796, President George Washington’s farewell address was published. In1881, the 20th president of the United States, James Garfield, died 2~/~ months after being shot by CharlesGuiteau; Chester Alan Arthur became president. In1915, vaudeville performer W.C. Fields madehis movie debut as "Pool Sharks," a one-reel silent comedy, was released. In1934, Bruno Hauptmann was arrested in NewYork and charged with the kidnap-mur› der of Charles Lindbergh Jr. In1945, Nazi radio propagan› dist William Joyce, knownas "Lord Haw-Haw," wasconvict› ed of treason andsentenced to death by a British court. In1955, President Juan Peron of Argentina wasousted after a revolt by the armyand navy. In1959, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, visiting Los Ange› les, reacted angrily upon being told that, for security reasons, he wouldn’t get to visit Disn› eyland. In1960,Cuban leader Fidel Castro, in NewYork to visit the United Nations, angrily checked out of the Shelburne Hotel in a dispute with the management; Castroendedup staying at the Hotel Theresa in Harlem. In1970,the situation comedy "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" debuted on CBS. In1995, The NewYork Times andTheWashingtonPost published the manifesto of Un› abomber TedKaczynski, which proved instrumental in identi› fying and capturing him. Ten years age:North Korea pledged to drop its nuclear weapons development and re› join international arms treaties, but its leaders backpedaled the next day, demanding civilian nuclear reactors from the U.S. Five years age:The BPoil well at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico was declared "effec› tively dead" by retired Coast Guard Adm. ThadAllen, the government’s point man on the blowout disaster, after it was sealed with a permanent cement plug. One year age:President Barack Obama signed legisla› tion authorizing the military to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels fighting Islamic State militants in the Middle East.

BIRTHDAYS Host JamesLipton (" Insidethe Actors Studio" ) is 89.Actress Rosemary Harris is 88.Actor Adam West is 87.Singer-song› writer Paul Williams is 75. R8 B singer FredaPayneis 73. Actor Randolph Mantooth is 70. Actor Jeremy Irons is 67. Actress Twiggy Lawson is66. TV personality Joan Lunden is 65. Actor Scott Colomby is 63. Musician-producer Nile Rodgers is 63.College Football Hall of Famerandformer NFL player ReggieWilliams is 61. Singer-actor RexSmith is 60. Rock singer Lita Ford is57. Ac› tress Carolyn McCormick is 56. Celebrity chef Mario Batali is 55. Country singer TrishaYear› wood is 51.Actress-comedian Cheri Oteri is 50. Actress Sanaa Lathan is 44. Rocksinger A. Jay Popoff (Lit) is 42. "Tonight Show" host JimmyFallon is 41. Folk-rock singers-musicians Sara andTeganQuin are35. Ac› tress Danielle Panabaker is28. — From wire reports

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Gender and food: why LI SLl ? a urn moon yogurt is feminineand I esa o a ocean meat is masculine It’s possible that the icy "water world" of Saturn’s moon Enceladus could be

By Danielle Paquette

state food and red state food. Food at the White House has

The Washington Post

A Yoplait Strawberry a tendency to delineate along commercial, released in g e nder lines as opposed to po› June, shows a slender bru- litical lines ... Both presidents

hospitable for microbial life.

nette dancing around a

th a t I worked with, if we had

pink cottage. "Good news, opened up a BBQ pit or rib everybody," she coos in a j oint,they’dbejustas happy." Re s earchers wanted to un› French accent. "There is now25percentlesssugar!" derstand just how strongly An Arby’s advertise- t hese kind of assumptions af› ment, which hit the air- f eet our daily eating habits.


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An illustration of the interior of Saturn’s moon Enceladus showing a global liquid ocean between its

rocky core and icy crust.


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only a regional phenomenon, ferent quarters suggesting Los Angeles Times h idden beneath nearly 2 2 that there may be a lot more Since NASA’s C as sini miles of ice. heat produced either now or "Remember, the spacecraft in the past in Enceladus than spacecraft spotted plumes of water spewing out of cracks flew only over the south pole, we had been thinking," Porco in Enceladus’ surface rough› so it’s much harder for them said. "And that’s going to be ly a decade ago, Saturn’s to be able to say what’s on really exciting once people

probably not co- t l

icy moon has captured the

the other side of the moon,"

work that out ... no one’s real›


imaginations of scientists and layfolk alike who wondered

said study coauthor Carolyn

ly, like, rolled up their sleeves and really (been) diving into

whether liquid water

aging team at the Space Sci› it." ence Institute in Colorado. For Enceladus, all the in› F or the n e w p a per, r e › gredients for a p otentially searchers pai n stakingly habitable environment wa›

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Now, through a careful analysis of more than sev› en years’ worth of images, a team of scientists has found that Enceladus harbors a global ocean far more ex› tensive than the southern sea that r esearchers described

Porco, leader of Cassini’s im›

mapped features such as cra› ter, simple organic molecules and potentially (at the hydro› and looked for tiny discrep› thermal hot spots) an energy ancies in their position at dif› source to draw from. But the ferent points in time, to see question is, has that habitable whether the moon had spun a environment b een a r o u nd little faster or slower than ex› long enough for microbial life pected at various moments in to arise? ters and ridges on Enceladus

just last year. its orbit around Saturn. The The findings, released on› magnitude of this "wobble" in line by the journal Icarus, its spin could offer insight into could shed light on the inter› how Saturn’s massive gravi› nal dynamics of one of the tational pull affects the mass few worlds in our solar sys› within E n celadus › and, tem with the potential to host thus, what Enceladus’ interior life. looks like. The researchers found a

Ripe for life

"Those conditions have to

be around for a time greater than the origin of life," Porco sard. The problem with that stan›

dard, of course, is that we don’t know how long it took for life to arise on Earth in the

first place, she added. It could have been 100 million years or a mere million years; for now, that remains a mystery.

distinct wobble one that, Enceladus is one of sever› while exceedingly difficult to al icy "water worlds" in our pick out, was still far higher solar system, such as Jupi› than would be expected if En› ter’s moons Europa and Gan› celadus was solid all the way Mission ahead? Porco says she and some ymede, that appear to host through. The wobble showed liquid water b eneath their that Enceladus’ icy shell must colleagues are working on a frozen shells. If they also con› be separatedfrom the core by proposalfora discovery-class tain the right chemical ingre› a liquid layer and that icy NASA mission that would try dients, they could, hypothet› shell is more easily influenced to addresssome of these quesically speaking, be habitable by Saturn’s gravity. tions more directly, by send› for microbial life. Enceladus The wobble "is more pro› ing a spacecraft to Enceladus has been caught periodically nounced if it’s tugging on the with the right kind of instru› squirting water out of slits in ice shell because the ice shell ments to probe the chemistry its southern pole since 2005, is a lot less massive, so it’s a of the moon’s interior. The and since then, Cassini has lot easier to move around," instruments on such a space› also found signs of simple or› Porco said. craft would look for the pres› ganic molecules in that plume This layer of ocean is prob› ence of amino acids or fatty and hydrothermal activity be› ably quite thin, she said. But acids, among other clues. neath the surface. its very presence took plane› But don’t start packing Last year, scientists study› tary scientists by surprise be› your scuba gear just yet: ing the moon’s gravitational cause the presence of so much Those questions won’t be an› field announced that they’ d liquid water implies that En› swered anytime soon. Such a identified a lens-shaped sea celadus is much warmer than mission, if approved, would beneath the southern pole. previously thought. probably be launched in 2022 "There are other lines of But this nearly 6.5-mile-thick and probably wouldn’t arrive layer of water was apparently evidence coming from dif› until about 2029, she said.

Why youshould reallystop buying ’antibacterial’ soaps By Rachel Feltman At face value, the promise

available literature on tridosan

of "antibacterial" soaps seems concluded the exact same thing. squeaky dean: Fewer bacteria Triclosan does work over means less chance of illness,

right? Germs are gross. Even if you bu y into that

which you

shouldn’ t, because most of the bacteria you interact with are

research, published this week

clusive, but the Food and Drug

found that, under normal hand Administration has asked that washing conditions, antibac› companies who use the ingredi›

terial soap wasn’t any better at killing germs than regular

ent study its safety and efficacy more closely.

identical muffins in

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toral scene and no splashy adjectives.

food choices. If a product

O t h ers m ixed up al l t h ese

doesn’t arrive in its expect- qualifiers, pairing "mega" ed gendered packaging, w ith, say, a ballerina. we may be less likely to Pe o pl e r esponded most buy or savor it. favorably when social con› "Not only d o p eople s t ructs remained intact. "Participants

tend to eat what others in

r a te d the

their culture eat," the re- p roduct as more attractive, searchers wrote, "but what reported stronger purchase people eat communicates

i n t entions and were willing

something about the kind t o pay more money for it," the of person they are." researchers wrote. "Partici› Co-author Luke Zhu, p a nts rated the product as ac› an assistant business pro- tually tasting better when the fessor at the University of

h e a l thiness and the ’gender’

Manitoba in Canada, said matched." a growing body of eviThe t a keaway, Zhu said: dence suggeststhatdiners, Consumers should be aware

consciously or not, associ- that gender norms may affect ate healthy food with "fern- our grocery choices. ininity" an d u n healthy Ord e ring s a lad d oesn’ t food with "masculinity." ha v e to be an act of identity His team decided to r e bellion. It m ight actual› investigate the phenome-

l y s ave the arteries of peo›

non after a former White pie who strongly identify as House chef gave an inter- burly. "Based on our data, they’ re view about his meal prepa› ration process. Before m ore likely to be inclined to› President Barack Obama’s ward unhealthy food," Zhu sa i d . "There’s very serious

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their young daughter. said the boy attacked their young son on his fourth birth› day pulling his hair, shak› ing his head back and forth, kicking him on his back re›

"But she could use some

Continued fromA1 Reached Friday night, the boy’s parents emphatically said "we do not agree" with their neighbors’ daims, and dedined to comment further on the pending litigation.

work on her personal presen› tation," he added. "She seemed

Advocates for families with autistic children and relatives,

a little strident and acerbic as

meanwhile, are calling the

case the attacks continued.

the night wore on. She needs to work on having a more pleas›

lawsuit an outrage, and fear that if the plaintiffs prevail it

"I didn’t want to do it, be› cause I knew I would look like

ant demeanor." With the heightened atten› tion, Fiorina will no doubt face

could lead to copycat actions the bad guy," Flowers said. "We’ re not upset about him against other families with

os- e aemomen is us asa By Seema Mehta and Mark Z. Barabak Los Angeles Times

Carly Fiorina fought and scraped her way to the top of

the male-dominated business world, becoming chief execu› tive of one of the tech industry’s

iconic companies. She fought and scraped her

notably her chief credential›

her rocky tenure as the chief of

parentsor babysitters often

winner of this week’s debate

Hewlett-Packard, where Fiori› na oversaw the layoff of 30,000

weren’t around at the time of the attacks to prevent them. "This has to do with the p arents’ r e sponsibility t o

The question, now that Fio›

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rina is having her moment: Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina speaks at a Does her underfunded cam› presidential forum Friday sponsored by Heritage Action at the Bon paign have the capacity to reap Secours Wellness Arena, in Greenville, South Carolina. the benefits of her newfound momentum? "We’ ll see if she capitalizes

to seriously compete for the ... meaning raising some mon› nomination. ey so she can go out and begin Republican donors, notably making her case in the early in California, have been in› states and beyond," said Scott trigued by Fiorina’s rise from Reed, a veteran GOP strate› gist who is neutral in the Re›

an afterthought in the polls to

the top tier of candidates, but publican race. "The calendar m any have held offon opening has not changed. This is still their checkbooks. Her debate a marathon and only candi› performance could persuade dates with the financial means them to donate. are going to be able to go the Fiorina’s campaign dedined distance. to provide details about fund› The first nominating votes raising, but the candidate head› in the contest are set for just lined a fundraiser Thursday over four months from now in night in Los Angeles hosted by Iowa, followed by New Hamp› notable GOP donors, induding shire, South Carolina and Ne› former Univision chief Jerry vada. Then comes a sprawling Perenchio. "Mr. Perenchio is very proud successionof primaries and caucuses. of her; he thinks she won the Larry Gerston, a longtime debate and he will continue to Fiorina watcher and emeritus support her," said Cassandra professor of political science at Vandenberg, a political adviser San Jose State University, said to Perenchio, who has donated after her widely acclaimed de› more than $1 million to the su› bate performance that the hard per PAC backing Fiorina. part is just beginning. The super PAC, Carly for "This will be her moment. America, said Thursday that it Not (Wednesday) night, really, had already seen an uptick in but the next two, three weeks, donations since the debate. "We have definitely seen an assuming the next few polls show she’s moved up," he said. increase in fundraising, an in› Fiorina had won positive re› crease in Web traffic and an all› views after the first debate in around surge of support," said August and has been well-re› spokeswoman Katie Hughes, ceived in t h e e arly-voting though she dedined to provide states. But that has not trans›

lated into strong fundraising, key endorsements or the or› ganizational st.ngth needed

workers, the offshoring of jobs, and a sharp drop in stock value. Other areas for inquiry include Fiorina’s landslide loss to Sen. Barbara Boxer in 2010, and her

Senate run

paper trail to be established in

After yet one more attack in early 2014, Santhanam

said, he and his wife asked Gopal and Agrawal to meet with them to talk about the

control their child," said San› problemsand create a plan thanam. After one incident, that would keep the children he recalled, Gopal told him, on the block safe. He said at "He’s autistic there is noth› one point, Gopal and Agraw› mg you can do. al suggested their son could Santhanam said he and his play outside on either the odd wife, who have lived on the or even days of the week, and block since 1999, said they the other children could play first met Gopal and Agraw› on the opposite days. al when they moved in next But the boy’s parents, San›

spotty voting history. In recent days, a supporter lican strategist and pollster at of one of Fiorina’s Republican South Carolina’s Clemson Uni› rivals shared Boxer’s opposi› versity, says it’s important to tion research book from the distinguish between activists 2010 campaign with reporters. and political insiders who The 219-page tome indudes her might have hung on every tenure at HP, her net worth and word of the marathon debate› property holdings, and details and the more typical voter. about her divorce. He says that in 20 years of Critics who railed against polling, the winner of the South Fiorina during that campaign, Carolina primary has never such as the granddaughter of finished higher than fourth HP co-founder David Packard, place in surveys taken around could re-emerge. this stage. Fiorina got an early-morn› "People have to get through ing dose of the heightened Thanksgiving and Christmas vetting Thursday on NBC’s and that all before they start "Today" show, when she was focusing on politics," Woodard asked why Republicans should said. "I’m not saying (Fiorina) rally behind a candidate whose didn’t do well. She certainly last two major endeavors› showed herself to be a viable her tenure at HP and the 2010 candidate." But, he added, even in the state that votes third in the GOP contest, "If you were

Robert Flowers

reluctantly called the police, because he said he wanted a

being autistic," Robert F1ow› ers clarified. ’Vile are con› cerned and upset about his the years because the boy’ s violence to our children."

thecrowded Republic an presidential field to the hands-down at the Reagan Presidential Library.


autistic relatives. Santhanam, however, said the problem worsened over

heightened scrutiny. Her record will be scoured,

way from an afterthought in

But in October, when he

door with their son in 2007.

Not long after, they said, their neighbor’s baby son was diagnosed with autism. "It was very hard for them, and we tried to do everything we could to support them,"

recalled Santhanam. "They were clearly struggling." He said neighbors were sensitive to the couple’s situa› tion and made sure to include the family in activities on the

thanam said, ultimately didn’ t commit to anything. The two

couples filed their lawsuit in June 2014, asking the court for a preliminary injunction against the family to ensure their son does not strike, as› sault or batter anyone in the

neighborhood or their person› al property. One month later, the judge agreed. By last September, Gopal and Agrawal moved out of

block When the boy’s par› their Arlington Court home ents told Pothen that the boy to a rental house in another shouldn’t eat sweets, for ex› part of Sunnyvale, where ample, she and others made they say the neighbors have sure that at Halloween and been more tolerant. The cou› Easter, neighbors gave the pletold the San Jose Mercury boy other items as treats, in› News that they don’t plan to cluding special eggs. move to their house. The couple said they told The case returns to court their two young children that ’Ibesday, when a judge will the boywas diff erent and had hear arguments about wheth› some problems, and to try to er the plaintiffs should have understand that. "We have an access to the boy’s school and opportunity to be around di› medical records. versity, so we embraced that As difficult as it has been

ended, respec›

tively, in her firing and a crush› ing defeat. ’When you lead, you chal› to ask Republicans right now, I bet not even 10 percent of them lenge the status quo, which is what the American people could name her." Some political strategists want now," Fiorina said, offer› thought Fiorina did not fare as ing her rote response to ques› well as the marathon debate tions about her dismissal. "And went on, a potential problem as you make enemies when you voters give her a second, third challenge the status quo and I made some." or fourth look. "She’s a very good commu› She was cutoffby host Sanicator, she speaks a language vannah Guthrie, who asked that’s very understandable and whether those blots on her re› she’s very articulate," said Don cord were a weakness. "I don’t think it’s a weakness details. Sipple, a veteran political com› For all the raves, there is the munications consultant who is at all," Fiorina curtly replied. risk of getting too carried away. watching the Republican con› "All of us are going to have to David Woodard, a Repub› test from the sidelines. defend our track record."

fact," Pothen said. But the in› on Arlington Court, Pothen cidents continued, she said. said, there were no more By August 2013, when the problems after the injunction

Flowerses moved in, they told their two young children that the boy was "special, and we need to understand him," even after the boy slapped

was granted. "Why did we need an in› junction to make sure that

they are following laws we all have to follow?"

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Continued from A1 The city appointed a volun› flexibility. "Whether or not these own› teer task force to study new rental regulations in Novem› ers maintain it, time will tell," ber 2014, a process that last› he said. "There are pretty in› ed through the winter. As the tense management requireCity Council began to focus on ments to having a short-term the issue that summer, rental rental, and some people might applications surged, with 65 find it’s more intense than arriving in September alone. they care for." Those worried about rentals As part of the operating were optimistic that some of license, rental owners are these applications were in› required to give the city a 24› tended to give the owner the hour contact number, which option of having a rental, and neighbors can use to complain that many w o uldn’t f ollow through once the new rules

contact information wasn’t a

big deal. "I think it’s a good idea to have a number for people to

majority of rentals do not have

problems. What I don’t under› stand is why didn’t the city just target the problem (rentals), instead of penalizing good owners."

Roach said the operating li› cense fee, which must be paid she is currently working to en› every year, is "a pain in the about issues. Williams said

vacation rentals in Old Bend

and was a member of the

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call if there is a problem, but

we’ ve never really had one," he said. "By and large, the vast

were enacted. ter all of that information onto butt," but he understands the That interpretation seems to a website, though some con› need. "The question really is what have panned out, as 97 permit tact information is already up holders who applied on or af› on the city’s website. are you paying for, and what "You can type the address you’ re paying for is for them ter Sept. 17 have not yet sought a license, according to Rachel of the location where you be› to do their due diligence," he Ruppel, a city of Bend commu› lieve a short-term rental is lo› said. "You’ re paying for them nity planner. In total, the city cated and then get the contact to make sure owners know has issued around 700 rental number," she said. "You can the new regulations and they permits. use that 24 hours, seven days a are being followed, with no› Assistant C it y M a n a ger week to speak with the owner tifications, a fire inspection, Jon Skidmore said some at› about any problems." and all the other stuff. I sup› trition was expected, saying Stan Roach, who owns four pose that’s fair." that obtaining a permit be› forethe new rules took effect

— Reporter: 541-633-2160, tleeds@bendbulletin.corn

By Randy Kennedy New York Times News Service


For at

least the last century, it has always been a momentous occasion: An artist from the hinterlands arrives in New York for the first time, hop› ing for what the writer Wil›

lie Morris called "the tender security of fulfillment." But

for the painter Warlimpir› rnga Tjapaltj arri, things were a little different.

First, Tjapaltjarri, who is believed to be in his late 50s, has had an interna›

tional following for several years, and currently has pieces in a show traveling the United States. Second, Tjapaltjarri’s h interlands

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ing for Tjapaltjarri, who was most. Until he was in his the eldest male in his family in 20s, he and his family, part the desert and, as a healer and of the Pintupi Aboriginal keeper of ancestral stories at group, lived in a part of the the heart of the Pintupi people, Western Australia desert is still a commanding presence other Pintupi were forcibly

with instructors what t h ey

should be teaching in those courses and how they should be assessing students.

Just as the number of students Newby said officials may who enrolled at COCC rose also look at ways to improve following the GreatRecession, the academic advising for devel› percentage of those students opmental students. To help needing developmental course with these efforts, COCC has work also increased. applied for a five-year, $2.5 course. Other research sug› ~ T otal number ofstudents million federal grant. In their gests most will not complete application, officials said they taking classeswith the the corresponding college-lev› hoped to increase the number opportunity to earncredit el course within two school of students moving from de› ~ T otal number ofstudents velopmental to college-level years, and the more devel› taking developmental opmental courses students math and writing by 5 percent math and writing classes take, the less likely they are to over five years. The college 12,000studentheadcount--------› graduate. will find out if it got the grant The nonprofit Complete in October or November. College America has called Elsewhere in Oregon, com› developmental education "the munity colleges are redesign› Bermuda Triangle of high› ing or combining develop› 2,789 er education," where many mental courses, and letting students enter and few come 6,000 students take developmental out. It’s an issue community and college-level courses at collegesacross the country 4,000 the same time. In the coming and herein Oregon,including years officials will watch to COCC, are working to address 2,000 see if these changes improved by combining courses, offer› outcomes for developmental ing new ones and taking a sec› students. ond look at those placement Lawmakers may also be ~~’ rh+ Z> 4i ~~ 4’ ~> ~t"’ tests. watching. This session they (P rP rP rP ~Q ~ + "Suffice it to say communi› REL Northwest found 73 per›

cent of high school graduates who enrolled in an Oregon community college within six years of graduation took at least one developmental

ty colleges need to do better with developmental education. They know that, we all know that. That’s not a secret," said Elizabeth Cox-Brand, the stu›

dent success and assessment director at Oregon Community

College Association, which rep› resents the state’s 17 commu› nity colleges. "(The research) is not pretty, but it says what we’ ve been saying for years." The REL Northwest study

Note: Students enrolled in multiple courses are counted multiple times in a headcount.

Pete Smith /The Bulletin

relocated into settlements in the 1950s and ’60s, his

family remained out of view, hunting lizards and wearing no clothes except for human-hair belts, as its ancestors had for tens of

thousands of years. When they were encountered by chance in 1984 and per›

suaded to move to a Pintupi community, they instantly became famous,known in

newspaper accounts as the Pintupi Nine and described as the last "lost tribe."

Since that time, Tjapalt› jarri has taken up painting on canvas with two broth›

ers, adapting ceremonial designs that Pintupi men used on rocks, spears and

ry focus of his paintings. The way that the lines and curves tell the stories remains

mostly a mystery. "I’ ve been nity where he lives in the Gib› asking that question for 40 son Desert. The paintings that years, and I’ ve never really have made him a sought-after gotten the same answer twice it’s very inside knowledge," figure in the Desert Painting movement, which arose in the said Fred Myers, an anthro› 1970s and sowed international pologist at New York Uni› interest in Aboriginal art, are versity who has studied the in one sense transcriptions Pintupi and their art since the of the stories. They seem ab› early 1970s and as a doctoral stract, made from thousands student helped bring attention of dots a signature of much to the Papunya Tula Artists desert painting. The dots form cooperative, which is owned tight parallel lines that, when and directed by Aboriginal viewed close up, oscillate. people from the Western Des› The lines and switchbacks, ert. "The paintings operate painted on linen canvas while more like mnemonic devices it is flat on the ground, cor› than like representations of a respond to mythical stories narrative " about the Pintupi and the for› mation of the desert world in which they live. Some of the

stories, which are told in song, can be painted for public con› vealed to outsiders. "My land,

first trip to another country last week, arriving in New

my country," said Tjapaltjar› ri, the only English words he

York for the first solo ex›

uttered during an interview,

hibition of his work in the

pointing at a painting with a circle made out of dots. He Dressed in j eans, a said it represented a group of checked shirt, Everlast ancestral women who appear United States.

tennis shoes and a black

cowboy hat, Tj a pa ltjarri

suggested one reason so many recommendations. COCC has dents to use their scores on students test into develop› a new, shorter math sequence the state’s new Smarter Bal› mental education is that high for students who plan to study anced tests, taken for the first school graduation require› fields that don’t require ad› time this spring. Students who ments don’t match the require› vanced math think anthro› score a 3 or a 4 on the four› ments to place into college-lev› pology, sociology or political point scale could move direct› el courses. And students like science as an alternative to ly into college-level classes at B rusewitz w h o w a i ted t o a longer sequence that focuses community colleges and pub› enroll at community college on algebra. lic universities in Oregon. The "They do need math to grad› test aligns with the rigorous may have forgotten content or may not have prepared for the uate, but they don’t need high› Common Core standards the placement test. ly intensive math you’d need state adopted in 2010. "These students may have for a STEM field," said Jenni› Results released last week the potential to do well in a col› fer Newby, COCC’s interim show Oregon students may lege-level course but perform executive dean for instruction/ have a long way to go: 67 per› poorly on the relevant place› chief academic officer who cent of high school juniors ment exam and thus end up in served on the work group. were on track to graduate developmental education," the COCC long ago combined ready for college English, study’s author, Michelle Hoda› its developmental courses in while just 30 percent were on ra, wrote. reading and writing. Now, trackto be ready for college Beginning in fall 2013, of› Newby said, officials are going math. ficials from each communi› back and looking at how that’ s — Reporter: 541-617-7837, ty college in Oregon began working, as well as reviewing aspegman@bendbulleti n.corn meeting to look at ways to streamline developmental ed›

saltwater flat that is the prima›

in Kiwirrkurra, the commu›

in Australia, he took his

quiring the Higher Education Coordinating C o mmission

cal students; making advising tion to oversee another work and orientation mandatory for group toexamine and recomdevelopmental students; using mend effective strategies for measures other than place› placement in community col› ment tests to determine a stu› leges courses. The group must dent’s level; and offering test report back to lawmakers by preparation before a student February and submit final rec› takes a placement test. ommendations by September This year the colleges are 2016. implementing some of those One possibility is for stu›

only at night in the desert around Lake Mackay, a vast

their bodies. While he has sumption, but others are too traveled several times with› sacred or powerful to be re›

passed House Bill 2681, re›

and the State Board of Educa›

Karsten Moran / The New York Times

Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri stands with two of his untitled paintings at Salon 94 in New York. Traveling from the remote Australian desert to the United States for his first solo show here, Tjapaltjarri has had much to adjust to.

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said through an interpret› er that he was enjoying the attention his paintings were receiving but that the city itself was a little intimidat›

ing. He liked the subway, but the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center not so

much. He laughed and pat› ted his considerable paunch to show where the butter›

flies were. It’s not a customary feel›

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ucation sequences, which are

offered in math, reading and writing. The group’s goal was to find ways to decrease attri› tion rates and the time it takes

to complete the sequences. Cox-Brand said the t i m i ng

was key this was early in the tenure of the Oregon Edu› cation Investment Board and


achievement compacts (both have since been retired) and there was talk of tying com› munity college funding to outcomes, a possibility still

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discussed in Salem.


community college students


"We are assigning too many

to long developmental educa› tionsequences,guaranteeing that most of them will never matriculate to four-year insti›

tutions, complete associate de› gree orearn certificates," CoxBrand wrote in a 2014 report

from the work group. Recommendations th at came out of the meetings in›

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o e ea s or avana core .. By Chris Kraul Los Angeles Times

LaWmaker bOyCOtt A Republican lawmaker said he will boycott PopeFrancis'speechtoCongressnextweekbecauseof the possibility the pontiff will discuss his support for policies to fight climate change. Three-term Rep.Paul Gosar of Arizona said that as aRoman Catholic, he initially was excited to learn of the pope’s visit to Washington and his address to Congress. ButGosarsaid hede› cided not to attend after he readmedia reports that the popeplans to devote much of the speech toadvocating for what Gosarcalls "flawed climate changepolicies." In a column Thursday onthe conservative website townhall. corn, Gosar wrote that hewas appalled by apapal teaching doc› ument that "condemnedanyone skeptical of the link between human activity and climate change." Hesaid that if the pope stuck to standard Christian theology or spokeout with moral authority against violent Islam, "I would bethere cheering him on."

BOGOTA, Colombia›

Having helped engineer the historic rapprochement between the United States

and Cuba, Pope Francis lands in Havana this after›

noon, the first leg of a nine› day trip that includes stops in Washington, New York and Philadelphia. Carmine Gaiasso I Northjersey.corn via The Associated Press

Student council representatives from the Academy of Saint Paul in Ramsey, New Jersey, walk back to class carrying a cardboard cutout of Pope Francis on Friday after they assembled and formed

a cross that they plan to tweet to the pope.


land Security Committee, said

Continued fromA1

SecretService had disrupted a

publicly last weekend that the

Thousands of federal and

local personnel will be de› ployed to keep the pontiff and the public safe. The ch a llenges are immense. The pope’s five-day tour,

plot related to the pope’s visit. But other federal authorities

position that the U.S. lift its trade embargo because of the suffering it causes

among poor Cubans. The pope played a piv›

alleged incident. Security experts empha›

that led to last Decem›

s ized t ha t

p r o tecting t h e

will include appearances at the White House and Con›

tors in large crowds. In 2013,

gress, a parade on Constitu› a passenger vehicle carrying tion Avenue in Washington, the pope was blockaded by a mass at Madison Square frenzied crowds in Rio de Ja› Garden, a procession through neiro. Francis rolled down his Central Park in New York, and an open-air Mass with

ening of tensions with the formal re-establishment of diplomatic relations in July. While in Cuba, the pope may reiterate the Catho› lic Church’s longstanding

said they were not aware of the

pope is uniquely challenging because of his penchant for mingling directly with specta›

his first in the United States,

The visits to both coun› tries underscore the less›

window, touching those who

otal role i n

n e gotiations

ber’s announcement of a resumption i n r e l ations.

Francis hosted meetings at the Vatican between U.S.

and Cuban negotiators and had sent letters to President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro to

urge an accord. Obama has on numerous

reached into the car, and he up to 1.5 million people in even kissed a baby passed to Philadelphia. him through the window, ac› His Big Apple visit coincides cording to news accounts. with the 70th U.N. General Secret Service agents said

which also led to the re›

Assembly, where more than

ber from a Cuban prison.

that in the past they have been

150 foreign delegations are instructed by Vatican officials also expected, creating a vir› not to manhandle the pope tual lockdown in portions of in rope lines; with U.S. presi› midtown. dents,agents are accustomed Homeland SecuritySecre- to holding onto a belt or suit tary Jeh Johnson has desig› coat to be able to evacuate him nated Francis’ stops in each quickly. city a National Special Secu› Congressional leaders sent rity Event, a rare designation to streamline the federal re›

a memo to lawmakers this

week instructing them not

sponse that had previously

to reach out to shake hands been used fo r p r esidential or touch Francis as he walks i naugurations, state of t h e through the House cham› union addresses, political con› ber to deliver remarks next ventions, NATO summits, the Thursday. 1998 Winter Olympics and Su› "I was never more moved per Bowl XXXVI in 2002. than by what I saw of the ef› The U.S. Secret Service is fects the pope has on people,"

occasionscredited Francis for his diplomatic efforts, lease of U.S. consultant Alan Gross last Decem› Gross, who had been held for five years on espionage charges, was exchanged for three Cubans locked up in the U.S. on spying charges. Analysts say Francis is likely to advance church

— The Associated Press

has been for the hemisphere in past decades and he is a man who wants to resolve con›

flicts," said Enrique Pumar, a native Cuban who is now a

sociology professor at Cath› olic University of America in Washington. "The church would also like to gain political leverage in a country where it wants to play a bigger role, es› pecially in education." Matthew Carnes, a Jesuit priest and assistant professor

of government at Georgetown University, said the pope’s trip will "burnish the church’s im›

age" for its direct role in the U.S. and Cuba accord, but also attempt to advance religious

also like to produce radio and T he visit r e flects t h e television programs and dis› church’s improved standing in seminate literature. Cuba, where about one-quar› T he f i rs t L a t i n A m e r i › ter of the population is con› can-elected pope, Francis, sidered practicing Catholics. 78, will m a intain a h e ctic Since the 1980s, Cuba has three-dayagenda, celebrating slowly allowed more freedoms Mass in Spanish in Havana, to the church, two decades af› Holguin and at the country’ s ter having forced most priests most revered Roman Catholic and nuns to flee the country. shrine at El Cobre near Santi› D ual membership in t h e ago de Cuba. Communist Party and the Raul Castro is due to at› Roman Catholic Church has tend each Mass, having made been allowed since the early a surprise announcement in 1990s, following three decades May after meeting with Fran› of enforced atheism. Christ› cis at the Vatican that the pope mas and Good Friday were had inspired him to consider declared national holidays rejoining the church. The Vat› following Pope John Paul II’s ican has said the pope has re› visit after years of status as quested a meeting with Fidel workdays. Castro, 89, his frail health per› Recently, the church was mitting. Both Castro brothers granted permission to build attended a Jesuit high school the new cathedrals for the first in Havana called Colegio time since th e C ommunist

freedom on the island. "Practicing Catholics have persevered through g reat adversity with a regime that has not been supportive so I’m sure the pope will ask the

regime to revisit its policies," Carnes said. In its relations with the Cas›

tros, the church walks a tight› rope with a tacit understand› ing that, in exchange for more freedoms, itkeeps any demands for more human rights on low volume, said Pumar.

Havana’s Cardinal Jaime Or› tega,a close friend ofFrancis, has been criticized by human rights groups for not taking a more activist human rights role.

Havana is being spruced up for the visit, the highlight of which is expected to be a Mass

on Sunday in Revolution Pla› za, which features an image permitted to run after-school of the pope’s fellow Argentine, and elderly programs as well revolutionary icon Ernesto

Belen. The Cuban visit is the third

revolution. The church is now

by ahead ofthe Roman Catholic Church. Pope John Paul II as community centers with "Che" Guevara. stopped on the island in 1998 funds partly provided by the The pope will then travel to and Pope Benedict XVI in Vatican. eastern Cuba, culminating in a initiatives in Cuba, specifi› 2012. Earlier this month, the The pope’s role in reconcil› Mass on Tuesday at the Basili› cally to gain permission to Cuban government announced ing the U.S. and Cuba speaks ca of the Shrine of Our Lady of reopen Catholic schools, it would release 3,522 prisoners to his Latin American roots Charity, Cuba’s patron saint, at which have been closed ahead of the upcoming visit, as much as the church’s policy El Cobre, a former copper min› since shortly after the Com› but apparently none of them priorities. ing town near Santiago. He de› "With h i s b a ckground,parts that afternoon for Wash› munist revolution in 1959 are political detainees. Similar that brought Fidel Castro to releases were made prior to Francis knows firsthand how ington and is due at the White power. The church would previous papal visits. divisive the U.S.-Cuba conflict House on Wednesday.

in charge of coordinating the said Ralph Basham, a former massive inter-governmental Secret Servicedirector who operation on counter-terror- as assi gned asthe lead protecism operations, crowd man› tive agent for John Paul’s visit agement, crisis response and to Denver in 1993. "It makes it air and vehicle traffic control. very, very stressful and chalThe FBI, Capitol Police, Coast lengingforus.I'veneverbeen Guard, Pentagon and Feder› anywhere where there was al Emergency Management more emotion than when I saw Agency are closely involved in that in Denver. The only other the planning, along with local time I did see such frightening police departments. emotion was in Egypt when Federal agencies in Wash› (President Richard) Nixon vis› ington are encouraging em› ited Cairo" in 1974. ployees to work from home The extraordinary precau› Tuesday through Thursday to tions have prompted security cut down on congestion in the city. But further adding to the

experts to question whether

Friday for a state visit.

professor of national security

the inconveniencescould besecurity planning challenges, come extreme and counter› Chinese President Xi Jinping productivein some cases. arrives at the White House on Scott White, an associate "They’ re standing up one of at Drexel University in Phila› the largest security programs delphia, called that city’s plan for an individual in U.S. histo› to close highways and bridges ry over three cities," said Jon› for the duration of the pope’ s athan Wackrow, a former Se› visit potentially unprecedent› cret Service agent who assist› ed. Even visits by presidents ed in security preparations for require only temporary shut› Obama’s 2013 inauguration. downs, he noted. "The level of protection afford› "I don’t know what scenar› ed to Pope Francis is equal to io they’ ve strung together to or exceeding that provided come up with that plan of ac› to the president of the United tion," White said. States." Kurt Schmoke was mayor Threats to a pope’s safety in Baltimore when John Paul are not theoretical. Pope John visited in 1995 for a downtown Paul II was shot and wound› parade and a Mass before ed while entering the Vatican 60,000 at Oriole Park at Cam› square in May 1981. den Yards. Snipers were positioned on Behind the scenes, the Se› cret Service has been map› rooftops, mail and newspa› ping out a security strategy for per boxes were removed and a visit that is virtually unprec› manhole covers were welded edented in nature. Pope Ben› shut and that was in an era edict visited the United States in 2008, and John Paul came

before the Sept. 11, 2001 ter›

cultivated a peculiar brand of

elaborate security precautions

personal popularity with his common touch.

were worthwhile. "It was a major coordina›

rorist attacks. Schmoke said several times, but Francis has in a recent interview that the

Service D i rector

J o seph tion between multiple levels of

Clancy and a team of aides governments and security," he traveled to the Vatican this s ummer to m eet w i t h t h e Catholic Church’s own secu›

said. "I don’t recall us shutting

rity division and to shadow

get tickets to the stadium." The enormous costs of the

Francisto observe his move-

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ments. Secret Service protec- security operations have raised tive teams including count› additional c oncerns w i t hin er-snipers an d c o u nter-as› federal agencies and local law d e partments, sault agents have drilled at enforcement training facilities, employing whose operating budgets do a replica of the open-air pope› not necessarily have sufficient mobile that Francis uses for contingencies for significant overtime charges. public parades. "The planning process has "The papal visit will be sig› been going on for almost a nificant in the planning and year," agency spokesman Bri› scope, almost similar l i ter› an Leary said. "Our goal is to ally to an inauguration, per› provide a safe environment for haps even surpassing that," the protectee, the general pub› U.S. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine testified at the Senate lic and other dignitaries." Intelligence agencies have s ubcommittee hearing i n been monitoring foreign and March. "That is a huge event domestic terrorist threat levels. and something frankly that Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Tex› goes above and beyond our as, chair of the House Home› budget."

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Afghan womensayhackers made them afraid of Facebook By Peter Holley The Washington Post

KABUL, Afghanistan › By the time the distraught

young woman arrived at the S unshine Internet Cafe i n

western Kabul, she was in a state of panic, with tears streaming down her face. Someone,she claimed, had hacked into her Facebook page and stolen her personal photos. The thief used those images to create a fake pro›

Photos by Tare Todras-Whitehill/The New York Times

Erison Turay, founder of Kenema Ebola Survivors Football Club

KES FC for short

an all-survi›

vors soccer team, walks to soccer practice in Kenema, Sierra Leone. The teamwas made to bring Ebola survivors together and create a newcommunity from the shared pain of the past.

In ierraLeone, ivin E oa’s sti maa oo,swit ic By Ben C. SolomoneNew York Times News Service

KENEMA, Sierra Leone

Under the hot midday sun, Erison Turay was

lecturing his teammates before their first game. "Do not look happy," he told them, as they stood there in their matching black T-shirts with the words "I Survived Ebola" in large white and red letters. "We must be serious. We must play as a remembrance for those that aren’t here." As the team took the field, 'Ibray's face was stone serious.

Walking onto the dusty pitch, surrounded by hundreds of fans and curious onlookers,

he could not help but smile. A few months ago, people would cross the street when they saw

him coming, afraid to get too dose to an Ebola survivor. The same for his teammates. Now

matters. He s uspects that not specific to one country, the threats are so cultural› she said threats that ema› ly specific a profile photo nate from violent or unstable

showing a woman’s face or a beer Photoshopped into a photo of a female gathering,

regions are assumed to be credible. Bickert said Facebook is

able to identify fake accounts ten go unnoticed by Facebook when the impostor begins administrators r e v iewing making friend requests. "At the time someone re› flagged accounts. What may look like an innocent account ceives a friend request, our in the United States can be full systems are designed to check of menacing innuendo to Af› whether the recipient already ghan eyes. has a friend with the same "Most of the time, Facebook name, along with a variety file, one littered with offensive posts boasting of drug use is saying, ’No, you’ re wrong, of other factors that help us and illicit behavior. thanks for reporting, but this determine if an interaction is In Afghanistan, this can get is not a fake account,’" he legitimate," she said. a woman killed. said. "I don’t think they under› She added, "Claiming to be A week later, Farid Ah› stand the culture of Muslim another person or having a madi, the cafe’s owner a countries." fake profile violates our com› friendly 29-year-old who is Outside the Muslim world, munity standards, and these known around town as a go› a fake account is often little types of profiles will be re› to guy for IT problems was more thanan easily remedied moved if they are reported to still mulling over the wom› irritant. But in Afghanistan, us. an’s situation, hoping for a where women are expected But Afghan women tell a solution. to abide by a strict code of verydiff erentstory. "She said, ’Farid, do some› personal conduct that equates Nasrin Johini, 24, a promi› thing!’" he recalled, shaking purity with family honor, a nent television journalist, has his head. "’My brother saw slanderous Facebook page given up trying to convince those photos and now he is can bring shame to the victim Facebook that her profes› telling me not to go outside or and her loved ones, resulting sional page, which has nearly he will beat me.’ I told her, ’I in thwarted marriage pros› 9,000 "likes," is no longer her cannot do anything. I will re› pects, family violence and own. Her account was hacked port it to Facebook, but I can› even death. last month. Days later, two not be sure if they will block it The question on many more pages sprang up using or not.’" Afghans’ minds is whether her name and likeness. Then, The woman’s plight would Facebook understands this posts began to appear with be less ~ tin g , Ahmadi unique cultural dynamic and photos of alcohol and ciga› said, if he hadn’t encountered its consequences. rettes and references to licen› so many others just like her Many women say they tious behavior. "Feeling thankful," one post in recent months. At least have sworn off Facebook al› three or four times a week, together. Others, like Masoma with a photo of several Turk› he estimated, young women Akrami, a 21-year-old jour› ish beers reads. "Thank you to show up at his Internet cafe nalist, have gone into virtual the friends who brought this desperate for help. Their com› hiding, removing their profile alcohol for me." plaints are always the same: photos, blocking all friend re› Johini was mortified, espe› fake Facebook profiles using quests, and limiting interac› cially when family and friends their photos, hacked personal tion to a small group of trust› began asking questions. information, inboxes deluged ed female friends and family Unable to persuade Face› with pornography, and vio› members. book to take down the pro› "Now I am scared every files, she feels as though her lent threats from aggressive suitors and alleged militants. time I hear the name ’Face› personal life, and professional Respectable rep u tations book,’" she said. reputation, are under assault. "I have lost my credibility," are demolished with a few Monika Bickert, head of keystrokes. global product policy at Face› she said. "I am a famous jour› Ahmadi sai d hehasreport- book, said that the company nalist, and I think I will never ed fake profiles to Facebook has "zero tolerance" for be› be able to work in the streets on behalf of women more havior that endangers users. of Kabul again. It’s too dan› than 50 times, but it rarely Noting that fake profiles are gerous now." for example

that they of›

they were being warmly wel› comed onto the field for their first soccergame. Turay is one of the 16,000 survivors from last year’s Eb› ola epidemic that swept across

West Africa, wiping out entire KES FC team members gather for practice. Their shirts read "I families and tearing apart com› Survived Ebola." munities. Survivors were left mostly on their own, with little

At 23 years old, Turay is well that ’stray came up with the idea of practicing soccer with family members would not re› many in this small city got sick, survivors. It would help them ceive them. So, Turay thought, few facedas much tragedy as get out of their homes and find what is the one thing that ev› did he and his dose-knit fami› something to do with their eryone could come together ly. In total, 38 family members free time (most were out of around? died from Ebola. Turay and his work after recovering from the Thus began the Kenema mother, who also survived, are sickness). Ebola Survivors Football Club the only ones left. By April, with the assistance KES FC for short an Last August he was in col› of some foreign aid workers liv› all-survivors soccer team led by lege in the capital, Freetown, ing in Kenema, KES FC had a Turay, made to bring survivors when a call came from his website, a Facebook page, lam› togetherand create a new com- father. inated IDs for all of the players "He said, ’You must come and home and away T-shirts, munity from the shared pain of the past. home now. All of us, we are all all amazing feats in such a re› It has been more than a sick,’" Turay said. "At that time, mote and underdeveloped part year now since the Ebola out› we did not know if Ebola is real of the country. break peaked. Kenema, the or not. So I came." In May, they played their first third-largest city in Sierra Le› With ambulances tied up game, against the Ebola Fight› one, has mostly returned to w ith dozens ofcases across the ers,a team made up ofnurses, normal. The number of new city, he started transferring sick ambulance drivers and health cases has dwindled to almost family members to the hospital workers who had cared for nothing, and Sierra Leone has on the back of his motorbike. them earlier in the year. Turay hopes of soon reaching 42 days Not long after, he fell sick him› was the team captain. Women without any new cases, allow› self. Afraid to ride his bike, he brought hand-painted signs on ing it to declare itself free of walked 10 miles in the hot sun old reused orange tarps. Police Ebola. to admit himself to an Ebola officers swung long sticks at However, as t h e d i sease treatment unit. young fans trying to sneak onto fades,problems forthe surviDuring the outbreak, despite the playing field. A law in place vors have grown. Across the Ebola’s fearsome reputation restricting public gatherings country, they are being cast out as a killer, nearly 60 percent was ignored by all. and stigmatized for the disease of those infected recovered The women played first. that almost killed them. Over from the illness. After weeks of Wearing handmade jerseys c soccer shoes,they the pastyear,many survivors treatment, Turay was declared and plasti have reported being thrown free of Ebola and was quickly lined up beside one another out of their homes and kicked released. When he returned and touched hands before the out of public places. For many home, he found that more than game, an almost unthinkable in Sierra Leone, the survivors half of his family had already act just a few months ago. After 45 minutes of play, the became an unwitting symbol died, with many more deaths of the destruction that tore the yet to come. survivors defeated the fighters, country apart. Turay has regained most of 2-0. They dumped plastic bags Ebola survivors are rare› the weight he lost fighting Ebo› of water on one another’s heads ly contagious within a few la. He spends his days making to celebrate and cool off. months after they recover. a bit of money as a motorcycle Next came the men’s teams. Aside from traces found in se› taxi driver and taking care of Most of the players were in men and noncontagious traces his mother at home. He used their early to mid-20s. The play insidethe eye, after someone the small amount of donations was a bit slow and uncoordinat› is deemed Ebola-free they are that foreign aid organizations ed, as the fighters took an early no longer a risk to the people gave him to buy a PlayStation lead in the first half. "Well, they didn’t have Ebo› around them. 2 and asoccer game. "Ithelps More than a year after the to avoid the sad thoughts," he la," Turay said with a laugh. Things did not get much bet› outbreak began, however, that said. lesson had yet to sink in, and His father, Abu Bakar Turay, ter in the second half, as the the survivors found there was was an elder and wise man survivors lost, 5-0. But it was no escapefrom their pasts, around Kenema. Family mem› hard to tell as they walked off even though Ebola leaves no bersand friendswould come to the field, smiling and waving to outward scars. "When you him for advice and guidance. the crowd, which by now had walk into a store, they would Erison especially looked up swelledto around 500. Then, to say, ’That one is a survivor. to him. When his father died, their surprise, they were rushed Don’t allow him to enter here,’" Turay was not sure how he by their opponents and the bud› Turay said. "It makes me feel would possibly move on. But ding crowd. They cheered to› like I have another Ebola." now he thinks he knows a way. gether and patted one another "If we are playing this foot› on the back, unafraid to touch By forming a team, he hoped to fight back. "We come togeth› ball," he said, "we can forget and embrace. "They are our brothers!" one er as a group to tell others that about the past." nothing is there that they can It was last December, as the player shouted, wrapping his do, that we cannot also do." Ebola outbreak began to ease, arm around Turay. idea how to get by in a suddenly inhospitable world where even


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rock wall, "is the best sport in the world." At 56, ’ILtpper is a new breed

of BLM bureaucrat, an unlike› ly figure negotiating the dicey politics of an often-mistrusted

federal agency known for its career ladder-climb ers, not

rock climbers. He’s a native of the West,

lored suits and fitted shirts, sporting colorful glasses to match his outfit. He’s known

at the office as "Hollywood." But there’s more to Tupper

than his suits. His energy is often in your face as he strives to change a BLM culture seen

by many in the West as distant and elitist.

Charged with overseeing the BLM’s beleaguered wild horse and burro program, long at odds with activists who

criticize the agency’s tactics, Tupper has reached out to crit› ics. He has contacted wildlife



BLM projects.

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says, ’Are you Mike? Do you own a car’?’ When I said I did, that for 36 years."

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FIRE UPDATE Reported for Central and Eastern Oregon.For more information, visit the Northwest Interagen› cy Coordination Center’s webpage:bit.ly/bbfirss

The Bulletin

The paved shoulders and bike lanes along Deschutes County-managed roads are getting a little more spacious and smoother in an effort to improve safety for motorists and cyclists. The county road depart›

"It’s a little thing that makes

ment narrowed vehicle travel lanes by a foot on Cline Falls

sense," said Chris Doty, the

Road, South Century Drive,

Deschutes County Road De›

Powell Butte Highway and others. That extra space is being added to bike lanes, if they exist, or designated shoulders, which are marked by a white strip known as the fog line.

partment director. The width of the driving

Narrowing travel lanes is a design tactic that can make motorists drive slower than

they might in a wider lane.

lanes has gone from 12 feet to

"It conveys a narrower width for the driver, and

11 feet when the department

they're m oreapttobem ore

does chip-seal treatments, a preventive maintenance of liq›

responsible and to reduce

uid asphalt and crushed rock.

speeds," Doty said. SeeRoads/B6

Prineville police cbief to leave position Les Stileshas served as the city’s interim chiefsince August 2014 By Scott Hammers The Bulletin

Interim Prineville Police

Chief Les Stiles expects to step down at the end of next February.

1. County Line 2 Acres: 67,207 Containment: 100% Cause: Unknown

Stiles, the former De› schutes County sheriff,

was appoint› ed interim chief in

2. Canyon Creek Complex Acres: 110,422 Containment: 90% Cause: Lightning

Prineville in

August 2014, Stiles

weeks after the ci t y f ired

Chief Eric Bush. Bush had been put

3. National Creek Complex Acres: 20,945 Containment: 85% Cause: Lightning

on administrative leave a year earlier, while the city

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and the Local Govern› ment Personnel Institute


investigated allegations of ethics violations and mis›

Mone fire nevtrr, BS

use of city property and funds. Bush sued both the city )

and the institute upon being fired. Prineville settled the suit, agreeing to pay Bush $666,701 plus







Crook Countyland might desold The Department of State Lands might sell a 332-acre parcel in Crook County, south of Prine› ville, according to an announcement issued Friday. Known as theCay› use Road tract, the property is located east of state Highway 27 and south of Umatilla Loop, according to DSL maps. The landhad no legal access, anagency document from October 2014 stated. SeeLocal briefing/B2

attorney’s fees and other costs, but the suit against the Local Government Personnel Institute contin›

ues and has not yet gone to trial. On Friday, Stiles said

he'scompleted orison track to complete two major projects that were

given to him upon taking the job: updating the de›


partment’s accreditation

and a study on the future of Crook County 911. "These are both proj› ects that my replacement shouldn’t be burdened


with," he said.

Stiles directed ques› tions about his replace› Jarod Opp erman/The Bulletin

Bill Ruiter shows second-grader April Hill how to log in to Khan Academy, an instructional website where students can learn to code and review other subjects, Friday at Pondeross Elementary School in Bend.

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By Ksiley Fisicarct The Bulletin

A Bend man has been

recognized for his work at Ponderosa Elementary School

sects such as sctence, math and computer programming. Students can sign on to Khan Academy at home to Bill Ruiter, challenge themselves, and Ponderosa Elementary School volunteer Ruiter has encouraged the who earned the Governor’s Volunteer Award kids to learn to write computer

"I didn't realize I missed (volunteering ) until I started doing it again."

with a 2015 Governor’s Volun› teer Award.

Bill Ruiter, 73, is one of eight


to receive the state-level award;

he’s being acknowledged for introducing students at Pon›

derosa Elementary to a website

that teaches computer coding. He will be honored next month

But on Halloween in 2011, a

fifth-grade neighbor showed up with her mom at Ruiter’s door trick-or-treating. Ruiter

osa Elementary, where he felt at home. "I’ ve been at a few other schools," Ruiter said. "I’ ve

Ruiter wasn’t a coder him› self, though, until now. After earning a degree in speech and hearing therapy,

Manager Steve Forrester, who did not return phone calls Friday. Stiles served as chief of police in Moab, Utah, from 1980 to 1982, and

joined the Bend Police Department in 1984. In 2000, Stiles was elected

Deschutes County sheriff. He ran unopposed and won re-election in 2004. He retired in April 2007. Stiles said his departure in February will mark

his third or fourth retire›

Ruiter taught for a couple of


years. But he said he couldn’ t support his family on a teach› er’s salary. He worked in insur›

sheriff’s office, he spent five years as an instructor

asked the girl’s mother how never felt as muchapart of the reading was going, and the staff." schools began when he retired mom suggested the girl needed Now in his fifth year volun› ance until his retirement. 11 years ago. He became a vol› some extra one-on-one time. teering at Ponderosa, Ruiter Once Ruiter started volun› unteer reader in the Start Mak› The girl wondered whether has moved on from helping teering, he remembered the ing a Reader Today program at Ruiter could be the one to pro› with SMART. Ruiter intro› passion he had for interacting the elementary schools where vide it. duced Ponderosa Elementary with children, or as he calls his daughter taught over the He agreed and began volun› to Khan Academy, a free web› them, "kiddos." years. teering at her school, Ponder› site that offers lessons in sub› SeeVolunteer/B6 at a luncheon in Salem. Ruiter’s volunteer work in

ment to Prineville City

after leaving the

for Concordia University.

He said he has no plans to return to law enforcement and intends to spend next

March fishing for steel› head in Idaho. — Reporter: 541-383-0387, shammers@bendbulleti n.corn

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Hearing onBendMontessori charter proposalsetfor Tuesday The school, which will be votedon at a later meeting, couldopen in2016 By Abby Spegman

educationcenter,520N W

The Bulletin

Wall St., in Bend.

a proposal to the Redmond

School District to open a K-8 school there. Organizers planned to en› roll 500 students in Bend and 300 in Redmond, but actual enrollment could be smaller

Organizers will give a pre› depending on input from the sentation, followed by public districts. a proposal to open a Montes› comment on the proposal Shelly Phillips, co-presi› sori charter school in Bend. and questions from board dent of theboard ofdirectors Organizers behind the members. for Desert Sky Montessori, Desert Sky Montessori At a later meeting, the said organizers have al› school submitted a proposal board will vote on whether to ready received nearly 700 to the district earlier this year authorize negotiations for a intent-to-enroll forms from to open in September 2016 charter. families in Bend, Redmond with first through eighth In Oregon, charter schools and beyond. grades. are privately run, publicly Bend has a handful of pri› Now a hearing will be held funded schools sponsored by vate Montessori schools, but on the application, sched› a local school district or the Phillips said organizers be› uled to take place during the state. hind Desert Sky Montessori school board’s meeting at 6 Desert Sky Montessori or› want there to be a tuition-free p.m. Tuesday at the district’s ganizers have also submitted option. Bend-La Pine Schools offi› cials next week will consider

"Montessori education is

widely used around the world there are over 22,000

schools worldwide. It’s based on a concept of educating a whole child," said Phillips, who has worked as an assis› tant teacher at Montessori

schools and has a daughter in kindergarten at a Montessori school. Under themodel, named

for its founder, Maria Mon› tessori, students often stay with the same teacher for

multiple years in mixed› grade classrooms. They also

lum," Phillips said. "There’ s really no limit as far as stu› dents can go academically." If they succeed in opening the two schools, Phillips said

the group would look to open a Montessori high school in Bend in the coming years. This spring, Bend-La Pine schools gave the green light to Bend International School,

which opened this month as a K-8 charter school focused on multiculturalism and

global competency. Also this year, the district

their own pace. "Students who need longer

converted a longtime charter school, Rimrock Expedition› ary Alternative Learning Middle School, to a dis›

can take longer, and students

trict-run magnet school.

are encouraged to work at

who want to move ahead can move ahead in their curricu›

— Reporter: 541-617-7837, as peg man@bendbulletin.corn




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Fainberg reads from her latest book, the account of a walking pilgrimage along the French trails of Camino de MADRASSATURDAYMARKET: Santiago; 2 p.m.;Redmond Public Featuring food, drinks, live music Library, 827 SW Deschutes Ave., and more; 9 a.m.; Sahalee Park, Redmond; 541-312-1032. 241 SE Seventh St., Madras; PICKIN' 5 PADDLIN'.RENEGADE 541-546-6778. STRINGBAND:Theswing,blues CENTRAL OREGONFALLRV SHOW and bluegrass band performs, with AND SALE:Featuring trailers, Franchot Tone; 5 p.m.; $10, free for campers, motorhomesandmore; children 12 and younger; Tumalo 9 a.m.; Deschutes County Fair 8 Creek Kayak 8 Canoe, 805 SW Expo Center, 3800 SW Airport Way, Industrial Way, Bend; 541-317-9407. Redmond; 360-903-8840. WORTHY HOPTOBERFEST: NWX SATURDAYFARMERS Featuring fresh hop and Oktoberfest MARKET:Featuring local organic beers with commemorative bier artisans in produce, meats, baked steins and German-inspired food, Submitted photo goods, skin care and more; 10 live music by Heidi Moore 8 KC a.m.; NorthWest Crossing, NW Portland bluesman Curtis Salgado will perform today in Bend. FlynnandgBots8 theJourneymen; Crossing Drive, Bend; www. 5 p.m.; Worthy Brewing Company, nwxfarmersmarket.corn or 495 NE Bellevue Drive, Bend; Theatre Pub, 70 SWCentury Drive, directed by Alfred Hitchcock; 2 and 7 541-350-4217. 541-639-4776. Bend; 541-323-1881. p.m.; $12.50; Regal Old Mill Stadium 20TH ANNUALFAMILY FUN AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Barbara 16 & IMAX, 680 SWPowerhouse DJ SALTFEEND: The classic hip› DAY — MODELRAILROAD Drake reads from her newbook, Drive, Bend; 844-462-7342. hop DJ from Portland performs; 9 SHOW:Featuri ng anopen house "Morning Light," about living on "AN IDEALHUSBAND": Oscar p.m.; Dogwood Cocktail Cabin, 147 with Eastern Cascades Model a small farm in rural Oregon for NW Minnesota Ave., Bend; www. Wilde’s scathing satire of the British Railroad Club and Central Oregon 30 years; 6:30 p.m.; $5; Paulina aristocracy filled with temptations, facebook.corn/farmtoshakeror Live Steamers; 10 a.m.; Eastern Springs Books, 422 SW Sixth St., 541-706-9949. betrayals and secret liaisons; 2 Cascades Model Train Club, 21520 Redmond;www.paulinasprings. p.m.; $20,$16for seniors, $13 Modoc Lane, Bend; 541-317-1545. DANCE YOURSELF CLEAN: A corn or 541-526-1491. for students; Cascades Theatre, dance party with Body Language, OKTOBERFEST: Featuring live FOURTHANNUALTCBCCHILI Powers and Collaj, for 18 and older; 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; music by Whistlin’ Rufus and FEST BENEFIT:Featuring a chili www.cascadestheatrical.org or Elektrapod, beer, bratwurst and cook-off, a wing-eating contest and 9 p.m.; $15 plus fees in advance, 541-389-0803. more; 11 a.m.; McMenamins Old St. more to benefit the American Cancer $20atthe door; Domino Room,51 FOURTHANNUALTCBCCHILI FEST NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www. Francis School,700 NW Bond St., Society; 6:30 p.m.; free, donations BENEFIT:Featuring a chili cook-off, redlightpro.corn or 541-388-8111. Bend; www.mcmenamins.corn or accepted; Three Creeks Brewing a wing-eating contest and more 541-382-5174. VINYL GOLD:Featuring a four-piece Co., 721 Desperado Court, Sisters; to benefit, the American Cancer jazz-influenced funk band; 10 p.m.; ELK LAKERESORT FESTIVALOF 541-549-1963. Society; 3 p.m.; free, donations The Astro Lounge, 939 NW Bond BEER:Featuring a freestyle flatwater "ABBAGUEEN":Featuring the accepted; Three Creeks Brewing St., Bend; 541-388-0116. competition, live music and more to Portland Gay Men’s Chorus Co., 721 Desperado Court, Sisters; benefit the Central Oregon Humane performing ABBA, presented by 541-549-1963. Society; noon; $10 for BBQ; Elk SUNDAY Human Dignity Coalition, PFLAG ARTS CENTRAL’SBLACK& WHITE: Lake Resort, 60000 Century Drive, Central Oregon and GSAClubs of Featuring dinner and live and silent Bend; www.elklakeresort.net or 20TH ANNUAL FAMILY FUN Central Oregon; 7 p.m.; $15-$20, auctions to benefit Arts Central’s 541-480-7378. DAY — MODEL RAILROAD $10 for seniors andstudents, $20 mission to enrich the cultural SHOW:Featuring an openhouse UNCORKEDSUNRIVER STYLE: for VIP; First Presbyterian Church community and bring arts education with Eastern Cascades Model Featuring more than a dozenOregon Sanctuary, 230 NE Ninth St., to Central Oregon schools; 4 p.m.; Railroad Club andCentral Oregon wineries, live music, a comedy show Bend; www.bendticket.corn/go/ $95 per person, $950 for table of Live Steamers; 10 a.m.; Eastern and more; noon;$18, $23two-day ABBAQueen or 541-385-3320. ten; Tetherow Golf Club, 61240 Cascades Model Train Club, 21520 pass, $5 for nondrinking entry; "AVENUE 0, THE MUSICAL": A Skyline Ranch Road, Bend; www. Modoc Lane, Bend; 541-317-1545. Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic8 modernmusicalcomedy abouta artscentraloregon.org/events or Recreation Center, 57250 Overlook group of 20-somethings in the big DOWN SYNDROME CONNECTION 541-633-7242. Road, Sunriver; www.bendticket. OF CENTRALOREGON BUDDY city, looking for love, jobs and their BERN VOLCANICCONCERT corn or 541-585-3147. WALK:Featuring a walk, activities purpose in life; 7:30 p.m.; $27-$38 FUNDRAISER:Live music from and more to kick off the start of CURTIS SALGADO: The blues plus fees; Tower Theatre, 835 NW The Sweatband, Bravey Don, and Down Syndrome Awareness Month Bill Valenti, all ages welcome, to guitarist from Portland performs; Wall St., Bend; www.towertheatre. in October;10a.m.; $10, free for kids benefit Central Oregon for Sanders; noon; NorthWest Crossing, org or 541-317-0700. and VIP; Riverbend Park, 799 SW Mt. Washington and NW "AN IDEALHUSBAND": Oscar 5:30p.m.;$5 suggested donation; Crossing drives, Bend; www. Wilde’s scathing satire of the British Columbia St., Bend; www.dscco.org Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW or 541-678-2704. nwxfarmersmarket.corn or Century Drive, Bend; 541-749-0944. aristocracy filled with temptations, 541-383-4360. betrayals and secret liaisons; 7:30 CENTRAL OREGONFALLRV SHOW AND SALE:Featuring trailers, BEND OKTOBERFEST: Featuring p.m.; $20, $16 for seniors, $13 MONDAY campers, mo torhomes and more; food, beer, live music, games, for students; Cascades Theatre, tricycle and weiner dog races 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; 10 a.m.; Deschutes County Fair & NO EVENTSLISTED. Expo Center, 3800 SWAirport Way, and more; noon-10 p.m.; free; www.cascadestheatrical.org or Downtown Bend, Oregon Avenue, 541-389-0803. Redmond; 360-903-8840. TUESDAY Bend; www.bendoktoberfest.corn or BUSTIN’ JIEBER:The jazz-funk TURNER CLASSICMOVIES 541-788-3628. band from Eugene performs, with PRESENTS:"PSYCHO":A showing AUTHORPRESENTATION:Jane AUTHOR DENISEFAINBERG: That Coyote; 9 p.m.; $5; Volcanic of the American psychological thriller Kirkpatrick presents her new book


LOCAL BRIEFING Continued from Bf

Spanish-speaking volunteers sought

The parcel could potentially be for sale in aspring 2016auction, according to theagency, along with other property in Gilliam, Grant, Wheeler andUmatilla counties. However, department staff must first study the properties and decide if they aresuitable to recommend for sale. Public com› ments about the possible sale will be taken until Oct. 18, according to the DSLnotice. Comments may be emailed to realproperty@dsl. state. or.us

Medicine Clinic of the Cas› cades, a medical provider for low-income adults in Central Ore› gon,isseekingSpanish-speaking volunteers to help out in its Bend clinic. Volunteer opportunities include working as aclinical inter› preter, a front-desk scheduler or an eligibility screener. Nomedical experience is required. The clinic provides free medi› cal services to uninsured adults who live and work in Deschutes, Jefferson andCrook counties. Vol› unteer shifts are at various times Interfaith group tohost between MondayandFriday and prayer vigil typically last four to five hours. Members of the Interfaith Net› Volunteers must be at least18 work of Central Oregon will host years old, speakEnglish andSpan› a prayer vigil at 7 p.m. Tuesdayto ish,know how touseacomputer celebrate PopeFrancis’ arrival in and be willing to make anongoing the United States. commitment to volunteering. The event, for people of all The clinic is hosting two more faiths, is an effort to support the volunteer orientations in Septem› pope during his visit, during which ber: he is expected to visit Washington, 11 a.m. to12:30 p.m., Tues› D.C., Philadelphia andNewYork day, Sept. 22. City. First Presbyterian Church, 10 a.m. to11:30 a.m. Wednes› Trinity Episcopal Church andHoly Communion Evangelical Catholic day, Sept. 30. To sign up or for more infor› Church were involved in the plan› mation, contact the clinic’s vol› ning and execution of the event. unteer manager, Kristi Jacobs, at The vigil will take place in the 541-585-9008 or Kristi.Jacobs' sanctuary of St. HelensHall, 231 vim-cascades.org. NW Idaho Ave., atTrinity Episco› — Bulletin staffreports pal Church in downtown Bend.

"The Memory Weaver," a historical novel based on the life of Eliza Spalding, a survivor of the Whitman Massacre; 6:30 p.m.;$5;Paulina Springs Books, 422 SWSixth St., Redmond; www.paulinasprings. corn or 541-526-1491. SONGCRAFTERS:Featuring Travis Hayes, Liam Kyle Cahill and Leif

James;8p.m.;$5;VolcanicTheatre Pub, 70 SWCentury Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881.

WEDNESDAY BEND FARMERSMARKET: Featuring food, drinks and more; 3 p.m.; Brooks Alley, NW Brooks St., Bend; www.bendfarmersmarket. corn or 541-408-4998. AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Jane Kirkpatrick presents her new historical novel, "The Memory Weaver," based on the life of Eliza Spalding, a survivor of the Whitman Massacre; 6:30 p.m.; $5; Paulina Springs Books, 252 W Hood St, Sisters; www.paulinasprings.corn or 541-549-0866. TURNER CLASSICMOVIES PRESENTS: "PSYCHO":A showing of the American psychological thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock; 7 p.m.; $12.50; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 & IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 844-462-7342. THE SHAMS:The band from San Fransisco performs, with the Rum andtheSea;9 p.m .;$5;Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881.

THURSDAY LUNCH ANDLECTURE: BIOLUMINESCENCE IN THE SEA: FLASHLIGHT FISHAND OTHER STORIES:Join researcher and educator Dr. Anne Carwile in a fascinating exploration of bioluminescent organisms and learn how this trait helps plants and animals survive; noon; free, with admission; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; www.highdesertmuseum.org/rsvp or 541-382-4754. "UNBRANDED":Featuring a film showing and more; 3:30 p.m.; $9, $7.50 for children and seniors; Sisters Movie House, 720 E. Desperado Trail, Sisters; www.sistersmoviehouse.corn or 541-728-8478. BENDFILM KICKOFF PARTY: Featuring a red carpet, a photo booth, previews and more; 6 p.m.;

$25;G5,550 NW Franklin Ave., Bend; www.bendfilm.org. "THE GOONIES"THROWBACK THURSDAY:Showings of the cult-classic film, set in Astoria, Oregon; 3:45, 6:15 and 8:45 p.m.; $7.50 for adults, $5 for children and seniors; Redmond Cinemas, 1535 SW Odem Medo Road, Redmond; 541-548-8777. SAN FRANCISCOBALLET: "ROMEO ANDJULIET":The San Francisco Ballet performs the

classi cShakespeareplay;7p.m.; $18, $15 for seniors and children; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 8 IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend;www.fathomevents.corn or 844-462-7342. "AN IDEAL HUSBAND":Oscar Wilde’s scathing satire of the British aristocracy filled with temptations, betrayals and secret liaisons; 7:30 p.m.; $20, $16 for seniors, $13 for students; Cascades Theatre, 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www.cascadestheatrical.org or 541-389-0803. STRANGEHOTEL:The rock band performs, with Drunk Pilot; 9 p.m.; $5;VolcanicTheatre Pub,70 SW Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881. EVERLAST:The rock-hip-hop artist from Los Angeles performs; 9 p.m.;$20 plusfees in advance, $25at the door; Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www. redlightpro.corn or 541-408-4329.

FRIDAY SISTERS FARMERSMARKET: Featuring fresh vegetables, fruits, locall y made goods and more; 2 p.m.; Barclay Park, Hood Street, between Ash and Elm, Sisters; 541-71 9-8030. EIGHTH ANNUALKIWANIS CLUB OF REDMOND OKTOBERFEST: Featuring beer, activities, bratwurst, live music, a silent auction and more to benefit Kiwanis youth projects; 4 p.m.; Wild Ride Brewing Co., 332 SW Fifth St., Redmond; 541-516-8544. MC FALL FEST:Featuring hay rides, inflatables, a pumpkin patch and more; 4 p.m.; Taylor Ranch, 22465 McArdle Road, Bend; www. experiencethehighlife.corn or 541-306-6209. "UNBRANDED":Featuring a film showing and more; 7:15 p.m.; $9, $7.50 for children and seniors; Sisters Movie House, 720 E. Desperado Trail, Sisters; www.sistersmoviehouse.corn or 541-728-8478.


Environmentalists pursuesomeof West’s largest mines By Colleen Slevin The Associated Press

environmental review for the Colowyo Mine in northwest-

"Antelope Mi ne’s fe deral in exactly how that impact

coal leases and mining operaDENVER Bo osted by ern Colorado in part because tions werethoroughly evaluata recent victory in Colorado, Judge R. Brooke Jackson ed underthis process," spokesan environmental group is thought regulators essential- manRick Curtsinger said. expanding itslegal campaign ly rubber stamped its permit The suitis filed against Inteto try to stop coal mining be- rather than taking a serious rior Secretary Sally Jewell, the cause of climate change by look at t h e en v ironmental Interior Department and its challenging permits for some impacts under federal law, Office of Surface Mining and of the largest mines in the including the effect burning Redamation. Interior spokesWest. the mined coal would have on woman Emily Beyer said the This t i me, N ew M ex i - greenhousegases. While that department could not com› co-basedWildEarth Guard- mine supplied coalto a nearby ment on litigation. ians is asking that a federal power plant, the minestargetJackson's rulingin May foljudge block mining at the ed now are owned by some lowedanotheroneinwhich he Antelope and Black Thunder of the biggest players in the also found that climate change mines in Wyoming’s Powder struggling coal businessand should be considering in apRiver Basin, the El Segundo export coal abroadas well as provinga mining expansion in Mine in New Mexico and the provide fuel to utilities across Somerset, Colorado.The latest BowieNo. 2 Mine in Colorado. the country. case hasso far been assigned But it’s taking the argument El Segundobelongs to St. toanotherjudge,SeniorJudge further. Rather than just say› Louis-based Peabody Energy Wiley Y.Daniel. ing federal regulators should Corp., the world's largest pri› While an o ther jud g e take the climate change im› vate-sectorcoal producer, and wouldn’t be bound by Jackpacts of individual mines into Black Thunder, owned by St. son's earlier rulings, another accountbefore approving per- Louis-basedArch Coal, is one win could lead regulatorsto mits, the group claims they of the largestcoal mining com- change their approach and should be looking at the cu› plexes intheworld. start taking climate change mulative effect of mining as a Cloud Peak Energy, based into account before approving whole and whether the nation in Gillette,Wyoming, which future coal leases,said Justin should allowany more. owns the Antelope Mine, said Pidot, an assistant professor In May, WildEartb Guard- the existing leasing process, at the University of Denver's ians persuaded a D enver which involves state andfeder- SturmCollegeof Law. federal judge to order a new al oversight, is extensive. The difficulty would come

should be measured when otherfactorsbesides burning

coal are also contributing to global warming, he said. In theColowyo case,regulators doing the new environmental review concluded the climate change impact was minimal without going into details and mining was allowed to continue.

WildEarth Guardians is hoping for evenmore. It wants the

I n t erior De p artment,

which is reviewing whether to chargecompanies more to mine, to stop leasing coal to be

mined and take acompreherIsive look at the environmental

impacts of existing mines. "We need something big andbold here,and if you' renot going to give it to us, then we’re going to hold you accounting to these laws," Jeremy Nicbols,

the group'sclimate change director, satd. Decisions on earlier chal-

lenges filed by the group againstpermits for the Spring Creek Mine in Montana and

San Juancoalmine in New Mexicoare still pending.

1VEwsoF 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 Burglary A burglary was reported at 6:21 p.m. Sept. 16, in the20600 block of Wild GooseLane. Theft A theft was reported at 8:21 p.m. Sept. 16, in the600 block of NE Norton Avenue. DUII Laurence Murray Brown, 73,

was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 1:31 a.m. Sept. 17, in thearea of NE Third Street and NEDekalb Avenue.

p.m. Sept. 16, in the 3100block of S. U.S. Highway97. Theft A theft was reported at 7:05 p.m. Sept. 16, in the 64400 block of Collins Road.


QQUggp S+KR>FF’S PRINEVILLE POLICE OFFICE Theft A theft was reported at 7:34 a.m. Sept. 16, in the area of N.U.S. Highway 97and NWO’Neil Way. Theft A theft was reported at 9:24 a.m. Sept. 16, in the 17200 block of Kingsburg Road. Theft A theft was reported at 2:09 p.m. Sept. 16, in the 56800 block of Enterprise Drive. Theft A theft was reported at 4:11


Theft A theft was reported at 8:20 a.m. Sept. 14, in thearea of NEThird Street.

OREGON STATE POLICE DUII Christopher DanaHarmening, 43, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at11:04 p.m. Sept. 16, in

the area of SEMiler Avenue and SE Third Street. DUII — LindseyJeanneGrosch,26, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 12:43 a.m. Sept.17, in the area ofU.S. Highway 97andEmpire Avenue. DUII Nathan Robert Harman, 42, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at5:05p.m. Sept.17, intheareaof Burgess RoadandDay Road.

BEND FIRE RUNS Monday 23 Medical aid calls. Tuesday 10:48 p.m. Building fire, 495 NE Bellevue Drive.

17 Medical aid calls. Wednesday 6:12 p.m. Brush or brush-and› grass mixture fire, 680 NEBellevue Drive. 28 Medical aid calls.

CIVIL SUITS Filed Sept. 7 15CV23664 Susan Dickensv. Diane C.Yunck,complaint,$49,000, plus interest costs and fees Filed Sept. 8 15CV23709 PennyMac Loan Services LLC v.PamelaG.Prichard, complaint, $45,811.01, plus interest costs and fees 15CV23710 PennyMac Loan

Services LLC v.Pamela Previti, Wayne Previti, complaint, $80,623.50, plus interest costs and fees Filed Sept. 11 15CV24044 MeganNoblitt v. Leslie Devry, complaint, $150,000, plus interest costs andfees 15CV24075 PennyMac Loan Services LLCv. Kenneth D.Brown, Wendy A. Brown, $172,960.54, plus interest costs andfees 15CV24076 Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as trustee for American HomeMortgage, asset trust 2006-2 mortgage backedpassthrough certificate series 2006-2, v. Doris Kozlovic, Peter J. Braun,ThreeSisters Irrigation District, Unifund CCR LLC, CachLLC,complaint,$266,103.86, plus interest costs andfees




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AROUND THE STATE Bi’OWIl tO i’ull ful’ gOVSfllui’ Gov. Kate Brown hasconfirmed she’ ll run for governor in 2016. TheDemocratic governor confirmed her plans Friday while attending the Pendleton Round-Up. Brown’s announcement was not asurprise. She’s been raising money for months and hired acampaign consultant. But when asked about her plans, she’s always demurred. Herconsultant, Carol Butler, said Brown will make aformal announcement in the future. Brown was secretary of state before becoming governor whenJohn Kitzhaber resigned in February. Thewinner of next year’s election will finish the last two years of Kitzhaber’s term. Republican physician BudPierce has also announced plans to run for governor.

South Park co-creator Matt Stone donatedto help the effort

Planned Parenthood meeting AnOregonstate House

make room for new homes.

committee plans to hold ahearing about Planned Parenthood. House Republicans said Friday that the Democratic committee chair agreed to hold the hearing later this month. Nineteen of the 25House Re› publicans requested thehearing last month following the releaseof secretly recorded videos of PlannedParenthood officials. The House Committee onHealth Carechairman, Democratic Rep. Mitch Greenlick of Portland, says he’s astrong supporter of Planned Parenthood and has no concerns about the organization’s practices. Thehearing is scheduled for Sept. 28, whenlawmakers will be in Salemfor the quar› terly legislative days.

Arthur Bradford, who lives next to the 150-foot trees and

Mau CallS 911 to get Out Of tiCket Adriver in Gresham

The Associated Press PORTLAND A deal has been reached in Portland to

save three sequoias a devel› oper planned to cut down to

was involved in negotiations, said neighbors will buy the lot with the trees from Everett Custom Homes. The lot will

be turned into a small public park. A nearby lot will be pur› chased by another developer who will build a smaller home Don Ryan/The Associated Press without disturbing the trees. Protestor Dave Walters sits on a suspended plafform Thursday in agiant sequoia tree in an effort to The agreement was being stop a developer from cutting three of the trees down in Portland. finalized Friday. Bradford declined to give specifics of the deal but said arrived with chainsaws. An lege, a top-ranked liberal arts Neighborhood Association, Everett Custom Homes sig› environmental activist sus› school. said the neighbors previously nificantly lowered the pur› pended himself from one of The developer demolished negotiated with the developer chase price from the original the trees. an old home that stood at the to buy the property but were $900,000. Police on Thursday re› base of thetreesandwas plan- unable to raise enough money. He said South Park co-cre› m oved several protestersfrom ning to build two large new This time, not only is the ator Matt Stone donated to the lot, prompting the Port› houses once the trees were price lower, but the agreement help save the trees. Neighbors land mayor’s office to broker cut. allows neighbors to purchase and tree activists also gave, a deal between neighbors and Neighbors said the trees are the lot with the trees while and they continue to r aise the developer. about 150 years old and should continuing to collect funds, money. E verett C u stom H o m e s be saved because they’ re a said Bradford. The neighbors have gath› bought the property with the public treasure and part of the The activist planned to re› ered at the base of the 150-foot trees earlier this year; it’s lo› neighborhood’s aesthetic. main on a platform suspend› trees since Monday, when a cated in an affluent, leafy Robert McCullough, pres› ed in the tree until the deal is crew hired by the developer neighborhood near Reed Col› ident of t h e E a stmoreland signed.

has beenaccused of improperly using 911when hecalled the emer› gency number in hopes ofavoiding a traffic ticket. An officer pulled over the suspect around 12:55 a.m.Thursday for a traffic violation, only to discover the driver’s license wassuspended. Police saywhile the officer was awayfrom the suspect’s car writing a citation, the man called 911and reported a shooting nearby. Police traced the call and linked it back to the driver, who later admitted it was afalse re› port. The manwas arrested and booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center. Hehas since beenreleased from jail. DrOught emergenCy Gov.Kate Brown hasdeclared a drought emergency in Marion County. Thegovernor’s action Friday makes Marion the 25th Oregoncounty to be under a drought declaration. Last year, 10 of Oregon’s 36 counties were under drought emergen› cies. The governor’s drought declaration does not bring any help in the form of aid or loans, but it does allow increased flexibility in how water is managed.

Building will warn of earthpuake APortland office building will be able towarntenants when anearthquake is about to strike. The Radiator building is equippedwith an earthquakeearly warning system. Sensors buried belowthebuilding can detect an initial rupture of an earthquakeandinstantly sound analarm and sendtext messages to tenants before moredamaging shockwavesarrive. The system will also lower theelevators andlock them tothe groundfloor and turn off the gas main.Thedeveloper Kaiser groupsays it is the first early warn› ing system of its kind in theNorthwest. It cost $65,000. — From wire reports

Coastal fishingfor salmonbegins early Pendleton Round-Upmanure

dumped into Umatilla River

By Henry Miller (Salem) Statesman Journal


It’s time

to pack the gear and head out. The salmon are running. "Generally speaking, it’ s early, two or three weeks probably, before we see these

By Antonio Sierra

outside the grounds should

East Oregonian

be stockpiled and transport› ed to a landfill.

kinds of catch rates and see

tilla River in Pendleton was

this number of fish coming," said Brian Riggers, a fish bi› ologist with the Oregon De› partment of Fish and Wildlife. "The dry weather conditions probably had something to do

a type of litter unique to the Round-Up horse dung.

PENDLETON Among the trash that accumulates

along the banks of the Uma›

M ultiple

with it."

Riggers and several other staffers from the department

were at the dock at Knight

eront Drinkut/(Salem) Statesman Journal via The Associated Press

Phil Pope, of McMinnville, casts out into Siletz Bay for salmon Monday as the high tide comes in near Lincoln City.

Park at the mouth of Salmon River north of Lincoln City on

Monday doing creel checks of Yeah, it was a great fight." anglers as they arrived. Both Letourneux and Wil› "This is our first time down helm had caught the fall here on the Salmon (River)," Chinook t r olling h e rring said Bruce Letourneux of Pa› and flashers. Wilhelm had cific City, as a checker mea› switched after going 0-for› sured and cut the snouts with hours the previous day. "It was special because yes› embedded coded-wire tags off of a pair of hatchery fall-run terday we were both skunked Chinook salmon in Letour› and wondered what we were neux’s cooler. "We’ ve been doing wrong," Wilhelm said fishing the Nestucca River in about him and his dad. And Pacific City a lot. Monday looked as if it might "We just heard there was be a repeat. "We weren’t getting any some pretty good fishing down here, and we’d never bites or anything," he said. experienced it before, so we "We were just getting ready to just came down and gave it a leave and caught that one." shot." Wilhelm blamed the slow As did a lot of others. fishing in part to using bot› All of the trailer spaces at tled, cured h e rring r a ther Knight Park were full, and than the fresh-frozen variety trailers and rigs lined the that Letourneux had trolled. shoulder of the road east and Farther south, M a r garet west of the park entrance. Louise Roe and her identical "Quite a few people," Le› twin sister, Katy, were pitch› tourneux said. "It’s kind of ing lures from the beach at tight out there with a lot of Taft near the mouth of Siletz b oats, a d i ff erent k i n d o f Bay. "This is my s econd time fishery. "We startedabout 8:30 a.m. in my life," said Margaret, (on the incoming tide), and we who despite her inexperi› got the last one about a half› ence had hooked and landed hour ago (around noon) right a non-hatchery coho salmon out here in the jaws, in the that she had to release and mouth (of the river)." lost a larger fish the previous About 10 feet behind Le› week. "That was amazing," she tourneux’s boat at the dock, a whopper chrome-bright 3-foot said about the second fish. "It Chinook was lying in the bot› was only 15, 20 feet out when tom of Garry Wilhelm’s boat. Ihooked him. He jumped, he "First one this year. I’d say did all of that fun stuff. It was probably 30 pounds," the amazing. It was all the way smiling Wilhelm said. "It was up to right there (she added, a great fight. We had a little pointing about a rod-length bit of trouble. The sinker got into the water), but then it ran caught in the net, and luckily, again as soon as we got the he didn’t take off or run. So net in the water. "I got scared and touched Dad was able to get in there with clippers and clip the line my bail (the metal half-ring (to the sinker). on the front of the reel that "So then he fought a little guides the line back on the bit more and reeled him in. spool)."

Margaret lamented the timing of the non-fin-clipped salmon. "I caught a 10-pound coho that I had to let go; he wasn’ t

clipped," she said. "Two days early. If I’d caught him 48 hours later, I could have kept

him," Margaret added about a rule change that allows for non-clipped salmon to be kept on the Siletz.

Both twins were pitch› ing lures, large spoons and spinners.

r e p orters f o r

Upon being informed of what was happening, John Byers, Oregon Department of Agriculture’s Agricultur› al Water Quality program manager, said he had an inspector investigate the

river. "It’s a sad thing and that

should not happen," said Jon Staldine, the director of the Umatilla Basin W atershed

Council. Staldine said the presence

of horse feces in the water could raise the risk of E. coli

the East Oregonian spotted Round-Up volunteers clear› matter. ing horse dung from the Bed› After speaking with the ford Bridge and disposing employees and volunteers of it by shoveling it over the from the city and the Round› railings and into the river. Up Association, who share Along the banks of the the responsibility of clean› river Wednesday, numerous ing the bridge, the inspec› pieces of horse dung could be tor advised both to halt the seen in and around the river. practice.

and cause other sanitation is›

Carl Culham, the Round› Up director of communica›

similarly displeased.

Reporters did not witness

city employees dumping

tions, first denied that rodeo horse manure into the river. volunteers were disposing Regardless of who was do› of horse manure that way. ing the disposal, Byers said Later, he said some were not he hoped the word got out to h olding themselves to t h e cease doing it. "You can’t impede waters Round-Up’s standards and future volunteers would be in this state, and horse ma› specifically advised to collect nure qualifies as an impedi› excrement and dispose of it ment," he said. at the grounds. Local officials were not Culham said all animal happy at the thought of horse dung collected inside and waste being shoveled into the

sues, especially among peo› ple who use the Umatilla Riv› er forrecreational purposes.

He said he would look into the matter and advise the Round-Up against the

practice. Pendleton Public Works Director Bob Patterson was "That’s not cool," he said.

Although he was con› cerned that horse manure could add ammonia to the

river’s water during a period of low flow, Patterson said

the city’s drinking water would not be affected be› cause it was drawn further upstream. P atterson said t h e


would discuss the issue with the rodeo.

M ichael Edwards of L i n › coln City, a frequent shore an›

gler at Taft, had helped Mar› garet with the salmon that she lost the previous week. He es›

timated it would have weighed between 10 and 12 pounds. One problem c ommon on several bays, including Siletz, are the seals that patrol

watching for tell-tale signs of an angler with a salmon on the line, Edwards said.

"I quit saying ’fish on’ be› cause it’s the dinner bell," he said. "The seals steal most of

the fish; probably half of the fish caught have been stolen by seals. It’s not the easiest

place to fish with all of these seals." But it’s a d o uble-edged sword, Edwards added. The seals cruising the main chan› nel push the salmon in closer

to shore. He said he’s hooked into fish as close as 5 feet from shore.

The salmon should be run› ning through October, with fish moving in and out with the tides until enough rains arrive to inspire them to move into the rivers. Creel checks will continue into November

on the river, Riggers said. "It’s going to be a long sea› son, hopefully," Wilhelm said.

Federal report statesPortland police are partially compliant with reforms The Associated Press PORTLAND


police are partially in compli› ance with policy, training and oversight reforms. A report by federal justice officials said the department

has been mostly compliant, but that Portland police are unjustified in h esitating to

send specially trained offi› cers to mental health calls, The Oregonian reported. The U.S. Department of Justice stepped in at the de›

"The city has made progress, but the communityneeds to see more on some key issues of accountability and

oversight." T. Allen Bethel, co-chair of the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform

partment after an investiga›

tion in 2012 revealed a pattern "The problem with (the or practic e ofexcessive force being used against individu› Portland Police Bureau’s) als with mental health issues. stated concerns is that there Portland police, according is no data to support them," to the report, were worried

the report said.

about not having enough re› This report also said su› sources for high-risk cases pervisors weren’t writing re› if Enhanced Crisis Interven› quired reviews of high-profile tion officers are sent on every shootings and that there were mental health call. significant issues in keeping

track of d ata i n

i n stances

where force is used. "The city has made prog› ress, but the community needs to see more on some key issues of accountability and oversight," said T. Allen Bethel, co-chair of the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition

for Justice and Police Reform. Police Chief Larry O’Dea says he’s pleased the depart› ment is following most of the requirements and that the report will help achieve full compliance. "We as a community ex› pect an improved relation›

ship with our police and true sensitivity in how we respond to people in mental health cri›

sis," said Mayor Charlie Hales in a statement.

"This agreement is not a ’compliance exercise.’ It is real change, which I will con› tinue to lead."



EDj To

The Bulletin


ecome en ’s w iewaer ar t’s been a year in the making, and this weekend the weather is expected to cooperate as the Bend Park 8 Rec› reation District opens the new Bend Whitewater Park to L

the public. The parkis aboon to recreationists, wildlife and river safety. About a third of it was designed with whitewater enthusiasts in mind. A second third provides space for those seeking a lazier float on a hot afternoon, and the final third creates better habitat for birds, fish and other critters. The new, though incomplete, footbridge is also open. The changes should make the Deschutes River in south-central Bend a much safer place for those who use it, as well. Those who use the redesigned Deschutes can thank the park dis›

trict and taxpayers for the changes. But they must not forget the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance, whose mem› bers and friends have contributed more than $1 million to the $9.7 mil› lion project. That group’s final fund› raiser and a demonstration of the river’s new whitewater features be› gin this afternoon at 4 p.m. at’Ituna› lo Creek Kayak & Canoe. The Deschutes is many things to Bend: its most recognized physi› cal feature, home to some of its best parks and a draw for residents and tourists. Today it’s also a safer place to play and a pretty one, at that.

uinea i ’ ex-so iers en i e c a r e Roseburg man ahero n ow ei n

for stopping attack ly surprised by his action on the French train. Watching the trio since then has been, well, fun. They met the French president and received that country’s highest military honor dressed as the tourists they were. By the time they were honored at the White House on Thursday, they had shaved and put on suits. The youngest of the group is Once all the fuss has died down including Skarlatos’ appearance Alek Skarlatos, who lives in Rose› all burg. A graduate of Roseburg High on "Dancing with the Stars" Schooland a member ofthe Oregon three plan to get back to normal life. National Guard, he returned from Anthony Sadler will head back to a nine-month stint in Afghanistan college in Sacramento, California, earlier this summer. He and his and Spencer Stone will return to friends were in Europe for a reunion duty in the U.S. Air Force. before school and other activities As for Skarlatos, he wants to be› took over.Friends and a former come a policeman. If past actions teacher told The News-Review in predict the future, he’s likely to be a Roseburg they weren’t particular› good one.


Don’t wait on repairs to Oregon roads, bridges


problem get put off? Perhaps state legislators have their eyes more on the 2016 elec› tion than the state’s needs. Paying for a transportation package likely means raising Oregon’s gas tax. And voting to raise taxes in an election year gives opponents a tar› get and incumbents something to explain. But shouldn’t Oregon legislators care more about doing what is right for Oregon than their own re-elec› tion prospects? Is their re-election important for the state, or is it im› portant for them? The fact is the Oregon Depart› ment of Transportation says it has 82 bridges that are structurally defi› cient. There are two in Crook Coun› ty:Ochoco Creek Bridge and South Fork Crooked River Bridge, both on state Highway 380. By 2017, there will be more deficient bridges. And there’s an equally urgent problem with state roads. Waiting until 2017 is not good


so, many of t hese men suffered

side effects and then quickly an›

Bloomberg News

through horrific experiences. For

other drug intended to counter the

or decades, thousands of U.S. that alone, they deserve a day in soldiers took the m ilitary court and compensation. up on an offer that was hard During World War II, fearing to refuse: a few days offfrom the Germany would resort to the weap› drudgery of base life in exchange ons of World War I, the Army and f or letting s cientists ru n t h e m Navy used their personnel as guin› through a few safety tests. Those ea pigs to test the effects of mustard who accepted, however, were in for gas and the efficacy of protective an appalling surprise. gear. Some men, now in their 80s From just after World War I into and 90s,recall being exposed to the 1970s, soldiers and sailors were the nerve agent while locked in air› exposed to mustard gas, experi› tight chambers; the rooms had fans mental nerve-agent antidotes and blowing across ice blocks to in› other toxic substances, all without crease humidity, which makes the their knowledge. Now the survi› gas even more potent. Their skin vors want to know exactly what turned red, blistered and even fell the military did to them. They want off their hands. Some say the skin medical care. Yet th e Pentagon conditions plague them still. seems intent on treating them like Records also show scientists sep› malingerers trying to get out of KP arated subjects by race, looking for duty. differences in the reactions among At least 70,000 troops are cov› blacks, Asians and H ispanics. ered by a class-action suit claim› A group of Puerto Rican service ing these experiments caused m embers were tested outdoorson a cancers, emphysema and other jungle island off Panama that made "The Island of Dr. Moreau" look serious illnesses. What they want seems understandable: to be told like Club Med. "We had uniforms on to protect exactly what substances they were given and how risky they were, to ourselves," one recalled. "There be relieved of any confidentiality were rabbits. They all died." agreements they signed during the While the men were character› testing and to receive care for any ized as volunteers, the available resulting conditions. The Pentagon records make clear that many were and Justice Department continue ordered to take part. The War De› to fight this effort, in part on the partment, as it was known at the grounds that the military had tried time, didn’t classify the testing as unsuccessfully to reach out to them human experiments, thus techni› over the years. cally avoiding the requirement for


t’s not often Americans can bask in the glow of a genuine hero, much less three of them. But we’ re doing just that for a month, thanks to the efforts of a trioofmen ages 22 and 23 who, on Aug. 21, took down a gunman on a French passenger train and almost certainly prevented a bloodbath in the process.

ne of the biggest needs in Oregon is a transportation bill to repair the state’s roads and bridges. It didn’t happen in the 2015 legis› lative session. Senate President Pe› ter Courtney, a Democrat, declared even as the 2015 session began that he didn’t think a transportation bill would pass. Now, before the 2016 session, Courtney is again saying a trans› portation bill is not going to pass. It’s going to have to wait until 2017, he said, because he has "found little support from others for tackling the complex and politically charged is› sue in the short session." We can’t help but think some of the reluctance is not related to the brevity of the session. The very purpose of short sessions is to ad› dress critical problems. Roads and bridges are just as critical as other legislative priorities for 2016, such as spending on the Public Employ› ees Retirement System and costs of Medicaid. Why does this critical

By Tobln Harshaw

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Ap›

informed consent. In later decades, the military

peals in California sided with the

effects of the initial dose. Others were given the drug atropine, a hal› lucinogen; one ex-soldier says that for days afterward he heard imagi› nary voices and had visions of ani› mals creeping out of walls. The military insists that it has

not abandoned these men, claiming it tried to contact those who were

part of the trials. This rings hollow. In the early 1990s, after details of the World War II trials were declas›

sified, the VA pledged to reach out to about 4,000 still-living Army and

Navy veterans subject to the exper› iments. Yet it contacted only 610 of them, claiming the records were

such a mess it made identifying many individuals impossible. Its outreach effort consisted of a single letter, with no follow-up. Yet a re›

searcher for National Public Radio, which has been dogged in investi› gating the scope of the program, says it was able to locate about twice as many survivors using the

government’s own data. While the Defense and Veter› ans Affairs departments continue

to thwart the victims, Congress is taking greater notice. In reaction to the NPR series, Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Florida, on the House Committee

on Veterans Affairs, said he will hold a hearing in which VA offi› cials will testify about their efforts to help the survivors. The VA has also pledged to double its efforts to

locate those exposed to toxins in

World War II testing. turned to testing biological weap› Attention from Congress is wel› ons and nerve weapons, in part to come, but it is not the branch that find ways to afflict the enemy with needs to own up to its horrors. The

survivors, ordering the military to

release the information and telling the Army, rather than the over› burdened Department of Veterans Affairs, to treat their conditions. But that order did not end the trav›

any illnesses or deaths were the

"fear, panic, hysteria and hallu› Army should stop bickering with cinations," as a scientist involved the VA about who has responsibil› described it. One man put through ity for the survivors’ health care. this ordeal in 1970s who later got re› The first step is to tell these men ex› cords of those experiments through actly what sort of mad science the the Freedom of Information Act military performed on them. found he was given a nerve-agent — Tobin Harshaw writes editorials

direct result of the tests. Even

antidote that scientists knew had

esty. The Pentagon is asking for a rehearing. It’s true it will be hard to prove

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By Stephen Carter

rally, the already noisy stadium began We fans weren’t stomping and clap› baseball. At l i v e s porting events, to thrum with the catchy but ubiqui› ping. We were listening to a recording the noise of the crowd is part of the couple weeks ago, a friend in› tous "boom-boom-clap" of Queen’ s of other fans stomping and clapping. game. Even cricket, where I remem› vited me to accompany him to 1977 hit "We Will Rock You." By the No doubt the point was to get us to ber the sedate audiences at matches a baseball game in Nationals early 1980s, the cheer had become make noise. But I noticed something in the West Indies when I was a boy, Park. The game was a thriller. The commonplace at high school games. A else. Most of the crowd was rather has yielded to the tendency toward

by the National Football League and stripped of a draft choice for what

visiting Atlanta Braves were ahead going into the bottom of the ninth in›

faking the noise; it was for faking the noise "while their opponents are hud› dling or trying to call a play" a pe› riod during which the public address system is supposed to be silent. Owners, please. Play all the music you want. But don’t put fake fans in

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few years later, it broke into the pros. Everyone who’s been to a stadium in

... blase. Conversation didn’t cease.


People didn’t stop texting. Life went Nowadays, it’s easy to see why. Sit› ning, but the Washington Nationals the past quarter-century knows the on amidst the noise, and nobody but ting quietly is for losers. tied the score with two outs, then won sound. Fans smash their feet against a few youngsters in the upper deck Consistent studies in every team in the 10th on a pinch-hit home run by the floor on the booms and ... well, seemed eveninspired enough to get sport have found that the home team a rookie. clap on the claps. Those stomping feet on their feet. has an advantage. Crowd noise is Loads of fun. can make a stadium shake. It was very strange. But given the likely part of the reason. Every fan But something happened during There was one problem this time. decibel levels at today’s ballparks, ev› is certain that crowd noise matters. That’s why we cheer. (And boo.) In the contest that I hadn’ t noticed before. The sound was fake. It was piped erybody was probably noised out. Late in the game, as the Nats tried to in through the public address system. Now, regular readers know I love March, the Atlanta Falcons were fined

Sports Illustrated described as "us›

ingprerecorded crowd noise athome games." But, as the story went on to explain, the punishment wasn’t for

the seats. — StephenCarterisa columnist for Bloomberg and a law professor at Yale.





April 24, 1936 - Sept. 2, 2015 Arrangements: McHenry Funeral Home, 1-541-757-8141,

Professor,scholar Schorske won Pulitzer Prize in i98’i


By Bruce Weber

Services: A Celebration Of Life will be held from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. on Saturday, September 26 at Peace Lutheran Church 2540 Applegate St. in Philomath.

New York Times News Service

Hope Elaine Leinbach, of La Pine Mar. 14, 1948 - Sept. 16, 201 5 Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine is honored to serve the family. 541-536-5104 www.bairdfh.corn Services: A party to celebrate Hope’s life will be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, 2:OOPM, at the La Pine Moose Lodge, located at 52510 Drafter Rd. in La Pine. Contributionsmay be made to:

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Kenneth Neal Thomason July19, 1937- Sept.15, 2015

weren’t warned about fires


DEATH NOTICES Clifford H. "Cliff" Leach, of Philomath

Some Californianssaythey

Carl E. Schorske, a profes›

sor and scholar whose col› lection of essays fixing turn› of-the-century Vienna as the

radiating source of modernist thinking won a Pulitzer Prize in 1981 and remains an exem›

"Many of us academics write like klutzes. What

Schorske did in each essay was write in a way that lived up to

plar of cultural history, died

the intellectual and aesthetic standards of His death at Meadow Lakes, the culture makers he a retirement community not had studied." Sunday in East Windsor, New Jersey. He was 100. far f ro m

P r i nceton, where


was one of 10 "great teachers"

pictured on the cover of Time Schorske wrote. "Its great magazine. A 1969 article in the intellectual innovators in Princeton alumni m agazine music and philosophy, in eco› recalled that after the final

nomics and architecture, and,

lecture of his first course, stu› of course,in psychoanalysis all broke, more or less de› dents stood and applauded. "He changed my life," Mi› liberately, their ties to the his› chael Roth, who studied with torical outlook central to the 19th-century liberal culture in Schorske as a f r eshman at Wesleyan University in 1976 which they’d been reared." and is now its president, said In 1981, in addition to re› in an interview ’Itresday. In ceiving the Pulitzer for gen› a written remembrance, he eral n o n f iction, S c h orske called Schorske "an extraor› was among the first class of ›


recipients of a MacArthur fel›

humane and sensitive to the

lowship, the so-called genius award.

more than 90 countries. Died Thursday. The Rev. Everett Parker, 102: Won a landmark broadcast› ing case and led a civil rights crusade to hold television and

radio stations accountable for presenting racially biased pro› gramming and for failing to hire blacks and other minori› ties. Died Thursday in White Plains, New York.

Max Beauvoir, 79: Former City College of New York chemistry major who gave up hard scienceto become Haiti’s high priest of voodoo. Died Sept. 12 i n Haiti.

P o r t-au Wince,

— From wire reports

County burned after he fi› nally rounded up his cats

Paul Kitagaki Jr. /The Sacramento Bee via TheAssociated Press

Nehemiah White, right, and Selena Craine of Lake County Ani› mal Care & Control lead a pony and quarter horse found roaming Thursday in Anderson Springs, California.

and left.

the university. Through Mr. Schorske’s windows, dumb› founded, I looked at Rousseau

and Goethe, Marx and Freud. In his drawing room I listened to Bach and managed for the first time to hear Schoenberg.

She asked McWilliams if she wanted to leave, but the respond to repeated phone retired teacher declined, say› calls and emails seeking ing the fire didn’t seem bad. comment on how and when Elsewhere in Anderson residents were notified. In Springs, the body of former a statement issued earlier newspaper reporter Leonard this week, sheriff’s Lt. Steve

ing. If you can see the fire, you need to be going," said Neft,69, was found near his Lynnette Round, a spokes› burnt car after what m ay woman for t h e C a lifornia have been an attempt to es› Department of Forestry and cape, his daughter Joslyn F ire Protection, known as Neft said Friday. His wife CalFire. had asked him to leave ear› R ound said tw o m e n lier Sept. 12, but he said the in Calaveras County fire looked far away. 66-year-old Mark McCloud Elsewhere in Lake Coun› and 82-year-oldOwen Gold- ty, the body of Bruce Beven smith died after rejecting Burns, 65, was found in a orders to evacuate. building on the grounds of Three people were killed his brother’s recycling busi›

Brooks said CalFire request›

ed evacuation assistance at 1:50 p.m. Sept. 12, but it re› mains unclear which com›

munities were notified and how.

CalFire spokesman Rich› ard Cordova could not con› firm early evacuation de› tails but said that given the

speed of the fire, the death toll could have been much

declined requests by friends the electricity failed. At that

"Many of u s

a cademics

tices. However, two of them

It’s unknown why he stayed.

moving," he said.

write like klutzes," Roth, the

president of Wesleyan, said. "What Schorske did in each essay was write in a way that lived up to the intellectual and

glowering at the Secessionists a banker, and the former Ger› and the hardy perennial in› trude Goldsmith. He grew stincts running wild. It was a up and went to high school wonderful place to live. Ideas in Scarsdale, New York. He rampaged." graduated from Columbia and earned amaster'sdegree from

occasion of the publication of Harvard before serving in the Schorske’s collection, "Fin-de› Office of Strategic Services, a Siecle Vienna: Politics and Cul› precursor to the CIA, during World War II. He returned to

many years, consists of seven Harvard for his doctorate. essays, each seating different Schorske, who played the aspects of intellectual life with› violin and was fond of singing in the context of a significant German lieder, often said his period of political ferment and love of music figured into his thinking and his teaching. ("I social tumult. In separate chapters, he con› first listened to Wagner and Mahler in his classes," Roth

wrote in a 2011 essay.) His otherbooks include "German Social Democracy, 1905-1917"

(1955) and "Thinking With History: Explorations in the Passage to Modernism" (1998), a collection of essays on the evolution of the role of histo› ry in 19th- and 20th-century

thought. The c h apters c o alesced Schorske’s wife, the for› into a cogent argument posit› mer Elizabeth Rorke, died ing Vienna from the late 19th last year after more than 70 century until the end of World years of marriage. A son, War I as a crucible of change Stephen, died in 2013. In ad› in Western intellectual life› dition to his daughter, he is the time and place where the survived by three sons, Carl past abruptly receded from Theodore, John and Richard; contemporary art and thought, three grandchildren; and two and modernism gained a foot› great-grandchildren.

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there’s a huge fire coming at you,’" he said. The Lake County sher› iff’s office has declined to

thor’s elegance as a writer.

15, 1915, to Theodore Schorske,

Email: obits@bendbulletin.corn

was that serious.

told, ’Get the hell out of there

felt, but there should have been a lot more lives lost with the way that fire was

in it, and the Expressionists

Schoenberg and artist and writer Oskar Kokoschka.

on how fast that fire is mov›

home around 3 p.m. Sept. 12 and no indication the fire

Davis said he waited for an evacuation notice until

Schorske was born in the Bronx, New York, on March

tav Klimt, composer Arnold

"You may get that notice,

or you may not, depending

when she left McWilliams’

theyreceived evacuation no-

back, a 19th-century garden with the obligatory machine

sidered narrative l iterature,

homes, many prized for their privacy.

" When I fin a ll y g o t through ... they said my street was not on an evac› n ifer H i t tson, s ai d t h e r e uation order, but you might were no evacuation orders want to leave. I was never

Alex Ross wrote in a blog post this week but also for its au›

tion," New Yorker music critic

There must have been, out

ture." The book, written over

ple in th e r emote area of

information and waited on hold for an hour.

higher. "Any loss of a life is heart›

aesthetic standards of the cul› ture makers he had studied."

Leonard was writing on the

have been done to n otify

point, he called CalFire for

ness, where Burns also lived.

Schorske’s inquisitive erudi›

the world:

in 1975 and 1976 and worked in

he said. His house in Lake

i n a separate fire in L a k e C ounty. It w a sn’t clear i f

though no one will soon match

Deathsof note from around Dettmar Cramer, 90:Former Bayern Munich coach who led the club to European Cup titles

From a previous fire in late July, he knew to expect a re› corded call on his cellphone or look for someone coming through the neighborhood with a bullhorn yelling for people to evacuate. "None of that happened,"

residents. Authorities def e nded their warnings and rescue attempts, saying they did all they could to reach peo›

architecture, music, psychol› p hrey; o n e b r o t h er , B i l l (Donna) Thomason; seven ogy, painting, philosophy and grandchildren and 26 other disciplines, focusing on Viennese intellectual figures, great-grandchildren Visitation w il l b e S a t u r › among them Sigmund Freud, day, Sept. 19, from 9 to 10 playwright and novelist Ar› a.m. with a Celebration of thur Schnitzler, painter Gus› Life Service at 10:00 a.m. at Ni sw o n g er-Reynolds F uneral H o m e i n B en d , OR. N i s w o nger-Reynolds F uneral H o m e w a s h o n › o red to s e rv e t h e f a m i l y (541-382-2471)

in recent memory.

fertile breeding grounds of our century’s ahistorical culture,"

fessed by Carl E. Schorske at

ter, Rocky (Denis) Hum›

ed from one of the most de› structive fires in California

ty of California, Berkeley, he

"Twenty years ago, the house I grew up in, metaphor› ically, was modern European intellectual history as pro›

Carol and Jayne; one sis›

er Bill Davis watched from his home as smoke mount›

tion, proved one of the most

Times, wrote in 1980:

(Lynn); two stepdaughters,

Cal i f .

High school math teach›

1966, while at the Universi›

John Leonard, who became a thinking › "a model for in› book critic for The New York terdisciplinary writing, al›

and flying, but m ore th an anything he loved his fam› ily. N eal had an outgoing personality . He m ade m any friends through h i s h umor an d s m i l e . Nea l e xperienced m a n y bu s i › ness careers, from selling i nsurance t o s t a r t in g h i s own carpet business, Floor D ecor in B e nd, w h ic h h e later sold and retired. N eal w a s p r e c eded i n death by h i s p a r ents an d two of hi s sons, Neal Dee Thomason and John Daren Thomason. He is survived by his wife, Billie; one son, Don E d w a r d Th o m as on


Davis was among a num› ber of survivors who say and family to leave. they never got an official The body of 72-year-old evacuation notice Sept. 12 Barbara McWilliams, who about the blaze a situa› used a walker, was found tion that r a ises questions in her home in Anderson about whether more could Springs. Her caregiver, Jen›

different ways that students learned." His book was admired not Another f o rmer s t udent, simply for its potent creative

Neal loved playing golf

The Associated Press

Michael Rath, Schorske taught for many Wesleyan University president years, was confirmed by his daughter, Anne Edwards. A polymath with a gift for communicating complex ideas hold and momentum. "Vienna, in the fin de siecle, straightforwardly, Schorske was renowned for his lectures with its acutely felt tremors of and classroom presence. In social and political disintegra›

dinary t eacher

Kenneth Neal Thomason passed away Sept. 15, 2015 at th e a g e o f 7 8 a t h i s h ome i n B e n d , O r e g o n . N eal w a s b o r n J u l y 1 9 , 1937 in S i l o a m S p r i n g s, Arkansas, to parents Ken› n eth Earl T h o m ason a n d Opal Leona Walburn.

By Janie Har

P.O. Box 6020

Bend, OR97708

AR ~ ~ a c NZZ - X~ ~ A; ae / S Bend businessman, James "Jim" Prosser, died September 15, 2015, surrounded by his large and loving family. Jim was born May 20, 1933, the only child of James and Mary Prosser.He was raised in the northern Montana town of Sweetgrass on the Canadian border. Prosser saidhe could often tell if a persongrew up in exheme cold as the hardship made one less quick to give offense and faster to lend a hand. Prosser's beloved father "JK" owned a Texaco gas station and mechanic shop, which servedthe bootleggersof Canadian whiskey and the US border pahol alike. His dad being a very ethical man, allcars were equally well-tuned at the shop. This made for fast and furious chasesover rolling prairie hills - fun sport for a small town. Prosserspent much of his youth hunting and fishing with JK in the Montana Rockies. After graduating from high school in 1950, he headed to the University Pt of Montana to study business. He led his Phi Sigma Kappa &aternity brothers on deer hunts, adding Q %PS venison tothe endless spaghetti and peanut butter sandwiches. He paid his way through college workingsummers in the oil field. While at U of M, the Korean War erupted and Prosserjoined the US Army. He served as a sergeant, tasked with naining sharp shooters. Testing in the Army’s top tier for math and logic, he wasselected for specialized training andposted to a supply logistics team, Western Troop Movement, at Ford Ord in California. He later served as a cortriCrrc theUnited Nations at The Presidio. With his honorable dischargein 1956, Prosser returned to Montana to continue his studies. He soon headed west again, lured by the many career opportunities in the budding Silicone Valley. He found successas an accountant at IBM, but his entrepreneurial spirit chaA’ed under theOrganization Man corporate culture. 6 Prosser closedthe best deal of his life when he convinced the beautiful, competent and ever cheerful Dolores Carriere to marry him. From Saskatchewan, Canada,Dolores had moved to the Bay Area to pursue her career as a regi sterednurse. They met in 1958 and wed in Canada in June 1959, settling in SanJose. The family grew by seven children, six daughters and one son, in the next decade. Jim Prosser disliked gambling, but he was not adverse to risk-taking. Ever confident and optimistic, he left IBM to open a Western Auto hardware store and later worked for Firestone Corporation. Jim spent eleven years as the California district manager for Coast to Coast Hardware Stores. He was so good at recruiting &anchisees and openingstores, that it was inevitable that he would find the perfect store for himself. That opportunity came in 1974 when he andDolores purchased aCoast to Coast Hardware store, then at the corner of Greenwood and Eighth, and moved their family to Bend, Oregon.A second store was opened on south Hwy 97 in 1981. Jim appreciated the support of the community, his great staff and especially longtime friend, colleague andstore manager, Craig Clasby. When Coast toCoast Hardware closed in 1997, Jim became a commercial realestate broker,earning a CCIM credential. Until his retirement in 2014, he wasactive with Century 21 Realty. Prosser's fifteen minutes of fame came when he survived being lost in the snow-bound Montana Rockies for severaldays in November 1993. He was invited to share his harrowing tale of survival to local groups andschools for many months after. Jim loved his family, the community and Central Oregon. He was a big supporter of schoolsand of COCC and was proud that his seven children all graduated &om universities in Oregon. Jim was a past boardpresident of the Bend Chamber ofCommerce, served on various City of Bend committees, and was atireless advocate for local business. He was anactive member of the Bend Sunrise Lions Club for over forty years. Jim is survived by his wife of 56 years, Dolores, daughter, Jane and Scott Reynolds and Jennifer, Courtney and Alison (Bendl; daughter, Nancy Prosser(Santa Fe); son, Jim, and Allison Prosser and Lola (Portland); daughter, Linda, and Greg Crabtree and Emma, Jane and Silas (Portland); daughter, Donna, and Greg Maffei and Isabella and Lucas (Portland); daughter, Carol, and Chuck Clair and Quinn, Chase and Ellis (Bend), and daughter, Kerry, and Ken Merrill and Cooper(Sisters). He leavesbehind a wealth of people whom he loved and who loved and respectedhim. A celebration of Jim’s life will be held Saturday, September 19 at tpm at Wille Hallinside the Coats Campus Center at Cennal Oregon Community College (COCC). In lieu of cardsor Aowers, please consider a donation to COCC Foundation Scholarships.



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Continued from B1 uWe See the dual benefit of the narrower lane and the te

w idersurface for cyclists," he added. The road department is also using a different sized rock for c hip-seal treatments on t h e

bike lane and shoulders than for traveling lanes. Doty said the department ex›

perimented with different seal coats that would offer a nicer surface for bikes. u We’Ve deCided to tr y


smaller chip rock to still pro› vide a good surface seal that


will last longer but also be a lit› tle smoother," he said. The aPPrOaCh, in Part, is irt

response to cydists’ desire to


have more room. The county has also noticed a lot more rid›

ers on county roads, Doty said. uWe are attempting to prO›

C otto ’, d

vide a better level of surface to the cyclist while also address› ing the preventive-maintenance

needs of the pavement," he said. —Reporter: 541-617-7820, tshoracls@bendbftlletin.corn

Source: Deschutes County

Roadswithnew bike lanes - Bike lanes repavedwith smaller chiprock Pete Smith /The Bulletin

Get ready for the Bend Whitewater Park and be in the know before you go.


"He doesn't do it for any kind of extrinsic reward.

Continued from B1

But it WaS a natural fit

"I didn’t realize I missed it


until I started doing it again,"

Floaters Channel: For flatwater boats, paddleboards and Steve Austin,

Ruiter said.

PonderosaElementary School principal

The staff at Ponderosa El› ementary is thrilled with the

inflatables; bepreparedfor gentle turbulence. Whitewater Channel: For experiencedwhitewater usersonly;

work he’s doing. Principal during his time there. When Steve Austin said the school is she was teaching fourth grade, luckytohave an engaged staff Ruiter began working with and that Ruiter just adds to the some of her students who need› productivity. ed help with math. "He’s the one that’s the cheer› And Khan Academy can help students who are behind leader," Ricketts said, explain› review their skills or test stu› ing how Ruiter is constantly dents who are ahead. thinking of innovative ways to Austin nominated Ruiter for engage kids. the governor’s award; he sees In a write-up about the gov› the positive effect Ruiter has on ernor’s award winners on the the kids and also the positive Oregon Volunteers web site, effect they haveon him. Ruiterisdescribed assomeone "It’s just energizing to him," who "always looks for ways to Austin said. help students and their fami› The award came as a sur› lies," and that he "meets with prise to Ruiter. Austin said Ruit› countless parents explaining er was honored by it but is de› how to help their children at termined to keep the focus on home.... He does all this with

with "Mr. Bill," as they call him, since second grade. "He’s just really helpful," Reid said, launching into an ex›

sorry, no tubes or non-whitewater specific equipment.

cited description of the kind of

Think safety first - plan your route, wearalife jacket and follow therules.

the students and school’s staff. uHe dOeSn’t dO it fOr any kind of extrinsic reward," Austin said. "But it was a natural fit.u

Ruiter knOWShiS Stuff.

a passion and enthusiasm for

learning that is contagious." Many of th e students on

campus know and recognize Nicole Ricketts, a reading Ruiter. Fourth-graders Reid teacher at Ponder os a, has Abrahamson and Mason Ber› worked closely with R u iter gler, both 9, have been working

codinghe'slearnedfrom Khan Academy, thanks to Ruiter. It’s dear to the students why

Ruiter gives up his free time to volunteer at the school, some› times five days a week.

"He likes kids," Mason said.

Flows and conditions will vary in the Deschutes River.

• Be sure to wave as you floaton through with

that big grin onyour face.

Reid and Mason have ad›

vanced from basic coding to making their own animations over time. And although at first some studentswere surprised

toseesomeone theirgrandparents’ age taking on computer coding, they now acknowledge "A lot of people who are his age are intimidated by technol› ogy," Austin said. "He embrac› es it." — Reporter: 541-383-0325, Itfislcaroibendbulletln.corn

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to learn about opening, aCCeSSand USe.

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Staggering numders forCTE Researchers studying a degenerative disease in former athletes found more than 95 percent of brains of deceased former NFLplayers tested over the past year showed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopa› thy, or CTE,continuing a trend they havebeen tracking. A story posted on PBS.org on Friday reported that a total of

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former NFLplayers ex› amined in recent years by researchers with the Department of Veterans Affairs and Boston Uni› versity have hadCTE. According to PBS, many players whose brains were donated for research suspected they had CTE,which therefore skews the population of brains being examined. Linked to repeated brain trauma, CTEis associated with symp› toms such asmemory loss, impaired judg› ment, depression, and, eventually, progressive dementia. Ann McKee, chief of neuropathology at the VA Boston Healthcare System, told PBS: "People think that we’re blowing this out of proportion, that this is a very rare diseaseand that we’ resensational› izing it. My response is

first season under coach

Gary Andersen, are young and learningnew systems, and they start a true fresh›

man at quarterback. It could be the perfect op› portunity for San Jose State

to shakeoff a 37-16 loss at Air Force last weekend. San Jose State has it

tough this season with games against Auburn, Boise State and BYU,

which may make the trip to Oregon State (1-1) today not as daunting for the Spar› tans (1-1). "I don’t think there are major fixes don’t throw

the baby out with the bath water," third-year coach

Ron Caragher said. "I think the guys have played pretty good. The Spartans, however, are just 4-10 on the road under Caragher. The team’s last nonconference road victory over an FBS-level opponentcamein2012,

when the Spartans won 12-0 at Navy. Oregon State, a

very real disease."

— The Associated Press

one-touchdown favorite, is also coming off a 35-7 drub› bing by Michigan at the Big House. Like San Jose State, the Beavers are looking

Inside Seahawks center heads back hometo Wisconsin,C6 Mangini’s 49ers D hopes to continue strong start,C6 Week 2 preview,C6

to learn from the loss and

move on. The sooner the better. See Beavers /C5 st;sp

Next up


San Jose St. at Oregon St. When: 5 p.m.today


Farah gets OK to work with Salazar

— The AssociatedPress

Inside A look at today’s big matchups in the Pac-12,C5 Photos by Joe Kline/The Bulletin

Mountain View’s Jacob Rey catches a pass against Crater on Friday night at Mountain View High School. The Cougars lost 41-37.

Mountain View loses 3rd straight to open seasonin back-and-forth contest with Crater By Grant Lucas

Mountain View’e Micah

The Bulletin

There was no ignoring the emotion that poured out of

look like they do is they’ re ex› hausted.... That’s the passion. That’s why sports are awe›

Hoole runs some. When you care about

Mountain View football play›

the ball

something that much, when it

ers Friday night. The Cougars had put togeth›


doesn’t end the way you want


it to, it hurts. But that’s life. Our

er their best all-around game

kids will bounce back. I’m real› ly excited about the energy we

to date. They rang up nearly 600 yards of offense and pushedoneofthehighest-scoring teams in the state to the

limit. Yet, after seeing Crater

As he began to walk off the

field, Crum pointed to Mike Irwin: "No. 4 is pretty good,

score with less than two min› utes left in the fourth quarter,

it was not enough a 41-37 nonconference loss dropping

first time since 2005.

Mountain View to 0-3 for the

heartbroken, some in tears.

Mountain View players were

Brian Crum likes that emotion.

"They care," the Cougars coach said. "The reason they

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isn’t he?"

Incredible, actually. See Cougars /C4

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The Associated Press

Oregon would not re› veal this week its starting

quarterback for today’ s game against Georgia State. Coach Mark Helfrich

would not even say if it was a game-time decision. "Maybe, maybe not," Hel› frich said after a practice this week in advance of the game between the No. 12 Earlier this week, start›


The Associated Press

TOP 25

By Anne M. Peterson

Ducks (1-1) and Panthers (1› 1) at Autzen Stadium.

By Kristie Rieken


Ducks won’t say who will start at QB

had tonight, about the effort

they played with tonight. We’ re going to be OK."

A problem fit for a King: too many dothes



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track and field’s govern› ing body says there is "no reason to becon› cerned" about Mo Farah or other British athletes working with American coach Alberto Salazar. UK Athletics launched an independent inquiry following media alle› gations that Salazar, a former runner at the University of Oregon, was involved with dop› ing some of his athletes at the Oregon Project training center in Port› land. UK Athletics an› nounced in July it found "no evidence of any impropriety" by Farah, the Olympic andworld champion at 5,000 and 10,000 meters. On Friday, the body said it "found no reason to be concerned about the engagement of other British athletes and coaches with the Ore› gon Project." The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency is conducting its own investigation into allegations involving Salazar’s training pro› gram.

Boston College

The Or›

egon State Beavers, in their

that, where I sit, this is a

PAC-12 rizona St. New Mexico

Young Beavers look to rebound By Anne M. Peterson

87 of the 91 brains of



HOUSTON Felix Her› nandez has more than 1,000

Inside Mariners beat AL West-leading Rangers. MLB,C3

closet down in the garage to fit

pairsofshoesand threedifferent tailors to construct his

large that it cannot be held

made-to-order suits, and he

in the multiple closets of his

fancies designer T-shirts that cost up to $500 apiece.

homes in Seattle and his na› tive Venezuela. And he loves every single item.

His haute collection is so

"I will tell you this, the one

in my room is big but my wife had to make like a different my clothes," the Seattle Mari› ners’ ace pitcher said, shaking hishead."We made acouple of closets in the garage. I’ ve got too much stuff." Hernandez has painstak›

ingly cultivated an eye-catch› ing style over 11 major league seasons. He isnotafraid of bright, bold colors, prefers body-conscious cuts, and loves everything about Euro› pean designs. He describes his style sim› ply as different. See Fashion /C5

ing quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. revealed he had a broken index finger on his throwing hand, sustained in the season opener against Eastern

Washington. See Ducks /C5

Next up GeorgiaSt. at No.12 Oregon When: 11 a.m. today TV:Pac-12 Radio: KBND 1110-AM, 100.1-FM




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Chicagoland Lineup After Friday qualifying; raceSundayat Chicagoland Speedway,Joliet, Iu. Lap length: 1.5 miles (Car number inparentheses; lineupbasedonpractice times) 1. (4)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 2. (22)JoeyLogano, Ford, owner points. 3. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford,owner points. 4. (78)MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 5. (3)AustinDilon, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 6. (31)RyanNewman, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 7. (18)KyleBusch,Toyota, ownerpoints. 8. (5)KaseyKahne, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 9. (41)KurtBusch,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 10. (24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 11. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 12. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota, ownerpoints. 13. (1)JamieMcMurray,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 14. (19)CarlEdwards,Toyota,owner points. 15. (47)AJAllmendinger, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 16. (27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 17. (16)GregBiff le, Ford, owner points. 18. (42)KyleLarson,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 19. (88)DaleEarnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 20. (43)AricAlmirola, Ford,owner points. 21. (33)BrianScott, Chevrolet, attempts. 22. (9)SamHomish Jr., Ford,owner points. 23. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet, owner points. 24. (13)Casey Mears, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 25. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 26. (15)Glint Bowyer, Toyota, owner points. 27. (17)RickyStenhouseJr., Ford, owner points. 28. (55)David Ragan, Toyota, ownerpoints. 29. (11)DennyHamlin,Toyota, owner points. 30. (6)TrevorBayne, Ford, owner points. 31. (51)JustinAllgaier,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 32. (7)AlexBowman,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 33. (35)ColeWhitt, Ford,owner points. 34. (26)J.J. Yeley,Toyota,attempts. 35. (38)David Gililand, Ford,owner points. 36. (40)LandonCassil, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 37. (46)MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet, attempts. 38. (34)BrettMoffitt, Ford,ownerpoints. 39. (83)MattDiBenedetto, Toyota, owner points. 40. (32)JoshWise,Ford, attempts. 41. (23)JebBurton, Toyota, attempts. 42. (98)ReedSorenson, Ford, attempts. 43. (62)TimmyHil, Chevrolet,attempts.

KICE 940-AM;KRCO 690-AM,96.9-FM 6:15 p.m. ESPN 7:30 p.m. CSNNW 7:30 p.m. FS1

College, Mississippi at Alabama College, N. Iowa atCal Poly College, BYUat UCLA College, N. Arizona atArizona

8 p.m.

FOOTBALL College Pac-12 All TimesPDT



PGA Tour, BMWChampionship PGA Tour, BMWChampionship Solheim Cup,Day3

9 a.m. NBC 12:30 p.m. Golf 1:30 a.m. Golf


MLB, N.Y.Yankeesat N.Y.Mets MLB, Boston at Toronto MLB, KansasCity at Detroit MLB, Seattle at Texas MLB, Pittsburgh at L.A. Dodgers

10 a.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.


Root MLB


North Conf Overall California

Oregon St. Oregon Stanford Washington St Washington

Arizona SouthernCal UC(A Utah Arizona St. Colorado

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0 0 0 0

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SOCCER England, TottenhamHotspur vs. Crystal Palace 5 a.m. Germany, Stuttgart vs. Schalke 04 6:30 a.m. England, Liverpool vs. Norwich City 7:30 a.m. England, Southampton vs. Manchester United 8 a.m. Germany, BorussiaDortmundvs. BayerLeverkusen 8:30 a.m. Women’s college, Northwestern at Indiana 9 a.m. Women’s college, Mississippi St. at Arkansas 10 a.m. Men’s college, Rutgers at Indiana noon Women’s int’I friendly, United States vs. Haiti noon Women’s college, South Carolina at Missouri noon Men’s college, Davidson at Stanford noon Women's college,AuburnatTennessee noon MLS, NewYork at Portland 2 p.m. MLS, Houston at Philadelphia 4 p.m.




Pac-12 SEC

Today’sGames GeorgiaSt,at Oregon, 11a.m. UtahSt.at Washington, 2p.m. Coloradovs.ColoradoSt., 4 p.m. Californiaat Texas,4;30 p.m. SanJoseSt.at OregonSt., 5p.m. StanfordatSouthernCal, 5 p.m. WyomingatWashington St., 5:30p.m. BYUatUCLA, 7:30p.m. Utah atFresnoSt., 7:30p.m. N. ArizonaatArizona,8p.m. Friday’sGames

FloridaSt. 14,Boston College0 BoiseSt. 52,IdahoSt.0





PGA Tour, BMWChampionship PGA Tour, BMWChampionship Web.corn Tour, River Run

9 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m.

Golf NBC

10 a.m. 10 a.m. noon




WNBA playoffs, NewYork atWashington Euro Basket, final WNBA playoffs, Minnesota at LosAngeles

10 a.m. CBS 10 a.m. Fox 1:25 p.m. Fox 5:20 p.m. NBC; KRCO690-AM, 96.9-FM


MLB, Seattle at Texas MLB, N.Y.Yankeesat N.Y.Mets

noon 5 p.m.


Tennessee Jacksonvile Indianapolis Houston

Denver SanDiego Kansas City Oakland



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Dallas Washington Philadelphia N.Y.Giants Atlanta Carolina

TampaBay NewOrleans

SanFrancisco Seattle

TexaS PlayerS SayCOaChtald them to Strike referee› A Texas high school football coach directed two players to strike a referee during a gamebecause of missed calls that had hurt the team, the players claimed Friday. Theschool district has suspended assis› tant coach Mack Breedpending aninvestigation. Michael Moreno and Victor Rojas also repeatedearlier claims that Robert Watts, the targeted referee, hadusedracial slurs. Rojas alleged that Watts at one point told a Hispanic player to "speakEnglish, this is America." Moreno contends the ref used aracial slur directed at a black player. Watts has denied using inappropriate language. — From wire reports

Pct PF PA 1.000 31 10 1.000 27 14 1.000 28 21 1.000 17 10

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L 0 1 1 1

T 0 0 0 0

Pct PF PA 1.000 42 14 .000 9 20 .000 14 27 .000 20 27

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T Pct PF PA 0 1.000 33 13 0 .000 13 19 0 .000 21 28 0 .000 10 31

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T Pct PF PA 0 1.000 27 26 0 .000 10 17 0 .000 24 26 0 .000 26 27

1 0 0

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North W L T Pct PF PA 1 0 0 1.000 31 23

St. Louis Arizona


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NASCAR,Sprint Cup,Chicagoland

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NFL, SanDiego at Cincinnati NFL, SanFrancisco at Pittsburgh NFL, Dallas at Philadelphia NFL, Seattle at GreenBay

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1 0 .000 28 33 1 0 .000 3 20 1 0 .000 23 31

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0 0 1.000 31 19 0 0 1.000 20 3 1 0 .000 31 34

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Sunday’sGames TampaBayatNewOrleans,10a.m. Detroit atMinnesota,10 a.m. ArizonaatChicago,10a.m. HoustonatCarolina,10 a.m. SanFranciscoat Pittsburgh,10 a.m. NewEnglandatBuffalo, 10a.m. SanDiegoatCincinnati, 10a.m. Tenne sseeatCleveland,10a.m. Atlantaat NY Giants,10a m. St. LouisatWashington,10a.m. BaltimoreatOakland,1:05p.m. Miami atJacksonvile, 1:05p.m. Dallas atPhiladelphia,1:25p.m. SeattleatGreenBay, 5:30p.m. Monday’sGame N.Y.JetsatIndianapolis, 5:30p.m.

"We need to notify Dewey’s next of kin .... Meanwhile, he left behind an expensive putter and I’m calling dibs."

NFL InjuryReport HOUSTONTEXANSatCAROLINAPANTHERS TEXANS: OUT: SLonnieBallentine (knee), RBAr› ian Foster(groin), LBMikeMohamed (calf), GXavier Su’a-Filo (calf). QUE STIONABLE: T DuaneBrown hand). PRO BABLE: TJeff Adams(abdominal), DT

hristianCovington(shoulder), CB Kevin Johnson (thigh), LB Carlos Thompson (concussion), WRNate Washington (abdominal). PANT HERS: OUT: TDaryl Williams(knee).DOUBTFUL: LBLuke Kuechly (con› cussion).QUESTIONABLE: TERichie Brockel (shoul› der), DEWesHorton (shoulder), DTStar Lotulelei (foot). PRO BABLE: DT Dwan Edwards (groin), RB Jonathan Stewart (knee). SAN FRANCISCO49ERS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS 49ERS:OUT:RB Reggie Bush (calf). QUE STIONABLE: WRBruce Elington (ankle). STEELERS: QU ESTIONABLE: CBCortezAllen(knee). PROB ABLE: SWil Allen (concussion), CBBrandon Boykin(groin), QBLandryJones(concussion), SMike Mitchell(hip),LBRyanShazier (knee), LBSeanSpence (hamstring). TAMPABAY BUCCANEERS atNEW ORLEANS SAINTS BUCCANEERS: OUT: DETJ. Fatinikun (shoulder), SMajorWright(abdomen). QUESTION› ABLE:LBBruceCarter (ribs), WRMike Evans (ham› string), CBMikeJenkins(hamstring), LBDanny Lan› sanah (ankle). SAINTS:OUT:SJairusByrd(knee), LB DannegEllerbe(toe), CBKeenan Lewis (hip). QUES› TIONAB LE:RBC.J.Spiler (knee). DETROIT LIONS at MINNESOTAVIKINGS LIONS:OU T: TEBrandon Pettigrew(hamstring). DOUBTFUL: LBDeAndreLevy(hip).QUESTIONABLE: DT HalotiNgata(shoulder), DTCaraun Reid (ankle). PROB ABLE: CBDarius Slay(ankle), QBMatthewStaf› ford (rightupperarm),WRGoldenTate (quadriceps), TLaAdrianWaddle (elbow), GLarry Warlord (ankle VIKINGS:PR OBABLE: RBJerick McKinnon(ankle, DT Shama r Stephen(knee). ARIZONACARDINALS atCHICAGO BEARS CARDINALS: OU T: RBAndreEgington(knee), G Mike lupati(knee).QUESTIONABLE: S DeoneBucan› non (groin),STonyJefferson(hamstring). PROBABLE: WRMichaelFloyd(hand), TEJermaineGresham(ham› string), TE Troy Niklas (hamstring). BEA RS: OUT: LB Jonathan Bostic (ankle), CBTracy Porter (hamstring). QUEST IONABLE: WRAlshonJeffery(calf, hamstring), LB PernelMcP l hee(wrist, knee).PROBABLE: LBSam Acho(illness),TJermonBushrod(back), CBSherrick McManis(thioh). NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTSat BUFFALO BILLS PATRIOTS:OUT:0 RyanWendell (igness). DOUBT FUL: DT Dominique Easley (hip). PROBA› BLE: RB Travaris Cadet (hamstring), DETrey Flowers (knee), STavonWilson (quadriceps). BILLS:OUT: WRMarquiseGoodwin (ribs), LBTonySteward(knee). QUESTI ONABLE: RB LeSean McCoy (hamstring). PROBABLE ;SCoreyGraham (concussion),WRPercy Harvin(hip). SAN DIEGOCHARGERS afCINCINNATIBENGALS CHARGERS: OUT: GJohnnie Troutman (arm), LB TourekWilliams(foot). DO UBTFUL:SJahleel Addae(ankle), TD.J. Fluker(ankle), WRJacobyJones (ankle). QUE STIONABLE: LB Kyle Emanuel (shoul› der). PRO BABLE: LBJerry Attaochu(hamstring), CB Brandon Flowers (knee), CBCraig Mager(hamstring). GENGA LS:OUT: DTMarcusHardison(knee). QUES› TIONAB LE: S George loka (ankle), CBJosh Shaw (groin).PROBABLE:CBDreKirkpatrick (calf), SReggie Nelson(groin). TENNESSE ETITANSat CLEVELANDBRDWNS TITANS: OU T: RBAntonio Andrews(hamstring),


NTSammieHil (knee),CBCodyRiggs (knee). DOUBT›

FUL: CB JasonMccourty (groin). QUESTIONABLE:TE DelanieWalker (hand). BROW NS: OU T: QBJosh Mccown(concussion), LBScott Solomon(ankle), RB RobertTurbin(ankle). QUESTIONABLE: DEDesmond Bryant(shoulder), LBKarlos Dansby (foot), CBJustin Gilbert(hip flexor). PROBABLE:TJoel Bitonio (knee), QB JohnnyManziel (right elbow), LBNate Orchard (back), TMitchell Schwarlz (thumb). ATLANTAFALCONS atNEW YORK GIANTS FALCO NS:OU T: DEMagiciahGoodman (elbow), WR DevinHester(toe), LBBrooksRee d (groin). PROB ABLE: DEAdrian Clayborn (thumb), WRJulio Jones(hamstring), TJakeMatthews(back), SWilliam Moore(illness), LBO’BrienSchofield (hip). GIANTS: OUT:WRVictor Cruz(calf), TEDaniel Fegs(foot), DT MarkusKuhn(knee), DEOwamagbeO dighizuwa (foot). DOUBT FUL: LB Jon Beason (knee). PROBABLE: T EreckFlowers(ankle), LBDani unga(knee). ST. LOUIS RAMS at WASHINGTON REDSKINS— GAMS:OUT:RB Chase Reynolds (kne e),DEEugeneSims(knee).QUESTIONABLE:RB ToddG urley (knee),RBTreMason(thigh). PROBABLE: LB Daren Bates(knee), CBTrumaineJohnson(concus› sion).REDSK INS: OUT:WRDeSean Jackson (ham› string), CBJustin Rogers (foot), LBMartregSpaight (concussion).QUESTIONABLE: TTomCompton(calf), LB Jackson Jeffcoat (thigh),NTTerranceKnighton (rib), TE JordanReed(quadriceps). PROBABLE: CBDeAn› gelo Hal(ri l b), CKoryLichtensteiger(finger), T Trent Williams(ankle). MIAMI DOLPHINSat JACK SONVILLEJAG› UARS DOLPIN HS: OUT: TEDion Sims(con› cussi on).QUESTIONABLE:S Reshad Jones (hamstring), DEDerrick Shelby (eye)rDECameron Wake (hamstring).PRO BABLE: DEOlivier Vernon(ankle). JAGUARS; OUT: DEAndreBranch(knee), CBDwayne Gratz(ankle),DTSen’Derrick Marks(knee), TEJulius Thomas(hand).DOUBTFUL:S Johnathan Cyprien (finger,calf), RBTobyGerhart (abdomen). QUESTION› ABLE:LBThurston Armbrister (back),TLukeJoeckel (ankle).PROBABLE:SJoshEvans(igness), WRRashad Greene (back), WRMarqiseLee(hamstring). BALTIMORERAVENS atOAKLAND RAIDERS RAVENS: OU T: T Eugene Monroe(concussion), WR BreshadPerriman(knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB RashaanMelvin (thigh), WRDarren Wager (ankle). PROB ABLE: DEChris Canty(not injury related), RB Justin Forsett(shoulder), DTTimmy Jernigan(knee), LB DarylSmith(not injuryrelated), RBLorenzo Tali› aferro(knee).RAIDERS: DUT:DTJustin Ellis (ankle), DEBensonMayowa(knee), RBJamizeOlawale(ankle QUESTI ONABLE: S Charles Woodson (shoulder. PROB ABLE: QBDerekCarr (right hand). DALLASCOWBOYS afPHILADELPHIA EAGLES COWBOYS:OUT:WRDezBryant (foot), DE RandyGregory (ankle). DOUBTFUL: GRonald Leary (groin). QUE STIONABLE: TEJames Hanna (knee). PROBABLE :QB TonyRorno(back).EAGLES:OUT: WRSeyiAjirotutu (concussion,elbow). PROBABLE:LB MarcusSmith (hamstring).



ERS —SEAHAWKS:OUT:LBMikeMorgan(hamstring). QUE STIONABLE: T Garry Giliam (rib), LB Bruce Irvin (rib), CBTharold Simon(toe), RBWil Tukuafu (foot). PROB ABLE: DEMichael Bennet (an› kle), DE DemarcusDobbs(back), RBMarshawnLynch (not injuryrelated),LBBobbyWagner(ankle). PACK› ERS: OUT:TBryanBulaga(knee).QUESTIONABLE:S MorganBurnett (calf). PRO BABLE: WRRandag Cobb (shoulder),LBJayroneE lliott (quadriceps).

America’s Line Favorite Open Current 0/U underdog NFL Sunday PANTHE RS 3 3 40’/ 2 Texans SAINTS 10 gv t 4 6 /t Bucs STEELE RS 5’Iz 6 45 49ers 3 2 43t / t VIKINGS Lions 1 1 44’ / t Patriots BILLS 2’/t 2 46 Cards BEARS -2’/t 1Vz 4 1’/t Titans BROWN S BENGA LS 3 3 47 Chargers 3 3 41’ / t REDSKIS Rams N 2 2 ’ / t 51 GIANTS Falcons Ravens 6 6 43 RAIDERS 6 6 41t / t Dolphins JAGUAR S 5 5 551 / 2 Cowboys EAGLE S 3 3 ’ A 4 8’/t PACKER S Seahawks Monday COLTS 7 7 46t/t Jets

Lake Forest, III. Yarda ge: 7,198;Par:71 Seco nd Round leade JasonDay 61-63 DanielBerger 65-64 BrendonTodd 66-63 KevinNa 65-66 JordanSpieth 65-66 JustinThom as 65-67 George McNeiff 67-65 Scott Piercy 67-65 HarrisEnglish 65-68 RoryMcllroy 68-65 DustinJohnson 71-62 RyanPalmer 67-67 HenrikStenson 71-63 BrendondeJonge 67-67 Matt Kuchar 67-67 JustinRose 70-64 NickWatney 68-66 Keegan Bradley 68-66 RyanMoore 68-67 HidekiMatsuyam a 72-63 BubbaWatson 65-70 SergioGarcia 70-65 BrianHarman 66-69 Bill Haas 68-67 J.B. Holmes 70-65 69-66 RickieFowler Brendan Steele 68-67 KevinChappel 66-69 TonyFinau 72-64 70-66 Steven Bowditch 67-69 PaulCasey 68-68 HunterMahan 72-64 Cameron Tringale PatrickReed 68-69 71-66 LouisOosthuizen 68-69 ZachJohnson 67-70 DannyLee 73-65 DavidLingmerth 72-66 Matt Jones JimmyWalker 69-69 71-67 RobertStreb 70-68 lan Poulter 68-70 Phil Mickelson 70-68 FabianGomez 74-65 James Hahn 68-72 Sean 0Hair 69-71 GaryWoodland 70-70 Zac Blair 71-69 Billy Horschel 75-65 BrooksKoepka 74-67 RusselHenl l ey 71-71 JasonBohn 74-68 RussellKnox 70-72 DanielSummerhays 72-70 KevinKisner

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Solheim Cup At St. Leon-RotGolfClub, SI. Leon-Rot,

Germany Yardage:0,535, Par:72

Europe 4, UnitedStates 2 Friday’sfoursomes PaulaCreamerandMorganPressel, UnitedSlates,def. AnnaNordqvist andSuzannPettersen,Europe,2and1. College CharleyHullandMelissa Reid, Europe,def.Brittany Today ARM Y Lincicome andMichele Wie, United States, 2and1. Wake Forest 3 6 4 9t/t 54t/t UMASS CristieKerrandLexi Thompson,United States, def. Temple 12 13 48r/t U n iv K arine Icher andAzaharaMunoz, Europe,3and2. MICHIGAN 34 34 6 4 ’ A 63Yt E MICHIGAN SandraGalandCatriona Matthew,Europe, def. Ball St MID TENN ST )A 2 0V 64 C h arlotteStacyLewisandLizette Salas, united States,3and2. 46t/t Ke n t St Friday’sfourbau MINNESO TA 2 3 2 4 63t/t Bu ffalo CarolineHedwag and Anna Nordqvist, Europe, def. FLAATLANTIC PK 1 Troy PaulaCreamerandMorganPressel, unitedStates,4and3. WISCON SIN 351/2 34 58~/t ffl i nois CharleyHullandGwladysNocera, Europe,def. Al› NCARO LINA 8 8 63~/t 32t/t 35 andAngela Stanford, unitedStates,3and2. OHIO ST 66t/t No fflinois ison Lee CristieKerrandLexi Thompson, UnitedStates, vs. Nc State 16 17t/t 59t/t OLD DOMINION OKLAHO MA 32 30’/t 7 tr/t Tuls a MelissaReidandCarlotaCiganda, Europe,agsquare susp.,darkness. SYRAC USE 5 ’/t 7 ’ / t 45 C Michigan through17, SandraGalandCarolineMasson, Europe, lead DUKE 3 3 1 /2 48 Northwestern Brittany Lang and Gerina Piler, UnitedStates, 1up TEXAS A&M 32t/t 34 64t/t Ne vada 15,susp., darkness. OREG ON 47 44’/t 72 Georgia St through Rice 5Plt NTEXAS KANSAS ST 1 1 10 50 La Tech TENNIS GEORG IA 17 16t/t 52t/t S Carolina NAVY 3 ’/t 4 ’ /t 57 E Carolina


7 7 ALABAMA 6 ’/t 7 Va Tech 5’/z 6’/z OKLAHOM AST 23t/t 26t/t MIAMI-FLA 4 3 ’/z t’A Ga Tech WASHINGTON51/2 7 TEXAS ST 2’Iz 3 Cincinnati 19 20 TOLEDO 7 7 ’/z ARKANS AS BKt 11~/t Memphis 3 3 Colorado 3 3 MARYLAN D 8’/t 7 MISSOUR I 22’/t 22 Florida 3 31 / 2 INDIANA 3 2 California 7 6 ’Iz OREGO NST 9 7 ’ / z

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Davis Cup

48r/t Au burn 52~/t Mississippi

uzbekistan 1, UnitedStafes1 48t/t P U RDUE Singles 55t/t utsa Denis Istomin,uzbekistan,def. SteveJohnson, 57r/t Nebraska unitedStates,6-1,3-6, 7-6(5), 6-7(3), 7-5. 55 NOTRE DAME JackSock,UnitedStates, def. FarrukhDustov, Uz› 44tyt utah St bekistan,7-5, 6-3,6-2. 66tyt S o Miss

60t/t MIAMI-OHIO 58t/t iowa St

WTA Tour

70’/t Texas Tech 79 BOWLGR EEN

JapanWomen’s Open Friday atTokyo 57 ColoradoSt Quarlerlinals 5tt/t SFlorida YaninaWickmayer, Belgium, def. Kateryna Bonda› 41’/t Connecticut renko,Ukraine,3-6,6-3, 6-4. 52’/t KENTUCKY Ajla Tomljanovic(7), Croatia, def.MadisonBrengle 7ttyt W Kentucky tedStates,1-6,6-3, 6-4. 57r/t TE X AS (3),Muni agdaLinette, Poland,def. HsiehSu-wei, Taiwan, 49t/t San JoseSt 6-3, 6-3.

66~/t Smu ChristinaMcHale(6), unitedStates,def. Zheng 6ttyt N MEXICO ST Saisai,China,2-6,6-3, 6-3. 45t/t Ru tgers 46t/t S Alabama Coupe BanqueNationale

50’/t 47

S t anford Pi t tsburgh

Friday atQuebecCity Guarlerlinals

54t/t A i r Force JelenaOstapenko,Latvia, def. PaulaKania, Poland, 64t/t W yoming 6-0, 6-1.

60 Byu 54’/t FRESNO ST


MirjanaLucic-Baroni(2), Croatia, def.Samantha Crawford,UnitedStates, 4-6,6-4, 6-1. NaomiBroady,Britain, def. AnnaTatishvili, united States,3-6, 7-5,6-3.

AnnikaBeck(5), Germany, def. LucieHradecka (4),

CzechRepublic, 6-0,6-3.





W L T Pts GF GA N ew England 1 3 9 7 46 4 3 3 8 NewYork 13 8 6 4 5 47 32 D .C.united 13 10 6 4 5 3 6 3 5 Columbus 12 9 8 4 4 47 48 TorontoFC 11 13 4 37 46 49 Montreal 9 11 6 3 3 3 5 3 8 O rlando Cit y 8 13 8 32 3 6 5 1

BASEBAL L COMMISSI ONER' S OFFICE— Reducedthesuspension ofCincinnati 18JoeyVotto fromtwogames to one. AmeucanLeague HOUSTONASTROS— Reinstated0JasonCastro from the15-day DL. NationalLeague NewYorkcityFC 8 1 4 7 3 1 41 48 LOSANGELESDODGERS— ReinstatedINFHowie P hiladelphia 8 15 6 30 3 6 4 7 Kendrickfromthe15-day DL Chicago 7 15 6 2 7 3 6 4 5 FOOTBA LL WesternConference NationalFootballLeague W L T Pts GF GA NFL FinedAtlantaS Wiliam Moore$23,152 Vancouver 15 10 3 48 40 28 and Dallas DLJeremyMincey, ClevelandRBIsaiah FC Daga s 1 4 9 5 4 7 4 1 3 4 CrowegandCincinnati DECarlos Dunlap$8,681 for L os Angele s 13 8 8 47 4 9 3 3 their actions during lastweek’s games. Sporting KansasCity 12 8 8 4 4 44 39 INDIANAPOLI S COLTS — Placed CB D'Joun Seattle 13 13 3 42 35 32 Smith on inj uredreserve-designatedfor return. Re› Portland 1 1 9 8 4 1 2 9 3 2 leased GRobert Myersfromthepracticesquad.Signed SanJose 11 11 7 40 35 33 CB EricPatersonfromthepractice squadandGDavid Houston 9 11 8 3 5 36 37 Arkin andCBBrandonDixontothe practicesquad. R eal SaltLake 9 11 8 35 3 2 4 1 NEW ENGLANDPATRIOTS— ReleasedWR NaColorado 8 10 10 34 26 30 than Palmerfrom the practice squad. Re-signed DL Jimmy Statento thepracticesquad. Friday’sGames HOCKEY SportingKansasCity 3, FCDallas1 NationalHockeyLeague Today’sGam es ARIZONA COYOTES SignedDStefanEliott to a ColoradoatTorontoFC,11 a.m. one-year,two-waycontract. Seattle atVancouver,4 p.m. NEW Y O R KISLANDERS Agreedtotermswith D SanJoseatNewYorkCityFC,4p.m. MarekZidlicky onaone-yearcontract. ColumbusatD.C.United, 4 p.m. SOCCER NewEnglandatMontreal, 5 p.m. MajorLeagueSoccer OrlandoCityatChicago, 5:30p.m. MLS —SuspendedTorontoFC DAhmedKantari Los AngelesatRealSalt Lake,6:30p.m. one game for violent conductthatendangeredthesafe› Sunday’sGames tyofanopponent.FinedNewEnglandM LeeNguyen NewYorkatPortland, 2 p.m. an undisclosed amountfor simulation. Houstonat Philadelphia, 4p.m. COLLEG E BAYLOR Dismissedjunior TETre’VonArmstead for anunspecifiedviolationofteamrules. BASKETBALL NJIT Promoted Lenny Kaplanto assistant vice president/directorof athletics.

WNBA playoffs

WOMEN'S NATIONALBASKETBAllASSOCIATION All TimesPDT CONFERENCESEMIFINALS Friday’sGames Washin gton85,NewYork83,20T,Washingtonleads series1-0 Minnes ota 67,Los Angeles 65,Minnesota leads series1-0

Today’sGam es

Chicago at Indiana,4 p.m.,Chicagoleadsseries1-0 PhoenixatTulsa,6 p.m.,Phoenix leadsseries 1-0

Sunday’sGames New YorkatWashington,10a.m. Minnes otaatLosAngeles,noon Monday’sGames x-IndianaatChicago, 5p.m. x-Tul saatPhoeni x,7p.m.

FISH COUNT upstreamdaily movement of adult chinookjack chinook,steelheadandwild steelheadat selectedCo› lumbia Riverdamslast updatedThursday. Chnk Jchnk Sflhd Wstlhd B onneville 23,956 1,875 2,074 5 6 9 The Daffes 17,698 3,266 3,581 1,013 John Day 15,329 2,133 4,452 1,610 M c Nary 16,423 2,383 3,685 8 5 9 Upstream year-to-date movement ofadult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadand wild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedThursday. Chnk Jchnk Sflhd Wstlhd Bonneville 1,016,829 78,738 232,736 86,904 The Daffes 681,192 72,492 149,653 55,149 John Day 555,831 48,869 106,700 38,157 Mc Nary 465,865 37,323 89,839 31,883



OR LEAGUE BASEBALL Athletics 4,Astros3


Toronto NewYork Baltimore Tampa Bay Boston Kansas City Minnesota

Cle veland Chicago Detroit

Texas Houston Los Angeles Seattle Oakland

East Division W L 85 62 80 66 72 75 71 76 69 77

CentralDivision W L 86 61 75 71 73 73 69 77 68 78

West Division

W L 79 68 77 71 74 72 72 76 64 84

Pct GB .578 .548 4’/r .490 13 .483 14 .473 15’/r Pct GB .585 .514 10’/2 500 12r/r .473 16’/z .466 tP/2

St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago Cincinnati Milwaukee Los Angeles SanFrancisco Arizona SanDiego


NATIONALLEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB 84 63 .571 76 64 58 56

71 84 90 92


W L 92 55 87 60 86 61 62 84 62 85

West Division W L

85 61 77 70 70 77 69 79 62 85

HOUSTON — Danny Valencia homered twice, including a go› ahead two-run shot in the eighth inning, to help Oakland to avictory that sent scuffling Houston to its fifth straight loss. The recent skid has allowed first-place Texasmove 2i/a gamesahead of theAstros in the AL West. Oakland


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CHICAGO Starlin Castro matched his career high with six RBls, hitting a tiebreaking, two› run homer in the fifth and athree› run drive in the sixth to lead the Chicago CubsoverSt. Louis for its fourth straight win. Castro went


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Blue Jays6, RedSox1 TORONTO Marcus Stroman pitched seven innings to win his first home start in more than a year, Justin Smoakhadtwo RBls and Toronto beat Boston. Blue Jays DHEdwinEncarnacion went O-for-4, ending a club record of reaching basesafely in 44 consec› utive games.


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Friday’sGames Chicago Dubs8, St.Louis 3 Washington 5, Miami4, 10innings N.Y.Mets5, N.Y.Yankees1 Atlanta 2, Philadelphia1 Cincinnati5, Milwaukee3 Colorado 7, SanDiego4 LA. Dodgers 6, Pittsburgh2 Arizona 2,SanFrancisco 0 Today’sGam es N.Y.Yankees(Pineda10-8) at N.Y.Mets(Syndergaard 8-6), 10:05a.m. St. Louis(Wa cha165) atChicagoCubs (TWood5-4), 10:05a.m. Arizona (Corbin 5-4)at SanFrancisco (Leake10-8), 1:05 p.m. Miami (Nicolino3-3) at Washington(Zimmermann 12-8), 1:05p.m. Cincinnati(Jos.Smith0-2) at Milwaukee(Jungmann 9-6), 4:10 p.m. Philadelphia(Eickhoff1-3) at Atlanta(Weber 0-1), 4:10 p.m. San Diego (Erlin 0-0)at Colorado(Flande3-3), 5:10 p.m. Pittsburgh(Liriano 10-7)at LA. Dodgers(Kershaw 14-6), 6:10 p.m. Sunday’sGames Miami atWashington, 10:35a.m. PhiladelphiaatAtlanta, 10:35a.m. Cincinnatiat Milwaukee,11:10a.m. St. LouisatChicagoCubs, 11:20a.m. Arizona at SanFrancisco, 1:05p.m. PittsburghatL.A.Dodgers, 1:10p.m. SanDiegoatColorado,1:10p.m. N.Y.Yankeesat N.Y. Mets, 5:05p.m.


Tigers 5, Royals 4(12 innings) DETROIT — Dixon Machado's bases-loaded single in the 12th in› ning lifted Detroit to a victory over KansasCity.TheRoyalstooka4-3 lead in the top of the 12th against Drew VerHagen.

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Reds 5, Brewers 3

St. Louis

Valencia2(16), Carter(19). SB Marisnick (20).S› Springer.SF Lowrie. Oakland Doubront 6 5 Pomeranz W,5-5 1 0 Dull S,1-1 2 0 Houston Fiers 6 5 W.HarrisH,9 1 1 NeshekL,3-6BS,2-3 2-3 4 2 J.Fields 11-3 0 WP Doubront. T 3:13. A 27,567(41,574).

Cnbs B,Cardinals3

Brandon Finneganallowed just one run in five innings to win his first major leaguestart, and Jay Bruce’s solo home runsnapped a tie as Cincinnati beat Milwaukee. Finnegan (1-0), the prize prospect 3-for-3 with a walk in the third in the trade that sent JohnnyCueto multihomer game of his career. He to the KansasCity Royals, allowed put the Cubsahead 5-3 in the fifth three hits and two walks while with his drive off Seth Maness striking out four on 75 pitches. (4-2), then connected off Steve Cincinnati Milwaukee Cishek in the sixth for his 10th ab r hbi ab r hbi homer this season. Castro also Bourgscf-If 5 1 1 1 Segurass 5 0 0 0 Schmkrlf 4 1 2 0 HPerez3b 3000 had six RBls against Cincinnati on Lecurep 0 0 0 0 Gennettph-2b1 000 May 7, 2010. MParrp 0 0 0 0 Ashleyph 1 0 0 0

Houston ab r hbi ab r hbi Fuldcf-If 5 0 0 0 Altuve2b 3 2 1 0 Pct GB Canhalf-1b 5 1 1 0 Springrrf 3 0 1 0 Reddckrf 4 1 1 1 Correass 4 0 0 0 .537 Valenci3b 3 2 3 3 Lowrie3b 3 0 1 2 520 2’/r 507 41/2 Lawrie2b 4 0 1 0 Gattisdh 4 0 0 0 .486 7’/r BButlerdh 4 0 1 0 CIRsmslf 3 0 0 0 .432 15’/r Gentrypr-dh 0 0 0 0 Carter1b 3 1 1 1 Muncy1b 2 0 0 0 Tuckerph 1 0 0 0 Burnsph-cf 2 0 1 0 Mrsnckcf 3 0 1 0 Semien ss 4 0 1 0 Jcastro c 3 0 0 0 B lair c 4 0 1 0 Totals 37 4 10 4 Totals 3 0 3 5 3 Oakland 0 00 200 820 4 Houston 111 000 800 3 LOB Oakland7, Houston 4. HR Reddick (19),

Friday’sGames Toronto6, Boston1 Detroit 5,KansasCity 4,12innings Tampa Bay8, Baltimore 6 Cleveland12,ChicagoWhite Sox1 N.Y.Mets5, N.Y.Yankees1 Seattle 3, Texas1 Oakland 4, Houston3 LA. Angelat s Minnesota,ppd., rain Today’sGam es N.Y.Yankees(Pineda10-8) at N.Y.Mets(Syndergaard 8-6), 10:05a.m. LA. Angels(Heaney 6-3) at Minnesota (Gibson 10› 10),10:10a.m.,1stgame Boston(Miley11-10) atToronto (Dickey10-11), 1:07 p.m. Baltimore(W.chen9-7) at TampaBay(E.Ramirez 10› 5), 3:10p.m. KansasCity (Volquez13-8) at Detroit (Boyd1-5), 4;08 p.m. ChicagoWhiteSox (Rodon7-6) atCleveland(Carras› co 13-10),4:10p.m. LA. Angels(Richards13-11)at Minnesota(Pelfrey 6-9), 4:10p.m., 2ndgame Oakland(S.Gray13-7) at Houston (Kazmir 7-10), 4:10 p.m. Seattle(Nuno1-2)atTexas (Hamels3-1), 5:05p.m. Sunday’sGames Bostonat Toronto, 10:07a.m. Kansas CityatDetroit,10:08 a.m. BaltimoreatTampaBay, 1010 am. ChicagoWhiteSoxat Cleveland, 10:10a.m. L.A. Angelat s Minnesota,11;10a.m. OaklandatHouston, 11:10a.m. Seattle atTexas, 12:05p.m. N.Y.Yankeesat N.Y. Mets, 5:05p.m.

NewYork Washington Miami Atlanta Philadelphia


Rays 8, Orioles6

Diamondbacks 2,Giants0

ST. PETERSBURG,Fla Grady Sizemore hit a three-run double during a six-run fifth inning and Tampa Baybeat Baltimore.

SAN FRANCISCO Rubby DeLa Rosa pitched into the sixth inning to outduel Madison Bumgarner, and Arizona beatSanFrancisco.

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York Mets to avictory in the open› er of the SubwaySeries. Rookie Steven Matz (4-0) outpitched Ma› sahiro Tanaka(12-7), and Familia escapedhi sownbases-loadedjam by striking ChaseHeadley to end it. NewYork(A) N e w York (N) ab r hbi ab r hbi Gardnrcf-If 4 1 1 0 Grndrsrf 4 0 0 0 Headly3b 5 0 1 0 Cespdscf-If 4 0 0 0 Beltranrf 4 0 1 0 DnMrp2b 4 1 2 1 CYounglf 2 0 1 1 YongJrpr 0 1 0 0 Shrevep 0 0 0 0 Teiadass 0 0 0 0 BMccnph 1 0 0 0 DWrght3b 3 0 2 0 Pinderp 0 0 0 0 Duda1b 4 1 2 1 Pazosp 0 0 0 0 TdArndc 4 0 0 0 ABailyp 0 0 0 0 Confortlf 2 0 0 0 Bird1b 4 0 1 0 Cuddyrph 1 0 0 0 JMrphyc 3 0 0 0 A.Reed p 0 0 0 0 A ckleyph 1 0 1 0 Familip 0 0 0 0

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Arizona San Francisco Baltimore TampaBay ab r hbi ab r hbi ab r hbi ab r hbi R eimlddh 4 0 0 0 Jasodh 3 1 1 0 Pollock cf 4 1 2 0 Pagan cf 2 0 0 0 Inciartrf 4 0 0 0 DeAzalf 3 0 0 0 MMchd3b 3 0 00 Shaff erph-dh 1 0 0 0 y3b 4 0 1 0 C.Davis1b 2 0 0 0 Mahtokcf-If 5 1 5 0 Gldsch1b 2 1 2 0MDuff KansasCity Detroit Wcastgc 4 0 0 1 Poseyc 3 0 1 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi A.Jonescf 4 0 0 0 Longori3b 4 1 0 0 Schoop2b 4 1 1 0 Sizemrlf 4 1 2 3 A .Hill2b 3 0 0 0 Belt1b 3 0 0 0 A Gordnlf 4 0 0 0 Gosecf 5 2 2 0 Pearcelf 3 3 2 3 Kiermrcf 0 0 0 0 Owings2b 1 0 0 0 Noonan1b 1 0 0 0 Mostks3b 5 0 00 Kinsler2b 6 2 4 0 IP H R E R BBSO Joseph c 3 1 1 0 SouzJrrf 3 1 0 0 T omaslf 3 0 1 0 Byrdrf 4000 KMorlsdh 5 0 1 0 Micarr1b 4 0 2 2 NewYork(A) DPerltlf 1 0 0 0 BCrwfrss 3 0 0 0 Hosmer1b 5 1 2 0 RDavispr 0 1 0 0 JHardy ss 4 1 1 3 Loney 1b 3 1 1 2 T anaka L, 1 2-7 6 5 2 2 0 4 Drury3b 3 0 0 0 Tmlnsn2b 2 0 0 0 S.Perezc 5 1 3 2 JMrtnzrf 4 0 1 0 DrAlvr rf 3 0 0 0 Arencii c 4 1 1 0 Shreve 1 2 2 2 0 1 JaLamph-3b 1 0 0 0 Bmgrnp 2 0 0 0 Gorepr 0 1 0 0 VMrtnzdh 5 0 1 1 Frnkln2b 4 0 2 1 Pinder 1-3 1 1 1 1 0 Ahmedss 3 0 0 0 JrPrkrph 1 0 0 0 Buterac 0 0 0 0 Tycllnslf 4 0 0 1 TBckh ss 4 1 1 2 Pazos 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 RDLRsp 2 0 0 0 Gearrinp 0 0 0 0 Riosrf 4 1 1 0 JMarte3b 4 0 0 0 Totals 30 6 5 6 Totals 3 5 8 138 A.Bai l ey 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 JDysonpr -cf0 0 0 0 JoWilsn3b 0 0 0 0 B altimore 830 8 0 2 881 6 C hafinp 0 0 0 0 Affeldtp 0 0 0 0 New York (N) Delgadp 0 0 0 0 Kontosp 0 0 0 0 Infante2b 2 0 0 0 Cstllnsph 1 0 0 0 Tampa Bay 8 2 0 8 6 0 ggx 8 MatzW,4-0 6 7 1 1 1 4 Zobrist2b 2 0 0 0 DMchdss 1 0 1 1 DP Baltimore 2, TampaBay1. LDB Baltimore O’Brien ph 0 0 0 0 RobicsH,10 1 0 0 0 0 2 Orlandcf-rf 5 0 1 2 JMccnc 5 0 1 0 2, Tampa Bay 7. 28 Mahtook 2 (5), Sizemore (8), B ritopr 0 0 0 0 A.Reed H, 1 2 Twooutswhenwinning runscored. 1 0 0 0 0 2 AEscorss 3 0 0 0 AnRmnss-3b 5 0 1 0 Loney(16),Franklin(4). HR Pearce2(13), J.Hardy DHdsnp 0 0 0 0 E R e ndon (3), Ha rper (7). DP M iam i 1. L O B › Fami l ia 1 2 0 0 1 1 Zieglerp 0 0 0 0 C.colonss 1 0 0 0 (8), TBeckham(9). CS M.Machado(7). W P P az os . Miami 7, Washi n gton 10. 28 O z una (25), Roi a s Totals 3 1 2 5 1 Totals 2 8 0 2 0 Totals 4 1 4 8 4 Totals 4 45 135 IP H R E R BBSO Wild Card Arizona ggg 882 Ogg 2 2 (7), Werth(15). HR Yelich (7), C.Robinson(8). T 2:56. A 43,602(41,922). Kansas City 800 818 002 001 4 Baltimore AMERICANLEAGUE SanFrancisco ggg ggg Ogg 8 CS Yelich (4). S Fernandez.SF D.Gordon, Des› 100 g g g 028 002 5 T.WilsonL,2-2 4 1 - 3 8 6 6 2 W L PotWCGB Detroit E DeAza (1). DP San Francisco 1. LDB Ar› mond,Lobaton. 2-3 2 2 2 1 0 Twooutswhenwinningrunscored. Roe Leaders NewYork 80 66 .548 IP H R E R BBSO E W.Davis (1). LOB Kansas City 5, Detroit McFarland 0 1 0 0 1 0 izona 5,SanFrancisco6. 28 Goldschmidt (35). Houston 77 71 .520 38 Tomas(3). CS Tomlinson(2). Miami AMERICAN LEAGUE 12. 28 Orlando (13), Gose(22), Mi.Cabrera(28). Givens 2 0 0 0 0 3 Minnesota 75 71 .514 1 52-3 5 2 2 2 8 IP H R E R BBSO Fernande z BATTINGMicabrera, Detroit, .337; Bogaerts, HR S.Perez (20). SB Gore (3), Rios(9). CS A. Drake 1 2 0 0 0 2 Los Angeles 74 72 .507 2 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 2 Arizona Narveson Boston,.321;Brantley,Cleveland,.316; Fielder,Tex› Gordon(5), J.Dyson(3), J.Martinez (2). S J.Dyson. TampaBay Cle 73 73 .500 3 veland 4 5 urenaBS,1-1 2 - 3 2 2 2 2 1 as, .311;Altuve,Houston, .311;Ncruz, Seattle, .310; SF Mi.cabrera,VMartinez. SmylyW,3-2 52- 3 4 5 5 3 6 R.DeLaRosaW,13-8 5 2-3 1 0 0 Baltimore 72 75 .490 4’/2 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Lazo Lcain,KansasCity, .308. Chafin H,1 1 IP H R E R BBSO B.Gomes H,15 1 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 RUNS Donaldson, Toronto, 110; Bautista,To› 0 0 0 0 3 EllingtonL,1-1 2 - 3 KansasCity GeltzH,20 1 0 0 0 1 0 DelgadoH,11 1 NATIONALLEAGUE ronto,100;Dozier,Minnesota, 97;Lcain, KansasCity, 0 0 0 0 1 Washington BoxbergerS,35-41 1 1 1 1 0 1 D.HudsonH,16 1 W L PotWCGB Cueto Scherzer 7 5 2 2 3 6 95; Trout,LosAngeles,93;Gardner,NewYork, 90; ZieglerS,27-29 1 1 0 0 0 2 W.Davis McFarland pitchedto2 batters inthe6th. Pittsburgh 87 60 .592 Rivero 1-3 2 1 1 0 1 Kinsler,Detroit,90;MMachado, Baltimore, 90. San Francisco K.Herrera HBP bySm yly (Peacre). Chicago 86 61 .585 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 RBI Donaldson, Toronto, 120; CDavis, Balti› BumgarnerL,18-8 8 5 2 1 3 7 Treinen Madson T 2:51.A 10,697 (31,042). 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 PapelbonBS,2-25 1 1 1 0 0 2 more,107;Bautista, Toronto,102;KMorales, Kansas Gearrin Hochevar Thornton 1 -3 1 0 0 0 0 City, 101;Encarnacion,Toronto, 100;Ortiz, Boston, Affeldt 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 G.HollandL,3-2 American League 0 0 0 0 1 97; JMartinez,Detroit, 96. National League Kontos 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 JanssenW,2-5 2 - 3 Detroit HBP byFernandez(Werth). WP Fernandez2, Ure› HITS Altuve, Houston, 179; Bogae rts, Boston, HBP byR.DeLa Rosa(Pagan). Verlander 82-3 5 2 2 1 7 Mariners 3, Rangers1 na, Scherzer.PB Realmuto. 176; Kinsler,Detroit, 176;Donaldson,Toronto, 173; 4 T 2:56. A 41,346(41,915). A.WilsonBS,2-4 1-3 2 1 1 0 0 Rockies 7, Padres T 3:22. A 27,49 5 (41, 3 41). F ielder, Texas, 172; Ncruz, Se a t l e , 167; MMachado, N.Feliz 2 0 0 0 0 1 ARLINGTON, Texas— Ketel Baltimore,166. VerHagenW,2-0 1 1 1 1 1 0 DENVER Chad Bettis escaped Dodgers 6, Pirates 2 DOUBLESBrantley, Cleveland, 44; KMorales, Cuetopitchedto 1bater inthe8th. Marte grounded atwo-run dou› Braves 2, Phillies1 KansasCity, 41; Donaldson, Toronto, 39; Kipnis, jam after jam over five solid HBP byN.Feliz (A.Escobar). ble on a playthat led to an early Clevel and,38; Betts,Boston,36;Dozier,Minnesota, T 4:09. A 32,926(41,574). innings, Dustin Garneauhit a two› LOS ANGELES Zack Greinke ATLANTA Cameron Maybin 35; Cano,Seattle, 34; Kinslerr Detroit, 34. ejection of TexasmanagerJeff posted his career-high 18th victo› run double andColorado beat San TRIPLES ER osario, Minnesota,13; Kiermaier, drove in the go-ahead run in the Banister, and Seattle cooled off indians12, WhiteSox1 TampaBay,12; RDavis, Detroit, 9; DeShields,Texas, ry, rookie sensation CoreySeager Diego. fourth inning and Atlanta beat the AL West-leading Rangers. The 9; Eaton,Chicago,9;Gatis, Houston, 9. hit a two-run homer andAdrian HOMERUNS Ncruz, Seattle, 42;CDavis, Balti› CLEVELAND Carlos Santana’s Rangers had afive-game winning San Diego Colorado Gonzalez doubled home two more Philadelphia in amatchup of the more,42;Donaldson, Toronto, 39;Trout, LosAngeles, ab r hbi ab r hbi two worst teams in the majors. grand slam capped a si x -run third streak snapped, anight after fin› 38; JMartinez,Detroit, 37;Bautista,Toronto, 35;Ortiz, to lead the LosAngeles Dodgers Myers1b 5 2 2 1 Blckmncf 3 1 0 0 inning off Chicagoace Chris Sale Boston ,35;Pulols,LosAngeles,35. ishing off a four-gamesweepof Solarte3b 5 0 1 0 Reyesss 4 0 1 2 to a victory over Pittsburgh. Philadelphia Atlanta STOLENBASES Altuve, Houston, 37; Lcain, and Clevelanddefeatedthe White Kemprf 4 0 0 0 CGnzlzrf 4 0 0 0 Houston. ab r hbi ab r hbi K ansas City,27;Burns,Oakl and,26;JDyson,Kansas Uptonlf 4 1 1 1 Arenad3b 4 2 3 1 Pittsburgh Sox. CodyAnderson (5-3) allowed LosAngeles Galvis ss 5 0 0 0 Markks rf 4 1 1 0 City ,25;DeShields,Texas,23;Andrus,Texas,20; Gyorkoss 4 0 0 0 Mornea1b 3 0 2 0 ab r h bi ab r h bi Altherrlf 4 0 0 0 Dcastr2b 4 0 0 0 Seattle Texas one run MelkyCabrera’s fifth-in› UptnJrcf 4 1 3 0 LeMahi2b 3 1 0 0 G Polncrf 4 0 0 0 Rugginlf 3 1 2 1 DHerrrcf 5 0 2 0 FFrmn1b 3 1 2 0 Gose,Detroit, 20;Marisnick, Houston,20. ab r hbi ab r hbi ning homer in 6N innings. DeNrrsc 3 0 0 0 CDckrslf 3 1 1 1 KMartess 4 1 2 2 DShldscf 5 1 1 0 SMartelf 4 0 1 1 Ethierph-rf 0 0 0 0 Ruf1b 5 0 1 0 AdGarclf 1 0 1 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Spngnr2b 3 0 1 1 BBarnslf 1 0 0 0 K Seagr3b 4 0 2 1 Choo rf 4 0 3 0 McCtchcf 4 0 1 0 utley2b 3 1 0 0 A Blanc2b-3b 4 0 1 0 Bournlf 2 0 0 0 BATTINGHarper, Washington, .340; DGo rdon, Kenndyp 1 0 0 0 Garneac 4 1 2 2 N.cruzdh 3 0 1 0 Beltre3b 1 0 1 0 Chicago Cleveland ArRmr3b 3 0 0 0 JuTrnr3b 3 0 1 0 Asche3b 2 0 0 0 Maybincf 3 0 1 1 Miami, .333;Posey,SanFrancisco,.328;YEscobar, DMallypr-dh 0 0 0 0 Fielderdh 3 0 0 1 ab r hbi ab r hbi A Dckrsph 1 0 0 0 Bettisp 2 0 0 0 NWalkr2b 4 1 2 1 AGnzlz1b 4 0 1 2 Sweenyph-2bg 0 0 0 ASmnsss 3 0 0 0 Washington,.318; Goldschm idt, Arizona,.318;Pol› JJcksnp 0 0 0 0 Obergp 0 0 0 0 Cano2b 4 0 1 0 Strsrgrpr-dh 0 0 0 0 Eatoncf 4 0 1 0 Lindorss 5 2 3 1 P Alvrz1b 4 0 0 0 Egisc 3110 Ruppc 3 1 1 1 Dlivera3b 3 0 1 0 lock, Arizona,.316;Voto, Cincinnati, .313. Rzpczyp 0 0 0 0 JMillerp 0 0 0 0 T rumorf 3 0 2 0 Napolilf 2 0 0 0 AIRmrzss 3 0 00 Aviles3b 5 2 2 2 Mercerss 3 0 0 0 CSeagrss 4 1 1 2 Bogsvcrf 2 0 1 0 Bthncrtc 3 0 1 0 RUNS Harper,Washington,112; Pollock,Arizo› Vincent p 0 0 0 0 Descals ph 0 1 0 0 J.Jonespr-cf 1 0 0 0 Venalelf 1 0 0 0 Abreu1b 4 0 1 0 Brantlylf 5 1 3 2 Sniderph 1 0 0 0 Heiseyrf-If 3 0 0 0 Francrph-rf 1 0 0 0 WPerezp 2 0 0 0 na, 99;Fowler,Chicago, 95;Goldschmidt, Arizona,91; Amarstph 1 0 0 0 Ja.Diazp 0 0 0 0 S.Smithlf-rf 4 0 0 0 Morlnd1b 3 0 0 0 Mecarrdh 4 1 1 1 Mrtnzpr-If 0 1 0 0 Stewartc 3 1 2 0 Pedrsncf 4 1 1 0 Morgan p 1 0 0 0 Cunniff p 0 0 0 0 Votto, Cincinnati,91;Arenado, Colorado,89; Mcar› Edwrdsp 0 0 0 0 Adamsph 1 0 0 0 Morrsn1b 3 1 0 0 Andrusss 4 0 1 0 TrThmlf 4 0 1 0 Raburnrf 3 1 1 0 I shikawph 1 0 0 0 Greinkp 2 1 2 0 CdArndph 1 0 1 0 McKrhp 0 0 0 0 penter,St. Louis,88;Granderson,NewYork,88. A xfordp 0 0 0 0 L ocke p 2 0 0 0 Avilanp 0 0 0 0 B Migercf-If 4 1 2 0 Odor2b 4 0 0 0 AvGarcrf 3 0 0 0 Chsnhllpr-rf 0 0 0 1 Hinoi osp 0 0 0 0 Moylanp 0 0 0 0 RBI Arenado, Colorado,112;Goldschmidt, Ar› Totals 35 4 8 3 Totals 3 2 7 9 6 Baronc 3 0 0 0 BWilsnc 3 0 0 0 Olt3b 3 0 0 0 CSantn1b 4 1 1 4 Caminrp 0 0 0 0 Hatchrp 0 0 0 0 Ruizph 1 0 0 0 Mrksryp 0 0 0 0 izona, 100;Kemp,SanDiego, 97; Bryant, Chicago, S an Diego 8 0 1 8 0 0 128 4 Morseph 0 0 0 0 Jansenp 0 0 0 0 Sucrec 0 0 0 0 JHmltnph 1 0 0 0 CSnchz2b 3 0 1 0 Sands1b 0 0 0 0 Przyns ph 1 0 0 0 93; Mccutchen,Pittsburgh,93; Rizzo,Chicago,93; Colorado 831 8 0 0 3gx 7 Totals 3 3 3 103 Totals 3 1 1 6 1 Flowrsc 4 0 0 0 CJhnsndh 4 0 1 2 LFrmsp 0 0 0 0 Vizcain p 0 0 0 0 Harper,Washington, 92. E Spangenberg (3), Ca.Gonzalez (7), Blackm on Totals 33 2 6 2 Totals 2 9 6 9 5 Seattle 088 Ogg 000 8 Totals 3 4 1 7 1 Totals 2 92 7 2 HITS DGordon, Miami, 185; Pollock,Arizona, AAlmntcf 5 0 0 0 Texas Ogg 018 000 1 RPerezc 3 2 2 0 (3). DP San Diego 1. LOB San Diego 9, Colo› Pittsburgh g g g 1 gg 018 2 Philadelphia 01 8 Ogg 000 1 174; MarkakisAtl , anta, 169;Posey,SanFrancisco, rado 5. 28 Solarte (31), uptonJr. 2 (8), Morneau Los Angeles 118 2gg 2gx 8 2 E Morrison (4). DP Seattle 2, Texas4. LOB› JRmrz2b 3 2 0 0 Atlanta tgg tgg Ogx 166;Goldschm idt, Arizona,164;Harper, Washington, Seattle 5, Texas9. 28 K.Marte2(12), B.Miler (21). Totals 32 1 5 1 Totals 3 7 12 1312 (8), Garneau (3). 38 Morneau (2). HR Myers (8). E Stewart (9). LOB Pittsburgh 6, LosAngeles E Olivera (2). DP Atlanta 1. LDB Philadel› 162; Arenado,Colorado, 161. IP H R E R BBSO Chicago 5. 28 Mccutchen (34), A.Gonzalez (32), Greinke phia 12,Atlanta3. 28 F.Freeman (25), Ad.Garcia DOUBLE S Frazier, Cincinnati, 41; Mcarpenter, 0 00 010 800 1 SB Arenado(2). S Kennedy, Descalso. IP H R E R BBSO (2). HR N.Walker (14), C.Seager (2), SB Rug› (10), Bethancourt(8). HR Rupp (9). SB Maybin St. Louis,38;Markakis, Atlanta,37;Arenado, Colo› Seattle Cleveland 006 0 0 0 1 6x 12 4 1-3 6 1 1 4 6 E S a l e (1), C. S an che z (5), Avi l e s (9). DP C hi› Ban Diego Paxton giano(1), utley(4). CS Ju.Turner (2), Heisey(1). (22). CS Bethancourt (1). S Morgan. rado,36;Goldschmidt, Arizona,35; Pollock, Arizona, FarquharW,1-4 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 cago 1,Cleveland1. LOB Chicago 9, Cleveland 7. KennedyL,8-15 6 6 4 3 1 5 S Greinke. IP H R E R BBSO 35; Rizzo,Chicago,35. 0 1 1 1 0 0 IP H R E R BBSO Philadelphia TRIPLES DPeralta, Arizona,9; Blackmon, Col› KensingH,B 2 3- 0 0 0 0 0 28 TrThompson (6). HR Me.cabrera(11), Lindor J.Jackson 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 (10),C.S Rzepczynski 2-3 1 2 2 1 0 Pittsburgh MorganL,5-7 6 6 2 2 0 3 orado, 8; Fowler,Chicago,8; DGordon, Miami, 8; Elias H,1 antana (16). Vincent 1 -3 1 0 0 1 0 Ca.SmithH,20 1 0 0 0 1 1 IP H R E R BBSO LockeL,8-11 6 1 - 3 8 5 4 2 4 Hinoiosa 2 1 0 0 0 2 Grichuk,St.Louis, 7;8tied at6. Edwards 1 0 0 0 0 3 Caminero 2-3 1 1 1 2 0 Atlanta WilhelmsenS,12-12 1 0 0 0 0 2 Chicago HOME RUNS Harper,Washington,40;Arenado, Colorado Texas Sale L,12-10 7 8 7 1 3 9 LaFrombois e 1 0 0 0 0 2 W.PerezW,6-6 5 2-3 6 1 1 1 6 Colorado,39;CaGonzalez,Colorado,37; Frazier, Cin› 1-3 3 4 4 1 0 Bettis WB-5 5 4 1 1 1 6 LosAngeles GallardoL,12-11 5 8 3 3 2 4 D.Webb Cunniff 0 0 0 0 1 0 cinnati, 34;Rizzo,Chicago, 30;Goldschmidt, Arizona, 1 1 0 0 0 1 GreinkeW,18-3 7 Faulkner 2 1 0 0 0 1 Da.Jennings 2 3- 2 1 1 1 1 ObergH,13 4 2 2 2 3 McKirahanH,4 1 1 0 0 1 1 28;AGonzalez,LosAngeles,27;Stanton,Miami,27; J.Miller H,6 1 1 1 1 0 2 Avilan 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Votto, Cincinnati27. Scheppers 0 1 0 0 0 0 Cleveland MoylanH,2 , 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 MarksberryH,4 1 Diekman 2 0 0 0 0 0 Co.Anderson W5-3 62-3 5 1 1 5 6 Ja Diaz 1 2 2 1 1 1 Hatcher 0 0 0 1 1 STOLENBASES BH amilton, Cincinnati, 57; Gallardopitchedto 1batter inthe6th. McAgister 11-3 0 0 0 0 1 AxfordS,24-30 1 0 0 0 1 0 Jansen 1 1 0 0 0 0 VizcainoS,5-6 1 0 0 0 1 3 DGordon,Miami,52; Blackmon, Colorado, 38;Pol› Scheppers pitchedto1 batter in the8th. R.Webb 1 0 0 0 0 0 J.Jacksonpitchedto1batter in the7th. Greinke pitchedto2 batters inthe8th. Cunniff pitched to1 batterin the6th. lock, Arizona, 35;SMarte, Pittsburgh,27;GPolanco, HBP byBettis (De.Norris). HBP byLocke(utley). HBP byCa.Smith (Moreland). WP Paxton2. HBP bySale(R.Perez). WP Vizcaino. PB Bethancourt. Pittsburgh,26;Braun, Milwaukee,24; Revere, Phila› T 3:15.A 26,727(48,114). T 2:46. A 16,149(36,856). T 3:12.A 27,303(50,398). T 2:48. A 49,529(56,000). T 2:58.A 22,525 (49,586). delphia,24;Segura, Milwaukee,24.




Day eagles on18 to set record


r us es as a e through the third quarter put

A long day for Jason Day

completing 21 of 33 passes for 238 yards while rush› ing for a 3-yard touchdown. "Our defense played really rying the ball 41 times for 273 g ames, Bend is b ack a t well," Storm coach Joe Pa› yards and three touchdowns home next Friday against dilla said. "We were able to

ended even better than it

as the Lava Bears rolled to a

keep pressure on very athlet›

the end zone for a touchdown

began, thanks to an eagle

34-16 nonleague football win Also on Friday: over previously unbeaten Ea› Redmond 41, Baker 19: gle Point. BAKER CITY Th e Pan› "Rixe was making down› thers amassed 475 yards on hill cuts all game," said Bend the ground to defeat Baker. head coach M at t C r a ven, Quarterback Bunker Parrish "turning 4-yard gains into opened the scoring with a 67› 8-yard gains." yard strike to Alani Troutman Rixe averaged just under 7 and ran for two touchdowns yards per carry and was re› as Redmond (2-1) built a 41-7 sponsible for 56 more yards of lead heading into the fourth

ic players." Sean Kent ran the ball11 times for92 yards for Summit, while Tim Meagh› er caught three passes for 61 yards. The Storm host Marist

that was followed by a two› point conversion. But Gibney

Brent Yeakey accounted for

Logan Schutte rushed for 139

ens. Santiam scored touch›

270 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 29 carries for

offense than Eagle Point had

quarter. Derek Brown had 182

the Ravens in their nonleague

downs on each of their first five possessionsbefore the Culver (2-1) got on the board

as a team. Craven also spoke yards rushing on 24 carries highly of the Bears’ offensive to lead the Panthers’ ground line and pace of play, noting, attack. Jeremy D u rham "If we were going to draw it added 98 yards, and Hunter up, this is how we wanted it." Smith ran for 60 yards and

road win. Ridgeview (2-1) had 435 yards on offense, 431 coming on the ground. In the second quarter, Yeakey scored on a 74-yard run, and later Dylan Taylor broke off a 75-yard touchdown run. The Ravens play Ashland next

yards on 13 attempts before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with an injury. Crook County opens Tri-Valley Con› ference play next Friday at Gladstone, while Sisters be›

down of the game on Culver’s

gins Sky-Em League play at

faloes were shut out for the

next possession, but the Bull› dogs were unable to muster any more scoring. Culver plays at Vernonia next Friday. Powers 64, Gilchrist 24:

second time this season. Ma›


The Associated Press LAKE FOREST, Ill.

putt at the 18th that extend› ed his lead to five shots in

the BMW Championship. He shot an 8-under 63 to set a 36-hole tournament

record at 18 under. Day’ s closest pursuers were rook› ie Daniel Berger and Bren› don Todd. Todd finished off Friday’s round of 63 by hol› ing out an 81-yard wedge shot at No. 18. Berger had a front-nine 30 in a 64.

D ay returned to t h e course early Friday to fin› ish his rain-delayed first round. With a chance to

make history he need› ed to hole a 44-yard wedge shot for eagle and a PGA Tour record-tying 59 › Day made par instead, nar› rowly missing a birdie putt and carding a 61. Also on Friday: Europe leading Solheim Cup: ST. LEON-ROT, Ger›

Bulletin staff report


fumbles, one of which Bend C o l e recovered. The Bears also Rixe shouldered a heavy load had an interception. for Bend on Friday night, car› A fter tw o s t r aight r o ad E AGLE POINT

Chase Lettenmaier com›


two touchdowns. Redmond

pleted 60 percent of his pass› hosts Hood River Valley next es for 85 yards, including a Friday. 10-yard touchdown to Austin

A shland 15,

touchdowns to lead the visit›

the Outlaws (3-0) on top 21-0. ing Honkers in the nonleague The Cowboys (2-1) got back contest. La Pine got a 1-yard in the game with 8:50 remain›

ing, when Darrien Langley recovered a blocked punt in

answered with his third scor›

t ouchdown ru n f r o m B e n Plant in the second quarter

and a 55-yard TD pass from Keny Spurlock to Chandler George in the third quarter. The Hawks (1-2) play a non› league game at Burns next Friday. Santiam 49, Culver 14: CUL› VER The Bulldogs suffered

ing run of the night, a 12-yard burst that put Sisters up 28-8 next Friday. with 6:10 to play. Gibney fin› Ridgeview 36, Hood River ished with 130 yards rushing their first loss of the season in V alley 22: HOOD RIVER › on 13 carries, and teammate a battle of previously unbeat›

S ummit 1 4: Friday at home.

Sweet Home.

S tayton 54, Madras 0 : STAYTON

The White Buf›

with a 3-yard Mack Little run.

Little got his second touch›

Powers nev›

Adye. Kyler Karpstein add› ASHLAND S u m mit fell Sisters 28, Crook County dras (0-3) begins Tri-Valley ed a touchdown for the Lava just short against Ashland, 8 : PRINEVILLE Mi t c h Conference play next Friday Bears (3-0) on a 4-yard run. tossing up a failed hail mary G ibney r u shed f o r t h r e e against visiting Estacada.

er trailed in a meeting of previously unbeaten Class

The Lava Bears also exe› cuted well on defense, forc›

Lakeview 56, La Pine 12: LA PINE The Hawks had no answer for Lakeview’s Jace

available. The Grizzlies (2-1) open Special District 2 play

Frank, who ran for seven


attempt wit h

t w o s e conds touchdown s, lifting

S i sters

left in the game to suffer its to a nonleague win. Tanner ing Eagle Point to punt sev› firstloss of the season. John Head’s 32-yard t ouchdown en times while creating four Bledsoe led Summit (2-1), strike to Tyler Head midway

IA teams. No statistics were next Friday at home against

many — CarlotaCiganda ended a long first day in the Solheim Cup with the best shot giving Europe another big boost in an al›


ready strong opening ses› sion. The Spanish player holed out for eagle from 135 yards with a 9-iron on the par-4 17th hole to pull her and English partner Melissa Reid even with Americans Cristie Kerr

Class 5A Nonconference

Crater 41, Mountain View37 Crater 7 7 14 13 41 M ountain View 1 4 14 3 6 37 MV MikeIrwin 33run(ZachEmersonkick) MV Irwin1run(Emersonkick) C GavinGilispie 42passfromMat Struck(San› toni kick) MV Irwin1run(Emersonkick) C GarretDey80passfromStruck(Santoni kick) MV Irwin3run(Emersonkick) C Gilispie66run(Santoni kick) MV FGEmerson26 C Struck18run(Santonikick) C Gilispie1run(runfailed) MV Irwin77run(runfailed) C Gilispie8run(Santoni kick)

and Lexi Thompson in the

fourball match. Play was suspended due to darkness after the shot, with Europe

leading the event 4-2. Scandinavian tie in Ita› ly: MONZA, Italy




den’s Jens Fahrbring shot an 8-under 64 for a share of the second-round lead

with Finland’s Lucas Bjer› regaard in t h e I t alian Open. Bjerregaard had a 65 to match Fahrbring at 13-under 131 at Golf Club Milano.

Harvick on pole after rainoLit The Associated Press JOLIET, Ill.

4» v. P<~~."~gk.’~ Joe Kline /The Bulletin

Mountain View’s Adam Dehm dives on a fumble in front of Crater’s Gavin Gillispie and Matt Struck in the first half Friday night at Mountain View High School.



Harvick will begin defense of his Sprint Cup cham› pionship from the pole in the opening round of NASCAR’s playoffs. Heavy rain washed out qualifying Friday at Chi› cagoland Speedway, and N AS CAR set t h e f i e l d based on speeds from the

only practice session of the day. Knowing that weath› er was likely going to be an issue, Harvick and his Stewart-Haas Racing team

focused on laying down a fast lap that they could fall back on should qualifying indeed be scratched.

It was the right play, and Harvick will lead the field to green Sunday in the first

race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Also on Friday: Rain postpones truck race: The NASCAR Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway was resched› uled for this morning after a heavy storm blew over the track late in the quali›

fying session. Kyle Larson will start from the pole in

his first Truck Series race of the season. T ommy Johnson J r . leads Funny Car qualifying: Tom› CONCORD, N.C. my Johnson Jr. took the

Funny Car qualifying lead in th e N H R A C a r olina Nationals, the first event i n t h e s i x -race N H R A Countdown to the Cham-

Cougars Continued from C1

about every single play. We’ re lispie, who was held to just 32 going our absolute hardest. rushing yards in the first half, And it’s heartbreaking when finished with 134 yards on the

The Mountain View quar- that doesn’t work."

ground and three scores›

terback did it all Friday night, M icah Hoole m ade s i x the biggest of which came late completing 23 of 36 passes catchesfor79yardsforM oun- in the contest, proving to be for 262 yards while rushing tain View, which, after scor› the game winner. "That’s definitely going to for an absurd 256 yards and ing on the game’s opening five touchdowns. In all, Irwin drive, led the entire night until get to a team," Irwin said of accounted for 518 of the Cou› two Gillispie touchdowns› the defeat. "That’s the best gars’ 592 yards of offense, one early in the fourth quarter we’ ve played all season. Them leading the reigning Inter› that put Crater ahead 34-31, coming back and scoring defi› mountain Conference cham› and the last that provided the nitely put a little damper on pions to within two minutes of their first win of the season. "I think it f i nally d icked for me," Irwin said. "I think I’ ve been stressed too much,

thinking I have to do every› thing. Today I just relaxed. Ev› eryone was on the same page. I just played my game and had fun." If not for a quick response

by Crater late in the contest a Gavin Gillispie 8-yard touchdown run with 1 minute,

final score. Adam Dehm re›

our momentum. I think the

corded eight receptions for the guys responded pretty well. I’ ve never been on a team that Cougars for 78 yards. "I’m just so proud of our played so hard with so much guys," Crum lauded. "We’ re heart. I’m excited about next coming off two games where game, because we clicked." we did not play very well Of course the Cougars were against decent opponents. emotional. They led for most Tonight, we came out and our of a playoff-caliber contest, kids believed in ourselves, only to see the Comets escape. they believed in what we were Fortunately f o r Mo u n tain doing, and they executed it. View, however, these are not We just have to learn how to the playoffs. There is a next finish. That’s just it. It’s steps. week for the Cougs, a home If every week we take a step game against Springfield

41 seconds left to put the Com› ets ahead for good it would and we learn how to finish by be Irwin and the Cougars the end of the season, we’ re celebrating the victory rather going to be OK." than their counterparts. For the Comets (3-0) from "We always have emotion Central Point, whose 41 points when we play," Irwin ex› marked a season low, Matt plained. "That’s what makes Struck passed for 350 yards this team so much different and two scores, and Garret than any o ther team I’ ve Dey racked up 189 receiving played on. We care, so much, yards and a touchdown. Gil›

next Friday. That, Irwin said,

is quite a driving force for this team.

"It’s definitely motivating, knowing that we’ ve got more games down the road," Irwin said. "We’ re not done. We’ re just getting started." — Reporter: 541-383-0307, glucas@bendbuIIetin.corn.


Storm suffer 1s boys soccer loss Bulletin staff report Summit got a chance to

this year. It was a great expe› lic of Portland, the reigning rience to see how we measure Class 6A state champion. up, and we hung with one of Also on Friday:

take stock Friday against Hood River Valley in a meet› the better teams in the state." ing of the past two Class 5A Mack van der Velde gave Volleyball boyssoccerstate champions. the Storm (1-1-2) the lead in Trinity Lutheran 3, Central The Storm lost 2-1 on their

the 15th minute on an assist

home field, a nonleague de› from Jack Tyler. The visiting feat that their coach, Ron Eagles countered with a goal Kidder, called a l earning on a rebound shot in the 32nd experience. minute and scored the deci› "This is an incredibly sive goal in the 55th minute. young team," said Kidder, Summit (1-1-2), which beat

C hristian 0: REDMOND › Trinity L u theran p owered past Central Christian 25-6, 25-12, 25-22, in the Tigers’ first match of the season and the first M o untain V alley

League contest of the year

pionship. Johnson, seeded third entering the playoffs, had a track-record time

noting that his squad starts

Hood River Valley for the 5A

only one senior. "This was a great test for us. Hood River

of 3.971 seconds at 312.42

is the defending state cham›

mph in his Dodge Charger

pion, and they’ re certainly a state title contender again

state championship in 2013 phy led Trinity Lutheran (1-0 and was a state semifinalist MVL) with six kills and five lastyear,faces another steep aces, Serena Scomparin had challenge Tuesday when the six aces and 14 assists and Storm host Central Catho› Emily Eidler had six kills.


Class 2A Nonconference


for both teams. Mariah Mur›

Santiam 49, Clllver 14 Santiam 13 22 0 14 49 Culver 0 8 6 0 14 S JoelHills 70run(Alfredd Kamppkick) S BrandonSaari 3run(kick failed) S Hills 14run(Payton White run) S Devon Whitmire 9 passfromRiley Nicot (Kampp kick) S AustinWhitmire 36passfromNicot (Kamppkick) C MackLitle 3run(Tristin Bogart ruI) C Little 4run(runfailed) S Hills 2run(Kampp kick) S JordanLanham9run(Kamppkick)

Friday’s scores Aloha28,Glencoe21 Arlington60,South Wasco County 0 Ashland15,Summit14 Banks20,South Umpaua7 Barlow36,Gresham12 59, Century34 Ridgeview36,HoodRiverValley 22 Beaverton Bend34,EaglePoint16 B onanza 41, RogueRiver 22 Ridgeview 0 22 0 14 36 46,Lakendge0 H oodRivervalley 0 15 7 0 2 2 Canby Cascade 35 Junction City0 R BrentYeakey30 run(Yeakeykick) Cascade Christian 47, PleasantHil 8 HRV DallasBuckley2 run(MannyValdovinos kick) Centennia70, l Reynolds 42 R Yeakey14 run(D+ylanTaylor runj Central13,SouthAlbany 6 HRV TyroneStintzi 8 passfromBuckley (Michael CentralCatholic21,OregonCity 20 Jonesrunj CentralLinn53, Knappa0 R Taylor75run( Yeakeykick) Chiloauin60,Butte Falls 42 HRV KielSorenson31 passfrom Buckley (Val› Churchill 31,Putnam24 Clack amas28,DavidDouglas24 dovinoskick) Coauille/Pacific64,Bandon12 R LoganGreen4 run(Yeakey kick) Corbett 42,Yamhil-Carlton 14 R Yeakey4 run(Yeakey kick) CottageGrove41,Henley33 Crater41,MountainView37 Bend 34, Eagle PoilIt16 CrescentValey42, Corvallis 35,OT Dallas53,Woodburn14 Dayton34,HorizonChristian Tualatin16 Bend 14 0 13 7 34 Eagle Point 0 16 0 0 1 6 Dulur44,HosannaChristian 14 40,Stevenson, Wash. 0 B AustinAdye10passfrom Chase Lettenmaier Estacada Franklin47,Roosevelt 26 (TylerLindseykick) Harrisburg 42,Sutherlin 8 B KylerKarpsteim4 run (Lindseykick) Heppner 48, Enterprise 16 EP JordanCastro 9run(JacobyJacksonpass) Hil1sboro 63, LaSalle 32 EP Jackson9passfromNate Page(Castro run) Irriqon39,Umatila12 B ColeRixe8 run(kickfailed) Jefferson 47, GeNais14 B Rixe3run(Lindseykick) Jesuit 52,Sunset20 B Rixe6runNndseykick) Kennedy14,Amity 6 Lakeview 56, LaPine12 Liberly47,Sandy7 Redmond41, Baker 19 LibertyChristian,Wash. 70, Elgin 36 Redmond 7 1414 6 4 1 Lincoln34,JeffersonPDX12 l McK enzie 8 Baker 7 0 0 12 19 Lowel62, son17,Grant14 R AlaniTroutman67 pass from Bunker Parrish Madi Marist 47, North Bend0 (AlexHugheskick) Marshfield64,Newport7 B MarcusPlumley3run(Joneskick) Mazama 62,Douglas 0 R HunterSmith30run(HaydenSmith runj McNary31,West Albany22 R Parrish5run(kick failed) Molalla41,ValleyCatholic 12 R HunterSmith 12run(Hugheskick) MyrtlePoint21, Oakridge14 R Parrish8run(Hugheskick) NorthDouglas52, Mohawk0 R Wil Branson24run(kick failed) NorthEugene29, Phoenix19 B SamHamilton 15passfromBradZemmer (pass NorthLake64, Prairie City/BurntRiver12 failed) NorthMarion37,Tilamook7 B BrandonStairs 8passfromZemmer (runfailed) Nort hSalem 22,McKay7 Parkrose 38,Milwaukie18 Pendleton25,LaGrande24 AShland 15, Sllmmit14 Perrydale 60, Mitchell-Spray27 Philomath34,Astoria14 0 7 7 0 1 4 Powers64,Gilchrist 24 Summit 0 7 8 0 1 5 Prospect74,Glendale50 Ashland S JacobThompson3run(KadenWadsworth kick) Redmond 41, Baker 19 A KyleWeinberge r run(Weinbergkick) Reedsport 49,Glide20 S JohnBledsoe3run (Wadsworth kick) Regis41,Nestucca12 A Team Safety Riddle38,Elkton34 36, Hood River22 A HaydonLayjon5 passfromTucker Atteberry Ridgeview Roseburg 36, North Medford35 (passfailed) Salem Academy18,Colton12 Santiam 49, Culver 14 Class 4A SantiamChristian 53,Wilamina 6 Nonconference Scappoose54,Gladstone 12 Scio 42,BlanchetCatholic 20 Sisters 28, CrookCounty 8 Seaside18,Rainier 8 Sheldon38,GrantsPass24 7 7 7 7 2 8 Sherwood 35,Tigard30 Sisters CrookCounty 0 0 0 8 8 SiletzValley80,Alsea0 Silverton47, Lebanon30 S MitchGibney1run(JadonBachtold kick) Sisters28,CrookCounty8 S Gibney1run(Bachtold kick) S TylerHead39 passfromTanner Head(Bachtold Siuslaw35,HiddenValley 13 SouthEugene20,Thurston 14 kick) CC DarrienLangley blockedpunt recoveryin end SouthMedford21, Wilamette14 SouthSalem35, ForestGrove6 zone(BroganHowardrun) Southridge33,Westview22 S Gibney16run(Bachtold kick) Sprague 42,McMinnyille 28 Springfield52,Hermiston 20 Class 3A S t Mar y ' s41,GoldBeach7 Nonconference St. Paul29,Creswell 21 Stanfield33,GrantUnion16 Stayton54,Madras0 Lakeview 56, La Pine12 SweetHom e26,North Valley0 Taft 40,Sheridan12 Lakeview 6 21 22 7 56 The Dal l e s 43,McLoughlin 0 La Pine 0 6 6 0 12 TriangleLake61, Mapleton12 LV JaceFrank5run(kick failed) Tualatin35,Newberg 18 LV Frank1run(Frankrun) Vale65,Burns28 LV Frank13run(kick blocked) Vernonia60, Chemawa0 LP BenPlant1 run(runfailed) Waldport41,PortlandChristian 22 LV DylanDeidrich 75kickoff return(kick good) Wallowa 48,Notus, Idaho22 LV Frank10run(passgood) Weiser,Idaho6, Ontario 0 LV Frank11run(kickgood) West Linn42,LakeOswego14 LP Cha ndler George55passfromKeny Spurlock Wilson42,Cleveland8 (run failed) Wilsonville58,St. Helens26 LV Frank6run(kick good) Yoncalla49,FallsCity 18 LV Frank1run(kick good) Yreka,Calif. 33,Brookings-Harbor6

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The three TD passes came teams’ first meeting since 1976. Also on Friday: ci completed 17 of 19 for 271 No. 9 Florida State 14, Bos› downs and ran for another and yards. Overall, he was 22 of ton College 0: BOSTON› TEMPE, Ariz. Mike Ber› covici threw for three touch›

in a s tretch when Bercovi›

Arizona State overcame a slug-

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beat Boston College. The Sem› inoles (3-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) struggled against a BC team that had beaten a pair of FCS opponents. Ev›

gest pass in Arizona State histo›

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Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez has awardrobe befitting his royal nickname. King Felix dom› inates on the mound and his fashion rules off of it. The 29-year-old has painstakingly cultivated his style over 11 major league seasons and revels in discussing the intricacies of his look.


Oregon State running back Storm Barrs› Woods, left,

Continued from C1

"It’s a process, and we knew we would run into some adver›



entire game

Continued from C1 An exercise in flashy el› egance might be a better

shows off his $50,000 Rolex watch and

today after

way to term it, featuring

custom made

spending the

closets overflowing with

first half on the sidelines last week with

suits that cost thousands of

diamond bracelet. BOTTOM LEFT: Her›

is expected

sity along the way," Andersen said. "We’ ve run into some adversity and we’ ll keep doing what we do and we’ ll get pre› pared to play again."

to play the

Almosta Spartan

a knee injury.

Oregon State true freshman

quarterback Seth Collins was nearly a Spartan, but he sud› denly changed his mind and headedto Corvallis.Caragher praised Collins and essentially Dual QBs

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the return of tackle Keenan Sykes (knee) and defensive ings: "If players choose to go quarterbacks, senior Joe Gray end Cedric Lousi (foot). somewhere else, that’s their and junior transfer Kenny prerogative." Potter. But the idea is to get to More Barrs-Woods Collins, who played at Gran› a placewhere there is a clear Andersen says he expects ite Hills High School in El Ca› starter, Caragher said this to see running back Storm Barrs-Woods play for the en› jon, California, has passed week. for 171 yards and three touch› Oregon State’s situation tire game against San Jose downs with no interceptions was similar going into the State. Barrs-Woods did not through two games this sea› opener against Weber State, play the first half against son. He has also run for 180 when Andersen said he would Michigan because of a knee yards. "He’s a good player," play both Collins and redshirt injury that had bothered him Caragher said. "And good play› Marcus McMaryion. Collins just before the game. ersriseto thesurface." separated himself in that first Andersen told r eporters game, but the Beavers contin› Thursday that Barrs-Woods Other connections ue to rotate McMaryion in at managed himself well over the Current Oregon State offen› times to give him experience. course of the week in practice. "We put him in the game (at sive coordinator Dave Baldwin was head coach of the Spar› Tago update Michigan) and we gave him tans from 1997 to 2000. He led San Jose State junior line› some opportunities, but Storm San Jose State to a 40-27 victo› backer Christian Tago took a is still getting himself back," said there were no hard feel›

ry at Stanford in 2000, which was the last time the team beat

San Jose State uses two

scary helmet-to-helmet hit in

the fourth quarter against Air a Pac-12 opponent on the road. Force last week and left the The Spartans’ last v icto› game. Tyler Wilson was eject› ry against a Pac-12 opponent ed from the game for targeting. came in 2006, when they de› Tago’s status for Oregon State

featedStanford 35-34 at Spartan Stadium.

Ducks Continued from C1 Adams even went so far as to say it bothered him late in Ore›

gon’s 31-28 loss last Saturday to now-No. 4 Michigan State. Or›

egon cut the Spartans’ margin with Adams’ touchdown pass to Byron Marshall with about

three minutes to go, but on the Ducks'last drive Adams overthrew a wide-open Marshall.

Adams shared reps in prac› tice this week with Jeff Lockie, who was Oregon’s backup last season. Adams was confident about his prospects for today’ s game: "We’ ll see. Game-time decision. But it’s feeling good, and I feel like I’m going to play." In the first two games this

season, Adams has passed for 555 yards and three touch› downs. He has been intercept›

ed twice. Should he play today, he needs just seven yards pass› ing to reach the 11,000-yard mark for his career.

Still young Georgia State launched its football program in 2010 and in 2013 jumped to FBS-level com› petition in the Sun Belt Confer›

ence. It has been a rocky start. The Panthers went 0-12 overall their first year, then 1-11 last year. The 34-32 victory over New Mexico State last week›

end was the program’s first in the conference since rejoining it

Georgia State was one of

the founding members of the

Andersen said.

"To say that he’s 100 per›

cent back today and ready to

go? Storm’s probably gonna say that. But I want him to feel comfortable, to get Storm

in the game when he’s 100 But the Spartans could see percent."

was uncertain by late week.

dollars, shoes in all shades of the rainbow, and lots and lots of skinny designer jeans.

GAME OF THEWEEK No.19BYUat ffo.10UCLA:Just like Oregon last week at Michi› gan State, a Pac-12team will play in a nonconference gamethat could haveCollege Football Playoff implications. TheCougars moved into TheAssociated Press Top 25this weekafter consec› utive last-second, game-winning heaves byquarterback Tanner Mangum. If BYUbeats the Bruins andget past Michigan next week, the Cougars could force their way into theCFPconversa› tion. UCLAhas amore difficult road playing in the Pac-12, but if it gets through the Cougars andthe conference gauntlet, the Bruins could make acasefor one of the four spots. Probably too early for all of that, but this one will be worth watching either way. BEST MATCHUP Stanford at Ie. 6 SouthernCalifornia: From the Cardinal’s epic upset of the Trojans in 2007 as41-point underdogs to the "What’s your deal" game in2009 andlast year’s bruiser, this has developed into a must-watch gameevery season. USCwill always have UCLA,and Stanford’s top rival will always beCalifornia, but this budding rivalry has plenty of animosity. TheTrojans breezed through their first two gameswhile Stanford had adisheartening loss to Northwestern in its opener, but expect the Cardinal to be geared up for this oneafter USCended its 17-game homewinning streak a yearago. INSIDE THENUMBERS The Pac-12hasfive teams ranked in the nation’s top 20 in scoring defense: No. 6USC(7.5 points), No. 7 Washington (8.0), No. 11 UCLA (9.5), No. 15California (10.5) and No. 18Stanford (11.5) ... Gal has scored 108points in its first two games, most to open a season since the 1991team had128.... Utah’s Britain Covey leads all Pac-12 freshmenwith 11 catches for 119yards. IMPACT PLAYER luke Falk, Washington State: Falk started three gamesas ared› shirt freshman last seasonandhas seamlessly taken the reigns of Mike Leach’s Air Raid offense this season. Falk leadsthe Pac-12 with 767yardsandsixtouchdowns.Hewasnamed thePac-12's offensive player of the weekafter throwing for 468 yards and four touchdowns against Rutgers, including the game-winner with 13 seconds left to cap a90-yard drive. The Cougars play 0-2 Wyo› ming, so Falk could haveanother big week. — TP/eAssociated Press

Sun Belt in 1976 but left in 1981.

Hurting receivers Georgia State’s receiving Quotable a season. The Ducks fell at "The guys are all right. home to unranked Arizona, corps is hurting. Donovan Harden, who led the Panthers They’ re (ticked) off, which is which dropped them from No. last season with 60 catches for good. But people are just ready 2 to No. 12 in the rankings. But 885 yards and seven touch› to come back out here and the team regrouped and reeled downs, broke his foot in pre› work. No one’s blaming any› of nine straight victories and season camp and won’t be one. We’ re just frustrated as a spot in the championship back until next month. Then a whole that we didn’t get the game of college football’s first senior Avery Sweeting broke win, we just want to come out playoffs. "There’s a bunch of guys that his collarbone in the opener and play better this week," said against Charlotte. But the Pan› Byron Marshall, reflecting on were in the same locker room thers have seen the emergence the loss to Michigan State. and we just talked about how of freshman Penny Hart, who that galvanized us last year, has 12 catches for 203 yards

Really, the kids are all right

and three touchdowns in the first two games.

Oregon proved last season reason why that can’t happen that one loss does not make again," Helfrich said.

and there’s absolutely zero

nandez sports a rose gold

"Fashion means a lot to me," he said. "I’m a guy

and diamond

necklace and Jesus medal›

that’s always trying to look good and trying to impress." Hernandez made his major league debut in 2005


at just 19 years old. When

he began receiving major league paychecks, there was no question what his

first major style purchase would be. "For a man, if you go in a meeting or if you go some› w here and meet people the

impact is a watch," he said. "So I was like: ’I need a

likes to dress his son in min› pie and black camouflage. In iature versions of his own out› Chicagohis pieces are made thing I bought." fits, and his Instagram account by The Trunk Club, whose That watch was a luxury is dotted with pictures of the custom suits start at $850. But Swiss Hublot, and he now two in matching ensembles. he is certainly not getting the has a collection of about 30 Hernandez’s style certainly base models. "My suits are really extrav› timepieces. And the options befits his royal nickname and to accessorize are vast. is more than appropriate for a agant, probably the nicest For an interview on his man who signed a $175 million things in my closet," he said. style, the 29-year-old Her› contract extension in 2013. It is When he is not in those, he nandez toyed with t hree a style that would fit better on dresses almost exclusively in different s h i rt-and-shoethe catwalks of Paris or Milan European designers and is combos before landing on than in a major league club› partial to Christian Dior, Yves a casually chic ensemble. house. But he has like-minded Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton The 2010 American League teammates in Seattle in Rob› and Gucci, and he even jetted Cy Young Award winner inson Cano and Nelson Cruz, to Europe one offseason to wore black Y v e s S aint who also delight in pushing load up on their wares. He has Laurent skinny jeans and the fashion envelope. an affinity with designer back› nice watch.’ That’s the first

a T-shirt with a black and white crocodile print by the



Hernandez is not a small

packs, but when Hernandez

guy by any means, standing 6 dresses up, he carries what same designer. There was feet 3 and weighing a solid 225 he calls a handbag, but what no crown for King Felix, pounds not exactly the ideal some would refer to as a man› only a black New Era base› frame for the skinny cuts he purse or satchel. ball cap with a gold wink› adores. But he pulls it off flaw› Another bold choice for ing smiley face. lessly with clothes in super someone who makes a living It was a show-stopping luxe fabrics that are tailored to in the ultramasculine sports outfit to be sure, but the hug his frame. world. jewelry he paired with it Hernandez ha s a n en› H ernandez is not sure if took his style quotient to d orsement deal w it h N i k e , the confidence he has built another level. so naturally he has plenty of through s u ccess o n the A 5-carat diamond sol› athletic-casual shoes, but the mound has contributed to itaire adorned each ear. All-Stars of his shoe closet his penchant for bold fashion One of his four Rolexes, are acouple ofpairs ofcolor- decisions. "That’s a good question," this one with a diamond ful $1,700 Christian Louboutin bezel and $50,000 price tag, boots and severalother pairs he said. "I think I’m different was on his left wrist and of the red-soled stunners be› when I’m off the field. Because a custom-made bracelet decked with hundreds of col› out there I’m mean against the lay across his right arm. orful spikes that set him back other guys, but like off the field I’m a cool guy." But the star of the jewel› about $1,495 each. After a pause, he continued. ry show was a thick rose Two of his tailors are in "Like this," he said making gold-and-diamond chain Los Angeles and a third is in with a medallion depict› Chicago, and he visits each a sweeping motion with his ing Jesus, his piercing eyes of them several times a year. arm across his clothing. "This formed by two flawless di› Among his favorite suits are a is the real Felix. Out there ... amonds. It has a price tag yellow one, one in green, and it’s just like: ’I’m going to do of $35,000, and Hernandez another in eye-catching pur› my job.’" liked that deal because it came with a pair of match› ing earrings. He pulled off the trend of high-low fashion perfectly, pairing the pricey ensem› I I l ble with affordable Tim› berland boots, left lazily untied.

"I always paid attention to how I dressed," he said. "I always tried to look good. But I w a s n o t t h i n king about it the way I am right now."

Hernandez had a com› f ortable upbringing i n Venezuela, but he certainly

was not rich. He developed his smart style by poring over magazines, scrolling through Instagram and, of course, getting tips from his wife, Sandra. The two, who

have been together since age 14, often post shots of

themselves on Instagram and Twitter and sometimes

include their equally well› dressed children. A portrait of the clan taken at the All-Star Game

showed 10-year-old Mia in a pale yellow sundress and Jeremy, 6, in a white blazer and shorts that matched his

sister’s frock. Hernandez

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RENTON, Wash. Seat› tle Seahawks center Drew

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Nowak grew up in the shad› ow of Green Bay’s Lambeau Field. A native of De Pere, Wis›

consin, Nowak lived less than 15 minutes from the hallowed

home of the Packers. His grandfather purchased stock in the franchise for his family to own and have the owner› ship certificates framed in the family’s basement. Nowak admitted to having butterflies prior to his first

Week 2 preview By Barry Wilner

team as they start the year and

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look at their goals. The team

The Green B ay Packers kind of takes on their identity probably don’t need any ex› as the season progresses." tra incentive when facing the Seattle’s ID has been as a Seattle Seahawks, particular› defensive force. But the Sea› ly with the memory of their hawks rank an unflattering fourth-quarter NFC champi› 20th after the loss to the Rams, onship collapse in Seattle still and All-Pro cornerback Rich› fresh and painful. ard Sherman has been seeing Yet, when they figure out that time as a slot defender. a win at Lambeau Field gives Like Rodgers, he downplays them a two-game lead over the the significance of the week› two-time defending conference end’s showcase game. "I think it’s always too early champions, they could be even more stoked. Even if they aren’ t to think about playoff ramifi› saying so. cations, because you have to "It’s early in the season, we’ re playthegame, you havetodeal both trying to figure it out," with that, and so many things defending league MVP Aar› change," Sherman says. "There on Rodgers says. "They had a are teams who start off unde› tough division one on the road, feated and end up not in the we had a tough one on the road,

playoffs. There are teams that

and now we’ re playing Sunday start off .500 and end up with night. the No. 1 seed.... You can’t put "We played them last year too much into the early season." in the first game and the last Green Bay comes off a solid game. It was definitely two dif› enough win at longtime rival ferent teams at that point, both Chicago in its opener, while Se› of us. Teams change, they find attle was stumbling at St. Lou› their identity throughout the is. That makes the math easy

start last week against the St.

Louis Rams. Nowak expects a similar experience this week playing in the stadium he attended games at as a kid. "It’s going to be unimag› inable, honestly," Nowak said. "It’s kind of a dream come true. I knew this game was on the schedule since it came out

season, and there’s definite›

heading into Week 2. No matter

ly motivating factors for each what each side says.

this year, and it was a goal for me to be in this opportunity

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to be a starter for this game. Seattle’s Drew Nowak will start for the second straight week Sunday night at Green Bay, but this I have lots of family there. It one will be extra special: He grew up in De Pere, Wisconsin, just 15 minutes from Lambeau Field. will be a great time." Nowak, a defensive line› man in college at Western "We' re going there to win. That's what it's all Michigan, rose up the Sea› about. I can't let that stuff bother me or get Seattle hawks’ depth chart to grab at Green Bay the starting job during train› in my head about the aura of Lambeau Field. I' ve just got to go out there and do my job." When:5:30 p.m. ing camp. His debut last week SundayN:NBC had its ups and down. The Seahawks center Drew Nowak Rams sacked quarterback Radio: KRCO 690-AM, 96.9-FM Russell Wilson six times and Series record: Packers lead 10-8 Seattle lost 34-31 in overtime. lastmeeting:Seahawkswon But after a s h aky start, through and give us a chance the game went on, I feel like 28-22 (OT) Jan. 18, 2015 inNFC coach Pete Carroll believes to win games and all that. As we began to jell a bit together, championshi pgame Nowak and the reworked they play they’ ll do that." and I know that I’m going to last week: Seahawks lost to offensive l in e im p roved Nowak a t t ributes s ome do a better job this week and steadily. of theearly errors to com- it’s going to show on the field." Rams 34-31 (OT); Packers beat "He improved during the munication issues up front. Nowak will have friends Bears 31-23 game. A little shaky ear› Offensive line coach Tom Ca› and family i n a t t endance Senhnwks offense: overall (15), ly with c adence and stuff ble said they were targeting S unday night, many o f rush (9t), pass (15) like that. It’s just hard when the wrong players to block whom are still big fans of the Senhnwks defense: overall (20), things were moving fast, but at times and weren’t able to Packers. rush (10), pass (23) we saw steady improvement get into a rhythm. Nowak As much as Nowak is look› Packers offense: overall (19), throughout the game, which believes it’s his responsibili› ing forward to the experience rush (7), pass(20) was really e ncouraging," ty to get the communication of playingback home, he Packers defense: overall (27), Carroll said. working. knows he’s wearing the uni› rush (31), pass (16) "It’s kind of like I think this "I needed to do a better job


form of the other team. He

season is going to go for the young guys up front, they’ re going to have to struggle through some stuff and hope› fully survive, and then get

of talking to the guys and making sure we were all on the same page," Nowak said.

has a job to do to help the Sea›

"There was a couple times we

That’s what it’s all about," Nowak said. "I can’t let that

weren’t on the same page. As

hawks avoid an 0-2 start.

"We’ re going there to win.

stuff bother me or get in my head about the aura of Lam›

beau Field. I’ ve just got to go outthere anddo my job."

NEW ENGLAND (1-0) AT BUFFALO(1-0) This was always a juicy confrontation when RexRyanwas coaching the Jets. Nothing has changedwith him moving to Western NewYork. "If theybeatus,they beatus,butwedon'tconcedeanything,"saysRyan, whosenew clubwasamongtheNFL'sbestonopeningweekend."We're not beat just becausethey get off the bus, like someteams." Still, getting off that bus will be TomBrady and RobGronkowski, the most dangerous pass-catch tandem in the league right now.

DALLAS(1-0) AT PHILADELPHIA(0-1) Yet another intriguing early-season matchup, and a critical one for the Eagles after they blew their opener atAtlanta. Look for RBDeMarco Murray, the 2014Offensive Player of the Yearwith Dallas who rode free agency in Philly, to carry a lot more thaneight times for 9 yards. With Murray gone, theCowboys’ best offensive player is WRDezBryant; but he is out with a broken right foot.

SAN DIEGO (1-0) AT CINCINNATI (1-0) The Chargers won a first-round playoff game in their last visit and arrive having gained the most yards on offense in the league(483) on opening week while beating Detroit. Philip Rivers completed his final 20 passes against the Lions to set aclub record, four short of the league mark by Philade lphia'sDonovanMcNabb in2004.TheBengalsdominated Oakland in every facet and unveiled anewweapon in tight end Tyler Eifert (nine catches, 104yards, 2 TDs).

ARIZONA (1-0) AT CHICAGO(0-1) The Cardinals might havefound arunning game they gained 120 yards against the Saints after posting the league’s worst rushing average in 2014. But RBAndre Ellington was carted off with a sprained right knee and they might have to turn to recent addition Chris Johnson. Chicago showed somegrit and potency against Green Bay,most notably versatile RB Matt Forte (141yards rushing, oneTD).


Perhaps the most important newcomer on depleted 49ersdefense Mangenius'

A homecoming of sorts for 49ers coach JimTomsula, a Pittsburgh native whose grandfather owned arestaurant near the old Forbes Field. In a romp past Minnesota, RBCarlos Hyde’s168 yards were the most by a San Francisco back in his first start since 1970. Pittsburgh RBLe’Veon Bell finishes his two-game suspension, but veteran DeAngeloWilliams ran for 127 yards against the Patriots.

TENNESSEE (1-0) AT CLEVELAND(0-1) By Janie McCnuley

Eric Mangini, left, watches practice during training

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. Linebacker Michael Wilhoite ›

camp. Lineback›

calls him "Mangenius."

er Michael Wil› hoite calls him

That nickname for Niners defensive coordinator Er ic

Yet another HeismanTrophy quarterback confrontation if the Browns’ Johnny Manziel (2012) starts for concussed Josh McCown. Last week, Tennessee rookie Marcus Mariota (2014) overwhelmedTampa Bayand Jameis Winston (2013), throwing for four TDs in the first half.


Mangini might just catch on if San Francisco can repli›

That nickname for the 49ers

cate its defensive shutdown

defensive coordi›

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nator might stick if San Francisco

road at Pittsburgh in a short

can deliver an›

Both teams comeoff rough opening defeats, and top overall draft pick Winston needs to be sharper. He does havea strong array of targets in Mike Evans, Vincent Jackson andemerging TEAustin Seferian-Jenkins, who had acareer-high 110yards receiving and two TDs last week. New Orleans, which haswon seven straight against TampaBay, rushed for only 54 yards at Arizona. Several Saints rookies looked like defensive playmakers, though, particularly CBDamian Swann.


other defensive shutdown like



"With all the tools that we installed in OTAs and fall

the one against

camp, we just showed a small package of what we can do,"

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Wilhoite said. "There’s a lot

of stuff Mangenius has, and a lot of tricks up his sleeve." Wilhoite is

u n concerned

with who is no longer on San Francisco’s menacing defense long known as one of the NFL’s toughest. He in› sists the mentality will stay


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San Francisco at Pittsburgh When:10a.m. Sunday TV:Fox Series record: 49ers lead 11-9 We attacked it head-on." last meeting: 49ers beat the 49ers linebacker Michael Wilhoite Steelers 20-3 on Dec.19, 2011 last week: 49ers beatVikings 20› 3; Steelers lost to Patriots 28-21 we kept it here. We’d like to rookie year, followed by vet› 49ers offense: overall (t10), rush

you challenge us we' re going to try to rise to it. ... We embraced the challenge that he placed in front of us in learning so much information.

the same regardlessof personnel and major alterations. Mangini appreciates the compliments, but knows how fast things can change in this league. "Well, I hope he was using in a complimentary way, not ironically," Mangini said Fri› think that we’ re one of the eran Justin Smith. A l d on day. "You have a good week, best teams at playing that Smith was released Aug. 7 you get positive things, and style of football and that’ s following another legal run› if you don’ t, then that name lining up man to man and in and signed last week with changes. I’ ve heard other just playing physical and the Oakland Raiders. variations of my last name. hitting people. We showed Mangini’s scheme was a They weren’t as friendly and we can play that kind of lot to master, too. "He gives us a ton of infor› as positive." football." "I speak for the guys, mation and it was difficult at The 49ers chased down Teddy Bridgewater for five that’s a compliment to them. first," Wilhoite said. "We’ re sacks in their Monday night In terms of an identity, I just professional athletes. If you win even without Patrick want us to be who we are, challenge us we’ re going to Willis, Chris Borland, Justin and our locker room is, what try to rise to it. That’s why Smith and Aldon Smith. I believe, a tough-minded, we’ re here and that’s why "That’s been the mental› physically tough and men› we’ re in the position being ity and identity we’ ve had tally tough group of guys," 1-0 and playing really well here for a long time, when first-year coach Jim Tomsula on defense, because we em› I got here with (Jim) Har› said. "It’s a test of wills." braced the challenge that he baugh, and that was kind of For the 49ers, that test placed in front of us in learn› set with Justin and Pat and of wills began months ago ing so much information. We those guys that have left us," Wilhoite said. "But I think

After one week,Texanscoach Bill O’Brien is switching quarterbacks, from Brian Hoyer to RyanMallett. The Panthers’ star defender, LB Luke Kuechly, suffered a concussion against the Jaguars. If Kuechly doesn’ t play, A.J. Klein starts in the middle and rookie Shaq Thompson starts on the strong side.

when Wi llis

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Borland after his standout

attacked it head-on."

(1), pass(29).

After their upset of Seattle, the Ramslook like real comers, especially with a devastating pass rush (six sacks) andsomespeed on offense and special teams. TheRedskins are without a key to the offense in WRDe› Sean Jackson (partial hamstring tear), who somewhat blameshis injury on a lack of playing time in the preseason.

NEW YORK JETS (1-0) AT INDIANAPOLIS(0-1), MONDAYNIGHT After struggling mightily against Buffalo’s assertive defense, theColts get another one, albeit at home, in theJets. Unless Indy finds some balance with a running game toaid Andrew Luck’s passing it got 64 yards against the Bills New York could be adifficult obstacle.


rush (6), pass(5).

Adrian Peterson hadall of 10 carries for 31 yards in his return from miss› ing 15 gameswhile on the commissioner’s exempt list over child abuse charges last season. Hemight get that many rushes in the first quarter against a Lions defensethat clearly missed departed tackles Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley in a loss atSanDiego.

Steelers defense: overall (21), rush (t11), pass (24).


genius" to keep it rolling› even if he doesn’t like any

Atlanta’s Julio Jonesvictimized Philadelphia for141 yards on ninecatches and a touchdown. Matt Bryant madeall four field goal attempts, including a decisive kick. Everyoneexcept owner John Marahastaken responsibili› ty for the Giants’ mismanagement of the clock in their loss at Dallas.

added attention. As Tomsula notes, "I don’t think Eric real›


49ers defense: overall (4), rush

(7), pass(6). Steelers offense: overall (2),

ly likes that nickname, to be honest with you." "That’s my name for him," Wilhoite said. "We’ ll let it

build. It’s only been one week, we’ ve got 16 more. So after that we’ ll see where it

So, pressure’s on for "Man› goes from there."

Baltimore’s defense allowed noTDs in the opening loss. Oakland allowed lots of touchdowns two rushing andtwo passing in a 33-13 wipeout.

MIAMI (1-0) ATJACKSONVILLE(0-1) The battle for the Sunshine State? It won’t be much of askirmish if the Jaguars can’t protect Blake Bortles, who wassackedfive times by Caroli› na, or protect the ball (three turnovers, including a pick-six).




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BendBroadband email upgrades BendBroadband announced it is moving its email service next week to a new,improved platform. BendBroadband email users whose addresses end in chamberscable.corn will have their service up› graded Tuesday; users whose address ends in bendbroadband.corn or bendcable.corn will be upgraded Wednesday, a company spokeswoman said in an email. The upgrade will take place in theearly› morning hours, said spokeswoman Krista


State’s fuel tax increase set to helpsmall airports anddronescould benefit, too By Stephen Hamway

Members of Oregon’s avia› don’t have that 10 percent," tion industry are working to Jacobs said. figure out what comes next


The new platform will offer more reliability, a better webmail interface and a number of organi› zational tools, such asa calendar, she wrote. The upgrade replaces asys› tem that plagued users with several outages in the past year. Details about the change areavailable online at the Bend› Broadband website: www.bendbroadband. corn/email upgrade.The company also notified customers by email Thursday, Ledbetter said.

More kids moving back in, again One lasting scar from the deepest recession since the 1930s is the

phenomenon ofyoung adults, facing their own financial challenges, forced to squeeze inthe homes of their parents. And new datashow the trend is getting worse, not better. In 2015, 15.1percent of 25- to 34-year-olds were living with their parents, a fourth straight annual increase,accord› ing to an analysis of new Census Bureaudata by the Population Refer› ence Bureau inWash› ington. The proportion is the highest sinceat least 1960, according to demographer Mark Mather, associate vice president with PRB. "It takes youngpeople longer thesedays to find jobs with decent wages," Mather said. Someof the delays mayreflect changing social norms, as young peopleare delaying both marriage and having their own children, he said. The latest Census data show just 3.1 percent of Americans from 25 to 29 relocated in the last year between states, just half the share of 2002. While moves between counties in the same state less likely to be for jobs havein› creased some,they too remain below prereces› sion levels, according to PRB’s analysis.

munities in Eastern Oregon. "Some communities just

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The E.M. ThompsonBuilding’s new owners will soon unveil extensive improvements to the downtown structure, one of Bend’s oldest. Once the home of Ranch Records, the first floor is reopening as Lark,

a home decor store.

romIeCOI S 0 eCOI The old Ranch Recordslocation is reopening, after renovation, as a homedesign store with ’Mountain Modern’ as its style By Joseph Ditzler The Bulletin

The space in downtown

Bend formerly occupied by Ranch Records is set to re› open next week under a new

name, with a new purpose. Lark is a home decor and design shop at 831 NW Wall

"The new store will be quite a different look ... modern style with a mountain edge, earthy and Bendy." Karen Letourneau,

St. that features items in a

owner of the newbusiness,

"Mountain Modern" style, said

Lark, and of the building

its owner, Karen Letourneau.

She also owns Lone Crow Bungalow, 937 NW Wall St., itself a place for home decor

but in more rustic Mission or Craftsman styles. "The new store will be quite

peopleare after,and especially what tourists are after." She defined Mountain Mod›

ern as a "modern style with a mountainedge,earthy and Bendy." Letourneau and her hus› band, Dr. Scott Letourneau,

purchased the entire building at 831 NW Wall, the E.M.

Thompson Building, in Au›

"Particularly in Eastern

Oregon, the residents are to› tally underserved for book› ing flights," Jacobs said. The funding would go to› ward a couple of airports in the region that could support

small commercial flights to hubs such as Portland Inter›

held Tuesday at the Columbia

building rear, on NW Brooks Street.

The second floor is leased by the Tower Theatre Founda› tion, which has already moved Ranch Records, moved in

January to a new home not far

name from Edgar Thompson,

away, 117 NW Oregon Ave. The Letourneaus planned

initially anticipated, Scott Letourneau said. The building needed extensive rewiring and replumbing to bring it up to code, his wife said. "A lot of guys would have

easy access to regional hubs.

did not end at the meeting,

dates to 1915, and takes its

more than the Letourneaus

utive director of Oregon Avi›

mote areas of Oregon without

work is still underway to revamp the courtyard at the

about it." The first-floor home for

The former first-floor tenant,

ing to the Deschutes County Historical Society. Francis Senger, of Mission Building and Renovation LLC, did the work. The job entailed

being determined. Gale "Jake" Jacobs, exec›

of the 97 public-use airports in Oregon don’t offer com› mercial flights, leaving re›

modeling, too, she said. And

Letourneau said. "He was all

one of the oldest in Bend,

that I have a sense of what

exact implementation is still

Jacobs said the vast majority

Lark required extensive re›

run the other way," Karen

in, Karen Letourneau said.

who built it and lived in it with his family until 1920, accord›

While the text of the bill

provides an outline of how the funds will be used, the

In addition, 25 percent of

the funds will go directly to rural air service assistance.

ation Industries, an industry national Airport. group consisting of more than While the presence of 400 aviation-related compa› Redmond Airport makes nies, said the group’s annual thisless ofa concern for summit focused primarily on Central Oregon, Jacobs said, informing members about some of the smaller airports how the bill would be imple› in the region could benefit mented. While that process from these funds.

gust 2014. The brick structure,

a different look," she said. "I feel I’ ve been at it long enough

after Gov. Kate Brown signed House Bill 2075 in July, which allows for a 2-cent tax increaseon fuelforaircraft. The bill will go into effect Jan. 1 and is projected by the state to generate more than $20 million from 2016 through 2021, when the bill expires.

a private grand opening for supporters of the project at the building today and a soft opening of Lark on Monday. Karen Letourneau said

"Prineville is a classic ex› ample,"Jacobs said."Places

like Prineville are going to ra, Jacobs said he believed the love this." details would be completed by While unmanned aerial the end of October. vehicles the industry term "We’ re looking forward to fordrones — are not specifthe opportunities provided ically referred to within the by the bill," Jacobs said. text of the bill, Jacobs said He added that 5 percent of the systems will have the the budget would go toward same access to funding for program administration for projects asmanned aircraft. "UAV is all part of aviation the Oregon Department of Aviation. as far as we’ re concerned," Subsequently, half the pro› Jacobs said. gram’s funds will be directed Additionally, Chuck Allen, Aviation Association in Auro›

toward the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport

executive director of SOAR to strengthen the state’ s

connotation," she said. "Lark,

Improvement Program, which provides grants for the development of public-use airports. For small airports, the existing FAA grants can

not the bird. Lark, the happy

cover more than 90 percent


of costs, but Jacobs said the remaining amount may still

she wanted an upbeat name

for her new venture; "a short, strong word with a happy

— Reporter: 541-617-7815, jditzler@bendbulletin.corn

be toosteep forruralcom-

Oregon, a nonprofit designed drone industry, said any im› provements an airport may make could include elements,

such as potential hanger space, that would benefit drones at that airport. — Reporter: 541-617-7818 shamway@bendbulleti n.corn

VW, accusedof cheating onpollution tests, faces$18Bfine Los Angeles Times

nearly482,000 recentmodel VWs and Audis by circum›

have to recall all of the vehi› cles and change the emissions systems at its own expense, regulators said. Additionally it could face a fine of about $18 billion, or $37,500 per car, fed› eral environmental officials

venting emission standards in


Federal and California envi›

ronmental regulators accused Volkswagen of using software that cheats pollution testing in

its diesel cars. The German automaker, which has admitted manipu›

lating the cars, will eventually

The software trick allows the cars to emit up to 40 times

the legally allowable pollution, environmental officials said.

The Environmental Protec›

uses an algorithm that detects

"We expected better from

tion Agency issued the Ger› man automaker a "notice of

when the vehicle is undergo› ing pollution tests and chang›

VW," Giles said. Volkswagen admitted the

violation" of the Clean Air Act on Friday for both VW mod›

es the way it performs.

carscontained "defeat devic-

els and the company’s Audi

It "is illegal and a threat to public health," said Cynthia

es," after EPA and California demanded anexplanation

luxury brand. It covers mod›

Giles, assistant administrator

for the identified emission

els equipped with 2.0-liter, four-cylinder diesel engines. Volkswagen and Audi vehi› cles from model years 2009 to

for the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance.

problems. Volkswagen is the world’ s biggest auto company, out› selling Toyota and General

2015 have the software, which

"EPA is committed to making

sure that all automakers play by the same rules.

Motors sofarthis year.

— Staff and wire reports

BEST OFTHEBIZ CALENDAR TUESDAY SCORE Business Counseling:Business counselors conduct free one-on-one conferences for local entrepreneurs. 5:30 p.m.; DowntownBend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St., Bend, 541-706-1639. Mid OregonCredit Union InsuranceWorkshop:Learn how insurancerates are determinedandwhatyou can do toaffect those rates; 6p.m.; Mid OregonCredit Union, 1386 NE Gushing Drive, Bend,541-382-1795. GrowingYour Business

with QuickBooks: Learn the fundamentals of business accountin g and QuickBooks operation in two three-hour evening classes, and upto three hours of one-on-one daytime advising; $199;6 p.m.; COCC Redmond Campus Technology Education Center, 2324 SECollege Loop, Redmond, 541-383-7290, www.cocc.edu/sbdc. Green Drinks:It’s combined this month with the Bend Energy ChallengeWeek; presentations, food carts, music and beer; free;6 p.m.; Bend AreaHabitat for Humanity ReStore, 224 NE Thurston Ave.,

Bend,541-385-6908. WEDNESDAY What’s Hot inFranchising: Learn about the top trends, the best industries and "What’ s Hot" in franchising for 2015› 16; two-hour workshop with optional 60-minute coaching session andQ&A;$29; 6 p.m.; COCCChandler Lab, 1027 NW Trenton Ave., Bend,541-383› 7290, www.cocc.edu. GrowingYourBusinessWith Mobile Technology: Afree event to help Bend-areabusinesses learn about the latest mobile technoloi gesandconnected devices;8:30a.m.; U.S.Cellular,

3197 N. U.S.Highway 97,Bend, 773-355-3275. THURSDAY SuperchargeYourHiring Process:Two-part seminar for businesses focusesonthebest practices for recruiting new employees andan overview of legal hiring practices; $50;7:30 a.m.;Hampton Inn8 Suites, 730 SWColumbia St.,Bend, 541-382-3221. Lunch andLearn Monthly Market Overviews:Jacob Fain, financial adviser, at the Morgan Stanley office, 705 SW Bonnett Way,Suite 1200, Bend, lunch provided. For

more details,contact Jacob. fain'morganstanley.corn or 541-617-6013 Nonprofits Open Lab:Network and search Foundation Directory Online for potential grants with a trained professional on hand; intended for thosealready familiar with the directory; free; noon; RedmondPublic Library, 827 SWDeschutes Ave., Redmond, 541-617-7089. Protect Yourself Online Workshop:Learn howto protect your information, computer and yourself online;6 p.m.; Mid OregonCredit Union, 1386 NEGushing Drive, Bend, 541-382-1795.

Central OregonPubTalk: Ten early-stage companies deliver 3-minute pitches fora chance to present at the Bend Venture Conference inOctober; $25,Economic Development for Central Oregonmembers; $35, nonmembers;5 p.m.; McMenamins OldSt. Francis School, 700 NWBond St., Bend, 541-388-3236, ext. 3, www.edcoinfo.corn/events/ september-pubtalk. project Management Information Meeting: Information session to learn more about gaining project management skills and whether you might benefit

from certification. Registration recommended; free;5:30 p.m.; Central OregonCommunity College Chandler Lab, 1027NW Trenton Ave., Bend,541-383› 7270, www.cocc.edu. SEPT. 26 15th Annual GreenTour: This year, the tour,whichfeatures seven homes, ispart of Bend Energy ChallengeWeek;learn ways to useless energy, and see the latest trends ingreen building; free; 10a.m.; www.bend energychallenge.org/tour. For the complete calendar, pick up Sunday’sBulletin or visit bendbulletin.corn/bizcal

PEOPLE ONTHE MOVE Jessi Lordhas beenhired as manager of marketing engagements atCascadian Group LLC.Lord hasmorethan 13years experience in marketing andsales. Russell Bergesonhasjoined Sun Forest Constructionascustom

homes project manager.Bergeson’s construction managementexperience includes building six Street of Dreams homes nearPortland. Brooke Garciahasbeenvoted in as board chair for FamilyAccessNetwork.

Garcia joinedthe FANboard in 2007and has served inaleadership role since 2009. Valerie Yosthas beennamedvice chair of FANFoundation. Yost is director of marketing for BrooksResourcesand has served on theFANboard since 2012.

Sunny Maxwellhas beennamed secretary/treasurer of FAN Foundation. Maxwell runs Maxwell Design, a home renovation and interior design company, and has served onthe FANBoard since 20 I4.

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Holiday fairs, bazaars listing The Bulletin is accept› ing submissions for a list of fairs andbazaars through theholiday season. The Community Life section will publish a calendar Oct. 25that lists holiday fairs andbazaars. Each submitted event must include abrief de› scription of whatwill be sold, dates, times, loca› tion, admission priceand acontact phonenumber. The submission dead› line is Sunday,Oct. 18. After Oct. 25, alist of holiday bazaarsandfairs happeningeachweekwil publish in theweekly GO! Magazine.Newsubmis› sions arewelcomeduring that time. Thesubmission deadlin eisnoonWednesday for publication the following week. Submit events by visiting bendbulletin.corn/ events andclicking "+ Add Event." Contact: 541-383› 0351 or communitylife@ ben dbulletin.corn.

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A large art piece created by Joanie Keast is displayed on the wall in her kitchen of her home in Sisters. Keast, formerly a mortician, is a local mosaicist.

Zombie lessons free for youth CascadesTheatrical Companywill offer a "ZombieBootCamp" from10a.m. to noon Sept. 26. The freeworkshop is put on byAllAspects teen troupe andBendTheatre for YoungPeople.Stu› dents, ages8to17, will learn how toportray a character throughaction and pantomime.After the workshop,students will developcostumes and usestage makeupto participate in afull zombie walk in downtownBend. The workshop isfor All Aspects’ upcoming production of "William Shakespeare’sLandof the Dead: ATrueand Accurate Account of the 1599 ZombiePlague" in October. The boot campwil be held atCascades Theatrical Companyat 148 NWGreenwoodAve., Bend. Tolearn moreor to register, email bendthe› atre4young people' gmail.corn or ctcinfo@ cascadestheatrical.org. Visit www.bendtheatre. org for more information.

Races held at Oktoberfest Fast andfurry will dominate OregonStreet this afternoonwhenthe 11th annualweinerdog and tricycle racestake place duringOktoberfest in downtown Bend. Human participants will get first crack atthe race coursebeginning at 1:30 p.m. with asmany as 60 dachshundstaking their turn at4. "We don’t get that many preregistrations (available online oron› site an hourbeforethe start time)," said commu› nity outreachmanager Lynne Ouchida. The two eventshave become sopopular that organizers movedthe racecourse toOregon Street in order toaccom› modate morespectators. "People actually put their chairs outearly like they would at aconcert," Ouchida said."Wemoved it so peoplecangoup in the parkinggarage nearby andlookdownon the track." Entrance ineither contest costs $10with proceedsgoing tobenefit the HumaneSociety of Central Oregon.Prizesfor top finishers areprovided by Hutch’s BicycleStore. Contact: www.ben› doktoberfest.corn or 541› 330-7096. — Bulletin staff reports

As Bend modernizes into a more urban city, a trio of artists embrace its creative side By Will Rubin

Oregon in 2011.

The Bulletin

Now she has drawers full of colorful broken glass in her art room at home some shards from smashed shower doors, others vic›

Bend’s creative side had built momentum well before it became

one of the fastest growing cities in Oregon.

tims of her rock tumbler. The macabre attributes of her

The First Friday Art Walk initi›

ated by the Bend Gallery Associ› ation began in the mid-1990s. The

past life are rarely seen in her

nationally acclaimed Art in the

are of a bright sun, a shimmering tree and the aforementioned land›

work; her three large-scale mosaics

High Desert show debuted nearly a decade ago.

scape installation.

Since then, Bend’s art scene has

A coupleofherbootsbearthe mark of "Cinderella’s alter-ego,"

grown to support not only tradition› al painters and pottery-makers, but

but the majority show a side she’ d

repressed for so long. "It is very therapeutic for me,"

those willing to take artistic risks.

Below are three examples of art› ists exploring the avant-garde side

Keast said. e You use a whole

different side of your brain as an embalmer, a mortician, a cemetery

of Central Oregon: Joanie Keast, a

former mortician turned mosaicist; Robert Seliger, a woodworker for

counselor. Now I’m getting to use

the complete opposite side, and everything is more colorful and

the stars who just won a national

award for his craft, and kinetic sculptor Chris Cole, a former bike mechanic who still brings his handiwork to life.

cheerful than I think it was before."

One way in which the past and present coexist in her art is the

None of the these artists took a

necessary attention to detail. The

conventional path to his or her cho› sen art expressions. Making their

kitchen installation took the better

journey to success in the Central Or›

to finish, beginning with a rough sketchofKeast'sbroadideas.

part of a year to craft from start

egon art scene even more distinct.

The plans were then scaled out

Frommacabreto mosaics

with precise dimensions and dean lines with the help of her husband,

After more than two decades

working as a mortician in Palo

who used to be a general contrac›

Alto, California, Keast’s creative

side was being overrun by the emo› tional toll of her job. "There are a lot of sadness and memories in my head," she said Ryan Brennecke i The Bulletin sitting in her living room, a full› The War Vest Table built by Robert Seliger is on display at Mockingbird sized replica of an Egyptian sar› Gallery in Bend. cophagus sat just a few steps away.

tor. The largest pieces, like the Three Sisters, are put together in her art room before going on the walls. Smaller details can be ad› dressed on the wall itself. All sorts of rock and glass› some shaped meticulously, others shards that found a home popu›

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classes at the Oakland Institute of

mosaic art of all shapes and sizes, such as studded and spiked boots of striking color and a 96-square›

entire kitchen wall in her Sisters home.

Mosaic Art, but was never able to

Keast dabbled with art while

commit full time until she and her husband, Brian, moved to Central

of animals and trinkets throughout the piece, induding small represen› tations of herself and Brian atop the South Sister. SeeCreativity /D4

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Ra iesta is esnon-Zionistcon re ationinU.S. It may be the only oneof its kindinthe U.S. By Manya Brachear Pashman

of people, which was part of the point," he said. "We were making a moral statement at a desperate time."

so endemic to the whole in›

Chicago 7/ibune

stitution," said Lynn Pollack, one of the founding members vanished below the horizon of Tzedek Chicago. "You can’ t one recent Friday night, Rab› find one that honestly discuss› bi Brant Rosen looked out es what’s going on in Israel over the standing-room-only and our obligation to speak crowd packedinto the mug- out about it." gy basement of a Lutheran Jonathan Sama, a profes› church in the city’s Lincoln sor of American Jewish histo› Square neighborhood. ry at Brandeis University, said On the eve of Rosh Ha› theremay be a growing numshana, the Jewish New Year, ber of Jews who disagree with they had come from m i les Israeli policies. But it would be around to learn more about a mistake to assume a large a new congregation, focused percentage want to distance on supporting human rights, themselves from the need for named Tzedek Hebrew for a Jewish state, he said. "I hope that this new con› justice. But members of the Tzedek Chicago congregation gregation really wrestles with also are defined by what they those complexities," he said. question: steadfast loyalty to "The folks who think it’s a an ethnic Jewish state. morality tale of good and bad Members of the non-Zionist and right and wrong and easy congregation believed to be solutions they’ re simply CHICAGO

the only one of its kind in the U.S. seek to separate their

Judaism from Jewish politi› cal nationalism. Instead, they

hope to focus their energy and efforts on relieving poverty, engendering equality and fos› tering peace and justice both locally and worldwide. "Our raison d’ etre is not

opposing Zionism," said Ros› en, 52, who left his longtime

north suburban Evanston synagogue last year amid growing concern about his pro-Palestinian activism. "It’ s a core value that fits into a largercore value of anti-rac-

ism and anti-oppression. We point that out because Israel is doing it in our name as Jews."

The emergence of Tzedek Chicago underscores the growing rift in the American Jewish community over the Middle East conflict, the nu› clear accord with Iran and,

more broadly, the concept of inclusion. Founders hope that by opening the doors of the new congregation during the Jewish High Holy Days, a time for reflection and atone›

ment, Jews across the spec› trum will


f i n d a s anctuary

where they can openly con› template nagging questions and unpopular views about the Holy Land.

"There are many congrega›

tions that you can go to where the blind support of Israel is

But by then, members of


JRC began to question Rosen’s

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commitment to the congrega› tion. Rosen realized he could

As the sun

not stay. After 17 years, he

resigned. Later last fall, he be› came midwest regional direc› tor of the American Friends Service Committee, the social


justice arm of the Quakers, a /’

Christian denomination. "This work allows me to

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be my authentic self," he said.


"I can be a part of the social

justice community in ways I wasn’t before. It’s a meaning›


ful professional home. But at

heart I’m a congregational rabbi." Tzedek Chicago fills a void for Rosen and others, includ› ing Ashley Bohrer, 27. A doctoral candidate in phi› Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune via Tribune News Service

ill-informed and not liable to

Rabbi Brant Rosen ofTzedek Chicago says a prayer among a group of activists on the corner of North

be helpful or persuasive." A synagogue that does not champion Israel as a Jewish homeland might seem incon› gruous, but Rosen and his congregants insist Zionism and Judaism don’t go hand in hand. The original pillars of the Reform Jewish movement drafted in the 19th century ex› plicitly defined Judaism as a religion, not a nation, and said there was no expectation of a

Broadway Street and West Wilson Avenue In Uptown during a Moral Mondays protest In Chicago. Tzedek is possibly the only non-ZIonist congregation In the U.S.

Jewish state.

Land. He lived on kibbutzim

losophy at DePaul University, Bohrer grew up so immersed in Zionism that she thought

she could no longer be Jew› ish if she questioned Israeli policies in the Palestinian ter›

victory in the Six-Day War

against Syria, Jordan and Egypt in 1967, he said. For Rosen, who grew up in the Reform movement in Los

Angeles, Israel was a central part of hi s Jewish identity.

He was 8 years old when he made his first trip to visit fam› ily and friends in the Holy

stand it because I’ ve been just ritories. It was her activism "As a peace activist in this as responsible as anyone else with like-minded Jews that for perpetrating it." brought her back to the faith. country, I would habitually let In 2009, he and another rab› She is grateful to have a Israel off the hook," he said. In meetings Rosen and his fel› bi organized a communal fast destination for the High Holy low Zionists often referred to to protest Israel’s blockade of Days where she won’t have to the Palestinian birthrate as a Gaza. And on Yom Kippur of prayforthe state of Israelor demographic threat, a man› that year, Rosen called on the where bowing toward the ark tra he realized over time was faithful to do more than fast, doesn’t mean also bowing to› but also to reflect on Israel’s ward the Israeli flag that often unconscionable. "If I talked about people military actions. flanks a synagogue’s pulpit. "A lot ofJews across the "For, painful as it is for us here in the U.S. being a demo› graphic threat, that would be to admit, Israel’s behavior country and across the world considered downright racist," in Gaza has consistently be› feel unwelcome in Jewish in› he said. "To treat a group of trayed our shared Jewish eth› stitutional spaces if they’ re an› people as a threat for no oth› ical legacy," he wrote in an op› ti-occupation," she said. Rosen hopes to show Jews who have er reason than their identity, ed in the Chicago Tribune. that’s ethically problematic." Taking members of the Jew› felt disenfranchised that reli› In December 2008, shortly ish Reconstructionist Congre› gion can still be a "sustaining identity.

After millions of European for two years and in his early Jews had perished in the Ho› 20s considered moving there locaust in the 1940s, leaders of permanently. the American Reform move› Becoming a rabbi was the ment first adopted a pro-Zion› last thing he thought he’ d ist stance. do when he was young. But "A lot of American Jews when he studied with f irst› came to the conclusion if we’ d year rabbinical students in had a Jewish state we’d have a Israel, he was sold. He chose after Israel launched a mili› placeforallofthese refugees," t o pursue ordination in t h e tary campaign in Gaza, Ros› Sama said. Reconstructionist movement, en decided he could no longer But not all American Jews where he found his spiritual stay silent. Israel was reacting felt that way. Chicago philan› home. to rockets fired into southern thropist Lessing Rosenwald, R econstructionists te a c h Israel by Hamas, which gov› a former chairman of Sears, that God is a life force that in› erns the Gaza territory, but Roebuck & Co., led an anti-Zi› spires everyone to make the Rosen said the response was onist association, the Ameri› world a better place. In 1992, excessive. "We good li beral Jews are can Council for Judaism, that he was ordained and in 1998 still exists today. Sama said became the spiritual leader of ready to protest oppression those Jews believed that "na› the Jewish Reconstructionist and human-rights abuse any› tionalism has been a cause of Congregation in Evanston. where in the world, but are a lot of wars" and advocated As an adult he fought hard all too willing to give Israel a for Jews as a religious com› for a peaceful two-state solu› pass," Rosen wrote on his blog, munity, not a nation. tion between Israelis and Shalom Rav. "It’s a fascinating Zionism became m ore Palestinians. But he also har› double-standard, and one I un› mainstream a f t e r Is r a el’s bored doubts about his Zionist derstand all too welL I under›

gation to the West Bank in

2010, he said, was one of the proudest moments of his rab›

binical career.

When Israel and H amas clashed anew in 2014, Rosen

shelter in the storm."

"I really believe in my heart there’s a place for a congrega› tion like this," he said. "I don’ t want to just create another

orthodoxy." "I’m hoping to create a mod› again responded, helping or› ganize an effort to disrupt a el that I believe serves a sig› fundraiser for the Jewish Fed› nificant portion of the Jewish eration of Metropolitan Chica› community that ha s p r evi› go featuring Chicago Mayor ously been unheard and un› Rahm Emanuel and Ameri› served," he added. "My hope can-born Israeli politician Mi› for the new year is we tap into chael Oren. Rosen live-tweet› that community. We provide ed and shot video of protesters a place for them. We give a shouting, "I’m a Jew. Shame voice for them and allow them to connect Jewishly in ways on you." "It was upsetting to a lot

they haven’t been able."

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8;30 Worship Center 10:30 Contemporary Service Worship Center 10:30 Traditional Service Historic Chapel Nursery 8 Children’s Church Pastors: Chris Blair and Trey Hinkle 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548-3066

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"In the Evangelical Catholic Tradition" Father Jim Radloff Father Mark Hebert REGULAR SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE

9:00 am Family Oriented Service 5:00 pm Young Adult, Youth 8 Family Oriented Service Bend Senior Center 1600 SE Reed Market Road Weekday Mass In our new Chapel in the Church ONce Monday at 7:00 am with Fr Mark Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at noon with Fr Jim RayarnaginMassat Fr Mark's Thursday 6:00 pm Please call the office for details. BIBLE STUDY

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Evening Session Deschutes County Library 6:30-8:00 pm CHURCH OFFICE 587 NE Greenwood Bend (across from Croutons)

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sacred of all is the temple inside you, because this is where you meet with the Holy Spirit, the Voice of God" Harold Klemp "Spiritual Experiences Guidebook"

’Spiritual Discussion" "Transforming Your Life with the Light and Sound of God" Wednesday, Sept. 23, 6:30-7:30pm *Community HU Song* Thurs. Oct. 29, 6:30-7:30pm ’ Spiritual Discussion *

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Potluck Suppers, Centering Prayer, Outreach, Music, Book Discussions, "Spirit" ed Conversations, Justice and Eco-Justice Activities, Women’s Group and more... www.trinitybend.org www.facebook.corn/TrinityBend mlnlstryCatrinltybend.org 541-382-5542 469 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701


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

Sunday Worship: Sunday School at 10:00 AM Worship Service at 11:00 AM For BotkChildrenand Adults Weekly Programs: Tuesday Youth Night at 5:00 PM Wednesday Women’s Group at 9:30 AM ThursdayMen'sGroup at2:00 PM For more Information: www.facebook.corn/ TheSalvationArmyCentralOregon

Rabbi Jay Shupack› Bend’s First Resident Rabbi Rebbitzin - Judy Shupack

Services: Torah Study Every Saturday Morning at 10 AM, unless otherwise noted

Sunday, September 27th Community School Sukkah Activity 3PM to 5PM

NKW HOPE EVANGELICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd. 541-389-3436

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

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

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Worship in the Heart of Redmond Sunday Worship Services at 10:00 am Children’s Room available during services Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages Coffee, snacks and fellowship after each service M-W-F Women’s Exercise 9:30 am WednesdayBible Study atnoon 3rd Thursday Women’ s Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rdTuesday 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


Sunday, 10:30 am Antioch Building 255 SWBluff D rive,Bend

Visitors Welcome! 541-241-6210 www.bendmennonltechurchCagmall.corn Visit our Facebook page: Bend Mennonite Church

Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you’ re interested in learnintg he Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at:

Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd., Bend, OR 97701 Our Shabbat Services are on Saturdaymornings 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

All Services held at our Dedicated Synagogue Building


21555 Modoc Lane (Corner of Ward and Modoc in Bend) unless othenvise noted.

At La Roca Church 1155 SW Division, „D8, 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


(In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW BondStreetBend, OR

Rabbi Johanna Hershenson



Everyone is Welcome! Rev. Dave Beckett


Tuesday, September 22 7:00 pm: Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur Wednesday, September 23 10;00 am: Yom Kippur M orning Service I:30 pm: Family Jonah Service

3:00pm: Afternoon Service 4:30 pm: Memorial/Yizkor Service 5:15 pm: Neilah Service 6:00 pm: Break-The-Fast Dinner; Reservations required Every Monday 12:00 - I:00 pm - Weekly Torah Study Call for information and location Registration beginning now for Sunday school and Hebrew School Classes begin week of 10/4 For the complete schedule of Services and Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org Unless otherwise noted, all services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street 541-388-8826

Sermon: "Three Simple Rules: Do Good" Scripture: 3 John 11 Sermon Idea: John Wesley created practices that guided Methodist Christians in following the way of Jesus in 18th century England and America. Three simple rules. Donoharm. Dogood. Stayinlovewith God. Could these simple rules be a guide for our lives? 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 & Fellowship

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Dave Beckett firstchurchfibendumc.org

BEND CHURCHOF THK NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 Street 541-382-5496


Themission oj tkeCkurck is to forgive sinstkroayk theGospelandthereby grant eternal life. St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10

Pastors Lts. Jeremy and Violet Aird


Messianic Synagogue

The Rev. Jed Holdorph II, Rector


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



Youth Events: www.facebook.corn/BendYouthCollective

Men’s Bible Study "Reformation Roots" Wednesday 8;00 a.m.

Please Visit: www.jccobend.corn

Weare a conrnrunity ojCkr(stianswko welcome diversity intheologyand world view.

Wednesday Noon Eucharist (in the Trinity chapel please use St. Helens St. entrance)

Women’s Bible Study "Men of the Bible" Tuesday 9:30 a.m.

For information, call 541-385-6421


57255 Fort Rock Road 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."

Sunday Morning Worship

We Welcome Newcomers, Interfaith Families and Jews by Choice Participation Encouraged

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


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



Sunday Services: 8am and 10:15am Sunday Adult Forum: 9:15am Childcare available both services

CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20, Bend 541.389.8241

Sunday School 2 years-5th grade Nursery 0-2 years

18143 Cottonwood Rd. Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5;30 pm Sunday Mass 8:00 am

120 Mississippi Drive Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm

GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862


Tuesday, September 22nd Yom Kippur› Coming in 2016: an Oregon Regional Kol Nidre 6:30 Sharp! Seminar "How to Survive Spiritually in Our Times" Wednesday, September 23rd Yom Kippur With guest speaker Rodney lones, Day Service 10AM, Children’s Service I I AM Eckankar Clergy, Jazz guitarist from New York City Wednesday, September 23rd Yom Kippur Ne’ilah Service 6:45PM followed by April 15-17, 2016 Break-the-Fast University Place Hotel Near the Portland State University Campus Friday, September 25th Come Help Build Portland, Oregon The Sukkah!


Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery Lead Pastor Dr. Barry Campbell Worship Saturday 7 PM. Worship Sunday 8, 9:30 F 11 A.M.

September 20, 2015 at Westside Church -SOUTH CAMPUS Pastor Steve Mickel will share the second message in the Life Is... series, titled "Life is People" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE 3rd St., Bend.

September 19-20, 2015 at Westside Church - ONLINE CAMPUS Experience the Join us at our online campus where Pastor Steve Mickel will share the second message Lightand Sound of God "Learn to go inside yourself, because this is in the Life Is... series, titled "Life is People" at 6:30pmSaturday and 9 and 10:45am on the source of all truth. There are a lot Sunday at www.westsidelive.org of holy temples out here, but the most

PRINEVILLE: All events at 175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr.

Touchmark River Lodge 9:30-11:00 am

September 19-20, 2015 at Westside Church - WEST CAMPUS Pastor Steve Mickel will share the second message in the Life Is... series, titled "Life is People" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9and 10:45am Sunday atW estside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

Open briefly after Sunday Service

You’ re invited to the following events

Look fonvard to seeing you this Sunday!


Reading Room: 1563 NW First St. Tues. through Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm

Next Session October 13 Falling Upward by Richard Rohr Contact prayerCaholycommunionbend.org for more information

Ponderosa Park October 4 at I pm


Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided.

2nd Tuesday of each month

COMING UP Pet Blessing

Visit www.westsidechurch.org for service times and locations, or call 541-382-7504.

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


Contemporary Service - 10:00am Children’s Ministry from Nursery-5th Grade Lower Campus

62425 Eagle Road

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


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.

10 am Sunday School 11 am Divine Service

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

The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor 8286 11th Street (Grange Hall) Terrebonne, OR www.lutheransonline.corn/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773

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

8:45 AM and 10:45 AM

Wednesday Mid-Week Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 PM

Nursery Care Provided for All Services Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur www.clcbend.corn


(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 & 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 Where Is Your Brother? Preaching is Jenny Warner 9:00am contemporary service, Sanctuary 10:45am traditional service, Sanctuary 6:00-7:00pm TAP, Heritage Hall Nursery care provided for all services Faith Shift Book Discussion

Wednesday, October 4-November 18, 7:00-8:30pm First Presbyterian Library Many of us who have found a Spacious Christianity have made a significant faith shift in our journey. This journey can be complex and confusing. Join Pastor Jenny 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 )warnerfibendfp.org or 541 382 4401.

Happy Learner’s Preschool A quality preschool program in a safe, loving, environment for children of lower income families. Our low tuition is based on a sliding scale. We haveopenings in two dasses,

one for 3 year olds in themorning and one for 4 year olds in the afternoon three days a week. Call Al Sandner Ca 541 312 4712,

Labyrinth MoonsetF Moonrise Walks Meet others at the labyrinth just below First Presbyterian’s parking lot for a meditative walk. September 28, 8:00pm, October 10morning retreat 9:00am noon October 27, 8:00pm. Find more at bendfp.org. 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend, 541.382.4401

www.bendfp.org www.facebook.corn/bendfp Youth Events: www.facebook.corn/ bendyouth collective


"Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" We are a Welcoming Congregation Sunday, September 20 at 10;30am "The Promise of This Moment" - Rev. Antonia Won, Minister In stormy times, we promise children that things will "be alright", while prophets often prophesy that things will go wrong. What we promise depends on whose view of the future we listen to, what we hope for, looking ahead, and what we commit to. Religious Exploration Grades K-3 will talk about the changing of the seasons with books, music, and art. Grades 4-8 will talk about how religions arise in response to fundamental needs for meaning, and ask whether religion is a human requirement.

Meeting place: 61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend 97701 Maih P.O. Box 428, Bend OR 97709 www.uufco.org (541) 385-3908


Forfiend(y,small-group worship where Jaitk,keari and brains a(Jcount. Carne and experiencekowprogressive ChristiansJoveand serve. All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. On October 20th, join us for the annual outing› worship and potluck picnic. Worship is at 11 a.m.

followed by food, fellowship and meeting (optional). For details and a map, call 541-504-4723. On October 4th, APUCC returns to the regular meeting hall: The Juniper Room of Redmond’s St. Charles Hospital 1253 NW Canal Blvd. Use the Kingwood entrance.

For details and possible help with car-pooling, email: allpeoplesuccCagmai(.corn website: www.allpeoples-ucc.org



Creativity Continued from 01 "I can spend hours," Keast

ever, as he won first place in

Chris Cole, kinetic sculptor www.chriscoledesigns.corn Robert Seiiger, woodworker www.robertseliger.corn

Conference in Jackson Hole,

said, "and I’m very meticulous Wyoming, for his ’War Chest" about it. I’ ve always been very sofa table. "We were completely blown creative, ever since I was a child, but I never had the time to away when they announced it," Seliger said. "It just gives me explore it." Still new to the local art the exposure on a national lev› scene, Keast is hoping to gain el. It’s an accomplishment that I more of a foothold in the mar› could have never, ever dreamed ket via commissioned pieces of in my wildest dreams. I could and continued exposure. hope for it, but I could never One could say she’s dead set think it was accomplishable." on turning her therapy into a Seliger said the idea for his secondcareer.A privateunveil- award-winning table came to ing of her latest work this eve› him in a dream; a vision, as he ning is bound to give her a little calls it. He saw a Native Amer› more exposure. ican chief preparing for battle,

A dream come true

Artist wedsites:

the woodworking category at the prestigious Western Design

Joanie Keast, mosaicist

Chris Cole Studios / Submitted photo

"Stanley" is a motorized fishlike creature whose dorsal and pec› toral fins, tail, eyes, and mouth move. The parts Chris Cole used

to make the sculpture are salvaged motorcycle and bicycle parts, salvaged steel, hand cut and formed steel and laser cut steel.

wearing a traditional beaded war vest.

"The extreme detail his vest Robert Seliger has made woodworking and carving his had with the bones and the lifelong pursuit since working beading stood out," he said. "I with American furniture icon woke up the next day and want› Sam Maloof as a teenager in ed to find a way to incorporate Aspen, Colorado.

that into a table design that

]udgmg. "Walking in and walking down the aisles of displays, I thought I was going to get laughed out of the building, out of Jackson Hole," he said.

Seliger brought his craft to Central Oregon in 1990 when he and his wife, Kathy, made a ranch in’Italo their home. Seliger married the sister of

would highlight that detail."

"There are people at the very

rently on display at the Mock› ingbird Gallery in downtown Bend along with a "Mocking› bird Altar" table he built specif›

ically for display in the gallery. Seliger also still makes and sells the design he said first proved to him he could make

top of their fields who do this what Seliger credits for his show for 20 years and never it as a woodworker, a "Whale› bone" trestle-base dining table. career-defining win e arlier even get second place." That attention to detail is

this month. He used a process Hollywood actor Steven Sea› called full-relief carving re› gal; his handmade "Mt. Shas› moving the material around ta" chairs grace the "Above the the pattern rather than carving Law" star’s dining room. Not it in on the drawers to repli› that anyone would know; he catethe bone and bead patterns

After the initial shock of his

victory sunk in, Seliger was faced with a salesman’s dream

"To win this award in my field, it’s the highest achieve› ment that I can reach," Seliger


ber, Chris Cole, of Bend, has build what I want to build and been aself-described tinkerer. if people like it, they can buy it." Drawn t o e l ectricity and His commissioned work motors from a young age, he tends to be among his most began working on bicydes as a prolific though; Barneys New department store employee be› York in New York City had fore he began high school and him build a 6-foot-tall snowy continued as a mechanic after owl last year for its holiday sea› his dassroom days were over. son display. "They had no intentions of Art was always the goal though, and he started mak› keeping the thing, so they just ing kinetic sculptures out of old gave methepiece back,"Cole drive trains and other materials said. "They commissioned me, he could find. paid me, I delivered it, and then "At first they were basically they didn’t have room to store motorized contraptions using it." bike parts and what I knew The first two sculptures Cole about them," Cole said. "It made remain in his possession slowly evolved from making as reminders of how far he’ s abstract machines into making come. The first piece he sold creatures and what I do now." was a small, abstract box that The vast majority of Cole’s a friend bought for $150. work today centers around Today, he spends at least three animals: fish, birds and two months on each creation dogs. Inspiration can come and sells them for as much from anywhere, he says, citing as $25,000 through one gal› Jack, a hummingbird that nest› lery in Astoria and another in

d ilemma. Demand for h i s work that table in particular

said. "I found a way to express ed at the University of Arizona, as what led to his humming›

"I feel pretty darn lucky to

shot through the roof, but it takes him two to three months

that does not hang on a wall, bird sculpture by the same but that people can see, touch name. and feel every day of their lives." Few of Cole’s sculptures have such a clear backstory. He

be able to do this as my full› time job," Cole said. "I can’ t

says he’s enjoyed an anony› he saw in his sleep. mous life in Central Oregon to Despite the pride he felt in to handcraft each one. this point in time. his work, Seliger was unsure The one he entered in the Recentaccolades have thrust of himself after seeing the other contest was bought after a bid› Seliger into the spotlight, how› entries in the exhibit hall before ding war and another is cur›

my art form in a functional way

Agearheadand hisgizmos

prefers not to build on commis›

For as long as he can remem› sion because he would "rather


think of anything I’d rather do than workfrom home and build whatever I want out of whatever materials I have."

VoLUNTEER SEARGH The organizations listed areseeking volunteers for avariety of tasks. Changes, additions or deletions should be emailed tovolunteer@bendbulletin. corn or call 541-383-0350.


CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ACTIONTHROUGH ADVOCACY: 541-385-4741. ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory@ cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. AFS-USA: www.afsusa.erg er Caitlin Krutsinger, 503-419-9514. ALYCE HATCHCENTER:Andy Kizans, 54 i-383-1980. ASSE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM:www.asse. corn or WendyLarson, 541-480-0959. BEND PARKftRECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-312-6047 (Bend), 541-447-3851,ext. 333 (Prinevillej or 541-325-5603 (Madras). BOY SCOUTSOF AMERICA:Paul Abbott, paulabbott@scouting.erg or 541-382-4647. BOYS ft GIRLS CLUBS OF BEND: www.bgcbend.org, 541-617-2877 ext. 10. CAMP FIRE USA CENTRAL OREGON: campfire'bendcable.corn or 541-382-4682. CASA(COURTAPPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES): www. casaofcentraloregon.org or 54 i-389-1618. CENTRALOREGON SHRINERS RUN FOR ACHILD:shrinersrunforachild@ gmail.corn or 541-205-4484. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLE OF FRIENDS: Beth, beth' acircleoffriendsoregon.corn or 54 I-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTYSHERIFF’S OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPY' deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM: Steve Guzanskis, 541-678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS: 541-389-8146. GIRLSON THE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY: www.deschutescountygotc org or eusselman@bgcbend.org. GRANDMA’S HOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERTTEENSVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www.highdesertmuseum. org or 541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParentTraining and

Information Center, 888-505-2673. JBAR JLEARNINGCENTER: Lachlan Leaver, lleaver@jbarj.org or 541-389-1409. JUNIORACHIEVEMENT:www. jaorswwa.erg or Liz Lotechinski, 541› 678-2256, llotochinski@ja-pdx.org. JUNIPERSWIM 8tFITNESS CENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER: Charissa Miler, cmiller@kidscentecorg or 541-383-5958. LA PINEHIGHSCHOOL:Jeff Bockert, 541-355-850 I. MEADOWLARK INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM: Teal Buehler, 541-617-9576. M OUNTAINSTARFAMILY RELIEF NURSERY: 541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext. 115. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE: 541-548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: http: //extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READTOGETHER:541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 541-923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER:Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE: 541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREERPARTNERSHIP: Kent Child, 541-355-4158. SMART (STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org er 541-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VINA LUPWA HOMES: www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-9634. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.

ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAYa NEUTERPROJECT: 541-617-1010. BRIGHTSIDEANIMAL CENTER: 541-923-0882 or volunteer' b rig htsideanimals.erg. CAT RESCUE,ADOPTION 8EFOSTER TEAM (CRAFT):www.craftcats.org, 541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CENTRALOREGON NORDIC CLUB TRAIL ANDSHELTERMAINTENANCE: conordicclub'gmail.corn or www. conordicclub.org. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 541-410-4122. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 541-330-0017. DESCHUTES NATIONAL FOREST: Jean Nelson-Dean,541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBON SOCIETY:www.ecaudubon.org or 541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTALCENTER: www.envirocentecorg or 541-385-6908. EQUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. corn, joan'equineoutreach.corn or 541-419-4842. FENCES FORFIDO: La Donna, 503› 314-7105 or fencesforfido.org. FRIENDSOFTHECENTRALCASCADES WILDERNESS: centralcascades. org, info'centralcascades.orgor 541-390-2400. HIGHDESERT MUSEUM: ShannonCampbell, scampbell@ highdesertmuseum.org or 541-382› 4754 ext. 391. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON: Jen, jennlfer@hsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOFTHE OCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9 I I5. MUSTANGS TOTHERESCUE: www.mustangstotherescue.org or 541-330-8943. PACIFICCREST TRAIL ANGELS: Brian Douglass, bdouglass2014' centurylink.net or 541-213-8510.

PRINEVILLE BLM:www.birn.gov/or/ districts/prineville/recreation/host.php or 541-416-6700. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING:LexaMcAllister, Imcallister'cocc.edu or 541-9 I4-6676. SUNRIVER NATURECENTER 8t OBSERVATORY: 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: TomMottl, 541-416-6859.

HEALTH AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY: Charlie Johnson, 541-434-3114. AMERICANCANCER SOCIETY'S RELAYFORLIFE: Lauren Olander, lauren.olander'cancer.org or 541-728-4378. AMERICANRED CROSS: MaryTyler, 541-749-4111. THE BLOOMPROJECT:LizTaylor, I.taylor@thebloomproject.org or 541-480-6312. HEART 'N HOME HOSPICE ft PALLIATIVE CARE:www.gohospice. corn or 541-508-4036. HOSPICEOF REDMOND-SISTERS: www.redmondhospice.org orVolunteer Coordinator at 541-548-7483. MOUNTAINVIEWHOSPITAL:Jooee Tittle, 541-475-3882, ext. 5097. MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL HOSPICE: 541-460-4030 or Teri Schultz, tschultz@mvhd.org or 541› 475-3882, ext. 5327. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: Eileen White, namicentraleregon' gmail.corn. PARTNERS INCARE:www. partnersbend.org orJason Medina, jasonm'partnersbend.org or 541-382-5882. RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE:Teresa Braun, 541-318-4950. ST. CHARLESIN BENDAND ST. CHARLESIN REDMOND: 541-706-6354. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, 541-585-9008.

ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND HERITAGE 88.9KPOV, BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIOSTATION:info@kpov.org or 541-322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOFTH EREDMOND FRIENDSOF THELIBRARY: Linda Barker, 541-312-1064. ARTS CENTRAL STATION: 541-61 7-131 7. CASCADES THEATRICAL COMPANY: 541-389-0803. CENTRAL OREGONSYMPHONY ASSOCIATION: Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: 541-389-1813, 10a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday throughSaturday. DESCHUTESPUBLICLIBRARY SYSTEM: 541-312-1039. FRIENDSOF THE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrachat 541-61 7-7047. HIGH DESERTCHAMBER MUSIC: www.highdesertchambermusic. corn or Isabelle Senger atinfo' highdesertchambermusic.corn or 541-306-3988. HIGH DESERTMUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINEPUBLICLIBRARY:Cindylu, 541-317-097. I LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Brad, 541-382-4366. OREGON PARTNERSOF AMERICA: www.oregonpartners.net or Ruby Price, 503-580-9445 or LeeHaroun, 541-598-7785. REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:541-312-1060. REDMOND INTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE (R.LC.E.): Barb, bonitodia'msn.corn or 541-447-0732. TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700.

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Connections Continued from 01 Technology, of course, has countless benefits, but when it

Dr. Lisa Strohman, founder and director of the Technology Wellness Center in Scottsdale, Arizona

comes to communication it can "become a crutch when used as

the only form of social contact one has," said Erika Martinez,

a clinical psychologist based in Miami. Some people may prefer interacting online or via



relationships our ability to createthose — are impeded when the majority of our con›

versation is done through text," Floyd said. Several years ago, Floyd conducted a survey for skin care products firm Nivea on

text because they feel less vul›

nerable that way. "Interacting in person scares some people because they’ re afraid of rejection, ridicule or judgment by others," Martinez

how A mericans felt

tionships, we need them, Floyd said. When you are lonely, "you are missing something that is fundamentally necessary for your life," he said. "When people feel deprived of meaningful connection with

others, they don’t take care a b out of themselves as well as they

affection and touch. The re› should," Floyd writes. Lonely


Those with social anxiety may feel more comfortable

sults showed that 3 in 4 adults agreed that "Americans are

people tend to exercise less,

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drink more, are more likely to in a state of affection hunger." smoke and eat more of their online because it allows them Technology has countless benefits, but when it comes tocommunication, it can "become a crutch Peoplereported having more daily calories as fat, Floyd says to present the best versions of when used as the only form of social contact one has," said Erika Martinez, a clinical psychologist. physical contact with their cell› in his book. They are also more themselves. They can deliber› phones than other people. likely to have sleep disorders, ate over every word and make Even if we put down our lap› chronic pain or a weaker im› sure every photo is near-per› out together or learning about pie to feel alone when they’ re phone for distraction. tops, tablets and phones, we mune system. "The deepest forms of con› may still seek out technology to fection. But logging on to the others’ successes online can together. So what can we do to not Internet, especially social me› make us feel even lonelier or Devoting tech-free time to nection are still face to face," distract us from being truly to› feel so alone’? One of the best dia, to find companionship can depressed. the people you love is crucial, Michaelis said. "We read each gether, focused on each other. ways to invite more affection is "Sitting on the couch at night to give more, Floyd said. Invite backfire. Smartphones are the ul- said Ben Michaelis, clinical other’s face and body lan› "People find t hemselves timate adult pacifier. They psychologist and author of guage;we appreciate context watching TV or streaming Net› people over or to do activities comparing their lives with allow us to get lost anytime, "Your Next Big Thing: Ten and nuance in ways that flat flix while you sit next to your with you, like going for a hike others more and more, which anywhere in pockets of the Small Steps to Get Moving c ommunications that c o m e significant other is not quality or out to dinner. can then create anxiety, de› Internet, and they rescue us and Get Happy" (Wolf Street through our computers and de› time," Strohman said. And when you do have the pression and more intense feel› from ever being alone with our Press). That means spending vices don’t allow." Humans are social crea› chance to spend time with "The things that c harac› tures, so we don’t just enjoy someone, for goodness’ sake, ings of loneliness," Strohman thoughts. time with the people who mat› said.Seeing photos of friends They can also cause peo› ter most, without using your terize our most substantial social interactions and rela› put down your phone. Fotolia

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Somet in oreve oneatEmm Awar s TV SPOTLIGHT

drama acting honors.

edy, lead actor, writing and other trophies.

"I gotta win! I gotta win for

"67th Emmy Awards" 5 p.m. Sunday, Fox

history!" an exuberant Hen›

At last Sept. 12’s creative arts Emmy Awards for tech›

son said when asked about the

prospect during an "Empire" panel last May.

By Lynn Elber The Associated Press


That a n If w e and let’ s

face it, we do then Sunday’s Emmy Awards ceremony will have something for everyone. The masterful storytelling of television’s second golden age rightfully will be center stage, with leading contenders including "Game of Thrones," "Orange Is the New Black" and the final season of "Mad Men." But growing pressure on

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Taraji P. Henson, left, as Cookie Lyon, and Terrence Howard, as

Lucious, in the season finale episode of "Empire." Henson is nomi› nated for an Emmy Award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series for her role in the show.

Record-keepers may find much to occupy themselves versity, and Emmy voters’ re› withthethree-hour ceremony sponse, will be a crucial part airing 5 p.m. Sunday on Fox. of the ceremony as well. The Andy Samberg (currently of transgender comedy "Trans› "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," former› parent" is up for top honors, ly of "Saturday Night Live" ) is

Emmys is that, finally, ’Game of Thrones’ will win. Finally,

and two black actresses are

be one of the most popular Em› mys ever because of fan favor› ites prevailing," O’ Neil said. A "Game of Thrones" vic› tory, a follow-up to the 2005

as Amazon’s "Transparent"

and Netflix series including "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black" gnaw away at the prestige awards that for

parent" role as a cross-dresser. "I love to be in a show that

is a voice of understanding, compassion and radical inclu›

But "no matter what hap›

media to reflect American di›

hoping they can break the white-only hold on a major category. The digital-revolution van› guard will be out in force,

actor turns, Bradley Whitford A fr i c an-Ameri› was honored for his "Trans›

can actress has yetto receive the award is offensive, said Gabourey Sidibe, who plays Becky on "Empire."

look to television for more than entertainment

nical achievements and guest

the host.

"Game of T hrones," or

"GOT," the shorthand used

by devotees of the HBO hit, could become the rare fantasy series to capture the top dra› ma award in its fifth nomina›

Jon Hamm will win. This could

best-drama win b y

tion. Eight-time nominee Jon Hamm of AMC’s "Mad Men"

gets a last shot at a trophy for his portrayal of a midcentury

a n other

genre series, the sci-fi saga "Lost," would keep "Mad Men" from earning its fifth trophy and setting a record as most honored drama ever. But other

a w ar d b r eak›

throughs would carry f ar greater weight.

Viola Davis, who stars as a decades were the exclusive do› man in crisis. cutthroat attorney in A BC’ s main of broadcast networks The tea leaves and odds are "How to Get Away With Mur› and cable channels. in their favor, said Tom O’ Neil, der," and Tariji P. Henson, un› That was until just two years whose Gold Derby website yielding matriarch Cookie in

ago, when Netflix muscled its handicaps Hollywood awards way in with "House of Cards" and other events. and "Arrested Development."

"The theme of this year’ s

Fox’s hip-hop family drama "Empire," are vying to be the first black woman to claim top

sion. We’ re not there yet, but

pens Emmy night, no matter nonjudgment day is coming!" what happens for another 100 Whitford said in accepting his Emmy nights, the work that award. both Taraji and Viola do is un› Changes in TV academy deniable," Sidibe said ’Itresday. voting rules could alter the "They are powerhouses and two top award outcomes. Pre› they are amazing people, and viously, a small number of the they will forever win, whether academy’s 18,000 members they win that night." watched DVDs of the nomi› It’s been a far longer wait for nated best comedy and drama women then it was for men. Bill series and voted by paper bal› Cosby’s legacy is under siege lot, said O’ Neil, author of "The now for alleged sexual assaults Emmys" reference book. (largely denied by him), but This time around, all acad› in 1966 he was the first Afri› emy members are eligible to can-American to be honored vote and will do so online, a as best actorin a drama series, change that could encourage "I Spy." more young members to par› Cosby won again, in 1967 ticipate and potentially boosts and ’68, with two other black the chances for less traditional actors following him after a series’ like "Game of Thrones." barren stretch of more than The Emmys would like to two decades: James Earl Jones see the devotion being accord› for "Gabriel’s Fire" in 1991 and ed TV binge-viewing, any› Andre Braugher for "Homi› one? converted into ratings. cide: Life on the Street" in 1996. Last year’s audience of 15.6 G ender-identity i ssu e s , million was the second-biggest brought increasingly to the for the awards in eight years, fore by Caitlyn Jenner and exceeded only by the 17.8 mil› others, will be part of the night lion who watched CBS’ tele› courtesy of freshman "Trans› cast of the 2013 ceremony, the parent," which stars Jeffrey beneficiary of the NFL game Tambor and is up for best com› that preceded it.

TV TODAY • More TV listingsinside Sports 8 p.m.on LIFE,Movie:"Ungodly Acts" Based somewhat on an actual incident, this 2015 thriller follows a police investigation into the mysterious death of 27-year› oldMelissaCooper,whose body is found hanging from a swing set. The death is ruled a suicide

until a youngmancomesforward

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Woman makes teen uncomfortable Dear Abby: I’m 16, go to high school, play football and make good grades. At church every Sunday, a lady who is one of my mom’s friends always makes a point of coming up to me to talk. She says things about me growing up to be a man, and asks me if I’m dat› DEPR me an extended hug. It’s really uncom›


fortable for me, and

embarrassing. I tried to talk to my mom about it, but she just said her friend is a

mon, wasn’t it, Mrs. Robinson?" ). like this don’t happen in our Then walk away. neighborhood." Dear Abby:I’ ve been living with Because you haven’t been able my boyfriendfor several years, to convince him to change his and he has this habit of not locking

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experience better relationships and an ability to create much more of what you want. You also enter a new12-year life and luck cycle. You’ ll feel the energy from this as soon as December, but the transit will be exact in August 2016. In the period before, eliminate what no longer works well in your life. Stars showthe kind If you are single, oftf syyou'ghsvs you could meet

of someone else’s way, especially if this person is prone to angry outbursts. Keep the moment light and easy. Tonight: Don’ t take yourself too seriously.

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wh a t deceptive. Lis t en to your ** So-so instincts with any * Difficult potential suitors. If you are attached, you and your sweetie often mysteriously disappear. You both enjoy your alone time together. SAGITTARIUSseems to uninten› tionally cause tension.

ARIES (March21-April 19) ** * * A conversation could be respon› sible for a gloomy mood. Just listen to your inner voice. You are likely to stun others with your behavior and at the same time lighten up the moment. Know that someonecould bem akinga fussabout your actions. Tonight: Be adventurous.

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CANCER (June21-July22) ** * Take the day off, and stop apolo› gizing for changing people’s schedules. Everyone needs to take time for him- or tion excels and helps others to understand you better. You’ ll receive appropriate responses. Tonight: Make it easy.

LEO (July23-Aug. 22) ** * * You have a talent for sniffing out fun, especially if you have aloved one around you. You might discover that this person is not feeling up to snuff. Do what› ever you can to help the emotional climate around the two of you. Tonight: Treat this

person to dinner. VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept. 22)

** * Tension builds around you, but you’ ll steer clear of this type of stress and negativity. Your sense of humor kicks in when an inevitable conflict of interest TAURUS (April 20-May20) ** * * You could be in the mood to ne› occurs. Why not allow everyone to have it gotiate a better resolution to an old prob› his or her own way for the next few days? Tonight: Let a friend take the lead. lem that continues to persist. The other party will let you know in his or her charm› LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.22) ing way that he or she is not interested. ** * * Communication flourishes to Go off and make the most of the moment. such an extent that you can’t be found Tonight: Not to be found. exceptbyphone.Even inthatcase,you GEMINI (May 21-June20) are unlikely to respond. Someone might ** * You could witness a backfire as inadvertently express hostile feelings. This person’s words seem twisted and not your ruling planet, Mercury, once more does the retrograde dance. Try to stay out grounded. Let it go. Tonight: Hang out.

** * * You see a situation quite differ› ently from how others see it. Your values often differ from those held by the people around you. Share your views, but un› derstand that others might find it hard to grasp them. Not everyone views things the way you do. Tonight: Make it your treat.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Dec. 21) ** * * You might be ready to forge ahead, butatwhatcost? Someone you care about easily could refuse to budge. On one level, you’ ll find this behavior to be a nuisance; on another level, you’ ll see that this person has avalid reason to be reluc› tant. Tonight: Honor your needs first.

GAPRjCORN (Dec.22-Jan. 19) ** * * Stay focused on what you want right now, even though you are likely to be surrounded by a bunch of people. Let go of a need to be serious, and allow yourself to touch base with your inner child. Some› one close will want to celebrate with you. Tonight: Play it low-key.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) ** * * * F riends rank high as a priority in an Aquarian’s life. You might be more dependent on them than you realize. When people surround you, you have little to complain about. Listen to a loved onewho

seems towant toshare somerecent hap› penings. Tonight: Celebration is in order!

PISCES (Feb.19-March20) ** * You might be somewhat hesitant to let it all hang out. Whether you are the host or hostess of a happening or simply responsible for one other person will make little difference. Your determination to facilitate an event or situation dominates. Tonight: A must show. ' King Features Syndicate

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Central Oregon’sGreenTour promotessustainability, representing the latest trendsin greenbuilding. By Gregg Morris, for The Bulletin Special Projects The Green Tour, formerly the Green R Solar Tour, is returning to Central Oregon for its 15th annual event and this time it’s anchoring on a week’s worth of energy education as part of the Bend Energy Challenge Week. Created to inform and educate Central Ore› gon homeowners on ways that they can use less energy and to expose the building and real estate industries to the latest trends in green building, the home tour is a perfect event to link with the Bend Energy Challenge, an effort being spear› headed by The Environmental Center. The Bend Energy Challenge, a t w o-year program to help Bend residents save energy and make theirhomes healthier and more comfortable, began January 1 of this year, and runs through December 31 of 2016. The challenge is a nationwide energy-saving competition put on by Georgetown University, known as the Energy Prize. Fifty communities, ranging from 5,000 to 250,000 people, are competing for a $5 million prize. Corvallis is the only other Oregon commu› nity participating. The competition analyzes data on actual electricity and natural gas use for all residential and local government accounts, using data gatheredin2013 and 2014 as a baseline. The Bend Energy Challenge Week kicks off Monday, September 21 with various work› shops featuring energy industry leaders and organizations. Tuesday, from 6 to 8 p.m. the kick-off event at the Bend Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore

gy Challenge project director. "People can learn about energy conservation and see it in action." The 2015 Green Tour will offer several new features for both adults and children. Adults can pick up a Green Energy Passport at the start of the tour and get it stamped at each home they visit. Prizes, such as a free home energy audit and LED light bulbs, will be awarded to those with the most stamps. Children will have an opportu› nity to participate in hands-on activities such as powering toys with solar energy, to see for them› selves how it works. Seven residential Bend homes, built and re› modeled in t r aditional craftsman to m odern styles, will be on display for interested tourgoers. The homes ranging from 939 to 3,821 square

will include beer, food carts, and information booths offering energy-saving tips. Eric Corey Freed, vice president of Global Communications at the International Living Futures Institute, is the scheduled keynote speaker. The week’s events culminate on Saturday with the Green Tour, which The Environmental Center took over from The High Desert Collab› orative of the Cascadia Green Building Council, a chapter of the United States Green Building Council. The tour not only fits with The Environ› mental Center’s mission and values, but allows the center’s volunteers and dedicated staff to en› sure its success. "The Tour is natural fit for us," said Lindsey Hardy, The Environmental Center’s Bend Ener›




feet and built between 1971 and 2015 will highlight the inspirational and educational event. Home designer Jason Offutt, of The Shel› ter Studio, links home energy savings from the personal impact of having lower power bills to a decreased demand for power companies to produce more power, which is then in turn linked to a reduced impact on the environment through results such as limiting the number of dams required. "Sustainable design and building is forward thinking," said Offutt, who designed three of the homes featured on this year’s green tour. "By us› ing better, longer lasting materials and systems — which oftenexceed code requirements — we instill longevity into the homes we’ re building. Then we areable to pass them on to future generations to enjoy, instead of leaving burdens for them to deal with. "Energy effi ciency is moving us alltoward a common goal," he added. In the spirit of the home tour and energy challenge, The Environmental Center offers these three easy energy-saving tips. First, convert your home from incandescent to LED lighting. Second, wash your clothes in cold water. And last, pro› gram your home’s thermostat in the winter. The 15th Annual Green Tour r un s Sat› urday, September 26,from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information on th e B end Energy Challenge and the Green Tour, please visit www.bendenergychallenge.org.


Windermere Central Oregon Real Estate is proud to announce that Governor Kate Brown appointed Lawnae Hunter as the newest industry member of the Oregon Real Estate Board. Ms. Hunter is co-owner of the Windermere offices in Bend and Redmond. She is also principal broker and owner of PLUS Property Management, serving Central Oregon and California’s Central Coast. With over 35 years of experience in general real estate brokerage, Ms. Hunter has extensive knowledge and experience in all facets of the industry. Her interest in economics and finance inspired her to found the Central Oregon Economic Forecast in 2008, which issues a yearly economic forecast for the region in coordination with the Center for Economic Forecasting at California Lutheran University. She currently serves as a board member for Co-Serve International and was granted an honorary doctorate degree from Kazakh-American Free University. I’ I’ I .






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NW-Euro Craftsman I Park Like Setting. 3 Price LAZY RIVER SOUTH L og Home o n 3 . 2 7 NE Bend I $379,000 Newer cus t om-built Reduced P rivate S etting w i t h NOTICE: Remodeled 3535y sq. Acres. Single level, 2570 sq.ft. custom home on over 1/2 b edroom, 2 bat h , $ 339,900. 79 2 N E Great Natural Light. $489,000 All real estate adver› log home ft. home with 4 bdrm+ hand-scribed acres, 2334 sq. ft. 4 1531 sq. ft. home on Majesty Lane. Large Traditional floor plan, tised here in is sub› Custom 3054 sq.ft. officeand 3 baths. home, 1488 sq. ft., 3 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath bdrm, 2 bath with 2 Pahlisch home 3.71 acres. Move in 0.21 acre lot at end of 3 bedroom, 3 bath ject to th e F ederal Award Hickory floors, granite winning open Master bath with large bdrms., 2 bath, open car detached garage, Fair Housing A c t, ready with newer ap› cul-de-sac, master on with play room and features oak flooring, which makes it illegal floor plan carpet, m ain, 4 b d rm, 2 .5 office. Large lot with jetted tub & new tile great room floor plan, counters pliances, shower. Media room, shop/barn setup for MLS 201408598 archways, formal din› to advertise any pref› 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, paint, an d m o r e. bath, 2184 sq.ft., open room for RV parking. family room, huge horses, backs to for› Matt Robinson, ing room and much erence, limitation or 4-car garage 24X48 detached shop great room upstairs, Natural landscaping kitchen with h a nd› est land for privacy, Principal Broker more. $265,000. MLS discrimination based MLS 201508580 with concrete floor private backyard. with a 3 car garage. crafted cabinets and n ew s e ptic h e at 541-977-5811 201507240. Pam on race, color, reli› Rosemary Goodwin, a nd l o f t are a s . Michelle White, Realtor $650,000. CALL 541-390-5286 granite cou n ters, pump, wood stove, Lester, Princ. Broker, gion, sex, handicap, Broker, Certified $319,000. CALL JAYNEE BECK AT walk-in pantry, sun› kid’s playhouse 8 C entury 2 1 Gol d familial status or na› Negotiator CAROLYN EMICK AT Winderm ere 541-480-0988 OR e 541-419-0717. MLS: r oom with hot t u b. more. Country Realty, Inc. tional origin, or inten› 541-706-1897 Central Oregon PETE VAN DEUSEN H ome ha s ce d a r www.johnlscott.corn/8 541-504-1338 201505645 Duke Real Estate AT 541 480-3538. tion to make any such eaves with copper ac› 2595. Shelley Arnold, Warner Realty MLS: 201 4 06052 MORRIS preferences, l i mita› -e cents. Exterior siding Broker 541-771-9329 Price Reduced Duke Warner Realty tions or discrimination. REAL ESTATE P enthouse Con d o› NORTH RIM ON AWon home, garages 8 John L. Scott Realty, minium in the Heart of $ 540,000. 216 N W BREY BUTTE. Ex› We will not knowingly storage bldg have just Bend Loop. B r i ght MORRIS accept any advertis› Bend! Premier setting Phils ceptional o n e-acre been painted. Watch and open floor plan, ing for r eal e state Need to get an ad REAL ESTATE with amazing western New construction! 4 homesite in the beau› the wildlife from the views, 2 master Take care of IA «A Q y ~ M ~ and southern moun› mtn bdrm + off ice and op- tiful North Rim Com› which is in violation of wrap-around deck or in ASAP? tain views. Features suites + o ffice/den, tion for 5th bdrm, 3.5 m unity, i n clo s e this law. All persons go to your private ac› your investments vaulted ceilings, 2120 are hereby informed OK Garage. Mini mart, include two d ecks, b ath, 2369 s q . f t . proximity to t e nnis cess to 300y sq. ft. of sq.ft. with the help from home with many up› court a n d park that all dwellings ad› fuel and m e chanic two bedro o ms, Michelle Little Deschutes River White, Realtor Fax It to 541-322-7253 vertised are available shop, upgrades f loor-to-ceiling w i n › grades. Triple garage grounds and the Des› The Bulletin’s frontage for f ishing, 541-390-5286 and R V pa r king. chutes River T rail. on an equal opportu› throughout, li q u or, d ows, gour m e t The Bulletin Classifieds swimming or floating. Winderm ere "Call A Service $339,000. MLS Other amenities in› nity basis. The Bulle› tires. Owner will carry. kitchen, wet bar, gas $455,000. Central Oregon tin Classified two Pam c lude g a te d en › $225,000. CALL fireplace, Professional" Directory 201410227 MLS„201309267 Real Estate DUKE WARNER RE› side-by-side parking Lester, Princ. Broker, trances, paver walk› NW Bend I $409,000 Quail Crossing Home, Bobbie Strome, spaces, and storage. C entury 2 1 Gol d ing p aths, n a tive 2450 sq.ft., 4 bed› ALTY DAYVILLE AT $269,000. Spacious Principal Broker Pride of Ownership. 3 Minutes to river and Old Country Realty, Inc. 541-987-2363. MLS: 550 NW Franklin Ave. landscape m a inte› room, 2.5 bath single level h ome, John L Scott Real b edroom, 2 bat h , Mill District. 1152 sq. „508-3. $849,000. 541-504-1338 nance and the beau› 201409917 Vaulted ceilings, gran› Estate 541-385-5500 1468 sq. ft. home with great room floor plan ft. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, with Holly Polis, Principal tiful North Rim Lodge. ite counters features 3 bedrooms new carpet and paint. New construction! 4 Broker 541-419-8710 newer windows, heat & 2 b aths, vaulted Beautiful C a s cade Fresh paint, triple ga› One acre with 1782 sf, L ive Off T h e Gr i d ! $295,000 pump, new garage ceilings and master MLS„ The Pennbrook bdrm 2.5 bath, 2384 Mountain views add to 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. rage Complete with a solar 201508438 door and pull down Pam Company ft . h ome w i th the ambiance of this MLS 201506127 covered decks front big system and gas gen› Lester, Princ. Broker, sq. steps for extra stor› separation, master on main floor. very special building and back. Ready for Marci Bouchard, P erched Above D r y age. 12x16 shop with kitchen with breakfast erator back up. Cus› C entury 2 1 Gol d Granite countertops, site. $550,000. MLS„ Broker, CRS, SRES wood pellet or gas Canyon! Located in a n d pan t ry, tom 2 b e droom, 2 Country Realty, Inc. dbl car garage, RV Room for RV. bar 201505062 stove. Bedr o om the gated community power. fenced an d l a n d› b ath, 1920 sq . f t . 541-504-1338 $319,900. CALL Bobbie Strome, parking with gate and separation, f o r mal of the Cliffs in Red› MLS„ home with d aylight EMICK AT scaped. landscaped front yard. Principal Broker dining and breakfast mond. Enjoy canyon CAROLYN Cy n d i basement on a very NE Bend I $329,000 541-419-0717. MLS: 2 01508487. John L Scott Real room. Over s i ze $279,900. M LS Robertson, B r o ker views from the open 201505946 p rivate 5 acre s . 2068 sq.ft. single level 201505304 Duke Pam Estate 541-385-5500 double garage, circu› 541-390-5345 John L. kitchen and spacious $269,000. CALL 4 bedroom, 2 bath Lester, Princ. Broker, lar drive. $159,900. l iving r o om . Th e Warner Realty Scott Realty, Bend MORRIS DUKE WARNER RE› Landscaped, fenced C entury 2 1 Gol d MLS201507341 Call master suite Pride of ALTY, DAYVILLE AT yard on cul-de-sac Cr o ssing REAL ESTATE O w nership. Nancy Popp, Princ. ample Country Realty, Inc. Northwest offers canyon views, Park-like private lot Recreational P a r cel. 541-987-2363. MLS: MLS 201508424 Craftsman. Price Re› I M~ eely ~ ~ O « « 0 541-504-1338 Broker, 541-815-8000 fireplace and large 2 01306630 Duk e Sue Conrad, Broker, duced. Beau t iful NW bend I $429,000 Crooked River Realty near Midtown 8 Pilot Four unique lots with walk in closet. There Butte. Large b right Mt. Bachelor views, Warner Realty Craftsman style Completely remod› CRS, 541-480-6621 is a triple car garage kitchen, many custom abut Federal land. home, open floor plan, eled home Say «goodbuy" that provides room for built-ins, and vaulted Lots are flat at top, Located in Sisters! 1.3 bamboo floors 2226 sq.ft., 3 bed› What are you ’e to that unused a ll yo u r toys . ceilings. 3 bedroom, slope down steeply, t hroughout, gre a t room, 2 bath acres with water and looking for? $405,000. CALL BILL 2.5 bath, 2172 sq. ft. have nice trees. Close power in nice subdivi› room with a gas fire› Wood ceiling, granite, item by placing it in PANTON AT $399,950. custom tile sion. Heavily treed place, CALL to Sunriver Resort, La You’ ll find it in MORRIS The Bulletin Classifieds built-ins, 541-420-6545. MLS: with ponderosa pine sp a c ious MLS 201508347 TERRY S KJERSAA Pine State Park and REAL ESTATE The Bulletin Classifieds 201507655 Duke k itchen. 2425 N W Mark Valceschini PC, $115,000. 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II 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths 1812 SF, .22 acre • Bonus room, 2-cargarage, mountain view s RV parking, covered patio, and hot tub New carpet, paint, range/oven, and more! Move-in ready! MLS„201503383

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2560 SF Fenced corner lot Open great room with gas fireplace Large master with 2 sinks & walk-in closet A/C, 2-car garage, and sprinkler system A must-see! MLS„201508978 Jordan Grandlund, Principal Broker j 541-420-1559 JordanGrandlund@gmail.corn

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Charming, neat home 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1603 SF In outdoor recreation wonderland Walk to La Pine State Park • Launch boat,kayak,etc.from backyard MLS„201507402 Greg Barnwell, Broker j 541-848-7222 gbarn50@yahoo.corn



3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 1898 SF • Large masterw ith bay window Comfortable, cozy covered patio • Landscaped backyardwithw aterfeature Room for RV parking MLS„201508619

Close in to Bend UGB Cascade Mtn. views High desert views Avion water, power at property Increase your farming operation Build your dream home MLS„201500366 M

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19675 Sunshine Way Single level Spacious corner .44 acre lot Privacy with native landscape Near downtown, river, and trails MLS„201506831

2805 SF Partial views Jenn-Air Pro Series appliances Gorgeous travertine throughout Junior guest suite on main level MLS„201503526 Justln Lavlk, Broker j 541-460-3064 justinlavik@gmail.corn

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60 acres - productive 56 acres irrigation 3337 SF 3 bedroom, 3 bath custom home Vaulted ceilings, bonus & great rooms 2 hay/livestock barns: 110x80 & 44x84 Mt. Jefferson & Hood views MLS„201410523

3801 SF, .64 acre 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, bonus Light open floor plan, many upgrades • Master suite& den on main, 3-car garage Mt. Jefferson framed by the trees Outstanding outdoor living MLS„20150928

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San y Ko moos, Bro er, CRS 541-408-4309

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22320 White Peaks Dr. • Mountain views 4306 SF on 2.5 acres 4 bedroom, 4 bath, den & bonus, 3-car Adjoins Bend Park & Rec land 220 acres private trails Laura Blossey, Broker j 949-887-4377 Natalie Vandenborn, Brokerj 541-508-9581 laura.blossey'sothebysrealty.cornl Nvandenbomegmail.corn

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3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3380 SF Situated on .74 acre Single level Tuscan style home Fully furnished; custom water features Outdoor living w/kitchen, fireplace & hot tub MLS„201509170

Builders, developers, close-knit families! 3 legal parcels (40, 40, and 20 acres) Each has irrigation water rights, unique terrain features, and big mountain views 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home with detached 3+ car garage Huge industrial quality shop MLS„201505647

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1196 Olympic Ct., Lot 6 Private cul-de-sac location in Awbrey Park 1.52 acres with expansive perspective Near river trail system and close to downtown Bend Generous oversized lot offers privacy & flexibility Inquire about our conceptual site plan specific to this site MLS„201503930

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3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 1804 SF Master on the main with walk-in closet Red oak floors, AC, gas fireplace Walk-in pantry, loft with skylight Very private fenced backyard

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4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2801 SF • Spaciousbonus room plusoffi ce/den Master on the main, gourmet kitchen Mountain view, corner lot, fully landscaped Fenced backyard A/C included Call for additional details! MLS„201506663

Situated on a beautiful corner near the river & Old Mill District Wonderful entertaining kitchen with slab granite kitchen island Subway travertine tile backsplash 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, bonus room + den/office A/C included MLS„201 505340


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1/2 acre homesite 2250 SF family plan • Quietcul-de-sac Hardwood floors, granite, bonus room Beautiful landscaping, huge rear yard River Edge Village - westside schools

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359 SW Mt. Washington Drive 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2193 SF Private setting Backs to golf course Excellent condition


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62665 Big Sage Way, Lot 48 Inspired by mountain contemporary design tk modern architecture Build your vision and dream home in this highly sought-after westside neighborhood Dedicated custom building envelope • .31acrebacking to a com mon green belt space Proudly offered at $525,000


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3 bedroom+ bonus 4.89 acres COI Mountain views Landscaped pond Detached 2-car garage Energy-efficient home MLS„201508350 Korren Bower, Brokerj 541-504-3839 or Carol Osgood, Brokerj 541-419-0843

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2015 COBATourHome 4 bedroom, 3 bath,den/office, plus bonusroom 3-car garage Enjoy the lifestyle of RenaissanceRidge with the community park andpool Close proximity to schoolsBrookswood , Plaza,shopping, dining MLS„201507394 Shelly Swanson, Bro er 541-408-0086 Hosted by Frank Koster, Broker i 541-419-6913

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4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Office with built-ins and soundproofing Fully wired (network 8< AV) surround sound .27 acre beautifully landscaped lot

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10 acres on river Custom 5544 SF home Quality finishes throughout 2220 SF shop/ additional garage Fly fish and float from your yard! MLS„201501299 www.deschutesriverestate-centraloregon.corn

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Crooked River Realty Management Lynn Johns, Principal 541-536-011 7 Outside is a shop, ex› Outstanding Cascade Broker, 541-408-2944 tras storage, double v iews. 2300 sq. f t . 1 Oregon Loop› Central Oregon Resort detached carport, and custom 3 bdrm, 2 ye Sunriver. $730,000. Realty p roperty i s full y triple garage, 5 bdrm, 5 bath, 2 mas› All new paint bath, Bank owned on almost ter suites, 3320 sq. ft., fenced. RV parking, all on 4 inside a n d out. 1 /4 acre. 3 b d r m, acres. $489,000. mls log accents. Dan $129,000. MLS 2bath, 1120 sq. ft., in 201507566 Hoak, Broker 201508632 SW Redmond. Dbl car Pam Lester, Princ. Bro› 541-639-6595 Mary Cascade Realty, garage and fenced Century 21 Gold Hoak, Broker Dennis Haniford, Princ. ker, backyard. $161,900.. Country Realty, Inc. 541-848-8140 Broker 541-536-1731 541-504-1338 MLS „201506262 Call Berkshire Hathaway Pam Lester, Principal 756 Home Services Ready for your new Broker, Century 21 home in Prineville? 5+ son County Homes Gold Country Realty, Northwest Real Estate Jeffer acres in an upscale 1 Timber - Sunriver, Inc. 541-504-1338 neighborhood close to $315,000. 3 bdrm, 2 BANK-OWNED IN MA› town with paved roads Charming home in the bath plus loft, nicely DRAS! New s i ngle heart of R edmond, updated with newer story home, 1611 sq. and on a cul-de-sac. 2250 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., appliances. Call Kyle ft. 3 bdrm, 2 b ath, The property c u r› rently has a 768 sq. ft. 2 bath., on .37 acre w/ Hoak, Broker vaulted ceiling, gas greenhouse/solarium 541-639-7760 Berk› FP, recent upgrades, stick built shop and & 3 car garage. MLS„ shire Hathaway Home 2-car garage on .14 the property has a 201502749 $274,000 Services N orthwest acres. $169,900. MLS shared well that al› Pam Lester, Princ. Real Estate 201507147 . Pam ready has a water line Broker, Century 21 Lester, Princ. Broker, running to a spigot by Call The Bulletin At Gold Country Realty, C entury 2 1 Gol d the shop. The CEC 54 1 -385-5808 Inc. 541-504-1338 Country Realty, Inc. power pole is in and 541-504-1338 needs the temporary Eagle Crest beauty in Place Your Ad Or E-Mail s ervice reset. T h e gated neighborhood. At: www.bendbulletin.corn 762 property i s ni c ely 2674 Sq Ft on one 52367 Ammo n Road, Homes with Acreage treed and has a gentle level with a beautiful La Pine $242,000 3 slope to it and is a wide entry w/skylights, bdrm, 2 bath chalet 16751 SW Dove Rd., nice site for a custom spacious great room, with large shop and C RR, custom l o g home. $125,000. large kitchen w/pan› w orkshop on 2 . 2 6 on 5 acres. with Heather Hockett, Prin› try, formal dining, of› acres. Call Terri Bus› home Broker many upgrades: floor cipal fice & great separa› ton, 50 3 - 899-8415 ceiling w indows 5 41-420-9151 G o l d tion o f b e d rooms. Berkshire Hathaway to with m t n . vi e w s, Country Realty High end f i nishes Home Serv i ces Hickory hardwood & R oc k v i e ws! throughout. Large 3 Northwest Real Es› tile floors, gourmet Smith Custom home with 3 c ar g a rage D e s› tates kitchen, cherry cabi› bdrms., 2 bath, 1968 c hutes R i ver t r a i l Pi n e D r ive. nets, granite counters, sq. ft., large custom close by, private pool 52670 stacked rock wood› covered deck, 35x60 & tennis for home› $199,900.3 bdrm, 2 fir e place. s hop, all o n 5 . 1 8 bath, 24x30 s h op, burning owners. Offered at $421,900 acres. MLS„ $549,900. MLS fenced. High Lakes „201502837 Realty & P r o perty 201504620. $389,000 201508042 Juniper Realty, Management Pam Lester, Princ. Lynn Johns, Principal 541-504-5393 Broker, Century 21 Broker, 541-408-2944 541-536-0117 Central Oregon 53050 L oo p D r i ve. 29.97 NE Bend Acres I Gold Country Realty, Inc. 541-504-1338 Resort Realty $234,900. B e autiful $450,000 acre lot, 3 bdrm, Updated 1020 sq.ft. Two bdrm, 2 bath, 1.57 Located in Terrebonne! 1.11 acres fenced/gated. 1215 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 bath. High Lakes home 8 Pr o perty Shop with caretaker’s tile floors, bedroom 2 bath home on .34 Realty Management quarters sliders onto p a tio, acre flat lot with ma› Filtered mountain pellet stove, vaulted t ure t r ees. M L S „ 541-536-0117 views, pond, stream ceilings, br e akfast 201503396. 53150 Riverview Drive, MLS 201508647 bar, skylights, stor› $118,350. Pam $259,900. 1823 sq. ft. J Hopp, age building and cor› Lester, Princ. Broker, granite, S S a p p li› MichaelRSPS, SRS ral o n cu l -de-sac. C entury 2 1 Gol d ances. across from Broker, 541-390-0504 Good cond i tion. Country Realty, Inc. Big Deschutes river. $159,900. MLS 541-504-1338 High Lakes Realty & 201507087. Call M a nage› Newly built golf course Property Nancy Popp, frontage! 3 bedroom 2 ment 541-536-0117 541-815-8000 bath + den. Custom 54620 Caribou Drive, Crooked River Realty MORRIS cabinets, gra n ite, $254,900. 1704 sq. ft., REAL ESTATE 763 hardwoods, vaulted community river ac› c eilings, pant r y , cess. H i g h L akes Recreational Home walk-ins. Elegance in Realty 8 Pr o perty & Property a s e rene s e tting. Management $349,900 Call Nancy 541-536-0117 Great Opportunity to Popp, Princ. Broker 5 5535 Gross D r . turn this 4.15 acre 541-815-8000. MLS .52 acres, property into hunting 201505433 Call $39,000. paved road near river. or a getaway Nancy Popp, Princ. High Lakes Realty & 360 View/Top of Butte cabins retreat. River view in Broker, 541-815-8000 Property M a nage›in Terrebonne. Home, the distance. There Crooked River Realty shop, mansion building ment 541-536-0117 are 4 separate cabins located on this prop› New Redmond listing. „6 Skyline Condo, Sun› site. 2% to broker. See: bend.craigslist.org/reo/ H ome in a gr e at r iver. $ 247,500 3 erty which all are 1 5179367914.html Bedroom 1 Bath, 400 neighborhood on quiet bdrm, 2 bath, 1466 cul-de-sac..34 acre of sq. ft., full interior re› 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2456 S q Ft. One of t he privacy, fruit t rees, model 2007. Call Mike sq. ft. home with on cabins has been cur› sprinkler system and Ashley, Broker 14.66 acres, 13.20 rently lived in and has elevated for easterly 541-280-4940 Berk› acres irrigation. Bo› a utility room. Prop› views. 3 bdrm, 2 bath shire Hathaway Home nus room w/seperate erty has 1 commer› offers large l i ving Services N o rthwest entry, stainless steel cial water member› room, vaulted ceiling, Real Estate appliances, solar de› ship with C rescent ele c tric large windows, new sign generates 20% Water, 2 Beautiful Custom Built meters, and natural tile a n d car p et. electricity. MLS„ Home on 7+ acres, gas. Being Sold As Is, K itchen ha s ne w $427,500 f e n ced 201504013 Cabins need some granite counters, tile completely Pam Lester, Princ. TLC. $’I 25,000. MLS backsplash, new GE and private. Log Ex› Broker, Century 21 appliances in s l ate terior Home with cov› Gold Country Realty, 201502687 Cascade Realty, color. Master bdrm ered wrap a r ound Inc. 541-504-1338 Dennis Haniford, Princ. separation, real wood deck viewing its own Broker baseboard trim, heat pond that has been 8120 SW SHAD RD, 541-536-1731 pump/AC. 450 sq. ft. stocked with catfish. CRR. Frame built 3 add’I to utilize as you Gazebo and fire pit bdrm, 2 bath, 1,336 wish. Double garage, along with the mani› sq. ft., landscaped 1 Tick, Tock lots of parking, stor› cured property. Inte› acres on paved street, age building. Prop› rior is just as amazing large concrete patio, Tick, Tock... erty fenced. Agent with log and stone ac› fenced backyard, in› cents, wood floors, tile cludes riding l awn ...don’t let time get owned. $239,900 Heather Hockett, Prin› counter tops. Work mower, push mower away. Hire a area in a separate a nd w ee d ea t e r cipal Broker area with c o vered $209,000. MLS„ professional out 5 41-420-9151 G o l d docks, a 24x36 pole 201503271. Juniper Country Realty of The Bulletin’s barn, Dog Room with Realty 541-504-5393 "Call A Service Single story home on kennel, green house. almost 1/3 acre lot $397,400. MLS Breathtaking views of Professional" with huge rear patio, 201404644 the Cascades and the Directory today! Deschutes River! 4 dbl attached garage Cascade Realty, and detached 768 sq. Dennis Haniford, Princ. bdrm, 3 bath round Price lowered: Cabin/ home on 2.27 acres. 638 acres in forest on ft. shop. Fenced with Broker 541-536-1731 RV gates and exten Greenhouse, hot tub t rout s t ream, P R I› 52679 Golden A s tor a nd plenty o f R V VATE hunt/fish/invest, sive concrete work. $149,000 N ic e 3 parking. $ 3 79,000. 80 mi. from Bend, $319,900. MLS 201508292 Call Pam bdrm, 2 bath, fenced MLS 201506613 For D r one Lester, Princ. Broker, acre. High Lakes Re› Pam Lester, Princ. Bro› $749K. Video Link, C entury 2 1 Gol d alty & Property Man› ker, Century 21 Gold 541-480-7215 J a c k, Country Realty, Inc., agemnt 541-536-0117 Country Realty, Inc. I NVESTwest Rea l 541-504-1338 541-504-1338 Lot „28 C heckrein Estate. $28,000. 1 acre on Enjoy amazing views of 771 Looking for your next cul-de-sac, commu› the cascade moun› emp/oyee? nity pool. High Lakes tains and Deschutes Lots Place a Bulletin help Realty & Pr o perty c anyon f ro m t h i s wanted ad today and Management acres near the en› beautiful home! Nice 5.3 reach over 60,000 541-536-011 7 large deck, perfect for trance of The Ranch readers each week. Move in to this Beauti› entertaining! Property and golf course. Nice Your classified ad mountain views. nice ful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, has a 36 x 40 pole flat horse property. will also appear on barn w/5 stalls with 2163 sq. f t . f r a me bendbulletin.corn Perfect place to build home on .99 acre. rubber mats. Plenty of your home. $75,000. which currently re› room for storage with Home has tons of ex› ceives over MLS 2710905 Call tras, paved driveway 2 large doors and cor› Linda Lou Day-Wright, 1.5 million page and walkway, land› ral to the side. Come Broker, 541-771-2585 views every month s caped yar d w i t h enjoy Crooked River Crooked River Realty at no extra cost. sprinkler sys t e m, Ranch amenities in› Bulletin Classifieds fenced, con c rete cluding; golf, swim› Lot 200 SW Panorama Get Results! stamped cov e red ming, tennis, hiking, Rd. - Corner 1.21 acre Call 385-5809 or back patio and log ac› fishing and h orse› lot, paved street, mtn. place your ad on-line riding. views. $42,500. MLS cented front porch, back at storage building with $349,500. Call Katie 201505669 J u niper bendbulletin.corn Dailey Broker built in shelving. Inte› Realty 541-504-5393 rior is well planned 541-419-4220. Lot 1 S W S had R d. 755 with 2 4 x 2 4 b onus Crooked River Realty 3 .09 a c re s wi t h Sunriver/La Pine Homes room, upgraded fix› a mazing view s . tures, wall h e aters FIND YOUR FUTURE $78,500. MLS „ 4 Mt . V i e w C o ndo, and an oil stove in HOME INTHE BULLETIN 201402733 J u n iper living room. A Must Sunriver. 3 bdrm, 2 Realty 541-504-5393 Your future is just apage bath, 1014 sq. ft., golf see! $249,900 MLS away. Whetheryou’re looking Lot 67 SW Shad Rd. course view. 201502926 fora hatoraplaceto hang it, great value for this Cascade Realty, $240,000 Kyle Hoak, The Bulletin Classified is Dennis Haniford, 1 .04 acre lo t w i t h Broker 541-639-7760 your best source. Princ. Broker mountain views. Berkshire H a t haway 541-536-1 731 $29,900. MLS „ Home Serv i ces Every daythousandsof 201408966 J u niper Northwest Real Estate Rustic-looking with lots buyers andsellers of goods Realty 541-504-5393 of charm! High ceil› and services dobusiness in Check out the ings, open living con› these pages.Theyknow classifieds online Sell an Item cept, lots of storage in you can’t beatTheBulletin www.bettdbttfletin.corn kitchen, bedroom right Classified Section for Updated daily off living room and selection andconvenience deck. 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60755 Currant Way

$462,500 Single-level home In Widgi Creek Golf Community 3 bedrooms,2 bathrooms,2 j 39 sq. ft. • .47-acrejotw itheasy-care natural landscaping MLS 20 j 507737

60592 Mayberry Ct

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$239,000 Classic country ranch home 3 bedrooms,2 bathrooms, j70j sq.ft. 4.5 j acres near BLN/ATV trails, built in 200j MLS 20 j 506567

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1 0745 Rockside C t , 15980 Camino De Oro All set up for RVing, this Lot „12 Mabel Drive. Nice flat 5 a cre l ot! Lot 4 S W B lue J ay 2 0+ acres i n W e s t Eastern Oregon Land› West Powell Butte Es› Eagle Crest. Looking $59,000. 3.14 acres acre has a well, sep $60,000 5 acres ad› C ome b uild y o u r Road, CRR. S mith Powell Butte Estates, Canyon City, Oregon, tates, with gated en› for BIG views? Here it near La Pine State t ic, and p o wer i n jacent to irrigation ca› dream home and en› R ock v iews, 5 . 1 7 gated com m unity, 3 lots available with try, 20+ acres with is! Beautiful view, .37 Park. High Lakes Re› stalled. Comes with 2 nal. High Lakes Re› joy all of the ameni› acres borders public mtn. views, private city water and sewer private well, acre lot on a q uiet alty & Property Man› travel trailers both are alty & Prop e rty ties t ha t C r o oked land. $65,000. MLS well, paved roads w/ at street. 1.86 acre old-growth trees and street. Views include agement in very good condi Management River Ranch has to 201407131 access to BLM. MLS„ residential lot, level fenced on 3 s ides, 541-536-0117 Black Butte, Mt. Jef› 541-536-011 7 tion. There is also a offer! Including golf, Juniper Realty 201305077 $159,900. building site, $30,900. perfect to build your ferson and Mt. Hood. 16424 Antelope, Three third RV site with all swimming, te n nis, 541-504-5393 Pam Lester, Princ. 6.12 acre view lot, dream home. Bring your builder or Rivers. $12,500. .45 the hookups. Single Lot 1900 Chapman Rd. F risbee golf, a n d Broker, Century 21 zoned re s i dential, $159,000. MLS use one from our acre, recreational lot, detached garage for - $55,000. Nice 2.79 fishing. Close to pub› Gold Country Realty, $30,900. 3.49 acre 201507113 Pam acre site, lots of trees. lic land for horseback Grandfathered RV lot, Inc. 541-504-1338 preferred list. Offered deeded river access. storage or boat stor mtn view lot, within Lester, Princ. Broker, High Lakes Realty 8 a t $ 179,900. M LS Kyle H o ak , riding, hiking, and ex› one acre. Nicely treed city limits, $35,900. C entury 2 1 Gol d B r o ker age. All this located Property M a n age›ploring! A 10-minute and fenced, adjoining 5 Acres - Corner Lot 201503528. Lynn 541-639-7760 on a p a ved r oad. Sellers are Oregon li› Country Realty, Inc. ment 541-536-0117 a greenbelt for pri› Johns, Principal Bro› Berkshire MLS drive to shopping and censed Real Estate 541-504-1338 Million Dollar View! H a t haway $75,500 ker, 54 1 - 408-2944 Cascade highway acc e s s. vacy. Water line in› Brokers. Sisters School Dist., Serv i ces 201508164 s talled to R V s i t e . Central Oregon Re› Home Realty, Dennis Hani Need to get an MLS Juniper Realty $54,900. $325,000. Northwest Real Estate Older septic for RV 541-504-5393 s ort R ealty, L y n n ford, Princ. Broker 201507119. Call Katie 541-389-9751 ad in ASAP? Manufactured/ Johns, Principal Bro› 16465 SW Dove Rd., 541-536-1731 Dailey, Broker, use. Power nearby. Price lowered: Cabin/ You can place it Continue RV use or 7965 SW River Rd. Se› 541-419-4220 ker, 54 1 - 408-2944 CRR. 5 acre legal lot. Mobile Homes 638 acres in forest on build your home on cluded & private 2.79 trout stream, P RI› Central Oregon Re› Septic feasibility ap› Canyon rim, mtn views, online at: Crooked River Realty t his li v el y sit e . proved. mtn v iews. added privacy with www.bendbulletin.corn sort Realty List Your Home near the Des› VATE hunt/fish/invest, SW Elkhorn Road, 5+ $47,500. MLS acres, $69,900. MLS adj. vacant lot. .82 Jand¹/fHomes.corn chutes River, canyon 80 mi. f rom Bend, 147914 Mabel, La Pine. 201501897 a cres close to e n 2 01205397 N a n c y acres i n Si s t ers. 541-385-5809 views, borders $749K. Fo r D r o ne We Have Buyers $160,000. 5 Acres, Juniper Realty trance of CRR, mtn. Popp, Princ. Broker, wall $ 204,500. Barr y , Get Top Dollar Video Link, public land. $39,500. RV garage w/shop views. $65,000. MLS 541-815-8000 541-504-5393 541-419-8007 541-480-7215 J ack, Financing Available. Juniper Realty Lot „20 Manzanita St., „201508892 Juniper Crooked River Realty area, gated entrance. 16755 Casper, Three 541-548-5511 I NVESTwest Real 541-504-5393 Mark Hansen, Broker Corner lot, Realty 541-504-5393 Estate. Rivers. $30,000. .70 Cascade Mt Views from $34,900. 541-536-4418 this 1. 2 5 ac re city w ater, s e wer. Acre, vacant lot› Berkshire Hathaway cul-de-sac l o cation High Lakes Realty close to boat ramp. Home Services ready to go! Septic in› & Property Manage› Hamel, Broker Northwest Real Estate Darrell stalled with 1000 gal› ment 541-536-0117 541-480-7563 lon tank. Connection N ew L i sting! 1 7 6 7 Berkshire Hathaway TURN THE PAGE to C r ooked R i ver Turnstone One of the Home Services For More Ads Northwest Real Estate Ranch water, 30x40 last 1/2 acre lots left!! g arage/shop wit h The Bulletin 176 Silver Spur Road, concrete floors, win› This lot is level, pri› $60,000. One acre, dow and 16x10 over› vate & in a great loca› 1483 Trail Creek Drive, community pool, club› head door and man tion close to Sport Center, Pro S h op, Premium level lot with house. High Lakes door. $85,900 MLS & parks. Lot has Pr o perty 201302066 privacy and mountain Realty & Call pools otential f o r gol f v iews on a qu i e t Management Nancy Pop p, Princ. p course & m ountain cul-de-sac in Eagle 541-536-011 7 Broker, 541-815-8000 views. Eagle Crest Crest, .39 acre lot 3 B en d C i t y L o t s, Crooked River Realty offers three 18 hole backs t o c o m mon views and u nique, golf c o u rses, 3 area, which adjoins $150,000/ea. Please Eagle Crest I $81,500 sport/fitness centers, B LM. Ne w ho m e send email to: Parval› Level .25 acre corner a day spa, restau› packages available. ueproperties @ gmail lot r ants & m o re. A l l $177,500. MLS„ All amenities included .corn to receive info. a menities ar e in › 201503325 Lynn Build your dream cluded with owner› De e r St., home Johns, Principal Bro› 50556 ship. MLS201508863 ker, 54 1 - 408-2944 $118,000. 3.33 acre, MLS 201505535 offered at $129,900 Central Oregon Re› 3 lots, well and power. Karin Johnson, sort Realty High Lakes Realty & Broker, ABR, e-PRO, Lynn Johns, Principal Broker, 541-408-2944 Property M a nage› SRS, 541-639-6140 Central Oregon 1 5002 R o bert Rd , ment 541-536-0117 Resort Realty $59,900 La Pine 8.54 54638 Caribou Drive, acres, well, cleared $23,000. 1/2 a c re, 15780 Davis Avenue RV sites. High Lakes 0 area with river $45,000. 1.62 acres Realty 8 Pr o perty great access. High Lakes view, partially cleared. 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Auto-lev› triple slide Class C. ton towable $13,900 corrections and any eling system, 5kw gen, gen., King Dome sat› Purchased Jun e ellite system, Ford OBO (541) 410-9017 power mirrors w/defrost, adjustments can be 2015, used twice (wife V10 Triton, auto-lev› 2 slide-outs with aw› made to your ad. became ill) F ULLY eling system, new nings, rear c a mera, 541-385-5809 RV Loaded with Platinum tires, Falcon tow bar. trailer hitch, drIyer door The Bulletin Classified Full Body paint, auto CONSIGNMENTS Non-smoker, main› w/power window, cruise, WANTED level system, Arctic exhaust brake, central tained in dry storage. E ste Pkg, rear c amera, We Do The Work ... 23’10" SR 2 3 0 0, vac, satellite sys. Re› Can email additional J You Keep The Cash! B luetooth. Also i n › ’95, own with pride, duced price: $64,950. pictures.$55,000. On-site credit cludes NEW Adco all› 541-520-3407 always compliments, 503-781-8812 approval team, weather coach cover. no salt, head never web site presence. $78,900. 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Hangar for saleat Redmond Airport - not a T Hangar - $28,000. 541-420-0626


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Northlander 1993 17’ camper,Polar 990, good shape, new fridge, A/C, queen bed, bath› room, indoor/out› door shower, lots of storage, custom› ized to fit newer pickups,$4500 obo. 541-419-9859.


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Dodge Big Horn Ram 2500, 2005, 6 speed manual. Ex› (4) Studded tires, (no tra tires and rims, rims) 215/60R16. Off canopy goes with. Chevy Cruise 2013. Excellent condition, well mai n tained, $150. 541-728-6421 runs great. 160K Ford Explorer XLT Truxedo cover for long miles. $2 8,500 1991 r eliable w e l l bed Dodges, $199 541-620-12’I 2 cared for, clean, non› obo. 541-536-9534 smoking, incl. 4 stud› W eather Tec h f l o or ded winter tires, new mats, tan, for a 2011 H D b attery, 1 9 0 k Jeep Liberty. $50. miles, 20k towed be› 541-728-6421 hind moto r home $1500 obo Message 932 541-241-4896. GMCDenali Crew Cab Antique & 2010, 4WD. Classic Autos VIN „120745 $33,998 (exp9/30H/1 5) DLR „366 541-726-6421

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Hard top 1965, 6-cylinder, auto trans, power brakes, power steering, garaged, well maintained, engine runs strong. 74K mi., great condi› tion $12500. Must see! 541-598-7940


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V IN „303724. $27,888. view. N O T E X TS document called a Area. The applicant Reach thousands of readers! (exp. 9/30/1 5) DLR „366 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. PLEASE! To Subscribe call "motion" or "answer." has also requested Call 541-385-5809 877-266-3821 pattym51@q.corn Find them in 541-385-5800 or go to "motion" or "an› that the p o rtion of The Bulletin Classiffeds The Dlr „0354 swer" (or "reply" ) must www.bendbulletin.corn Certificate 76714 that The Bulletin be given to the court is layered with Certifi› Classifieds! clerk or administrator cate 83571 be can› within 30 days of the celed. The Water Re› 541-548-1448 date of first publica› sources Department tion specified herein smolichusedcar proposes to approve center.corn a long with th e r e › the transfer, based on q uired filing fee. I t the requirements of Honda Accord 2005, must be i n p r oper ORS Chapter 540, NOTICE V6, f ully l o aded, form and have proof LEGAL IN T H E C I R CUIT OAR 6 9 0-380-5000 Nav, Moon roof, CD, o f service o n t h e C OURT OF T H E and OAR perfect leather inte› plaintiff’s attorney or, S TATE O F OR › 6 90-077-0075. T h e rior, one owner, full if the plaintiff does not EGON, FOR THE Department has also maintained, always have a n a t t orney, COUNTY OF DES› c oncluded that t h e Toyota FJ Cruiser garaged, never proof of service on the C HUTES. I n th e proposed transfer ap› 2012, 64K miles. all wrecked, 143K road plaintiff. If you have Matter of the Estate pears to result in miti› hwy, original owner, miles, $8,899. Great any questions, you 2005Jeep 2001Lincoln JOHN F R ED› gation credits pursu› never been off road car ready to drive. should see an attor› of: ant to OAR ERICK SCHILLING, or accidents, tow MKZ 3.$L Grand Cherokee Mike 541-499-5970 ney immediately. If D eceased. C a s e 690-521-0300 8 OAR pkg, brand new tires, y ou need help i n 690-521-0400. No. 15 P B03731. very clean. $26,000. HUNTER (y S P E CIAL: finding an a ttorney N OTICE T O IN › Call or text Jeff at Jeep Cherokee, 1990, you may contact the To correct an error in TERESTED PER› 541-729-4552 tmr Miles,V-8, Leather 4x4, has 9 tires on AWD,IOwner, Only 80KMiles! Oregon State Bar’s SONS. NOTICE IS the 09/05 and 09/12 V III¹ 6 1119 1 VIIA70875 Lawyer Referral Ser› H EREBY G I V E N publications, the last wheels. $2000 obo. 541-771-4732 v ice onl i n e at t hat t h e und e r› date of n e wspaper www.oregonstatebar. publication of this no› signed has b e en org or by calling (503) tice i s 0 9 /1 9/201 5. 2005Hlssan appointed personal 2011 Honcla 684-3763 ( in t h e Any person may file, representative. All Irtaeda LE CR-V Portland metropolitan p ersons hav i n g jointly or severally, a area) or toll-free else› claims against the protest or s t anding where in Oregon at statement within 30 1977 estate are required (800) 452-7636. This days after the l ast F J40 Toyota HyundaiSanta Fe GLS to present them, Leather,Noonroof, TowPkg All-WheelDrive,Emnomy summons is issued with vouch ers at› date of n e wspaper Landcruiser 2012, VIII¹709043 VIN„ 016225 pursuant to ORCP 7. tached, to the un› with winch, publication of this no› (exp. 9/30/2015) RCO LEGAL, P.C., tice, 09/1 9/2015 or $21,000. Vin „151185 dersigned personal Randall Szabo, OSB 541-389-7113, publication of notice in Stock „45197A r epresentative a t : „115304, the Dep a rtment’s Michelle 2005Iaenedos 2009SMW 127 SW Allen Road, $16,979 or $199/mo., rszabo ' rcolegal.corn weekly notice, which› $2900 down, 64 mo., Benz $-Class Bend, OR 9 7702, 32$xi Attorneys for Plaintiff, w ithin f o u r (4) e ver is later. C a l l 4 .49% APR o n a p › 511 SW 10th Ave., proved credit. License ( 503) 986-0807 t o Toyota Land Cruiser m onths after t h e Ste. 400, P o rtland, date of first publica› and title i ncluded in obtain additional in› 2007 exc. condition OR 97205, P: (503) payment, plus dealer in› formation or a protest auto V8, AWD, tion of this notice, or 4-NATIC,Loadad,towMiles I Owner,AW D,toe Miles! stalled options. 977-7840, F: ( 5 03) form. If no protests leather, nav, phone, the claims may be VINf449587 VIN„ 080193 977-7963. are filed, the Depart› sunroof, tow pkg barred. All persons S U Wa u ment will issue a final seats 8, 89,000 mi. whose rights may order consistent with 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. be affectedby the $27,000 877-266-3821 the preliminary deter› 541-306-0933 2010 Toyota p roceedings m a y 2008BMW Dlr „0354 obtain a d d itional mination. 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