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How the chaseunfolded, A4 • Obama'sreaction, A4 • A sigh of relief, A4• Photos helped,A5 • Analysis,A5
Athletes, friends,but noone imaginedbombers
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One was a boxer, one a wrestler. One favored alligatorshoes and fancy shirts, the other wore jeans, buttonups and T-shirts. The younger one — the one their father described as "like
an angel" — gathered around him a group of friends so loyal that more than one said they would testify for him, if it came to that. The older one, who friends and family members said exerted a strong influence
on his younger sibling, once told a photographer, "I don't have a single American friend. I don't understand them." A kaleidoscope of images, adjectives and anecdotes tumbled forth on Friday to describe Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,
19, the two brothers suspected of carrying out the bombings at the Boston Marathon that killed three people and gravelyinjured scores more. What no one who knew them could say was why the young men, immigrants of Chechnyan heritage, would set off bombs among inno-
cent people. There was no shortage of theories— commentators speculated about radicalized young Muslims, angry Chechens and a host of other possible explanations. But by the end of the day they were still just theories. See Brothers/A5
A plloio story —Seewhat chalk artists created at last weekend's Spring Fest.B2
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NFL draft —This year, quarterbacks take abackseat to the big bodies who protect them.C1
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A divisive pot 'holiday' in Colorado
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DENVER — As marijuana users prepared for their unofficial national holiday today, Denver got a head start, with local promoters trying to showcase Colorado as a state that welcomes pot-smoking tourists after voters legalized the drug in November. At Ganja Gourmet on South Broadway, where the pot-laced Mountain High suckers sell for $6 and an ounce of top-shelf weed goes for $280, owner Steve Horowitz made plans for his entry in Saturday's Cannabis Cup competition: a triple-threat cheesecake made with hash oil, hash and marijuana butter. For now, his pot is only available with a doctor's note, as recreational marijuana hasn't formally begun in the state. Still, he's looking forward to getting a license and expanding his market, including by welcoming out-of-state tourists. And at a cooking school on Zuni Street, chef Blaine Hein showed out-of-state tourists how to use marijuana to make a gluten-free trail mix and other food as part of a private event called World Cannabis Week, which sold out quickly. It drew more than 200 visitors for four days of activities. The highlight comes Saturday, in what organizers say will be the world's largest marijuana rally. Tens of thousands are expected in Denver's Civic Center park across the street from the state Capitol. While many of Colorado's pot aficionados relish the thought of more tourism, others — including the official tourism office — say it could backfire and hurt the state's image as a place where families can ski and hike and enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine a year. See Marijuana/A6
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Backers of higher education in Central Oregon were out in force Friday evening, making the case to members of the Oregon Legislature for a boost in funding for community colleges and converting OSU Cascades to a four-year university. The Legislature's Joint Ways and Means Committee was in Bend on Friday as part of a tour of the state to hear from Oregonians in person about the state's budgetary priorities. Twelve members of the committee made the trip from Salem, including the three Central
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development. "One of the good things about this project is it sort of raises the visibility of this issue," Clinton said Friday. The project will cost an estimated $3.4 million, which the city will pay with cash saved up from stormwater utility fees, said City Manager Eric King at a recent meeting. The city began charging the monthly stormwater utility fee of $4
per single family home, or per you could expect it to get into that well field in five years," Edde said. Mayor Jim Clinton said stormwater problems developed over decades in which the city did not enforce laws that require property owners to prevent stormwater runoff due to
3,800square feetofim pervious surface,in 2007,according to the city website. The city is holding an open house to provide information on the project Monday evening, at Bend Senior High School. The project could begin as soon as early May.
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Mike McLane and John Huffman, and Sen. Doug Whitsett. State Rep. Jason Conger and state Sen. Tim Knopp also joined the panel, which heard testimony from 57localresidents over two hours. While speakers touched on everything from a bill to restrict gold dredging in Oregon rivers to subsidies for film and television production, the OSU-Cascades issue wound its way through the event, with several speakers voicing their support for the university at the close of their comments on unrelated matters. Chairman of the OSUCascades advisory board and former Bend Mayor Oran Teater pointed to the millions in private donations that have been pledged to build the school, and said it could play a powerful role in business development and improving the Central Oregon workforce. "This is a region that has suffered from limited diversification, and is still suffering from the recession," Teater said. Matt Shinderman, an instructor at OSU-Cascades, reminded legislators that Central Oregon is the state's largest population centerwith no four-year university. See Meeting /A6
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ban would continue on leadership roles for adults who are
leadero" he asked. The Associated Press Some conservative groups NEW YORK — Searching openly gay or lesbian. assailed the proposal from Gay-rights groups, which the opposite direction, saying for compromise on a divisive issue, the Boy Scouts of Amer- had demanded a complete lift- the ban should be kept in its ica is proposing to partially ing of the ban, criticized the entirety. "The policy is incoherent," lift its long-standing exclusion proposal as inadequate. " Until every p a rent a n d said Tony Perkins, president of gays — allowing them as youth members but continuing young person have the same of the Family Research Counto bar them as adult leaders. opportunity to serve, the Boy cil. "The proposal says, in esThe p r o posal, u n v eiled Scouts will continue to see a de- sence, that h o m osexuality Friday afterweeks of private cline in both membership and is morally acceptable until a leadership deliberations, will donations," said Rich Ferraro, boy turns 18 — then, when he be submitted to the roughly a spokesman for the gay-rights comes of age, he's removed 1,400 voting members of the watchdog group GLAAD. from the Scouts." BSA's National Council during Chad Griffin, president of The BSA has anticipated the week of May 20 at a meet- the Human Rights Campaign, hostile reaction, estimating ing in Texas. said the BSA was too timid. that easing the ban on gay "What message does this adults might prompt between The key part of the resolution says no youth may be de- r esolution send to t h e g a y 100,000 and 350,000 memnied membership in the Scouts Eagle Scout who, as an adult, bers to leave the organization, "on the basis of sexual orienta- wants to continue a lifetime of which now has 2.6 million tion or preference alone." A Scouting by becoming a troop youth members.
Queen Elizabeth II once sat for a portrait, has been arrested on suspicion of unspecified sexual offenses, British news reports said Friday.
Harris, 83, was arrested March 28, but only identified by nameFriday by The Sun newspaper. The BBC said Friday that the entertainer had not been formally charged with an offense. He was arrested as part of
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Serbia-Kosovo agreement —After months of difficult negotiations, Serbia and Kosovo reached an agreement Friday aimed at
overcoming ethnic enmities in Kosovo, a former Serbian province, a milestone that officials hope will enhance stability in the region and clear a path for both countries to eventually join the European
Union. The EU isscheduled to meet Monday in Brussels to decide whether to allow Serbia to start negotiations for entry into the
group, and analysts said the accord was likely to swing the decision in Serbia's favor. FrenCh hOStageS freed —A French family held hostage for two months by Islamist militants in West Africa has beenreleased, French and Cameroonian officials announced Friday. The family members were kidnapped in February while touring a nature reserve in far
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TART • Discoveries, breakthroughs, trends, namesin the news— the things you needto knowto start out your day
It's Saturday, April 20, the 110th day of 2013. There are 255 days left in the year.
PHENOMENON HAPPENINGS VOting in iraq —Iraqis cast ballots in provincial elections that will test the main parties
and gauge political trends before a 2014parliamentary vote.
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Highlight:In1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed a proclamation admitting West Virginia to the Union, effective
in 60 days (June20, 1863). In1836, Congress voted to establish the Wisconsin Territory. In1861, Col. Robert E. Lee
resigned his commission in the United States Army. (Lee went on to command the Army of Northern Virginia, and eventu-
ally becamegeneral-in-chief of the Confederate forces.) In1889, Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria. In 1912, Boston's Fenway Park hosted its first professional baseball game while Navin
Field (Tiger Stadium) opened in Detroit. (The Red Sox defeated the New York Highlanders 7-6 in 11 innings; the Tigers beat the Cleveland Naps
6-5 in 11 innings.)
In1945, during World War II, allied forces took control of the
German cities of Nuremberg and Stuttgart. In1968, Pierre ElliottTrudeau was sworn in as prime minister
of Canada. In 1972, the manned lunar module from Apollo 16 landed
on the moon. In1978, a Korean Air Lines Boeing 707 crash-landed in northwestern Russia after being fired on by a Soviet interceptor after entering Soviet
I remember my first-grade teacher, Ms. Neely, telling our class that "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb." In Washington, D.C., this year, March managed to go out in a vaguely lamb-ish way. A string of warmer days at the end still left the average temperature for the month at 43.8 degrees, according to National Weather Service data, three degrees below the historicalaverage and considerably cooler than recent years. The average temperature last March wa s a r e c o rd-high 56.8. Large temperature variations from year to year have significant implications, most o bviously for f a r mers a n d gardeners but also for utility companies estimating energy
use, city managers budgeting for snow and sports teams worrying about scheduling. Are we getting any better at predicting the weather weeks or months in advance? Consider the most famous American weather prognosticators, the Farmers' Almanac, published in Lewiston, Maine, and the Old Farmer's Almanac, produced in Dublin, N.H. The writers of these venerable books claim to use top-secret formulas, and followers of the New Hampshire version claim it is 80 percent accurate.
It's impossible, however, to fullyassess the books' accuracy,because many of their predictions read like a meteorological fortune cookie: vague enough to accommodate a wide range of weather. When the almanacs risk testable predictions, they often fail. The Old Farmer's Almanac predicted that the Atlantic corridor would average 47.5 degrees for March 2013,off by nearly four degrees. That might seem like a reasonably good guess, except that anyone with access to historical averages — that is, anyone with an Internet connection — can usually get within a few degrees by sticking near the mean. Generally speaking, forecasters who make predictions months in advance rely on analog techniques, which means they look for patterns in the c urrent weather, then f i n d similar patterns in prior years. Their predictions are based on what happened in the past. The problem is that this technique has never been shown to work particularly well. The atmosphere is a complicated place, and it's very difficult to say that a single past year, or even a combination of past years, is enough like this year to make accurate predictions. The National Weather Service relies more on dynamic forecasting. T h e ag e ncy's experts observe the weather
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systems at work in the atmosphere, then use mathematical and physical models to calculate what will happen next. The technique is far more reliable, but it has its limits. "We sustain higher accuracy out to two to three days in advance; then i t s t a r ts dropping off faster at days six through eight," says Louis Uccellini, director of the National Weather Service. That's why t h e N a tional Weather Service makes specific weather forecasts — high and lowtemperature and probability of precipitation — only seven days in advance. For extreme weatherevents such as hurricanes and cyclones, the agency sometimes makes longer-term predictions, based on such things as movements of the M addenJulian Oscillation (a cycle of a tmospheric weather in t h e Indian Ocean and the western Pacific) or the more famous El Nino weather pattern. The Weather Servicealso offers a 10-month forecast, but it's extremely vague, making such predictions as an above-average amount of precipitation over the course of a season. Making specific predictions that far ahead isn't yet possible, and it may never be, ac-
Almanacs say they use top-secret formulas for their prognostications,many of which are vague enough toaccommodate a wide range of weather. cording to Uccellini. He notes that three obstacles prevent scientists from making reliable forecasts even only 10 days in advance: observation systems, numerical m odels and computing power.
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died in Mexico City at age 81. In1999, the Columbine High
School massacre took place in Colorado as two students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, shot and killed12 classmates and
one teacher before taking their own lives. In 2010, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil plat-
form, leased byBP,killed11 workers and beganspewing an estimated 200 million gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexi-
co for nearly three months. Ten years ago:U.S.Army forces took control of Baghdad
from the Marines in achanging of the guard that thinned the military presence in the capital. Celebrating Easter, the Rev.
Emmanuel Delly, a longtime Iraqi bishop, pleadedfor safeguards against the persecution of Christians in the new lraq. A landslide in southern Kyrgyzstan killed some three dozen
BIRTHDAYS Retired SupremeCourt Justice John Paul Stevens is 93. Actor Leslie Phillips is
89. Actor GeorgeTakei is 76. Singer Johnny Tillotson is 74. Actor Ryan O'Neal is 72. Actor
Gregory Itzin is 65.Actress Jessica Lange is64. Actress Veronica Cartwright is 64. Actor
Clint Howard is54. Actor Crispin Glover is 49. Actor Andy Serkis is 49. Olympic silver medal
figure skater RosalynnSumners is 49. Country singer Wade Hayes is 44. Actor Shemar
Moore is 43.Actress Carmen Electra is 41. Reggae singer Stephen Marley is 41. Rock
musician Marty Crandall is 38. Actor Joey Lawrence is 37. — From wire reports
ORLANDO, Fla. — Central Floridians are no strangers to violent thunderstorms, living in the lightning capital of the country. But now s cientists have discovered an e x otic and dynamic form of energy lurking in the thunderclouds above: dark lightning. Scientists at the Florida Institute of Technology on the Space Coast are traveling the world explaining the mysterious bursts of energy in the atmosphere during lightning storms that emit little visible light. According to scientist Joseph Dwyer andhis colleagues, space telescopes — looking for high-energy burstsfrom solar flares, black holes and exploding stars — detected strange, bright bursts but had no idea where they originated. The phenomenon occurs high in t h e a t mosphere at nearly the same altitude as commercial a i r line f l i ghts. The radiation dark lightning produces is about 100 times more potent than an X-ray. "What's kind of cool is that what w e 're t a l k ing a b out sounds like s cience fiction — but this stuff is really happening inside thunderstorms," said Dwyer, who presented his research at a meeting of the European Geosciences Union in Vienna. "It's happening right over our heads." Normal l i ghtning o ccurs when clouds pregnant with positive and negative charges build up and create an electric field. When those charges separate, they discharge huge amounts of energy suddenly and cause a hot, bright, incandescentspark. It's like rubbing your feet on a rug and touching a metal doorknob. Zap!
Dark lightning is another kind of d i scharge humans can't see. If our eyes were sensitive enough, we might see a bluish-purple glow emanating from the clouds. An electric field emerges just as it does for lightning. But under the right conditions, dark lightning produces a kilometerwide explosion of electrons and their antimatter equivalent, positrons — the power source for the fictional starship Enterprise. Those p a r t icles c o l l ide with air molecules at nearly the speed of light, shooting streams of gamma rays and radio waves into space. If a plane is flying through a thunderstorm, dark l ightning could produce radiation comparable to what a human receives during a full body CT scan or 10 chest X-rays. It can be hazardous, but most pilots avoid thunderclouds at all costs. Dwyer says it's not worth losing sleep over: The likelihood of getting a dosage of dark lightning radiation is low. "This is not a reason to avoid flying," Dwyer said. Dark lightning is less frequent but more powerful than
regular lightning. The continuous collisions of positrons, electrons and airmolecules emitting gamma rays mean thunderstorms act like natural particle accelerators. Scientists use particle accelerators in their research to create electromagnetic fields to find answers to basic questions about the structure and origins of the universe. An older television's cathode-ray tube — which enables you to see images on the monitor — is an example of one. B ecause scientists h a v e only begun to understand the phenomenon, there is still a lot they don't know.
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Obama: Chapter closed in tragedy By Julie Pace The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama declared Friday night that the capture of a second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings "closed an important chapter in this tragedy." But he acknowledged that m an y u n a nswered questions remain about the motivations of the two men accused of perpetrating the attacks that unnerved the nation. "The families of t hose killed so senselessly des erve a n s w ers," sa i d Obama, who branded the suspects "terrorists." The p r esident s p o ke from th e W h i t e H o u se briefing room after 10 p.m. on the East Coast, just over an hour after law enforcement officials apprehended 1 9-year-old Dzho k h a r Tsarnaev. The suspect had been holed up in a boat in a Watertown, Mass., neighborhood. His older brother, 2 6-year-old Tame r l a n Tsarnaev, was also wanted in the bombings and was killed earlier Friday in an attempt to escape police, authorities said. The capture of the second suspect capped a frenzied week in Boston, Washington and elsewhere around the country. L etters a d dressed t o Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., were found to contain traces of poisonous ricin in tests, evoking eerie parallels to the anthrax attacks that followed the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. And a massive explosion leveled a Texas fertilizer plant, leaving at least 14 people dead and more than 200 injured. In his remarks Friday, Obama told the people of West, Texas, that "they are not forgotten." But he focused the bulk of his remarks on the day's events in M a ssachusetts, saying the nation owed a debt of gratitude to law enforcement officials and the city of Boston, which was p aralyzed Friday by t h e manhunt. The president's praise for law enforcement was echoed by Republican leaders on Capitol Hill. House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio called their actions "a job well done under trying circumstances," while Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell o f K e n tucky said the nation "marveled at the coordination, skill, and bravery of military, intelligence,and law enforcement officials at every level." Homeland SecuritySecretary J anet N a politano commended national, state and local law enforcement officials and first responders "who have been and continue to work tirelessly to get to the bottom of the senseless attacks in Boston, and defend and protect the American public." FBI Director Robert Mueller also praised the agencies and officials involved in the investigation and cited public cooperation as important to the successful outcome. "The investigation will continue aspart of our efforts to seek answers and justice, and there will be no pause in that effort. But tonight, I wish to thank all those who worked so tirelessly throughout the week in the pursuit of safety and justice," Mueller said. Obama urged the public against rushingto judgment as officials seek answers to the many questions that remain. "When a t r agedy li ke this happens, with public safety at risk and the stakes so high, it's important that we do this right," he said. "That's why we take care not to rush to judgmentnot about the motivations of these individuals, certainly not about entire groups of people."
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BOSTON — The teenage suspect in the marathon bombings, whose flight from the police after a furious gunfight early Friday sparked an intense manhunt that virtually shut down the Boston metropolitan area all day, was taken into custody Friday night after the police found him hiding in a boat in the backyard of a house in Watertown, Mass., senior law enforcement officials said.
It was not immediately clear what condition he was in. The apparent discovery of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, came just over 26 hours after the FBI circulated pictures of him and his brother, Tamerlan, and called them suspects in Monday's bombings, which killed three people and w ounded more than 170. The case unfolded quickly — and lethally — after that. Law-enforcement officials said that within hours of the release of the pictures, the two men shot and killed a campus police officer at the
M assachusetts I n stitute o f Technology, carjacked a sport utility vehicle and led police on a chase, tossing several pipe bombs from their vehicle. Early Friday, the men got into a pitched gunbattle with police in Watertown in which more than 200 rounds were fired, and a transit police officer was critically wounded. When the shootout ended, Tamerlan Tsarnaev,26, had been shot and fatally wounded. He was wearing explosives when he was killed, several law enforcement officials said. But his younger
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The olderbrother,Tamerlan, was interviewed by the FBI in 2011 when a foreign governm ent asked the bureau to determine whether he had extremist ties, according to a senior law enforcement offlcial. The government knew he was planning to travel there and was afraid he might be a risk, the official said. "They had something on him and were concerned about him and him traveling to their region," the official said. The FBI conducted a review, examining websites that he had visited, trying t o d etermine whether he was spending time with extremists and ultimately interviewing him. The FBI concluded that he was not a threat. Now officials are scrutinizing that trip, to see if he might have met with extremists while abroad.
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brother, Dzhokhar, managed to escape — running over his brother as he sped away, the officials said. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's disappearance, and fears that he could be armed with more explosives, set off one of the most intense manhunts in r ecent memory. SWAT teams and Humvees rolled through quiet residential streets. M i l itary helicopters hovered overhead. Bomb squads were called to several locations. And Boston — New England's largest city — was essentially shut down. As hundreds of police officers fanned out across New England looking for Tsarnaev, investigators tried to piece together a fuller picture of the two brothers, to d etermine more about the bombing at the Boston marathon.
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Age 19 years Born Kyrgyzstan
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WATERTOWN, Mass. Police officers and firefighters stood grim-faced with guns and rifles, lining the street leading to the suburban property where a suspect in twin bombings at the Boston Marathon was believed to be holed Up. Reporters and s pectators lined up on the other side. The mood was tense, with the few neighbors venturing out hugging and crying as they heard bangs. Others merely looked on curiously. Then, one officer slowly s tarted c lapping. T he n i t spread to the crowd. Then loud cheers broke out. People in the crowd started asking, "Is he alive'?" One of the officers nodded, yes. Any time a first responder emerged from the street, there was loud -
applause. The suspect, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was taken to a hospital after engaging in a firefight with police while
hiding out in a parked boat. " Never i n my wi l d e s t dreams did I think that this would result in a s h ootout in Watertown," said Sheamus McGovern, of Belmont, Mass. McGovern had been startled overnight Friday when he heard "what sounded like firecrackers,last night after one, and then pure bedlam." He could hear the helicopters overhead all day. But after the capture, celebratory bells rang from a church tower. Crowds lined the streets into the center of town. Teenagers waved Ameri can flags. Every ca r t h at drove by honked. Every time an emergency vehicle went
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Marathonattendee Bob Leonard discovered he had photos showing bombingsuspects Tamerian Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, including this one, and upioaded them to the FBI's tip site.
P otos rompu ic p ay important ro e By Carol Druga and Terry Spencer The Associated Press
When the FBI released images of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing,Bob Leonard used the time stamp shown on them to narrow his search of the hundreds of photos he had snapped that day. He realized that he, too, had photos of the faces of the two men authorities were searching for and used the FBI tip line to upload them. Thursday morning, he saw his cropped photos all over the morning news. "That finally gave them a good facial picture," the 58year-old electrical engineer said. "It was a p retty good breakthrough." He was not the only picturetaker to help with images of the suspects.Seconds afterthe bombs exploded, David Green pulled out his smartphone and took a photo of the chaos developing a couple hundred yards in front of him — the smoke, the people running in panic. The Jacksonville businessman then put his phone back in his pocket and went to help the injured. It wasn't until Thursday, when officials released surveillance video of the two suspects, that Green realized what he had — a picture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev walking away from the scene. When Green's photo of one of the Boston bombing suspects fleeing the scene first surfaced, there was considerabledoubt as to its authenticity because of the very low resolution of the image, which made the photo appear to be a composite image. When Green later provided the high-resolution frame directly from his cellphone, editors of The Associated Press were able to establish its authenticity based on the improved resolution as well as the time the
photo was taken. Green, back at his home in Florida, wore his yellow and blue Boston Marathon jersey as he talked about the now-famous photo. Green, 49, had finished Monday's marathon in 3 hours and 17 minutes, about an hour beforetheblasts. After he recovered, he went back to Boylston Street, where the finish line is located, to watch the rest of the race with his friends. He realized his phone was dying, so he went into a nearby store with a recharging station. About 15 minutes later, he was walking backto his friends when the first bomb went off. "When I saw it, I pulled out the camera and immediately took that picture," Green said. He then put it back in his pocket and went to help the injured, including a boy and others who were missing limbs. A short time later, his friend Jason Lubin texted him and asked if he was OK. He replied withthe photograph and a note: "It was just in front of me." Lubin said Thursday night, after the FBI released photos of the two suspects, that he decided to take a closer look at Green's photograph — on the offchance Green had captured anything unusual. He pulled up the photo on his smartphone and zoomed in on the crowd. There in the lower left corner was Dzhokhar Tsarnaev walking around a corner, his backward white baseball cap standing out amid the dozens of panicked people fleeing. "I literally had to sit down," Lubin said. Green contacted the FBI, which told him to send them a
copy of the photograph. "He i s c a l ml y w a l k ing, without panic," Green said of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Do news mistakes matter anymore? By Paul Farhi The Washington Post
Over and over this week, the media got it wrong. A suspect in the Boston Marathon bombingshadbeenarrested;infact, one hadn't. A Saudi national was in custody in the attacks; in fact, there was no such individual. The two actual
Washington-based think tank. In fact, minutes after the Ass o ciated Press, CNN and Fox N e w s r e p orted W ednesday t h a t an arrest had been made, t h e i n f o rmation was b eing r e f uted by other sources via t e levision and social media, h e notes. The original sources soon corrected their
who took him as a subject for an essay assignment in a phoContinued from A1 tojournalism class at Boston The Tsarnaevs came with University. "There are no their family to th e U nited values anymore,"Tamerlan States almost a decade ago said in the essay, which was from Kyrgyzstan, after living later published in Boston Unibriefly in the Dagestan region versity's magazine The Comof Russia. Tamerlan, who was ment. "People can't control killed early Friday morning in themselves." a shootout with law enforceAnzor Tsarnaev, the brothment officers, was 15 at the ers'father,who returned to time. Dzhokhar, who was in Russia about a year ago, said custody Friday evening, was in a telephone interview in only 8. Russia that his older son was In America, they took up hoping to become a U.S. citilives familiar to every new zen — Dzhokhar became a immigrant, gradually adapt- naturalized citizen in 2012, ing to a new culture, a new b ut Tamerlan still h eld a language, new schools and green card — but that a 2009 new friends. domestic violence complaint Dzhokhar, a h a n dsome was standing in his way. "Because of his girlfriend, teenager with a wr y y earbook smile, was liked and he hit her l ightly, he was respected by hisclassmates locked up for half an hour," at Cambridge Rindge & Latin Anzor Tsarnaev said. "There School, where celebrities like was jealousy there." And Ben Affleck and Matt Damon Tamerlan Tsarnaev was inhad walked the halls before terviewed by the FBI in 2011 him. A c l assmate remem- when a foreign government bered how elated he seemed asked the bureau to deteron the night of the senior mine whether he had extremprom. Wearing a black tux- ist ties, according to a senior edo and a red bowtie, he was law enforcement official. Yet with a date among 40 students Dzhokhar admired and emuwho met at a private home lated his older brother, some before the event to have their classmates said, to a degree photos taken, recalled Sierra that i n h i n dsight seemed Schwartz, 20. worrisome. "He was happy to be there, Peter Tean,21, ahighschool and people were happy he wrestling t eammate, said was there," Schwartz said. that he thought Dzhokhar's "He was accepted and very intense interest in rough-andwell liked." tumble sports came from a A talented wrestler, he was desire to be like his brother. "He's done these violent listed as a Greater Boston League Winter All-Star. "He sports because his brother's was a smart kid," said Peter a boxer," Tean said. "He really Payack, 63, assistant wres- loves his brother, looks up to him." tling coach at the school. In 2011, the year he graduated, Dzhokhar's uncle, Ruslan he was awarded a $2,500 Tsarni, 42, also spoke of the s cholarship by the city o f influence his older brother Cambridge, an honor granted had over him, saying of Taonly 35 to 40 students a year. merlan in a telephone interBut while life seemed easy view, "He could manipulate for Dzhokhar, for Tamerlan it him." seemed more fraught. In C a m bridge, w h e r e A p romising boxer, he Dzhokhar lived in the thirdfought in the Golden Gloves floorunit of a caramel-colored National Tournament in 2009, wood-frame tripl e-decker on and hewas noticedbyayoung Norfolk Street, the brothers photographer, Johannes Hirn, were often seen together. It is
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that dates back to 1943, when Josef Stalin deported most Chechens from their homeland over concerns they were collaborating with the invading Nazi army. Most returned to Chechnya in the 1950s, after the death of Stalin and lifting of the deportation order, but some stayed. Yet that history does little to explain how the brothers became wanted criminals in a horrific act of terrorism, their
images captured on grainy surveillance tape and broadcast across the nation. Gilberto Junior, who owns an auto body shop in Somerville, just saw them as "regular kids," albeit wealthy ones with a taste for expensive cars. So it did not especially alarm him when Dzhokhar rushed in Tuesday, the day after the bombing, and said he needed his car i m mediately, never mind that the repairs had not been done and the white Mercedes wagon had no bumper and no taillights. The younger Tsarnaevbrother seemed nervous, he said. He was biting his nails and his knees were bending back and forth a bit — it occurred to Junior that he might be on drugs. "At the time I didn't think about anything," Junior said. "How could I judge him'? I knew that he was nervous — that's it."
Quran: "Do good, because Allah loves those who do good." Tsarnaev, the father,said that the family had come to the United States fleeing from war. In Kyrgystan, they w ere part of a Chechen diaspora
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Underpass construction The city of Bend plans to tackle the stormwater problem around the Third Street underpass this summer.
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in, they're being held to that standard," Edde said. The stormwater basin that drains tothe underpass is 50 acres, and the underpass has previously flooded after only 0.37 inches of rain, Edde said. "There's so much cement within the little basin that it's overwhelming th e system," Edde said. Capell said an added benefit of the project is that it will reduce the amount of stormwater that goes into the city sewer system. Currently, when the underpass floods, the city pumps the water into the sewers, Capell said. Clinton said he would have preferred forthe project to include more redevelopment of Third Street, but he did not have support from other councilors to change the project. "I think t h ere ar e o ther places around town that tend to fill u p w i t h w a t er, and whatever is learned on this project could potentially save money," Clinton said.
tor of an adult foster home, said some fosterhomes have been closing down, h a rming an a l r eady v u lnerable population. "I don't approve of any budget that would shortchange one group of people to benefit another," she said. "I don't approve of that." Following Friday's event, Knopp said the face-to-face interactions between citizens and legislators are an opportunity to learn what Oregonians are passionate about, in contrast to the letters and emails he receives, which are almost entirely in opposition to one issue or another. "It's really great the ways and means committee was able to get out here to Bend, because a lot of these folks aren't going to be able to get to the capital," he said. The Ways and Means Committee continues its tour next week with similar events in H ermiston, T i l amook a n d Portland.
Continued from A1 Enrollment a t O S U -Cascades has climbed by 60 percentover five years and is projected to double over the next five, Shinderman said. By2015, when the university hopes to welcome its f i rst f r eshman class, OSU-Cascades is expected to need 90,000 square feet of s p ace, Shinderman said, and is counting on $16 million in state bonds to provide that space. Gov. John Kitzhaber established Cascades campus fund-
ing as a budget priority during this legislative session, and the concept enjoys broad support in the Legislature. Jim M i ddleton, president of Central Oregon Commu-
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not step up to the next level," Middleton said. Supporters of the OSU Extension Service also had a strong presence at Friday's event, calling on legislators to protect the services' programs from budget cuts. Lee Fisher, vice president of the Central Oregon Hay Growers Association, said the scientific expertise of extension service staff is an essentialservice for ranchers and farmers faced with difficulties managing their land or maximizing their crops. If not for the work of the extension service over the years, Central Oregon would likely have no significant agriculture at all, he said. "We ag peoplewouldn't exist — and for that matter, neither would you — if we didn't have food, farming, etc.," Fisher said. Several speakers spoke in support of increased funding independent living programs and otherservices for the developmentally disabled. Connie Chance, the opera-
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wants nothing to do with it. " I don't think t hi s i s t h e kind of reputation that Colorado really wants, to be the pot capital — or the Netherlands — of the United States," said Gorman, the director of t he Rocky M o untain H i g h Intensity D ru g T r a f ficking Area program — which coordinates federal, state and local la w e n f orcement efforts — and theformer head of California's anti-narcotics operations. "Now we are R ocky M ountain h i g h f o r real." Gorman predicted that it would take only four to six yearsbefore state voters scrap the legalized system as they watch drug use rise in both adults and teens. "How many more people getting killed on the interstates are we willing to accept before we say enough is enough and this was not a good idea'?" he asked. Saturday's event, the "420 Rally," has become an annual affair here, taking place on April 20, or 4/20. Legend has it that the significance of the number dates back to the early 1970s, when a group of Cali-
fornia teens smoked pot each day at 4:20 p.m. Now it's a day of marijuana activism across the country. James Walker, one of the organizers of World Cannabis Week and the head of a new Denver-based company called My 420 Tours, said this year's rally could draw more than
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Cyclist toppled on Voodootrail A mountain biker carried from a crash on the Voodoo trail suf-
fered serious injuries Thursday, according to the Deschutes County
Sheriff's Office. Mark Quinlin, 46, of Bend, went down
aboard his mountain bike making a turn on the trail south of
Skyliners Roadbetween 6and 7 p.m. Thursday, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Deputies and personnel from the sheriff's
Search and Rescueunit arrived and wheeled him on a litter a half-mile
to a waiting BendFire Department ambulance
on Skyliners Road,according to the Sheriff's Office. Kayley Mendenhall
of St. Charles Bendsaid Friday that Quinlin was in fair condition.
Quinlin was wearing a
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Bulletin staff report The St. Charles Health System board of directors on Friday approved the construction of a new hospital in Prineville. The board also chose a site, 20 acres on the old O choco Lumber sit e on Southeast Combs Flat Road, according to a health system announcement. Board approval was the finalstep in a process begun in April with a vote by the Pioneer Memorial Hospital membership to curtail the lease of Pioneer Memorial to St. Charles and sell the building and other assets. The new hospital is expected to cost $30 million; construction could start late this year or early 2014. The next step is selection of a firm to design and build the new hospital, which is scheduled to open in spring 2015. The board gave that task to the health system manage-
New hospital for Prineville
The St. Charles Health System board of directors has approved the old Ochoco Lumber site as the location for a new hospital. The facility is
scheduled to open in 2015.
Pioneer Nemorial Hospital OchocoAve. Seventh St. Laughlin Rd.
Ochoco Hwy.(Third St.)
Site chosen E CI oo Greg Cross i The Bulletin
ment along with its approval Friday, according to hospital spokeswoman Kayley Mendenhall. Bob Gomes, the CEO of Pioneer Memorial Hospital and St. Charles Redmond, said
that selection should come in the next two months. He declined to identify the two firms chosen as finalists from seven that submitted proposals. He said both provided conceptual drawings of a new hospital.
The new hospital will include inpatient beds, an emergency department, surgical suites, imaging services, laboratory services, physician clinic space and otherfeatures,according to Mendenhall. "The investment in new facilities and innovative services will lead to a healthier community consistent with our new vision for health services in the region," Mendenhall quoted James Diegel, president and CEO of St. Charles Health System, as saying. Once thePioneer Memorialmembership disposes of its assets, about $1 million worth, it will go out of existence, Gomes said. Some of the money will go toward the cost of building the new hospital, some will go into a scholarship fund for Crook County students interested in medicine. SeeHospital/B6
helmet at the time of the
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positions on ballot By Sheila G. Miller The Bulletin
It's a time of change at Central Oregon Community College. This week COCC President Jim Middleton announced he would retire in 2014. The college is dealing with a changing state aid structure that will move away from per-student funding to merit funding that takes into account the college's success. And this May, five of the seven positions on the COCC board of directorsare up for election. In the past year the board has seen a great deal of turnover, although just one of the spots is contested. Here's a look at the candidates:
Zone1 Joe Krenowicz, 56, is running unopposed for a position currently held by Don Reeder, who will not seek re-election. Reeder has served on the board since 1997, representing Jefferson County, the northernmost precinct of Deschutes County and a small piece of Wasco County. Krenowicz said he's been serving on the college's budget committee for several years with the
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He became interested in the college because of the role that good education plays in a strong economy. He also has helped with fundraising for COCC and worked to get COCC's bond passed in 2009, which helped create the new education center in Madras. Krenowicz believes there are several challenges facing the college. "We've had a large increase in the student population and it's starting to level out, so we hope it continues to grow at a lot more reasonable rate," he said. Beyond student growth, he said finances will be the other big issue. SeeCOCC/B5
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be open to the general public by free admission. Fundraising events
do not qualify, nor do strictly partisan gather-
ings. Keydates • April 30: Last day to register to vote • May 3: Ballots will be mailed out • May 21: Election Day
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adras High School equestrian competitors Skyla Booren, top, and Lakota Jensen,
A complete list of candidates for Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties is at www.bendbulletin.com/ may21candidates
County Fairgrounds in Redmond on the first of two days of the Oregon High School Equestrian
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Teams Central District meet. It is the third and final meet of the season for local high school riders
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below, put their cowboy hats on their horses as they wait to compete Friday in the In Hand Obstacle Course event at the Hooker Creek Event Center at the Deschutes
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Elise Furgurson, 15, right, and Anna Peterson, 14, add details to the clouds in their chalk panel during the street chalk art competition last Saturday during the Bend Spring Festival in Northwest Crossing. The pair, along with their teammates Kaila Ablao and Martine Blank, not pictured, won in the school spirit category. See more art and find the rest of the winners on page B2.
Bulletin staff report A w i n dfall o f d o n ated goods from Wal-Mart found its way into the hands of the less fortunate around Deschutes County, thanks to the county Sheriff's Office. More than $20,000 worth of shoes, c lothing, t oys, games and other unused, unsold items were distributed by the Sheriff's Office to charitable organizations and public agencies. Those organizations include the sheriff's Central Oregon Partnerships for Youth, the county Home Health Programs, The Bethlehem Inn, Head Start and Neighbor Impact, and 20 others. "We were ableto provide items to hundreds of families throughout Deschutes County," Sheriff L arry B l anton stated in an announcement
about the program. Sheriff's Capt. Shane Nelson said the merchandise d onation by W a l-Mart i n Bend was a one-time event. The storewas remodeling as it transitioned into a "supercenter" and decided to unload the merchandise. A call to the Bend store seeking comment was not returned Friday. "We went to work contacting the agencies in our area and took a few weeks getting the items distributed," Nelson said. The items filled 20
"We're j u st so happy Wal-Mart gave us this merchandise, and we can use it in a proactive way and affect those citizens that are less fortunate," Nelson said Friday. SeeWal-Mart/B6
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Photos by Joe Kline •The Bulletin
More than 50 people participated in the free Spring Fest chalk art competition in Bend's Northwest Crossing last weekend. Hundreds of dollars in cash Kerrisa Scalise adds detail to the chalk and pastel face in her panel, "Spring" which won honorable mention in the adult category.
prizes were given to the winners, listed below.
Spring Fest visitors check out the chalk creations during the street chalk art competition. "Katie," by Samuel Fisch, is visible in the foreground. The piece was awarded an honorable mention in the adult category. A few professional artists also created panels in an exhibition area that also included works from last year's youth category winner, Maisy Washatka, and adult category winner, Karen Eland.
YOUTH CATEGORY First place:"The OldMill
Owl" by Risa Christie Honorable Mention: "Spring" by Haily Gutowsky
Honorable Mention:"Love Birds" by Lavyn King ADULT CATEGORY First place:"Sparks" by Andy Thornton Honorable Mention: Karine Gagermeier, 14, puts a few finishing touches with a brush on her chalk artwork.
Marian Weislogel colors in part of her chalk panel.
Dan Nunes takes a break to look over his mountain scene.
"Spring" by Kerrisa Scalise Honorable Mention: "Katie" by Samuel Fisch
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E VENT TODAY GOAT JAMBOREE:Featuring classes, shopping and a raffle; registration requested; $10, $7 chil dren;8 a.m .-3:30 p.m.; Bluestone Gardens, 12555 State Highway 126, Powell Butte; COGA2010Oaol.com or www. thecoga.org. DUEL IN THEDESERT:A road and mountain bike sprint duathlon; a portion of proceeds benefits Friends of the Badlands; free for spectators; 9 a.m.; Eagle Crest Resort, 1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond; 541-323-0964 or www.bendduel.com. WALK MS:A 5K walk to benefit multiple sclerosis treatment and local programs; registration required; proceeds benefit the National MS Society; donations requested; 10 a.m. walk, 8 a.m. registration; Riverbend Park, Southwest Columbia Street and Southwest Shevlin Hixon Drive, Bend; 503-445-8360 or www. walkorc.nationalmssociety.org. EARTH DAYFAIRANDPARADE: Includes interactive activities, live music, green businesses and more; the costumed parade through downtown Bend, featuring costumes connected to the natural world, will kick off festivities; free; 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 10:30 a.m. parade staging; The Environmental Center, 16 N.W. Kansas Ave., Bend; 541-385-6908, ext. 15 or www. envirocenter.org. JOHN MUIR EXHIBITION:View images and specimens of the botanical legacy preserved by John Muir; included in the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65 and older, $7 ages 5-12, free ages 4 and younger; 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www. highdesertmuseum.org. NATIONALASTRONOMY DAY CELEBRATION:Activities include talks about astronomy, star shows, solar viewing and demonstrations; 1 p.m.4:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. for moon presentation; Coffield
AL E N D A R Community Center, 1750 W. McKinney Butte Drive, Sisters; 541-617-1086 or drjhammondO oldshoepress.com. "PIRATES OF PENZANCEJR.": Bend Experimental Art Theatre presents the Gilbert & Sullivan classic musical about pirates and young lovers; $15, $10 students and ages younger than 18; 2 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Pinckney Center for the Arts, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-4195558 or www.beattickets.org. "PIRATES OF PENZANCEJR.": Bend Experimental Art Theatre presents the Gilbert 8 Sullivan classic musical about pirates and young lovers; $15, $10 students and ages younger than 18; 7 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Pinckney Center for the Arts, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-4195558 or www.beattickets.org. JEFFERSON COUNTYCOMMUNITY READ:William L. Sullivan, author of "Listening for Coyote" and "Cabin Fever," talks about tales from his books; free; 7 p.m.; Jefferson County Library, Rodriguez Annex, 134 S.E. E St., Madras; 541-475-3351 or www.jcld.org. "CRAZY ABOUTME":Stage Right Productions and Suzan Noyes present a new romantic comedy play about moving ahead with both feet firmly planted in the past; $18, $15 students and seniors; 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. CENTRALOREGON MASTERSINGERS: The choir presents "Voices of Hope" under the direction of Clyde Thompson; $15; 7:30 p.m.; First Presbyterian Church, 230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend; 541-385-7229 or www.co-mastersingers.com. COMEDY WITHBILLBORONKAY AND ANDYBENINGO:The comedians perform; $10 includes a drink; 7:30 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m.; The Original Kayo's Dinner House and Lounge, 415 N.E. Third St., Bend; 541 -323-2520.
Email events at least 10 days before publication date to communitylifeibendbulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" at wtvw.bendbulletin.com. Ongoing listings must be updated monthly. Contact: 541-383-0351.
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Jeff Browning races down Ben's Trail in the 2009 Duel in the Desert duathlon. This year's event is at 9 a.m. today. BALTO:The Portland-based indie-folk performs with Renegade Stringband; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541728-0879 or www.facebook. com/thehornedhand. BEATS ANTIQUE: The electroworld-jam band performs, with Michal Menert, Medium Troy, Paul Baltic and more; $25 plus fees in advance, $35 at the door; 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m.; Midtown Ballroom, 51 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541408-4329 or www.bendticket. com. CIUDADESNORTHWEST FLAMENCO TOUR: A presentation of traditional flamenco artistry, featuring gypsy flamenco singer Jesus Montoya, guitarist Pedro Cortes and dancer Savannah Fuentes; $17, $9 students, $7 children, plus fees in advance; 8 p.m.; The Sound Garden, 1279 N.E. Second St., Bend; 541633-6804 or www.bendticket. com. PIGS ONTHEWING: The Portland band performs two sets of classic Pink Floyd in a tribute; $10 at the door; 8 pm, doors open at 7 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-8159122.
SUNDAY "ALONE IN THE WILDERNESS": A screening of the documentary film about the life of Richard Proenneke in the wilds of Alaska; free; 1 p.m.; La Pine Public Library, 16425 First St.; 541-3121033 or www.deschuteslibrary. org/calendar. "ALONE IN THE WILDERNESS": A screening of the documentary film about the life of Richard Proenneke in the wilds of Alaska; free; 2 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-312-1033 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "PIRATES OF PENZANCEJR.": Bend Experimental Art Theatre presents the Gilbert 8 Sullivan classic musical about pirates and young lovers; $15, $10 students and ages younger than 18; 2 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Pinckney Center for the Arts, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-419-5558 or www. beattickets.org. HOMESTEADINGCENTRAL OREGON:Kelly Cannon-Miller of the Des Chutes Historical Museum discusses the reality of early 20th century homesteading; free; 2 p.m.;
Sisters Public Library, 110 N. Cedar St.; 541-312-1033 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "CRAZY ABOUTME":Stage Right Productions and Suzan Noyes present a new romantic comedy play about moving ahead with both feet firmly planted in the past; $18, $15 students and seniors; 3 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. AUTHORPRESENTATION:Noah Strycker talks about his book, "Among Penguins," with a slide show; free; 3 p.m.; Paulina Springs Books, 422 S.W. Sixth St., Redmond; 541-526-1491. BANFF MOUNTAINFILM FESTIVAL: A screening of a collection of action, environmental and adventure films about mountains; proceeds benefit Rimrock Expeditionary Alternative Learning Middle School; $20; 6 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org.
MONDAY "PUSH TUNISIA":A screening of the documentary film about skateboarders and street artists on a trip to Tunisia shortly after the Arab Spring Uprising plus a presentation by Jesse Roberts, CEOof Rise Up lnternational; free; 6:15 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-388-1793 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar.
TUESDAY LUNCHANDLECTURE:Learn about how John Muir's ideas about nature brought about the establishment of national forests, parks and wilderness areas in Oregon; bring a sack lunch; included in the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65 and older, $7 ages 5-12, free ages 4 and younger; noon-1 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www. highdesertmuseum.org.
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POLICE LOG The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358. Bend Police Department Theft — A theft was reported and an arrest made at 4:07 p.m. April14, in the 2500 block of Northeast U.S. Highway 20. DUU —James Ross Scott, 37, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants
at 4:41 p.m. April14, in the areaof Brookswood Boulevard andBeth Avenue. Theft — Atheft was reported at12:45 p.m. April17, in the 800 block of Northwest Bond Street. Theft — A theft was reported at 2:54 p.m. April17, in the100 block of Northeast Bend River Mall Avenue.
CIVIL SUITS Filed March 22 13CV0450 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. as trustee for WAMUmortgage passthrough certificates series 2006-PR2 trust v. Steven A.Segal, AnneSegal, JPMorgan ChaseBank N.A. successor in interest by purchase from the Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation as receiver of Washington Mutual Bankfka Washington Mutual Bank F.A., complaint, $163,162.26 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0451 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. SheaMilliron aka SheaB. Miech and Foxborough Homeowners Association lnc., complaint, $222,517.42 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0452 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Lewis A. Roman, Helga K.Roman and Wells FargoBankN.A., complaint, $264,922.32 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0453 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Phyllis J. Bales akaPhyllis Jean Bales individually and asaffiant of the small estate of Monty Charles Bales Case No.11PS0011MA,Capital One Bank, Unifund CCRPartners, Discover Bankarld state of Oregon, complaint, $232,403.33 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0455 —U.S. Bank N.A. as trustee successor in interest to Bank of America N.A. as trustee as successor by merger to Lasalle Bank N.A. as trustee for WAMU mortgage pass-through certificates series 2007-OA3 trust through its loan servicing agent JPMorganChase Bank N.A. v. StevenDevere, Amber Devere akaAmber Kathleen Dyson, state of Oregon Department of Justice, Division of Child Supportand FoxboroughHomeowners Association Inc., complaint, $234,791.50 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0456 —The Bank of NewYork Mellon Trust Co.N.A. fkaThe Bank of New YorkTrust Company N.A. as
trustee for the registered holder of U.S.A. Residential Properties LLC fka Stabfund Residential Properties LLC trust certificate — P&l v. Eric J. Huffman, Lee AnnHuffman, National City Bank andOregonAffordable Housing Assistance Corporation, complaint, $559,979.89 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0457 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. as trustee for the holders of the First Franklin Mortgage LoanTrust 2006-FF17 mortgage pass-through certificates series 2006-FF17through its loan servicing agent Select Portfolio Servicing lnc. v. Coury P. Fadness, Kristin L. Fadness, RBS Citizens N.A., RayKlein lnc. dba Professional Credit Service andQuick Collect lnc., complaint, $287,795.47 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0458 —U.S. BankN.A. as trustee for Ownit Mortgage Loan Trust mortgage loan asset-backed certificates series 2006-5 through its loan servicing agent Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC v.Anthony Gabaldon, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems lnc. andOwnit Mortgage Solutions lnc., complaint, $154,541.71 plus interest, costs and fees Filed March 25
13CV0454 —Mechele Beardv. Kathryn R. Lippert, complaint, $67,004.30 13CV0459 —Teresa E.Standley v. St. Charles Health System lnc. dba St. Charles Medical Center, Praxis Medical Group PC.dba AdvancedSpecialty CareandJanaM. Vanamburg, complaint, $1,000,000 13CV0460 —Cindy M. Dunham v. Katie E. Hall andThomas D.Hall, complaint ,$903,500.59 13CV0461 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Michael G.Fief aka Michael Gregory Fief, Jo D. Fief aka JoDeAnnFief and Selco Community Credit Union, complaint, $201,728.48 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0463 —PMI Mortgage
NEWS OF RECORD Theft —A theft was reported at 6:12 p.m. April17, in the 400 block of Northeast OlneyAvenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:37 a.m. April 'I8, in the100 block of Northeast lrving Avenue. Theft —Atheft was reported at11:36 a.m. April18, in the 2600 block of Northeast U.S. Highway 20. Burglary — A burglary was reported at12:19 p.m. April 18, in the 200 block of Southeast LogsdenStreet. Theft —A theft was reported at 5:56 p.m. April16, in the 3100 block of North U.S. Highway 97. PrlnevHle Police Department Theft —Atheft was reported at10:13 a.m. April I8, in the area of Northwest Seventh Street. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 10:25 a.m. April18, in the areaof Northwest DeerStreet. Burglary — A burglary with an estimated loss of $710was reported
bendbulletin.COm TheBulletin at11:33 a.m. April18, in the areaof Southeast Second Street. Oregon State Police DUII —James D. Brown, 46, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of irltoxicarlts at 2:35 p.m. April18, in thearea of U.S. Highway 97 nearmilepost151. DUII —Stephen Barry Archer, 47, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at1:52 a.m. April19, in the areaof Northeast Third Street and Northeast Underwood Avenue inBend.
WEDNESDAY "BALSEROS":A screening of a Spanish documentary film (subtitled) about Cuban refugees; free; 6 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-318-3726. "CLIMB TONEW HEIGHTS TO TAKE BACKTHENIGHT":Clim b to the top of the butte in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month; free; 6 p.m.; Pilot Butte State Park, Northeast Pilot Butte Summit Drive, Bend; 541-3829227 or lauren©saving-grace. Ol'g.
FOLKLORE INOURLIVES: Terry Krueger, a literature instructor at Central Oregon Community College, explores the significance of folklore; free; 6 p.m.; Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Lane; 541-3'l2-1033 or www.deschuteslibrary.org/ calendar. BOOK DISCUSSION: Discuss "The Snow Child" by Eowyn Ivey; part of "A Novel Idea .. Read Together"; free; 6:30 p.m.; Sisters Public Library, 110 N. Cedar St.; 541-312-1070 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "THE BIGBANDS:PASTTO PRESENT":The Oregon Jazz Ensemble performs Big Band songs as part of the University of Oregon's School of Music and Dance Jazz Appreciation Month festivities; free, ticket required; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org.
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Insurance Co. v.Ryan L. Enders, complaint, $23,000 13CV0464 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Debra J. Tillman andElvis L. Tillman, complaint, $142,788.63 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0465 —Bank of America N.A. v. Jeremy J. GreggandKindren N. Gregg, complaint, $171,769.70 13CV0466 —Bank of America N.A. v. Dawn E. Miller and Frank E.Miller, complaint, $177,811.10 13CV0467 —Bank of America N.A. v. Raul G.Venegas and Araceli C. Guzman, complaint,$228,606.22 13CV0468 —State Farm Mutual Automobile lnsuranceCompanyas subrogee of Angelica Evers v. Robin V. Elbek, complaint, $12,905.95 13CV0469 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Robert C. Hoyer, Bernadette H. Hoyer, Holly J. CannonHoyer and Wells Fargo Bank N.A., complaint, $127,417.23 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0470 —JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. v. James M.Long, Susan R. Long, JPMorganChase Bank N.A. successor in interest by purchase from theFederal Deposit Insurance Corporation as receiver of Washington Mutual Bank, Tollgate Property Owners Association and Tollgate Water Company,complaint, $284,137.49 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0471 —Wells Fargo BankN.A.v. Lynn Mullen, complaint, $393,809.57 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0472 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Louise McClurg, Kevin L. McClurg and Association of Unit Owners of Whispering Pines Condominiums, complaint, $301,528.40 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0473 —Robert Kronsberg and JaredL.Graham v.HugoM.Iyiendoza, complaint, $11,910.26 13CV0474 —Capital One Bank N.A. v. Jeffrey R. Scott, complaint, $22,562.62
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sure on the May ballot. A major chunk of the $9.75 million measure will be spent on demolishing and replacing two aging wings of the district's elementary school. The two wings were put up more than 50 years ago. As was common at the time, asbestos was used in the old wings, and removing it requires expensive special procedures. Other safety measures include improved security for exterior doors at the high school. Money also would go to bring the schools into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. A single structure would replace the two elementary school wings, and new classroom space at both the middle and high schools would ease crowding in the district. Too, aging heating systems in the elementary and high schools would be upgraded.Other, smaller, improvements also would be made in all three schools. Finally, and p r obably most controversially, money would go to pay off a piece of property the district paid $1.9 million for five years ago for expansion. The purchase was not met with universal approval, and resentment lingers, unfortunately.
Yet failing to approve money for the payoff is likely to hit children where it hurts by cutting money spent on their education. That's because the property was paid for with what's called a full faith and credit obligation bond. Unless voters approve paying it off with a general obligation bond from the current measure, district officials will have to take nearly $225,000 a year from their general fund until the debt is retired. Property owners in the district will see their tax bills rise by $2.63 per $1,000 of taxable property value if the measure is approved. That rate could decline over time, however, as growth in the community adds to property tax revenues. It's a good deal. The measure makes schools bigger and safer and assures that m oney t h at should go to teaching does not go to pay down debt. Voters should approveit.
Don't do end run around the Electoral College he Electoral College may not be an ideal way to pick a president. But th e b i l~ lH passed this week by the Oregon House is a lousy way to ii"reform"
to the candidate with the most popular votes. Of course, that's a good goal. It's the solution that's not good. The National Popular Vote it. does get support from both DemHouse Bill 3077 is a finagle ocrats and Republicans. But if around th e e l ectoral c o llege, you look at the states that have without the difficulty of amend- supported the law, they do tend to ing the U.S. Constitution. It would vote Democratic. declare that Oregon will basically Think about what i t w o uld pledge all of its electoral votes to mean in terms of the campaign the winner of the national vote. for the presidency. Candidates Most states, including Oregon, have even more incentive currently have a winner-take-all would system, but the electoral votes than they do now to focus on citgo to the candidate who won the ies with lots of votes, instead of rural areas. Small p opulation state, not the nation. states, such as Oregon, might Similar laws to HB 3077 have become less relevant. It could been passed by states for a total also lead presidential candidates of 132 electoral votes. It takes 270 to pursue more recounts than electoral votes to get a majority. they do now, because in the curThe bill technically gets enacted rent Electoral College system it when states possessing a majority doesn't matter as much if a canof the electoral votes pass similar didate barely wins a state or wins bills. by 85 percent. States get electoral college It might be better to just have votes based on how many sena- individual states assign their electors and r e presentatives they toral college votes as close as they have.That means Oregon gets 7. can to represent how their voters The nationwide effort is called voted. That's better than the way things are now, but imperfect, the National Popular Vote. It seeks to guarantee the presidency too. ~
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the politicians spending money they do not have.
marily by taxpayers and student tuition. Both have a right to know John Severson how their money is being spent In responseto Jason Burge's letter Redmond and why the cost of education con"Republicans Need to Stop Protecttinues to r ise dramatically. The ing the Wealthy": In January, taxes Universities must be university financial system must on the wealthy increased by $60 accountable be transparent and administrators billion per year. Now Burge wants must be able to demonstrate that them to pay even more despite the The Bulletin ran a story April 12 tax revenue and tuition is applied Tax Policy Center's recent report, highlighting criticism offered by directly to educating students. which states that the rich have the the Oregon State Audits Division Greg Johnson highest tax burden since 1979. They in a 75-page auditreport on OrTerrebonne reported that those making over egon University System financial $200,000 per year make 29 percent p ractices. Most notably that t h e Need real border security of all the individual income and university system doesn't have the in immigration reform pay 54 percent of all the individual financial tools to show how much It's obvious the "Bipartisan Path income taxes. Taxpayers making money and personnel are devoted lessthan $75,000 make 38 percent to educational work as opposed to to Immigration Reform," as reportof all the taxable income and pay other activities. ed in the Wall Street Journal on 12 percent of all the income taxes. Being able to clearly show how April 16, offers little if anything reSound protective'? funds are being spent at tax-supgardingtrue border security.From But let us go along and triple that ported e d ucational i n s t itutions the narrative's "first in line" point tax increase to $180 billion a year. seems likea basic and reasonable offering drones to patrol the borOur 2012 deficit was $1.6 trillion. thing to require of university adders followed immediately by the So $180 billion additional tax on ministrators. One would think that comment, '... only yards from us in the rich would have reduced our not being able to do so would emdowntown Nogales, Ariz., a young deficit from $1.6 trillion to about barrass them and fosterimprove- woman climbed an 18' fence right $1.4 trillion. See the problem? ments in the accounting system. before our eyes ..." it's clear the six The politicians picked an enemy, However, Jay Kenton, the educa- senators dismissed a barrier that the rich 2 percent. This is easy tion system's chief finance officer, absolutely stops everyone. Come since the other 98 percent non- responded to the audit report by now, senators. rich are happy to have them as our saying "I don't think they (the OrIsrael has one that stops, well, problem. Sotoprevent us from see- egon State Audits Division) were everyone. ing the real problem — excessive qualified to d o t h e w o rk . T h ey With Boston a s a b a c k drop, spending — they cite the rich as spent time at each of our campus- when will Congress realize Amerthe problem. They are like the ma- es, but I'm not sure they asked the ica demands as much protection gicians distracting us, waving one right questions." Kenton seems to as Israel? It's America that's been hand while performing their "mag- be saying that university adminisdubbed "the great Satan" after all. ic" with another. As long as folks trators know what is best and they S omeday we m a y s u f fer a n fall for this trick, politicians will are not to be questioned regarding explosive device much deadlier, continue to bankrupt our country how resources are allocated. smuggled through our porous borand burden our children with obThis kind of arrogance and unders. Imagine the chaos that would ligations they can never overcome. responsive attitude must be conensue. Trillions will be lost. Wake up, voters. The problem is fronted aggressively. Th e s t ate Wayne Mayo not the rich not paying taxes, it's university system is supported priScappoose
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Movie '42' portrays a significant historical moment By Conrad Weiler he new movie, "42, H tells the story of the breaking of the colorbarrier in Major League baseball almost 70 years ago (1947). J ackie R obinson's s election b y Branch Rickey, then owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, to play with the Dodgers AA A f a r m t e am, M ontreal, was the start to his eventually joining the Brooklyn team in 1947. In the movie, Chadwick Boseman played the role of Robinson. An excellent casting choice for a memorable movie. As a young boy, living in New Jersey, I got to see Robinson and Montreal play against the Newark Bears. History being made. New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York City, also allowed me to be a y oung Dodger fan. Many w eekends and w eekdays were spent watching baseball in New York City. Of the 16 Major League baseballteams, three were
located in New York. The Dodgers and New York Giants were part of the National League and the New York Yankees were dominant in the American League. T he Dodger-Giant rivalry w a s legendary whether played at Ebbets Field, home o f t h e D o dgers, or the Giants home field at the Polo Grounds. World Series games, the "subway series," between the Dodgers and Yankees are legends of the past. Ebbets Field was a wonderful venue for baseball. Seating slightly over 30,000 fans,most seats were good for viewing baseball. The small ballpark, with its short right-field fence, led to many " homers n lifted into Bedford Avenue. A high right-field fence, includ-
IN MY VIEW hit. A strong armed right fielder could retrieve the ball and throw it quickly into second base, holding the hitter to a single. In the movie, portrayed by an actor, Red Barber, broadcaster for Dodger radio games, was shown at the mike. Not shown was his companion radio buddy Connie Desmond. Later, a young Vin Scully joined the b roadcasting crew. Old G ol d c i g arettes s p onsored the games, and when a player hit a home run, the broadcast booth would slide a carton of cigarettes down the screen behind home plate, which the bat boy would retrieve and present to the player in the dugout. These homers were known as
ing large scoreboard, didn't always
stop homers, but it did lead to some interesting doubles and singles. A ball hit off the right-field fence was no guarantee of having a two-base
Also part of the allure of Dodger baseball were Gladys Gooding at
the organ, playing between innings of the game and during the 7th in-
Branch Rickey, as portrayed by Harrison Ford in the movie, thoughtit was time to open Major League baseball to outstanding black players. (Jackie) Robinson was the start. ning "stretch" for the home Dodger team. Hilda Chester and her cowbell were usually in attendance. Also,
the Dodger "symphony" serenading opposing players back to the dugout after they failed to reach base. A solid thump of the large drum sat the opposing player down in the
dugout. Branch Rickey, as portrayed by Harrison Ford in the movie, thought it was time to open Major League baseball to outstanding black players. Robinson was the start. What a wonderful time for baseball was had at Ebbets Field, and Jackie Robinson was an important
part of that era, breaking the color barrier and leading to future Dodger starsand African-American players around both leagues. Campanella, Doby, and Newcombe were some of the early stars. I was lucky enough to see a young Willie Mays, playing with the New York Giants, make his first visiting appearance playing against the Dodgers at Ebbets Field. Could anything top this'? It was sad to see the Dodgers
leave Brooklyn (1957) and head for Los Angeles. So many memories, so many great players, a great time to remember. — Conrad Weiler lives in Camp Sherman.
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Chris Austin Robinson, of Bend
Aug. 15, 1980 - April 17, 2013 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home (541) 382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A Celebration of Life will take place today at Pioneer Park, located at 1525 NW Hill Street in Bend, at 3 PM. Contributions may be made
founded USAToday By Mike Schneider
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COCOA BEACH, Fla. USA Today founder Al Neuharth died Friday in Cocoa Beach, Fla. He was 89. The news was announced b y USA Today and by t h e N ewseum, which h e a l s o founded. Neuharth l aunched USA T oday, th e n a t i on's m o st widely read n ewspaper, in 1982 as chairman and CEO of the Gannett Co. newspaper group. He wanted to create a bright, breezy, fun newspaper that would catch people's attention and not take itself too seriously. Jim Duff, p r esident and chief executive officer of the Freedom Forum, said, "Al will be remembered for many trailblazing ach i e vements in the newspaper business, but one of his most enduring legacies will be his devotion to educating and training new journalists," according to the post on the Newseum website. He added, "He taught them the importance of not only a free press but a fair one." During N euharth's m ore than 15 years at the helm of Gannett, the company became the nation's largest newspaper
Gary L. Holcomb, of Bend July1, 1952- April11, 2013 Arrangements: Deschutes Memorial Chapel, (541)382-5592; www.deschutesmemorialchapel.com
Services: 1:00 PM, Saturday, April 20, 2013, Graveside Service at Deschutes Memorial Gardens, 63875 N. Hwy. 97, Bend. Contributions may be made to:
Deschutes County 4H or to any RonaldMcDonald House inGary's Memory.
Gerald L. Inman, of Bend Feb. 15, 1930 - April 17, 2013 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home (541) 382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A Celebration of Life will be held at the Christian Life Center of Bend, 21720 E. Highway 20, Bend, Oregon on Monday, April 22, 2013, at 11:00am. Contributions may be made to:
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company and the company's annual r evenues increased from $200 million to m o re than $3 billion. He became president and CEO of the company in 1973 and chairman in 1979. He retired in 1989. "I wanted to get rich and famous no matter where it was," Neuharth said in a 1999 Associated Press interview. "I got lucky. Luck is very much a part of it. You have to be at the right place at the right time and pick the right place at the right time." With it s b l u e m a sthead, shorter-than-usual stories and use of color graphics, USA Today was unlike any other newspaper before it. Its style was widely criticized and later widely imitated. "USA Today drew more criticism — and more chaff — in volume and intensity than any media venture in the history of the USA," Neuharth said in his 1989 autobiography, "Confessions of an S.O.B." Critics dubbed it the "McPaper" and accused it of dumbing-down American journalism. Many news veterans gave it few chances for survival. Neuharth's only previous experience with a startup newspaper was the founding of Florida Today in Melbourne, Fla., in 1966. "Everybody was very skeptical and so was I, but I said, you never bet against Neuharth," the late Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham saidin a 2000 Associated Press interview. A dvertisers at first were reluctant to place their money in a new newspaper that might compete with l o cal d ailies. But Neuharth made constant promotional appearances and met with company executives around the country to pitch the newspaper, and it developed into a profitable enterprise. In 1999, USA Today edged past the Wall Street Journal in circulation, with 1.75 million daily copies, to take the title of the nation's biggest newspaper, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations. After he retired from Gannett, Neuharth continued to write "Plain Talk," a weekly column for USA Today.
DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deaths of note from around the world: Storm Thorgerson, 69: English graphic designer whose
eye-popping album art for Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin encapsulatedthe spirit of 1970s psychedelia. Died Thursday. — From wire reports
By Jeff Barnard
and hitcheda ride somewhere after his truck got stuck on a G RANTS PASS — T h e backcountry track. With high sheriff heading up the search winds over the mountain and for a young Oklahoma man heavy snow on the ground, missing in the wilds of south- there was no search planned eastern Oregon said Fridaythe for Friday. Searchers hoped young man was hallucinating a break in the weather today the last time he telephoned would allow planes to fly over his family, and told his girl- the mountain. "There is evidence now he friend he was seeing plants coming out of the ground and was hallucinating at the time running. he talked with hi s f ather," Dustin Self, 19, has been Glerup said from his office in missing a month since set- Burns. "His father says that ting out from his family home the young man had been usoutside Oklahoma City to test ing drugs in the past," and was himself against the w ilder- using drugs to treat attention ness. He had recently watched deficit disorder to stay awake the movie "Into The Wild" on his drive to Oregon. "There is evidence he may about a young man who renounces his worldly goods to have been either under the live in the Alaska wilderness, influenceofdrugs or sleep deonly to die there. Self had also privation at the time he called bought a lot of backpacking his father" to report he was gear and planned to check out lost, the sheriff said, while also churches in Oregon that prac- referencing Self's conversation tice a South American religion with his girlfriend. that uses a hallucinogenic tea Investigators also found on Self's laptop that he had been as a sacrament. Sheriff Dave Glerup said he visiting websites about hallucithinks Self is either dead or nogenic drugs such as peyote walked off Steens Mountain and PCP, Glerup said. The Associated Press
COCC Continued from B1 "The challenge in the near future is w it h ou r p a yroll costs, with regards to PERS a long with o u r f u t u re health-care costs," he said. "That's a major concern as far as the budget goes." Krenowicz said he'd like to see the college focus on meeting business and industry needs, but believes the Madras campus has been a boon for the area. "It's been very well received by the community," he said. "We always have a full parking lot. We certainly needed )>
Self's parents said he was interested in the Church of the Holy Light of the Queen, in Ashland, and the Church of the Divine Rose in Portland, which practice a religion that blends Christiantheology with indigenous beliefs from Brazil. The church has gone to court to defend its use of a hallucinogenic tea imported from Brazil, called ayahuasca, which is used as a sacrament. Jane Seligson, a founding member of the Church of the Holy Light of the Queen, said neither church had ever heard from Self. "I can tell you we never heard from this young man," she said. "He might have said he was going to contact people from the church. He never contactedanybody. We have quite a rigorous process for anybody coming to church." A short break i n w i n dy weather on Thursday allowed a rancher with a helicopter to search the rugged mountainside where Self's truck was found. However, rancher Patty Jenkins found no trace of Self
two years,she transferred to a
City:Madras Employment: Executive
four-year college and earned
State University Experience:Past city councilor, City of Redmond;
ZONE 1 Joe Krenowicz Age:56
COCCboard member for16 years Krenowicz
director, Madras-Jefferson County
Chamber of Commerce Education:Bachelor's degree from Washington State U niversity
Experience:Past city councilor and mayor,
ZONE 4 David Ford
Employment: Real estate developer, West Bend Property Co.
city of Madras; past
member, Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council; member, COIC budget
committee; member, COCC
Laura Craska Cooper, 47, was appointed in S eptember torepresent allof Crook County, parts o f K l a math and Lake counties and the e asternmost p r ecincts o f Deschutes County. She replaced Joyce Garrett, who had served on the board since 2004. Before joining the board, Craska Cooper was on the college budget committee for two years. S he was d r awn t o t h e board post by her belief that the college is a "terrific resource" forthe community, and considers it particularly important because of the high unemployment rate in Crook County. "Education is one of those things that not only h elps people improve themselves and provides job prospects, it's an economic development driver," she said. While she's certain COCC can help the community, she is concerned primarily about financial challenges the col-
Education:Bachelor's, University of California, Davis; MBA, University of Denver
Experience:Wason the education foundation board.
ZONE 2 Laura Craska Cooper Age:47 City: Prineville
Adele McAfee Age:59 e ./
Employment: Cooper Managing partner in Bend office of Ball Janik LLP Education:Bachelor's degrees from University of
Missouri, law degree from University of California, Berkeley
Experience:COCCbudget committee, two years; chairwoman, HousingWorks board of commissioners; board member, Prineville
Hospital Foundation; treasurer, OregonWomen
City:Bend Employment: Employee with the city
Education:Two years at
Vista Community College, bachelor's degree and paralegal certificate from St.
Mary's College Experience:Past city
councilor, city of La Pine; former member of Central
Oregon Cities Organization; chairwoman, Leagueof Oregon Cities conference in Bend; former member, Cascade LakesByway Committee
ZONE 7 ZONE 3 Tony Dorsch Age:72
Lawyers board of directors Vikki Ricks Age:60 Gity:La Pine
around some cabins used by cowboys and hunters uphill from where the truck was found, and no tracks in the fresh snow, Glerup said. Self's tent was nowhere to be seen. Self's pickup was f ound Monday at about the 5,300foot level on the northeast flank of S t eens Mountain, about 2N miles in from a paved county road on the mountain's east side. The truck had been abandoned with the keys in it, as well as Self's laptop computer, his GPS and some food. Searchers combed the area Tuesday, but have been kept out by snow since then. His father, Victor Self, was driving to Burns to be closer to the search and pick up his son's truck, Glerup said. Tom Downs, the owner of a gas station, cafe and motel recalled seeing Self last month sleeping in his truck. Self said he was low on gas after getting turned around with his GPS and asked for directions to Lakeview, the opposite direction from where his truck was later found.
a paralegal certificate. For McAfee, the mission of a community college is twofold: to be accessible and affordable to everyone. "I believe that education is an economic imperative in the 21st century, so if I'm elected to the board, those are the two things I'd focus on: keeping and extending access while maintaining low tuition and the standards of excellence." Focusing on online learning, McAfee believes, will help prevent declining enrollments and the need to increase tuition. McAfee believes she is a strong candidate because of her experience as a community college student, and also because of her work on the La Pine City Council. She pointed t o C O CC's proposed 2013-2014 budget, which features $22 million earmarked to plan and construct a new residence hall. "With the reality of limited resourcesand financial constraints, any investment made should be measured by the greatest number of students it's going to impact," she said. "Instead I'd push for investments in technology and the technical infrastructure to expand and reach more students with classes that are online." Ford noted the board had not yet decided whether to go forward with the student housing, and that the $22 million would be issued in full faith and credit bonds which couldn't be used for anything but the construction.
Vikki Ricks, 60, was appointed in February to fill the City: lege faces. Rtcks position left vacant by John Retired Redmond "We have an ever-growDorsch Overbay, who began serving educator Employment: ing liability to PERS ... and on the board in 1999. Before Education: Bachel o r's degree Retired we face the rising costs of moving to La Pine in 2011, and master's degree from educator health care," she said. "And Ricks worked as an elemenIdaho State University Education:Bachelor's degree how does that contribute to tary teacher in Idaho for 19 Experience:Educator for 25 from Willamette University, education? It doesn't. How years, then at th e O regon years master's degree from Oregon does it contribute to our misDepartment of Education for sion of what we do'? It doesn't, several years before finishing so that just really worries me. her career with three years ... We're (one of) the most af- project a budget when there for students. in the Fern R idge School "I think we've done a good District. fordable community colleges are so many u ncertainties "I'm very interested in eduin the state, but that doesn't and variables." job of keeping tuition down, mean that we're affordable and having incremental in- cation for the students here t o everybody. I t h i n k t h e Zone 4 creases rather than one big in the area, because we have challenge we have is that in The only contested race for huge increase," he said. "In La Pine, and we also have a time of dwindling financial a spot on COCC's board is be- response tolower state fund- Gilchrist High School and resources and c h allenging tween David Ford and Adele ing and lower property taxes, North Lake. It's really rural, economic times, we're going McAfee, to represent parts of our hand was pretty much and I want them to have acto have to do more with less Bend. forced." cess tohigher education," she and find more efficiencies." Ford, 61, currently holds Ford believes the college said. the position. He said given the has made "major strides" tryShe believes a major isZone 3 current amount of turnover ing to increase access by of- sue moving forward will be T ony D o rsch, 7 2 , h a s on the board, it's important to fering classes on campuses to work closely with Oregon served on the COCC board have consistency. in Prineville and Madras and State U n i v ersity-Cascades for 16 years. He is running Ford said much is up in the with increased offerings in Campus as it prepares to be a unopposed fo r r e e lection, air right now, from Middleton Redmond. full, four-year institution. "I think n o w t h e f o cus and is most concerned about moving on to the state's move Ricks recently joined the the college's finances moving toward outcome-based fund- needs to be shifted more to- adult education committee forward. ing to potential changes to ward student success," he that meets in La Pine, and "I have never sat through how higher education is gov- said. "I said at last week's hopes tofocus her efforts on budget hearings except the erned at the state level. b oard meeting that w h i l e the area. "All these people are great we're talking about raising "What I'd like to see, from last two years that have been so tentative," he said. "Fortu- people, but they're also new tuition and fees, I wanted to my area in La Pine, is access nately, our property taxes in to the board and new to the see how we are committing to to college for the students Central Oregon have come up college," Ford said. "I felt utilize those resources to en- down here. You know tt's 65 a little bit, but the bad news is that it was really important hance student success." miles round trip, and in the as soon as we get more prop- to have consistency as much McAfee, 59, said she's pas- winter it's not pleasant," she erty tax we get less state tax as we can, and to have more sionate about community col- said. "We want to get as many because of the formula." turnover ... would make it leges because at age 42, she (Iocal students) as we can that He said while voting to in- that much more potentially went to a community college are interested in either a cercrease tuition was hard, he is challenging." in California in order to get a tificate program or c ollege pleased that COCC still boasts In light of t h e c h anges, living-wage job. transfercredits." "It gave me the tools I needthe second lowest tuition in Ford believes the college has — Reporter: 541-617-7831, the state. "It is hard, trying to worked hard to be consistent ed to succeed," she said. After email@example.com
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SALEM — More than 84,000 immigrants artd others could take advantage ofa program that would grant four-year Oregon driver's licenses to people who are unable to prove they are legally in the United States under a bill passed by a legislative budget committee on Friday. The Joint Ways and Means Committee approved the bill 19-5, sending it to the Senate floor. A vote is expected early next week. The proposal would allow immigrants, among o t hers, who have lived in Oregon for at leasta year and meet other requirements to apply for driver's licenses without proving legal presence. The card would be valid only for four years — half as long as a standard Oregon license — and could be used only for driving privileges. The card could not be used to vote, board a plane or purchase a firearm. A driver's card would cost $64 and $44 to renew. A standard Oregon driver'slicense costs $60 and $40 to renew. Lawmakers were told the li-
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driver' scard program willgenerate $5.3 miiiion in revenue for the state in the budget year that ends June 30, 2015, artd $2.7 million in the 2015-2017 budget year. ODOT estimates the cost of implementing th e p r ogram, including additional staff and operational costs, mll be $4.7 million. ODOT expects as many as 84,000 people to apply for the new driver's cards during the first nine months of the program, ifthe legislationispassed. The initial influx accounts for people who lost their licenses or let them expire because of a 2008 law that required driver's license applicants to prove U.S citizenship or lawful residency.
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TEM P ERATURE PRECIPITATION
Tomorrow Rise Set Mercury....5:41 a.m...... 6:08 p.m. Venus......6:32 a.m...... 8:27 p.m. Mars.......6:13 a.m...... 7:50 p.m. Jupiter......8 26 a m.....11 39 pm. Satum......816 pm...... 651 a.m. Uranus.....5:28 a.m...... 5:57 p.m.
Yesterday's weather through 4 p.m. inBend High/Low.............. 57/43 24 hours endmg 4 p.m.*. . 0.00" Recordhigh........84m1934 Monthtodate.......... 0.30" Record low......... 13 in 1966 Average month todate... 0.48" Average high.............. 57 Year to date............ 2.57" Average low .............. 31 Average year to date..... 3.83" Barometricpressureat 4 p.m30.13 Record 24 hours ...0.25 in1965 *Melted liquid equivalent
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Yesterday Saturday Sunday The higher the UV Index number, the greater ski report from around the state, representing Hi/Lo/Pcp H i/Lo/W H i /Lo/Wthe need for eye and skin protection. Index is conditions at 5 p.m. yesterday:
City Precipitationvaluesare24-hour totals through4 p.m.
for solar at noon.
Astoria ........52/48/1.08....53/42/sh.....53/40/pc Baker City......52/39/0.03....55/28/pc.....54/30/pc Brookings......54/45/0.00....61/43/pc.....65/45/pc Burns..........58/38/0.02....57/24/pc......57/27/s Eugene........61/48/0.12.....60/38/c.....61/35/pc Klamath Falls .. 58/35/0 00 ....61/31/s ... 63/31/s Lakeview.......59/27/0.00 ....60/30/s..... 63/31/s La Pine........55/39/0.09....53/26/pc......57/27/s Medford.......68/46/0.01 ....67/40/pc......70/41/s Newport.......52/48/0.81 .....52/40/c.....53/39/pc North Bend......54/48/NA.....54/43/c.....57/43/pc Ontario........59/44/0.09....63/37/pc......64/38/s Pendleton......56/47/0.37....62/37/pc.....63/35/pc Portland .......57/50/0.41 ....58/44/sh.....61/41/pc Prineville....... 55/43/0.12....54/33/pc......58/29/s Redmond.......60/42/0.02....58/31/pc......60/24/s Roseburg.......60/49/0.06....63/42/pc.....66741lpc Salem ....... 59/48/0 28 ..59/40/c ...60/36/pc Sisters.........63/41/0.00....55/31/pc......55/28/s The Dages......64/46/000....61/40/pc......61/37/s
Snow accumulation in inches Ski area Last 24 hours Base Depth Anthony Lakes ...... . . . . . . . . 0 .0 . . .no report Hoodoo..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.0... no report Mt. Ashland...... . . . . . . . . . . . 0.0... no report Mt. Bachelor..... . . . . . . . . . . . 0.0.. . .101-130 Mt. Hood Meadows..... . . . . . 0 .0 . . . . . . . 110 Mt. Hood Ski Bowl..... . . . . . . 0 .0 . . .no report Timberline..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 -0 . . . . . . . 156
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ROAD CONDITIONS Snow level androadconditions representing conditions at 5 p.m. yesterday. Key:TT. = Traction Tires. Pass Conditions 1-5 at Siskiyou Summit........ Carry chains or T. Tires 1-84 at Cabbage Hill....... .. . Carry chains or T. Tires
Warner Canyon....... . . . . . . . 0.0... no report Willamette Pass ....... . . . . . . 0.0...no report
Aspen, Colorado...... . . . . . . . 0.0... no report Mammoth Mtn., California..... 0.0... . .57-1 70 Park City, Utah ...... . . . . . . . . 0.0. . .no report SquawVagey, California..... . .0.0 .. 6-8 2 Sun Valley, Idaho....... . . . . . . 0.0... no report Hwy. 58 at Willamette Pass.... Carry chains or T.Tires Taos, NewMexico....... . . . . . 0.0...no report Hwy. 138 at Diamond Lake.... Carry chains or T.Tires Hwy. 242 at McKenzie Pass........ Closed for season Vail, Colorado...... . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . 67 For up-to-minute conditions turn to: For links to thelatest ski conditions visit: www.skicentral.com/oregon.html www.tripcheck.com or call 511 Legend:W-weather, Pcp-precipitation,s-sun, pc-partial clouds,c-clouds, h-haze,sh-showers,r-rain, t-thunderstorms,sf-snowflurries, sn-snow,i-ice,rs-rain-snowmix, w-wind,f-fog, dr-drizzle,tr-trace
Hwy. 20 at Santiam Pass...... Carry chains or T. Tires Hwy. 26 at Government Camp.. Carry chains or T. Tires Hwy. 26 at Ochoco Divide..... Carry chains or T. Tires
chair of the St. Charles Health System board, a s s a y ing. «Prineville has an opportunity to be innovative and cutting edge beyond what the rest of the United States is doing and I'm real proud of that." In addition to operating the Prineville hospital, St. Charles Medical System, a nonprofit corporation, owns and operates hospitals in Bend, Madras and Redmond.
Yesterday Saturday Sunday Yesterday Saturday Sunday Yesterday Saturday Sunday Yesterday Saturday Sunday City Hi/Lo/Pcp Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/Pcp Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/Pcp Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/Pcp Hi/Lo/yy Hi/Lo/yy Abilene TX......67/34/0 00...73/51/s. 79/56/pc Grandlapids....47/34/0 24..42/28/pc. 55/38/pc RapidCity.......38/22/006...49/34/t..49/28/rs Savannah.......87/69/0 97..66/52/sh. 72/54/pc Akron ..........72/43/025..48/28/pc. 57/38/pc GreenBay.......42/34/0.00..42/29/pc..48/40/rs Reno...........73/36/0.00...71/42/s.. 75/45/s Seattle..........56/50/0.86..55/44/sh. 55/34/pc Albany..........72/53/000..53/28/sh.. 55/31/s Greensboro......77/66/0 22...64/40/s. 61/42/pc Richmond.......82/63/006 ..65/39/pc .. 60/41/s Sioux Falls.......38/22/000 .. 39/35/sh. 52/34/sn Albuquerque.....61/27/0.00...70/44/s.. 73/48/s Harnsburg.......75/61/0.79..58/32/pc.. 56/40/s Rochester, NY....74/43/002..42/27/pc.. 50/35/s Spokane........56/43/015..60/34/sh. 54/30/sh Anchorage ......41/21/0.00...43/26/5. 41/29/pc Hartford,CT .....72/53/0.00..59/30/sh.. 57/33/s Sacramento......82/45/0.00... 81/52/s .. 84/55/s Springfield, MO ..52/33/0.00... 63/44/c. 65/44/pc Atlanta .........72/4i/0.42...65/45/s.. 67/48/s Helena..........53/37/0.00..55/30/sh. 37/21/sn St.Louis.........53/39/000 ..59/43/pc. 66/46/pc Tampa..........87/73/036... 75/64/t...82/67/t Atlantic City.....68/57/0 00..63/34/sh.. 54/40/s Honolulu........83/72/000...85/70ls. 83/73/sh Salt Lake City....55/37/000 ..56/38/sh. 63/39/pc Tucson..........81/42/000...86/57/s .. 89/58/s Austin..........69/41IO 00...73/47/s. 76/60/pc Houston ........67/46/0 00...73/51/s. 76/62/pc SanAntonio.....72/46/000...75/Sus. 79/63/pc Tulsa...........63/34/000..70/47/pc.69/49lpc Baltimore .......78/57/028 ..61/36/pc.. 58/42/s Huntsville.......71/45/1 28..63/41/pc. 68/49/pc SanDiego.......77/54/000... 72/60/s.. 68/59/s Washington, DC..79/64/044 ..62/41/pc.. 59/45/s Billings.........58/35/000 ..59/35/sh..45/25/rs Indianapolis.....45/37/0.62 ..50/34/pc. 61/43/pc SanFrancisco....72/49/000...66/49/s .. 70/52/s Wichita.........65/31JOJI..66/47/pc.69/46/pc Birmingham.....73/44/1.17 ..63/45/pc. 70/50/pc Jackson,MS.... 59/46/009. 70/43/pc.73/51/pc SanJose........81/50/000.. 79/51/s 84/54/s Yakima........ 69/45/trace 62/36/pc.. 62/34/s Bismarck........35/21/000 .. 40/28/rs ..41/27/rs Jacksonvile......89/71/0.00... 64/54/t...72/58/t SantaFe........60/20/0.00..63/35/pc .. 66/39/s Yuma...........86/53/0.00...92/64/s .. 94/62/5 Boise...........52/42/0.18 ..58/34/pc. 61/35/pc Juneau..........44/28/0.00...48/27/s .. 50/35/s INTERNATIONAL Boston..........75/53/000 ..58/37/sh .. 52/37/s KansasCity......52/31/0.00...60/49/c. 62/46/pc Bndgeport,CT....66/51/001 ..60/35/sh.. 53/37/s Lansing.........59/36/049 ..44/28/pc. 53/35/pc Amsterdam ..,,,,52/39/0 02 56/33/pc .. 53/37/s Mecca.........1 00/77/0 00 104/79/pc.. 97/72/s Buffalo.........72/40/0.02 ..41/27/pc.. 53/36/s Las Vegas.......77/49/0.00... 82/61/s .. 87/65/s Athens..........58/54/001 ..67/50/sh.67/54/pc Mexico City .....84/57/000 .79/52/pc .. 81/53/s Burlington, VT....74/56/000 ..51/27/sh.. 54/30/s Lexington.......73/43/0 53 ..56/37/pc. 63/45/pc Auckland........68/55/0.00... 70/61/t.69/58lsh Montreal........70/52/0.00 ..46/23/sh.. 45/34/s Caribou,ME.....69//43/000..57/28/sh.. 44/24/s Lincoln..........49/29/0.00...57/43lc .. 64/44/c Baghdad........89/64/0.00... 85/63/s .. 79/62/s Moscow........70/48/0.00... 58/34/c. 43/30/pc Charleston, SC...82/69/036 ..65/50/sh.. 69/53/s Little Rock.......59/40/0.00 ..67/46/pc. 70/47/pc Bangkok.......102/82/0.00 101/82/pc.99/83/pc Nairobi.........77/61/0.00... 76/61/t...76/60/t Charlotte........81/64/025...65/43/s.. 64/44/s LosAngeles......79/54/000...80/57/s .. 70/57/s Beiyng..........48/39/000 ..59/54/pc.66/51/pc Nassau.........84/79/000 ..81/72/pc. 80/72/pc Chattanooga.....74/50/1.17 ..66/41/pc. 69/48/pc Louisville........69/41/1.02..57/40/pc. 66/47/pc Beirut..........68/55/003 ..62/53/sh.64/55/pc New Delhi......l00/72/000 ..103/77/c. 98/74/pc Cheyenne.......41/23/000.. 44/29/rs. 49/27/pc Madison VY I.....40/34/000..46/32/pc.. 54/42/c Berlin...........61/48/000..58/39/pc..60/43lc Osaka..........59/48/000..59/42/sh. 59/49/sh Chicago.........40/36/000..46/35/pc.57/44/pc Memphis....... 56/44/000 68/45/pc. 71/49/pc Bogota .........66/52/1.44... 64/50/t...65/50/t Oslo............45/36/0.00 ..48/32/pc.. 50/30/c Cincinnati.......73/42/0.69 ..53/35/pc. 62/42/pc Miami..........87/78/0.00...84/72/t...84/72/t Budapest........73/39/000..72/48lpc. 70/47/pc Ottawa.........72/48/012.. 41/19/rs.. 45/32/s Cleveland.......71/42/028 ..43/33/pc. 55/37/pc Milwaukee......41/33/000..44/34/pc.. 52/41/c BuenosAires.....82/54/000... 78/58/s .. 78/59/s Paris............$4/43/003 ..57/36/pc. 58/36/pc ColoradoSpnngs.54/20/000... 56/29/t. 56/31/pc Minneapolis.....38/30/0 04..39/35/pc. 49/37/sh CaboSanLucas ..84/55/0.00... 82/66/s. 82/66/pc Rio deJaneiro....81/68/0.00... 75/65/t...75/66/t Columbia, MO...SI/36/000...60/44/c. 65/46/pc Nashvile........68/43/1.03..61/38/pc. 68/48/pc Cairo...........73/59/000..75/52/pc .. 75/52/s Rome...........72/52/000..60/50/sh. 61/48/sh ColumbiaSC....88/67/023 ..67/45/pc.. 68/47/s New Orleans.....76/50/I 00 ..70/53/pc. 73/59/pc Calgary.........52/30/000.. 37/19/rs..25/14/si Santiago........64/43/000...73/62/s.. 78/56/s Columbus GA....74ISOJOA4...70/45/s .. 71/52/s New York.......71/55/000 ..61/38/sh.. 57/39/s Cancun.........86/79/0.00... 85/74/t. 85/74/pc SaoPaulo.......72/59/0.00..69/58/pc. 69/60/pc ColumbusOH....74/44/037..50/33/pc.. 59/41/s Newark, Nl......77/53/000..62/36/sh.. 56/38/s Dublin..........5507/0.02..56/42/sh. 51/39/sh Sapporo ........41/34/0.42 ..50/32/sh. 47/38/sh Concord,NH.....75/50/000..57/24/sh.. 56/27/s NorfolkVA......84/65/000..62/44/sh.. 58/46/s Edinburgh.......57/36/000... 51/41/c.48/35/sh Seoul...........57/39/000 ..55/52/pc. 60/50/pc Corpus Christi....78/53/000... 76/62/s. 81/69/pc Oklahoma City...64/33/0.00 ..69/48/pc. 70/51/pc Geneva.........5441/1.00..50/39/sh. 49/43/sh Shanghai........63/50/000..61/45/sh. 68/48/pc DallasFtWonh...63/40/000 ..70/47/pc. 71/55/pc Omaha.........48/29/000... 55/43/c.. 63/44/c Harare..........82/55/0.00... 77/58/t...77/58lt Singapore.......84/75/0.10... 91/79/t...91/80/t Dayton .........73/39/0 51..51/33/pc.60/41/pc Orlando.........92/71/0 00...74/61/t...80//64/t Hong Kong......82/73/0.04... 77/70/t. 76/73/sh Stockholm.......48/39/0.00 .. 50/34/pc.. 52/34/c Denver..........55/27/0.00...53/28/t. 56/31/pc Palm Springs.... 87/55/0.00...94/66/s.. 96/68/s Istanbul.........59/46/000... 55/45/c.59/49/pc Sydney..........66/57/000 ..66/55/sh .. 71/55/c DesMoines......46/31/0 00...50/42/c.. 61/45/c Peoria ..........41/36/000..52/37/pc.. 62/45/c lerusalem.......65/50/0.04 ..58/48/sh. 55/47/sh Taipei...........72/70/0.00 .. 73/66/pc. 70/69/pc Detroit..........61/40/0.18..43/29/pc.46/36/pc Philadelphia.....78/59/0.00..62/37/pc.. 60/37/s Johannesburg....84/66/000... 65/43/t. 61/44/pc Tel Aviv.........70/55/000 ..65/55/sh. 64/55/sh Duluth..........33/26/013..36/25/pc..40/33/rs Phoenix.........82/58/000...90/64/s.. 93/66/s Lima...........75/61/0.00 .. 75/64/pc.74/66/pc Tokyo...........66/50/0.00.. 52/46/sh. 54/41/sh ElPaso..........68/36/000...80/54/s.. 84/59/s Pittsburgh.......71/47/0 I4..50/31/pc.. 58/38/s Lisbon..........72/50/000 .. 76/52/s 72/50/pc Toronto.........66/45/021 37/25/si 45/34/s Fairbanks.........38/4/0 00...44/I6/s. 43/20/pc Portland,ME.....65/46/000..58/30/sh.. 51/32/5 London.........55/41/0.00... 58/33/s .. 55/36/c Vancouver.......52/46/1.26.. 52/48/sh. 55/39/sh Fargo...........36/25/000..39/3vsn..41/32/rs Providence ......71/52/0.01..61/34/sh.. 56/35/s Madrid .........66/46/0.00... 68/40/s.71/43/pc Vienna..........64/52/0.03... 68/43/c. 68/48/sh Flagstaff ........61/13/000...64/26/5.. 66/33/s Raleigh.........84/64/0.13..65/43/pc.. 63/44/s Manila..........99/82/000..88/78/pc. 82/78/pc Warsaw.........57/50/012...5I35/c.. 57/38/s
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Redmondman arrested after chase A 37-year-old Redmond man swam a canal attempting to elude city police Friday, Redmond Police reported. Andrew BLIrchett failed to stop for an officer who sig-
nalled him to pull over on suspicion of a traffic violation near Southwest Canal Boulevard and Umatilla Avenue, according to police. BLIrchett steered the 2001 Dodge Durango into the parking lot of Brookside Manor, fled on foot and swam the canal, police stated.
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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013
PREP GIRLS TENNIS
Red Sox, Bruins postpone games BOSTON — The Red Sox and Bruins
postponed their games Friday as authorities searched for a suspect in the Boston Marathon
bombings, virtually shutting the city down.
The teams announced about four hours before their night
games were scheduled to start that they were scratched. Police identified two
suspects in Monday's explosions that killed
three people and wounded more than 180. One man was killed during a shootout with
police and the other was in custody Friday night after a police effort that
dragged through the day. The NHL game be-
tween the Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins was rescheduled for
9:30 a.m. (PDT) today, the team announced about 90 minutes after
the second suspect was
• The Bears and Storm will eachtake part in today'sBend invitational semis Bulletin staff report Bend High and Summit both advanced to the semifinal round of the Bend Invitational girls tennis tournament on Friday, setting up a potential all-Central Oregon championship match this afternoon. The host Lava Bears topped St. Mary's of Portland 5-3 in the first round before defeating Hermiston 6-2 in the quarterfinals. Bend's top singles players, Kaylee Tornay and Sierra Winch, each went 2-0 on Friday to pace the Bears. Bend's No. 2 and No. 3 doubles teams — Zoe Raiter and Ruby Ladkin, and
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Bend High freshman Sierra Winch returns the ball against St. Mary's Academy's Sierra Lemon in a singles match between the two schools on Friday at the Bend Invitational. The Lava Bears defeated St. Mary's and Hermiston on Friday to earn a spot in today's semifinal round.
Ellis Clair and Sarah Perkins — also went 2-0 during the first day of the tourney. "Those guys led the
charge," said Lava Bear coach Kevin Collier, whose squad plays Tualatin in today's semis at 11 a.m. at Bend High.
The Storm also went 2-0 on Friday, besting Beaverton 4-4 on sets in the morning and then rolling past Wilsonville 6-2 in the afternoon. Summit, the reigning Bend High Invitational champion, takes on 2012 Class 6A state champ Jesuit today at 11 a.m. at Juniper Park. Redmond High, Mountain View and Crook County are also competing in this year's Invitational. The Panthers went 1-1 on Friday, cruising past Hood River Valley 7-1 in their first match before falling to Jesuit, 8-0, in the quarterfinals. Redmond coach Nathan Saito pointed out the efforts of his top two singles players, Kendall Marshall and Jessica Brunot, who he said both are "playing high-level tennis right now." SeeInvitational/C3
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were scheduled to play at10:10 a.m. today.
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Bend High's Kaylee Tornay competes against St. Mary's Academy's Vi Tran in singles play at Summit High during the first round of the Bend Invitational on Friday. The Lava Bears won the match 5-3.
La Pine takeswin streak to three games
Three tied for
lead at Heritage Kevin Streelman, Charley Hoffman and Steve LeBrun take PGA Tourleadinto weekend
Texas dlanks Mariners 7-0 Yu Darvish strikes out 10 Seattle batters and
the Rangers score six runs in one inning before beating their AL West division rival,C4
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Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant and the Thunder prepare to take on Houston on Sunday in their first-round playoff series.
Durant's num ers mi t e tou to to The Washington Post
fans to get to games, and told people through-
Kevin Streelman reacts after missing a birdie putt on the ninth green during the second round of the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head Island, S.C., Friday.
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Bulletin staff report now alone in third place in the Sky-Em LA PINE — K e agan Morton and League standings. "They didn't strike Tucker Allen combined for a four-hitter out a lot of guys (three), but they threw as La Pine won its third straight Sky-Em outs. When the other team isn't making League baseball game Friday, topping solid contact, it's good for us." Cottage Grove 2-1. Gareth Dahlgren carried the Hawks With the victory, the Hawks are now offense, ending the day 2-for-4 at the 4-4 in league play and 5-13 overall. plate with a pair of stolen bases in ad"Both guys threw really well," said La dition to scoring both of La Pine's runs. Pine coach Bryn Card, whose team is Morton and Erik Page both went I-for-3
for the Hawks. In the bottom of the seventh inning, Dahlgren scored th e g a me-winning run after Lee Ries hit a ball to Cottage Grove's second baseman that he could not handle. "Hopefullywe can keep the momentum going," said Card, noting that the top four teams in the Sky-Em League all advance past the regular season.
OKLAHOM A CITY — Kevin Durantceded histhree-year run as NBA scoring champion to Carmelo Anthony, announcing on Instagram before the regular-season finale that he was going to sit rather than exhaust himself trying to score the 70 points he would have needed. Durant likely also will wind up a distant second in voting for NBA most valuable player to LeBron James, who claimed at Durant'sexpense lastJune the league championship that Durant desires. Despite what he lost, or failed to gain, Durant just completed the most efficient and remarkable campaign of his career, one that placed him in exclusive company of the 5040-90 club while showcasing his versatility and expanding game. As the NBA playoffs get underway today, Durant not only helped the Oklahoma City Thunder withstand the seismic trade of former sixth man ofthe year James Harden to Houston — the Thunder's first-round opponent — he also has his team sitting atop the W estern Conference forthe first time since the franchise bolted from Seattle in 2008. "I know myself; I always focus on the bright side. I figure everything is going to work itself out," said Durant, who has lost two close teammates — Jeff Green and Harden — to trades in the past three seasons. "I wouldn't say it's difficult, it's just going out and playing the game we love. So I took it as a challenge." See Durant/C3
NFL draft: Bring onthe behemoths • Many teams areexpected to usetheir picks to add to their offensiveanddefensive lines By Barry Wilner
Oregon defensive lineman Dion Jordan runs a drill during the scouting combine in Indianapolis in February. Jordan is expected to be one of the top picks during this weekend's NFL draft.
The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Bring on the behemoths. The guys who throw the football usually dominate the spotlight heading into the NFL draft. This year, it's the big bodies who protect thoseprized quarterbacks who arefront and center. As are the players whose main purpose is to find the QB and get him on the ground. What the 20D draft might lack in glamour — no Andrew Luck, RG3 or Trent Richardson — and, other than the fate of Manti Te'o, mystique, it balances out with beef. Don't be shocked if the first four names called Thursday night by Commissioner Roger Goodell come from the trenches: tackles Luke Joeckel of Texas A8 M and Eric Fisher of Central Michigan; defensive end Dion Jordan of Oregon; and defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd of Florida. See Draft/C4
Dave Martin i The Associated Press
TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013
COREBOARD Friday,April 26: NewYork atBoston, 5 p.m. Sunday,April28: NewYorkat Boston,10a.m.
ON DECK Today Track: Summ it, Redmondat OregonRelaysinEugene, TBA; Culver,Ridgeview,Summit, Gilchrist at La Pine Invitational,10a.m; Sistersat Elmira Relays, 11 a.m.;MountainView,Bendat Crater Classic in CentralPoint,10a.m.,CrookCounty at Prefontaine RotaryInvite inCoosBay,10:30a.m Girls tennis: SummiMountai t, nView,CrookCounty, Bend,Redm ondat BendInvitational atBendHigh, Summit,MountainView,andJuniper Park,11a.m. Boys tennis: Bendvs.Hermistonat SamJohnson Park inRedmond,10 a.m. Girls lacrosse: Maristat BendUnited (Summit HS),
4:30 p.m. Boys lacrosse:HermistonatSummit, noon;Centennial (Idaho)atBend,3:30p.m Baseball: GigHarbor(Wash.) at Summit, noon
PREP SPORTS Golf Friday's results Girls
Prineville Country ClubInvitational At Prineville Country Club Par 68 Team scores — Bend 361, Pendleton371, Hermiston398,CrookCounty 423,Sisters 481. Medalist — HeidFroe i ich, Bend,80. BEND(361) — Heidi Froelich80, Mode89, Holly Froelich96, Nichols96,Morse101. CROOKCOUNTY (423)— Dal ton95,Shank95, Smith116 White117,Kasberger126. SISTERS (481) — Lagao91, Chapm an 102, Goodwin142,Vial146. MADRAS (inc.) — Simmons95.
Baseball Friday's results Intermountain Hybrid
MountaiVi new 000 00 Crook County 1(14)00x Intermountain Hybrid Ridgeview 000 200 0 Bend 602 201 x Nonconference Gig Harbor(Wash.) 120 030 0 Summit 120 030 1 Class 4A Sky-EmLeague CottageGrove 100 000 0 La Pine 001 000 I SweetHome Sisters
x-Wednesday, May1. Bostonat NewYork, TBA x-Friday,May3: NewYorkat Boston, TBA x-Sunday,May5: Boston atNewYork, TBA Atlanta vs. Indiana Sunday,April 21:AtlantaatIndiana, 10a.m. Wednesday, April 24:Atlantaat Indiana, 4:30p.m. Saturday,April 27:IndianaatAtlanta, 4p.m. Monday,April 29:IndianaatAtlanta, TBA x-Wednesday, May1. Atlantaat Indiana,TBA x-Friday,May3: IndianaatAtlanta, TBA x-Sunday,May5: Atlanta atIndiana, TBA Chicagovs. Brooklyn Today,April 20:Chicagoat Brooklyn, 5p.m. Monday,April 22.Chicagoat Brooklyn, 5p.m. Thursday,April 25 Brooklynat Chicago,5:30 p.m. Saturday,April 27:Brooklynat Chicago,11a.m. x-Monday, April 29:ChicagoatBrooklyn, TBA x-Thursday,May2: BrooklynatChicago,TBA x-Saturday,May4: ChicagoatBrooklyn, TBA WesternConference OklahomaCity vs. Houston Sunday,April 21: Houston at OklahomaCity, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,April 24: Houstonat OklahomaCity, 4
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Saturday,April 27: OklahomaCity at Houston,6:30
Monday,April 29:OklahomaCityat Houston,TBA x-Wednesday,May1: HoustonatOkahoma City TBA x-Friday,May3. OklahomaCity atHouston,TBA x-Sunday,May5 Houston atOklahomaCity, TBA San Antonio vs. L.A. Lakers Sunday,April 21.L.A.Lakersat SanAntonio, 12:30
Wednesday, April 24:L.A.LakersatSanAntonio, 6:30
Friday,April 26:SanAntonio atL.A. Lakers, 7:30p.m. Sunday,April 28:SanAntonio atL.A.Lakers, 4 p.m. x-Tuesday,April 30:L.A. LakersatSanAntonio, TBA x-Thursday,May2: SanAntonio at LA. Lakers,TBA x-Saturday,May4. L.A. LakersatSanAntonio, TBA Denver vs. GoldenState Today,April 20:GoldsenState atDenver, 2:30p.m. Tuesday, April 23:GoldenState atDenver,7:30p.m. Friday,April 26:Denverat Golden State,7:30 p.m. Sunday,April 28:Denverat Golden State,6:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, April 30:GoldenState atDenver, TBA x-Thursday,May2: DenveratGoldenState, TBA x-Saturday,May4. GoldenStateat Denver,TBA L.A. Clippers vs. Memphis Today,April 20:Memphis atL.A.Clippers, 7:30p.m. Monday,April 22:Memphisat L.A.Clippers, 7:30p.m. Thursday,April 25: L.A. Clippersat Memphis, 6:30
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x-Tuesday, April 30.Memphis at LA.Clippers, TBA x-Friday,May3: L.A.Clippersat Memphis, TBA x-Sunday,May5: Memphis at L.A.Clippers, TBA
Softball Friday's results Class 5A Intermountain Conference Summit Redmond
0 00 00 — 0 3 1 310 15 — 10 10 1
Intermountain Hybrid Bend 1 03 001 0 — 5 8 Ridgeview 2 00 020 0 — 4 6
NHL NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE All Times PDT
Class 2A/1A Special District 3 1 10 003 0 — 5 7 3 000 218 x — 11 12 1
Tennis Friday's results Girls Class 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District 2 Summit 7, Redmond1 At Summit Singles — Garcia, M, d.Peasley,S,6-1, 6-2; Young, M, d. Mapes,S, 6-2, 6-1; Romero, M, d. Carlson, S,7-5, 5-7, 6-4; Gonzalez,M,d. Kurdrisch, S, 6-0, 6-1. Doubles — Carter/Lawrence,M, d. Stuwe/Thomp son, S, 6-1, 6-4; Weems(Farr, S, d. Galan/Alonso,6-0, 6-0; SheldoniNeil, S,d. Carranzay Manion, M,4-6,6-4,6-3;SisersNo.4 d.MadrasNo. 4, 7-5, 6-1.
Boys Class 5A Nonconference Summit 6, Hermiston 2 At Sam JohnsonPark, Redmond Singles — Oliveira, S,d., Gonzalez,H, 6-0, 6 3; Hall, S, d.,Wadkamper, H,6-1, 6-0;Wimberly, S d., Tachiquin,H,6-2,6-2; E.Sherpa,S,d., Sneg,H 3-6, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles —Whiteseg/W yant, H,d. Mickelt/Holt, S,6-3, 6-3; Hawman/Drotzmann, H,d. L'Etoile/Calande,S,7-6, 6-2; Steele/Agen,S,d., Gar cia/Contreras, H, 2-6, 6-3, 7-6(8); S Sherpa/Maitre S, d., Latham/I)mann, H,6-1, 4-6,7-5.
BASKETBALL NBA NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION All Times PDT
First Round (x-if necessary) (Best-of-7) Eastern Conference Milwaukee vs. Miami Sunday,April 21:MilwaukeeatMiami, 4p.m. Tuesday, April 23:MilwaukeeatMiami, 4:30p.m. Thursday, April 25:Miamiat Milwaukee,4p.m. Sunday,April 28:Miamiat Milwaukee,12:30p.m. x-Tuesday, Apri 30:MilwaukeeatMiami, TBA x-Thursday,May2: MiamiatMiiwaukee,TBA x-Saturday,May4: Milwaukeeat Miami, TBA Boston vs. NewYork Today,April 20.BostonatNewYork, noon Tuesday,April 23:BostonatNewYork, 5p.m.
EasternConference Atlantic Division
GP W L OT PtsGF GA y -Pittsburgh 43 33 10 0 6 6 147 106 N .Y. Islanders 44 23 16 5 5 1 129 127 N .Y. Rangers 44 23 17 4 5 0 116 105 NewJersey 43 16 17 10 42 99 115 P hiladelphia 44 19 22 3 4 1 119 134
x-Montreal x-Boston Toronto Ottawa Buffalo
GP W L DT Pts 4 4 27 12 5 5 9 4 2 26 11 5 5 7 4 4 24 15 5 5 3 4 3 23 14 6 5 2 4 5 19 20 6 4 4
GF GA 138 115 118 94 134 123 107 92 118 138
Florida atBoston,9:30a.m. NewJerseyatN.Y. Rangers, noon CarolinaatTampaBay,3p.m. CalgaryatMinnesota, 3p.m St. LouisatColorado,5p.m. Columbus atSanJose,5 p.m. Anahei m atEdmonton,5:30p.m. Dallas atLosAngeles,6 p.m.
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GOLF PGA Tour RBCHeritage Friday At Harbour TownGolf Links Hilton Head, S.C. Purse: $6.8 million Yardage: 7,101; Par: 71 SecondRound 17 playe rs failed to finish the round
becauseofrain KevinStreelman CharleyHoffman SteveLeBrun LukeDonald Bill Haas JohnsonWagner RorySabbatini Graeme McDoweI D.H. Lee Pat Perez StuartAppleby Marc Leishman Martin Kaym er Tim Clark Billy Horschel RichardH.Lee JordanSpieth BrendondeJonge Justin Hicks DarronStiles WebbSimpson StewartCink TedPotter,Jr. WilliamMcGirt KenDuke Scott Brown JasonDufner Ryo Ishikawa Brad Fritsch Justin Bolli
Scott Langley JasonDay Chris Stroud BrianDavis Will Claxton RobertGarrigus GaryWoodland Jonathan Byrd Tim Herron NicholasThompson ChezReavie Jin Park Bo VanPelt K.J. Choi Jerry Kelly Sang-MoonBae AaronBaddeley Chris Kirk Justin Leonard Matt Jones JoshTeater Jim Furyk BrianGay TroyMatteson PatrickReed RussellHenley Matt Kuchar JonasBlixt Jefl Klauk
Jeff Magge rt Bob Estes KevinStadler Southeast Division Carl Pettersson GP W L OT PtsGF GA TommyGainey Washington 4 4 24 18 2 5 0 135 122 GlenDay Winnipeg 4 4 23 19 2 4 8 117 129 JasonKokrak TampaBay 4 4 17 23 4 3 8 138 138 RickyBarnes Carolina 4 3 17 23 3 3 7 112 138 DavidHearn Florida 4 3 13 24 6 3 2 102 153 BrandtJobe Western Conference JamesHahn Central Division JamesDriscoll GP W L OT PtsGF GA HunterMahan z-Chicago 43 34 5 4 7 2 144 91 MarkWilson St. Louis 4 4 26 16 2 5 4 116 107 MichaelBradley Columbus 4 5 21 17 7 4 9 110 114 Matt Every Detroit 4 3 20 16 7 4 7 108 110 BooWeekley Nashville 4 5 15 21 9 3 9 104 128 BrianHarman Norlhwest Division TrevorImmelman GP W L OT PtsGF GA BenCrane Vancouver 4 4 24 13 7 5 5 119 109 BrandtSnedeker Minnesota 4 4 24 17 3 5 1 115 115 ZachJohnson Edmonton 4 3 17 19 7 4 1 110 121 JasonBohn Calgary 4 4 18 22 4 4 0 119 148 GregOwen Colorado 4 4 14 23 7 3 5 104 139 BrianStuard Pacific Division SteveMarino GP W L DT Pts GF GA Harris English x -Anaheim 44 27 11 6 6 0 128 111 StevenBowditch L osAngees 44 25 14 5 55 124 108 Alistair Presneg S an Jose 44 24 13 7 5 5 115 105 Scott Stagings D allas 44 22 1 9 3 4 7 124 129 Vijay Singh P hoenix 4 3 1 8 1 7 8 4 4 111 116 Kyle Stanley NOTE. Twopoints for a win, onepoint for overtime ErnieEls oss. CharlesHowell Ig x-clinchedplayoffspot Erik Compton y-clincheddivision LukeGuthrie z-clinched conference BryceMolder Friday's Games MichaelThompson N.Y.Rangers 8,Bufalo 4 KevinChappeg St. Louis 2,Dallas1 DanielSummerhays Chicago5, Nashville 4, OT GrahamDeLaet Edmonton4, Colorado1 DickyPride Calgary 3,Anaheim1 ScottVerplank Pittsburghat Boston, ppd.,safety concern David Lynn Today's Games HunterHaas Pittsburgh at Boston,9:30a.m. StephenAmes FloridaatNewJersey,10a.m. Charlie Wi N.Y. IslandersatWinnipeg, noon ShawnStelani WashingtonatMontreal, 4 p.m. BudCauley Torontoat Ottawa,4p.m. JohnRogins Buffalo atPittsburgh, ppd., rescheduleconflict David Mathis PhiladelphiaatCarolina, 4p.m. Colt Knost Phoeni xatChicago,5:30p.m. JohnMalinger Detroit atVancouver,7p.m. JoeySnyderlg Sunday'sGames LucasGlover
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Lotte Championsh Ip Friday At Ko OlinaGolf Club Course Kapolei, HawaiI Purse: $1.7 million Yardage:6,383; Pa r:72 Third Round 66-70 — I36 ui' a-denotes amate 66-70—136 SuzannPetersen 65-69-68 —202 68-68 — 136 HeeKyungSeo 65-72-66 203 69-68 — 137 67-68-70—205 68-69 137 Ai Miyazato 66-71-69—206 67-71—138 Hyo JooKim Lizette Sal a s 69-71-67—207 69-69—138 AriyaJutanugarn 64-75-68—207 71-67 — 138 StacyLewis 67-71-69 207 70-68 — 138 Jessica Korda 72-70-66—208 68-70—138 I n bee Park 70-71-67—208 70-68 — 138 Jodi EwartShadof 72-68-68—208 67-71 — 138 67-70-72—209 69-70 139 BeatrizRecari H ee Young P a rk 69-72-69 210 68-71—139 I.K. Ki m 70-70-70—210 71-68 — 139 Se RiPak 70-69-71 —210 68-71 — 139 Na YeonChoi 70-74-67—211 70-69 — 139 D ani e ge K a ng 66-76-69 —211 70-69—139 PaolaMoreno 72-70-69 211 69-70 — 139 CarolineHedwall 69-72-70—211 70-69 — 139 JanePark 67-74-70 —21I 68-71 139 So Yeon R yu 67-72-72 —211 70-69—139 MeenaLee 72-71-69—212 68-71 — 139 a-LydiaKo 71-71-70 212 70-70 — 140 Brittanyl.incicome 72-70-70 —212 70-70 — 140 M organ Pre sse l 70-73-70 —213 72-68 — 140 Giulia Sergas 72-71-70 —213 71-69 — 140 KarrieWeb b 69-74-70—213 68-72 — 140 Vicky Hurst 69-72-72 213 71-69 140 Karineicher 70-71-72—213 68-72 — 140 Shanshan F en g 70-70-73—213 71-69 — 140 Pornanong Phatlum 70-70-73—213 67-73 — 140 HaejiKang 68-71-74—213 70-70 — 140 DanahBordner 70-76-68—214 65-75 — 140 PaulaCreamer 71-72-71—214 68-73 — 141 YaniTseng 71-72-71 —214 70-71 — 141 AlisonWalshe 71-72-71 —214 68-73 141 SandraGal 73-69-72—214 71-70—141 MinaHarigae 69-72-73 —214 71-70 — 141 GerinaPiler 67-74-73 —214 70-71 — 141 JaneRah 67-72-75 —214 70-71 — 141 Michege Wie 70-76-69—215 73-68 — 141 Kristy McPh erson 71-74-70 —215 68-73 — 141 AzaharaMunoz 72-73-70 215 70-71 — 141 Dori Carter 73-71-71 —215 69-72 141 Mika Miyazato 71-73-71 —215 70-71—141 CarlotaCiganda 71-71-73 —215 70-72—142 AnnaNordqvist 71-71-73 —215 73-69—142 ChristinaKim 70-70-75—215 74-68—142 Eun-Hee Ji 70-76-70 —216 75-67 142 Lisa McCloskey 70-76-70 —216 71-71—142 Mo Martin 70-75-71 —216 70-72 — 142 BelenMozo 71-74-71 —216 71-71 — 142 JenniferRosales 70-75-71 —216 71-71—142 71-73-72 —216 Perni la l . i n dberg 71-72 — 143 71-73-73 —217 ChristelBoeljon 73-70 — 143 JeongJang 72-72-73 —217 70-73 — 143 7 0-72-75 —217 ChegaChoi 73-70 143 NicoleCastrale 70-71-76 —217 72-71—143 BrittanyLang 69-77-72 218 71-72 — 143 75-70-73 —218 SarahJaneSmith 70-73 — 143 70-74-74 —218 KatherineHull-Kirk 72-71 — 143 VictoriaTanco 74-70-74—218 68-75 — 143 72-71-75 —218 Amanda Blumenherst 70-73 — 143 68-75-75 218 Julia Boland 68-75 — 143 67-76-75—218 Rebecca Lee-Bentham 76 68 144 TayloreKarle 73-73-73—219 70-74 — 144 71-74-74—219 JulietaGranada 74-70 — 144 70-75-74—219 SaraMaudeJuneau 69-75 — 144 70-74-75 219 NatalieGulbis 71-73 — 144 70-74-75—219 SeonHwaLee 74-70 — 144 69-70-80—219 Austin Ernst 68-76 — 144 71-73-76—220 AngelaStanford 69-75 — 144 71-73-77—221 IreneCho 73-71 144 JenniferSong 72-74-77 223 73-71—144 RyannO'Toole 73-71-79—223 71-73 — 144 71-75-78—224 LindseyWright 71-73 — 144 70-76-78—224 SunYoungYoo 72-72 — 144 73-73-81—227 Kris Tamulis 70-74 — 144 73-71 — 144 72-72 — 144 72-72 144 75-69—144 75-70—145 73-72—145 70-75—145 74-71 — 145 73-72 — 145 75-70 — 145 73-73 146 73-73—146 73-73—146 74-72—146 70-76—146 72-74—146 73-73—146 72-74—146 72-74 146 71-75—146 74-73 — 147 73-74 — 147 76-71 — 147 72-75 — 147 71-76 — 147 74-73 — 147 72-75 147 70-78—148 78-70—148 73-75—148 71-77 — 148 75-73 — 148 73-75 — 148 75-74 — 149 70-79 149
GOLF ROUNDUP Streelman had three birdies in his first four holes. He added a final birdie on the par-5 15th and parred out to move on top and put himself in contention on the tricky, narrow fairways and small greens of Harbour Town. Streelman's life hasn't changed much since the victory in Tampa Bay, just his approach to the game. "I do feel a bit freer to be in the position I am, say, in a week like this," he said. "Because I'm not worried about a top 10 or a top 5 or keep your card. And I can just go out and try and win a golf tournament." The attitude worked for Streelman at the RBC Heritage, where his best showing in four previous appearances was a tie for 17th last year. Streelman's turnaround began before the Tampa Bay victory when he decided it was better to think long term instead of over-emphasizing the past week's tournament successes or failures. Also on Friday: Pettersen up one in Hawaii:KAPOLEI, Hawaii — Suzann Pettersen shot a 4-under 68 at wind-swept Ko Olina to maintain a one-stroke lead after the third round of the LPGA Lotte Championship.
SCORETHRU -4 F -4 13 -3 15 -3 F -3 14 -3 13 -3 F -3 13 -2 13 -2 F -2 13 -2 15 -2 11 -2 13
TENNIS Professional Monte Carlo Masters Friday At The Monte-CarloCountry Club Monte Carlo, Monaco Purse: $3.93 million (Masters1000) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Qnarterlinals Jo-Wilfried Tsonga(6), France, def. Stanislas Wawrinka (13),Switzerland,2-6, 6-3,6-4. RalaelNadal(3), Spain,def. Grigor Dimitrov, Bulgaria, 6-2,2-6,6-4. Fabio Fognini, Italy, def. RichardGasquet(7), France,7-6(0),6-2. NovakDjokovic(1), Serbia, def.JarkkoNieminen, Finland, 6 4,6-3.
SOCCER MLS MAJORLEAGUESOCCER All Times PDT
W L T P t sGF GA S porting KansasCity 4 1 2 14 8 3 Montreal 4 1 1 13 7 5 Houston 4 2 0 12 10 7 Columbus 2 1 3 9 9 6 NewYork 2 4 2 8 9 11 Philadelphia 2 2 2 8 7 8 TorontoFC I 2 3 6 8 9 NewEngland 1 2 2 5 1 2 Chicago 1 4 1 4 5 12 D.C. I 4 I 4 2 7 Western Conference W L T P t sGF GA FC Dallas 5 1 1 16 11 7 ChivasIJSA 3 2 1 10 10 8 Portland 2 1 3 9 10 8 Los Angeles 2 1 2 8 8 4 Vancouver 2 2 2 8 7 7 RealSaltLake 2 3 2 8 6 7 Colorado 2 3 2 8 6 7 SanJose 2 3 2 8 5 8 Seattle 0 3 2 2 2 5 NOTE: Threepoints for victory, onepoint Iortie.
Today's Games HoustonatToronto FC,1p.m. Seattle FC atColorado,3 p.m NewEngandat NewYork, 4p.m. Vancouver at FCDalas, 5:30p.m. Columbus atChicago,5:30p.m. ChivasUSAat Real Salt Lake,6 p.m. SportingKansasCity at LosAngeles, 7:30p.m.
Philadelphiaat DC.United, 2 p.m. PortlandatSanJose, 8p.m.
BASEBALL College Pac-12 Standings All Times PDT
Conference Overall W L W L OregonState 10 2 29 6 Oregon 12 4 28 9 UCLA 8 5 24 10 21 11 Stanford 8 5 8 7 2 3 11 Arizona State Arizona 8 8 24 13 WashingtonState 5 8 18 17 SouthernCal 6 1 0 14 23 Calilornia 6 1 0 17 20 uiah 5 1 1 16 17 Washington 3 9 9 25 Champions Tour Friday's Games Greater Gwinnett Utah10,USC0 Friday OregonStateatWashington, ppd,rain At TPC Sugarloaf Cal 4,WashingtonState2 Duluth, Ga. x-ArizonaState16,Valparaiso3 Purse: $1.8 million UCLA1,Oregon0 Yardage: 7,131; Par72 Stanford 4,Arizona3 Partial First Round Today's Games Note: Playwassuspended dueto darkness 34-34 — 68 -4 USC atUtah,11a.m. Bart Bryant Arizona at St a nf o rd, 2p.m. 36-33—69 -3 DuffyWaldorf DregonStateatWashington (DH), 1pm. 35-34 — 69 -3 NealLancaster WashingtonStateat Cal, 6p.m. 35-35—70 -2 Andrew Magee x-ValparaisoatArizonaState, 6p.m. 35-36—71 -1 ChienSoonLu UCLAat Oregon, 7p.m. 37-34 — 71 -1 MikeGoodes Sunday's Games 38-33—71 -1 BobTway USC atUtah,11a.m. 35-36—71 -1 TomPerniceJr. UCLA at Oregon, noon 37-34—71 BradBryant EE x-ValparaisoatArizonaState, 1230 p.m. 37-35 — 72 -1 WayneLevi Oregon StateatWashington,1 p.m. 35-37—72 GeneSauers 34-39—73 +1 WashingtonStateat Cal, 2p.m. Bill Glasson atStanford, 2p.m. 38-35 — 73 +1 Arizona JamesMason x=nonconlerence Scott Simpson 38-36—74 +2 StevePate 39-36—75 +3 36-39—75 +3 CraigStadler MOTOR SPORTS 37-38—75 +3 Jim Thorpe 38-37—75 +3 BobbyWadkins NASCAR 37-40 — 77 +5 SteveLowery 38 40—78 +6 BruceFleisher Sprint Cup HalSutton 43-35—78 +6 STP 400Lineup 40-38—78 +6 Andy North After Friday pualifying; raceSunday 41-38—79 +7 AndyBean At KansasSpeedway Allen Doyle 40-40—80 +8 KansasCity, Kan. Lap length: 1.5 miles
Streelman amongHeritage leaders The Associated Press HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. Kevin Streelman looks ready to make contending at PGA Tour events a habit, while Brandt Snedeker was poised for an early exit at the RBC Heritage in the rain-delayed second round Friday. Streelman, who won his first tour title last month at the Tampa Bay Championships,shot a 1-under 70 before the wind picked up at Harbour Town Golf Links. He was tied at 6 under with Charley Hoffman and 34-year-oldrookie Steve LeBrun. Hoffman, like Streelman, followed an opening 66 with a 70. LeBrun shot his second straight 68. Luke Donald and Bill Haas were a stroke back. Donald had a 68, and Haas shot 69. The biggest surprise was Snedeker, at No. 5 the highest-ranked player in the field. Days after leading the Masters on Sunday before faltering, the 2011 Harbour Town winner opened with a 73 and had a 71 Friday to finish at 2 over — one over the projected cut line. Seventeen players were unable to finish. The rain was forecast to continue overnight before the front moves out to seaand brings cooler temperatures — but no rain.
Leaderboardattime of suspendedplay 1. BartBryant 1. DavidFrost 3 JohnCook 3. NealLancaster 3. MichaelAllen 3 FredFunk 3. DuffyWaldorf 3. MarkO'Meara 9. DanForsman 9. Andrew Magee 9. Tom Watson 9. BradFaxon 9 MarkCalcavecchia 9. RogerChapman
The 32-year-old Norwegian, a 10-time LPGA Tour winner ranked sixth in the world, had a 14-under 202 total. South Korea's Hee Kyung Seo was second after a 66, matching the best round of the day. Defending champion Ai Miyazato was third at 11 under after a 70.
Bryant, Frost top Champions leaderboard: DULUTH, Ga. — Bart Bryant and David Frost topped the first-round leaderbaard in the ChamPiOnS TOLtr'S rain-delayed Greater Gwinnett Championship. The start of play was delayed four hours by rain. There were 57 players still on the TPC Sugarloaf course when the round was suspended because of darkness. Bryant completed a 4-under 68, and Frost was 4 under with five holes left. The first round will be completed today. American on top in Spain:VALENCIA, Spain — American Peter Uihlein shot a 4-under 68 to take a one-shot lead after the second round of the Spanish Open. The former Oklahoma State player had six birdies and two bogeys at Parador de El Saler, leaving him at 6-under 138. Chile's Felipe Aguilar (71) was a stroke back along with France's Raphael Jacquelin (66) and Sweden's Rikard Karl-
berg (67). Spain's Sergio Garcia was seven strokes behind after a 73.
(Car number inparentheses)
1. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota,191.864. 2. (99)CarlEdwards, Ford, 191.748. 3 (17) Ricky StenhouseJr Ford191734 4. (12)SamHornishJr., Ford,191.401. 5. (18)KyleBusch,Toyota, 190.853. 6. (43)Aric Almirola,Ford,190.779. 7. (56)MartinTruexJr., Toyota,190.651. 8. (55)MarkMartin, Toyota,190282. 9. (39)RyanNewman, Chevrolet, 190.221. 10. (15)Clint Bowyer, Toyota,190.134. 11. (16)GregBiffle, Ford,190.067. 12. (27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 189.78 13. (78)KurtBusch,Chevrolet,189.534. 14. (I) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet,189.221. 15. (9)MarcosAmbrose, Ford, 189.195. 16. (11)BrianVickers, Toyota,189.182 17. (29)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,189155. 18. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet, 189.023. 19. (42)JuanPaboMontoya, Chevrolet,188.758. 20. (31)JeffBurton, Chevrolet,188.679. 21. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet,188.442. 22. (22)JoeyLogano,Ford,188.317. 23. (88)DaleEarnhardtJr., Chevrolet,188.311. 24. (81)ElliottSadler,Toyota,187.996 25. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet, 187.774. 26. (34)DavidRagan,Ford,187.441. 27. (5)KaseyKahne,Chevrolet,187.37. 28. (38)DavidGililand, Ford,187.279. 29. (98)MichaelMcDoweg,Ford,187.272. 30. (13)CaseyMears, Ford, 186922. 31. (83)DavidReutimann,Toyota, 186909. 32. (93)TravisKvapil, Toyota,186.728. 33. (2)BradKeselowski, Ford,186.657. 34. (47)BobbyLabonte, Toyota,186.561. 35. (19)MikeBliss, Toyota,186.528. 36. (35)JoshWise, Ford, 186.419. 37. (32)TimmyHil, Ford,Owner Points. 38. (30)DavidStremme, Toyota, Owner Points. 39. (33)LandonCassig, Chevrolet, OwnerPoints. 40. (36)J.J.Yeley,Chevrolet, DwnerPoints. 41. (51)ReganSmith, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 42. (7)DaveBlaney,Chevrolet, Owner Points. 43. (24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet, OwnerPoints. Failed to Oualify 44. (87)JoeNemechek, Toyota,185.912.
DEALS Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON REDSOX— ReinstatedDHDavid Ortiz from the15-dayDL.OptionedOFJackie BradleyJr. to Pawtucket(IL). CLEVEL AND INDIANS— Transferred RHPMatt Aibers from the family medicalemergencylist to the restrictedlist. LOS ANGELESANGELS — Placed 38 Alberto Cagaspo on the15-day DL,retroactive to April 12. RecalledRH PMichael KohnfromSalt Lake(PCL). OAKLANDATHLETICS— OptionedOFShanePeterson toSacram ento (PCL). Reinstated1BBrandon Mossfromthepatemity list. National League CHICAGO CUBS Assigned 2BBrent Ligibridge outright to lowa(PCL). ClaimedOFJulio Borbonoff waiversfromTexas. Designated INFAlberto Gonzalez for assignment COLORADOROCKIES— Recalled LHP Josh Outman fromColoradoSprings (PCL). DptionedRHP ChrisVolstadto ColoradoSprings. MIAMIMARLINS—DesignatedRHPJohnMaine for assignment. Recalled RHPTomKoehler fromNew
Orleans(PCL). MILWAU KEEBREWERS—Sent SSJeff Bianchi to Nashville(PCL)for arehabassignment.
PHILADELP HIA PHILLIES— Recalled LHPJoe
SaveryIromLehigh Valey (IL). BASKETBALL National Basketball Association OKLAHOMACITY THUNDER— Assigned FPerry Jones andGsJeremy Lamband DeAndreLigginsto Tulsa(NBADL).
CYCLING USADA —Announced American rider PolRodriguez testedpositive for a prohibitedsubstanceand acceptedatwo-yearsanction Ior hisdopingoffense. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS—SignedPKAustin Signortoa three-yearcontract. DALLAS COWBOYS—SignedSDannyMcCray. NEW ORLEANSSAINTS — Re-signed RB Chris Ivory to one-year a contract. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS — Re-signed PKSteven Hauschka. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague ANAHEIM DUCKS—RecalledGIgor BobkovIrom
Norfolk(AHL). DETROIRE T D WINGS — Reassigned Fs Wilie Coetzee,Andrej Nestrasil andTrevor Parkes,D Max NicastroandGJordanPearcefromi Toledo(ECHL) to GrandRapids (AHL). LOSANGELES KINGS— Assigned RW TylerToffoli to Manchester(AHL). NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Recalled Fs Daniel BangandKevin HendersonfromMilwaukee(AHL). NEW YORKISLANDERS—Agreedto termswith F Joey Diamond onaoneyear, entry-level contract. COLLEGE METRO ATLANTICATHLETIC CONFERENCE
—Announcedit wiI addfield hockeyasanassociate sportbeginning with the2013-14academicyear. DUKE— Signedwomen'sbasketballcoachJoanne McCagito e acontract extensionthroughthe2018-19 season. GONZAGA Announced CKely Dlynykwil enter the NBAdraft.
LENOIR -RHYNE— Fired men's baseball coach Paul Knight.Announcedtheresignation of director of men'sandwomens' tennis BobbyMcKee. LOYOLAOF CHICAGO — Announceditismoving to the MissouriValleyConferencebeginning with the fall 2013semester. MIAMI Suspended LBGabeTerryindefinitely after beingarrestedandchargedwith possessingmarijuana. MINNESOTA STATE MANKATO — Named Brian Bahlwomen'ssoccer coach. NEWMEXICO—NamedLamont Smith men'sassociateheadbasketball coach. RUTGER S — Suspended men's lacrossecoach Brian Brecht pendingan investigation into allegations ofverbalabuse.
Rangersroll over Sabres The Associated Press BUFFALO, N.Y. — The New York Rangers scored five times in a span of less than 3 minutes and Brad Richards notched his first NHL hat trick in an 8-4 rout of the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night. The five-goal spurt at the end of the opening period and the beginning of the second was part of a 6-0 outburst to start the game. RiChardSSCOred tVVO of the first five goals, and then completed the hat trick in the third period as the win kept the Rangers in eighth place in the Eastern Conference. Carl Hagelin, Ryane Clowe, Anton Stralman, Rick Nash and Ryan Callahan also scored for New York. Cody Hodgson, Nathan Gerbe, Drew Stafford and Mark Pysyk scored for Buffalo, which was eliminated from the postseason picture and had its threegame winning streak stopped. The five goals in a span of 2:58 set a Rangers franchise
record. The previous mark for fastest five goals was 3:22 in an 8-7 win over Edmonton on Feb. 15, 1985. Also on Friday: Blackhawks 5, Predators 4: CHICAGO — M a rian H ossa scored a power-play goal just 52 seconds intoovertime and streaking Chicago swept the season series against Nashville for the first time. Blues 2, Stars 1: ST. LOUIS — Brian Elliott made 21 saves to help St. Louis win for the ninth time in its last 11 games with a victory over Dallas. Oilers 4, Avalanche 1: DENVER — Jordan Eberle scored and had tw o a ssists, Devan Dubnyk stopped 33 shots and Edmonton snapped a six-game skid. Flames 3, Ducks 1: CALGARY, Alberta — Miikka Kiprusoff, amid speculation that he may retireatseason's end, made 32 saves in Calgary's regularseason home finale to lead the Flames over Anaheim.
SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 • THE BULLETIN
SPORTS ON THE AIR
PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP
TODAY MOTOR SPORTS Formula One, Bahrain Grand Prix, qualifying NASCAR, Trucks, O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 Grand-Am, Road Atlanta NHRA, Four-Wide Nationals, qualifying
IndyCar, Grand Prix of Long Beach,qualifying
Time 4 a.m.
TV / r adio NBC S N
11 a.m. S p eed 1:30 p.m. Speed 2 p.m. ESP N 2 3,6:30p.m. NBCSN
GOLF European Tour,Spanish Open PGA Tour, RBC Heritage
6 a.m. 10 a.m. PGA Tour, RBC Heritage noon Champions Tour, Greater Gwinnett Championshipnoon LPGA Tour, Lotte Championship
Gol f CBS Golf Gol f
3 :30 p.m.
SOCCER English Premier League, Fulham vs. Arsenal MLS, Kansas City at Los Angeles
6:55 a.m. ESPN2 7:30 p.m. NBCSN
EXTREME SPORTS X Games Brazil
E S PN2
10 a.m. noon noon 2 p.m.
NBCSN ESPN2 Pac-12 Pac-12 Pac-12
FOOTBALL College, Notre DameBlue-Gold game College, Alabamaspring game College, Utah spring game College, Washington State spring game College, Washington spring game BASKETBALL NBA, playoffs, Boston at New York NBA, playoffs, Golden State at Denver Prep boys, Nike Hoop Summit
NBA, playoffs, Chicago at Brooklyn NBA, playoffs, Memphis at L.A. Clippers
noon ABC 2 :30 p.m. E S PN 4 p.m. ESP N 2 5 p.m. ESPN 7 :30 p.m. E S P N
BOXING Tyson Fury vs. SteveCunningham
BASEBALL College, OregonState at Washington (DH) MLB, St. Louis at Philadelphia MLB, Seattle at Texas College, UCLAatOregon
1 p.m. KICE-AM 940 4 p.m. MLBN 5 p.m. Root 7 p.m. Pac - 12
HOCKEY 4 p.m.
NHL, Washington at Montreal
NBC S N
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS UFC, Daniel Cormier vs. Frank Mir;
Benson Henderson vs. Gilbert Melendez
SUNDAY MOTOR SPORTS
Formula One, Bahrain Grand Prix NASCAR, Sprint Cup, STP 400
5 a.m. 10 a.m.
Motoercycle racing, AMA Supercross World Championship IndyCar, Indy Lights (same-day tape) IndyCar, Grand-Prix of Long Beach
10 a.m. Noon 1 p.m.
NHRA, Dollar General Four-wide Nationals
GOLF European Tour,Spanish Open
TV/radio NBCSN Fox CBS NBCSN NBCSN ESPN2 Golf Golf CBS Golf
PGA Tour, RBC Heritage 10 a.m. PGA Tour, RBC Heritage Noon Champions Tour, Greater Gwinnett Championship11:30 a.m.
BASKETBALL 10 a.m. NBA, playoffs, Los AngelesLakers at SanAntonio Noon 4 p.m. NBA, playoffs, Milwaukee atMiami NBA, playoffs, Atlanta at Indiana
NBA, playoffs, Houston at Oklahoma City
TNT ABC TNT TNT
BASEBALL MLB, Los Angeles Dodgers at Baltimore MLB, Seattle at Texas College, Oregon State at Washington College, Arizona at Stanford MLB, St. Louis at Philadelphia
1 0:30 a.m. T B S 11 a.m. E S P N2 Noon Root 1 p.m. KICE-AM 940 2 p.m. Pac - 12 5 p.m. ESPN
BULL RIDING PBR Caterpillar Classic (taped)
Noon 4 p.m.
College, TexasABM at Arkansas
HOGKEY NHL, New Jersey at New York Rangers NHL, St. Louis at Colorado
SOCCER MLS, Philadelphia at D.C. United
MLS, Portland at SanJose CYCLIMG Liege-Bastogne-Liege (same-day tape)
2 p.m. 8 p.m.
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SPORTS IN BRIEF BASEBALL
— The OregonState baseball
Ducks fall to Bruins-
team's game with Washington Friday night was rained out. The
Tommy Thorpeallowedjust one
teams will now play adouble-
run in seven innings, but it wasn't
header today with first pitch of
enough for Oregonagainst UCLA in a1-0 Pac-12Conferenceloss
game one slated for1 p.m. Game two will start approximately 30-
at PK Park in Eugene on Friday
45 minutes after the completion
night. Thorpe (5-4) allowed just
of game one.
three hits, but one of his four walks came back to haunt him in the loss. Thorpe managed to pitch out of trouble in both the second and third innings, stranding two Bruins in the second and
MOTOR SPORTS Kenseth takes poleat KBllSBS —Matt Kenseth took
leaving the basesloaded in the
the pole on Friday for Sunday's
third. The Bruins left10 base
NASCAR Sprint Cup race after
runners, while Oregon(28-9, setting a track qualifying record 12-4 Pac-12) stranded six. LICLA of191.864 mph atKansas (24-10, 8-5 Pac-12) got its run in the fourth inning when Brian
Speedway. Kenseth won the fall
Carroll scored whenPatValaika
hasn't finished outside the top 10 since having engine trouble in the 2009 race. He has finished
hit into a double play. Carroll led off the inning with a walk, stole
race at Kansas last season, and
second andmoved tothird on
in the top five at Kansasfive
an infield hit by Kevin Kramer.
times. Carl Edwards will start on the front row for the first time at
The Ducks andBruins play game two of their three-gameseries tonight at 7 p.m.
Kansas after qualifying second with a lap of191.748. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. qualified third. — From wire reports
Ben Hi irs o s ua ta es ive-team tourne stro es Bulletin staff report PRINEVILLE — Rain and wind could not prevent Bend High from surging to the top of the girls golf leaderboard Friday. Heidi Froelich took medalist honors with a 12-over-par 80, leading the Lava Bears to an overall 361 at the Prineville Country C l u b I n v i tational, besting second-place finisher Pendleton, which totaled a 371. Bend also saw Maddy Mode card an 89 to take third place behind Shelby Greb, who recorded an 81 for Pendleton. "We were missing a girl, too," Bend coach Lowell Norby said, noting that the Bears were without Madeline Rice. "For us to come away with the team title here and have a medalist here, we're pretty
pleased." Hermiston took third as a team with a 398, followed by Crook County's 423. Caitlin Dalton and Chelsea Shank p aced th e C o w girls w i t h matching scores of 95 to tie for eighth place individually. Sisters, which rounded out the five-team team s t and-
vens behind Caleb Gardner, who scattered two hits over five innings to earn the win. Bend scored six runs in the bottom of the first inning of t he I n termountain H y b r i d contest and n e ver t r a iled. Justin Erlandson went 3-for3 with a double to lead a Lava Bear offense that pounded out 11 hits on the day. Sami Godlove added two hits and Dalton Hurd went 2-for-4 and knocked in a pair of runs. The Ravens, who were 9-3 before their series with Bend this week, fell to 9-6 overall. Summit 7, G i g H a r bor (Wash.) 6: After matching the Tides run for run, the Storm came away with a w alk-off win. D.J. Wilson led off the b ottom of t h e s eventh b y reaching second base on a Gig Harbor error. The next batter, Austin Peters, smacked a full-count pitch into center to score Wilson and give the Storm the nonconference win. Josh Cherry and Tyler Palfrey each posted two-run
home runs for Summit (7-9).
Peters finished with two runs batted in, as did Cherry and Palfrey. ings, was led by Cody Lagao, Sisters 3, Sweet Home 2: who finished with a 91 to tie SISTERS — A three-run sixth for fourth. Madras fielded an inning allowed the Outlaws incomplete team, but Lauren to turn a 2-0 deficit into a 3-2 Simmons gave the White Buf- edge, with a walk to Nicky faloes a top-10 finisher, card- Blumm driving in Alex Olivier ing a 95 to tie for eighth over- for the go-ahead and, ultimateall in the 32-player field. ly, winning run in the Sky-Em In other Friday action: League matchup. Joey MorBASEBALL gan went the distance for the Crook County 15, Mountain Outlaws (15-2 overall, 8-0 SkyView 0: PRINEVILLE — Troy Em), striking out 12 while also B enton pitched all f iv e i n - going 2-for-2 at the plate with nings, striking out eight and a double. allowing just two hits, as the Kennedy 13, Culver 0: MT. Cowboys used 14 second-in- ANGEL — T he Bu l l dogs ning runs to put away the dropped to 7-7 overall and 3-4 Cougars. Benton also went 2- in Class 2A/1A Special District for-4 at the plate with two runs 2 play with the conference loss batted in for Crook County to the Trojans. (6-9), and Stetson Hall added SOFTBALL a 2-for-3 performance that Redmond 10, Summit 0: included a double and four REDMOND — Kiahna Brown RBIs. Kyler Ayers and John and Taylor Dockins belted solo Carroll recorded the lone hits home runs to back the threefor Mountain View (4-9) with hit pitching of Ashley Pesek as one apiece in the Intermoun- Redmond rolled to the 5A Intain Hybrid contest. termountain Conference win Bend 11, Ridgeview 2: The in five innings. Brown was 3Lava Bears completed the for-4 and drove in three runs, three-game sweep of the Ra- and Dockins was 2-for-3 with
Invitational Continued from C1 The Panthers match up with Wilsonville today at 8:30 a.m. at Juniper in the consolation round.
The Cougars dropped two matches Friday and will host West Salem at Mountain View High School at 8:30 a.m. today. Hermiston won 5-3 over the Cougars in the opening round and St. M a ry's edged out
Durant Continued from C1 The resulthas been a more complete and efficient player. Durant became just the eighth player in NBA history to shoot at least 50 percent from the floor, 40 percent from beyond the three-point line and 90 percent from the foul line. The other members of that club are Steve
Nash (four times), Larry Bird (twice), R eggie Miller, Dir k N o w itzki, M a r k Price, Steve Kerr and Jose Calderon. Among members of the club, Durant finished with the most free-throw attempts (750), the second-highest number of three-point attempts (334) to Nash
(381) and had the second-highest scoring average (28.1 points) to Bird (29.9). "I hear about it all the time," Durant said of the 50-40-90 club, "and it's something stat gurus always talk about a lot. I just want to be a well-rounded player, as far as my shooting, field-goal percentage, three-point field-goal percentage and free throws. I just wanted to be the best I could. I think this year, I've grown in that area. My three-point percentage is not as high as my career, but over 40 percent is OK." Durant also became the 10th player — and first since James in 2008-09 — to average atleast 28 points, 7.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists. His impressive season was largely overshadowed by James, who also elevated his game to rarefied levels and is poised to join Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell as the only players to win at least four MVP trophies. The Miami Heat also hogged much of the attention while winning an incredible 27 straight games, the longest such streak in 42 years. But Durant said he does not mind staying somewhat below the radar. "He's having a phenomenal season," Durant said of James, "so (the Miami Heat) deserve all the credit (they get) and he deserves all of it. I l ike being one of those guys that's forgot about, I
guess. I like going out and doing my job
a double — her homer led off a five-run fifth inning for the Panthers. Pesek struck out 10 Summit batters and walked none. Redmond improved to 15-2 overall, 3-0 IMC, while the Storm fell to 1-14 and 0-6. B end 5 , Ri d geview 4 : R EDMOND — T h e La v a Bears completed the I ntermountain Hybrid sweep of the Ravens, using a run in the top of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and hold on for victory. Kaytie Zellner was 2-for-4 at the plate, including two doubles and a run batted in for Bend (9-6), which has won six straight. Awbrie Elle Kinkade contributed by g oing 2-for4 with a run scored for the
Bears. Ridgeview (9-6) was led by Shelby Abbas, who was 2for-4 with an RBI, and Kirsten Haw, who went 2-for-3. Crook County 24, Mountain View 6: The visiting Cowgirls (9-8) won their third straight game and completed the
sweep of the Cougars (2-14) with the Intermountain Hybrid victory. Kennedy 11, Culver 5: MT. ANGEL — The visiting Bulldogs led 5-3 before Kennedy rallied for eight runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to claim the Class 2A/1A Special District 3 decision. Kellee Anderson had three of Culver's seven hits, and Ashley Wilda's two hits included a two-run single that capped a three-run sixth inning for the Bulldogs (3-15 overall, 2-4
SD3). Sky-Em matchup scratched: La Pine's Sky-Em L eague contest against visiting Cottage Grove was postponed. A makeup date had not been scheduledby press time. GIRLS TENNIS Madras 5 , Sis t ers 3: MADRAS — I t zel Romero won a critical No. 3 singles match, 7-5, 5-7, 6-4, to help the White Buffaloes knock off the Outlaws in Class 4A/3A/2A/ IA Special District 2 action. Madras swept singles play and was victorious in the No. 1 doubles match to best its Central Oregon rival. BOYS TENNIS Summit 6, H ermiston 2:
Mountain View 4-4 on sets. Crook County, which plays Corvallis today at 8:30 a.m. at Summit High, lost to Jesuit
(8-0) and Hood River Valley (5-3). Today's
NBAPlayoffs Weekendschedule All Times PDT
TODAY'S GAMES Boston at NewYork, noon (ABC) Golden State at Denver, 2:30 p.m.
(ESPN) Chicago at Brooklyn, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Memphis at L.A. Clippers, 7:30 p.m.
(ESPN) SUNOAY'SGAMES Atlanta at Indiana, 10a.m. (TNT) L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 12:30 p.m.
(ABC) Milwaukee at Miami, 4 p.m. (TNT) Houston at Oklahoma City, 6:30 p.m.
every single day. I don't really need a lot of credit. My teammates really appreciate me, and my city and organization do as well. That's all that really matters to me." Durant recorded the first three tripledoubles of his career and averaged a career-high 4.6 assists,using Harden's absence to take some of the pressure off all-star teammate Russell Westbrook in being the only playmaker on the floor. "He's been improving in that area the last couple of seasons and this season, without having James, has maybe expedited that process a bit more," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. "Now he has the ball in his hands more and I'm running things where he's handling the ball as a point forward and he's excelled in those positionsand as his career keeps evolving, you're going to see more of that." In an era of declining big-time scorers, Durant was still one of just nine players to finish averaging at least 20 points, the fewest in 47 years. Durant was able to maintain his scoring average through
REDMOND — Elliott Sherpa came back to pick up a 3-6, 60, 6-2 win at No. 4 singles and improve to 5-0 on the season, as the Storm put away the Bulldogs to extend their winning streak to 10 matches. Summit played at Sam Johnson Park in Redmond because the Bend Invitational girls tennis tournament used the courts in Bend. The Storm saw a pair of three-set wins in doubles play, with Connor Steele and Henry Allen taking No. 3 doubles 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (8) and the tandem of Stewart Sherpa and Josh Maitre winning 6-1, 4-6, 7-5 at No. 4 doubles. Sisters 3, Canyonville 0: B LACK B U T T E RA N C H — The Outlaws won the only three matches staged against their Class 4A/3A/2A/IA Special District 3 foes. Paul Fullhart was victorious in his No. I singles match, 6-0, 6-0, and Sisters'doubles squads of Sol Ling-Scott and Trevor Standen and Evan Rickards and Devon Calvin recorded victories of 6-3, 6-1, and 6-0, 6-0, respectively. TRACK AND FIELD Maton, Menefee pace Summit: EUGENE — M a t thew Maton finished fourth overall in the 3,000-meter run in 8 minutes, 35.2 seconds in a 35-runner field to lead the Storm on the first day of the Oregon Relays at Hayward Field. Fifty teams were invited to the event, with up to 35 athletesfor each program. Michael Menefee took fifth in the high jump with a 6-foot-2 leap, and Summit's distance medley team — consisting of 1,200, 400, 800 and 1,600 runs — finished fifth in the 28-team field. Redmond High saw Josh Quattlebum take 10th in the high jump after clearing 6 feet, and Oliver Gunther finished 31st in the 3,000. For the girls, S ummit took fourth i n t h e distance medley with a time of 12:32.09, and Annie Sidor placed 12th by clearing 10 feet in the pole vault. Mary Hadley Schoderbek gave the Storm a 20th-place showing in the 3,000 with a time of ll:05.52. The Oregon Relays continue today.
match, whichBend and Summit would meet in if they both win their morning matches, is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Juniper. The tournament's third-place match will be at Bend High at the same time.
consistency, as he topped 40 points only six times, including a league-best 52point effort against Dallas. "Peoplesay Ishould score 50 more but I look at it, if I can score 25 or 30, almost every night, I'd rather do that than score 50 once ortwo or three more times," Durant said. Anthony used a late-season barrage to overtake Durant for the scoring title, averaging 36.9 points in April. But Durant actually shot a better field-goal percentage (51.0 to 44.9) and averaged 4.5 fewer shots. And though Westbrook actually led the Thunder in field-goal attempts, taking 102 more than Durant, the 6-foot9 all-star forward still led the league in total points for the fourth straight year with 2,280. "His efficiencyhasbeen offthe charts," Brooks said. "He knows the game so much better and it's a natural progression with the hard work he does with his coaches,that he sees the game at a pace that he can make solid decisions — not only for himself but his teammates. That shooting percentage; that is a direct relationship from the game slowing down for him." The Thunder went a combined 3-9 against the San Antonio, Denver, Memphis and Miami, teams they might face as the postseason continues. Oklahoma City has also lost six consecutive games to the Heat, including last season's NBA Finals. But Durant still b elieves that the Thunder have enough to capture a championship this season, even without Harden, even without success against the defending champions. "We're a resilient group," Durant said. "I like what we bring. I like our attitude. I like our defensive intensity and I like how we move the ball. When we do those things, it's tough. I feel as though we can beat those teams. It's just our luck didn't come up in the regular season. It's plenty of times where teams have lost the best record in the regular season and end up playing well in the playoffs. So we'll see what happens."
TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Standings
All Times PDT AMERICANLEAGUE East Division W L Boston 11 4 NewYork 9 6 Baltimore 8 7 Toronto 7 10 TampaBay 6 10 Central Division W L Kansas City 8 6 Detroit 9 7 Minnesota 6 7 Chicago 7 9 Cleveland 5 10 West Division W L Oakland 12 5 Texas 10 6 Seattle 7 11 Los Angeles 5 10 Houston 5 11
Rangers 7, Mariners 0 Pct GB .733 .600 2 .533 3 .412 5 375 5
Pct GB .571
.563 .462 fr/r
438 2 .333 3'/z Pct GB .706 .625 fr/r .389 5r/r .333 6 .313 6'/r
Friday's Games L.A. Dodgers atBaltimore, ppd, rain N.Y.Yankees9,Toronto 4 Tampa Bay8, Oakland 3 KansasCity atBoston,ppd., local manhunt Texas 7, Seattle 0 Houston3,Cleveland2 Minnesota at Chicago,ppd, cold,windyconditions L.A. Ange s8, Detroit1 Today's Games L.A. Dodgers (Ryu2-1) at Baltimore(Hammel 2-1), 10:05a.m.,1stgame N.Y.Yankees(Kuroda2-1) atToronto (Buehrle1-0), 10;07 a.m.
KansasCity(Shields 1-2) at Boston(Buchholz3-0), 10:10a.m.
Detroit (Porcello0-1) at L.A.Angels(Richards0-0), 12:05 p.m. Minnesota(Worley 0-2) at ChicagoWhite Sox(Peavy 2-1),1205 p.m L.A. Dodgers (Beckett 0-2)at Baltimore(W.chen0-2), 4:05 p.m.,2ndgame Cleveland(Kazmir0-0) at Houston(Humber 0-3), 4:10 p.m. Oakland (Parker0-2) atTampa Bay(Helickson 0-1), 4:10 p.m.
Seattle (Maurer1-2) at Texas(Tepesch 1-1), 5:05 p.m. Sunday's Games N.Y.YankeesatToronto,10.07 a.m. Kansas CityatBoston,1035am. L.A. DodgersatBaltimore,10:35 a.m. OaklandatTampaBay, 10:40a.m. ClevelandatHouston,11:10 a.m. Minnesotaat ChicagoWhite Sox,11:10 a.m. Seattle atTexas, 12:05p.m. Detroit atL.A Angels,12:35p.m.
NATIONALLEAGUE East Division W L Atlanta 13 3 Washington 9 7 NewYork 8 7 Philadelphia 7 10 Miami 4 13 Central Division W L St. Louis 9 7 Cincinnati 9 8 Pittsburgh 8 8 Milwaukee 7 8 Chicago 5 10 West Division W L Colorado 12 4 SanFrancisco 10 7 Arlzona 9 7 Los Angeles 7 8 SanDiego 5 11
Pct GB .813 .563 4 533 41/2 .412 Br/r .235 9r/z
Pct GB .563 .529 ~/r .500 1 467 1 r/r 333 3'/z
Pct GB .750 .588 zr/r .563 3 467 4'/z .313 7
Pittsburgh6,Atanta0 Philadelphia8, St. Louls2, 7innings L.A. Dodgers atBaltimore, ppd., rain Miami 2,Cincinnati1 N.Y.Mets7, Washington1 Milwaukee 5,ChicagoCubs 4 Colorado 3, Arizona1 SanFrancisco3, SanDiego2 Today's Games L.A. Dodgers (Ryu2-1) at Baltimore(Hammel 2-1), 10:05a.m.,1stgame Miami (LeBlanc 0-3)at 0incinnati (Arroyo2-1), 10.10
am. Washington(G.Gonzalez1-1) at N.Y.Mets (Hefner 02), 12:05p.m. Atlanta(Maholm3-0) at Pittsburgh(Ja.McDonald 12), 4.05p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Beckett 0 2)at Baltimore(W.chen0-2), 4:05 p.m.,2ndgame St. Louis(Lynn2-0) at Phiadelphia (Lee2-0), 4:05 p.m. ChicagoCubs(E.Jackson0-2) at Milwaukee(Burgos 0-0), 4:10p.m. Arizona (Cahig 0-2) at Colorado(J.DeLa Rosa1-1), 5:10 p.m. San Diego(Richard0-1) at SanFrancisco (Lincecum 1-0), 6:05p.m. Sunday's Games Miami atCincinnati,10:10 a.m. Washington at N.Y.Mets,10:10 a.m. Atlanta atPittsburgh,10:35a.m. L.A. DodgersatBaltimore,10:35 a.m. ChicagoCubsat Milwaukee,11:10a.m. SanDiegoatSanFrancisco,1:05 p.m. ArizonaatColorado,1:10 p.m. St. LouisatPhiladelphia, 5:05p.m.
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HOUSTON — J.D. Martinezand Rick Ankiel hit back-to-back
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(1), Dav.Murphy(2), Gentry(3). 38—Ge ntry (2). Swisherrf 3 0 1 0 Carterdh 3 0 0 0 Segura produced somebizarre HR—Je.Ba ker(1). Seattle IP H R E R BB SOGiambidh 4 0 0 0 C.Pena1b 3 1 0 0 baserunning in Milwaukee's win J.Saunders L,1-2 42-3 9 7 7 3 0 C Santnc 3 0 0 0 JMrtnzlf 1 1 1 2 over the ChicagoCubs. MrRynl1b 3 1 2 0 Barnesph-If 3 0 2 0 3 1-3 1 0 0 0 2 Noesi Chsnhll3b 4 I I 2 Ankielrf 3I I I Texas Chicago Milwaukee DarvishW,3-1 7 3 0 0 3 10 Stubbsct 4 0 I 0 Dmngz3b 3 0 1 0 MGnzlzss 2 0 0 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi RRoss 1 1 0 0 0 3 4110 Kirkman 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 2 2 8 2 Totals 2 93 6 3 D eJesscf 4 1 2 2 Aokirf C leveland 000 2 0 0 0 00 — 2 Scastro ss 4 0 1 0 Segura ss 4 120 HBP —byR.Ross(KMorales). Houston 030 000 00x — 3 R izzo1b 4 1 1 1 Braunlf 3 1 13 T—2:44. A—36,273(48,114). DP — Houston 3. LOB —Cleveland 9, Houston6. A Sorinlt 4 0 3 0 Weeks2b 3 I I 0 28 — A.cabrera(2), Swisher (3). HR —Chisenhall (2), S chrhltrf 3 0 0 0 Lucroyc 3 0 1 1 Rays 8, Athletics 3 J.Martinez (2), Ankiel (4). SB—Kipnis (1), Altuve(2), Hairstn ph-rf 1 0 0 0 AIGnzlz3b 3 0 0 0 Maxwell 2(2). S—Ma.Gonzalez. Castilloc 4 0 0 0 CGomzct 3 1 1 1 Cleveland IP H R E R BB SOValuen3b 3 1 1 1 YBtncr1b 3 0 0 0 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.— Evan MyersL,0-3 5 5 3 3 2 4 B arney2b 3 0 1 0 Estradp 2 0 0 0 Allen I 2-3 I 0 0 I 3 S mrdzjp I I 0 0 Axtordp 0 0 0 0 Longoria hit a two-run homer R.Hill 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 G reggp 0 0 0 0 Lalliph 10 00 and Ben Zobrist had a pair of RBI J.Smith 1 0 0 0 0 2 C ampp 0 0 0 0 Grzlnyp 0 0 0 0 Houston DNavrrph 1 0 1 0 Badnhpp 0 0 0 0 singles to help TampaBay beat HarrellW,1-2 52- 3 5 2 2 5 4 Borbonpr 0 0 0 0 Hndrsnp 0 0 0 0
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Marlins 2, Reds1 CINCINNATI — Justin Ruggiano
hit a solo homer off Aroldis Chapman in the ninth inning, sending Miami to a victory that
snapped Cincinnati's winning streak at four games. Miami
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Gearrin Walden Pittsburgh W.RodriguezW2-0 7 1 0 0 0 Melancon 1 0 0 0 0 Mazzaro 1 1 0 0 0 T.Hudson pitched to4 baters inthe5th. WP—Varvaro 2 T—2:40. A—I8 705(38,362).
ab r hbi ab r hbi Pierre If 4 0 1 0 Choocf 4 1 1 0 Polanc 3b 4 0 1 1 Cozartss 4 0 1 0 Stanton rt 4 0 0 0 Votto1b 3 0 0 1 Mahny1b 3 0 0 0 Phillips2b 4 0 0 0 Phiiiies 8, Cardinals 2 Valaikaph-1b10 0 0 Brucerf 3 0 1 0 Ruggin cf 4 1 1 1 Frazier3b 2 0 1 0 (6'/a innings) Brantly c 3 0 0 0 Heiseylf 3 0 0 0 NGreen ss 4 1 3 0 Hanignc 3 0 0 0 PHILADELPHIA — Roy Halladay DSolan 2b 3 0 I 0 Latosp 2010 tossed a two-hitter over seven Slowey p 1 0 0 0 Broxtnp 0 0 0 0 Dobbsph 1 0 0 0 Paulph 1 0 0 0 innings and Philadelphia beat St. Quallsp 0 0 0 0 Chpmnp 0 0 0 0 Louis in a rain-shortened game to MDunn p 0 0 0 0 Cishekp 0 0 0 0 snap a four-game losing streak. T otals 3 2 2 7 2 Totals 2 9 1 5 1 Miami 0 01 000 001 — 2 St. Louis Philadelphia Cincinnati 1 00 000 000 — 1 ab r hbi ab r hbi DP Miami1LOB Miami 5,Cincinnati 4.28 Mcrpnt2b 2 0 0 0 Rollinsss 4120 Pierre (2),Latos(1). 3B —Choo (1). HR —Ruggiano J aycf 3 0 0 0 Galvislt 4 0 0 0 (3). CS —Frazier (1). S —Slowey. SF—Votto. H olidylf 3 1 1 1 Utley2b 3 1 1 1 Miami IP H R E R BBSO B eltran rf 3 I 1 I MYong 3b 3 I I 0 Slowey 6 4 1 1 1 4 C raig1b 3 0 0 0 Mayrryrf 3 1 2 1 Qualls 11-3 0 0 0 1 1 Wggntn3b 2 0 0 0 Frndsn1b 2 2 0 0 M.DunnW,1-0 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 T.cruzc 3 0 0 0 Reverecf 3 2 2 1 CishekS,1-2 1 1 0 0 0 1 Kozmass 2 0 0 0 Quinterc 3 0 2 2 Cincinnati JGarcip 1 0 0 0 Halladyp 3 0 0 0 Latos 7 6 1 1 1 10 S alasp 0 0 0 0 Broxton 1 0 0 0 0 1 SRonsn ph 1 0 0 0 Chapman L,2-1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Rzpczy p 0 0 0 0 T 2:47. A 26112 (42,31 9) Totals 2 3 2 2 2 Totals 2 88 105 — 2 St. Louis 010 000 1 — 8 P hiladelphia 6 1 2 0 0 0 x Mets 7, Nationais1 E—Wigginton (1). DP—St. Louis 1. LOB—St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 4. 28 —Rollins (7), Mayberry NEW YORK — Matt Harvey (5), Quintero(2). 38—Revere (1). HR—Holliday (2),
outpitched Stephen Strasburg in a
marquee matchup ofyoungaces, escaping a late bases-loaded jam while the crowd chanted his name and leading the New York Mets over Washington.
Beltran(3). St. Louis
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T—2:01(Rain delay 0:35).A—34,092(43,651). New York cago 5, Milwaukee2. 2B A.Soriano (4), Weeks Washington ab r hbi ab r hbi (4). 38 Lucroy (1). HR DeJesus(2), Rizzo(5), Leaders Yankees 9, BlueJays 4 Va buena(2), Braun(4), C.Gomez (2). SB—Segura Spancf 4 0 1 0 Vldspncf-If 4 1 0 0 As of Friday night Werthrf 3 0 0 0 DnMrp2b 3 1 1 0 (2). CS —Borbon(I), Aoki(I), Segura(I), Braun(2). AMERICANLEAGUE TORONTO — Andy Pettitte S—Samardzija. Harperlf 4 0 0 0 DWrght3b 4 1 1 0 BATTING — To rH unter, Detroit, .418; Lowrie, Chicago IP H R E R BB SO LaRoch1b 3 I 0 0 I.Davis1b 4 2 2 3 pitched effectively into the eighth nd, .413; Mauer, Minnesota, .386; AJones, SamardzijaL,1-3 7 6 5 4 1 4 D smndss 3 0 1 0 Buckc 4 0 1 1 Oakla inning, Travis Hafner homered and Gregg 0 1 0 0 1 0 T racy3b 4 0 1 1 Dudalf 3 2 2 2 Baltimore, .375;CSantana,Cleveland, .375; Altuve, Houston,.358;CDavis, Baltimore,.353. Camp 1 0 0 0 0 1 Lmrdzz2b 4 0 0 0 Niwnhscf 0 0 0 0 had two RBIS, and the New York RUNS AJackson,Detroit, 19; Crisp, Oakland, Milwaukee K Suzukc 3 0 0 0 Byrdrf 4010 Yankees beat Toronto. 18; AJones,Baltimore,15;Jennings, Tamp a Bay,14; EstradaW,2-0 6 7 3 3 2 4 Strasrgp 2 0 1 0 RTejadss 4 0 0 0 Lowrie,Oakland,14; Micabrera, Detroit, 13;Egsbury, Axford H,2 1 1 0 0 0 2 Berndnph 1 0 0 0 Harveyp 2 0 0 0 New York Toronto GorzelannyH,2 1- 3 1 1 1 0 0 Dukep 0 0 0 0 Turnerph 1 0 0 0 Boston,13. RBI — CDavis, Baltimore,20; Fielder, Detroit, 19; ab r hbi ab r hbi BadenhopH,1 2 - 3 0 0 0 0 1 S torenp 0 0 0 0 Ricep 0000 Micabrera,Detroit, 18; Napoh,Boston,17; Lowrie, E—Jaso (2). DP—Oakland 1, TampaBay2. G ardnr cf 4 I I I RDavis rf 3 I I 0 HendersonS,3-3 1 1 0 0 0 1 Parnell p 0 0 0 0 Oakland,14;Moss,Oakland,14; Cano,NewYork,13; LOB— Oakland 9,Tampa Bay 6.28— Crisp (7), Cano2b 5 1 3 1 Bonifacph-rf 1 0 0 0 Greggpitchedto 2batters inthe8th. T otals 3 1 1 4 1 Totals 3 37 8 6 Lowrie(8),Duncan(1). HR —Crisp(5), Longoria(4). Y oukils3b 4 1 0 0 Mecarrlf 4 1 1 1 HBP—byEstrada (Valbuena). W ashington 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 — 1 AJones,Baltimore,13;MarReynods, Ceveland, 13. SB — Jennings(5), K.Johnson(2), Zobrist (2) HITS — TorHunter, Detroit, 28; Lowrie, Oakland, Hafnerdh 5 1 2 2 Bautistdh 3 1 1 2 T—3:04. A—28,346(41,900). New York 200 002 03x — 7 Oakland IP H R E R BB SO VWellslf 5 2 2 2 Encrnc1b 4 0 0 0 E—Desmond(6), Dan.Murphy(1). DP—NewYork 26; AJackson,Detroit, 25; Altuve, Houston,24; MiAndersonL,1-3 1 4 4 4 2 1 I Suzukirf 5 1 2 0 Arenciic 4 1 2 1 1. LOB —Washington6, NewYork 4. 28—Strasburg Cabrera,Detroit, 24; AJones,Baltimore, 24; Mauer, Rockies 3, Diamondbacks1 Scribner 3 4 4 4 2 I Nunezss 4 0 0 0 Lawrie3b 4 0 2 0 (1), Byrd(3) 3B D.Wright (2). HR IDavis 2 (3), Minnesota,22 Blevins 2 0 0 0 0 2 Overay1b 5 1 I I Rasmscf 3 0 0 0 Duda (5) 2 DOUBLES —Seager, Seattle, 9; Lowrie,Oakland, Neshek 1 1 0 0 0 0 Cervellic 3 1 2 0 Mlzturs2b 3 0 0 0 DENVER — Jhoulys Chacin Washington IP H R E R BB SO 8; Crisp, Oakland, 7;TorHunter,Detroit, 7; Napoli, Resop 1 1 0 0 0 1 Kawskss 3 0 0 0 StrasburgL,1-3 6 5 4 2 2 6 Boston, 7;Trout,LosAngeles, 7;6tied at6. TampaBay T otals 4 0 9 137 Totals 3 2 4 7 4 pitched effectively into the Duke 1 0 0 0 0 0 TRIPLES —Ellsbury, Boston, 3; Andrus,Texas, CobbW,2-1 71-3 10 3 3 1 3 nning and became the New York 2 03 003 100 — 9 seventhi Storen 1 3 3 3 0 2 2;Bourjos,LosAngeles,2;Gentry,Texas,2;Gordon, J.Wright 0 0 0 0 0 0 Toronto 1 00 002 001 — 4 first Rockies starter to throw New York Kansas City, 2; Maxwell, Houston,2; 30tied at1. Farnsworth 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 E—Rasmus(1). DP—NewYork 2. LOB —New HarveyW,4-0 7 4 1 1 3 7 HOME RUNS —Arencibia, Toronto, 6, CDavis, 100 pitches in agamesince June Rodney 1 0 0 0 2 1 York 8,Toronto2. 2B—Cano(5), Hafner (3), I.Suzuki Rice H,1 I 0 0 0 0 I Baltimore, 6;Morse,Seattle, 6; Cano,NewYork, 5; J.Wrightpitchedto1batter in the8th. Parnell 1 0 0 0 0 0 Crisp,Oakland,5; Hafner, NewYork, 5;Kinsler, Texas, 2 (2), Cervegi 2(3). 38—Gardner (1), R.Davis (1). before leaving with left oblique Farnsworthpitchedto1batter in the9th. HR Hafner (5), VWels (4),Overbay(2), Bautista(4), tightness, and Colorado beat WP — Strasburg. 5; MarReynolds,Cleveland,5; Rios,Chicago,5. HBP by J.Wright(Moss) Arencibia(6). T—2.44.A—26,675(41,922). STOLEN BASES—Ellsbury, Boston,7;Jennings, T—3:06. A—15,115(34,078). New York IP H R E R BBSO Arizona. TampaBay,5; Reyes, Toronto, 5; Andrus, Texas,4; Pettitte W,3-0 71- 3 6 3 3 I 5 Crisp, Oakland,4; RDavis, Toronto, 4, AJackson,DePirates 6, Braves 0 Kelley 12-3 1 1 1 0 2 Arizona Colorado troit,4; Reddick,Oakland,4; CYoung,Oakland,4. Toronto ab r hbi ab r hbi Angels 8, Tigers1 MorrowL,0-2 51 - 3 9 7 5 1 4 GParralt 4 I 2 0 Fowlerct 4 0 0 0 PITTSBURGH — WandyRodriguez NATIONALLEAGUE Ceci 12-3 2 2 2 1 1 Prado 3b 4 0 0 0 Rutledg 2b 3 1 0 0 BATTING —CJohnson,Atlanta,.412; AdGonzalez, faced the minimumwhile throwing ANAHEIM, Calif.— Peter Bourjos Delabar I I 0 0 I I Gldsch1b 4 0 0 0 CGnzlzlf 4000 Los Angeles,.407; Castilio, Chicago,.386; Segura, seven innings of one-hit ball to Oliver 1 1 0 0 0 0 MMntr c 4 0 0 0 Tlwtzk ss 21 1 2 had three hits and three RBls, Milwaukee,.377; Ccrawford, LosAngeles, .375; DeHBP —byMorrow(Youkilis). C.Rossrf 4 0 0 0 Cuddyrrf 3 0 1 0 outpitch Tim Hudson and help norfia,SanDiego,.375; CGonzalez,Colorado,.373. Mike Trout and Albert Pujols drove T—2:37. A—40,028(49,282). Pollockcf 3 0 1 0 Helton1b 2 0 0 0 RUNS CGonzalez,Colorado,19; DanMurphy, Pittsburgh beat Atlanta. in two runs apiece, andthe Los Gregrsss 3 0 2 0 Rosarioc 3 0 0 0 New York,16; Rutledge,Colorado,16;JUpton, AtPnngtn2b 2 0 0 0 Nelson3b 3 1 1 0 lanta, 15;Carpenter,St. Louis, 14;Choo,Cincinnati, Angeles Angels slowed the worst National League Atlanta Pittsburgh Kenndyp 2 0 0 0 Chacin p 1 0 0 1 14; Pagan, SanFrancisco,14. start in franchise history with ab r hbi ab r hbi Ziegler p 0 0 0 0 WLopez p 0000 RBI — Buck, NewYork, 20; Phillips, Cincinnati, BUptoncf 3 0 0 0 Tabatalf 4 I 1 1 JoWilsn ph 1 0 0 0 Brignc ph 1 0 0 0 19; Tul o wi tzki, Colorado,15; Frazier, Cincinnati, 14; a victory over Torii Hunter and Giants 3, Padres 2 RJhnsncf 0 0 0 0 Sniderrf 4 1 2 0 SandovalSan Cllmntrp 0 0 0 0 Brothrsp 0 0 0 0 , Francisco,14; Utley,Philadelphia,14; Detroit. Heywrd rf 3 0 1 0 Mcctchcf 3 1 0 0 RBtncrp 0000 DWright,NewYork,14. SAN FRANCISCO — Angel Pagan Totals 3 1 I 5 0 Totals 26 3 3 3 J.UptonIf 3 0 0 0 GJones1b 4 0 1 2 HITS — AdGonzalez, LosAngeles, 22; CGonzalez, Gattis1b 3 0 0 0 Walker2b 3 1 2 0 Detroit Los Angeles Arizona 000 000 001 — 1 Colorado,22; 9tiedat 21. lined a game-ending double to CJhnsn 3b 3 0 0 0 PAlvrz3b 4 1 I 2 ab r hbi ab r hbi C olorado 000 21 0 00x — 3 DOUBLES —Desmond, Washington, 7; DanMurright field with one out in the AJcksn cf 3 0 0 0 Bourloscf 4 1 3 3 E Nelson (2) DP Colorado2. LOB Arizona uggla2b 3 0 0 0 RMartnc 3 1 2 0 phy, New York, 7; Pollock,Arizona,7; Rollins, PhilaWalden p 0 0 0 0 JMcDnlss 4 0 0 0 TrHntr rf 4 1 2 0 Troutlf 41 I 2 4, Colorado 3. 2B — C u ddye r (3). 3 8 — Ne l s on (1) delphia, 7; 8 ti e dat 6. ninth inning, andSanFrancisco Smmns ss 3 0 1 0 WRdrgp 3 0 0 0 Micarr 3b 4 0 3 1 Pujolsdh 5 0 3 2 HR — Tulowitzki (5). SF—Chacin. TRIPLES —SMarte, Pittsburgh,2; Utley,Philadelreturned from a rough road trip to G.Laird c 3 0 0 0 Melncnp 0 0 0 0 Fielder1b 4 0 0 0 Shuckpr-dh 0 0 0 0 Arizona I P H R ER BBSO phia,2; DWright,NewYork, 2;31tiedat l. p 1 0 0 0 Preseyph 1 0 0 0 VMrtnz dh 3 0 1 0 Hamltnrf 5 0 1 0 beat San Diego. KennedyL,1-2 6 3 3 3 3 6 THudsn HOMERUNS—JUpton, Atlanta, 9; Fowler,ColoDirks If 3 0 1 0 Trumo1b 4 0 2 0 Ziegler 1 0 0 0 0 2 Varvarp 0 0 0 0 Mazzarp 0 0 0 0 rado, 7,Buck,NewYork,6; Duda,NewYork,5, Frazier, DeWitt ph 1 0 0 0 Tuiassp ph-If 1 0 0 0 HKndrc2b 4 1 1 0 Collmenter 1 0 0 0 0 1 Cincinnati,5; Gattis,Atlanta,5; Harper, Washington,5; San Diego San Francisco Ayalap 000 0 JhPerlt ss 4 0 1 0 lannettc 4 2 2 0 Colorado Rizzo,Chicago,5; Tulowitzki, Colorado,5. ab r hbi ab r hbi Gearrin p 0 0 0 0 Avilac 4 0 2 0 BHarrsss 3 0 1 1 C hacin W3-0 61 - 33 0 0 I 5 STOLENBASE S—Mccutchen, Pittsburgh,5; Denorfi ct-rf 4 1 2 0 Pagancf 5 1 2 1 2b 1 0 0 0 RSantg 2b 4 0 0 0 Rominess 1 0 0 0 W.LopezH,3 2 3- 0 0 0 0 2 R.Pena Revere,Philadelphia,5; Ecabrera,SanDiego,4; RutEvcarrss 3 0 0 0 Scutaro2b 3 0 0 0 Totals 2 7 0 2 0 Totals 3 3 6 9 5 ledge,Colorado,4; DWright, NewYork, 4. LJimnz 3b 3 3 2 0 Brothers H,2 1 1 0 0 0 0 Headly3b 3 1 1 2 Sandovl3b 4 0 0 0 0 00 000 000 — 0 T otals 3 4 1 101 Totals 3 7 8 168 Guzmn R.BetancourtS,6-6 1 1 1 0 0 1 Atlanta If 4 0 2 0 Posey c 2 I I I Pittsburgh 030 030 OOx — 6 Detroit 0 00 000 001 — 1 Venalecf 0 0 0 0 Pencerf 3 0 1 1 T 2 46. A 23,445(50,398) Los Angeles 001 100 15x — 8 Alonso1b 4 0 0 0 Bcrwfrss 4 0 0 0 Crispcf 4 2 2 1 Jnnngscf 3 2 0 0 Jaso c 5 0 0 0 KJhnsnIf 3 0 0 0 S.Smithdh 4 1 0 0 Fuldlf 10 0 0 L owriess 4 0 4 1 Zobristrf 4 2 2 2 Moss1b 3 0 2 1 Longori3b 4 1 1 2 CYounglf 4 0 0 0 Duncandh 3 2 1 0 Reddckrf 4 0 0 0 SRdrgz1b 3 1 1 1 Dnldsn3b 4 0 2 0 Loneyph-1b 1 0 1 0 Sogard2b 3 0 1 0 RRorts2b 4 0 2 I Loatonc 4 0 1 2 YEscor ss 4 0 1 0 Totals 3 5 3 113 Totals 3 48 108 Oakland 2 00 000 100 — 3 Tampa Bay 4 0 1 3 0 0 00x — 8
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skill-position spice with their meat and potatoes, don't count Continued from C1 ing. It's hard to find big guys on too much pizzaz from the Kansas City will begin the who can move, play with pow- QBs, RBs or DBs. They could selections, and ne w c o ach er, and there are a lot of guys be MIA through most of the A ndy Reid believes there's so in this draft." opening 32 selections. much focus on offensive tackSuch as tackles Lane JohnWest Virginia's Geno Smith les because there's no other son of Oklahoma, D.J. Fluker almost certainly will go in the clear-cut No. 1 prospect. of A l abama a n d M e n elik first round, with the strong" This i s w hat I th i n k : Watson o f Fl o r id a S t ate; armed buterratic quarterback They've been fairly safe picks guards Chance Warmack of projected by some to be taken over the years," Reid said. Alabama, Jonathan Cooper as high as No. 2 by Jackson"So if it comes down to equal of North Carolina and Larry ville. Oakland, Philadelphia, here or there, and you have Warford of Kentucky; centers Cleveland, Arizona, Buffalo to choose, it might be a fairly Barrett Jones of Alabama and and the New York Jets, each safe pick. The percentages, Travis Frederick of Wisconsin, with a top 10 pick, have assortwith that position — you eval- both of whom can play guard; ed issues at the position and uate the success rate with all DEs Bjoei n Werner of Florida could opt for Smith. the positions, you'll come back State, Damontre Moore, of More likely, most of those to the offensive line and say, Texas A&M, Ziggy Ansah of teams will g o q u a rterback 'Yeah, that's a fairly safe pick, BYU and Barkevious Mingo of hunting in the second round offensive tackle." LSU; and DTs Jesse Williams or lower, which isn't great It has become even more of Alabama, Star Lotulelei of news for Matt Barkley, E.J. critical to have strong pass Utah and Sheldon Richardson Manuel, Landry Jones, Ryan p rotectors as the NF L h a s of Missouri. Nassib and the other passer developed into a throw-it-allTo Roseman, the blockers prospects. That's doesn't mean this is a over-the-place league. Now are especially prized this year. "When you're in the college weak crop of QBs. that the Chiefs acquired Alex "Some of that, you're not goSmith as their starting quar- game, and you're an offensive terback, they want to ensure lineman, you're doing all the ing to know until you get these his health. Having the highest- same things you're going to guys on campus and you start rated2013 draftprospect as an have todo in the NFL game," developing them," said new insurance policy is a good fit. he said. "So maybe the projec- Jets general manager John Reid's former boss, Eagles tion's a little easier and, again, Idzik, who was with Seattle GM Howie Roseman, owns it's hard to find guys who are before coming to New York. "I the fourth spot on Thursday. this size, this weight, this ath- experienced that firsthand last Philadelphia isn't exactly load- letic ability, this length." year (with Russell Wilson), ed on either line. Ansah (Ghana), Williams where the draftniks may proj"There are some really tal(Australia), Werner (Germa- ect a certain class of certain ented offensive linemen in ny), SMU's Margus Hunt (Es- individual a l ittle bit l ower, this draft; defensive linemen," tonia) and Watson (England) but you look at him a little bit Roseman said. "This is really all bring an unprecedented in- differently." a meat and potatoes draft, cer- ternational flavor to the early Wilson went in th e t h ird tainly early in the first couple rounds. round, yet beat out high-priced of rounds with linemen, which For those who want a little free agent Matt Flynn, then led
the Seahawks to the playoffs. If only o n e q u arterback goes in the opening round, it would be the first time since 2001, when Michael Vick was the top pick. It's even more possible just one running back, Alabama's Eddie Lacy, is chosen in the first round. Then there's Te'o. Although t h e h ar d - hitting middle linebacker swept through college football last season and helped revitalize Notre Dame, his stock took a severe hit, too. Not from the online girlfriend hoax he fell for, but from an awful performance inthe BCS championship game rout at the hands of Alabama. Te'o also had some mediocre postseason workouts, but has improved on those recently, and apparently impressed many teams with his forthrightness about the hoax. Teams love t h e p a ssion and aggressiveness he brings to the field. They also worry about his lack of speed and weak coverage skills. "The vast majority of player personnel people saw him as a good player, but not as a great
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StoryStocks Stocks rose Friday, led by telecoms and companies that sell consumer staples. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose for the first time in three days after Google, Microsoft and others reported strongerthan-expected earnings. The Dow Jones industrial average rose modestly, after spending much of the day lower due to a weakerthan-expected earnings report from IBM. The technology company's stock carries the most weight of the 30 stocks that make up the average. The day's gains helped the S8 P pare its loss for the week, but it still logged its sharpest weekly loss since November. The S&P 500 is on pace for its first losing month since October. DELL
Close:$13.40 V-0.55 or -3.9% The Blackstone Group said that it is dropping its effort to acquire the computer maker, citing slumping personal computer sales. $15
General Electric GE Close:$21.75 V-0.92 or -4.1% The conglomerate's first-quarter earnings rose, but results were held back by worse-than-expected economic conditions in Europe. $24
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Foreign Exchange The dollar rose against the Japanese yen andis once again sitting just underthe 100 yenlevel. The last time that the dollar was that high against the yen was in April 2009.
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AB InBevwins approval for deal Anheuser-Busch InBev and the Justice Department Friday filed
an agreement in court that resolves an antitrust lawsuit and allows
the brewer's $20.1 billion purchase of Grupo Modelo to proceed. AB InBev, in afiling in federal court in Wash-
ington, made binding commitments to satisfy the government's antitrust concerns and
both sides askedU.S. District Judge Richard
Roberts to approve the settlement. AB InBev, in a statement, said it
By Elon Glucklich The Bulletin
Central Oregon business advocates scored a major win for the region this month, bringing in more than $400,000 in prepaid tickets from thecommunity to secure daily flights from Redmond Municipal Airport to Los Angeles International Airport, starting in June. What's next for Redmond Airport? Restoring service to the Phoenix areaisone ofseveral longer-term priorities. Five or 10 years down the road, a push further east to a market
like Minneapolis could be possible. Officials with Economic Development for Central Oregon, Redmond Airport and the Central Oregon Visitors Association discussed the future of regional air service during a Bend Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event at Bend Golf and Country Club on Friday morning. Discussions of new service are all speculative at this point, EDCO Executive Director Roger Lee told a crowd of about 30. But economic development officials are always exploring new oppor-
tunities, he said. For a smaller airport like Redmond, recruiting new air service is no easy task, and depends heavily on grant money and community fundraising efforts. Central Oregon's pitch to American Airlines included the $404,000 in prepaid American Airlines travel tickets, as well as funds from a $500,000 federal grant to offset expected operating losses for the airline in its first year of service. Advertising commitments and airline fee waivers brought the region's total pitch to about $1.3 million. It's a necessary hurdle for
small airports to clear, Lee said. "We've had airlines tell us, 'don't even talk to us without $1 million'" in upfront commitments, Lee said. Redmond-to-L.A. air service is set to start June 12, with a 50-seat jet departing Redmond each morning and returning in the evening. American Airlines has announced a two-year commitment. One of the major short-term efforts now is to expand Central Oregon marketing efforts in Southern California, to ensure the flight secures both
business and leisure travelers, said Alana Hughson, COVA president and CEO. COVA expects to start an advertising campaign showcasingsome ofthe reasons Los Angeles-area residents would want to travel here: wide open spaces, little traffic congestion and outdoor recreation. "COVA's role is to step into the Southern California
market and tell the (roughly) 20 million people living there that we have an attractive destination," Hughson said. — Reporter: 541-617-7820 egtucklichC<bendbulletin.com
expects the transaction to close in June.
Buyers back away fromDell According to a published report, billionaire investor Carl
Icahn is unlikely to follow through on a
preliminary offer to acquire Dell, becoming the second suitor to revise
views of the company after reports showed a staggering decline in PC
sales. The Wall Street
JournalsaysIcahn will now likely wait to
see if shareholders approve a February deal for the company to be taken private by founder Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners for $24.4 billion. — From wire reports
BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR TUESDAY • Give Your Employees What They Really Want: Business success program; registration required; $25 for chamber members, $45 nonmembers; 11a.m.; GoodLife Brewing Co., 70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-382-3221or www. bendchamber.org. • Visit Bendboard meeting: Reservations requested; free; 8 a.m.; Bend Visitor Center, 750 N.W. Lava Road;541-3828048 or yalerie©visitbend. com. • How to start a dusiness: Registration required; $15; 6-8 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College-Crook County OpenCampus, 510 S.E Lynn Blvd., Prineville; 541-383-7290. • Two Hours With an Attorney: Laura Craska Cooper, attorney with Ball Janic LLC, will explain Fair Housing regulations and leasing mistakes; dinner included; registration required; $15 for Central Oregon Rental Owners Association members, $25 for nonmembers at the door; 5:30-8 p.m.; Central Oregon Association of Realtors, 2112 N.E Fourth St., Bend; 541-480-9191or firstname.lastname@example.org. • Online and Mobile Banking Toolbox: Learn to pay bills, check balances, transfer funds and other features; free; 6 p.m.; Mid Oregon Credit Union, t386 N.E Cushing Drive, Bend; 54 I -382-1795. • Win the Credit Game, How to PreQualify for a Mortgage: Howto prequalifyfor a mortgage and attain fiscal fitness; presented byCredit Power Coach, AnnaleaCornell; registration required; $49 preregistration; $69 at the door; 6 p.m.; Shilo Inn Suites Hotel, 3105 O.B. Riley Road,Bend; 541-330-9000 or http:II credit-power-seminars. eventbrite.com/. FRIDAY • Leading your way to a successful business: presented bytheW omen's Council of Realtors; eligible for t hour of CEcredit; RSVP by April 20; $15 for members, $20 for guests; 8:45 a.m.; St. Charles Bend conference center, 2500 N.E. Neff Road; 541-382-4321, kdanks@ westerntitle.comor http:II centraloregonwcr.org.
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After receiving instructions, students head out to their assigned jobs for the day in BizTown, a simulated city at Junior Achievement in Maplewood, Minn., where fourth- and fifth-graders spend a day learning financial literacy and how to run a business.
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Looking dapper in a blue shirt and striped tie, 11-yearold Quinn Krueger leaned over his desk and peered at plans for his company's next project — a park bench. Krueger was CEO of the only construction firm in BizTown, a simulated city at Junior Achievement in Maplewood, Minn., where fourthand fifth-graders spend a day learning to run a business, work for a boss, write a check, pay taxes and do payroll. "We're selling the bench for $75," Krueger said. "We're dotng good. With kids zipping back and forth and bemused parents and teachers looking on, the program is among the more elaborate attempts to teach children to become financially literate. There is, however, a problem with this well-intentioned effort to teach youngsters personal finance: Educators haven't found an approach
that clearly works. "I wish it weren't true, but it is," said Lauren Willis, a professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles who has published several papers on the subject. "Math matters, but these financial education programs do not." Repeated research has shown that classroom personal finance instruction does not translate into financial literacy or wiser financial decisions. Students don't remember what they learn, and thelessons become outdated too quickly. Willis said programs that get students to interact with the material can work better. That's the idea with BizTovtm, as well as a program Junior Achievement runs that lets ninth-graders compete in a computer business simulation. Other models that have been successful include cooperation from parents, and giving students the skills to find and analyze information on their own.
Three months after Boeing's 787 passenger jets were grounded, the Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved the company's plans to fix the plane's batteries, a decision that could allow the planes to return to service within weeks. Agency inspectors will oversee Boeing's work in adjusting the planes, the agency said, and both the FAA administrator, Michael Huerta, and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said they were satisfied that the proposed changes would eliminate concerns that the plane's two lithium-ion batteries could erupt in smoke or fire. The changes "will ensure the safety of the aircraft and its passengers," LaHood said Friday. The decision was a major milestone for Boeing and its innovative jet. Aviation analysts said the battery problems this year had cost Boeing hundreds of millions of dollars and slowed its progress in fielding the planes, which reduce fuel costs by 20 percent and have been in great demand by the airlines. Boeing's shares rose more than 2 percent Friday, closing at $87.96 a share. Boeing's fix includes more insulation between each of the eight cells in the batteries. The batteries will also be encased in a new steel box designed to contain any fire and vent possible smoke or hazardous gases out of the planes.
o n i n ance But while few would dispute that too many American high school graduates lack the skills to navigate their finances, many experts argue that financial literacy education has more work to do to remedy the problem. The Jump$tart Coalition, a group that's been widely credited with popularizing financial literacy training, was formed in 1996 by a coalition that included banking and creditcard industry groups, the Federal Reserve Board, the National Council on Economic Education and Junior Achievement, among others. The economy was growing, the stock market was doing well and yet bankruptcies were on the rise, said Lewis Mandell, an economist involved from the beginning. In 2000, Mandell started asking students he surveyed whether they had taken a semester course related to personal finance,to see ifthose who had were answering more questions correctly than their
peers. The results were dismal. "There was zero difference," Mandell said. "We did this for five separate national studies ofhigh school seniors, and we found no difference." Among college students, those who had taken a high school class did no better than those who had not. Even college classes in personal finance, business and economics failed to register a statistical benefit. Instead, what predicted smart financial decisions was analytical skills and problem-solving ability. Engineering and science majors performed the best. Educators have not found an effective way to teach financial literacy in the classroom, but they have learned a few things. Games and competition help. So do basic skills on how to find information, and parents. "Like anything, if it's not reinforced at home, it goes out the window," said Joanne Kuster, a personal finance
speaker and blogger.
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • Mitch Wilcox has beennamedbranch manager of Willamette Valley Bank, homeloan division, in Bend. Wilcox has morethan 35 years of experience in realestate andlending. • Jackie Wilson, Derek Faller and Gary Hollowell have joined Prudential Northwest Properties in Bend asreal estate brokers. Wilson specializes in equestrian properties. Faller is a professional chef and an investment property owner. Hollowell joins the firm after 30 years asa commercial electrician. •LisaHawes hasjoined EvergreenHomeLoans in Bend as a loan officer. Hawes has25years of experience in the mortgage industry. • David Kruger has joined CompassCommercial Real Estate Services in Bend. He is a newproject manager in thedevelopment services division, which covers all phases of research, planning and project management. Kruger previously worked with Inland Pacific CompaniesandRoberts Professional Construction Services. • Pam Bell of Alleda Real Estate has joined the Central OregonChapter of Women'sCouncil of Realtors. • Sharrol Romano, of Fisher-Nicholson Realty in Redmond, hasjoined the Central Oregon Chapter of Women's Council of Realtors. • David Thorne, of Deschutes Gift Company, has joined the Central OregonChapter ofWomen's Council of Realtors. • Phyllis Mageau, of The GarnerGroup, andJoy Helfrich, of Prudential Northwest Properties, have beenappointed treasurer and by-laws committee chairperson, respectively, for the Central OregonWomen's Council of Realtors.
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• Peter May, a broker with Compass Commercial RealEstateServicesinBend,has been named president of the commercial investment division of the Central OregonAssociation of Realtors. May previously served onthe board of directors as president-elect and on the education committee. • Karl Cotton has joined Leading Edge Aviation Inc. in Bend aschief flight instructor. Cotton has 33 years of experience as a helicopter pilot and is a certified airline transport pilot, flight instructor and night vision goggle instructor. For the past four years, Cotton hasbeenthe co-chairman of the Helicopter Association International Flight Training Committee. • Keith Watson has joined Leading Edge Aviation Inc. in Bend aschief operating officer. Watson has more than 40years of aviation experience and is an ATP-rated helicopter pilot with over 14,000 hours of helicopter time. As aVietnam helicopter pilot, he wasthe recipient of a Bronze
Star, VietnameseCross of Gallantry and Purple Heart. His post-military resume includesoffshore oil support, chemical application for theWorld Health Organization, refugee relocation forthe U.S. Agency for lnternational Development and transmission power line construction in Africa. Watson and hasserved in the capacity of C00, CFO, president, director of operations, chief pilot and companycheckairman. • Arianna More has joined Leading Edge Aviation Inc. in Bend aschief financial officer. More has a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Washington, is a certified public accountant andhas more than t5 years of experience in accounting. She previously worked with Ernst andYoung, SafeRent lnc. and as a consultant for G5 Search Marketing. AsCFOshe will manage all financial aspects of LeadingEdgeincluding accounting practices, budgeting, cash management, financial reporting and monitoring financial performance.
• Rogan Parker has joined Leading Edge Aviation lnc. in Bend aschief pilot. Parker previously worked as a flight instructor and worked in gamemanagement andfire suppression in Utah. Healso worked in the Gulf of Mexico providing offshore oil support. • Jessica Parker has joined Leading Edge Aviation lnc. in Bend asassistant director of admissions. Parker has flight school experience and also sits on theHelicopter Association International Flight Training Committee. Her previous experience includes leading aflight school through obtaining national accreditation, receiving Part 141 approval, VAapproval, business development andcreating industrywide relationships to aid in placement of graduates. • Angela Wright has joined Leading Edge Aviation lnc. in Bend as flight a instructor. Wright has previously worked as a stewardess on motor yachts and recently beganstudying aviation at Leading Edge.Shefinished the program in December 2012. •BrockNelson hasjoined Leading Edge Aviation lnc. in Bend asflaight instructor. Nelson attended Southern Oregon University where he studied nursing. In 2011 hestarted the aviation degree program atCentral OregonCommunity College and hehasnow received all of his helicopter pilot ratings. • Jay Bunninghas joined Leading EdgeAviation Inc. in Bend as aflight instructor. Bunning previously worked as a software developer and started the aviation program at COCC andflight training with Leading Edge in 2010. Hegraduated from the program in 2012.
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When Michelle Obama slipped recently and described herself as a "busy single mother," I — and thousands of other women — nodded in knowing agreement. When you have a husband who travels extensively and who, even when home, works extremely long days, it is very easy to feel as if you are a single mother. My husband traveled to cover the Olympics in 2002 in Salt Lake City and in 2004 in Athens. Each time, for the three weeks he was away, I felt very much like a single mother. I have friends whose husbands travel more days a week than they are home and they often confide that they feel like single mothers. So I am not about to castigate Obama for her slip of the tongue. In fact, in misspeaking, the first lady probably allowed herself a rare moment of candor about the difficulties of being married to the most powerful man in the world. But feeling like a single mother is different from being a single mother. The difference is that one is a temporary condition and the other is not. When the president is in the Middle East and the first lady is trying to help Sasha and Malia with homework, plan a
various aspects of astronomy, star shows in an inflatable star
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our solar system and other informational displays, according to a press release. Participants will include Pine
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The free celebration will begin at1 p.m. and will conclude with a start watch after an 8:30 p.m. presentation about
the moon. Contact: 541-6171086.
Free promattire made available The local chapter
of Becca's Closet, a national organization that provides free formal attire to high school students who would not otherwise be able to at-
tend prom, is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays
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Kathryn Olney, left, got a Christmas present to remember from her husband, Jim Roberts, who surprised her with her own Little Free Library, top, at their Bend home. The idea has caught on in Central Oregon and residents find that the libraries not only encourage reading, they also help build community in neighborhoods.
and10a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays throughout
By Alandra Johnson • The Bulletin
April and May. Dresses and suits are available.
Becca's Closet is located at Bend's Community Center, 1036 N.E. Fifth St.
Seminar features genealogy expert Christine Rose, a
icture a tiny house, kind of like an overgrown birdhouse, sitting on top of a post. Or imagine an old locker repainted in cheery colors, or a vintage cabinet with glass doors. Now picture that tiny house or cabinet or locker brimming with books. These are little free libraries and Central Oregon now has at least five of them. Each one of these libraries is unique, tailored to the taste of the local individual who made it. But
who has written several
each has the same purpose. They are places for people to drop off old books and pick up new ones.
books about genealogy, including "The Complete
No check outs. No records. No fees. Just free books.
Idiot's Guide to Genealogy," will be the featured guestat the Bend
Genealogical Society's Spring Seminar. People must register in advance to attend the
spring seminar, which will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 27 at the Bend Golf and Country Club.
The $70 cost covers lunch and all other seminar-related materials.
To learn moreabout the event visit www.
orgenweb.org/ deschutes/bend-gs or call 541-317-9553.
Foodie Crawl set for next week Eleven restaurants will be participating in
Bend's second annual Foodie Crawl, a combination progressive dinner and pubcrawl that will raise money for Bend's Community Center, from 4 to 8 p.m. April 28. The downtown Bend event will be followed by dessert, live
music and asilent auction at the community center from 7 to10 p.m.
General admission tickets cost $65 per person and can bepurchased at www.foodie
crawl.org or by calling 541-312-2069. VIP tick-
ets can be purchasedfor $95 and tickets to the after-party celebration
alone cost $25. Raffle tickets for a chance to win a private tailgate party at Mt.
Bachelor can also be purchased from the
website for $10 eachor five for $40. — From staff reports
There is a little library in Redmond, one in Tumalo and three in the West Hills neighborhood on Awbrey Butte — including one from an 11-year-old boy. Bend library Last year, Bend resident Kathryn Olney read an article about little libraries springing up around the country connected with an organization based in Wisconsin (see "Little Free Libraries," on page D4). She immediately thought "Oh, I just have to have one of those." Her husband, Jim Roberts, surprisedher by building her a library — designed to look like their house on Northwest Trenton Street — as a present for Christmas. Roberts is not a carpenter, so putting together the little library was a challenge. He borrowed tools and used scrap lumber and old flooring to create the library, based on building plans from the group's website. He used double-walled construction techniques to ensure the books would be safe from the weather. Olney's library debuted at a New Year's Day party, in which she invited neighbors over to bring a book and check out the library. "Most of them didn't know each other," said Olney. "What better way to foster a community'?" said Roberts. The response from neighbors has been overwhelmingly positive. "They are just enchanted," said Olney. In addition to sharing books, Olney believes the little library has also brought the neighborhood closer together as people congregate and chat. See Libraries/D4
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her own schedule of appearances, it is like being a single parent. But the president comes home. Even while he was away, she could talk to him about whatever crisis had occurred with the girls, or consult with him about whether they should go skiing or snorkeling on break. (Please don't write in to say that she has people to help her do all this; of course, she does. But if she's worth her salt as a Mom — and I believe she is — she worries about the same things that all mothers do.) But for true single mothers — those who are without a partner because of divorce, death ordecision — the person to bounce ideas off of is absent. The conversations that happen after the kids have been tucked into bed — about school choice,summer camps, bad friendchoices — are monologues instead of dialogues. For divorced mothers, it's difficult to try to ensure your child has a relationship with someone you cannot (or will
not). How much do you subju-
spring break trip and manage
ABOVE: Connor Bellusci, 11, who lives near Olney's library, enlisted his dad, Chris, to help him build a little library for his street. RIGHT: Lily and Lance Bezdek cut the ribbon on their little library in Redmond in August 2012. They used an old metal locker, cleaned it up and painted it, with help from their dad, Dan.
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gate your own feelings in order to let your child maintain parental ties'? For widowed parents, like myself, the story line is often cleaner and more sympathetic. No one thinks you are somehow to blame for the fact that your child doesn't have a dad. The downside, of course, is that there is no one to visit on alternate weekends. No matter how rocky the relationships may be as a result of divorce, there is always the hope of renewal and redemption. That is inexorably absent for children of widowhood. As for single parents by choice, all I can say is "God love you." It is a statement of faith and hope and belief in the impossible that is breathtaking. At some point, I hope your kids understand the unique pronouncement of love that their existence represents. So being a single mother is very different from being like a single mother. I have no doubt that the first lady understands that. Mother's Day is just around the corner. I would like to suggest that any of us who has ever felt "like a single mother" imagine for just a few moments what it would be like if that feeling never ended. And then do something to ease, for even an hour, the weight that real single mothers feel.
TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013
VOICES OF FAITH
Do missingtexts make QldTestament incomplete scripture? God does not err
The Kansas City Star Considering t he Old Testament refers to texts that are not present, such as the Book of the Covenant and those of Nathan, Jasher, Gad and Shemaiah, does that mean it is incomplete?
Rabbi Mark H. Levin,Congregation Beth Torah, Kansas City: Orthodox believers consider the Bible to be direct divine revelation, the literal word of God. By definition, it cannot be incomplete. "SCriPtureS COITtaineth all" S cripture p e rfectly r e The Rev. Betty Hannaflects God's will. Whatever Witherspoon,Ebenezer AME God included, whatever the Church, Kansas City, Mo.: grammar, whatever apparA frican M e thodists r e ent errorsthere may seem spond "No." to be from a h istorical or We say that because these linguistic perspective, the books thatare referred to in Bible is absolutely complete. the historical writings do not It's the job of the believer to keep us from the reaching discover God's meaning and the ultimate purpose of the intention. Holy Scriptures. If Go d e x cluded some The purpose of scripture, things and included others, African Methodists believe, there must be a reason. God is to bring us to an under- does not err. standing of God's work in Actually, there are individthe lives of human beings Ual letters written both smalland the universe so that we er and larger than normal in might better understand how the original Hebrew text, and to interact with God. clear errors known traditionFor African M ethodists, ally as "k'ree u'khtiv," meanthe scripturesprovide an op- ing "read and written." portunity to come to know Those sections are spelled God so that eventually we one way but read differently. can elect to enter into a re- Each of these are explained lationship with God in Jesus by believers as intentional the Christ. and not in error. They often God's work in the history are interpreted as having a of the Jewish people is foun- hidden meaning. dational for African MethWhatever God i n cluded odist interpretation of Jesus' was purposeful, and it is the entry into the history of hu- believer's job to understand man beings. the deeper connotation. These books, referred to O ne t r a ditional, 2 0 t h in the question and by the century scholar, Umberto compilersof Hebrew history, Cassuto of Hebrew Univerare not considered central to sity, wrote about the foreign Hebrew history by the com- cultural stories included in pilers themselves (see, for the Bible, like heathen creexample, I Chronicles 29:29 ation narratives and parallels and II Chronicles 12:15). to Babylonian myths. (See While it would be inter- Genesis 6:1, for example.) esting to read all the texts Cassuto felt that God inthat were used to compile cluded these references inthe history found in the He- tentionally, utilizing stories brew texts, these books are already known to the people not required to come to sav- but changing them to reflect ing knowledge of Jesus the actual divine truths. Christ, and therefore, the Old Thus God accommodated Testament is complete. the people to improve their Our fifth Article of Reli- comprehension of the divine gion states it this way: "The wol d. Holy Scriptures containeth — Send questions for our a ll t h i ng s n e cessary t o columnists to Darryf Levingsat salvation." Ievingskcstarcom.
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541-385-4717 or rnorton10 brookdaleliving.com. COFFEEAND CONNECTIONCANCER SUPPORTGROUP:541-706-3754. COMPASSIONATEFRIENDS (FOR THOSE GRIEVINGTHE LOSS OF A CHILD):541-480-0667 or 541-536-1 709. CREATIVITY &WELLNESSMOOD GROUP:541-647-0865. CROOKEDRIVER RANCHADULT GRIEF SUPPORT: 541-548-7483. DEFEATCANCER: 541-706-7743. DESCHUTESCOUNTYMENTAL HEALTH24-HOUR CRISISLINE: 541-322-7500. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORTALLIANCE: 541-549-9622 or 541-771-1620. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORT:541-480-8269 or suemiller92©gmail.com. DEPRESSIONSUPPORT GROUP: 541-617-0543. DIABETICSUPPORT GROUP: 541-598-4483. DISABILITYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-8103. DIVORCECARE: 541-410-4201. DOUBLETROUBLERECOVERY: Addiction and mental illness group; 541-317-0050. DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-2577. ENCOPRESIS (SOILING): 541-5482814 or encopresiscNgmail.com. EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP:541-460-4030 FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: Drug and alcohol addictions; firstname.lastname@example.org. FAMILY RESOURCECENTER: 541-389-5468. GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS:Redmond 541-280-7249,Bend 541-390-4365. GAMBLINGHOT LINE:800-233-8479. GLUCOSECONTROL LOW CARB DIET SUPPORT GROUP:kjdnrcd@yahoo. com or 541-504-0726. GLUTEN INTOLERANCE GROUP (CELIAC):541-389-1731. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:Supportfor pregnant teensandteen moms; 541-383-3515. GRANDPARENTSRAISING OUR CHILDREN'S KIDS:541-306-4939. GRIEFSHAREGRIEF RECOVERY SUPPORTGROUP:541-382-1 832. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-3066633, 541-318-0384 or mullinski@ bendbroadband.com. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-548-7483. GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS: For the bereaved; 541-771-3247. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-447-25 I0. GRIEFSHARE(FAITH-BASED) RECOVERYCLASS:541-389-8780. HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA (H.E.A.R.T.):541-318-1949. HEALTHYFAMILIESOF THE HIGH DESERT:Homevisits forfamilies with newborns; 541-749-2133 HEARINGLOSS ASSOCIATION: 541-848-2806 or hlaco2©gmx.com. HEARTSOFHOPE:Abortion healing; 541-728-4673. IMPROVE YOURSTRESS LIFE: 541-706-2904.
LA LECHELEAGUEOF BEND: 54 I -317-5912. LIVING WELL(CHRONIC CONDITIONS):541-322-7430. LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES SUPPORTGROUP: 541-536-7399. LUPUS &FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP:541-526-1375. MADRAS NICOTINE ANONYMOUS GROUP:541-993-0609. MATERNAL/CHILDHEALTH PROGRAM(DESCHUTES COUNTYHEALTHDEPARTMENT): 54 I -322-7400. MEN'SCANCER SUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -706-5864. MENDED HEARTSSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -706-4789. MISCARRIAGESUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -54-9907. I MOMMY AND ME BREASTFEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 54 I -322-7450. MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP:541-706-6802. NARCONON: 800-468-6933. NARCOTICSANONYMOUS (NA): 541-416-2146. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESSOF CENTRAL OREGON (NAMI):541-408-7779, 541-504-1431 or email: vonriedlpn©yahoo.com. NEWBERRY HOSPICEOF LA PINE: 541-536-7399. OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE BLIND:54 I-447-49 l5. OREGONCURE:541-475-2164. OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK: 541-312-3081 or www.oregonlyme. org. OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: 54I-306-6844. PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF CHILDRENAFFECTEDBYAUTISM SUPPORTGROUP: 541-771-1075 or http://coregondevdisgroupaso.ning. com. PARENTS OFMURDEREDCHILDREN (POMC)SUPPORT GROUP: 541-410-7395.
Oregon Ave.,Bend. GRACE REFORMEDPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:Pastor Oan Oilard; "The Liturgical Nature ofMarriage inChrist," based onGenesis 2:18-25; Sundayat 10:30a.m.; 62162HambyRoad, Bend. JOURNEY CHURCH:Pastor Keith; "Faith — WhenAll ElseFails"; Sunday at 9 and 10:30a.m.; 70 N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. NEW HOPE CHURCH: Pastor Randy Myers; "TheRighteousnessofGod,"as part of the series, "TheStudy of God"; Todayat6p.m.,Sundayat9and1045 a.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend. NEWPORTAVENUE CHURCHOF CHRIST:Minister Dean Catlett; "The Best is Yet to Be!" based onJohn 2:111; Sunday at10:45 a.m.; 554 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend. REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; "Calling of Matthew" based onMatthew 9:9-17; Sunday at 8, 9:30and11 a.m.; 2880 N.E. 27th St., Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESSCOMMUNITY OF THE CASCADES:Guest speaker Sara Waldheim; "Witnessing thePower of Forgiveness: MyJourney to Sierra Leone"; Sundayat9a.m.;heldatThe Old StoneChurch,157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. SPRINGS OFLIFE MINISTRIES: Evangelist andBibleteacher Eddie Cienda; Wednesdaysat7 p.m.;ongoing; The SoundGardenStudio,1279 N.E. Second St., Bend. TRINITYEPISCOPAL CHURCH: Sunday at 9 a.m.; St. FrancisChurch, 2450 N.E. 27th St., Bend. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:The Rev. David Carnahan; "ForYouAre W ith Me,"basedon Psalm 23:4; Sunday at 8a.m. (communion service) and11 a.m.; 2550 N.E.Butler Market Road. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CENTRAL OREGON: The Rev. AlexHolt;"Gaiaandthe Future: ReclaimingNature asMother"; Sunday at11 a.m.; atthe OldStone Church, 157N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. WESTSIDE CHURCH: Pastor Ken Johnson; "Parental GuidancePart Three: TheFriend Oial"; today at 6:30 p.m. andSundayat 8, 9and1045 a.m.; 2051 N.W.Shevlin ParkRoad,Bend. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel "Parental GuidancePart Three: TheFriend Dial"; Sunday at 9and 10:30 a.m.; 1245S.E.Third St., Bend. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Ken Johnson; "Parental GuidancePart Three: TheFriend Oial"; today at 6:30 p.m. andSundayat 9and10:45 a.m.;
www.westsidelive.org COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Pastor Rob Anderson; "Growing ThroughChange," based on John16:4-15, aspart of the new series "Becoming a Disciple!"; Sunday at 9 and 11a.m.; 529 N.W.19th St., Redmond. GRACELUTHERANCHURCHAT EAGLE CREST:Pastor RandyVanMehren;"To His Children,JesusSays, 'BlessedAre Those WhoMourn, ForTheyShall be Comforted'"; Sundayat10:30 a.m.; Eagle Crest BanquetandConferenceFacility, 1522 ClineFallsRoad,Redmond. ST. PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father JohnPennington; "Respect, Love, Veneration andHonor," based on1 Peter 2:11-17;Sunday at10a.m.; Southwest12th Avenueand Forest Avenue, Redmond. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Eric Burtness; "YouAreCalled to beSent!," as part of theseries, "Live YourCalling"; Sunday at8:30 a.m.and11 a.m.; 1113 Black Butte Blvd., Redmond. SHEPHERD'SVALLEYCOWBOY CHURCH:Pastor Jordan Weaver; Sunday at 9a.m. and10:30 a.m.; in the cafe ofTheRim Rock Riders Equestrian Facility, BrasadaRanch, 17037 S.W. Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte. AGAPE HARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Pastor JeremySeibert; youth and family service ;W ednesdayat6p.m.;52460 Skidgel Road, LaPine. COMMUNITYBIBLE CHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "Profiles of Strong Men,"basedon 1 Corinthians16:10-24, aspart of the series, "Growing UpGod's Way"; Sunday at 9:30a.m.; 1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. CONCORDIA LUTHERANMISSION:The Rev. Willis C.Jenson;"Jesus Bestows Upon MenLife EternalThrough His Voice, God'sWordandSacraments, the Gospel," based on John10:27-28; Sundayat11 a.m.;held atTerrebonne Grange Hall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. FELLOWSHIPOF CHRISTIAN ATHLETESDINNERANDAUCTION: $25; 4 p.m. for silent auction, 6 p.m. for dinner and live auction May4; registration required; Eastmont Church, 62425 EagleRoad, Bend; for tickets and information, contact Dennis Legg at 541-815-1274 or visit www.centraloregonfca.org. "MISSREPRESENTATION" FILM PRESENTATION: How themedia shapes attitudes toward womenand girls; soup lunch available; donations accepted; 12:30-2:30 p.m. May 5; Nativity Lutheran Church, 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend; 541-3880765 or email@example.com.
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PARISH NURSES ANDHEALTH MINISTRIES:541-383-6861. PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS SUPPORTGROUP:541-317-1188. PARKINSON'SDISEASE SUPPORT GROUP:541-280-5818. PARTNERS IN CARE: Home health and hospice services; 541-382-5882. PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW (PLAN):541-389-9239. PLANNEDPARENTHOOD: 888-875-7820. PMS ACCESS LINE: 800-222-4767. PREGNANCY RESOURCECENTERS: Bend,541-385-5334; Madras,541475-5338; Prineville, 541-447-2420; Redmond, 541-504-8919. PULMONARY HYPERTENSION SUPPORTGROUP:541-548-7489. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS: Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, 541-504-2550, ext. 1; Madras, 541-475-1 880. SUPPORT GROUPFOR FAMILIES WITH DIABETICCHILDREN: 541 -526-6690. TOBACCO FREEALLIANCE: 541-3227481. TOPSOR:Bend, 541-388-5634; Culver, 541-546-4012; Redmond, 54 I-923-0878. TYPE2 DIABETESSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-4986. VETERANSHOTLINE: 541-408-5594 or818-634-0735. VISIONNW:Peersupportgroup; 541-330-07 I5. VOLUNTEERS INMEDICINE: 541-330-9001. WOMEN'S RESOURCECENTER OF CENTRALOREGON:541-385-0747 WOMEN'S SELF-ESTEEMGROUP: 541-389-7960.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 • T HE BULLETIN D 3 "Celtic Cross" Christianity
"The Wheel of Dharma" Buddhism
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Judaism CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond 541 -548-2974 www.redmondchristian.org SundayWorship 9:00 am F 10:30 am
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Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting
for Jews and Christians alike. If you're
You Are TheMost Important Part of Our Services
Sunday School for all ages Kidmo • Junior Church Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor
Serving Central Oregon for 20 Years,
interested in learning the Bible from a
We Are a Non-Denominational
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Bear Creek Center
POWEll BUTTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
21555 Modoc Lane, Bend, Oregon
21300 Bear Creek Rd.
Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm Musicand the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30am-10:15 am-11 am
"Omkar" (Aumj Hinduism
"Star 8 Crescent"Islam
"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ ConfucIanlsm
Nursery & Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Osborne and Glenn Bartnik 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541 -548-3066
FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1049 NE 11th St.• 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:
9:30am Sunday Educational Classes 10:30 am Morning Worship This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Pastor Mike Johnson will share his message titled "Our Word" in the Sunday service, beginning at 10:30 am.
Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith Journey Groups meet throughout the week in small groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com REDMOND ASSEMBI.Y OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS Morning Worship 8 30 am 8 10:30 am Life groups 9 am Kidz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am Evening Worship 6 pm WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7 PM
Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery W ednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com •
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
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CENTRAL OREGON BAPTIST CHURCH Currently meetingat 500 SW BondSt.
"Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome! SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.
Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - 11: 15am Nursery Care available The church is located at Beaver and Theater Drives in Sunriver Everyone is welcome.
• Youth Ministry (gr. 7.12J Wednesdays 6: 15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 F 4 year olds Call for information
Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM at 9:00 am each Sunday to hear "Transforming Truth" with Pastor Glen.
CALVARY CHAPEL BEND 20225 Cooley Rd. Bend
Phone: (541 383-5097 I Web site: ccbend.org Sundays: 8:30 & 10:30 am WednesdayNight Study: 7pm YouthGroup:Wednesday 7 pm Child Care provided
Sunday 9: 15 AM - Prayer Meeting 9:30 AM - Adult Bible Fellowship 9 30AM - Children's Sunday School 10:30 AM - Worship Service 6:00 PM - Growth Groups (call for locations) Wednesday 7:00 PM - Prayer Meeting 8 Adult Bible Study 7:00 PM — Kids 4 Truth EASTMONT CHURCH
"Displaying the RealityojChrist in Undeniable Ways"
11 am Service (Full child care) For information, please call ... Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844 Associate Pastors Don Henderson 8 Mike Sweeney "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org •
"Educating and Developing the Whole Child for the Glory of God" Pre K - 5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-2049 Principal Lonna Carnahan www.eastmontcommunityschool.com
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100
(South of Portland Ave.j Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am W ed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided.
Religion of the light andSound of God
Community HU Sing Thursday, May 16, 6:30 pm at the East Bend Public Library, 60280 Dean Swift Rd. 4170 Worship Service,"Gratitude for Life", Thursday, June 20, 6:30 pm at the East Bend Public Library, 60280 Dean Swift Rd. ¹170
HOLY REDEEMER, LA PINE 16137 Burgess Rd
Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass — 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00pm HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER
18143 Cottonwood Rd. Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Sunday mass 8:00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00 - 9: 15am OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00 -12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,
near Christmas Valley 57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm Confessions Sundays 3;00-3;15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH
62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.com
Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631
Sunday Services Classic (Blendedj Service 9:00am Contemporary Service 10:45am H ispanic Service 6:00 p m
NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street
mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries
include: Shabbat and High Holiday Services • Davidic dance and worship
Religious Education Program
Children's ministry and nursery
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training
• Hebrew classes
Weekly Torah Study-
• Home groups
Every Sat @ 10 am
• Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament)
Torah Study meets every Saturday at 10:00 am that there is not a service'
Learn how to sing HU, a love song to God: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU, pronounced like the word hue, is sung for about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief period of sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, singing HU can bring you greater happiness, love, and understanding. Singing HU can draw us closer in our state of consciousness to the Divine Being. It has helped people of many different faiths open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence and security of God's love. Singing HU can help you experience: • Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness • Inner light and/or sound • A subtle sense of Divine Love • The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief • A release of fears • Answers to your questions
Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM 8 7:00 PM Domingo 12;30PM -M isa en Espanol
For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email InfoCweastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERI.Y FIRST BAPTIST)
"A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel SUNDAY 9:00 AM Sunday School for everyone 10: 15 AM Worship Service
This week at Foundry, Brian Mengle talks about what happened when Abraham grew impatient with God's plan. And yet, even in this midst of Abraham's falter, God remained committed to His covenant. Join us for worship at 10:15 this Sunday. For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC
3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161 Sunday Worship Services: 8 00 am, 9 30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am 8 11:00 am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org
Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM -4:45 PM -English. Thursday6:00PM -7:00 PM -English o Espanol Domingo 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM - Espanol CAPILLA DE SANTA CLARA
Jueves7:00 PM -Misa en Espanol HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH
Corner of NW Franklin 8 Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM Monday- Friday 7:00AM & 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM Exposition 8 Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Thursdayafter7:00 AM Mass -6:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Reconciliation Tuesday7:30 AM -8:00 AM -English o Espanol Saturday8:30AM -9:30 AM -English o Espanol ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street
Redmond, Oregon 97756 541 -923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor
Mass Schedule: Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Ash Wednesday Services: 10:00 am, 12:10 pm and 6:00 pm Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (Englishj Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (Englishl 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from 5;00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm
Marriage Workshop If you're in a marriage, partnership or considering a deeper commitment, join Lead Pastor Steven and Laurie Koski Sunday from 2 - 4:00pm to explore these intimate relationships. Whether you're 50 years or 5 months in; a great opportunity to grow together.
Wednesday Noon Silence 8 Supper Worship 12:30 pm Contemplative Prayer Youth Events
See Youth 13log:
http://bendfp.org/youth/ Choirs, music groups, Bible study, fellowship and ministries every week
Visit us on the web at
Union for Reform Judaism.
www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439
230 NE Ninth Street, Bend www.bendfp.org 541-382-4401
LIVING TORAH FELLOWSHIP
We welcome interfaith families and lews
63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend
Our monthly activities include social
Saturday 10:30 am-2 pm
functions, services, religious education,
Hebrew school, Torah study, and adult
Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in
Spirit and Truth Rabbi Glenn Ettman
Friday, May 3 at 6:00 pm
Shabbat Service Torah Study
BEND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Saturday, May 4 at 10:30 am
1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496
Senior Pastor Virgil Askren
(call for information)
9:00 am Sunday School for all ages
"Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM
8:30 am Sunday
Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826. WEDNESDAY
6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study
All services are held at the First United Methodist Church
680 NW Bond Street
10:00 am50+ Bible Study WEEKLY
Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages.
MISSION (LCMS) TAe missionofIliz Cliurcli is Io forgivesins(hrrnzy(I the
GospejandIherebygrant eternal life. SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH
(St. fohn 20:22-23, Augsburg
Meeting at the Golden Age Club
Confession XXVIII.8, 10)
40 SE 5th St., Bend
Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshipping God and teaching the Bible
8286 11th St (Grange Hall),
www.uufco.org (541 I 385-3908
programs, please call
The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor.
Religious Education for Grades Pre-K through Grade 5 and childcare for young children are available.
Nursery Care 8 Children's Church
For more information about our education
Il am Divine Service
Rev. Alex Holt: "Gaia and the Future: Reclaiming Nature as Mother": This Sunday we will celebrate Earth Day and the morning's service will focus on James Lovelock's Gaia Hypothesis and how it has become a spiritual movement in the world.
THE OLD STONE 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709
ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services
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April 21, 2013 at 11:00am:
10:15 am Worship Service
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See our website for more information www.uufco.org
9;00 am Hispanic Worship Service
truths recovered through the Reformation.
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All PEOPLES UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Dropin oIIsonIe"First Crntury Christians," serving Christ in a 21st Crniury manner. Welcomingall sizes, colors, sexual orien(a(ions andJIIII(I backgrounds.
Hugsarefree! Worship with us Sunday, April 21st at 11 a.m. in the Community Room of Redmond'sRay'sMar ket, 900 SW 23rd Street, just off of Hwy 126. Or, come early at 10 a.m. for Bible study and discussion group. All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. On May 5th, All Peoples meets again in the Community Room of Redmond's Ray's Market. For details, directions and possible help with car-pooling, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-390-6864 •
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541-382-1672 Everyorte is Welcome!
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CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER
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GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend
Sunday Morning Worship
8:45 am 8 10:45 am
Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m.
Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title: "Rising Up From Addiction" Scripture: Psalm 121 Nehemiah 9:9- 15 9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9 am Service 11:00 am - Traditional Service
Childcare provided on Sunday
(Child Care Available)
Children 8 Youth Programs
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Modern Family: Put It In Context 9:00 am contemporary 10:45 am traditional 5:01 pm relaxed Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided
• Biblical Feasts
Our members represent a wide range of
Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor
• Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy
TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH
Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the
For the complete schedule of Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Friz 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm
"Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"
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Rebbetzin Judy Shupack
Saturday, May 4 at9:00 am
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Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! at the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th Sunday Services 8 am Traditional Service (No child care for 8 am service) 9:30 am Contemporary Service with full child care
Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are available, call for days and times.
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Bend, OR. 97701
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EASTMONT COMM U N ITY SCHOOL
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Egalitarian fewish Community
230 NE Ninth Bend (Across Ninth St. from 13end Highl All Are Welcome, Always!
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Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson frrstchurchINbendumc.org
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Sunday Worship Service
Redmond, OR 97756
for the outpouring of help
8:30 am Contemporary
The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector
All are welcome through our red doors
THE SALVATION ARMY 755 NE 2nd Street, Bend 541-389-8888
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
529 NW 19th Street
(3/4 mile north of High School)
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Children's Room available during services
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9:15 am Children 8 Youth
Everyone Welcome - Always.
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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 is filled with happy sentiments and gratitude for the free little library. "Overall, it's been more successful than I thought," said Dan. "(I thought it would be) a big project that brought vandals to my front door."
Little FreeLidraries A national movement, based inWisconsin. Thousands of official little free libraries are scattered around the country (and likely many more are not officially registered). The Llttle Free Libraries
website has amapthat locates every registered free library. Only two of the local little libraries are on the map, although three are officially registered.
The site also has information on the group's history and goals, as well as tips and answers to frequently asked questions. The site also has pre-built libraries for sale as well as free building
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another library right across the street. His is now dedicatContinued from D1 ed to children's books and the "It's just a great way to con- one in front of Olney's house is nect with y ou r n e ighbors," for adult books. said Olney. Their little library is dedi- Connor's library cated to Thomas and Marian Connor Bellusci, 11, was Adams, the couple who owned walking his dog and came Olney's house from 1959 to across Olney's little library. He 2007. Many neighbors still loved it. "I got all crazy about refer to the house as "Dr. Ad- it," said Connor, who lives a ams' house" and talked about street away. how the Adamses used to give He has always liked books, away honey. "I want that sort — starting with the Calvin 5 of neighborhoodliness to con- Hobbes comics — and now he tinue," said Olney. loves graphic novels, Harry For the most part, Olney Potter and sci-fi adventure says, neighbors seem to want stories. to share books they enjoyed Connor began visiting the rather than ones they are look- library a couple times a week ing to get rid of. — he picked up books for himShe has read several books self and for his parents. "I've from the l i brary, i ncluding heard about (little libraries) some she thinks she wouldn't before, but I n ever thought have otherwise picked up, like t here would be one i n m y the nonfiction "Slaves in the neighborhood," said Connor. Family." He quickly decided he needed So far, she hasn't experi- to build his own library for his enced any vandalism or nega- street. tivity. And she doesn't think Connor's mom, Sharon Belstealing would be an issue. lusci, explained that Connor is "You can't steal something the oldest on his street and the that's free." younger kids can't go to the Olney's library became the street below, where Olney's lihit of the neighborhood and brary is located. "It was nice to see (Connor) soon it was overwhelmed by book donations. Her neighbor, so excited," said Bellusci. "He Don Frazer, decided to build was really driven to m a ke
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Kai Otterson of Bend, who lives near Kathryn Olney, returns a book and joyfully picks out another at the little library in front of the home "It's so convenient, if I can come just a few doors down end get a book, I'm all good," sayd Otterson. this happen." Connor enlisted the help of his dad, Chris, and the pair spent the next two months working on the project on weekends. They picked an Amish shed design they found on the little library website. Connor hasn't seen much activity yet, but the library has been in place for less than a week.
idea and wanted one for her own. "Being a librarian, I love books," said Bezdek. She and her husband, Dan, scoured local thrift stores looking for a good weatherproof container. They found what they believe is a metal lockerthat once held propane. The Bezdeks took it home and enlisted help of their kids, Lily, 6, and Lance, 4. They scrubbed Redmond library the locker, then painted the inT he first little library i n side blue and the outside red. the area was Redmond resi- Next they decorated the outdent Ki m B e zdek's, which side with stencils and then afwas installed on Aug. 4, 2012 fixed it to the top of a post. "I on Northwest 22nd Street in got the kids to do as much of it Redmond. as I could," said Dan Bezdek. Bezdek, who teaches and W hile Ki m B e zdek w a s works in the library at Culver e lated with t h e i d ea, D a n High School, saw a post about wasn't as convinced. "I was relittle libraries on Facebook. ally worried it was going to get I mmediately she l oved t h e vandalized," said Dan.
But in the months that have passed, that hasn't happened. Every f e w da y s , K im Bezdek notices new b ooks have arrived. She takes out old books and puts in new ones to mix it up and keep the collection fresh. They want people to know they can take books without donating — right now the Bezdeks have boxes of books waiting to get into the library. Mystery books are popular and so are books aimed at kids in the upper elementary
grades. Lily picked up a new favorite — "Happy Go Lucky." A boy across the street needed "The Hobbit" for school and found it in the Bezdeks' library. The locker also contains a l ittle journal where people can write comments. It
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Marianne Fellner put up her little free library in mid-February and named it the Tumalo Pop'lar Library. She found an old cabinet from a thrift store and had most of the other pieces she needed on hand. Total cost? $6. This free library is right off the main drag of Cook Avenue in Tumalo and is attached to Fellner's artist studio and a vacation rental She started out with books t hat belong to her, but i t 's quickly evolved. She sees romance books and scientific tomes alongside popular fiction. "It immediately took on a life of its own," said Fellner. "It has its own personality. It doesn't need me." She says the spot is getting well used by familiar faces a nd strangers. Most of t h e books are aimed at adults, as those tend to be the people who use it. She hopes the little library brings people together and encouragesreading in her small town, which has no library of its own. "You can't really find anyt hing n egative about f r e e books," said Fellner.
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Rory Gilmore is growing up. That may be hard for "Gilmore Girls" devotees to deal w ith, especially s i nce t h e mother-daughter drama remains evident in repeats on both ABC Family and SoapNet, but Alexis Bledel is offering confirmation that time m arches on. Seen lastyear in severalepisodes of AMC's acclaimed "Mad Men," the former Rory returns to television in ABC's new Hallmark Hall of Fame drama "Remember Sunday," airing Sunday, April 21. The New Orleans-set tale casts the actress as lovelorn waitress Molly, who wants to be a florist and becomes interested in jewelry store clerk Gus (portrayed by television's former "Chuck," Zachary Levi). However, she remains a virtual stranger to him since he can't recall what happened the day before, the result of a brain aneurysm. She begins to take his forgetfulness personally until she learns the reason, then commits herself — temporarily, at least — to renewing their relationship from square one on a daily basis. Bledel doesn't deny the "Remember Sunday" teleplay by
Alexis Bledel stars in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "Remembering Sunday," premiering at 9 p.m. Sunday on ABC. Oscar and Emmy winner Barry Morrow ("Rain Man," "Bill") shares the basic theme of the 2004 A da m S a n dler-Drew Barrymore movie comedy "50 First Dates," but she believes it has extra substance. "I read the script and found myself really invested in it," she says. "I cared about the main characters and wanted to see them end up happy, so I thought this would be interesting to do, based on that." Also, Bledel likes the spirit of her alter ego Molly. "She's a person capable of almost anything," she says."She has a positive outlook, but she also has a huge heart, and I've been lucky enough to meet some people like her in my own life.
They're endlessly i nspiring because every day, they wake up knowing there are so many possibilities, not just for themselvesbut forothers. "It seems far-fetched when you first think of the concept," Bledel notes of the element of continual memory loss, "but in reality, this is something that happens to people more than one might think. We're actually quite delicate creatures, and the balance of physical health and mental health can be upset by something at any moment. This take on it is interesting because Molly doesn't know about Gus' condition for quite some time; he's just trying to get by day to day, much less let somebody new into his life."
The c o uple's d e epening challenges proved another big lure for Bledel. "She can love him the way he is, but it's not easy," she says. "It's certainly healthier for people to find a natural fit, but some people have a very unique capability because they've been through difficult t h i ngs t h emselves. And it proves to be the right match for them because of their own history. Two people can bring all t hat baggage with them and find something that makes both of their lives better, and to me, that's real." With her b ackground of weekly T V wo r k , m o d elturned-actress Bledel appreciated that Levi came to the "Remember Sunday" set familiar with the same pace, especially with the project being largely a two-actor piece. "We shot this really fast," she reports, "and it still looks great. And yes, being on a series for a long time helped." So did having award-caliber talent behind the camera, also including Emmy-winning director Jeff Bleckner ("Hill Street Blues," "Concealed Enemies"). "There are so many filmmakers who work in television now, the TV movie is kind of an evolving genre," reasons Bledel, whose theatrical fil m c r edits r anged from "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" to "Sin City." "You get the kinds of stories you used to get in the feature world on TV now, so it's kind
ir ears osin touc wit rien Dear Abby: I am a 16-year-old girl from Serbia. I have been in U.S. for two years and I'm studying English in an ESL class. I read your column and could use some help to solve my problem because I am very upset. I have known my best friend, "VanDEAR essa," for a year and ABBY a half. She is m y a ge and w e w e r e very close. She had to leaveschool because her family moved. I can't visit her because she is too far away. I cried because I don't know if she is going to remember me or if she is going to forget all about me. I'm so afraid I am going to lose her. Can you help me?
— Sad In Buffalo Dear Sad: You are obviously doing well in your ESL studies, and for that I congratulate you. Because you and Vanessa no longer live close does not mean that you can't still be friends. Although she has moved to a different geographical location, you can maintain a friendship because she is as near as your phone or computer. Because you want to still be a part of her life, keep her updated on what is going on in your life and
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ask her to do the same. That is the way l ong-distance relationships are maintained, and some of them have been known to last a lifetime. Dear Abby: I have been dating my boyfriend, "Adam," for three years. Although we
are young, we are s erious about o u r relationship. Not too long after we started dating, Adam began s taying over at my house on most weekends. I live with my mom, who is 47. For the past year when Adam comes to visit, my mom has been coming outof her bedroom in her bra and panties, for the most part exposed. She also makes flirtatious comments to Adam that I feel are completely inappropriate. I have tried talking to her about it, letting her know how uncomfortable Adam and I and some of my friends are about it. I hoped she would understand, but she continues with the flirting and underdressing. What can I do about this? I'm desperate to try anything. — DesperateInM aine
** * * * I f you consider howyou felt several weeks ago as opposed to now, it will feel like you're comparing night and day. Your energy level revs up. Understand that you need to figure out an outlet for this energy; otherwise, you could become accident-prone. Tonight: Take a walk.
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— Single Mom in the South Dear Single Mom: Call the boys' parents and have a friendly chat with them. I agree that the current situation isn't fair to you, and because the boys are at your home so often, their parents should be chipping in. Alternatively, start sending Dear Desperate: You may be des- the boys home at dinner time. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com perate, but not as desperate as it appears your mother isfor attenor P0. Box69440,Los Angeles, CA 90069
This year you will accomplish a lot By Jacqueline Bigar — and quickly at that. Your high energy emphasizes your striking, charismatic personality, and others simply cannot expressing it in an appropriate way. If you stay away from hold your feelings in, they could backfire. Stars show the kind you. If you do not Visit with a neighbor, and catch up on his of day you'll have f i nd an outlet for or her news. Tonight: At home. ** * * * D ynamic this vitality, you ** * * P ositive co u ld become very CANCER (June21-July 22) ** * * Y ou could be exhausted by ** * A verage fru s trated and recent events. A parent or boss surprises ** So-so quickly angered. you. Justwhen youthinkyou understand * Difficult If you are single, someone, he or she will surpriseyou. A sorting through friend could be unusually assertive. This your admirers takes a lot of time. Know person really wants confirmation and thatyou do not need to settle. If you are your company. Tonight: Plan on joining attached, your significant other could be friends. on the receiving end of your highs and LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) lows. VIRGOcan be critical. ** * * B e aware of your time, your ARIES (March 21-April19) limitations and your agenda. Sometimes ** * * A child entices you into a fun you have to please yourself. You could be game. You might be startled by some of taken aback by news and want to head the insights you have and/or hear when in in a different direction. Be careful not to the company of this child. Use care with stumble into a disagreement. Tonight: spending, and countyourchange!Goout Make sure wherever you are, there is to a ballgame or try to squeeze in some music! exercise. Tonight: Your time to treat.
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tion. Because talking to her hasn't helped, accept that she is not going to change her behavior. Have Adam stay over less often. When you meet with your friends, do it at someone else's house. And if you can afford to move elsewhere, you should consider it. Dear Abby: I am a single mother of a 12-year-old boy. Three or four of his friends are constantly over at our house, and I feel obligated to feed and/or entertain them. Their parents don't send money for their meals and often don't even call to check on them, so they are left spending the night here. I don't mind the boys staying with us, but I don't think I should be expected to pay for their food and fun or feel guilty if my son and I eat and they don't.
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or close associate could unleash his or her temper on you. Tonight: Make it early.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) ** * * You know that others are observing you, and you might feel as if you must make a good impression.You can't changethewayothers judgeyou — everyone has a different bias. Tonight: Do your thing.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) ** * Reconsider a choice you made about an upcoming trip or vacation. You'll seek out new information in an attempt to expand your thinking. Some of you might meet a foreigner at this moment in time. Tonight: Aforce to be dealt with.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) ** * * * S hare your thoughts and feelings with a dear friend or loved one. Understand what needs to happen in order to move a projectforward. Your drive and creativity are high, and they'll help you find a path where few would even believe possible. Tonight: Express your earthier qualities.
AauaRiuS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) ** * * * L i sten to news more openly. Emphasize your long-term goals, and focusonwh atyou need toaccomplish. Toss yourself into a project. Tonight: Order pizza, and enjoy catching up with a friend.
** * You might want to change gyms, get a new look or visit with a relative. Make today about you. You will feel much better than you have in a while as a result. Reach out to a friend you might have been PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) avoiding. Tonight: Dance up astorm. ** * * You could be racing through a lot LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) of work. Complete as m uchasyou can, ** * Others are overly affectionate. but recognize thatyou might be accidentYou might think that this behavior is cute, prone if you rush. If you can delegate, or you could think that it's aggravating. do. Be sensitive to alternatives. Tonight: Understand thatyou are not going to Choosesomethingfun. change this person's behavior. A partner © 2013 by King Features Syndicate
TV TODAY Saturday, 4/20/13 12 p.m. onH C), "NBA Basketball" — The NBA playoffs begin today with conference quatterfinal action as16 teams vie in eight best-of-seven series. Top Eastern Conference teams looking to avoid a first-round series upset are the defending champion Miami Heat, New York Knicks, Indiana Pacers and Brooklyn Nets. Top contenders in the West include the Oklahoma City Thunder, SanAntonio Spurs, LosAngeles Clippersand Memphis Grizzlies. ABC,ESPN,ESPN2 and TNT share coverage of the playoffs.
of cool." "Remember Sunday" is airing amid a spate of fresh activity for Bledel on both the professional and personal fronts. She's filmed the pilot for a proposed Fox comedy for next season — "Friends & Family," inspired by the British hit "Gavin & Stacey" and teaming her with a more recent colleague of "Gilmore Girls" mom Lauren Graham, Jason Ritter ("Parenthood") — and she's engaged to actor Vincent Kartheiser, her principal co-star and love interest during her relatively brief "Mad Men" tenure. "She was someone who struggled with r eal depress ion," Bledel recalls of h er "Mad Men" character,Beth, who had an affair with 1960s advertising man Pete Campbell despite their marriages to others. "There was a sort of darkness about her that she couldn't escape, and she was looking for somebody to lift her out of it. She almost had a habit of doing that, I think, and playing her helped me understand the Gus-and-Molly relationship in this. "As you get older, you personally experience more that you're able to add to characters as an actor. It was a
8 p.m. onH C), "Bet on Your Baby" — It's quadruple the fun when an adorable set of quads attempts to navigate an obstacle course while carrying cups of water. Little Remy's parents wager on which toy of four — none of them a favorite — he'll choose. Kya has only a short time to blow some milk bubbles onto a table in this new episode. Melissa Peterman hosts. 8 p.m. onA f3, "Smash" — It's opening night for "Bombshell," but Eileen and Richard's lAnjelica Huston, Jamey Sheridan) issues threaten its success. A nervous Ivy (Megan Hilton) getssome unexpected support. Tom and Julia (Christian Borle, Debra Messing) start looking ahead to their next project. Jimmy (Jeremy Jordan) opens up to Karen (Katharine McPhee) in the new episode "Opening Night." Jack Davenport also stars.
great break to play Molly after playing Beth, because she has this lightness about her. It was such a pleasure to read the part, then to play her. You get to be that person for a time."
Bp.m. onf3, "NCIS: Los Angeles" — When a vehicle carrying Jada Khaled (Ella Thomas) is ambushed, Callen (Chris O'Donnell) and the NCIS team spring into action to find the culprit and save both her life and their case. Sam (LL Cool J) finds himself confronting Jada for the first time since returning from Sudan in "Exit Strategy." Linda Hunt also stars.
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Nancy Popp, Broker, O regon Beau t y . $359,900 Cascade Realty, $389,900 541-815-8000 TEAM Birtola Garmyn TEAM $399,999 541-536-1731 Birtola Garmyn Crooked River Realty TEAM Birtola Garmyn High Desert Realty High Desert Realty 541-312-9449 738 High Desert Realty 541-312-9449 $129,900 - 432 sq. ft. www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 C ommercial Bld g . Multiplexes for Sale www. BendOregon RealEstate.com www. BendOregon RealEstate.com Perfect for office, reRealEstate.com 1645 NE Cackler, Bend. tail or s ervice. 1/2 Great Investment $109,000 T r a ditional in Madras. Two 4-plexes, R emodeled 4 b d r m a cre l ot adjo i ns 17311 B a kersfield Park Sale! Country living 18-hole golf course in 2 bed, 1 bath units rent- 2100 sq.ft. home on .8 Tamarack but just m inutes to beautiful canyon. Of- ing for S400/mo. Only acres, Sunriver area. charmer. $199,900 Bend. New c a rpet, TEAM Birtola Garmyn fice, reception, 1/2 $149000 each Lots of $169,900 new s t o ve , and High Desert Realty bath. Great visibility & potential. Owner is moti- TEAM Birtola Garmyn Contact: vaulted ceilings. Re541-312-9449 location on busy road. vated!Bill High Desert Realty Bellamy, l ax o n y o u r d e c k www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 Asphalt dri v eway. Coldwell overlooking your very Banker RealEstate.com MLS¹20130031 8 Call www. BendOregon private acre lot! Mike Nancy Popp Broker, Madras, 541-420-7192 RealEstate.com 12445 NW Rainbow Wilson, Broker 541-815-8000. Investment Opportunity! 63127 Desert Sage St. Private Setting on 5 541-977-5345 or Crooked River Realty Duplex! $166,000. NE Gorgeous 2390 sq. ft., Acres Backing Public 541-389-7910 Redmond dup l e x, craftsman style home, Land. $348,000 Hunter Properties LLC BULLETIN CLASSIFIEDS single level 1250 sq. TEAM Birtola Garmyn $330,000 Search the area's most ft., 2 b d r m, 2 b ath TEAM Birtola Garmyn High Desert Realty $159,500 Country Livcomprehensive listing of each, gas fireplace. ing Close to T own! 541-312-9449 Desert Realty Single car g a rage, High classified advertising... Open floor plan lends www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 real estate to automotive, landscaped,fenced itself to casual living. RealEstate.com www. BendOregon Paula Mellon merchandise to sporting Formal living r o om RealEstate.com 61052 Larkspur - Beau- and spacious family goods. Bulletin Classifieds 541-977-4009 tiful home in Larkspur room. Access from Central Oregon 17075 Oxnard - Wonappear every day in the print or on line. Realty Group, LLC d erful 2 0 0 2 Bui l t Village w/rental hisK nott Road t o t h e home on i/~ Acre. tory. $160,000 back of yard for RV Call 541-385-5809 Wonderful Duplex on TEAM Birtola Garmyn parking. Debbie Tallwww.bendbulletin.com the SW side of Red- $199,000 High Desert Realty TEAM Birtola Garmyn man, Broker mond, close to shop541-312-9449 High Desert Realty 541-390-0934 or ping, nice large lot, www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 541-389-7910 each unit is 2 b e d- www. BendOregon RealEstate.com Hunter Properties LLC 5 1847 Hwy 9 7 . 1 . 6 4 room, 1 bath with a RealEstate.com 1 508 NE 8t h - C o m $ 179,500 L i gh t a n d acre commercial on sgle garage, new roof. mercial property - 2 H wy i n La Pin e . Great investor poten- 16206 Hawks Lair B right. T hi s h o m e office features $675,000. High Lakes tial. MLS¹201 301089 Builders' own custom separate up g raded spaces. $175,000. Realty & Pr o perty $149,500 home w/garage & kitchen, a center isTEAM Birtola Garmyn Management D & D R ealty Group shop. $349,900 land, skylight & like High Desert Realty 541-536-0117 LLC 541-923-8664 TEAM Birtola Garmyn new appliances. 541-312-9449 High Desert Realty Large bonus r o om People Look for Information www. BendOregon 744 541-312-9449 with built-ins and wet About Products and RealEstate.com www. BendOregon Open Houses bar. Mike Everidge, Services Every Daythrough RealEstate.com Broker 541-390-0098 59774 Cheyenne - ReTheBulletin C/assifieds modeled 4 Bedroom or 541-389-7910 2811 NW Windham Single Story H ome in Bend . Hunter Properties LLC NW Bend 5300 sq.ft. Be Your Ow n B oss! Beauty in $164,900 w/apt/prof-off & mtn. Sta r w ood 94402 Hwy 9 7 N, Awbre Glen! TEAM Birtola Garmyn $239,900 viewsi $619 000 Neighborhood! Enjoy restaurant, C - store, High Desert Realty TEAM Birtola Garmyn the park-like setting gas station & RV park 541-312-9449 High Desert Realty with lots of common i n C h e mult. M L S www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 area & walking trails. ¹201301341 RealEstate.com www. BendOregon This well maintained Priscilla Tofte, broker RealEstate.com 541-815-6444 63059 Fresca - 4 bdrm home lives larger than home on Bends' NW its sq. footage. Large Fred Real Estate Group 2573 sq. ft. — 3 bdrm 51863 Fordham - Gor exqu i site side of town. deck 8 & 2.5 bath geous Craftsman 3 Commercial Lot s I n Situated mountain views make on .40 acre bdrm + o f f ice l oft. $365,000 Crooked River Ranch. & on the 17th Green! for great entertaining. TEAM Birtola Garmyn $189,900 Great opportunity to High Desert Realty Russ White, Broker 3587 NW McCready TEAM Birtola Garmyn start a business or 541-312-9449 541-279-3674 or Bend * $629,000 High Desert Realty relocate an existing 541-389-7910 www. BendOregon Open Sunday 541-312-9449 business. Near resHunter Properties LLC RealEstate.com www. BendOregon 1p.m. to 4p.m. t aurants, hotel a n d RealEstate.com golf course. Owner Danielle Snow, terms available. BusiBroker 16413 Heath - G reat ness Circle, Lot 82John L Scott RE downtown home w/all 1.05 acres - $25,000. 541.306.1015 city services. $79,900 Commercial Loop, Lot TEAM Birtola Garmyn 49 - 1.26 acres, Lot High Desert Realty 745 50 - 1.30 acres. Lot 541-312-9449 Homes for Sale 51 - 1.23 acres. www. BendOregon $35,000 each or purRealEstate.com chase al l 3 for 20067 B i rchwood Overlooking Woo 1 Summit View - One of $90,000 Juniper Re a l ty, driver Park. 2 lots w/2 the most private spots homes. $449,500 in the resor t . 541-504-5393 TEAM Birtola Garmyn $529,500 •F or Sale T rans F i x High Desert Realty TEAM Birtola Garmyn 541-312-9449 General Auto Repair High Desert Realty Seller retiring f r om www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 Very Successful shop. RealEstate.com www. BendOregon $99,900 RealEstate.com •For Sale The Yogurt 65970 Mariposa - Pris S • Tumalo acreage 990 NE Weist - French Factory in downtown tine in Grandridge. country style home. Bend $39,900 Village Wie s t oria. •For Sale E l B u r rito $450,000 Birtola Garmyn $349,900 S • g • Restaurant, 335 NE TEAM • High Desert Realty TEAM Birtola Garmyn DeKalb, Bend 541-312-9449 High Desert Realty $65,900 www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 Becky Breeze, RealEstate.com www. BendOregon Principal Broker RealEstate.com 541-408-1 107 fce//) 4 Spruce - Vacation Becky Breeze home in S u nrivers'3149 NE Nathan - Cus & Company Real F ort R o c k Par k . tom 4 b d r m h o me Estate. 541-617-5700 $369,500 w/mtn views. Birtola Garmyn $424,900 General Store & Gas TEAM High Desert Realty TEAM Birtola Garmyn Pumps. Be your own 541-312-9449 High Desert Realty Boss! General store www. BendOregon 541-312-9449 establishment 8 fuel RealEstate.com www. BendOregon pumps, inventory & RealEstate.com equipment i n cluded 2083 N W Ca s c ade with the land 8 build- View - NW Bend, 20071 Calvin - Quality ings. 2 Bdrm, 1 bath 3050 s q .ft. c e d ar c raftsmanship i n a manufactured home chalet w/views. great SE Bend loca included in the sale. $449,000 uon. $310,000 • I • Candice A n d erson, TEAM Birtola Garmyn TEAM Birtola Garmyn Broker 541-788-8878 High Desert Realty High Desert Realty John L. Scott 541-312-9449 541-312-9449 Real Estate, Bend www. BendOregon www. BendOregon www.johnlscott.com RealEstate.com RealEstate.com -
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$365,000 C o ntempo- Between bend & Red- Entertaining or Vaca- Great Location on cor- Mt. Bachelor Village j Old Mill Area rary Duplex! The base mond Terrific location tioning. Beau t iful ner lot i n d e sirable 61436 Elkhorn St. 3/2, $419,900 at Pilot Butte. Private - 4 bdrm, 1 bath in wood beam, o p en S W Bend. 1999 3 • 1194 sq.ft. condo, 1 214 s q .ft., o p e n & energy efficiency. 2 888y sf home o n floor plan, spacious Bdrm, 2 Bath, 1296 ¹509 kitchen, gas FP, short Slate, tile 8 m a rble 5.75y a c res . A k itchen, w oo d f i r e sq. ft. Mobile only has • 2 bedroom, 2 bath sale value. MLS floors, hickory cabi- Country feel but close place, 4 B d rm , ¹201209179 2 an open floor plan, • Incredible Deschutes nets, gas fireplaces, to t ow n a m e nities. Bath, deck for enter- vaulted ceilings, spa- River view John Furrow, Broker Bosche o n-demand Super fireplace w/rock tainers delight, right cious kitchen, Large • MLS 201301597 541-647-0910 hot water. Ceiling fans surround for a m bi- across the street from yard, C a r port with Bonnie Savickas, Fred Real Estate Group in great room, master a nce, plus a L o p i Big Dechutes! CALL storage. Refrigerator, Broker 8 bon u s roo m . Woodstove that can NOW! Shelley Texley, washer/dryer in541-408-7537 Open House Sat., 4/20 Jack-n-Jill style bath heat the whole house. P rincipal Brok e r c luded! $32, 0 0 0 and Sun., 4/21 u pstairs f o r bot h Great room floor plan 530-227-4836 MLS¹ 2013 0 1996 from 10am-4pm d'N bdrms. Extra parking w/living room & John L. Scott www.johnlscott.com/te both days. 8 landscaped back- kitchen having Real Estate, Bend r esabrown Te r e sa Amazing Golf Views! yard. Tony Levison, wide-plank floors of www.johnlscott.com Brown, Broker MORRIS Situated perfectly be541-325-1096 Broker 541-977-1852 reclaimed pine. DisREAL ESTATE hind Broken Top's first 500 ft of Desor 541-389-7910 tressed maple cabi- Fabulous John L. Scott green with approach chutes River v i ew, Real Estate, Bend I dp d lyO d d dp I Hunter Properties LLC nets in Kitchen with 1 shot a n d fa i r way 1 /2 thi c k slat e great home 3 b e dwww.johnlscott.com NE Bend j $192,000 views from the Mas$419,000 Sunr i ver counters. If you like a rooms, guest house • 1206 sq.ft. ter Bedroom, Living, Gem! Extensive Re- cozy c o untry f e e l. over garage, Cas- H ager Mountain E s - • 2 bedroom, 2 bath and Dining r ooms. model... on a l a rge You've got it!! Beau- cade mtn views from tates - 4 lots, $30,000 • Turn key property Well worth your time upstairs master. each located in Silver • MLS 201204680 corner lot. Three full tiful Cascade Mounto view t his B rand m aster s u ites, 3 . 5 tain Views. 2 corrals, ¹201301068 $489,000 Lake. U n derground Amy Halligan, Broker New remodel with ExJohn L. Scott Real power and conduit for baths. Gorgeous wal- pond, shared lake, 3 541-410-9045 c ellent Attention t o Estate 541-548-1712 n ut f l o oring, n e w acres of irrigation, 2 phone and internet. Detail. Updates inhickory cabinets, car- stall barn. $375,000 Fabulous Cas c a de V iews o f Hage r clude a com p lete pet 8 tile floors. Must MLS¹201205878 V iews. O l d wo r l d Mountain. Septic feafunctional master bath sibility fo r s t andard see to believe. Call Bobbie Strome, Charm w/ 4015 sq. ft. restructure, new today for more details. system. The area is a Principal Broker Main House & 1040 flooring t h roughout, MORRIS sportsman's paradise. Susan Pitarro, Broker John L Scott Real sq.ft. shop/wine room new granite counters, REAL ESTATE 541-410-8084 or Bobbie Strome, Estate 541-385-5500 Situated atop Awbrey new stainless energy 541 -389-791 0 Principal Broker I d p d ly O H d dp d Butte on 1.06 acres, efficient a p pliances, Hunter Properties LLC Black Butte Ranch j John L Scott Real this home is an oEnNew Listing - $199,900, finely refinished cabi$574,900 tertainers Delight" with Estate 541-385-5500 3 B d rm , 2 Bat h , netry, interior/exterior $419,500 Spa c ious• 2470 sq.ft. 4 Bdrm, 3.5 Bath. By Horse Property - 7085 Double Garage. .27 paint, hybrid gas asT ownhomel T o w n -• 3 bedroom, 3 bath appt on l y with Ac. Fenced Sprinkler sist/wood bur n i ng Kent Lane, Culver. 39 house sits o n 1 7 th • .46 acre lot Danielle. l ot, w o nderful R V fireplaces in the living Acres w/37 acres of f airway a t Widg i • MLS 201300725 www.johnlscott.com/d w a te r r i g ht. parking. More Photos room and master bedC reek. 2 mast e r Gary Rose, Broker aniellesnow Danielle NUID Flood irrigated from a www.johnlscott.com/6 r oom, and a n o u t suites, one on main 541-588-0687 Snow, Broker Ig. pond w/gated pipe. 6 532 P e ggy Le e standing 500+ bottle l evel, other on 2 n d 541-306-1015 Broker wine cellar. Make this 1782 s q . ft . MFD Combs, level. Alder cabinets, John L. Scott unique home a priorhome. 4 bdrm/2 bath, 541-480-7653 island kitchen, Real Estate, Bend John L. Scott ity to view today. REwrapped windows, oil shop, barn & 4-stall www.johnlscott.com Real Es t a te, B e nd DUCED $649,000. barn. Outside arena rubbed hardwood & MORRIS www.johnlscott.com w /attached pens . Neil McDaniel, Broker much more. Fantastic single level REAL ESTATE 541-350-9579 Mountain & c anyon Mike Everidge, Broker home. Views of the Nice home in B end. Fred Real Estate Group 541-390-0098 or valley floor and par- views. Oak cabinets, island 541 -389-791 0 tial Cascade views. MLS¹201207831. in kitchen, extra insuHunter Properties LLC Find exactly what This home is move-in $360,000 l ation a dded, n e w Popular Kings Forest John L. Scott Real you are looking for in the ready and has lots of laminate f l oo r in Neighborhood - This 6 0820 S c o tt s Fl u f f storage space. Estate 541-548-1712 re m odeled CLASSIFIEDS kitchen an d d i n ing custom $419,000. River Rim F reshly painted i n 4-bedroom home is room, large open livLa Pine j $85,000 home ready for you! s ide and o ut , n e w nestled in the p ine ing area, cozy wood This 2296 sq. ft. home Bridge Creek j range, dishwasher in- • 1680 sq.ft. manufacstove, heat pump A/C trees on over d/2 acre h as master on t h e $355,000 cluded. $1 6 9 ,000. tured in a popular neighbor& electric forced air • 4 bedroom, 2 bath main, 3 Bdrms, plus • 1846 sq.ft. townhome MLS ¹201301275 hood. Brazilian cherry heat. Home has gut• .85 acre lot o ffice a n d bon u s • 3 bedroom suites, 3.5 John L. Scott Real ters and carport, large wood floors with tile & room, hard w ood bath Estate 541-548-1712 • MLS 201300356 slate accents were covered deck, chain Christy Hartmanfloors, 8 Hendrickson • Convenient location thr o ughout l ink f e n ced y a r d . utilized FSBO - $249,500. SuDeCourcey, Broker high quality. Shops, • MLS 201302444 $55,000 MLS this neat home. Feaper cute home in NE 541-312-7263 restaurants, parks all Kelly Neuman, Broker tures custom maple ¹201208196 Bend. Nice neighborwith i n t h i s s u p er 541-480-2102 kitchen, vaulted living John L. Scott Real Eshood, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, neighborhood. room & m ai n l evel tate 541-548-1712 1614 sq.ft., big quarwww.johnlscott.com/1 master. There is room ter lot, space for RV 2494 Kathy C a ba, to park your RV plus or boat, and m uch Principal Broker, ABR NOTICE MORRIS large decks to enjoy 541-771-1761 more. 541-728-0399. All real estate adver- time MORRIS REAL ESTATE o utside. V e ry tised here in is subJohn L. Scott REAL ESTATE I d p d ly O d dOp« & c omfortable hom e Fun cottage house on a ject to t h e F e deral Real Estate, Bend buildable duplex lot with elbow room and F air H o using A c t , www.johnlscott.com Check out the living s pace. with City views. 900 which makes it illegal open COME S E E THIS s q f t classifieds online ho m e wi t h a vacation 6 Bdrm, 6 bath, 4-car, PROPERTY with so to advertise any pref- Currently rental. Call for more 4270 sq ft, .83 ac. corner, much potential! Live in b asement and c a r- www.bendbuletin.com erence, limitation or view. By owner, ideal for t he e x isting h o me port. ¹201301623 Updated daily discrimination based details. Gary Everett, CCIM John L. Scott Real extended family. on race, color, reliwhile you build your Estate 541-548-1712 Principal Broker Midtown Bend j $590,000. 541-390-0886 gion, sex, handicap, dream home in CRR. 541-480-6130 $315,000 familial status or naGreat Family H o me. Joan Steelhammer, $75,900 Pride of Own- This property is all set Great open floor plan • 2371 sq.ft. tional origin, or intenBroker e rship! T h i s wel l up for you, your fam- with spacious kitchen • 3 bedroom, 3 bath tion to make any such 541-419-3717 maintained condo will ily & your horses! With • Adjacent buildable lot preferences, l i m ita& lots o f w i ndows, a 3 stall barn, horse Remax make for a great inincluded tions or discrimination. vestment. 3 b drms., wash area, round pen, Large master s uite • MLS 201301952 We will not knowingly with 2 closets & genfenced 8 cle a r ed 2.5 baths, lives larger Kelleher, Broker accept any advertisb e d - Darrin Just too many than sq. footage. Liv- riding arena, sepa- e rous s i zed The Kelleher Group ing for r ea l e s tate r ated p a stures & rooms. Huge b acking room with g as 541-788-0029 collectibles? which is in violation of 12'X24' hay storage yard. Move in ready. 4 fireplace, wood floors. this law. All persons 8 2.5 bath. Call Large master bdrm & you are all set! The bdrm are hereby informed Sell them in bath w/great separa- p roperty i s full y for more information. that all dwellings ad- The Bulletin Classifieds Jac k son, tion. Susan Pitarro, fenced w/a g a rden Barbara vertised are available Broker 541-306-8186 Broker 541-410-8084 compete w/timed drip MORRIS on an equal opportuJohn L. Scott system, chicken coup, or 541-389-7910 541-385-5809 REAL ESTATE nity basis. The BulleReal Estate, Bend beautiful pergola w/a Hunter Properties LLC tin Classified I d p d ly O d dOp www.johnlscott.com great place for your 925 SW T h eater D r. bbq. This home has ¹Lot 1. N ew, r iver- so many little extras front Pahlisch town- you need to see it. home in desirable De- ¹201301058 schutes Landing! This $199,000 John L. Scott Real luxurious home features spectacular river Estate 541-548-1712 and Cascade MounCou n try tain views from nearly Convenient Living. Quiet, close to every room. All the Acreage with premium finishes that Bend... y ou'd expect f r om large pond, gated, all & cross P ahlisch Hom e s . fenced Solid surface quartz f enced. Home a n d counters, u p graded l arge shop all o n e Gran i t e appliances, designer b uilding. ins u lated flooring, tile showers, kitchen, central vac, and more. shop... Many extras. www.johnlscott.com/s Main level master. 2 Sharon c overed patios f o r harona Pri n cipal outdoor living. 3075 Abrams, CRS, sf, 3 bedrooms, bo- Broker, nus, 3.5 baths. Live in 541-280-9309 John L. Scott the heart of it all, with Real Estate, Bend shops, theaters, conwww.johnlscott.com certs just steps away! $989,950. Craftsman - Lodgepole Edie Delay, 1 blk from Pine Mdw. Principal Broker great room, GRAND Hasson Company mstr s uite, f o r mer Realtors model home. Coming 541-420-2950 soon! $99,900 Smart Invest- Teri Cravens, Broker 541-610-7927 ment! This condo will make for a great get- Fred Real Estate Group away. C l o s e to Crooked River Ranch d owntown and t h e 6031 SW Tarpon, 3/2, ever popular Old Mill 1 620 s q . ft. , 5.1 4 District. Amenities in28x30 shop/gaclude pool, t e nnis acres, w e ll . MLS courts and trails ac- rage, ¹201204594 c essing t h e De s - Teri Cravens, Broker chutes River. Grant L udwick, Brok e r Fred541-647-0910 Real Estate Group 541-633-0255 or •
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Awbrey Ridgej $400,000 • 2266 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • .17 acre cul-de-sac lot • MLS 201302270
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Views, 60x36 in$129,900 MLS 541-536-2732 "Call A Service rage has a shop area, 1776 SF, manicured covered porches, fire• On the Deschutes sulated Shop with at201300412. 2 bays & 5 0 a m p 1.76 acres, $215,000. Professional" Directory place and secluded tached guest quarters, Located on a c o rner Cascade Realty, River p ower for a n R V . High Lakes Realty & 13206 SW Golden Man master suite. A 21x24 • MLS 541-536-1 731 201202960 2 s e ptics, l o a fing acre with a 4-car gaSeparate RV covered P roperty Man a g e tel. Custom 2,470 sq family room is ideal shed, RV h o ok-up, rage is this 3 bd/2ba View of Mt. Jefferson ft, 3 bedroom, 2 ~/2 for families. Plenty of Brandon Fairbanks, ment 541-536-0117 storage & ca r p ort. Very spacious 1994, Wonderfully loc a ted $139,500 private well, plenty of home. Large kitchen bath on 1.98 acres. extras in this home. Broker, SRES, MLS 4bdrm/2bath 1755 sq. room to park toys and with oak, new dishh ome with a c o m - 201208272 Powell Butte c ustom H exagon sha p e d Also equipped with a GRI, CDPE ft. mfd. home on 1.27 manding view of Mt. built home o n 20 have animals. NO washer just installed. great room has lots of full hook-up RV area 541-383-4344 Juniper Realty, CCB R's or HOA, easy Home is very spa- acres. Living rm, fam- Jefferson and the sur- 541-504-5393 acres, 1652 sq. ft. 3 windows to enjoy the and a l a rge s hop. rounding area. Beaubdrm, 2 bath, dbl. ga views. 1,600 sq ft ga a ccess t o Ben d , cious with large front ily rm, dining area & Redmond or Sisters. d eck a n d pat i o . utility rm. Large 2 car tiful well kept home $265,000 Home with rage. $298,500. MLS r age/shop with R V $289,900 MLS¹ 201204040 arage. Sold as is. with spacious rooms. One-of-a-kind p r op201301732 $170,000 MLS Huge 72x60 Shop door. L a n dscaped, Call Kerry at 65,900. 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• Build your dream home on 17.83 acres • Level lot nearly twice the size of most in The Highlands • Located in the prestigious Highlands at Broken Top • Direct access to hiking/biking trails • Conveniently close to town MLS¹201301178
Call Deb Tebbs Group, Brokers j 541-419-4553 Deb Tebbs Group I Like us on8
i • 56856 Enterprise Dr. ¹D5 ' MLS¹201209343
Call Greg Barnwell, Broker j 541-848-7222 www.gregsellscentraloregon.com
• Just listed — 10 acre estate!
• 5 beds, 6 baths, 6147 SF • Master suite includes gas FP, cedar walk-in closet & Jacuzzi tub • Main level features coffered ceilings & mahogany core doors • Floor to ceiling windows maximize Cascade Mtn. views • Large family room downstairs plus wine & theater room MLS¹201302914
Talk to Ron, "Your Rural Property Specialist"
Call Deb Tebbs Group, Brokers( 541-419-4553
Call Ron Davis, Principal Broker f 541-480-3096
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Beautiful Deschutes River Lot ~ $99,900 • Three Rivers South • Approx. 1.60 acres • Bonus Mt. Bachelor view • Well and Septic • Well maintained gravel
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• 54653 Silver Fox Dr. MLS¹201209514
Call Greg Barnwell, Broker j 541-848-7222
SUNRIVER 16869 Downey Rd. ~ $174,900
SUNRIVER 9 Mt. HOOd Lane, Sunriver ( $319,000
• 3 bdrm, 2 bath, plus office • 1695 SF w/open floor plan • .57 acre lot with RV parking • Fenced yard w/sprinkler system • His & Her closets in master
• Surrounded by recreational activities MLS ¹201209322
183 Treed Acres ( $350,000
9 Trophy — Sunriver Resort
• Nicely treed • Zoned F2 with DR overlay
• Excellent lot and location near Ft. Rock Park • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1442 SF • Rock fireplace •Largedeckwithhottub • 2-car garage
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Call Kelly Winch, Broker ( 541-390-0398
Call Ken Renner, Principal Broker j 541-280-5352
6 Whistling Swan - Sunriver ~ $389,500
28 Fremont Crossing ~ $439,000
16 Nine lron Lane- Sunriver ~ $535,000
• 3 BD/2.5 BA, 1653 SF
the river • Large deck with hot tub • Perfectly maintained
• Open floor plan MLS¹201208294
Caldera Springs, and Sunriver
Call Jordan Haase, Principal Broker j 541-420-1559
• Great location close to
• Close to Crosswater,
• Exceptional location, very short distance to SHARCand Sunriver Village Built in 2004, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths (2 masters) • Open floor plan, 2215 SF • Deck with hot tub • Excellent furniture pkg, avail. MLS¹201203762
• 3 BD/3 BA, 2228 SF • Located on the 15th hole of the Woodlands Golf Course • Single level • Open great room • Granite countertops
• Two master suites
Call Dan Cook PC, Broker j 541-280-5303
Call Kelly Winch, Broker j 541-390-0398
Call Keith Petersen PC, Broker j 541-815-0906
• Timeless Elegance • Expansive golf course view • Custom built in 1992 • Well appointed features • Spacious outdoor living, hot tub • Abundant windows, light & bright • Quiet cul-de-sac, 1/3 acre lot
Call Myra Girod, Principal Broker j 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker j 541-788-6767
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Midtown Charmer l $185,000
Call Sue Price, Broker l 541-408-7742
Charming Cottage on OchocoReservoir l $290,000
• Have your very ovm vacation cottage on OchocoReservoir • A Private dock is moored on beach • Adorable 2 bed, 2 bath homehas upper & lower decksthat take advantage of beautiful views • The .22 acre lot is fenced andhas auto sprinklers. Storageshedfor toys, Horseshoepit • Large established trees for shade & privacy. Whygo anywhereelse?
• 3bd/2 5 bathloft & officearea • Open design w/spaciouscook's kitchen
• Largeopenkitchen w/updated
• Generousmasteron mam
• Neighborhood of lovely homes/great location • Pristine condition, won't last long!
MLS¹201207875 Call Myra Girod, Principal Broker l 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Brokerl 541-788-6767
Call Chris Sperry, Principal Broker l 541-749-8479 www.chrissperry.com
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• Living room is light & bright with a bay window • Fully fenced backyard and landscaped front MLS¹201302410
acres w/surrounding wildlife. • Includes half interest in private well
Call Bobby Lockrem, Broker l 541-480-2356
NW Redmond l $255,000
• Oversizedfinished 2-cargarage
TPv' x+ !'i. ',E 4+P:w be autiful river & Cascade views %Pg1~$'~'; cPP: o Enjoythe privacy of 2.3 treed
• Close to shops, parks • Mid-town convenience MLS¹201301561
Call Greg Yeakel, Principal Broker l 541-408-7733
• Located between Redmond & Eagle Crest on 67th St. • Perched on the bluff with
• Great investment / • Mountain views
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River & Mtn. View Small Acreagel $159,000
• 3 bed, 1 bath, 1140 SF • Large fenced backyard
• 5 acre homesite •Offe rs357'ofhigh bank Deschutes River waterfront -' p~..z • Unobstructed Cascade Mountain views • Private well, septic tank, power installed • Seller terms available
Highly successful bar/ restaurant together with strip mall on Hwy 97. Please call for details Kelly Horton
• 8 weeks/year or trade with RCB quality • 2bedroom, 2.5bath Loftfraction • Travertine floors, rock fireplace • Sleeps 6 • All new appliances • Full sized kitchen • Murphy bed offers additional • Excellent rental OEVENTN sleeping room MOUNTAIN income • Very comfortable w/balcony MLS¹201208552 views of forest & river MLS¹ 201107707 Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist
Mid-Town Bend ( $142,000
5 Acre DeschutesWaterfront Homesite l $127,500
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Lovely Home On Deschutes Riverl $285,000 • 4 bdim, 2 bath w/beautiful river views from the balcony • This homeboasts vaulted ceilings, knotty pine cabinetsandtile Fireplace • River Meadows features paved paths, pool, tennis, river frontage and surrounded byNational Forest.
Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker l 541-508-9581
Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker l 541-508-9581
One-of-a-Kind Tetherow Homesitel $375,000 •Expansiv e,one acre homesite • Elevated, overlooking ¹3, ¹4, ¹5 & ¹6 fairways • Fabulous mountain, water, and terrain views
• Unique site offering exceptional privacy
• Gated area — end of cul-de-sac • Original price $710,000.
• Views from Bachelor to Mt. Jefferson on one of the few remaining custom home sites on Awbrey Butte • Gentle slope with large old growth pines • Open and spacious • Westerly views - beautiful sunsets • Offering includes complete set of custom home plans. A must see! MLS¹201301017
• To be built by R.D. Building & Design • Quality 1862 SF home
Vintage Bungalow in the heart of Sistersl $389,000
features a main level master & den • Close to schools, medical
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• Featuring a great room concept, wood floors, designer carpet & tile and quality stainless appliances • Flexibility with design 8i finishes depending on stage of construction.
•4 bedrooms,2 fullbaths,2564 SF • Inviting living room w/gas fireplace • Kitchen w/marble countertops • Dining areaw/French doors • Large fenced yard . Detached I-car garage MLS¹201302337
Call Judy McCombs, Brokerl 541-390-1411 jmccombsbend@gmail,com
Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist
Silvia Knight, Broker ABR, SFR, GREENl 541-788-4861
Call Carol Osgood BE Korren Bower, Broker l 541-504-3839
Custom Log Home l $425,000
972 Briarwood in Tanglewood l $430,000
Custom Home 5th Fairway l $439,700
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• Well established & desirable SE neighborhoodconvenient to shopping and LarkspurTrail • Wonderfulcul-de.saclocation and large yard • 2500+ SF,4 bedrooms+main ioop zien • Kitchen is light & spacious open to dining area & great room,55 appliances,granite, hardwoodffocvs • Triple tandem0/5 garage,RVparking
Call Brian Ladd, Brokerl 541-408-3912
Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker l 541-508-9581
• Located in the Wild Rivercommunity w/private access to the Deschutes River andforest serviceland • 2759 SF,3+caigarage & shop • Hand scribed log homebyTreehouse • Main floor masterwith en-suite bath
• Large woodburningfireplace with
real stone • Priced well below replacementcost! ' wwwbendpropertysouzce.com/listings
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Westside Charmer l $550,000
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entry,3-caigarage ' , • Huge deck w/hottub overlookingthe mightyDeschutesRiver- Majesticbeautyi
Call Chris Sulak, Broker l 541-350-6164 chrissulakObendbroadband.com
Terrebonne Custom Home On Acreagel $595,000 • 2897 SF Home, 3bed, 2.5 bath
• Beautiful 3/4 acre pine treed lot
• 3400 SF, 3-car garage • Hugebonus/famil y room • Formal living Ik dining, 3 fireplaces
• Quality finishes; wood f oops, Silestone countertops
• l.andscaped,paveddrive, Cascade Mountainviews
• One owner home w/lots of extras • Wonderful decking, private backyard w/water feature • Very popu arlocation! 1684 NW City View
• 4.7 acres fencedwith irrigation • Large shop with room for RV • Guest quarters MLS¹201300375
Call Sue Price, Broker l 541-408-7742
Call Mary Stratton, Broker l 541-419-6340
Desert Valley Group l 541-923-1376
• 3106 SF SINGLELEVEL • 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 994 SF enclosed courtyard • Wonderful natural light • 1200+ SF garage • .5 acre lot on the 13th fairway -Rivers Edge GC • Call for your private tour!
• You'll be on apermanent vacation the
• Custom wood cabinets & built-ins • Covered deck, expansive views • One level, great room, oak floors • Oversized 2-car garage • Enjoy abundant wildlife
• Prepare to be wowed! • 3700 IMMACULATESFloaded with upgrades • 3 bedrooms, 4 full baths, office, hobby/playroom off kitchen • 20x20 ft. bonus room & beautiful master suite • Large custom kitchen is a chef's delight •Common areasurrounds home on 2 sides • 1800 SF of storage under the house • Beautifully landscaped with 50' water feature • Call Sue for list of all exceptional features
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Deschutes River Frontage! $520,000
• 3 BR/2.5 BA, 2036 SF
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Equestrian Meadows l $785,000 • Open floor plan for entertaining
• 3 beds, 4 baths, 4302 SF • Wrap-around porch • Mountain views
• 15.5 acres w/8.6 ac irrigation • 50x60 Moniter style barn • 40x50 heated shop w/auto lift • Turn key in and out MLS ¹201302301
Rod Hatchell, Broker l 541-728-8812
• 2860 SF, 3 bdrm, den, loft • Main floor master suite with patio • Huge lot w/gas firepit backing to common space • Call for a private showing anytime • For a full video walkthrough please visit htt:I/bendpropertysource.com/listings MLS¹201209235
Great for entertaining
Private setting, borders BLM Separate entrance for home
office Formal dining/living, chef's kitchen
Call Mary Stratton, Broker l 541-419-6340
Luxury Single Level in Broken Topl $1,150,000
Call Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086
Desert Valley Group l 541-923-1376 l www.desertvalleygroup.com
• 51 acres, 31 acres of Tumalo Irrigation • 2524 SF country home, 3 bed, 2.5 bath • Indoor arena 72'x168' • Horse barn w/29 stalls, tack room, wash rack • Additional mare barn, 10 stalls with runs • Shop • Guest quarters MLS¹291298851
• One level with upstairs guest suite and private office • Privacy with southern exposure • Bonus & exercise room • 3 car garage w/shop area MLS¹ 201202864
• 5 bedroom, 4 baths, 5116 sq. ft. • Overlooking Broken Top's 12th fairway and green
Call Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086
Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086
• Overlooking 10th fairway & green • Custom home completely remodeled in 2004-05 by Melrose Construction • Kathy & Karol Niemi interior plan/design with quality BE detail - 4476 SF • 5 bed, 5.5 bath, main level master • Great room design. Wonderful indoor and outdoor living spacious, quiet cul-desac location MLS¹ 201206249
Just minutes to medical, shopping, RI schools Single level, open great room
Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086
This Property Has It All l $849,900
• Brand new single level 3 bedroom, 3.5 baths, built by Timberline Construction & designed by Jim Tebbs Design Group • Seamless integration of indoor and outdoor space, open floor plan • Private courtyard and covered back patio w/mountain views • Energy efficient Earth Advantage • A flex room & study allow for maximum versatility MLS¹201208865
Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912
• Built by TimberlineConstruction and designed byChristian Gladu DesignGroup • Sltuated to take advantag of westernviews Ikmaximize '.~i"'!, I<~' outdoor living areaandto take advantage of passivesolar gains &wonderful CascadeMtn. views • Interior organizedaroundcentral living areathat visually connectsthe living, diningandkitchenwhile creating tertiary exterior living spaces • Currently underconstruction andslated to becomplete in June2013 I I OI « MLOIOOIOOIOOI
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• Brasada Ranch • 5400 SF on flat .75 acre!
• 5 fireplaces! • Green built, efficient solar system • Finely crafted Gary Norman built custom • Stunning finishes • Unobstructed mountain views MLS¹201207027
Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist
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19321 SW Brookside Way
• Built by R.D. Building & Design • Quality 1641 SF single level home • Close to schools, shopping & medical facilities • This home features a greatroom concept, wood floors, designer carpet & tile, quality stainless appliances • Move-in ready!
• West Hills contemporary home in the pines • 3180 SF on a double lot
•N W chaletstyle nestled into the hillside with spectacular mountain views •Priv atebackyardwithsunny southern exposure • Beautifully maintained and loaded w/upgrades
• Contemporary floor plan and finishes
•4 bedroom, 3 bathsplusden/of fice • Oversized double car garage w/shop area & ample storage •N ear Natio nalforest,on the way to M t.Bacheloryetso close to downtown Bend MLS¹201301399
• Water features, inside and out • Mature old growth pine trees, beautiful landscaping. Must see!
Lfsted by John Taylor/Sllvia Knight, Brokers 541-480-0448 i 541-788-4861
Call Shelly Swenson, Broker i 541-408-0086 I
Call Robin Yeakel, IIrokerrCRS i 541-408-0406
Call Joanne McKee, Brokeri 541-480-5159
Resort Properties Specialist
• Minutes from downtown Bend, the Deschutes River, on the way to Mt. Bachelor these townhomes allow you the time to enjoy where you live • Unsurpassed views of the Cascades & Tetherow Golf Course • Select from one or two story floor plans • Open with vaulted ceilings and ease of living design • High end quality, energy efficient and exquisitely finished
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3475 NW Denali Lane, Bend • 3542 SF,0.25 acres, great
Bachelor Village • Perfect primary home, vacation home or
• 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 3-car garage • Master on main, full guest
vacation rental • Close to historic
suite upstairs •Openfloorplan,sunny bonus room •Spaciousdeck,beautifulfeatures • Adjacent lot is also for sale to ensure privacy
downtown and Old Mill District • Enjoy tennis, pool, hot tubs, hiking and biking trails MLS¹201301803
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• Beautiful single level /i • Gourmet kitchen will inspire your culinary gifts • Perfect for endless entertaining inside & out • Outdoor retreat has expansive deck, views, water feature • 3 bedroom, 4 bath, family/media room, 3285 SF MLS¹201300744
(4622 SF) • Perfect for entertaining or
casual family living • Great room, family room, theater, den • Beautiful treed flat.44 acre lot • Overlooking 4th tee box MLS¹201209136
Hosted by Erika Stratton-Sanzone, Brokeri 541-280-8388 Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSi 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist I
Call Laura Blossey, Brokeri 541-323-4809
Listed by The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team, Brokersi
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• 3 bed, 3.5 bath, family & den, 3190 SF MLS¹201301557 M
19337 Golden Lake Ct.
61836 Red Meadow Ct.
• Striking single level home • Great room living, light 8c bright • Spectacular kitchen, top-of-the-line appliances • Impressive master suite • 3 bed, 3 bath, 2485 SF MLS¹201301397
• On 10th fairway
• Stunning NW style ¹c quality • Newer custom home by Artisan Homes • Single level living with bonus room up • Great room floor plan w/bedroom separation • Beautiful high end features ¹c upgrades MLS¹201302661
• Exquisite finish work
w/boxed beams, crown mouldings artistic wrought iron & amazing stone work • Fantastic great room, family room & bonus room
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• 55149 Forest Lane • 3 bed, 2 bath, 1224 SF "=. . • Very comfortable home for weekend getaways or full time living in the woods • Desirable development • Close to the Big Deschutes MLS¹201206233
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• NEW neighborhood close-in NE Bend • Quality-built Kinzer Construction • Beautiful main floor master suites • Upgrades; hand-textured walls, knotty alder trim, stainless appliances • Desirable Ponderosa School
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Call David Holland, Principal Broker i 541-306-1649 www.BendLiving.com
7 Muskrat Lane, Sunriver ~ $229,000
62906 Bilyeu Way ( $308,000
• Cute Sunriver cabin
• 2600 SF • Great home w/master on main ' •Loftplushuge bonusroom • Large.23 acre lot • Greenhouse • Raised beds MLS¹201302640
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• 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
• 2 BD/2 BA, 1090SF • New furnace, windows & roof • Excellently located near SHARC • 2 decks, carport ' MLS¹201209274
• Custom built in 2007 • 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath • Game room with wet bar • Gourmet kitchen • Hickory fjoors • Great rental or primary residence MLS¹201303112
• 5 acre, treed, mountain view setting • Quality neighborhood, end of road privacy • 2400 SF,3 bdrm, 3 bath,log accenthome • Main level master w/His & Hers baths & closets • Permitted guest house, hobby shop, RV barn, horse shelter
Call Judl Heln, Broker i 541-408-3778
Call Kelly Winch, Broker i 541-390-0398
Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO
Call Ron Davis, Princlpal Broker i 541-480-3096
541-480-4186 i melanieOmelaniemaitre.com
Ready for Summer! ~ $430,000
19570 Brookside Way ) $339,900
Luxury Townhomes ~ Offered from $434,750
West Side Park-like Setting ( $479,000
• 4 bed, 2.5 bath, 2420SF
• 9 Sparks Lane —unri S ver • 4 bdrms/4 baths, 2150 SF • Furnishings included •Lotsofcommon areaoutback • 2 bdrms downstairs, 2 up
• Granite tile in kitchen
• Butler's pantry • Rich, dark hardwoods • Oversized 2-car garage w/extra shop space •Easyaccessto hiking/biking trails MLS¹201302939
• 2-car garage - attached '- 'B.x MLS¹201302765
Call Mike Sullivan, Principal Broker i 541-350-8616 www.sunriverDEALS.com• mike©sunriverDEALS.com
Awbrey Glen - 2549 NW Champion Circle J$489,900
650 NW Broken Arrow • Desirable community of
river views. + Two distinct Westside communities • Offering one ¹c two story
floor plans 2-4 b d , i.i-i.i i • 1960-2956 SF
• 1904 SF lodge style home • Upstairs loft can be studio or 3rd bedroom • Wrap-around deck to enjoy the sound of the river
Judy McCombs & Shelly Swanson, Brokersi 888-274-2317
Call Bryan Hilts, Broker i 541-771-3200
Perfect Location ~ $640,000
Deschutes Riverview Propertyf $997,000
Tuscan-Style with Mt. Views/ $1,325,000
64885 McGrath Road Bend &Redmond • 4bdrm, 3bath 3458SFw/main level living • Gorgeousnewquartz counter tops & -
SS appliances in large kitchen • New carpet,lovely landscapedyard, decks, hot tub,waterfeature
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1985 NW Perspective Dr. • 24" TurkisTrav h ertine tile floors • Mexican Canterastonefireplaces/hood
20217 Sawyer Reach Ct. • River views from nearly everyroom • Rich-toned oakhardwoodfloors
• Perfect location between
Call Shelly Swanson, Broker i 541-408-0086 Call Judy McCombs, Broker i 541-390-1411
Call Sean Barton, Brokeri 541-306-7669
• Situated on .86 acres on one of the largest homesites in AwbreyGlen • Home offers privacy & a convenient location within the community • Large view windows embrace the
High Desert Landscape from many areas in the home. • Recemly updated with beautiful hard wood floors, high endEuropean pellet stove & energy efficient water heater
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Call Natalle Vandenborn, Broker i 541-508-9581
Call Ken Renner, Principal Broker i 541-280-5352
Call Ken Renner, Principal Broker i 541-280-5352
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River Frontage on Little 1325 Cheryl Dr. Pos 320 Acres of p rivateCascade Mou n tain Powell Butte I Deschutes River. 6+ sible owner carry, 1 property. This could views!! Close to the $169,000 acres with 300 ft. of acre, $19,900. High be horse property or entrance of the • 19.62 acres riverfront on the little Lakes Realty & Prop has many other uses. Ranch. Great flat 6.2 • Beautiful Cascade D eschutes Riv e r . erty Man a gement Property is mostly flat acre lot. Flat & treed Mountain views Views of Mt. Bachelor, 541-536-0117 and has some partial for privacy. Build your • Gently sloped property South Sister & B rofencing by others. Call dream home or your • MLS 201205095 ken Top. Nadine Ash, 5 Acre corner lot. Near county to see all the vacation h i d eaway.Carolyn Priborsky, P.C public land 8 r i ver. potential this property Enjoy the wonderful Broker 541-390-4017 Broker, ABR, CRS Level fo r b u i lding. h as t o o ff er . H a s golf course and all the John L. 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Scott Real 541-815-8000 classifieds online voir if you like to fish Estate 541-548-1712 MORRIS Crooked River Realty or boat. $2 8 9 ,000 www.bendbulletin.com REAL ESTATE Cascade Views in TerMLS 20 12 0 8 143. y dp d l yO d d yy p d Updated daily rebonne. $192,500 Lot 21 SW Chipmunk 541-536-1731 Breathtaking views, De- Prineville I $99,000 R d. in C RR . 5. 1 6 Cascade Realty, Rivers Edge Village I schutes River Can- • 2.04 acres acre, community wa 541-536-1731 $80,000 yon, and farming val- • Cascade Mountain ter installed. $74,700 • .47 acre lot ley below, 5 usable views MLS 201300800 32.42 Acres in Urban • Golf Course & eastwith well Ideal • Crooked River views Juniper Realty, Growth Bou n dary, acres ern views building site with un- • MLS 2704850 541-504-5393 Adjacent t o The • Easy access to Hwy v iew s JJ Jones, Broker Greens, kitty corner to o bstructed 97 RV lot grandfathered-in, new Ridgeview High MLS¹201205208 541-610-7318 • MLS 201204299 Gail Day 541-306-1018 come camp or build School. 541-788-3678 $59 9 ,000. Central Oregon Realty Jerry Stone, Broker your dream h ome. MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 541-390-9598 Septic/Power/ Water. Pam Lester, Principal Group, LLC $57,900 B roker, Century 2 1 TURN THE PAGE MLS¹201207367 Gold Country Realty, Cg Linda Lou Day- Wright, Inc. 541-504-1338 For More Ads MORRIS Broker, 541-771-2585 The Bulletin REAL ESTATE MORRIS Crooked River Realty 4 .38 Acre v i e w l o t l&p & ly O d d Op d REAL ESTATE backs BLM, Cascade Crooked River Ranch $48,900, 1-acre. Moun- mtn & S m ith R o ck IM~ d ly O d dOp d Land Listings Tumalo I $275,000 tain views. views. Corner lot, ap- 16535 SW Chinook Dr • 5 acre parcel MLS¹201206664 Shevlins Commons proved for standard • Cascade Mountain 5.68 acres, River Call Linda Lou septic. $199,000. MLS Lot I $239,000 views, owner will views Day-Wright, Broker, • .25 acre lot ¹2809381 Pam carry. $225,000 MLS • Flat lot with CUP 541-771-2585 • Cascade Mountain Lester, Principal Bro• MLS 201200062 201106408 Crooked River Realty view ker, Century 21 Gold 16685 SW Chinook Dr Cathy Del Nero, Broker • Close to Shevlin Park Country Realty, Inc. 6.9 acres, River 541-410-5280 Lot 1200 Beal Road. 40 541-504-1338 • MLS 201301093 views, all utilities inacres surrounded by Don Kelleher, Broker stalled, owner carry. BLM. $89,900. High 52261 Stearns - Gor 541-480-1911 $189,000 MLS Lakes Realty & Prop geous acre, owner 201008671 erty Man a gement carry, $34,000. High 16160 SW Dove Rd MORRIS 541-536-0117 Lakes Realty & Prop 6.1 acre corner lot, REAL ESTATE erty Man a gement Mtn. views, near DesI dp d lyO d d Op d Lot 22 SW Chipmunk 541-536-0117 MORRIS chutes river. $99,500 Rd. CRR. 5.19 acres, MLS 201205646 REAL ESTATE level lot, Mtn views. 7825 SW River Road. Lot 18 SW Quail Rd Tick, Tock I&p d ty O d da p d $69,000 MLS 5.030 acres, canyon 5.15 acres, rim lot, 201106095 views, septic & power Mtn 8 Smith rock Tick, Tock... The Highlands at BroJuniper Realty, o n l ot . $84, 9 0 0 ken top, 10 a cres, views. $79,900 541-504-5393 ...don't let time get MLS¹201300989 Call Juniper Realty gated, private well, Melody Curry 541-504-5393 away. Hire a utilities at lot, applica- 5 acres adjoins public tion for cap-fill septic. land over Deschutes 541-771-1116. professional out CRR. 12770 NW Dove MLS River. Short walk to Crooked River Realty $535,000. Rd 5.12 acres, Mtn of The Bulletin's ¹ 201200937. Pam river. $ 7 4 ,900 views, all utilities in7965 SW River Rd in Lester, Principal Bro- MLS¹201102328 "Call A Service Call stalled. $96,500 MLS CRR. 2.79 acres, near ker, Century 21 Gold Linda Lou Day-Wright 20120135 Professional" the Deschutes River. Country Realty, Inc. Broker, 541-771-2585 Juniper Realty, $49,000 MLS Directory today! 541-504-1338 541-504-5393 Crooked River Realty 201009429 Juniper Realty, Lot 16 SW Shad Rd 775 Three Rivers South I $ 89,900 - Y O U C A N 541-504-5393 2.7 acres,Mt. Jeffer$19,950 Manufactured/ SEE FOREVER from • 1 acre, level lot son 8 S m ith R ock t his b e autifully e l Call The Bulletin At Mobile Homes views. $78,500 MLS • Build your dream reevated 2 acre build 541-385-5809 201208266 treat ing site above the De Snowberry Village ¹98 Juniper Realty, • Deschutes River & schutes River canyon. Place Your Ad Or E-Mail REDUCED $78,000 541-504-5393 National Forest At: www.bendbulletin.com Unsurpassed v iews • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. • MLS 201208695 into the river canyon, NW Bend [ $495,000 • 1404 sq. ft. 1999 SilJim Moran, Broker Cascades and farm B are r a n g e lan d . • 40 acres vercrest 541-948-0997 land, paved road, sep Fenced and only 18 • Tumalo Creek flows • Vaulted ceilings - demiles from Madras. tic approved. through property signer colors MLS¹201207148 Call T here are 2 w a t e r• Borders National For- • Gas heat and A/C. ElNancy Popp, Broker, wells - neither of est evated corner lot which are being used. • MLS 201209443 541-815-8000 nice views Electricity is to one of MORRIS Crooked River Realty Craig Long, Broker • Attached 2-car gathem. Mostly gentle 541-480-7647 REAL ESTATE rage + shop area 13601 SW Canyon Dr s lope w i t h bet t e r • Front deck and rear IM~ d l yO d da p d 1.13 acres in CRR, Mt grass on the steeper patio views, land. 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Suntree Village ¹210 Snowberry Village ¹ 6 20780 Livingood Way. Snowberry Village ¹55 $48,900 $86,000 - 3 b e d $96,300. Brand new 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath, 1296 • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, rooms, 2 baths, 1566 2013 home. 3 bdrm, 2 sq.ft., 1 99 4 S i l ver1848 sq. ft. sq f t Silv e rcrest bath. Features great c rest. Lots o f w i n • 1994 Fleetwood, large Upgrades - newer room design with very dows & vaulted ceilgarage & shop paint inside & out and large open kitchen. ings. All appliances • Living room & family newer carpet. Huge Walk-in pantry, lots of included. FA heat and room kitchen w it h i s l and tile, Conan center ish eat p u mp , A/ C . • Open floor plan, lots of and sunny breakfast land, stainless appliNicely l a n dscaped, windows area. Enclosed back ances, large master r eat r e a r yar d . • 1 year AHS Warranty deck a n d Pn v a te bath with soaking tub 52,500 Marilyn Roincluded backyard, and walk-in all t i le haly, Broker Call Marilyn R ohaly, Call Manlyn Rohaly shower. Designer col- 541-322-9954 Broker, 541-322-9954 Broker, 541-322-gg54 ors and window cov- John L. Scott John L. Scott Real John L. Scott Real erings. Landscaped Real Es t a te, B e nd Estate, Bend Estate, Bend and fenced with large www.johnlscott.com www.JohnLScott.com www.JohnLScott.com attached garage. Suntree Village ¹127 Cascade Village Snowberry Village ¹70 2 0748 V a lentine S t . Priced to sell $32,900! Homes N.W. LLC $69,500 $54,900 Cute 3 bdrm, Charming exc. cond. 541-388-0000 • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 ba t h , upd a t ed 3B/2B, 1322 sf, new attached 2-car garage kitchen & bath, new ext/int paint, Pergo in • 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil- carpet & t i le , n i ce FACTORY SPECIAL kitchen, Irg. front yard New Home, 3 bdrm, vercrest covered front deck 8 w/deck. A must see! $46,500 finished • Large l iving room, large back yard with Call Lynda W a lsh, on your site. dining area deck. Spotless and J and M Homes broker, 541-410-1359 • Vaulted c e i lings, like new. 541-548-5511 Prudential NW Sunny windows Cascade Village Properties • FA heat 8 heat pump Homes N.W. LLC lyndawalsh © prunw.com LOT MODEL (A/C) 541-388-0000 LIQUIDATION • Front porch and large 780 2 0769 V a lentine S t . Prices Slashed Huge back deck Mfd./Mobile Homes Savings! 10 Year Call Marilyn R ohaly, $55,500 This beauticonditional warranty. with Land Broker, 541-322-9954 ful home sits on a John L. Scott Real g reeenbelt lo t w i t h Finished on your site. ONLY 3 LEFT! forever views from the 5 ACRES with mounEstate, Bend 541-548-5511 tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 www.JohnLScott.com wrap-around decking JandMHomes.com & living room. 2 bed, 2 b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , Snowberry Village ¹55 36x40 shop, fenced, bath, n ic e k i t chen $52,500 w/large adjoining River Frontage on Little irigated, ext. sprinkler • 2 bedrooms, 2 baths Riv e r . system. $2 7 9 ,000. laundry room & pan- D eschutes • 1296 sq. ft., 1994 Sil- try. Th e o v e rsized 2002 MFD home .98 MLS 2809225. Pam vercrest acres w/garage/shop, Lester, 541-504-1338 garage has • Lots of w i ndows 8 double room for 2 cars 8 ex- water feature, fire pit, C entury 2 1 , Go l d vaulted ceilings County Realty storage too. Many green house. N ew • All appliances are in- tra other features make flooring - t r avertine, cluded tile, doors lights sinks, a great buy. The Bulletin's • FA h eat a nd h eat- this Cascade Village paint 8 MORE! Call "Call A Service pump/A/C for details! $136,900 Homes N.W. LLC • Nicely landscaped, 541-388-0000 www.johnlscott.com/4 Professional" Directory great rear yard! is all about meeting 3235 Lisa McCarthy, Call Marilyn R ohaly, Look at: Broker 541-419-8639 yourneeds. Broker, 541-322-9954 Bendhomes.com John L. Scott John L. Scott Real Call on one of the Real Estate, Bend for Complete Listings of Estate, Bend www.johnlscott.com professionals today! Area Real Estate for Sale www.JohnLScott.com
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Beneath a slate andsteel roof, with walls constructed of handcrafted stucco and old tumbled stone, 200 year-old reclaimed Europeanoak flooring. Dramatic ceilings in living areas, accented with original European oak beams. 1306 sq. It, garage. Purchase includesgolfmembership. Direct ions:Pronghorn Gate entry,rightPronghorn Estate Dr.Io Watercourse Way, iphd P ' ppy.dydddll i p ' P y. Hosted 8 Listed By:Mary Leagjeld, CI5, ABR,GRI,CDP• 541.480-8800
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Walk, bike, enjoy living in downtown Bend. Completely restored, ready to move right in. Stunning bungalow. Main level living, large Iot w/CN zoning. Light filled with wonderful old stone patio cherry & apple trees, lots of storagespace.Not in the Historical District. Includesall state-of-the-art appliances andfront porch swing! Direct ions:tu thecornerofCongress& StateSt,232 NW CongressSt.
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Hosted 8 ListedBy: KarenMalanga, CDPE,CSP,COBA • 54!.390-3326
CRAFTSMAN FOUR BEDROOM
SERVINGBEND, REDMOND, SISTERS, SUNRIVER, TUMALO & LAPINE
Gorgeous newly constructed home in Northwest Crossing. This 4 bedroom/3.5 bath home has mahoganycabinets, oak floors, custom crafted mantle & railings, solid corecraftsman style doorsNid much more.A true beauty! Directions:Iri Northwest Crossing. Mt. Washington Dr. Io NIV Iolo. 2176 Ntty Lolo Drive. HosfedBy:AnnWilis, Broker • 541.3I2-6908
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Listed By:TheBuccola Group
Downtown BendO431 NW Franklin Ave.
AWBREY GLEN BEAUTY! Lovely 2536 sq. ft. Prairie style in Awbrey Glen Golf Community. 5 bdrms, 2.5 baths, oA'ice, bonus room, master on the main, gourmet kitchen, corner lot, oversized garage. Directions:Mi. Washington Dr. Io mainAwbrey Glenentrance. Left at clubhouse on Champion Circle, right on StrathWay. 2653 NW Strath ttyay. Hostedand LisredBy: Jeanne Turner, GRI,C!5 • 541.420-4600
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GREAT BUY ON AWBREY BUTTE • 4113/sq.ft. 4BR/3.5 BA on 1.21 Acres.
• Stunning remodel with Brazilian cherry flooringslate/tile accents • Delightful kitchen w/maple cabinetry, tile coun-
• Attractive Northwest architecture is featured throughoutthis home.
ters, upscale appliances • Spacious open beam living, with master on main level, bonus room • Large 0.50/AC. parcel with mature pines, enter-
• Log accents, superb kitchen with granite tiling/ new stainless high end appliances • Spacious floor plan that opens to great room living, master on main.
Hosted & Listed by: John Schimmo/ler, Broker gi „
Your Host: Steve Wright, Broker
Your Host: Dave Dunn, Broker
Bend'd mOSt belOVed neighbOrhOOdS!
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fireplace in master bath. • Wood-wrapped cathedral style windows overlooks your large manicured backyard, covered porch ayyd expansive decking. • Attention to detail at every angle of this wonderful Awbrey Butte home.
tain from the huge deck w/pergola • Aii this and Rv/Boat parking in King Hezekiah,
Master aiid deii on main, 3 additional bedrooms arrd large bonus loft upstairs. ! Home features hardwood and tile floors, granite, under and over cabinet lighting, extra windows for lots of natural light, huge deck with built-in seating, vaults and ~ muchmore! ". Directions:South ori Brookswood, right on Lodgepole, right on Kepler, right on Herschel Ct. 19833 Herschef Ct. Hosted8 Listed By:Rhianna Kunkfer,CSP • 54!.306-0939
BRAND NEW PAHLISCH HOME 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms,den arid a loft! Just built, move-in readyPahlish home on the southside of town. Beautiful homewith lots of nice features including laminate flooring, quartz coumertops, stainlessappliances, gascooking and Areplaceand all the qiralitf Pahlisch is knownfor. Directions:From 3rd St,west oa Badger Rd, left on Parre!I, right on Hiifflepuff. 202GI Ifufffepak Hosted 8 Listed B: Rhianna Kunkfer,CSP • 541.306-0939
Tom Greene,Principal Broker
Gary Everetf, Principal Broker
Dave Dunn, Broker
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• Covered pavilion, soccer/sports field and horse shoe pits. • Beautiful Pine treed neighborhood very close to town.
Your Host: Jason Oderd, Broker
AFFORDABLE 51NGLE FAMILY LIVING iN REDMOND • 1642/sq.ft. 4 BR/2 BA
• Meticulously maintained home w/open great room concept
• New hardwood floors, Stainless appliances, new paint inside and out. • 3-cay garage, solar panels for energy efficiency.
Rv parking. • Backs ydp to umatilla park - nice open feel.
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GATED MT.VIEW PARK COMMUNITY This immaculate property shows pride of ownership. Bright open feei with great master separation. Master has a large walk in closet, and relaxing garden tub. Gas stove keeps this home very warm in the winter time. Plenty of storage in the kitchen, and a large pantry. Yard is very well maintained both front & back. rhe backyard is very private, overlooks community Pooi/hot tub, aydd iSSurrOunded by beautiful flOWer beds, fruit trees, and a veggie garden.
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Your Hosts: Jo Ellen Silva, Broker
Your Host: Ainslie Reynolds, Principal Broker
Jason Oden, Broker
Ainslie Reynolds, Principal Broker
Selena McNei/I, Broker
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OPEN SATURDAY 12-3 i $749,000
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Stunning, I owner, 2007 COBATour Home'"! 4043 sq.ft., 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, quality finishes throughout. Mt Jefferson to SmithRock &city views.
MLS¹201300838 DIRECTIONS: MT.WASHINGTON DRIVETO CONSTELLATION. 1255 CONSTELLATION.
ODETTE ADAIR, BROKER
Recently renovated to preserve its historic character,
COME SEE THIS HOUSE!If you need 3 bedrooms,
2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2593 sq.ft. home, hardwood flooring, Clear Pine Millwork & 2 fireplaces. MLS¹201301793 DIRECTIONS: NW TUMALOAVETO 498 NW BROADWAY
4.5 baths,3485sq.ft. Master suiteonmain leve. Bonusroom.
MLS¹201300652 DIRECTIONS: NEWPORT AVE. TURNS INTOSHEVLIN PARK RD. WEST, NW PARKCOMMONS DR. LEFT,MT.JEFFERSON RIGHT TOMT. SHASTA, FOLLOWSIGNS. 19016 MT. SHASTADR.
541-815-4786 • 541-383-4362
DIANEROBINSON,BROKER , ABR 541-419-8165
MARGODEGRAY, BROKER,ABR, CRS
OPEN SATUR DAY 12-3 i $425,000
OPEN SATUR DAY 12-3 i $409,900
OPEN SATURDAY 11.3:30 I $387,500
4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 3035 sq.ft. townhomenestled in the pine trees, close to the DeschutesRiver Trail.
MLS¹201203181 DIRKTIONS: CENTURYDRTO LEFTAT 7TH MOUNTAIN RESORT,FOLLOWSIGNS TO POINTSWEST(CHIPPER RD) LEFT ON SNAP SHOT.60515 SNAP SHOTLOOP.
ROSEMARY GOODWIN, BROKER ,CERTIFIED NEGOTIATOR 541-706-1897
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MLS¹201300939 DIRECTIONS: HWY 20 WESTTO OLDBEND REDMOND HWY, RIGHTON GLACIERVIEW, RIGHTON JEFFERSON, RIGHTON BACHELOR WAY.64820 BACHELOR WAY
OPENSATURDAY 12-3 i $329,500
Meticulously cared for 3366 sq.ft., 4 bedroom, 3 bath on cul-de-sac. Cook's kitchen for entertaining, double sided fireplace, travertine & granite.
MLS¹201302530 DIRECTIONS:27TH ST,EASTON DARNELIMMEDIATELY SOUTH OF EASTSIDE GARDENS, RIGHTON ULSTSTREETTHEN RIGHT ON DARBY.21222 DARBYCT . WATCH FOROPEN HOUSESIGNS.
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Totally updated home, on the10thfairway. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2354 sq.ft. Gourmet kitchen, lots of storage.
Immaculate single level 1879 sq.ft. on Bend's Westside. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, vaulted ceilings, Pergo floors. Low maintenance, fenced yard.
MLS¹201302083 DIRECTIONS: EAGLE CRESTMAIN ENTRANCE, RIGHT ON MOUNTAIN QUAIL, LEFTON OSPREY. 1947 OSPREYDR.
SYDNE ANDERSON, BROKER,CRS,WCR, CDPE, GREEN 541-420-1 1 11
MARGODEGRAY BROKER, ABR,CRS 541-480-7355
OPENSATURDAY 12-3 I $250,000
OPENSAT& SUN 12-3 I $1 14~ 000
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Trendy professional office in the Old Mill. 3974 SF, large conference room, break room,openfloor plan upstairs, furnishedwith large steelcase partitions, wired high tech!
MLS¹201302108 CALL FOR DIRECTIONS: 306-9646, 548-3598 742 SAGE COUNTRYCOURT
MLS¹201302870 DIRECTIONS:ONEBLOCKWEST OFTHEWILSON ROUNDABOUTON UPPER TERRACE, FOLLOWSIGNS. 333 SW UPPER TERRACE.
JIM & ROXANNECHENEY, BROKERS
541-390-4050 • 541-390-4030
541-548-3598 • 541-306-9646
OPEN SAT2-4 &SUN12-2 I $775,000
OPENSAT12-3 i $375,000
MLS¹201300617 DIRECTIONS:BROOKSWOODTOHOLLYGRAPE, LEFTON SNOWBRUSH. 61062 SW SNOWBR USHDR.
Brand new riverfront home, centrally located between downtown 8
The Old Mill. This is a Mustsee!! Hurry...it will not last!! MLS¹201207905 DIRECTIONS:CENTURYDRTOEAST ON SIMPSON AVE,NORTH ON NW COLUMBIAAVETOCOLUMBIA PARK, TURN ONALLENROAD.
104 NW ALLEN RD.
LISA CAMPB ELL, BROKER 541-419-8900
OPENSAT& SUN11 3 I $61~ 500
OPENSAT& SUN 1-4 I $425,000 • 01 8
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Tumalo Ranch-19.5 acres, 18.5 irrigated. Custom4330 sq.ft. home, I acre vineyard, landscaped, barn, orchard 8 more. Great horse property!
MLS¹201302710 DIRKTIONS:HWY20, EXIT COOKAVEIN TUMALO, RIGHT TO TUMALORD. 64892 SIMONRD.
BRANDONFAIRBANKS, BR OKER,SRES, GRI, CDPE 541-383-4344
OPENDAILY1.4 i $267,900
Unobstructed mountain views! 2203 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, vaulted ceiling, wrap arounddeck. 2.39 acres, pond, underground irrigation, close to BLM. MLS¹201302706 DIRECTIONS:HWY20 EAST,LEFTON POWELLBUTTEHWY, RIGHT ONALFALFAMARKETROAD, RIGHTON DEERTRAIL.
62324 DEER TRAIL ROAD.
THE LASTINGLE GACYOFA SUNRIVERVACATION HOME - $PRICEL ESS MLS¹201302081 DIRECIONS:HWY 97 SOUTH,TAKECOTTONWOOD EXIT, FOLLOWTHROUGHCIRCLE10 WESTTOSILVERFIR, QUICK RIGHTON CATKIN. 6 CATKIN.
3 bedroom, 3 bath, 3163 sq.ft. Custombuilt with walnut hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, media room and private paver patio.
MLS¹201208464 DIRECTIONS:FROMNETHIRDST.EASTON REVERE, NORTHON NE BTHSTREET, EASTON WIESTWAY. 959 NE WIESTWAY.
PATPALAZZI, BROKER 541-771-6996 COREYCHARON, PE BROKER 541-280-5512
NICOLETTE JONES, BROKER 541-241-0432
SUSANAGLI, BROKER, ABR,ALHS& SRES
541-383-4338 • 541-408-3773
OPEN SAT& SUN 11.2 I $251,000
OPENDAILY1-4 I $234,900
OPENDAILY1.4 i $230,500
A park-like setting that backs tothe canal, a big front porch for lazy
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1605 sq.ft., large kitchen,with pantry 8
SE BEND - New 1655 sq.ft. 4 bedroom,2.5 bath. Laminate woodfloors,
summer afternoons, and 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. Two car qaraqe with work area.
cooktop island. Master suite with walk-in closet.
gourmet kitchen with quartz counters. Master suite with doub e vanities& walk-in closet.
II' New construction,2-story, 3bedroom,2.5 bath, 1988 sq.ft. in SEBend. Granite counters, stainlessappliances.
MLS¹201300150 DIRECTIONS:27TH ST.TOWESTON CAPELLA PL. 21178 CAPELLA PL
tvFLS¹201301822 DIRECTIONS: HWY 97 SOUTH,RIGHTON BAKERROAD, LEFTON INDIAN SUMMER. 19337 INDIAN SUMMER ROAD.
DIRE CTIONS;SOUTHHWY97TOEASTONPOWERSRD, SOUTHON BROO KSWOODATROUNDABOUT, EASTONMILLBROOKLN. 61403 SUNBROOK DR.
MLS¹201209504 DIRECTIONS:27THSTTOWEST ON CAPELLA PL, 21174 CAPELLAPL
DEBBIE HERSHEY, BROKER,CRS,GRI 541-420-5170
OPENSUN11.3 & TUES2.6 I $235,000
OPEN SAT11.3 & WED2.6 I $235,000
OPENDAILY1.4 i $224,900
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New construction by SignatureHomeBuilders. 1605 sq.ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced & landscapedfront yard.
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1500 sq.ft. newconstruction Vaulted great room with firep ace. DIRKTIONS:SOUTH3RDSTTOEAST ON MURPHYRD. SOUTHON PARRELLRD, RIGHTONGRANDTARGHEE.
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1500 sq.ft. newconstruction Vaulted great roomwith fireplace. DIRECTIONS:SOUTH3RDSTTOEASTON MURPHYRD. SOUTHON PARR ELLRD, RIGHTONGRAND TARGHEE.
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1500 sq.ft. newconstruction Vau ted great room with fireplace. DIRECTI ONS: SOUTH 3RD STTO EASTON MURPHY RD. SOUTHON PARR ELLRD, RIGHTONGRANDTARGHEE.
60982 GRAND TARGHEEDR.
MLS¹201209509 DIRECTIONS:REEDMARKETTO LEFTON 27THST, LEFT ON CAPELLA, IST HOUSEON THERIGHT. 21194 CAPELLAPL
DON KELLE HER BROKER
JEN BOWEN BROKER I
RAY BACHMAN, BROKER, GRI
Stainless appliances, island, granite counters..
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 I $1,200,000
OPEN SUNDAY 12-3 I $749,000
OPEN SUNDAY 12-3 i $449,000
Mtn.View Park. Gated community with pool, spa 8 pickleball court! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1576 sq.ft. single story with 2-car garage.
Beautiful unique ydesigned for the 1920's era. 3 bedroom,2.5 bath. 4925 sq. ft. Mountain views! Antique mantel, down to crystal door knobs!
Recently renovated to preserve its historic character, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2593 sq.ft. home,hardwood flooring, Clear Pine Millwork 8 2 fireplaces.
3 bedroomtownhomein desirable Widgi Creek- 14 milesto Mt. Bachelor, view of pond 8 golf course.
MLS¹201303030 DIRECTIONS; MT.WASHINGTON DRIVE ATBUTLERMARKET 8 HWY. 97, CONTINUE UNTIL ALEFTTURN ON STARVIEW CONTINUE UNTIL ACOLDWELLBANKERSIGN ON THERIGHT ON THE DOWNHILLSIDE.
MLS¹201301793 DIRECTIONS: NW TUMALOAVETO498 NW BROADWAY INEAR NW IDAHO).
MLS¹201300263 DIRECTIONS: HEADTOWARDMT. BACHELORON CENTURY DR, LEFTON 7TH MTN DR ATWIDGI CREEKGOLF COURSE, 60575 SW 7TH MTN DR.
PATPALAZZI, BROKER 541-771-6996
JUDYMEYERS, BROKER, GRI, CRS,SRES
OPEN SUNDAY 11-1 i $400,000
OPEN SUNDAY1 4 I $355 r000
OPEN SUNDAY 12-3 i $349,000
Quality construction, master on main level.
OPEN SAT& SUN 12.3 I $675,000
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2266 sq.ft., 3 bedroom,2.5 bath inAwbrey Ridge. Cul-de.saclocation close to schoos, park, downtown 8 golf. Backdeck 8 coveredfront porch. MLS¹201302270 DIRECTIONS: WEST ON SHEVLIN PARKRD, RIGHT ON MT. WASHINGTON, LEFT ON NORDICAVE, RIGHT ON RAINBOW RIDGE,LEFTON RAINBOWCT. 2733 NW RAINBOW COURT.
541-383-4359 • 541-896-1263
Bridge CreekTownhomeat Broken Top. 3 bedroomsuites, 3.5 bath, 1846 sq.ft. Easy living with open great room plan 8 large back deck.
MLS¹201302444 DIRECTIONS;CENTURYDR. TO RIGHT ON MT. WASHINGTON DR., LEFT ON METOLIUSDR., 2ND RIGHTONTO METOLIUS DR. 61771 METOLIUSDR. FOLLOWOPEN HOUSESIGNS.
ROSEMARY GOODWIN, BROKER, CERTIFIEDNEGOTIATOR 541-706-1897
River CanyonEstates. 2452 sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath homewith master onmain 8 tons of upgrades. Neighborhood pool, gym 8 tenniscourts.
Single level in AwbreyParkon .69 acre lot. 3100 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3 bath. Open great roomplan, gourmet kitchen, large master suite, theater room.
MLS¹201302055 DIRECTIONS:SOUTHON BROOKSWOODBLVD, LEFTON HOLLYGRAPE,RIGHT ON SNOWBERRYPL 6 1064 SNOWBERRY PLACE.
MLS¹201301907 DIRECTIONS:FROMMTWASHINGTON DRIVETURN RIGHTON YOSEMITEDRIVE, HOMEON LEFT. 928 NW YOSEMITEDRIVE.
CHRISTYHARTMAN-DECOURCEY, BROKER 541-312-7263
SUECONRAD BROKER,CRS 541-480-6621
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LEGAL NOTICE Ironbark, La Pine, OR Notice of Application 9 7739. Oregon D e for Allocation of partment of H uman Conserved Water Services - Estate AdCW-70 ministration Unit, Po Box 14021, On 8/1 1/2011, GreSalem, OR 9 7 309- gory Mohnen, P.O. 5024. The f o llowing Box 2230, Sisters OR, information is given to filed Appl i c ation you as an heir or de- CW-70 under O RS visee of the above- 537.470. The Applinamed decedent who cant proposed to condied at Phoenix, Ari- s erve water by r e zona on N ovember placing approximately 24, 2012. Estate pro- 6,450 feet of conveyceedings in the a nce s y stem w i t h decedent's es t ate, HDPE pipe, eliminatbearing the clerk's file ing water losses. number 1 3 PB0022, h ave b e e n com - This project involved menced and are now 4.0 acres served by pending in the above- the Hurtley Lateral. entitled court wherein The project resulted in t he d ecedent's w i ll the conservation of has been admitted to 0.02 cfs of water from probate. On M a rch Whychus Creek un12, 2013, the underder Certificate 74135 signed was duly ap- with a priority date of pointed and is now 1895. The Applicant serving as personal requests 100% of the representative of the conserved water be estate. Your r i ghts protected i n s t ream may be affected by f rom the P O D o n this proceeding; addi- W hychus Cree k tional information may (River Mile 23.5) to be obtained from the the mouth of W hyrecords of the court, chus Creek. the undersigned personal representative, Any party may proor the attorney for the v ide w r itten c o m personal representa- ments directly related tive. The names and to CW-70 within 20 addresses of the per- days of the last date sonal representative of newspaper publicaand the attorney for t ion, May 4 , 2 0 1 3. the personal repre- Comments should be sentative are: Les ent to A C W P r oonard C. Macy, 14950 g ram, W a te r Re Ironbark, La Pine, OR sources Department, 97739. Jennifer S. 725 Summer Street Wells, PO Box 913, NE, Suite A, Salem, La Pine, OR 97739. O R 97301. Com ORS 113.075 p r oments may be faxed vides that, when a will to 503-986-0903 or e-mailed ACW-queshas been admitted to probate, an y i n ter- email@example.com
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MSRP $25.754. VIN: C9D3294243. Title, lic. 8. doc, and dealer installed options not included.
Power Moonroof. Auto-Dimming Mirror, Rear Vision Camera, Roof Rails. Front Bumper Underguard. Rear Bumper Cover. 7 Passenger
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MSRP $24,588. VIN: D3035287. Title, lic, & doc, and dealer installed options not included. DAD-02
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