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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will correct a historical act of discrimination next month when he awards the Medal of Honor, the nation's

highest commendation for combat valor, to a group of Hispanic, Jewish and African-American veterans who were passed over because of their racial or

ethnicbackgrounds. The unusual presentation will culminate a 12-year

Pentagon review ordered by Congress into past discrimination in the ranks

and will hold a particular poignancy when conducted

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Diamond Parking Services, which handles parking permits and tickets in downtown Bend, provided information to TheBulletin about nearly 67,000 tickets issued to parking violators between July 2008 andDecember 2013. Parking officers record tickets issued by block and side of street, as well as by individual parking area. Thedots below are placed to approximate those locations to give an idea ofwhere most tickets are issued.

"Just like tables in a busy restaurant, if you're not turning them over, you're not selling any food," Arnold told the City Council at a meeting in January. This is why the two-hour limit for downtown street parking makes sense,

Arnold said. "In the end, it is customer parking

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Fed in '08: uncertainty, then action By BinyaminAppelbaum New York Times News Service

WASHINGTON — On

the morning after Lehman Brothers filed for bank-

ruptcy in 2008, most Federal Reserve officials still believed that the U.S. econ-

omy would keep growing despite the metastasizing financial crisis.

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can-American president. Although the review predatesObama's tenure,he has made addressing discrimination in the military

— induding ending the ban on gay and lesbian service members — a priority as commander in chief. With the ornate White House East Room as

backdrop, the March 18 ceremony will mark another step to revisit a history of discrimination in the

armed forces as the nation's demographics and social values shift. The recipients, whom the White House announced

Friday afternoon, served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.

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Subway, just down the escalator from the Lucky Strike bowling alley and across from

a luxury furrier adjacent to a jewelry store, "Diamond Paradise." Among them all are storefronts bearing signs saying, in both Russian and English, "Opening Soon." In the spaces that are supposed to be new stores lie piles of empty cardboard boxes,

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An anti-government protester moves past burning car tires Friday as hecarries flowers to be laid at the spot where some of his comrades were killed the previous day. European officials say Ukrainian protesters have agreed to a deal with Ukraine's president on defusing a deadly political crisis.

aine's resi en si nscom romiSe By Andrew E. Kramer and Andrew Higgins New YorJz Times News Service

KIEV, Ukraine — The embattled president of Ukraine,

whose shif t toward closer relations with Russia provoked the deadliest political crisis in

his country's post-Soviet history, signed a compromise deal Friday that will diminish his power andwatched helplessly as anemboldened parliament voted overwhelmingly to free his imprisoned rival and grant amnesty to all protesters. The agreement signed by President Viktor Yanukovych and leaders of the opposition mediated by European and Russian diplomats, commits him to early elections and re-

AIIOtllSI'ij.S.-RUSSIS I'ift —After putting the tense Russian-U.S. relationship on "pause" last year, President Barack Obama andhis team havelately been working to get it back on track by quietly arranging a meeting this summerwith President Vladimir Putin. The two sides haveeven begun discussing a trade agreement for the two to sign. But the bloody political crisis in Ukraine has underscored just how hard it will be to restore constructive ties betweenWashington and Moscow. While the two sides were facing off this weekover the future of the strategically located former Soviet republic, the prospect of renewedsummitry appeared problematic. Now with a fragile deal in Kiev, U.S.officials said, a meeting mayyet cometogether. — New YorkTimesNews Service

Square in Kiev, the focal point of months of protests, had encial assistance to the hundreds dorsed the hard-fought deal in In a further action, the lawmakers voted to provide finanof protesters wounded over the

past several days, and to the families of those killed.

a vote, with 34 voting in favor and two against.

tion and much of the world. In a further sign of Yanukovych's diminished influence, parliament voted to allow the

The pressure for a political settlement has been intense, amounted to a sweeping con- coming not only from foreign cession by pro-government governments but also from a lawmakers, came hours af- widespread fear among the ter word of the political deal population that t hi s f ormer reached between Yanukovych Soviet republic of 46 million and th e m a i n o p p osition people was hurtling toward a leaders. possible civil war, particularly Outside the p a r liament after frenzied violence Thursbuilding, the police pulled back day that the opposition says from the sandbagged parapets killed more than 70 protesters. for shooting down a cobbleThursday was the most lestoned street to the protester thal day of political mayhem barricades 500 yards away. Po- in Ukrainesince independence

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thority. Although Russia declined to endorse the deal and many protesters — suspicious

of the president's motivessaid they wanted Yanukovych to resign, opposition leaders said they hoped to persuade the skeptics and end a bloody standoff that shocked the na-

The series of votes, which

ister Yulia 7ymoshenko, who and crowd-control vehides on has beenimprisoned formore the street, which some protestthan two years. In a 310-54 vote ers were hot-wiring and drivthat is veto-proof, lawmakers ingaway. decriminalized the actions for Dozens of opposition street which she was incarcerated. fighters walked up to the unIt was not immediately clear guarded parliament building when Tymoshenko mightbe and milled about. As the lawreleased from a penitentiary in the eastern city of Kharkiv

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2011. But she is still considered one of Yanukovych's most potent adversaries. Many of her

supporters blame Yanukovych for ordering her imprisonment. The English-language website of The Kyiv Post quoted a lawyer for Tymoshenko, Serhiy Vlasenko, as saying prosecutors must now file a petition to the court to release her, and

the entire process could take up to two weeks. Tymoshenko also would be able to run for

office, since she would have no criminal record. Parliament also approved a pivotal point in the political set-

tlement by taking the first step

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ward Russia instead. man wearing a motorcyde helAs word of a compromise met and carrying an ax sat on deal spread Friday, many proa curb outside. testers responded angrilyto the "The main goal today is to proposition that any settlement lower tensions and prevent was possible until Yanukovych bloodshed," Artyum Ilyuk, a left office. Many demanded member of the pro-govern- that he be put on trial, along ment Party of Regions, said in with officials whom protesters an interview, explaining his hold responsible for volleys of willingness to vote on the com- gunfire and attacks by snipers. promises. "I will vote for whatThe deal reached Friday inever will stop the bloodshed." stead leaves Yanukovych in Radoslaw Sikorski, the Pol- power until at least the end of ish foreign minister and part of the year — unless lawmakers a European team thathas been use provisions under the conpushing for a settlement, said stitutional change that would a council representing some allow them to impeach him protesters i n I n d ependence sooner.

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Nugent verSuSObama — Rockguitarist Ted Nugent, responding to cascading criticism that had become anembarrassment for his conservative Republican allies, apologized Friday for calling President Barack Obamaa "subhuman mongrel." But Democrats expressed frustration that their calls for an apology from theTexas Republican who took Nugent on the campaign trail had been ignored. Nugent's description of the president and his two appearances Tuesdaywith Greg Abbott, the Texas attorney general and Republican front-runner in the race for governor, haveput Abbott on the defensive. Nugent's language drew criticism Thursday from prominent Republicans, including Gov. Rick Perry, Sen.TedCruz of Texas and Sen.RandPaul of Kentucky. — From wire reports

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HAPPENINGS Italy —Matteo Renzi will be sworn in as thecountry's youngest prime minister ever at 39.A2

HISTORY Highlight:In1732, the first

president of theUnited States, GeorgeWashington, wasborn in WestmorelandCounty in the Virginia Colony. In1784, a U.S.merchant ship, the Empress ofChina,left New York for theFarEastto trade goods with China. In1862, Jefferson Davis, already the provisional president of the Confederacy,wasinaugurated for a six-yeartermfollowing his election in Nov.1861. In1865,Tennesseeadopted a new constitution which included the abolition of slavery. In1969,the GreatWhite Fleet, a naval task forcesent on aroundthe-world voyage byPresident Theodore Roosevelt, returned after more than a year at sea. In1924, President Calvin Coolidge deliveredthefirst radio broadcast from theWhite House as headdressedthe country over 42stations. In1934, FrankCapra's romantic comedy"It HappenedOne Night," starring ClarkGableand Claudette Colbert, openedat New York's RadioCity Music Hall. In1943, PanAm Flight9035, a Boeing 314flying boat, crashed while attempting to landin Lisbon, Portugal. Twenty-five people werekilled; 14survived, including actress-singer Jane Froman. In1959, the inaugural Daytona 500 racewas held; although Johnny Beauchamp wasinitially declared thewinner, thevictory was later awarded toLeePetty. In1967,more than 25,000 U.S. and South Vietnamesetroops launchedOperation Junction City, aimed atsmashinga Vietcong stronghold nearthe Cambodian border. (Although the communists weredriven out, they later returned.) In1974, Pakistan officially recognized Bangladesh(formerly East Pakistan). In1980, the "Miracle onIce" took place inLakePlacid, N.Y., as the UnitedStates Olympic hockey teamupset theSoviets, 4-3. (The U.S.teamwent on to win the gold medal.) In1984, DavidVetter, a12-yearoldTexasboywho'dspentmost of his life in aplastic bubble because hehadnoimmunityto disease, died 15days after being removed from thebubblefor a bone-marrow transplant. Taa yearsago:Consumer advocate RalphNaderannounced hewas running again for president, this time asan independent. APalestinian suicide bomber blewhimself up on a crowdedJerusalem bus, killing eight passengers. Rebels captured Haiti's second-largest city, claiming Cap-Haitien as their biggest prize in atwoweek-old uprising. Fiveyears aga:"Slumdog Millionaire" wonbest picture and sevenotherAcademy Awards; the lateHeathLedger won the bestsupporting actor Oscar for "TheDarkKnight." A gas explosion in acoal minein northern Chinakilled morethan 70 miners. One yearaga:TheJustice Department joined alawsuit against disgracedcyclist Lance Armstrong alleging theformer seven-time Tour deFrance championhadconcealedhis use of performance-enhancing drugs anddefraudedhis longtime sponsor, theU.S.Postal Service. ParalympianOscar Pistorius walkedout of a South African court after amagistrate agreed to releasehim onbail ahead of his premeditated murder trial over theshooting death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

BIRTHDAYS Movie director Jonathan Demme is70. Basketball Hall of Famer Julius Erving is 64.Actor Kyle MacLachlan is55. Actress Drew Barrymore is39. — From wire reports

Scientists use a "shake table" to replicate earthquakes in a lab. This gives them the opportunity to test the structural integrity of construction techniques. By Michael E. Ruane The Washington Post

Artificial muscle, 100 times stronger than yours By Amina Khan

NEW YORK — The "earth-

quake" was seconds away. The floodlights were on. The cameras and the sensors were ready. All eyes were on the eight-

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taking s i mple s e wing thread and fishing wire and giving it a twist, scien-

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thedral pinnacle that stood

stronger than human or animal sinew. The invention,

like a missile in the Columbia University engineering laboratory. It was the biggest object ever tested on the lab's shake table. (The table can hold three tons, or 6,000 pounds.) The plan was to see whether a steelreinforcing rod screwed through the middle would

described in the journal Science, could be useful for

prosthetic limbs, humanoid robots, implanted medical devices and even wearable

dothing. This wouldn't be the first artificial muscle out there:

there are carbon nanotube yarns and metal wires,

hold the l imestone sections together.

Shortly before noon, a warning buzzer sounded. A blue emergency light began flashing, and the crowd of student bystanders put on their hard hats.

but they're often expen-

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Joe Alonso, head stonemason for the Washington National Cathedral, checks for cracks in a test-model pinnacle after a simulated earthquake at Columbia University to test new construction

techniques.

Lab director Adrian Brug-

pared to their competitors,

scientists said. These new high-strength polymer fibers, made out of cheap,everyday materials

ger announced that the quake

that cost about $5 per kilo-

was about to begin.

gram, draw their strength from their geometry. In

"That rod that's in there, the up," he said. occurred. "And, start," he said. He said t h e e n gineers way we (screwed) it down, I To set up the test, Alonso The metal table on which thought about adding some would imagine that did what ordered five pre-cut limestone the pinnacle was bolted began low-frequency noise to the it was supposed to do," he said. piecesfrom the same quarry to jerk back and forth, squeak- test for effect. "But we're not "Without that rod, if that was in Indiana that provided stone ing as it did. There was no Hollywood," he said. "We're doweled together with those for the construction of the carumbling. No falling debris. scientists." little bronze dowels ... there's thedral. He and other catheNo one fleeing into the The real earthquake, on a no doubt this thing would dralstonemasons then assem'Ibesday afternoon, rattled the have come apart just like they bled the pieces into a rough streets. It lasted 30 seconds. Brug- 301-foot-tall Episcopal cathe- did in the quake." copy of the pinnacle section ger turned from a bank of dral in Northwest Washington As for the simulation, De- that fell. computer screens and said, "That's it." The room was silent. That was it? Yes, he said, that was it. Applause broke out.

Simulatedquake Last week, an earthquake similar to the 5.8-magnitude

quake that struck the Washington area in August 2011 was simulated in New York City. But it was in a laborato-

ry. There were no injuries, and the whole thing was sort of underwhelming. The simulation was a suc-

cess, though. The steel rod held the pieces of the test pinnacle firmly together. There was nary a crack in the stone or the mortar. "Well, there you have it,"

said Joe Alonso, the cathedral's head stonemason, who had helped put the test togeth-

er and was watching. "I'm glad what we didn't see. We saw it on August 23, 2011. That was

enough for me."

"It's not very i nteresting,"

said George Deodatis, chairman of Columbia's Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics. "But this is how the earthquake

experiments led out of the University of Texas at Dal-

las, scientists took these thin fibers that were just a few hundred micrometers

long and twisted them until they began to coil. (You can see this same effectyourself if you take a rubber band

to the tips of its majestic tow-

odatis said it was difficult to

Last month, the disassem-

and twist it until it starts to

ers. Gargoyles, crockets and huge stone finials shook loose and came crashing down. The quake knocked off the top of the southwest pinna-

replicate exactly what was experienced at the cathedral,

bled pieces were trucked to Columbia, and this month,

collapse into larger loops.) As it coils, the twisted fi-

a lmost 100 miles from t h e

Alonso and his men reassembled them in th e Columbia

ber cable becomes shorter and thicker, and then the

laboratory and fastened them The Columbia engineers together with the rod. "The intent was ... to simtower. The pinnacle fell on the came up with a good estimate cathedral roof, and the shak- and then bumped the intensity ulate as close as possible the ing nearly knocked over the up a notch. "It's very close to finished and fully re-created tops of three other pinnacles, what happened that day," De- pinnacle that's going to go which were within seconds of odatis said. back up on the central tower," falling. said James Shepherd, the caAll loose or dislodged stone Afull-scale test thedral' s directorofpreservawas subsequently removed The test, which cost about tion and facilities. from th e s t r ucture, w hich $45,000, was about a year in T he test piece won't b e suffered millions of dollars in the making, Alonso said. used in a new pinnacle, Alondamage. Full repairs are exIt was largely arranged by so said, but the stone will be pected to take years. longtime cathedral consul- recycled. tant RobertMark, a professor The test included two other Better reinforcement emeritus of architecture and simulated earthquakes, a lessThe stones of the old pin- civil engineering at Princ- er shake and a more severe nacles had been held togeth- e ton University. Mark a n d shake. The pinnacle structure er with small bronze dowels, Deodatis were colleagues at was sound throughout. Alonso said. As earthquake Princeton. After the tests, Alonso and r epairs proceeded o n t h e Mark, who was present at Deodatis used magnifiers to English Gothic-style cathe- the test, said an early plan had examine the surface of the dral, experts realized they been to place a model of the stone for cracks. "It's in perfect condition," needed a better system of entire cathedral on the shake reinforcement. table. But he realized that a Deodatis said at one point. The steel rod seemed tobe model would not generate the "You're absolutely safe." the answer. data they wanted. He added later: "I would "We decided it's better to stand next to this during an Alonso, who has been immersed in the cathedral's re- do it at f u l l s cale because earthquake." "You can't get a better guarpairssince the quake, said he we wanted to check how the thought that it worked. stone and the mortar stood antee than that," Mark said.

researchers heat-treated it

quake's epicenter near Mineral, Va.

cle on the cathedral's central

to make it set. The scientists

found that if they made the fiber coil in the same direction as the twist, the fiber

cable would contract. If the fiber was forced to coil in the opposite direction of its

twist, the fiber cable would expand. When they applied an energy source to the fibers — typically heatthe scientists got different

versions of their artificial muscle fibers to contract by

49 percent or to expand by 67 percent. And the fibers can last through millions of these cydes, making themvery durable, reusable devices. The scientists think this

could be useful for a number of applications that need

muscle fibers, whether getting the faces of humanoid robots to move with more

human-like expressions or getting prosthetic limbs better muscle.

Making antifreeze lessdead for pets and people By Deborah Blum New York Times News Service

Toxicologists have l o ng considered ethylene glycol, the active ingredient in many antifreeze and engine coolant formulas, to be a seductive and uniquely dangerous poison. For one thing, it's sweet. "We actually had a mechanic who developed a taste for it," recalled Dr. Marsha Ford, ¹i

rector of the Carolinas Poison Center in Charlotte, N.C. "He'd

pour himself a little and sip it. And he kept doing that until he got sick." And that's the other danger: Ethylene glycol is a slow-acting poison. Even following a high dose, symptoms can take up to 48 hours to appear. The country's poison control

consumer products containing the compound sold na-

groups settled on an old-time lyzing its 2013 numbers. The

ing her fiance by spiking rasp- tionwide. The first batches of berry iced tea with antifreeze. unpalatable antifreeze started The situation for animals hitting store shelves last year; has been even more danger- this year customers can buy

zoate, as the best way to make ter, operated by the ASPCA, antifreeze taste terrible. The so far reports no change: The compound, discovered in the number of alarmed calls about late 1950s, is not considered antifreeze poisoning remained especially toxic, is obnoxiously above 300 a year from 2011 to

al murder. Recently an Ohio woman was convicted of kill-

ous than for despised spouses.

only the bitter versions.

According to the Humane SoThe action came about in ciety of the United States, as part because of a surprisingly many as 90,000 pets and wild warm relationship between animals are poisoned annual- the Humane Society and the ly by drinking spilled or care- CSPA. Both groups had earlilessly stored products contain- er worked together to propose ing ethylene glycol. federal legislation requiring Now the manufacturers of bittering agents in antifreeze. those products have deter- But after repeated failures, mined to do something about they realized that an industry all the carnage. They are agreement was a more likely making antifreeze taste aw- resolution. ful — so very bitter that it will "Most people survive bebe nigh impossible to drink by cause they get treatment a accident. lot faster," said Sara AmundSeventeen states already son, executive director of the require manufacturersto add Humane Society Legislative bittering agents to ethylene Fund. "We often don't catch glycol products. The Consum- the problem with animals un-

centers record more than 5,000 ethylene glycol ingestions annually; some 2,000 cases require medical treatment. Most er Specialty Products Associaare accidental, but ethylene tion, which represents the key glycol also figures in hundreds manufacturers, v o luntarily of suicide attempts every year has agreedto require mem— not to mention the occasion- bers to add these agents to all

til it's too late, partly because

compound, denatonium ben- Animal Poison Control Cen-

bitter, and has been shown not

to damage engines. Even at 10 parts per million, studies have found, children in laboratory settings promptly spat out orange juice tainted with denatonium benzoate.

But not everyone is deterred. A 2008 study looking at states where bittering agents

are required found that the taste appeared to make no dif-

2013.

Of course, no one is sure how much sweet antifreeze is still out there. For one thing,

the v oluntary doesn't c over

a g reement p r o fessional

grades of antifreeze and engine coolant, such as those used in car repair shops. And people hang onto their home supplies for years. "I've got a container of an-

tifreeze in my garage that's commit suicide by drinking probably more than a year old," said Dr. Clark Fobian, antifreeze. Nonetheless, r e searchers a Missouri veterinarian and tracking both human and ani- president of the American Vetmal health are hoping the new erinary Medical Association. formulation reduces the numChemical additives are only ber of inadvertent poisonings. part of the safety solution, exference to those determined to

"We're watching it," said they often go away to some quiet place when they feel Ford, who is also director of sick." the poison control center netRepresentatives of the two work, which has begun ana-

perts note.Safe storage and

handling are important, as are warning labels — large ones, preferably.


A4 T H E BULLETIN • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014

Fed

Religiousright cheersArizona bil derided bygayrights groups

Continued from A1 James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of

St. Louis, urged his colleagues "to wait for some time to as-

sess the impact of the Lehman bankruptcy filing, if any, on

By Michael Paulson and Fernende Sentos

the national economy," accord-

New York Times News Service

ing to transcripts of the Fed's 2008 meetings that it published Friday.

In New Mexico, a photographer deciined to take pictures

of a lesbian couple's commitment ceremony. In Washing-

A window on the crisis

government shouldn't be able year, as legislators have yet to to tell us we can't do that," said act on a package of proposed Joseph La Rue, the legal coun- changes to the state's child selatAlliance DefendingFree- welfare system, which has dom, a Christian legal orga- been plagued by a slow renization based in Scottsdale, sponse to complaints of abuse Ariz., that advocates for reli- and neglect. "It sounds like it's opening gious liberty and supports the measure passed by the state the door to hate and bigotLegislature. "Faith shouldn't ry of all stripes," said Rocco be something we have to leave DiGrazia, a 'Ihcson pizzeria inside our house." owner, who on Friday attract-

The hundreds of pages of transcripts, based on recordings made at the time, reveal Jose LuisMagana /The Associated Press the ignorance of Fed officials In 2008, Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve Chairman at the time, about economic conditions speaks on housing and housing finance at the Federal Reserve in during the climactic months Washington. Fed officials agonized throughout 2008 over how fer

ton state, a florist would not

of the financial crisis. Officials

repeatedly fretted about over- the economy into a deep recession, transcripts of the Fed's policy stimulating the economy, only meetings that year show.

gay rights advocates say there media because he had posted owners cited their religious is a difference between pro- signsonthe restaurant'sdoors beliefs in declining to provide tections for clergy and houses deciaring, "We Reserve the

to realize time and again that

servicescelebrating same-sex

they needed to redoubleefforts to contain the crisis.

relationships. And in each case, theywere sued.

The Fed's chairman at the

time, Ben Bernanke, was unusually clearsighted in warning of the risk of a historic recession as the nation entered into apresidential electionyear. But he struggled to persuade his colleagues, and at crucial junctures he did not push force-

fully for stronger action. The Fed's current chairwoman, Janet Yellen, then the

president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, was even more alarmed by the

deterioration of economic conditions. She and Eric Rosengren, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, are

the most forceful and persistent advocates for stronger action in the transcripts. But they, too,

underestimated the downturn until the final months of 2008.

The transcripts also show, however, that Fed officials responded decisively in those final months, probably preventing an even deeper recession. By the end of 2008, the Fed had reduced short-term i n terest

rates nearly to zero for the first time since the Great Depres-

sion, and it had become a primary source of funding not just for the global financial system but for U.S. homeowners and for companies that made food and cars.

Yellen summed up this new ethos at a Fed meeting six weeks after Lehman's failure,

they could go to stop a financial catastrophe that threatened to pull

lehman dankruptcystill dedated Six weeks after LehmanBrothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, BenBernanke, then chairman of the Federal Reserve, gave his central bank colleagues animitation of the people who were already criticizing the government's decision to let theWall Street bank collapse. "What in the heckwereyou guys doing letting Lehmanfail?" he said, according to minutes of aclosed Fedmeeting in late October 2008 that were releasedFriday. Bernanke did not debatewhether it was right to let Lehmandie at the Fedmeeting held on Sept. 16, theday after the investment bank filed for bankruptcy, accordIng to thenewly released minutes. But from the comments in theOctober meeting, heappeared to have beenawarethat the government's decision to let Lehman fail was coming under intensescrutiny from prominent financial figures around theworld who said it was ahugeand unnecessary mistake that causedglobal financial markets to freeze up. The Lehmandecision is still fiercely debated as politicians and regulators grapple with how to handle largebanks in unstable times. In addition, the reputations of Bernankeand Henry Paulson, Treasury secretary at the time, rest heavily on theLehmanepisode. The transcripts of the 2008Fedmeetings that were published Friday provide one ofthe fullest pictures yet of the thinking of top government officials on Lehman's implosion. Thedocuments will most likely prompt a freshexamination of the decisions madein that crisis year. "For the equilibrium of the world financial system, this was a genuine error," Christine Lagarde, France's finance minister at the tIme, said in thedays after Lehman's demise. In response to their critics, both Bernankeand Paulson have since said they could not saveLehmanbecausetheir hands were legally tied. Bernankemadethat argument at the Oct. 29 meeting of the Federal OpenMarket Committee meeting. "The Fedandthe Treasury simply had notools to address both Lehman andtheother companies that were under stress at that time," he said. But six months earlier, in March 2008, theFedfound the tools to bail out BearStearns, another Wall Street firm toppling under the weight of soured mortgages, andthe Fedtook extraordinary steps to rescue American International Groupthe day after Lehmanfiled for bankruptcy.

seriousness of the situation, I believe that we should put as

much stimulus into the system that we have an extraordi-

a source of funding for Wall

as we can as soon as we can."

nary situation," Bernanke told

Street.

The Fed's changing role

colleagues. By the end of the year, the

Financial firms, particularly in the mortgage business, were beginning to fail because they

In normal times, the Fed is a

Fed had cut interest rates near-

powerful but somnolent institution, charged with keeping a steady hand on the rudder of the economy. It moves interest

ly to zero and started to buy mortgage bonds in a further

for a party marking the wedding of two men.

But civil libertarians and

ed national attention via social

In each case, the business

of worship that do not want to participate in same-sex mar-

Right to Refuse Service to Ari-

zona Legislators." "I make dinner for a living

riage and the obligations of Now, as states around the business ownersthat servethe nation weigh how to balance general public. "Religious freedom is a funthe rights of same-sex couples with those of conservative re- damental right, but it's not a ligious business owners, Gov. blank check to harm others Jan Brewer of Arizona must or impose our faith on our decide whether to sign legisla- neighbors," said Daniel Mach, tion that would allow business who directs a program on owners to cite religious be- freedom of religion and belief liefs as a legal justification for for the American Civil Libdenying serviceto same-sex erties Union, which opposes couples. the Arizona legislation. "Over The legislation, approved the years, we as a nation have by lawmakers Thursday, im- rejected efforts to invoke relimediately attracted national gion to justify discrimination attention, with conservative

religious groups welcoming it as a necessary form of protection for objectors to same-sex marriage, and gay rights groups denouncing it as a license for discrimination. The measure comes at a time when the courts are grap-

pling with how to define the religious rights of private businesses: The Supreme Court is to hear two cases next month

in which businesses are seeking exemptions from providing insurance coverage for contraception to their employees, citing the religious beliefs of the companies' owners. "In America, people should be free to live and work ac-

cording to their faith, and the

— I'm not a social activist,"

DiGrazia said in a telephone interview. "But I do have a lot

of gay customers and employees, and why are you trying to alienate these people?"

But supporters of the legislation said they would also work hard to persuade Brewer

to sign the measure, in part by disputing much of the criticism it has faced.

Most states where samesex marriage is legal have exemptions for religious orga-

in the marketplace, and there's no reason to turn back the

nizations, but not for private

clocknow."

cording to the National Con-

businesses or individuals, ac-

ference of State Legislatures. public position on the legisla- The Arizona measure comes tion that will reach her desk as multiple states are considnext week, is a Republican ering such exemptions, with whose tenure has been punc- considerable controversy. In tuated by controversy and Tennessee, the Legislature is political discord over a tough considering an exemption for measure on illegal immi- wedding vendors; in Kansas, grants, which was denounced a similar measure was set from the left, and a Medicaid aside when conservative senexpansion, which was criti- ators raised concerns about cizedbythe right. discrimination. In Oregon, opLast yearshe vetoed a simponents of same-sex mamage ilar religious freedom bill, ar- are seeking to place an initiaguing that it was a distraction tive on this year's ballot that frompriorities lawmakers had would allow individuals or yet to address, including the businesses to opt out of particstate budget. And there are ipating in same-sex wedding similar c i rcumstances this ceremonies. Brewer, who has taken no

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tors had lost confidence in their ability to predict which loans market and the broader econo- would be repaid. Countrywide, rates to moderate inflation and my. More than five years later, the nation's largest mortgage minimize unemployment. But it is still pursuing both policies lender, had sold itself for a relabeginning in 2007, it was forced as the economic recovery re- tive pittance to Bank of Amerto take on a far more challeng- mains incomplete. ica. Bear Stearns, one of the ing role as the central backstop Some Fed officials have ar- largestpackagers and sellers for the global financial system. gued that the Fed was blind in of mortgage-backed securities, It was constrained in this 2008 because it relied, like ev- was teeteringtoward collapse. new role by its reliance on eryoneelse,on a standard setof On March 7, the Fed offered economic indicators that tend economic indicators. firms up to $200 billion in fundto miss sharp changes in ecoAs late as A u gust 2008, ing. Three days later, Bernanke nomic conditions. But the Fed's "therewere no dear signs that secured the Fed policymaking caution in 2008 also reflected a many financial firms were committee's approval to double deeply ingrained bias to worry about to fail catastrophically," that amount to $400billion, tellmore about the risk of infla- Bullard said in a N ovember ing his colleagues, "We live in a tion than the reality of rising presentation in Arkansas that very special time." unemployment. the St. Louis Fed recirculated Finally, on March 16, the Fed As Fed officials gathered Friday. "There was a reason- effectively removed any limit Sept. 16 at their marble head- able case that the U.S. could on Wall Street funding even quarters in Washington for a continue to 'muddle through.'" as it arranged forthe rescue of previously scheduled meeting, Bear Stearns. andbailouts stock markets were in free fall. Recession And then the Fed paused. Housing prices had been colThe Fed entered the year on By the end of April, it had cut lapsing for two years, and un- edge. Officials did not know short-term rates to 2 percent employment was spiking. that the economy already was from 5.25 percent the previous Yet most officials did not see in recession, but Bernanke and September — one of the fastest dearevidence ofa broad crisis. his closest advisers worried falls in Fed history — and offiThey expectedthe economy to that the Fed's initial response cials said that they had done grow slowly in 2008, then more to the financial crisis at the end enough to shore up the finanquickly in 2009. The transcript of 2007 had been insufficient cial system. Theypredicted that for that meeting contains 129 and that tumbling stock prices the economy would narrowly mentions of "inflation" and five were the beginning of a broad- avoid a recession. of "recession." "I think it is very possible er pullback. Bernanke even told his colB ernanke hoped to d e- that we will look back and leagues that it was clear the lay any action until the first say, particularly after the Bear economy had entered a down- scheduled meeting of the year Stearns episode, that we have turn but that he still did not fa- in late January, but over the turned the corner in terms of our policy is looking actually pretty good," he said.

baker refused to make a cake

— News YorkTimesNewsService

telling colleagues, "Given the

vor cutting rates. "I think that

provideflowers forasame-sex wedding. And in Colorado, a

effort to stimulate the housing

three-day Martin Luther King

the financial disruption that

Jr. weekend, he conciuded we have just experienced," Fed that the Fed could not wait. He governor Frederic Mishkin said That optimism would not en- convened a conferencecallat during a meeting at the end of dure. Just minutes after the end 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, and April. of that first meeting, a smaller won agreement to cut the Fed's The summer passed relativegroup of Fed officials agreed benchmark interest rate by 0.75 ly quietly. Officials began to fret to rescue faltering insurance percentage points. It was the about inflation. The transcripts giant American International largest cut in more than two inciude long conversations Group, a company neverbefore decades. about when the Fed should "The risk of a severe reces- start to raise interest rates. subject to Fed supervision that "We saw growth of about 2 until then was barely on the sion and credit crisis is unacgovernment's radar. ceptably high," Yellen said at percent in the second quarter, And i n t h e s ucceeding the meeting. which suggests a campaign weeks, the Fed would anDennis Lockhart, president slogan for the Republicans, nounce a seemingly endless of the Federal Reserve Bank 'The Economy: It Could Be series of programs to buttress of Atlanta, said t hi s w eek Worse," Bernanke joked in earthe economy, leading Fed offi- that the decision marked an ly August. cials to joke about the resulting awakening. But it was only the eye of "If maybe we were a little the storm. By the third week alphabet soup of acronyms. In early October, a few weeks slow to recognize what was of September it was clear that after the decision to stand pat, happening, Martin L u ther Bernanke was right: Things the Fed convened an unsched- King weekend in January 2008 could be worse. The financial uled meeting to cut interest was a decisive point in terms of crisishad arrived, as Ernest rates in an action coordinated interest ratepolicy," he said. Hemingway once wrote of with other major central banks. By early March, the Fed was bankruptcy, "Gradually and "It's more than obvious moving to replace investors as then suddenly."

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014 • THE BULLETIN

Parking

I don't get credit for when I leave. Essentially, it is a cost

not always the ones with the most unpaid tickets. A vehicle

Continued fromA1 of us doing business," she registered to Anthony SpranIn 2010, the city increased said. "It's not going to ever do received 128 tickets over the distance that people must change, because we have to be the last five years and Spranmove their vehicles to avoid close to drop things off at the do paid 122 of them, at a total a ticket after two hours, from restaurant." cost ofmore than $2,400.Ac500 feet to 750 feet. The city The last time the city com- cording to Diamond Parking, also adopted escalating fines missioned a study of down- five of those tickets were voidforrepeat offendersthatyear, town parking availability was ed and Sprando still owes the Diamond Parking Area Man- in 2002, and city councilors city $108 for the one outstandager Terence Spakousky told said in January that they were ing ticket from August 2011. the City Council in January. interested in paying for a new Sprando did not return a call Helt said she receives tick- parking study, with money for comment. ets even when she does not saved up from parking fees Sprando received a lot of park in the same spot for more paid by downtown develop- $22 tickets, which Diamond than two hours because if she ers. However, Arnold said on Parking issues to people who leaves to run an errand and Friday that the board of the overstay the two-hour parkthen returns to park in the Downtown B en d B u s iness ing limit. Some of the most same area, that still violates Association is also interested expensive tickets are issued to the city's prohibition on mov- in using some of this money to people without a valid permit ing a vehicle a short distance install better signs encourag- who repeatedly park in spaces to avoid a ticket. "When I'm ing people to use the city park- reservedfor disabled drivers. catering or doing things like ing garage. Spakousky said people who that, I'm not able to abide by Meanwhile, the people who receive these citations often altheir time-limit rules because

received the most tickets are

expiration date.

One of the vehicles that received several tickets for vio-

lating disabled parking space rules was registered to J.L. Ward Co., of which Jan Ward

is the president. Ward said his wife received the tickets because although she has a disabled parking permit, she did not always hang it in a visible location.

"She got two or three of them for parking in a no-parking zone for handicapped," Ward said. Diamond Parking actually wrote Ward five $190 tickets for disabled parking violations, three of which were voided. The fourth was

A5

Conger

University, said so far the U.S.

Continued fromA1

ly quiet. Until more national

Senate race has been relative-

In 2011, Conger was a

money is poured into the race,

freshman lawmaker push- he said, Merkley doesn't aping cuts to the state's pen- pear to be vulnerable. sion system. At the end of

" Clearly th e

h ealth c a re

every chamber's session, thing hasn't attached itself to lawmakers are given time Merkley," Moore said. for remonstrances. Conger

It's not uncommon for state

often used the time to dig into how the state's public pension system was burdening schools. The bills he proposed that session

lawmakers to make the leap to the national stage, Moore

died almost immediately. "If I'm brutally honest,

sard.

"(Conger) might be one in a long line of people who are in the Legisla-

I had about given up," he ture and think, 'This is the time

sard.

reduced. After Diamond Park-

But th e m u ch-touted I might be able to "grand bargain" in 2013 in- move ahead for Conger

ing issued a $380 frequent offender ticket in 2011, a municipal judge lowered it to $100.

the state's pension system and when they don't make it, Conger had advocated. they kind of fade into obscuri-

— Reporter: 541-617-7829, hborrud@bendbulletin.com

ter their permits to extend the

cluded some of the cuts to "It was not fun, it was not

easy.... It was something I thought needed to be done

and it was a big deal and it got done," he said. Conger was also part

statewide office' ty," Moore said.

And Conger has allowed for the possibility he won't win. " Of course you

h ave t o

make up the Olympic Park in the Adler district of Sochi will be empty. And though o rganizers

think about if you lose, too.... Nobody knows the future," he of the state's health care said. transformation e f f o rts. He said he feels satisfied h e's accomplished a f a i r His vote, cast in favor of creating the state's health amount of what he set out to insurance exchange, Cover do in the state Legislature. Oregon, may have already And he can picture a few come back to haunt him as things he would do with his his Republican opponents free time.

maintain that there is a post-

in the primary race for the

Games plan for everything, there is skepticism, because unlike Vancouver orSaltLake

U.S. Senate seat have blasted him for the move. Although the 3 5-day 2014 legislative session has been relatively free of par-

Sochi Continued fromA1 The six massive arenas that

City — past hosts of Winter

Olympics — there was, essentially, nothing like this here even a year ago. "When we went to Krasnaya Polyana to watch biathlon we were wondering what would happento all these hotels," said Inga Polyachek, an entrepre-

recently where Conger tried to change a bill to include several Cover Or-

will remain in high demand,

egon amendments. Each

Jason Conger has one of the

"He knew

say this issue is a concern."

Not a major destination Though the Black Sea resort Darron Cummings/The Associated Press file photo of Sochi has long been a des- Fans make their wey to Fisht Stadium for the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympics in there is no significant history

Sochi, Russia, earlier this month. The stadium, used only for the opening and closing ceremonies, is also set to be used for the 2018 World Cup. But many of the other venues and infrastructure for the

of Russian tourism in the Cau-

games were built with no future purpose in mind.

casus Mountains for winter sports — other than President V ladimir P u tin, w h o c o n - sportsarenas thatcould seem superfluous;some 40,000 hotel

4,500 rubles a night — about

cities that have failed to find

vinced the International Olympic Committee to grant the

$125 — when the ski lifts open uses for their Olympic facilities to the public. after hosting a Games; Ath-

Games to Sochi and famously

"We have no doubt whatsoever that this resort will ulti-

rooms werededicated for the Olympics, more than 20,000 of skis here. The highway from which were new, according to Sochi to the mountains is new. Sochi 2014 officials. This is in The railroad from Sochi to the a Russian economy that Mark mountains is new. Add all that Kramer of Harvard Universito the Olympic Park, which sits ty's Davis Center for Russian roughly 15 miles from central and Eurasian Studies said is Sochi, and there is some ques- likely to grow slowly over the tion about what use it will all next several years. "I doubt Putin is going to be going forward. "They bit off a lot," said Lisa want to channel large amounts Delpy Neirotti, a sports man- of scarcefunding to bolsteragement professorat George ing all these facilities once the Washington University who Olympicsare over and begin studies how cities can leverage to fade from memory," Kramhosting the Olympics. "They er said in an email. "Putin has developed a whole city, basi- channeled ample funds to his cally, and that was far more native city, St. Petersburg/Lenthanthey needed for the Olym- ingrad, and he is fond of Sochi, pic Games." but in the list of priorities, it's Sochi officials insist there not going to rank high. Hence, is a plan in place both for the I expect that Sochi will end up venues built specifically for with a lot of facilities and hothe Games and the mountain tels that are going to be pretty resort that sprung up, almost useless five years from now." from thin air, over the past

Future as a resort?

they say, will be turned into a Neirotti spent time at the mall. The Fisht Olympic Sta- Olympics with 26 of her studium, which hosts only the dents researching the Games, Opening and Closing Ceremo- their facilities, the fans who nies, will be the site of soccer came and what the future games during the 2018 World might hold. Though their surCup, which will be staged vey results aren't final, they across Russia. The speedskat- found very little evidence of ing venue is slated to become marketing the resort as an an exhibition hall. In October, international tourism destinathe entire Olympic Park will tion. That includes the mounhold a Formula 1 auto race, the tain cluster, where the hotels first of seven annual races to at the top of a gondola ridebe held there. billed as "Level +960" — have "There will be no white el- just-opened dining r ooms ephants," said Dmitry Cher- that are far less than half full nyshenko, the president of the during peak dinner hours, Sochi 2014 Olympic Organiz- even during the Olympics, ing Committee. when most of the rooms are Still, just a week prior to the occupted. opening ceremonies, Prime Attracting bodies when the Minister D mitry

Just work in my yard, work on my house," he said. His friend, colleague and

no matter the outcome.

"Most people recognize

one was voted down by the sharpest minds," McLane majority party. sard.

so many of them, and I have to

year. The main media center,

lawn. I wouldn't mind that....

tisan gridlock, there was current housemate in Salem, a moment in th e H ouse House Republican Leader Health Care C o mmittee Mike McLane, said Conger

neur from Sochi. "There are

tination for summer holidays,

"There are things that are

so mundane, like mowing my

M e dvedev ski resort opens to the public

issued an order on the government's website urging that officials come up with a viable plan for all of the Olympic

March 22 could be an issue, too. The sprawling, brand-new

venues. And it's not just the

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be commercially viable."

"The Games are always just

used as a catalyst," Neirotti said. "It's not really the end-all

'A new ghost city'

for most of these cities. It's just

the way to get something done. "I doubt that ordinary Rus- If Putin keeps working the sians will have any idea on plan to build the region down that or will be interested," said here, then it will be successful. "But if after Putin leaves, or Lilia Shevstova, a senior associate at the Carnegie Moscow if he changes his mind or priCenter's Russian Domestic orities and theypull out money Politics and Political Institu- or pull out marketing strategy, tions Program. "This is the then we're going to come back project for rich people. The and see it all as a wasteland." latter hardly will be interested Thursday afternoon, workeither because they will find it ers continued to scurry about more safe to have vacation or this mountain community, engage in sport activity in the which a year ago didn't exAlps, but not in the vicinity of ist. One painted a railing in the Northern Caucasus.... The front of a hotel. Two more rest will be a new ghost city." carried velvet ropes, wrapped Others are unsure.

More than a decade of po-

political theater and noth-

next move, Bend will still be

ing wrong with that," said his home. Rep. Mitch G r eenlick, "I'm not going to be bitter D-Portland, who chairs the and run off.... It's just an elecHealth Committee.

tion," he said.

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ed three times for his service in Vietnam and retired from

Much of the review relied on

the Army after 22 years. "But

parisons to Medal of Honor recipients, but even then, there

his operations sergeant was sePhotos courtesy of the White House

The latest group of 24 Medal of Honor recipients will include19 Hispanic, Jewish and African-Ameri-

existing information and com- can veterans who were overlooked due to their racial or ethnic backgrounds. Army Sgt. Jack Weinstein will receive the medal posthumously for his courageous actions while leading 1st Platoon, Company G, 21st Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division in Kumsong, Korea, on Oct. 19, 1951. Below, Other honorees include, from left, First Lt. Donald Schwab (World War II), Staff Sgt. Felix Conde-Fal-

the military always should ad- were challenges unforeseen dress because, in almost every when the project began. con (Vietnam War) and Master Sgt. Juan Negron (Korean War).

An in-depth review The unusual historical ac-

counting began in 2002 when Congress, as part of the military spending bill, ordered the Pentagon to look into whether Jewish and Hispanic service members had been passed over

verely wounded by aland mine and his master sergeant, Ronald Hague, was killed. "We were a tight crew and we didn' tleaveanyone behind," Morris said. He took soldiers

In 1973, a fire tore through

to retrieve Hague's body three times before succeeding. He

the NationalPersonnelRecords

said last rites over his friend

Center in St. Louis, destroying

and then was shot through the chest, the arm, and the ring finger — tearing it off along with his weddingband. After recuperating in a state-

process we have, someone is

overlooked."

with

local Montagnard troops, Morris was ambushed on Sept. 17, 1969, on a jungle patrol. His company commander was shot through the mouth and throat,

der review had passed away, Morris, 72, who was decorat- making interviews impossible.

I think that this is something

on military personnel forms as "Caucasian." Military officials said their ethnicity or religious affiliation isuncertain, but their battlefield actions were found

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from 1912 through 1960, a period that included World War II and Korea. The Air Force lost

side hospital, Morris returned to Vietnam for another tour, this time as the recipient of the

most of its personnel files from 1947 though 1964.

unfairly for the nation's highest The disaster forced officials military honor. to recreate the military history Defense Department offiof scores of potential candicials said there was specific ev- dates for the upgraded comidence to suggest such discrim- mendation by i nterviewing ination may have existed in the family members, fellow battleranks, induding instances in field soldiers, and others. which Hispanic and Jewish soldiers apparently changed their Two dozen veterans names to hide their ethnicity. The reassessment sent a The congressional order host of candidates through the spanned the period from De- various service boards that cember 1941 through Septem- decide on Medal of Honor reber2001. cipients and then to the Joint The project was an enor- Chiefs for approval. Two dozen mous undertaking that sent veterans — all from the Army military personnel officials — emerged as worthy of an upsearchingfor lostrecords and grade to the Medal of Honor. battlefield histories amid the They include 17 Hispanic solcomplicated politics surround- diers such as Santiago Erevia, ingthemilitary's highesthonor. a former specialistfour who Officials from each service served in Vietnam as a radio branch focused on s e rvice telephone operator in Compamembers who hadbeen award- ny C, 1st Battalion (Airmobile), ed the second-highest medal 501st Infantry of the 101st Airfor gallantry: the Distinguished borne Division. He will receive Service Cross for the Army, the t he Medal of H onor at t h e

Distinguished Service Cross. "I never thought about the medal, whether it should have been

another higher one," he said. "I just kept doing what I was domg. Morris said he did not con-

March 18 ceremony for "coura- let me down," Erevia, a tamageous actions" during a search- le salesman, said of his father. and-dear mission near Tam Ky, "His arebig shoes to fill." Vietnam. The third living veteran is "We've wondered why he Jose Rodela,a former sergeant didn't receive it the first time first dass from Corpus Chrisand thought it may have been ti, Texas, who will receive the because of his name," said Jes- medal for bravery during fightse Erevia, 41, his son, who lives ing in Phuoc Long province, in San Antonio, not far from his Vietnam, in early September father.

1969.

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was serving as an assistant ma-

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fiedas partofthe review. The initial congressional order did from his Florida home to the not include black service mem-

his three children and his wife of more than five decades, others deserving an upgraded Mary, who gave him the ring commendation — not just His- that was shot off withhis finger

was later amended to allow

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Leaders outline map oes un er t e microsco e for Detroit's future

IN FOCUS:TRANSPORTATION

us sa e By Daniel C. Vock

gers andprevent delays.

State(ine.org

Police can order an inspection on the road for abus carry-

WASHINGTON — As the

number of bus passengers approaches the number of U.S. airline passengers, transportation experts are taking a clos-

ing passengers, but only when they have already stopped it for a violation, such as speeding or a broken tail light.

er look at the widely disparate state efforts to make sure buses

The restrictions on roadside inspections make it harder to

are safe.

keep tabs of carriers that want

States are responsible for enforcingfederal safety laws

to avoid attention, Jasny said.

"It's a moving target. Companies change the locations of wherethey pick up ordrop off passengers," he said. Trucks, which are subject to

for buses that cross state lines,

but they take very different approaches. Nearly half the states require annual inspections; the

rest do not. Some spend almost all of at least $165 million in fed-

many of the same laws as bus-

eral inspection money to look

at trucks, while others focus more heavily on buses. Others are more aggressive at conducting roadside inspections.

Craig Ruttle/The Associated Press

A Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus and a truck rest

Pantuso, the bus association

against scaffolding in New York earlier this month. As more passengers gravitate toward buses, state efforts to ensure buses are safe have come under increasing scrutiny.

States also have different rules for buses that do not fall

under federal jurisdiction, because they operate only within

Fatal duscrashes

the state.

Recent accidents havebrought more scrutiny to the regulation of buses, owners anddrivers. Indiana:Three people died and33 people were injured in July when a church bus returning from Michigan hit a barrier on anexIt ramp and flipped over. Thebus driver was later cited for running a red light. Investigators also said the buswas going too fast for

Industryleaders and safety advocates want more consistent enforcement among states

and within states, although they differ on the tactics. Con-

gress has also asked the U.S. Department of Transportation "We want to make sure ev-

erybody who is in the business isperformingatthe samelevel," said Peter Pantuso, president and CEO of the American Bus

Association, which represents about 1,000 bus companies. The discussion over state en-

forcement methods comes as federalregulatory eff orts are under scrutiny. The Federal

Motor Carrier Safety Administration, in particular, came under fire after 28 people died in motor coach accidents in 2011. Since then, federal regulators have stepped up inspections, tried to better identify rogue operators and started re-

although the

- a prospect that thousands

of retir ees have feared for months and that they say the

rities issued by the city.

state constitution prohibitsbut that creditors would do

r igorously.

Will enough of Detroit's cred-

Its inspection teams handle

"The state's focus," he

both trucks and buses. Even though the vehicles are different, many of the laws governing the vehides, the drivers and the records they must keep are similar, said Capt. Brandon

Johnson,commander of the agency's commercial vehicle The agency works with its federal counterparts to conduct "strike force" activities

travel.

eral purposes, but do not have

vice presidentfor Advocates

cies inspect buses after they

"Annual inspections are a drop off passengers at theme their vehicles inspected for fed- snapshot," said Henry Jasny, parks, casinos, shopping malls for Highway and Auto SafeThe highway patrol is also ty. "On-site inspections are trying to work more closely buses that cross state lines, not expected.... You can get a with other regulatory agencies federal rules are also less strict much better feel of how (a bus) during routine stops. It hopes for the owners of private buses is used. It is a more real-world to roll out a system this year

is following all of the rules, the driver is fit and the bus is in goodshape." A federal law passed in 2005 Indiana state Sen. Tom Wyss gress told the U.S. Department prohibits police from pulling was surprised what he learned of Transportation t o s t u dy over buses with passengers abouthis state'sbus safetylaws whether to require states to on board for the sole purpose after a church bus crash in In- put in place mandatory inspec- of an inspection. Random indianapolis last summer left a

and other popular destinations.

to report results to the state. Besides applying only to

test of whether the company

tion laws. The provision was

spections are supposed to take

youth pastor, his pregnant wife part of the larger highway bill and a chaperone dead. Congress passed in 2012. It set

place only at a route origin or destination to protect passen-

Some creditors have com-

the city's case to use the

lation compliance. Bus owners in other states must still have

crakes do occur, they can be — like a musician's tour bus or devastating, because of the a church bus — when it comes number of passengers onboard. to keeping records of annual inspections. Legislative efforts Nearly two years ago, Con-

less well.

required annual inspections for decades. Currently, 260 highway patrol officers are dedicated to enforcing commercial vehicle laws.

deemed to pose significant risks. As part of that eight-

at around 20 a year. But when

far better. Although pen-

plained that the plan improperly favors Main Street over

a private company that con- buses inspected, not just in sults with businesses on regu- garages, but on the roads they several times a year. The agen-

52bus companies and removed 340 buses from the road. The number of people who die in bus accidents has remained steady in recent years

But pensioners, who had feared deep cuts, will fare sions would be reduced, retired police officers and firefighters "would likely receive in excess of 90 percent of their earned pen-

companies last year that they month effort, they shut down

ees, lenders and residents.

recovery on their claims" in the form of new secu-

section.

Many safety advocates want

of that will be dedicated

creditors "about 20 percent

tions in 1963, and state law has

Importance ofinspections

city — like lowering police-response time, restoring streetlights and renewing blighted neighborhoods. How these plans fare in court is likely to help guide other financially troubled cities, their employ-

proposes to give unsecured sions of retired city workers

do," he said. The California Highway Patrol has a long history of doing safety checks on commercial vehicles. It started the inspec-

go state-approved annual inspections in 2012, according to

troit intends to reinvest in the

In many states, he said, bigger companiesare targeted

That's what they're trained to

companies providing interstate service,according to federal regulators. Federal regulators targeted

The city said it intend-

ed to spend $1.5 billion over 10 years on "capital improvements, blight removal andequipment and technology upgrades," according to Kevyn Orr, the state-appointed emergency manager. Up to a third

consistently," he said.

these are law enforcement officials we're talking about.

standards to avoid scrutiny.

table. It is accompanied by a

debt to creditors and make disclosure statement that outitself livable again. lines the areas in which De-

ly drafts, which showed that Detroit would reduce the pen-

be able to find them OK, and

commercial vehicles to under-

aims to settle its $18 billion

next five years. Under the plan, Detroit

time, their customers seem to

lines. There are about 4,000bus

hopes for emerging as swiftly Seven from bankruptcy as state and months after this city en- city officials insist it will. tered bankruptcy, its leadThe main financial filing, ers on Friday presented a called a plan of adjustment, federal judge with the first is subject to the approval of official road map to Dethe bankruptcy judge, Stetroit's future — documents ven Rhodes, who must decide designed to show how it whether it is fair and equiDETROIT

The plan submitted Friday confirms the direction of ear-

"They're a lot harder to find sometimes, but at the same

issued by next year. Pantuso, the bus association's president, said a uniform standard would be fairer, because it would discourage unscrupulous companies from registering in states with low

which could thwart Detroit's

New Yorh Times News Service

to blight removal over the

amined just as

Police could set up its own proquiring seat belts on newbuses. gram. The state police already The scrutiny comes as in- inspectschool buses,and did dustry studies show American 16,000 of those inspections last buses provide more than 700 year. million passenger trips a year, Twenty-three states and the compared to 720 million on air- District of Columbia required

cial and social issues, any of

cut and Massachusetts, regularly inspect the records and busesofcompanies ofallsizes. "The ones that do it right, do it

But companies that try to skirt the law should be ex-

I n diana State a deadline for the report to be

J.J. Keller and Associates, Inc.,

such as California, Connecti-

becausethey are easierto find and keep better records.

Oregon: NInepeople died and 38 people were injured in December 2012, when atour bus slid down an icy hill. U.S. andCanadian regulators suspended thecompany's license. Victims filed a lawsuit that, among other thIngs, accused theOregon Department of Transportation of not installing strong enough barriers along the stretch ofhighwayknown as"Deadman'sPass." California:Eight people died when acharter bus with brakes that were all defective crashed on its wayback to Mexico in February 2013. The businvolved In theaccident was not presented to regUlators during the carrier's annual inspection. In December, four buses crashed in a week in southern California, killing two people and injuring dozensmore. Tennessee:Eight people died and14 were injured in October, when a church bus crossed amedian on Interstate 40 near Newport, Tenn. Thebus, which was carrying senior citizens hometo North Carolina from ajubilee, blew a tire before hitting an SUV and a tractor trailer in oncoming traffic.

state laws are needed.

president, said states with effective inspection programs,

more often than smaller ones,

the turn.

to study whether more uniform

es, can be randomly inspected by police at weigh stations.

By Monica Davey and Mary Williams Walsh

that will allow officers to check

a license plate to see immediately whether a bus carrier is licensed to operate. Currently,

officers have to look that information up online or request it from a dispatcher.

"Our program works, and it's been working," Johnson said."The federalgovernment is modeling its program after our program."

Wall Street, something that

could chill lending to other cities, especially those with sions after elimination of troubled pension plans. cost of living allowances." Detroit's plan for emerging Other municipal retirees from bankruptcy depends on "would likely receive in ex- a series of outcomes that are cess of 70 percent." still unknown. W il l M i c hiGov. Rick Snyder, a Re- gan lawmakers agree to send publican, said, "Detroit's state money to help Detroit? comeback is underway" Will lawsuits over various and urged all involved in piecesof the case interfere? new plan as a "call to ac- itors go along with the deal tion" for pushing along vol- for Rhodes to approve it? How untary settlements in the

will the city function finan-

bankruptcy.

cially until a plan is implemented? And how long will

said, "is on protecting and all of this take? minimizing the impact on Since the city f iled for retirees — especially those b ankruptcy protection i n on fixed, limited incomes July, Orr, who has overseen — restoring and improv- Detroit's trip to bankruptcy ing essential services for court, has made clear that he all 700,000 Detroit resi- hopes the city will emerge dents, and building a foun- from court by fall when, undation for the city's long- der Michigan's emergency term f i n ancial s t ability manager law, he can be reand economic growth. moved by city leaders. The filing is a crucial step forward in D etroit's

efforts to complete its municipal bankruptcy case, the nation's largest. But by no means will it a nswer all questions or r e solve

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Corruption inquiry TODAY'S READ:AN 'INVISIBLE' FAMILY Russia'sunregisteredfall through the cracks focuses onChina's top security officials By ChrIs Buckley and Jonathan Ansfield New Yorh Times News Service

HONG KONG — A polit-

ically fraught Communist Party corruption investigation focusing on the former head of the domestic security apparatus, Zhou Yongkang, has reached into the sensitive realm of the Chinese in-

suspected of assisting Zhou Yongkang beyond approved means and channels." A b u sinessman w h ose i nvestments bring hi m i n

contact with senior police and military officials also confirmed Liang's detention, which was said to have occurred in the first half of

January. The detention takes the indetention of a senior official, vestigation encircling Zhou people close to party and mili- into especially sensitive ter-

telligence services, with the tary leaders said this week.

By Will Englund

were born.

The Washington Post

They had no idea what the consequences would be.

SOCHI, Russia — As far as the city of the Winter Olympics is concerned, Anna Yerma-

kova and her family don't exist, even though her kids go to schoolhere, herhusband works for asecurity firm and she is employed by the Russian post office. Theirs is a f a mily that through a combination of bad luck and poor decisions, amplified by the economic and

are unaccountable even by China's standards and rarely custody last month by the discussed in public. In addiCentral Commission for Dis- tion to conducting espionage cipline Inspection, the party's overseas, the service gatharm for investigating official ers intelligence on officials

to sustain all Russians. And now they find that they can't

m isconduct, according t o three people who cited infor-

at home, monitors threats to

getbackin. They aren't registered anywhere. In

disaster. A system that dates to the

ernment announced that Li-

If a Russian lives in one city but

told them that Liang w as

rity forces under his control.

suspected of aiding Zhou by The government has not illicitly passing on informa- announced any investigation tion gathered by the bureau's into Zhou. But people close network of agents, phone taps to senior officials have said and informants in the Chi- that President Xi Jinping and nese capital. other leaders approved the "The official message sent inquiry late last year. If Zhou down was that Liang Ke was is tried and convicted of corsuspected of corrupti on," ruption, he would be the first the former security official former or sitting member of said. "But as well, Liang Ke the Politburo Standing Comwas detained because he is mittee to confront such a fate.

Will Englund/The WashingtonPost

Feb. 4, have lived wIthout registratIon sInce 2008 In the city of their bIrth, In Sochi, Russia. The windowless bedroom they share wIth theIr parents and sister is in an illegal garage apartment.

Soviet era requires every Russian to have a "propiska," or residence registration. It's the

state's way of maintaining a level of control over its people. Every interaction with a gov-

has a propiska for somewhere else, it's an invitation to recur-

ringheadaches. But if a Russian has no propiska at all, the bottom drops out. For Yermakova and her family, it means they aren't offi-

cially allowed to live anywhere — and haven't been for the past five years. So the five of them

to be grateful for what they get. They got themselves into this fix. But they're hardly the first

for the residents of Sochi — the

gal garage apartment. It sits on a back lane just up the hill from the former m arshland that

now houses the gleaming gray streamlined venues of the 2014 Winter Games. They have no lease and no rights and the constant threat of eviction. Rent and utilities are $450 a month,

President Vladimir Putin has

registered ones, that is — and been trying to move Russians family to make self-destructive not the extraneous people who away from that outlook, but choices, and Russia is by no just happen to live here. Braiko old ways of thought are deeply means the only country where is an illegal, even though he ingrained. that happens. The catch is that was born here and has lived in Yermakova wants the state the system here makes it next Sochi all his 49 years. to help settle her family in a to impossible to recover. Y ermakova, wh o i s 38 , real apartment. She has writ"And you know, we're not moved here 17 years ago from ten letters to the governor of unique," Yermakova said. a Russian region called Mor- theKrasnodarregion,to Prime Boris Altshuler, a children's dovia. She could probably get Minister Dmitry M e dvedev, advocate in Moscow, says 4 a propiska if she moved back to Putin himself — all without million Russians, out of a pop- to her native village. But there's result. Altshuler has similarly ulation of 140 million, have nothing there for her anymore written on her behalf. He arlost their residence registra- — certainly no jobs. gues that if the Olympics hadn't tions. He calls them an "army In 2008, the family was liv- driven up the cost of housing to of Russian citizens who are ing legally in two rooms of a relatively astronomical heights socially excluded." Their ex- communal apartment, where in Sochi, the family would be istence, he says, is a symbol of they had to share thebath and able to make a go of things. a "modern, super-corrupt and kitchen with another family. Giventhe state's attention to the non-democratic Russia where They needed money badly. Yer- $50 biihon Olympic pro]ect, he vitally needed interests of the makova said it was for medical says, the least it can do is help population mean nothingto the treatment for Braiko's back. out those who are suffering in

occupy two teeny rooms, with a authorities." total of one window, in an ille-

But Braiko wrecked the cab and had to pay ruinous damages. They couldn't renew the registration and lost the apartment. Unable to afford anything else, they landed in the rooms abovethe garage, illuminated by a light bulb hanging from the ceiling. There is a long tradition in Russia of the state providing for its citizens — who are expected

R u ssia, that's a

ernment employee — from a police officer on up — can involve a glance at the propiska.

Standing Committee — the

apartment.

reaucratic web that is supposed SergeI Braiko, 12, and hIs brother, Vladimir BraIko, 14, shown on

party control and keeps formation from leaders notified eign diplomats and journalof the decision. They said the ists under surveillance. State allegations against Liang in- security officials' names and volved corruption as well as comments almost never aphis ties to Zhou, whose former pear in the media. portfolio induded the MinisBefore retiring in Novemtry of State Security. ber 2012, Zhou was one of On Friday, the Beijing gov- nine men on the Politburo anghad been replaced but did party's top decision-making not say what had happened to body—andheadedthe comhim. Questions about Liang mittee that oversees China's sent to the city's press office courts, police and other arms by fax Thursday were not of domestic security. In his answered. five years in those two posts, But aformer securit y of- he accumulated considerficial and a policy adviser to able clout as the party made party leaders, both speaking maintaining social stability a on the condition of anonym- top priority and devoted ever ity, said senior officials had gieater resourcesto the secu-

unlicensed cab. For a stiff fee, the family managed to obtain temporary registration, which is supposed to be for transient workers, and moved into an

ter sports metropolis right next door, lost their place in the bu-

State Security, was taken into

Russian-built car to drive as an

physical dislocations that came with the construction of a win-

rain: The Ministry of State Security and its local bureaus

Liang Ke, director of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of

Braiko's health recovered,

and he bought a 10-year-old

They sold their share in the

its shadow.

apartment. Thinking back, she Sochi does maintain a waitthis: Yermakova and her hus- said it may have been for as a inglist forpublic apartments, in band, Sergei Braiko, effective- little as $5,000. theory. Those at the top of the ly can't get a legal apartment The sale was quick and in- list entered their names on it without registration, and they formal. They neglected to file when this city was still a Soviet can't get registered without a the paperwork that would have resort — before 1991. legal apartment. enabled them to keep their regA year ago, Yermakova went If their paperwork were in istration. They had two sons at to Moscow and began a hunger The catch comes down to

order, there are offices in the city administration that could

the time — a daughter came lat-

or all of Yermakova's post of- help them out. But those officfice salary. es are restricted to assistance

Despiteoppositionfrom China,Obama welcomesDalai Lamato theWhite House —P

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strike. As far as she could tell,

er — and because they weren't no one noticed. "Itwas absolutelegally married they failed to ly useless," she said. "My husregister the boys when they band told me to come home."

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Tribune Washington Bureau

W ASHINGTON —

P r e s-

ident Barack Obama welcomed the Dalai Lama to the White House on Friday, cast-

ing aside familiar objections from China in favor of a private conversation on human rights with the Tibetan spiritu-

al leader. The meeting was the third White House sit-down b e-

tween Obama and the exiled Buddhist monk, and each has

sparked condemnations from Chinese officials who have sought to diminish the influ-

ence of the 78-year-old Nobel Peace laureate.

Charles Dharapak/TheAssociated Pressfile

The Dalai Lama walks out of the WhIte House In WashIngton in February 2010 after meeting wIth PresIdent Barack Obama. Obama hosted the TIbetan spiritual leader agaIn on FrIday.

Chinese authorities consid-

er the Dalai Lama a separatist and have accused his support- state are typically received. ers of "deceiving" people into Still, the Chinese urged setting themselves on fire to Obama to cancel the drop-by protest China's control of Ti- and accused him of interfering bet. Shortly before the meet-

in their affairs.

" Tibet-related affairs f a l l ing, a spokeswoman for China's Foreign Ministry warned entirely within the internal afthat it would "severely impair fairs of China, which allow no China-U.S. relations." foreign interference," Foreign The White House was both Ministry spokeswoman Hua somewhat sensitive to and dis- Chunying said in a statement. missive of the rebuke. The offi- "The Dalai Lama is a political cial responses to the meetings exile who has long been enhave come to have a scripted gaged in anti-China separatist feel. Both China's statement activities under the cloak of and the White House's re- religion."

long been a one of the most

The Dalai Lama has said

Security Council spokeswom- that he is not seeking indepenan Caitlin Hayden. dence for Tibet but "meaningThe meeting was not open ful autonomy for the Tibetan to journalists and only one people that would ensure the photo was provided, taken long-term survival of our Budby the White House photog- dhist culture, our language rapher. As they did in 2011, and our distinct identity." He Obama, in a dark suit, and has long advocated nonviolent the Dalai Lama, in his saffron means of protest. robe, met in the Map Room of Tibet was invaded by Chithe White House, not the Oval nese troops in 1950, and ChiOffice, where foreign heads of na's control of the region has

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STATENEWS

By Hillary Borrud plore whether the city should charge ru-

Bend is updating its growth plan, which will likely call for an expansion of the city limit known in Oregon as the urban growthboundary, or UGB.

ralproperty owners for some ofthe cost

Urban development, such as sewers and

to expand the urban growthboundary and annexthose properties into the city.

new subdivisions, are not allowed outside this limit, and cities mustprove the

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Bend Mayor Jim Clinton wants to ex-

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need for expanded boundaries.

opponents appeal the plan and a con-

"It doesn't seem logical to me that

sultant that the cityplans to hire soon.

existingresidents should finance the entire cost of expanding the UGB and annexing properties in," Clinton said recently. Examples of these costs include

Bend taxpayers should pay some of the cost to plan for the city's future, but not

all of the cost to bring in new properties, Clinton said.

cityplanners' time, attorney costs when

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MAY ELECTION The May20election will serveas aprimaryfor a variety of statewideoffices. Thedeadlineto get onto the ballot isMarch

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• DistrictAttorney Patrick Flaherty isseeking re-election, andBend attorney JohnHummel has alsofiled to runforthe position aswell. • County commissioner seats heldbyTony DeBoneandTammy Baneyare up for election. DeBone, aRepublican, has filed to runagainand faces aprimary challenge from RichardEsterman. Democratand current Bend CityCouncilor Jodie Barramhasannounced she will runfor theposition aswell. • Electionsforassessor, clerkand treasurerwill take place. • District Judge Barbara Haslingerhasannounced she'llretire. Herseat on the benchwill be upfor election. • Afive-year localoption fire levywould taxproperty owners20cents per $1,000in assessed propertyvalue.Thefire departmentcurrently receives acut of $1.18 per $1,000in assessed propertyvalue fromthe city's permanenttax rate of $2.80 per$1,000.

The Bulletin

Instead of seeking rest and relaxation, John Chavez used two weeks of vacation time to

support relief and recovery, traveling to the Philippines only three weeks following Typhoon Haiyan's destruction of the island nation in

Southeast Asia. The typhoon hit in November of last year, killing more than 6,000 people and displacing millions. Chavez, a 35-year-old counselor at Central Oregon Community College, arrived about a month later as part

team with MercyWorks, a Christian relief organization

based in Texas. This wasn't Chavez's first relief trip-

following Haiti's earthquake in 2010, Chavez spent two weeks in the Caribbean nation. Nonetheless, Chavez

said such scenes are impossible to adjust to. "When I got to the Philip-

pines, it was absolute devastation," Chavez said. "The

photos on the news didn't do it justice. The smells and the sounds, seeing palm trees bent over. It was just absolute devastation." Chavez has a point of ref-

CROOK COUNTY • Jim Hensleyisseeking re-election assheriff. •Thecountycommis sion seat held bySethCrawfordis up forelection. Crawford hasfiled to run again. • Electionsforassessor and clerk will takeplace.

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Chavez' knowledge of the nation "helped a great deal, especially with understanding the culture." Unfortunately, the lan-

JEFFERSO NCOUNTY • Commission seats held by MikeAhern and John Haffieldareupfor election. Ahernis seeking re-election;TomBrown and MaeHustonhave filed for the otherseat. • Electionsforsheriffand countyclerkare alsoon

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Volunteer contractors from Aspen Creek Rock Products of Redmond used a block-and-jack system Friday morning to move a boulder, which recently rolled onto the Misery Ridge Trail at Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne. When dislodged, the boulder rolled over the trail, down toward the Crooked River before coming to a rest. Scott Brown, Smith Rock park manager, said Friday that the trail had been reopened and that the boulder had been named "Big J" in honor of one-time employee Jay Walters, who now works at Cove Palisades State Park in Culver.

guage skills Chavez picked up on his first trip were only marginally helpful — there are more than 100 languages spoken on the island, and Chavez was in a different re-

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the tile floor," Jones' attorney, Warren John West, wrote in

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St. Charles Health System

is facing another lawsuit, this time from a woman alleging the Bend hospital was negligent in placing signs to warn of slippery floors. Diana Jones is asking for $600,000 from the hospital, alleging that in February

change to the tile floor, cre-

ating a slippery condition on the complaint filed with the Deschutes County Circuit Court. "Defendant did not

have any warning cones or mopping materials in the area of the tile floor warning

people entering the hospital facility that the tile floor

2011 the hospital failed to

would be slippery." Additionally, the lawsuit

place signs warning of wet

states the hospital was neg-

floors at the place where

ligent in not placing non-slip material at the site Jones fell.

the carpet ended and tile began, according to court documents.

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SASSPARILLA:The Portland indieroots band performs, with The Crux; $12 plus fees in advance, $15 at the door; 8 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122 or www.belfryevents.com. JAZZ ATTHE OXFORD: Featuring vocalist Mary Stallings with Mel Brown, Ed Bennett and Tony Pacini; $49 plus fees; 8:15 p.m.; The Oxford Hotel,10 N.W. Minnesota Ave., Bend; 541-382-8436 or www. jazzattheoxford.com. CHANCE MCKINNEY: The Seattle country and Southern rock artist performs; $7 plus fees; 9-11:30 p.m.; Maverick's Country Bar & Grill, 20565 Brinson Blvd., Bend; 541-325-1886 or www. maverickscountrybar.com. THE MODERNGRASS:The Canadian roots-folk-bluegrass band performs; free; 9 p.m.; Blue Pine Kitchen and Bar, 25 S.W.Century Dr., Bend; 541-389-2558 or www. bluepinebar.com.

SUNDAY TRIO VORONEZH:The Russianfolk bandperforms;SOLD OUT; 2 p.m ., doors open1:15 p.m.; Ridgeview High School, 4555 S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541-350-7222, redmondcca@hotmail.com or

WEDNESDAY TASTE OFTHE TOWN: Featuring samplings from 20 Bend restaurants, live music and silent auction, with beer and wine available for purchase; proceeds benefit Central Oregon younger; noon-1 p.m.; HighDesert Community College Foundation's Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway scholarship program; $25 in 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www. advance, $30 at the door; 6-10 highdesertmuseum.org. p.m.; Mazama Gym, Central "GIDEON'S ARMY":A screening Oregon Community College, 2600 of the 2013 documentary by film N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-318producer and director, Dawn Porter, 3783 or foundationcecocc.edu. followed by a Q-and-A; free; 4-6 "12 YEARS A SLAVE":A p.m.; Central Oregon Community screening of the 2013 film about College, Wille Hall, 2600 N.W. a New York State-born free negro College Way, Bend; 541-383-7412. who waskidnapped and sold into "THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE slavery; $8 plus fees in advance, ZISSOU":A screening of the 2004 $10 at the door; 6:30 p.m.; film directed by Wes Anderson; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W. free; 7 p.m.; The Old Stone,157 Century Drive, Bend; 541-323N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-322- 1881 or www.volcanictheatrepub. 7273 or www.bit.ly/WAnders. com. HELEN GILLET: TheNew Orleans "A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S cellist performs; $15; 7 p.m.; DREAM":The Mountain View String Theory Music,1291 N.W. drama department performs Wall St., Bend; 541-678-0257, William Shakespeare's classic stringtheorystudios@gmail.com or play about star-crossed lovers; www.stringtheorymusicbend.com. $5; 7 p.m., doors open 6:15 p.m.; HUNTINGFILM TOUR: A screening Mountain View High School, 2755 N.E. 27th St., Bend; 541-355of films about the hunting experience; $10; 7p.m., doors open 4489 or www.bend.k12.or.us/ mvhs. 6 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-678- "FOOTLOOSE THEMUSICAL": 3548 or www.volcanictheatrepub. The Redmond High School com. drama department presents its MARK RUSSELL:The comedian winter musical; $12, $10seniors and political satirist performs; $35- in advance; $15, $12seniors at $40, plus fees; 7:30 p.m., doors the door; $8 students; 7 p.m.; open 6:30 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 Redmond HighSchool,675 S.W. N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 Rimrock Way; 541-923-4800 or or www.towertheatre.org. www.rhs.redmond.k12.or.us.

p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881 or www.volcanictheatrepub.com. HONOR FLIGHTSPAGHETTI FEED:A fundraiser to send WWII veterans to Washington, D.C.; proceeds benefit Honor Flights of Eastern Oregon; $10 donation; 4-6 p.m.; Jake's Diner, 2210 N.E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; 541-390-9932. TRIO VORONEZH: The Russian folk band performs; $60 for season ticket, $25 for students younger than18; 6:30 p.m., doors open 5:45 p.m.; Ridgeview High School,4555 S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541350-7222,redmondcca©hotmail.

com or www.redmondcca.org. THE MODERNGRASS:The Canadian roots-folk-bluegrass band performs; $5-$10 donation; 7 p.m., doors open 6 p.m.; String Theory Music,1291 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-678-0257, stringtheorystudios@gmail.com or www.stringtheorymusicbend.com. DIEGO'SUMBRELLA: The San Francisco gypsy-rock band performs; $8 plus fees in advance, $10 at the door; 9 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881 or www. volcanictheatrepub.com.

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OREGON ENCYCLOPEDIA HISTORY NIGHT:Featuring "The Dam Fiasco at Bull Flat: A Look Back at the 1913-1914 Tumalo Project"; free; 7 p.m., doors open 6 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www. mcmenamins.com.

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ac e we sitereme sou t overtime and every • Secretary of State Kate Brown prepares working single day since we detected to get it up and running," a funding request for security contractor this Green said. "First thing we

session for two more weeks, Buckley said, so it will likely go to the Emergency Board in May.

have to do is make sure we Officials have said the incan get it up securely. I think cident has been reported to The Associated Press nance records since the hack- the only thing that would be law enforcement. An email to SALEM — Secretary of ing was discovered Feb. 4. more frustrating than the cur- website users informed them S tate Kate Brown h a s i n - Officials have said little about rent situation is if we put it up that all passwords have been formed the Oregon Legis- what information was com- prematurely and then experi- reset, and they'll have to pick lature that she'll be asking promised or when the website enced additional problems." a new one once the systems for money to hire a security will work, but they insist perRep. Peter Buckley, D-Ash- come back online.People contractor to fix her website, sonal information is safe. The land, who co-chairs the bud- who use the same password which was taken offline after hackersdid notgain access to get committee, said Brown for other services were adhackers broke in. the state's central voter regis- told him that she's hired a vised to change those access B rown's o f f ice h i r e d a tration database, officials say. security contractor to fix the codes as well. contractor to review secuGreen declined again Fri- vulnerabilities and may need The agency said that bank rity upgrades and another day to say when the website to hire one more. Buckley said account numbers for politito help manage an expect- might return or whether the he's unsure how much money cal committees are encrypted flood of phone calls from public can be assured of hav- will be needed, but Brown has ed, but users were advised of website users, said Tony ing access to campaign fi- told him it would be relatively steps they can take to monitor Green, a spokesman for the nance information before the small. their credit and identity. "It's n ot going to be a secretaryof state's office.He primary election in May or loGreen said one of the consaid he didn't immediately cal elections next month. The mind-blowing cost," Buckley tractors was hired to deal have information about the office has suspended fines sard. with expected phone calls contractors. for businesses that are late in The funding request prob- after that email went out. He Brown's office has cut off paying annual fees. ably won't be ready for the didn't immediately know how "We have been literally full Legislature, which is in many calls had come in. access to the state's business By Jonathan J. Cooper

registry and campaign fi-

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Alex Pajunas I The Daily Astorian

The Necanlcum River on Wednesday flows north past the North

Coast Land Conservancy's Circle Creek Habitat Reserve south of

Montgomery is said to

ities say four Oregon teenagers accused of shooting a fellow high school student with a BB gun and carving a swastika into his forehead had spent an evening sketching out ideas for torturing him.

have told the alleged victim

According to an affidavit filed Feb. 10, the attack went

Seaside. Waters rose on Monday above the rlver's banks, flooding land ln the reserve.

A changedlandscape helps with flood issue

as planned, until they released the 16-year-old boy to pull cash from an ATM. He fled to a nearby store instead and called police. The teen told investigators he was lured to the shed by 15-year-ol d Jenna Montgomery. There, he said 15-yearold Blue Kalmbach shot him

with a BB gun andused abox By Ted Shorack

water that crossed the highThe Daity Astorian way was in a section of highSEASIDE — The partial re- way where flooding was unmoval of a berm last summer usual and indicates just how along the Necanicum River much rain felL is being deemed a success The flood mitigation projby project partners after the ect got underway in June recent heavy rainfall caused and focused on taking out the river to spill over in areas sections of a man-made berm south of Seaside on Monday. that was created in the 1960s W ater from the r iver i n to protect pastureland from undated the h i storic f l ood flooding.

plain to the west instead of About 15,000 cubic yards causing U.S. Highway 101 to of dirt were removed during be impassable, which winter the excavation project. Ristorms had routinely done in parian shrubs along the rivthe past. er were transportedto other The Oregon Department of areas within the Circle Creek Transportation briefly closed Habitat Reserve to continue the highway near the junc- being part of the ecosystem. tion with U.S. Highway 26 The 364-acre site belongs to Monday morning, because NCLC, which will plant nawater on the r oad reached tive shrubs and trees as part as high as 12 inches. But of its plan to restore the land that flooding is considered to its former state. to be unrelated to the section Clatsop County, ODOT and routinely plagued further NCLC partnered to complete north near the Circle Creek the morethan $700,000 projC ampground, which h a d ect in September. The Port only a skim of water on the of Astoria and nearby cities highway. also collaborated. In 2011, a "That is an area that always hydrological study was conflooded first and cleared last, ductedand funded by ODOT so the duration of this flood and local governments to deevent was reduced greatly," termine how to fix the probsaid Larry McKinley, ODOT lematic flooding that often area manager for the region. results from a combination of McKinley said most of the precipitation and high tide.

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cutter to cut the swastika. A similar attack was portrayed in th e 2009 World

War II movie "Inglourious Basterds."

The alleged victim attended high school with Montgomery, where she's said to have asked him to hang out after school. They walked behind a house nearby, according to the affidavit, and Montgomery led him to a shed in the backyard. Waiting inside were Kalmbach, 17-year-old Jess Taylor and a 14-year-old boy. "Mr. Taylor stated that he

she wanted a skateboard, and the 14-year-old boy demanded money. They allowed the teen to leave, and

he ran to an automotive shop, where he told employees to

call police. Authorities found the four alleged assailants in a home a half-mile from the shed. Attorneys for the teens could not i m mediately be

reached.

the school — one student was

headed to an alternative high school and the rest had spotty attendance records.

"They had basically cho-

sen not to attend," Bier said. "We were trying to reel them

back in, but they were really not having it."

trict attorney Chris Ramras wrote in the affidavit, "and

attack.

assisted by writing down several ideas." Kalmbach allegedly pointed a gun — later identified as

him that the five teenagers

Bier said investigators told

a BB gun — at the victim and told him to take off his shirt.

were all friends at one point, but had a falling out. He said the alleged victim initially was lured to the shed with a promise of drugs and sex.

The alleged victim told

A Portland Police Bureau

investigators that when he complied, Kalmbach shot

report that Bier referred to

him in the chest, the groin

was not available Friday. Authorities have not comment-

and one of his hands. Then

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surance agentsand community groups havebeenable to enroll about 700 people in health coverageentirely online. Chief Information Officer Aaron Karjala revealedthe number to astate legislative committee on Friday. CoverOregon launched its website for a limited group of experts earlier this week,morethan four months after it was originally scheduled to beoperational. There's still no datefor whenthe system will launch to thegeneral public. Karjala says developers are regularly testing and fixing elements of thesystem. Individuals working without an agent or certified expert cancontinue to apply, but Cover Oregon staff will have to process aportion of their application by hand. Medfnl'd teaCherS Strike —Both sides in a two-week Medford teachers strike areconfirming they havereacheda tentative agreement to endthewalkout in southern Oregon's largest school district. Teachers' union representatives reportedly confirmed the deal late Friday night. Earlier in theevening, School District Superintendent Phil Long said the district had giventhe Medford Education Association a final draft of a tentative pact. Nodetails will be releaseduntil teachers have a chance to bebriefed onthe agreement. Thestrike beganFeb. 6, sidelining morethan 500 teachers. The district has morethan13,000 students, making it the eighth largest in thestate. Classes resumed with substitute teachersand half-day schedules onFeb.11. Issues have included working conditions, early-retirement benefits andsalaries.

ODOTWOrker SuSpeCted in theft — Policearrested astate Department of Transportation dispatch supervisor andherformer intern in connection with aschemeinvolving falsified time cards. The Oregon State Police says40-year-old Sarah Erickson, of Albany, wastaken into custody Thursdayand herex-intern, 24-year-old Katherine Ficker, of Springfield, wasarrested Friday. Theagency says the schemeinvolved Ficker being paid as a temporary employee for work shedidn't do and then shifting moneyback to Erickson. Thepayments aresaid to have totaled more than$10,000. Erickson andFicker were bookedinto the Marion County Jail on suspicion of aggravatedtheft. Erickson is also suspected of official misconduct, while Fickerwas accused offorgery. The alleged crimesaresaid to haveoccurred between August 2012and June 2013.

COOS Bay gaSeXpOrt terminal — PlannersoftheJordanCove Energy Project havereceived Canadianapproval to export natural gas from Canadato the United States. The OKfrom the Canadian National Energy Boardis just one ofmanyhurdles developers mustclear before building a plant in CoosBaythat would be usedto chill gas for export as a liquid to Asia.Theproject led by Calgary-based VeresenInc. still needs aDepartment of Energy license to sendgas to countries that don't have freetrade agreements with the United States, such asIndia and Japan. It also must passenvironmental muster. Hatfield Statue —The OregonHousevoted Friday to pull a statue of Oregon pioneerJason Leefrom a prominent place inthe U.S. Capitol and replace it with one ofMark Haffield, the influential Oregonpolitician and World War IIveteran whodied in 2011at the ageof 89. Lee, a19th century missionary andfounder of the school that becameWilamette University, is depicted in one ofOregon's two statues in thehalls of Congress, but Hatfield supporters said anewstatue would showcase Oregon to thenation in a"new era." Opponents questioned theprocess and the timing of thechange. "Mark Haffield was agreat man," said Rep. Carolyn Tomei,D-Milwaukie. "But I'm very concernedabout the process — that nooneelsewas considered except Senator Hatfield." Dufur rOOSter —Thefamily of a 5-year-old girl in the small Columbia RiverGorgetown of Dufur is fighting to keepher rooster. Ayla Macnab bought the rooster, Dallas, withher own moneyand hasbeen preparing to showhim at a 4HClub event. But arecent noisecomplaint brought a letter from thecity saying the rooster had togo. Ayla's mother, Jill Macnab,saidshehopedthe city would makean exception. She says theonly complaint camefrom someonewho lives two blocks away. Thefamily has askedfor a meeting with a nuisanceabatement officer. Eugene Stadium —A nonprofit group has beengiven achance to save Eugene'sCivic Stadium, but there's skepticism it can raise $3million in the next six months to renovatethe Depression-era ballpark. The School Board haschosen aproposal from the Friends of Civic Stadium over proposals to tear downthe structure to make wayfor a FredMeyer supermarket andshopping center or for a YMCAand housing. TheCity Council put up the$4.5 million purchaseprice — onthe condition that the nonprofit raise $3 million for rehabilitating the former homeof the minor leagueEmeralds. Thenonprofit set out in November to raise money, hoping to hit $1 million in afew weeks. Asof Thursday, the fundraiser hadattracted "just under $200,000," said Dennis Hebert, president of Friends ofCivic Stadium. — From wire reports

He said the 3,000-student

school has not experienced more students seeking counseling since the alleged

swastika into the alleged vic-

COVer Oregnnanlnllmnnt —ACoverOregon official says in-

The three who are 15 and

older have been charged as adults. They each face about 20 counts, ranging from kidnapping to robbery and assault. The 14-year-old boy will be prosecuted in juvenile court per Oregon criminal law. John Bier, principal of David Douglas High School in southeast Portland, said Friday the alleged attackers and their supposed victim were "only vaguely involved" with

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law, so all who question or oppose it should just give up and follow the law.

In my view, that is a ridiculous

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statement to make. As I read his words, the television was blaring out

changes, things are alright and we should remain

change No. 24 that President Barack Obama had made to the law.

most popular radio talk show host has repeatedly said, "the ACA has never been about healthcare. It has

always been about accruing power at the federal level." I tend to agree with that assertion, if only because

we are seeing our healthcare system disintegrating before our eyes. In addition, there is no reason to believe that the act's primary selling point,more healthcare coverage for

more people,has much chance of succeeding. Liberals like to cherry-pick some of the ACA benefits like 26 year-olds into effect January 1920. It affect- staying on their parents plan, waived everyone in the U.S. who was of ing pre-existing conditions, and othdrinking age and reached into the er laudable goals to justify its worthilives of almost as many people as ness. If the act is to succeed, it cannot does the ACA. While Prohibition end up having just as many people began with some honest intentions, uncovered as before. It is only a it eventually went down in flames in m atter oftim ebeforewe see further December 1933, as the only Consti- damage to healthcare system when tutional amendment ever repealed bigger companies begin tackling the in our history. The many unintend- question of should they even offer ed consequencesof Prohibition are healthcare to their employees at all. legion. Some of them were good but So Mr. Almquist, I absolutely rem any were very harmful to oursoci- ject your premise that the ACA is ety — not the least of which was the settled law. I also reject your asserrise of gangsterism and black-mar- tion that opponents should just lay

Is Mr. Almquist not being a bit

silent.

disingenuous'? He would have the reader believe that as long as the president makes the changes,things are alright and we should remain silent. After all, the president knows what is best for all of us. It is for that

reason that we who believe the ACA is not good law should speak up against it anywhere we can. The concept the liberals peddle of set law does not reflect what the Constitution is all about. There are

processes cited in our Constitution that permit lawful changes to estab-

lished laws. But the Congress has a role in changing laws that they passed. Should this very far-reaching and intrusive law flow only on ket activities. the whim of the president? That is a At this point in the life of the ACA, very bad precedent to start, particu- we are only beginning to see some larly when the ACA was passed with of the potential unintended conseno support from the conservatives quences. Some are masked from and current polls showing sagging view, mostly because of the many support from the people. changes the president has made. It One only needs to look at the his- seems only logical that those who do tory of Prohibition in the United States. The 18th Amendment went

back and accept it. If we did that, our Constitution would never have

changed,leaving women with no right to vote, African Americans with a lesser status, no federal in-

come tax, and presidents able to run for office forever. Law is never set-

not support the ACA should make

tled, especially when it proves to be a very bad law.

their voices heard. As one of the

— David Blahnih lives in Bend.

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Climate change can't be understood as settled science t repeat: I'm not a global warming believer. I'm not a global warm'ng denier. I've long believed that it cannot be good for humanity to be spewing tons of carbon dioxide

lowed for 25 years — that mammo-

into the atmosphere. I also believe that those scientists who pretend to

or surgery. So much for settledness.

know exactly what this will cause in

grams may have no effect on breast

cancer deaths. Indeed, one out of five of those diagnosed by mammogram receives unnecessary radiation, chemo And climate is less well understood

CHARLES

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the winter." How inconvenient.But we've been

made their cause a matter of fealty and faith. For folks who pretend to be

here before. Hurricane Sandy was made the poster child for the alleged increased frequency and strength of "extreme weather events," like

brave carriers of the scientific ethic,

hurricanes.

wrath be kindled against you, and he shut up the heaven,that there be no

Nonsense. Sandy wasn't even a hurand John Chrisly write. ricane when it hit the U.S. Indeed, in all Settled? Even the U.K.'s nation- of 2012, only a single hurricane made al weatherservice concedes there's U.S. Iandfall. And 2013 saw the fewest been no change — delicately called a Atlantic hurricanes in 30 years. In fact, "pause" — in global temperature in in the last half-century, one-third few15 years. If even the raw data is recal- er major hurricanes have hit the U.S. citrant, let alone the assumptions and than in the previous half-century. underlying models, how settled is the None of this is dispositive. It doesn't science? settle the issue. But that's the point. It Last Friday, Obama ostentatiously mocks the very notion of settled scivisited drought-stricken California. ence, which is nothing but a crude Unsurprisingly, he blamed dimate attempt to silence critics and delegitichange. Here even The New York mize debate. As does the term"denier" Times gagged, pointing out that far — an echo of Holocaust denial, confrombeing supported by the evidence, temptibly suggesting the malevolent "the most recent computer projections rejection of an established historical spheric scientists Richard McNider

than breast cancer. If dimate science propagandists. is settled, why do its predictions keep "The debate is settled," asserted pro- changing? And how is it that the pagandist in chief Barack Obama in great physicist Freeman Dyson, who his latest State of the Union address. did some climate research in the late "Climate change is a fact." Really? 1970s, thinks today's dimate-change There is nothing more anti-scientific Cassandras are hopelesslymistaken'? than the very idea that science is setThey deal with the fluid dynamics tled, static, impervious to challenge. of theatmosphere and oceans, argues Take a non-dimate example. Dyson, ignoring the effect of biology, It was long assumed that mam- vegetation and topsoil. Further, their mograms help reduce breast cancer predictions rest on models they fall in deaths. This fact was so settled that love with: "You sit in front of a computObamacarerequires every insurance er screenfor 10 yearsand you startto plan to offer mammograms (for free, think of your model as being real." noless). Not surprisingly, these models have Now we learn from a massive ran- been "consistently and spectacularly suggest that as the world warms, Cal- truth. domized study — 90,000 women fol- wrong" in their predictions, atmo- ifornia should get wetter, not drier, in Climate-change proponents have 20, 30 or 50 years are white-coated

there's more than a tinge of religion in their jeremiads. If you whore after other gods, the Bible tells us, "the Lord's rain, and that the land yield not her

fruit" (Deuteronomy 11). Sounds like California. Except that today, there's a new god, the Earth

Mother. And a new set of sins — burning coal and driving a fully equipped F-150.

But whoring is whoring, and the gods must be appeased. So if California burns, you send your high priest (in a carbon-belching Air Force One, but never mind) to the bone-dry land to offer up, on behalf of the repentant

congregation, a $1 billion burnt offering called a"climate resilience fund." Ah, settled science in action. — Charles Krauthammeris a columnist for The Washington Post.


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BITUARIES

Suspect in tribal shooting

said to be target of probe

DEATH NoTIGEs JudithYvonne Carlson Betty Jean Watson, of Redmond Sept. 2, 1930 - Feb. 20, 2014 Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds is honored to serve the family. Please visit the online registry at www.niswonger-reynolds. com 541-382-2471 Services: A graveside service will be held on February 28, 2014 at 2:00 pm at Greenwood Cemetery in Bend, OR. Contrlbutions may bemade to:

Hospice of Redmond, 732 SW 23rd St., Redmond, OR 97756.

James "Tip" Hollon, of Prineville June 20, 1956 - Feb. 19, 2014

Arrangements: Autumn FuneralsRedmond (541-504-9485) www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A service will be held at a later date, to be announced later. Contributionsmay be made to:

St. Charles Hospice, of Prineville, OR.

Larry Elon Grater Aug.4,1951 te Feb.14,2014 L arry has m o ve d o n t o e ternal l i f e w i t h h i s b e loved wife, Claire, and his parents, Dorothy and Guy G rater, w h o ha v e pr e ceded him. Larry was a 21-year vete ran o f t he US N ava l Forces and retired h onorably serving as Chief Petty Officer RM1. L iving i n San Di eg o , L arry w as a di e-h a r d Chargers fan to the end. Larry r etired t o Y a r n ell, AZ, where he enjoyed list ening to t h e r a i n d u r i n g monsoon s e ason, s p ending time w it h hi s b r other,

Oct. 9, 1939- Feb. 17, 2014 Judith Y v o nn e C a r l son, b orn O ctober 9 , 1 9 3 9 i n Yakima, Washington, w as t he oldest daughter of Bu rel Scott and V i rginia Tea Scott. A w o m an of gr e a t humor,

courage and nacity

te-

passed

away Febr uary 1 7 , 2014, at 10 Judy Carlson a.m. Ever faithful, sh e w a s d r e ssed and ready t o g o to her F amily H om e E v e G r o u p that afternoon. A m e mber extraordinaire of t he Church of Jesus Christ of L atter D a y Sai n t s , s h e s erved i n a mu l t i t ude o f c allings an d t r a v eled o n t wo church m i ssions with h er husband, T err y C a r l son. S he raised her f iv e c h ildren in the gospel and no matter the dkfficulty or her own i n f i r m i ties s h e at t ended a l l h er chu r c h meetings and family events as a brhlliant example to all who knew her. S he is s u r vived b y h e r e ternal c o m p anion, T e r rance Carlson; her s isters, P atty S i mmons a n d S u e Murphy; h e r dau g h t ers, S tephanie ( B r i an ) G r a n t ,

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ALTURAS, Calif. — The

home on the tribe's land in Ce-

the headquarters building in the rural northeastern Cali-

darville 15miles from Alturas.

fornia community of Alturas.

Penn said he drove into Alturas on T h ursday with

woman who police say killed three family members and a worker at the headquarters building for an Indian tribe that was evicting her and her

It's unclear precisely when the Rhoades, and she dropped shooting began, but in quick him off at a cousin's home besuccession Davis, 50; Rhoad- fore going to tribal headquares' niece, Angel Penn, 19; her ters. He later heard about the nephew,Glenn Calonicco,30; shooting.

son from its land was the tar-

and Shelia Lynn Russo, 47,

"All I heard was there was

get of a federal investigation were killed. into at least $50,000 in missInvestigators were looking ing tribal funds, according to into whether the embezzleauthorities. ment allegations spurred the Investigators say they have tribe's efforts to evict Rhoadbeen looking into whether es, but had not established Cherie Lash Rhoades took any definitive motive, Alturas federalgrantmoneymeant for Police Chief Ken Barnes said the Cedarville Rancheriatribe Friday. "If we could confirm or she once led, a person familiar with the tribe's situation said deny that, it would help me Friday. The person spoke only toward a motive," Barnes said. on condition of anonymity. Eviction from tribal housR hoades recently w a s ing is among the most serious

some shooting, and my sister and brother were dead," he

said with a shrug. His sister was Penn, and his brother Calonicco. "I've gotten over

worse." The fourth victim, Russo, was a t r ibal administrator,

who managed evictions and had two teenagers, said her mother, Linda Stubblefield, of

Taft, Calif. Davis' two daughters were wounded, police sald.

One was alert and talking. dians. One of Rhoades' neph- The other remained in critical

ousted as chairwoman of the 35-member tribe that includes

punishments for American In-

many of her relatives.

ews, Jason Penn, said Davis was behind the effort.

condition, Barnes said.

recently launched an effort to fix the growth plan more quickly. Principal Planner Brian

Builders Association, said he generally supports the idea of beginning to work on annexation agreements now, in or-

Rankin said recently he is

der to speed up the process of

Barnes added that young "Her brother drove her too children were also inside the other tribal members were far," Penn said as he stood in building and on the property attending a meeting involving the front yard of Rhoades' when the shootingbegan. On Thursday afternoon, her brother, Rurik Davis, and

UGB Continued from B1 Rural property owners already have to pay for ur-

Bend, OR 97708

just beginning to explore the expandingthecityboundary. "I've been advocating that extension of sewer lines and concept Clinton proposed, streets, when they apply to but "it's potentially a great we should be working on be annexed into the city. An- funding source for planning annexation stuff at the same nexation is a separate pro- activities." time we're working on the "Right now, city taxpayers UGB, because it's going to cess, which occurs after the urban growth boundary has are paying for a UGB expan- save a lot of time and energy been extended to encompass sion," Rankin said. "There and shorten the time to exa property. are some people that think, pand the UGB," High said. As State officials in 2010 re- is the city in the business of for whether the builders assojected the last version of the making landowners rich? ciation will support a specific city's plan to expand the And if somebody's making annexation agreement, that UGB by approximately 8,500 a windfall by city action, depends largely on how much acres, and since then, city shouldn't they pay for that?" the city would ask property planners have been chipping Andy High, staff v i ce owners to pay, High said. away at some of the problems president of government af— Reporter: 541-617-7829, the state identified. The city fairs for the Central Oregon hborrud@bendbulletin.com b an services, such as t h e

Shelly (Dan) Schroeder, and Debra Ann Whitehouse; and her sons, M arcus ( K aren) Franck, Matthew (Christine) Franck, Eric (Mona) Carlson

son. She leaves 43 grandchildren and 27 great-grandc hildren, with o n e o n t h e way. She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Kerry Carlson; and a g r a n dson, Brodie Grant. A column in the newspaC alvin (Guy) an d w i f e , per cannot begin to convey t he depth of t h e l ov e h er S ue, at th e A m e r ican L e family and friends hold for gion Hall. this dear wife, mother, sisBorn and r aised in R e dm ond, OR , L a r r y w a s a ter, f r i e nd , g r a n dmother, misbeloved son, father, grand- great-grandmother, father, u n c l e to man y s ionary a n d d a u g hter o f God. nieces and n ephews, and We will celebrate our love brother, to Naomi Earp of for her 4:00 p.m. Saturday, Redmond, OR, Calvin Guy F ebruary 22, 2014, at t h e Grater of Yarnell, AZ, and S haron B ean o f M a d r a s, Church of Jesus Christ of L atter D a y S a i nt s S t a k e OR. No services will be held. Center, 2555 Shevlin Park L arry h a s r e q u ested h i s Road in Bend, Oregon. We will all m iss you and ashes be spread on a hill in San Diego, over looking look forward to holding you again soon. the Pacific Ocean. B aird F u neral H o m e o f Larry w ould l ik e hi s entire family to know "I l o v e B end is i n c h a rg e o f a r all of you and wish yoht all rangements. 5 4 1 -382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com the best".

The Associated Press

Rhoades' potential eviction at

Phone: 541-617-7825

Stacy (Richard) Runyan,

and Michael (Robin) Carl-

By Jeff Barnard and Justin Pritchard

DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deathsof note from around theworld:

Toshiko d'Elia, 84:

Sh e

emerged from the destitution

of postwar Japan to achieve renown in the United States as a marathon runner, taking up

the sport at44duringthe 1970s, when few older women were doing so. Died Wednesday in Allendale, N.J. Robert Fresco, 83: An Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, who began his career as a writer of horror pictures. Along with his co-producer, Denis Sanders, Fresco won an Oscar in 1969 for the documentary short

"Czechoslovakia 1968," which chronicled a half-century of Czech history, culminating in the Prague Spring uprising of 1968. — From wire reports

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on a day in our clinic," said Chavez, who has training in disaster relief medicine. "My role was giving a lot of injections, for things like tetanus, polio and measles." In addition to working in a clinic beside other relief groups, MercyWorks traveled to a more rural area. "It was about 45 minutes out from the clinic, and even

FEATUREDOBITUARY

though it had been a month, we werethefirstresponders,"

Stepovichobbied I for Alaskan statehood,supported byNixon By William Yardley New Yorh Times News Service

Mike Stepovich, the last presidentially appointed governor of the Territory of Alas-

ka, who helped lobby the U.S. Congress for statehood, died

Feb. 14 in San Diego. He was 94. The cause was complica-

tions of a fall, his daughter Antonia Gore said. Stepovich bridged Alaska's past and future, and not just politically. In the late 1890s, his father, Marko, a m i ner

chasing the Klondike gold rush, traveled from his native Yugoslavia to a frontier then

called the District of Alaska. Decades later, the miner's first son had become a lawyer

in the growing city of Fairbanks, a representative in the

legislature of the Territory of Alaska and, in 1957, at age 38, the governor of the territory,

appointed by a fellow Republ ican, President Dwight D . Eisenhower.

on Capitol Hill, where he was margin in the Senate to 64-34. one of the effort's most visible Stepovich ran unsuccessfully faces. for governor in 1962, losing a His diplomacy, persistent close race to the incumbent, but warm, was widely credit- William Egan, with whom he ed with helping to build con- had lobbied for statehood a sensus. On June 9, 1958, with few years earlier. In 1966, he momentum toward statehood lost in the Republican primary peaking, his portrait appeared for governor to Walter Hickel, on thecover of Time maga- who was elected that fall (and zine along with an illustration w ho later became secretary of of a totem pole. the interior under Nixon). On June 30, Congress apMike A nthony Stepovich proved a bill granting Alaska was born in Fairbanks on statehood. Eisenhower signed March 12, 1919, the only child it on July 7. A month later, Ste- of Marko and Olga Stepovich. povich resigned. But he did He moved to Oregon with not lose interest in politics. his mother after his parents With Alaska set to become separated. a state in January 1959, five He graduatedfrom Gonmajor offices in Alaska were zaga University in Spokane, in play in a special election Wash., in 1941. (His daughter that November: two Senate Nada was a star volleyball seats, a House seat, the gov- player at Gonzaga, where she ernorship and the post of sec- met John Stockton, a basketretary of state. The only one ball star there and later, an that Republicans believed they NBA player. They married, could win was a Senate seat, and their son, David, now because Stepovich was seek- plays basketball for Gonzaingit. ga.) Stepovich received a law

Stepovich's most memoraVice President Richard Nixble achievement in office was on spent three days in Alaska that he worked himself out of speaking on his behalf. Inteit. rior Secretary Fred Seaton For years, many Alaskans stayed two weeks. Republiresisted statehood, uncertain cans emphasized that Stepothat they wanted the federal vich was 39, with a long, preinvolvement that came with it, sumably bright future, while and plenty of members of Con- his Democratic opponent, Ergress were uncertain about nest Gruening, was 71. adding to the federal governDespite t h e Re p ublican ment's responsibilities with a push, Democrats swept all 49th state. But Stepovich lob-

of the offices — the Stepo-

biedforthecauseacrossAlas- vich-Grueningrace was the ka and elsewhere, particularly closest — increasing their

degree from Notre Dame in 1943. After serving in th e U.S. Navy, he returned to Fair-

banks to practice law and served in the territorial House

and Senate, where he was minority leader and fought Democratic efforts to raise taxes on

mining, fishing and logging. After his political career ended in the 1960s, he continued to practice law in Fairbanks

until moving back to Oregon in 1978.

CourtesyJohn Chavez

Chavez said.

Central Oregon Community College counselor JohnChavez

Foster said bodies weren't a rare sight, but there were

traveled to the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, where he saw the devastation wrought by Mother Nature. In 2010,

less obvious problems, too.

Chavez also visited Haiti, working to restore a semblance of

One group of young villagers

normalcy to another ravaged island nation.

w eren't ableto sleep forfearof violence from prisoners who

abandoned aprison destroyed students I work with to get in-

something that would have

in the storm.

volved in their community."

been fatal if it wasn't operated

Foster is less modest in describing Chavez' role. He recounted the story of a young boy and his father Chavez helped evaluate at the clinic.

on," Foster said. "I don't know how else to put it, but I'm a believer, and that was a God-

"They would just walk around all night with flashlights," Foster said. "We just tried t o g i v e t h em encouragement."

thing for me." Chavez said he would do it

again and is thankful his suwork as "inspiring," not- to show the medical team pervisors at the college were ing one time his colleague his son's swollen testicle, but willing to let him go during a fell asleep from exhaustion Chavez recommended the busytime of the year. "This sounds small, but the while working with medical childreceive furthertreatment records. after noticing the swelling last day, in front of the hospi"Some people are there to while administering a shot. tal, aline of streetlights finally tag along, but he was always, Soon afterward, the child turned on," Chavez said. "That always working," Foster said. received surgical treatment was, if nothing else, a sign of hope." Chavez said, "For me, it's from a Chinese relief team. "It's not about saying I did this or s omething t h a t —Reporter: 541-633-216O, that, it's about inspiring the wouldn't have gone away, tleeds@bendbullettn.com Foster described Chavez'

Suit

The father was embarrassed

were caused by her own fail- as the personal representaure to "keep and maintain a tive of her mother, Leba DorContinued from B1 proper and reasonable look- say, who was 48 when she It also claims that she expe- out for her own safety" and died while under the care of rienced "stiffness, tightness, "towalk in a safe and reason- workers at St. Charles Bend, loss of range and motion of able manner in observance following surgery to have a both shoulders and a r ms, of her surroundings and any spinal fusion procedure on susceptibility to re-injury of conditions created by the her neck. Tony Radmilovich both arms and shoulders" and weather." is suing for $5.94 million and "physical pain and mental Attorneys for both parties alleging that following a back suffering." appeared in court Thursday operation in November 2011, Jones is asking for $100,000 and set a trial date for Aug. 12. hospital staff attempted to in damages to cover hospital St. Charles currently faces move him from his hospital bills incurred from medical several lawsuits asking for bed to perform X-rays. He expenses and $500,000 in millions of dollars in dam- saysstaff members failed to noneconomic damages for ages. Among those lawsuits, securehismattress,causing ongoing physical pain and Jesse Rhinehart is suing for him to fall to the floor. medical suffering, as well $18 million in damages, alSt. Charles spokeswomas continued interference in leging doctors at St. Charles an Kayley Mendenhall said normal activities due to the Madras delayed adequate it is the hospital's policy not injuries. care after he broke his leg in a to comment on pending In response, attorneys for rodeo, resulting in its amputa- litigation. St. Charles deny any negli- tion. Haley Luchini is asking — Reporter: 541-383-0376, gence and say Jones' injuries for $1.69 million in damages sking@bendbulletin.com


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Landmark Los Angeles water feature to undergo another transformation By Marisa Gerber Los Angefes Times

OS ANGELES — In one

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memories, Dion Neutra walked out the front door of

his family's Silver Lake home and down to the water's edge. It was the early 1930s, and the

wall around Silver Lake Reservoir was so low that he could fling a fishing line above it and intothe water.

But over the next eight decades, the architect — who trained under his father, Richard Neutra, a master of Modernism who lived and worked

ming laps. Another plan conceived by the Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy would transform the dam betweenIvanhoe and

Silver Lake into an esplanade. The design for the projectwhich conservancy president Craig Collins described as visionary but very preliminary — shows kids playing on a bench and a man jogging along a walkway with views of the water on both sides. Charles Herman-Wurmfeld of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council wrote his owrt

let out a series of loud scoffs and muttered, noh, come on!" During a question-and-answer session at the end of the meeting, Lyle Henry — who

said that although he understands the concerns, he thinks locals need to open up to the

idea of them becoming more of a regional destination. "When you create a beauti-

has lived in a home near the

reservoir for 25 years — raised his hand and said he's concerned about any changes thatcould cause more congestion. Several people clapped, a

ful area, you can't seal it off,u Al Seib / Loa Angeles Times file photo he said. "That's something New open-reservoir regulations are necessitating a change in people psychologically need to Silver Lake, a section of Los Angeles. But neighborhood denizens get used to." seem hard-pressed to find a plan that pleases everyone.

woman shouted, "That's right,"

lion project is complete, the

Once its 18-month, $27 mil-

and a couple of others chimed DWP will have drained Silver removing the black rubber in with, "Amen." Lake and replaced a bypass balls put in place a few years Councilman Mitch O'Far- pipe underneath it. The work, ago to prevent a sunlight-trigrell, who represents some of slated to begin early next year, gered reaction that created the area around the reservoirs, includes draining Ivanhoe and a carcinogen in t h e w ater.

The lost storage space will be replaced by a new underground reservoir near Griffith Park called the Headworks Reservoir.

manifesto, in which he imagout of Silver Lake — watched ines an opened-up area where as the water he loved began to people can get into the water. change. It was drained several He's even asked people with times,and thereservoirshore- other ideas to email him with line was pushed back. At one "Dreaming about a new park" point, a barbed wire-topped in the subject line. fence went up, and it seemed Meanwhile, Neutra, 87, has more off-limits than ever. launched a petition on Neutra. This fortresslike treatment org, where he asks people to was a necessity. It protected help spread the word about the drinking water stored in his plan to build a boardwalk Silver Lake — and inthe small-

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and truck in dirt to make the amount ofwater the reservoir

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an upcoming Los Angeles De-

"I have a lot of hope that this will all work out well," he said.

partment of Water and Power project will disconnect the res-

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federal mandate to phase out

anxiety. Some longtime resi-

open-air reservoirs.Itopensup the possibility of transforming

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COLLEGE BASEBALL

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egon State starting pitcher BenWetzler must sit out the team's first 11 games undera penalty imposed by the NCAA. Wetzler

Wetzler

sought the advice of arepresentative from asports management group following last summer's Major LeagueBaseball amateur draft. The left-

hander wasselected in the fifth round bythe Philadelphia Phillies, but

he ultimately decidedto return to OregonState. Wetzler, whowent 10-1 with a 2.25earned run averagelast season, is eligible to return on March 2. With acareer record of 24-6, he isseven wins shy of theschool record. The NCAAnotified Oregon State in November that it was looking into the matter. Theschool and Wetzler cooperated fully with the investigation, OregonState said in a statement Friday. Wetzler received no compensation from the representative. A university releaseFriday called the punishment"too harsh" given thecircumstances. "Although theevidence wasunclear,

Gero Breioer / The Associated Press

United States skier Mikaela Shiffrin won gold in the women's slalom Friday.

Shiffrin meets her great expectations By David Ramsey The (Colorado Springs, Colo) Gazette

SOCHI, Russia — Mikaela Shiffrin was riding on a chair lift throughthe Rus-

sian mountains on her way to her second slalom run. She's only 18, but she's spent hours envisioning this moment. That's

the NCAA found that

Wetzler's adviser did have prohibited contact and that a violation of the 'spirit' of the NCAA bylaw occurred," said Steve Clark, OSU'svice president for university relations andmarketing. "It was clear from the beginning, however, that there was nointent on the part of BenWetzler to circumvent the rules. He was trying to dothe right thing." The Beavers proposed a penalty of10 percent of the season, half of the NCAA's punishment. "NCAA rulesallowa baseball student-athlete to receive advicefrom a lawyer or agentregarding a proposedprofessional sports contract. Howev-

her thing. She dwells in the future. She realized, sitting on that chair lift

in the present tense, her vision of a gold medal was about to come true. She was overwhelmed. She started weeping.

"This actually might happen and I

don't want to think about if it does," Shiffrin said. "And then it did happen and I don't know what to think. It's hard to put into words how incredible this is." She had just walked into an interview

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Corrigan defend as Ridgeview's George Men-

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"I don't think we quite laid it all on the line the way

• Crook County advances 21 to Class 4A district semifinals,C3 Ments Haugen was due for a breakout game. • Prep scoreboardC3 A matchup Friday night against one of the best guards in Central Oregon did just the trick. "And I thought he did a great Haugen, Mountain V i ew's job." starting junior point guard, The Cougar point guard was led the Cougars to a 61-45 In- solid all night, but it was in the termountain Hybrid boys bas- second half where he shined. ketball win over visiting Rid- After the Ravens' George Mengeview, pouring in a career-high dazona recorded 13 firsthalf 24 points on 7-of-8 shooting. points, Reid and his coaching "I think he personally want- staff challenged Haugen. They ed to show that he was the best told the guard he needed to step guard on the floor," Mountain up defensively. View coach Craig Reid said. See Cougars/C3 The Bulletin

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is considering returning to an NCAAschool, that adviser maynot negotiate on behalf of astudent-athlete or bepresent during discussions of a contract offer, including phone calls, email or in-person conversations. Along with the school, a student-athlete is responsible for maintaining his eligibility," the NCAA

room, wrapped in an American flag. She reigned as Olympic slalom champion.

Photos by Joe Kline/The Bulletin

Mountain View's Ments Haugen, center, drives to the basket around Ridgeview defender Thad Stiles, right, during the second half on Friday night at Mountain View High School. Haugen had a career-high 24 points in a 61-45 win.

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against your rival country, that's a sour taste." — David Backes, C5

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Blazers rally past Jazz Damian Lillard scores 28 points in win, C6.

CORRECTION Astory headlined "One in amillion" that appeared inTuesday's Bulletin on pageC1 contained incorrect information about an event in which Mountain View swimmerBrandon Deckard competedat last Saturday's finals of the Class 5ASpecial District1 championships. Deckard posted atime of 49.95 seconds inthe 100-yard backstroketo seta district record in the event. The Bulletin regrets the error.

PREP SWIMMING: STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Summit uaiies 23 or inas Bulletin staff report GRESHAM — Summit is in ideal position to contin-

ue its reign as boys and girls swimming state champions after closing Friday's preliminary round at the Class 5A state meet with a total of 23 qualifiers for to-

day's finals at Mt. Hood Community College. The Storm boys, two-time defending state champs, qualified 12 entries on Friday morning — by far the most in the 5A field.

Tommy Brewer led the way by posting top preliminary times in the 50-yard freestyle and the 100 breast-

stroke, events he won as a freshman and sophomore, respectively, while setting 5A state records in each.

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freestyle, which the Summit junior won at last year's state meet. Mountain View'sBrandon Deckard, who won the

100 backstroke last year, enters the finals today as the •

No. 2 seed in that event and is in the top position in the

200 freestyle. Deckard also helped the Cougars pick up a No. 1 seed in the 200 medley relay, defeating Summit in the preliminary round by.01 seconds. See Swimming /C3

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NASCAR Daytona500Lineup Afler Thursdayqualitying; race Sunday At DaytonaInternational Speedway DaytonaBeach,Fla. Lap length: 2.5miles (Car numberin parentheses) 1. (3)AustinDilon, Chevrolet,196.019. 2. (78)MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet,195.852. 3. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota,194.574. 4.(11) Denny Hamlin,Toyota,194.477. 5.(5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 194.544. 6.(24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet, 195.042. 7.(9) Marcos Ambrose,Ford, 194.894. 8.(41) KurtBusch,Chevrolet, 194.078. 9.(88) Dale EarnhardtJr., Chevrolet,195.211. 10.(27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 194.919. 11.(98)Josh Wise,Ford, 192.061. 12.(33) BrianScott, Chevrolet, 194.776. 13. (43)AricAlmirola, Ford,194.658. 14. (21)TrevorBayne,Ford,194.334. 15. (47)AJAlmendinger, Chevrolet,194.108. 16. (42)KyleLarson,Chevrolet,194.41. 17. (38)DavidGililand, Ford,193.736. 18. (40)LandonCassil, Chevrolet,193.732. 19. (31)RyanNewman, Chevrolet,195.707. 20. (15)Clint Bowyer, Toyota,194523. 21. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet,193.365. 22. (1)JamieMcMurray,Chevrolet,192.695. 23. (26)ColeWhitt, Toyota,192.538. 24. (32)TerryLabonte, Ford,192.135. 25. (16)GregBiffle, Ford,195.818. 26. (52)BobbyLabonte, Chevrolet,191.493. 27. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet,194.38. 28. (13)Casey Mears, Chevrolet,194.582. 29.(23)AlexBowman,Toyota, 189.685. 30.(99)CarlEdwards, Ford, 195.712. 31.(55) Brian Vickers,Toyota, 192.798. 32.(48)Jimmie Johnson,Chevrolet, 194.637. 33.(2) BradKeselowski, Ford,195.296. 34.(17)RickyStenhouseJr., Ford, 195.004. 35.(22)Joey Logano, Ford, 194.582. 36.(7) Michael Annett, Chevrolet,194.574. 37.(18)KyleBusch,Toyota, 194.502. 38.(4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 194.422. 39.(36)ReedSorenson, Chevrolet,194.066. 40. (51)Justin Allgaier,Chevrolet,193.815. 41. (30)ParkerKligerman,Toyota,193.594. 42. (66)MichaelWaltrip, Toyota,193.428. 43. (34)David Ragan, Ford,192.328. Failed to Gualify 44. (83)RyanTruex,Toyota, 190.347. 45. (95)MichaelMcDowell, Ford,192.291. 46. (87)JoeNemechek,Toyota,190.48. 47. (93)MorganShepherd, Toyota,189.542. 48. (35)EricMcclure, Ford,192.905. 49. (77)DaveBlaney, Ford.

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Women Guarterlinals KurumiNara,Japan,def. LourdesDominguezLino, Spain,7-6(5), 2-0, retired. KlaraZakopalova (1),CzechRepublic, def.Katarzyna Piter,Poland,6-4,6-0. TelianaPereira, Brazil, def. Irina-Cam elia Begu, Romania6-4, , 6-4. NastassjaBurnett, Italy, def.PaulaOrmaechea,Argentina,5-7,6-2, 7-5. Delray Beach International Friday At DelrayBeachStadium & Tennis Center Delray Beach,Fla. Purse: $539,730(WT250) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles

Quarterfinals Kevin Anderson(4), SouthAfrica, def. Marinko MatosevicAustral , ia,6-7(3), 6-3, 6-3. SteveJohnson,United States,def. FelicianoLopez (6), Spain6-3, , 6-2.

SPORTS IN BRIEF BASEBALL BeaverS adSOrdSeaSOn'SfirSt lOSS—Nebraska scored four unearned runs in the sixth inning to overcome a1-0 deficit and handed OregonState its first defeat of the season, a9-2 decision Friday in the Pac-12/Big TenTournament at Surprise (Ariz.) Stadium. The Huskers addedfour runs in the eighth inning and avenged a15-7 loss to OSU inthe Husker Classic last Saturday in Tempe,Ariz. Caleb Hamilton had three hits to lead theBeavers (4-1 j, who play today against Michigan State (noon PST). It wasHamilton's third multiple-hit game of the season.Trevor Morrison hadtwo hits for OSUand has now hit safely in all five of the Beavers' gamesthis season. Starting pitcher Andrew Moore took the loss for OregonState, going 6/s innings. Heallowed six hits and five runs — just one earned — with four strikeouts and threewalks.

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Marin Cilic(7),Croatia,def. TeymurazGabashvili, Russia,6-2,6-3. John Isner(2), UnitedStates, def. RhyneWilliams, UnitedStates,4-6,6-3, 6-2.

Dubai DutyFreeChampionships Friday At Dubai TennisStadium Dubai, united Arab Emirates Purse: S2milion (Premier) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Semitinals Venus Williams, United States, def. Caroline Wozniacki(8),Denmark,6-3, 6-2. Alize Cornet,France,def. SerenaWiliams (1), UnitedStates,6-4,6-4. Open 13 Friday At PalaisdesSports Marseille, France Purse:S850,900(WT250) Surface:Hard-Indoor Singles Quarterfinals RichardGasquet (1), France,def. IvanDodig (5), Croatia,7-5,6-3. ErnestsGulbis(3), Latvia,def. NicolasMahut (8), France,6-3,7-6(1). Jo-WilfriedTsonga(2), France,def. Edouard Roger-Vasselin(6), France,6-7(3), 6-2,6-2. Jan-Lennard Struff, Germany, def. MichaelLlodra, France,6-4,6-3.

BASKETBALL Men's College Pacific-12Conference All times PST

Conterence Arizona UCLA Colorado ArizonaSt. Stanford California Utah Washington OregonSt. Oregon Washington St. SouthernCal

W 11 10 9 8 8 8 6 6 6 5 2 1

L 2 3 5 5 5 5 8 8 7 8 12 12

Today'sGames Washington atOregonState,1 p.m. UCLA at Stanford, 3p.m. Arizona atColorado,6 p.m. Sunday'sGames Arizona Stateat Utah 5 p.m. USCatCalifornia 5p m WashingtonStateatOregon,6p.m.

Overall W L 24 2 21 5 20 7 19 7 17 8 17 9 17 9 14 13 14 11 17 8 9 17 10 16

Friday's Scores East Columbia70,Brown68 Harvard83,Penn63 lona 80,Rider77 Princeton67,Dartmouth57 Siena 67,Manhattan63 UMass80,VCU75 Yale82,Cornell65 South FloridaGulf Coast 75,Mercer61 Kennesaw St.67,Stetson63 Lipscomb 70, N.Kentucky66

The Associated Press MARANA, Ariz. — Graeme

he reached the quarterfinals. Jim Furyk has been at least 2

McDowell figured his luck had down in every match and he run out Friday at the Match

Play Championship.

advanced to the quarterfknals for the first time in 14 appear-

lies to even reach the third round, McDowell missed a

match that featured an 18-foot par putt conceded to him by

DuCkS rOII PaSt LOyOlaMarymOunt — Aneight-run eighth

pair of 8-foot putts to fall 2

inning allowed Oregon to pull awayfor a12-2 victory over Loyola Marymount in LosAngeles onFriday night. The Ducks (5-0) were up 3-2 through seven innings over the Lions (2-3) before breaking it open in the eighth. Right fielder Tyler Baumgartner led Oregonon offense after hitting 3 for 4 with two RBls and arun, while designated hitter Kyle Garlick was 2for 4 with two RBls. Second basemanAaron Payne scored three runs. Pitcher TommyThorpe picked up the win on the mound for Oregon bythrowing seven innings, giving up seven hits but recording six strikeouts. TheDucks andLions takethe field again today with first pitch slated for1 p.m. Thefinale of the threegame series at PageStadium is Sunday at1 p.m.

down with two holes to play

Sergio Garcia, who felt bad because of a ruling that had

— California athletic director Sandy Barbour says it was "beyond inappropriate" for Arkansas coach Bret Bielema to reference thedeath of Golden Bears playerTedAgu while defending his position on the NCAA rule proposal to slow up-tempo offenses. Bielemabrought up Agu while speaking to reporters Thursday night and in aninterview Friday with Sl.com. Bielemasupports the proposal to require offenses to wait until10 seconds runs off the 40-second play clock before snapping the ball. Agu, 21, died during a conditioning workout Feb.7. No cause of death hasbeen released. — From wire reports

Friday's Scores East Columbia66, Brown59 Fairfield73,Manhatan 52 Marist 79,Rider51 Penn63, Harvard50 Princeton87, Dartmouth46 Yale60,Cornell 52 Midwest Drake94,Bradley71 Green Bay59, ClevelandSt.56 Indiana St. 73,Missouri St.37 N.Iowa73,LoyolaofChicago49 WichitaSt.85,llinois St.66 YoungstownSt.81, Milwaukee69 Far West ArizonaSt.55,Colorado51 California77,UCLA72 Oregon St. 67,Washington St.53 Stanford 64, SouthernCal59 Utah52,Arizona47 Washington 108,Oregon100

GOLF WGC AccentureMatchPlay Championship Friday At DoveMountain, TheRitz-Carlton Golf Club Marana, Ariz. Purse: S9 milion Yardage:7,791; Par:72 Third Round (Seedings inparentheses) Jim Furyk(20),UnitedStates,def. Harris English (36), UnitedStates, 1up. RickieFowler(53), UnitedStates, def. SergioGarcia (5), Spain1, up. Graeme McDowell (14), NorthernIreland, def. Hunter Mahan (30), UnitedStates, 21holes. Victor Dubuisson(27), France,def. BubbaWatson (11), United States,1 up. LouisOosthuizen(32), SouthAfrica, def. WebbSimpson (17),UnitedStates,5and4. JasonDay(8), Australia, def. GeorgeCoetzee(56), SouthAfrica,3andl. Ernie Els(31),SouthAfrica, def.JasonDufner (15), UnitedStates,1up. Jordan Spieth(10), UnitedStates, def.Matt Kuchar(7), UnitedStates,2 and1.

LPGA Tour HondaLPGAThailand Friday At SiamCountryClub (PattayaOld Course) Chonburi, Thailand Purse: S1.5million Yardage: 5,558;Par. 72 a-amateur SecondRound AnnaNordqvist 66-72—138 JulietaGranada 71-68—139 71-68—139 Azahara Munoz SandraGal 69-70—139 StacyLewis 71-69 — 140 MichelleWie 67-73—140 KarrieWebb 71-70 — 141 So Yeon Ryu 69-72—141 68-73 — 141 JenniferJohnson Angela Stanford 68-73 — 141

DEALS Transactions BASEBAL L COMMISSIONE R' S OFFICE— Suspendedfree agent 1BRhyne Hughes 100games, effective when he signs with a major leagueorganization, after testing positivefor abannedsubstancein violation of the MinorLeagueDrugPrevention andTreatment Program. AmewcanLeague KANSAS CITY ROYALS— Agreedto termswith LHP JustinMarks, RHP s Louis ColemanandKelvin Herrera,INFsCheslor Cuthbert, MikeMoustakasand DannyValencia and OF Lane Adams onone-year contracts. TORONTOBLUEJAYS— ClaimedRHPLiam Hendriks offwaiversfromBaltimore. DesignatedINFBrent Morelfor assignment. BASKETB ALL National Basketball Association ATLANTA HAWKS— Waiverd FAntawn Jamison. RecalledFJaredCunninghamfrom Bakersfield of the NBADevelopment League. HOUSTONROCKETS— RecalledGIsaiahCanaan from RiG orandeValley (NBADL). SignedGTroyDaniels fromRioGrandeValley. ORLAND OMAGIC—Agreedonbuyout termswith FGlenDavis. PHILADE LPHIA76ERS—WaivedFEarl Clark. FOOTBALL

CanadianFootball League B.C. LIONS— ReleasedWRParisJackson HOCKEY National HockeyLeague MINNESOTA WILD — Reassigned D Jonathon BlumandFJakeDowell to lowa(AHL). PHOENIXCOYOTES— AssignedD DavidRundblad toPortland(AHL)forconditioning. WASHINGTONCAPITALS— ReassignedCsMichaelLatta,RyanStoaandCasey Wellmanto Hershey

(AHL).

SOCCER Major LeagueSoccer

COLUMBUSCREW — SignedDGiancarloGonzalez. FC DALLAS —Acquired FDavid Texeira fromFC Groningen (Netherlands).

Nationa lW omen' sSoccerLeague SKYBLUEFC— Named JayCooney goalkeeper coach COLLEGE PRESB YTERIAN—Named Elias Valentin 0women'sassistantvolleyball coach. SAN JOSESTATE — Named Greg Robinson defensivecoordinator/linebackers coachand Keith Carter offensiveline coach/running gam e coordinator. Announced offensivecoordinator/quarterbacks coachJimmieDougherty addstheresponsibilities of assistantheadcoach; cornerbackscoachDonteWilliamswill bethedefensive backscoach; andgraduate assistantEricThomasonaddstheduties of tight ends coach.ShiftedtightendscoachTerry Maley to wide receiverscoachandsafeties coachJoeStaabto outside linebackers coach. WEST VIRGINIA—Named TomBradleyassistant footballcoach.

Big putts help McDowell stayalive at Match Play ances. Rickie Fowler won a

Cal AD dlasts Bielemafor referencing player death

Women's college

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GOLF ROUNDUP

After two remarkable ral-

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Midwest Oakland 86,Rl.-chicago 71 WrightSt.65, Detroit 61

BrittanyLang LydiaKo JennyShin InbeePark CarolineHedwall SuzannPettersen LexiThompson ThidapaSuwannapura Shanshan Feng CristieKerr GerinaPiler MorganPressel MariajoUribe Ai Miyazato Se RiPak Pornanong Phatlum DewiClaireSchreefel YaniTseng DanielleKang SunYoungYoo CarlyBooth MinaHarigae CatrionaMathew NatsukaHori HaejiKang ChellaChoi HeeYoungPark KarineIcher MamikoHiga MoriyaJutanugarn Na YeonChoi DaniHolmqvist CarlotaCiganda Eun-HeeJi JodiEwartShadoff PaulaCreamer AriyaJutanugarn MeenaLee HeeKyungSeo KatherineKirk a-Supama s Sangchan NicoleCastrale CandieKung AlisonWalshe CarolineMasson Mo Martin JessicaKorda Pernilla Lindberg AmyYang ShinobuMoromizato BeatrizRecari LizetteSalas Giulia Sergas lheeLee ChieArimura IreneCoe BrittanyLincicome P.K.Kongkraphan Mika Miyazato AyakoUehara

er led a single hole while the match was going on. In other matches: • Furyk, getting plenty of support from his college days

birdies all week. The only player who had a more un-

at Arizona, rallied from an early deficit to beat Harris English on the 18th hole. He next

pionship was Geoff Ogilvy at La Costa in 2006. In his opening four matches, he watched

taken too much time on the

in the 16-year history of this Accenture Match Play Cham-

plays Fowler, who made birdie

10 times as his opponent had

on the 18th for a 1-up win over

a putt to win the match. Ogilvy went extra holes in every

Garcia. previous hole. • Jason Day, who played 40 matches at the Golf Club of The Accenture Match Play holes over the opening two Dove Mountain. Championship always has its rounds, had a relatively easy "My head went down as I share of wild tales. time in beating George Coetwalked off the 16th green. I McDowell tops them alL zee, 3 and 1. Day will play the really thought I blew it," McHow else to explain how quarterfinals against Louis Dowell said after yet another a guy can play 58 holes over Oosthuizen, who was stellar improbable comeback. "I gen- three matches without ever irt a 5-and-4 win over Webb uinely thought I was done this h itting a tee shot with t h e Simpson. • Els beat a reigning matime. I really didn't think there lead? Most playersare rewas any way back from that." lieved with every match they jor champion for the second Even he couldn't believe win. McDowell felt a tinge of straight day — U.S. Open what followed. guilt. c hampion Justin R ose o n "Embarrassed is the wrong Thursday, PGA champion JaMcDowell won the next two holes to extend the match. He word. I'm not embarrassed," son Dufner on Friday. Even made a 20-foot par putt on the he said. "But I just feel like I'm though he was scrappy again, 20th hole to stay alive, and robbing these guys." the Big Easy birdied the 18th then won the next hole with a Perhaps it's only f itting for a 1-up victory over Dufner. 15-foot birdie putt. that his quarterfinal match is Now it's time to play 20-year"Nine lives have been used against Victor Dubuisson of old Jordan Spieth, who had up — and then some," McDow- France, who took out Bubba 10 birdies on his card to take ell said. Watson. Dubuisson has never out defending champion Matt Ernie Els is 5-over par in 57 trailed at any point this week. Kuchar. holes overthree matches and He plays the guy who has nevEls has made only nine against Hunter Mahan, who had lost only four times irt 18

likely run to the quarterfinals

match until th e s emifirtals, a nd he went on to wi n t h e tournament. McDowell can

only hope he gets the same outcomes. "I'm playing with house money," he said. Also on Friday: Nordqvist holds on to lead in T h ailand: C H O NBURI, Thailand — Despite two late

bogeys, Anna Nordqvist of Sweden shot even-par 72 to cling to the lead at the LPGA

Thailand after a rainy second round. Nordqvist, chasing her first win on the U.S. LPGA

Tour since 2009, bogeyed the 16th and 18th holes to settle

on 6-under 138, one stroke in front of Paraguay's Julieta Granada (68), Spain's Azahara MLmoz (68) and Germany's Sandra Gal (70).


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PREP ROUNDUP

PREP SCOREBOARD Nordic skiing OISRA State Championships At Mt. Bachelor, Friday'sResults

Oay1 5.4-kilometerFreestyle(Skate)Race Girls Teamscores— MountainView 13,SouthEuene16, Ashland 26, NorthEugene48, Sheldon57, rookCounty62. Individual(top10) — 1, PhaceliaCramer, SE, 18:03. 2,SageHasseff, MV,19:15. 3, ClaraHonsinger, Ash, 19:19.4, SophieSmith, PleasantHill, 20:19.5, Tia Hatton,MV,20:20. 6, Emm a Edgren, MV,20:38.

7 (tie), Grace Cole, MV,20:48, andKatherine Quilin, SE, 20:48.9, LaurenFinkelstein, SE,20:51. 10, Rylie Nikolaus,MV,21:02. Other Central Oregonfinishers — 12,Halle Glanville, MV,21:18; 17, MelanieNachtmann, MV, 22:02; 18(tie), BrandyGraham, MV, 22:03; 20, Erin Smith, MV,22:16; 25,Natalie Nikolaus,MV,23;39; 27, KathrynDykstra, MV,24:07; 29(tie), MeganCulbertson,MV,24:36; 31, OliviaWebb, MV,24:37; 33, Charl otteSwaney,MV,25:40;37,AveryVanDuzer, MV,26:47;38, RebekahBenson, MV,27:15; 40, Emily Payne,MV,27:24; 42, ErinTaylor, MV,28:19;43, JessicaMiler, MV,28:47;44,KelseyHelm, MV,29:36; 45, AliciaWelbourn, MV,30;15; 47, Maggie Kasberger, CC,35:16;48, Molly Miler,Redmond Proficiency Academy3, 6:13;50,JustiseBishop,CC,43:55. Boys Teamscores—MountainView10,SouthEugene 19, Ashland 44,Summit 45, North Eugene49, Sheldon 60, Crook County 66. Individual (top10) —1,AlexMartin, Sum,15:06. 2, Imran Wolfenden,MV,15:44.3, SamKing,MV,16:02. 4, KimbertSchlichting-Robinson,SE,16:48. 5, Hunter Hassell,MV,16:51. 6, SageFox, SE, 17:01. 7, Adi Wolfenden,MV,17:13. 8, DylanGilespie, MV,17:30. 9, Ward Nikolaus,MV,17:55.10, DakotaThornton,MV, 18:33. Other CentralOregonfinishers — 11, Jeron Robbins,MV,18:46;12, JakobLenschen, MV,18:48;13, JoshGermain, MV,19:06;16, LeoTheisen,MV,19:22; 17, SamuelDrutman,MV,19:25;19,ZachHeiden,MV, 19;34 ;20,NathanaelBenson,MV,19:37;23,ColeHarris, MV,20:37;25,BrooksLarraneta,MV,20:52;27(tie), ZacMart in,MV,21:00,andAlanSpencer,MV,21:00;29, Wyatt Anson,MV,21:44;32,DustinSeyl,CC,22:07;33, Will McAllister,MV,22:08; 34(tie), EthanBreitenbach, Sum,22:33;36,NickJones, MV,22:49; 37, Connery Mok, MV,23:15;42,AhmedHarb, MV,26:38; 43, Michael Allen,MV,27:32;44,AidanBrick,MV,28:46;46, DanielHelm,MV,35:28; 47,Darnell Gorrosquieta,CC, 45:56;48,JavierGuitron, MV,47:49. OHSMO State Championships At Mt. Bachelor 5-kilometer FreestyleRace Girls Teamscores—Summit 6, HoodRiver Valley24, Bend35,Saint Mary's44,Sisters 54,Corvalis 68. Individual (top 10) —1, Emily Hyde,Sum, 24;59 .2,VivianHawkinson,SouthSalem,26:26.3, Olivi aMoehl,Sum,26:42.4,EmmaSu,Sum,26:56. 5, Emma Malmquist, Sum,27:47.6, Alexandra Heisler, Sum,28:24.7,MorganCaldwell,Sum,28:50.8,Sadie AnnGorm an,Sum,28:51.9,AshleyBruce,8,29:14.10, LaurenRobinson,HRV,29:54. Other CentralOregonfinishers — 11,Rebecca Chri stensen,Sum,29:58;12,TayeNakamura-Koyamar Sum,30:11;15,JessicaAas, Redmond,31:12;16, Meri Smiley,Sum,31:22;17,21, MayaPaulson,Sum,31;32; 22, KaylieMcQuilan, Sum,31:50;23,Katie Ryan,Sum, 31:55;24,BrandiJacobson, Sum,32:17;25, Sophie Russenberger,Sum,32:43; 26, DevinWicker,Sum, 33:37; 29,HannahAnderson, 8, 35:07;30,Breanne Hodges on,B,35: 24;31,ShaylaCurtis,Sis,35:32;32, Kyra Kadhim,Sum,35:37;34,ElenaSaldi,Sis,35:52; 35,HannahMavis,Sum,36:02;38,BetsyAusman,Sis, 36:30; 40,BeganFehrenbacher, 8, 36:50;42, Libby McKnig ht,B,37:09;43,SofiaJohansen,8,37:44;44, Ivy Suzanna Taylor, 8, 38:58;48,Lily Pifferini-Carter,8, 40;07;49,MorganWilliams, B,40;33;51, RileyOleson,

8, 41:33;54, Sha elynn Davis, Sum,43:41; 57,Claire Part on,Sum,44:44;58,SonjaKinney,Sum,44:45;59, Erin Roe,8, 45:52; 60, Aislin Goldrick, B,46:13; 62, Oksana Bales,8,47:58;63,JoJoMcGee,8,48:28;65, SageRueter,Sum,52:24;66,Sofia Blauvelt, Sum,58:23.

Boys Teamscores— Summit 9,Hood River Valey 14, Bend24,Corvallis 51,CrescentValley 64. lndividual (top10) —1, SamWiley,HRV,22;11. 2,CaseyShannon,Sum,22:32.3,ZebMillslagle,Sum, 2307.4,TomSchoderbek,Sum,2322.5,TeddyWidmer, 8, 23:27.6, Daniel Fischer,HRV,23:59.7,Nils Engbersen, HRV, 24:44.8, Matt Kecker,Sum, 24:51. 9,Matthew Finney-Jordet, 8,25:16.10, DevonCalvin,Sisters, 25:33 Other Central Oregonfinishers — 11,Joseph Schwarz, B,2538;12,ClaytonAas,Redmond,2544;13, GrantParton,Sum,2548;15,JackArmstrong, B,2629; 17, Ryan Schluter, Sum,26:33; 18, Damon Iraggi, 8, 27:09 ;19,JimSiemens,8,27;14;20,AbeMorgan,Sum, 27:26;21,Remington Wiliams, Redmond, 27:34; 22, HeathUlrich,Sum,27:34; 23,lanChurchil, 8, 27:49;25, RyanGri ff iths,Sum,2818;26,SamNelson,B,2828;28, Keenan Dodge, B,29:09; 29, GrahamLelack,8, 29:23; 30, Will Griffiths,Sum,29:24; 33,BenJohnson, Sum, 30;08;34,ColeFuller, 8, 30:07; 37, MathewSjogren, Sum,30:58;38(tie),AustinDoyle8,31:06;Connorl , verson, 8,31:06;44,Spencer Scott, 8, 32:14;48,Brandon Pollard,Sis, 33:09;49,NiklasSjogren, Sum,33:34;53, Cooper Rychlick, 8,34:32;54, HaydenBranch,8,35:09; 55, BuckSchlerf, 8, 35:10; 57,RileyAlbright, Sum, 36:36 ;64,McKinleyAbbott,8,47:06.

Girls basketball ClassBA IntermountainConference Bend 51,Summit 43(OT) Bend (81) —BrydieBurnham13, Sylvester11, Crook 9,McClay7, Kramer6, Hayes5. Totals 17

14-18 51.

Summit (43) — Jacqueline Manley12, Heinly 10, Reeves 8,Char 7, Hasenoehrl 4, Cornett2. Totals 170-8 43. Bend 13 12 6 8 12 — 51 Summit 1 2 9 14 4 4 — 4 3 Three-pointgoals — Bend:Crook,McClay, Hayes; SummitHei : nly2,Char. IntermountainHybrid Redmond41, CrookCounty 33 Redmond(41) —SophiaHamilton19, Edwards 9,Dannis9,Lennie3,Burgum2.Totals148-1941. Crook County(33) —KelsieSmith11, Bannon 6, Ovens 6, Malott 5,Severance3, Wood 2. Totals 13 0-14 33. Redmond 12 6 13 11 — 41 C rookCounty 9 10 9 5 — 3 3 Three-pointgoals— Redmond: Hamilton 3,Edwards 2, LennieCrook ; County: Malott. Class4A Sky-EmLeague La Pine37,Junction City29 La Pine (37) — Katie Mickel16, Pierce8, Boen 7,Glenn4,Abraham 2.Totals166-1637. Junction City (29) —JamiffaGambee 9, McKennaStraube9,Gruten6,A.Devorak3,Lemhouse2. Totals11 3-1229. LaPine 2 6 12 17 — 37 Junctiongity 2 3 11 1 3 — 29 Three-pointgoals — LaPine: none;Junction City: Staube3,Gruten. Bky-EmLeague Cotlage Grove44, Sisters 37 Cottage Grove (44) — ConnerBorigo 16, Sayles11,Erner8,Cardwell 6, Dawson1. Totals not available. Sislers (37) —SavannahSpear11, Petterson7, Henson 6,Moore5,Bachmeier4,Mann2,Horner2. Totals notavailable. CottageGrove 1 1 8 1 0 15 — 44 Sisters 11 9 11 0 — 37 Three-poingoal t s— Notavailable.

Tri-VaffeyConference Gladst one44,Madras29 Gladstone(44) —Molly Webster 21,Burrell12 Simac 3,Petersen2,Schumaker2,Feb2,Campos2 Totals18 3-544. Madras (29) —VenessaEsquivel 13,Stacona6 Suppah 5,J.Adams3,Wolfe2.Totals114-1029. Gladstone 10 15 11 2 — 44 Madras 4 8 6 1 1 — 29 Three-pointgoals— Gladstone: Burreff2, Webster Madras:Esquivel2, Suppah.

Class1A Mountain ValleyLeaguePlnyoffs At OIT, KlamathFalls Triad 48, Trinity Lutheran40 Triad (40) —SarahEstabrook12, E.Estabrook 11, Stiller 11,Powless7, Borror 4, Hamel 4. Totals 19 7-13 48. Trinity Lutheran (45) — KatieMurphy19, M. Murphy11,Eidler9, Sample 2, Clift 2, Cowan2.Totals10 8-12 46. Triad 20 6 8 14 — 48 Trinity Lutheran 7 7 17 14 — 45 Three-poingoal t s— Triad:Powless2, E.Estabrook; Trinity Lutheran: Eidler.

Boys basketball IntermountainHybrid MountainView61, Ridegview45 Ridgeview(46) — Jack Bow man 16, George Mendaz ona16,Alvarez4,O'Neal3,Stanton2,Hovey 2,Stiles2.Totals177-945. Mountain View(61) —MentsHaugen24,Holly 9, Kurzynow ski10, Lannin5,Corrigan4,Roth4, Albin 3, Hjelm 2.Totals 2017-19 01. Ridgeview 11 7 12 15 — 45 Mountai nyiew 19 9 17 16 — 01 Three-poingoal t s—Ridgeview;Mendazona2, O'Neal, Bowman;Mountain View:Haugen2, Albin, Holly. IntermountainHybrid Redmond 63, CrookCounty 07 Crook County(57) —SethKessi16, Sofich13, Bartels13,Kee8,Tavernia5,Vilagomez2.Totals 20 12-17 07. Redmond(03) —Michael Belmontes15, Winters11,Burroughs10,Benson8,Troutman7, Moss5, D. Brown 5,T.Brown2. Totals 24 0-17 63. CrookCounty 13 1 3 12 19 — 57 Redmond 18 17 11 17 — 03 Three-pointgoals— CrookCounty: Kessi 2, Bartels, TaverniaSofi , ch; Redmond: Belmontes3, Winters, Moss,Troutman, D.Brown. Class 4A

Bky-EmLeague Junction City60, LaPine08(OT) La Pine (58) —ZackSmith 23,Wieber13, Brown 11, Turnsplenty 9, Ramirez2.Totals 2210-10 68. JunctionCity(60) — JoeVanRas17, Galt15, Hutchinson15,Locke8, Brown8, Osburn2. Totals 2316-23 65. La Pine 11 12 19 10 6 — 08 Junction City 9 1 4 15 14 13 — 05 Three-pointgoals—LaPine:Brown2, Wieber,Turnsplenty;JunctionCity: VanRas, Locke, Galt. CotlageGrove43, Sisters 28 CotlageGrove(43) —JaydenTucker16,Mueller14, Boyce 8,King 4,Kory 2.Totals1410 1443. Sisters (20) — JustinHarrer11, Martinez6, Schaab 4, Gil 4, Larson3. Totals13 2-7 28. Cotlage Grove 1 8 6 1 2 10 — 43 Sisters 6 5 10 7 — 2 8 Three-poingoal t s— CottageGrove: Tucker 3, Boyce 2; Sisters:none.

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Contjnued from C1 Haugen's response was illuminating, as he limited Mendazona to just three points

after the break while erupting for 16 points himself, guiding the Cougars (17-3 overall) to their eighth straight win and 15th victory in their past 16

games. "Honestly, I don't even know

I'OO OLlA Ll S IA IS I'I Semi iAa S Bulletin staff report

and Mariah Stacona added

LA PINE — Crook County flexed it s c onsiderable

dic state championships 5K freestyle race at Emil's Clearing on Mount Bachemuscle Friday, advancing lor. Finishing the day with 21 Cowboys to the semifi- six points, Summit was nal round of the Class 4A paced by defending state Special District 2 w r e s- champion Emily Hyde, who tling championships on the finished first with a time of opening day of action at La 24 minutes and 59 seconds. Pine High School. T he Storm f i n i shed w i t h The first-day push put seven racers in the top 10. Crook County incommand Bend High's Ashley Bruce

six points and seven steals

in the team standings with

221.5 points. La Grande is a distant second with 127

points, and Ridgeview, with four semifinalists, is third

loss, the Buffs fell to 5-4 in league play and 14-8 overall. Triad 48, Trinity Lutheran 4 5: KLAMATH FA L L S The Saints missed two po-

tential game-tying 3-pointers in the final seconds, in-

cluding one at the buzzer, to came in ninth. The Lava fall in the semifinals of the Bears are in third and Sis- Class 1A Mountain Valley t ers is c u rrently i n f i f t h . League playoffs at Oregon The Summit boys are in Institute of Technology. The first with nine points. Casey loss sets Trinity Lutheran Shannon led the Storm with up in a third-place game

with 73.5 points. Also i n t h e n i n e -team a second-place effort and a field from Central Oregon, time of 22:32. Bend's TedL a Pine i s f i f t h w i t h 6 0 dy Widmer took fifth with points (four semifinalists), a time of 23:27 and Sisters' M adras is eighth w it h 4 9 Devon Calvin finished with points (four semifinalists), a time of 25:33, putting him

against either North Lake or Hosanna Christian to-

day at5:30p.m. A win today e arns the Saints a trip t o

the 1A state playoffs, while a loss will end their season.

and Sisters is last with four points.

in 10th. The meet concludes Against Triad of Klamath today at 11 a.m. with a 5K Falls, Katie Murphy had 19 When t h e sem i f i n als freestyle race at Meissner points, five rebounds and start today at 11 a.m., the Sno-park. three blocks to pace Trinimats will b e l o aded with ty Lutheran (15-8). Mariah Cowboys. Crook County's GIRLS BASKETBALL Murphy had 11 points and semifinalists are Terran LiBend 51,Summit 43:Bend six boards and Emily Eibolt at 108 pounds, Trayton High outscored Summit dler added nine points for L ibolt and J ohnny A v i n a at 115, Kurt Mode and Trey Shores at 122, Brent Bannon at 128, Grayson Munn and Hayden Bates at 134,

12-4 in overtime en route to the Class 5A Intermoun-

the Saints, but it wa s not

tain Conference victory at

first-quarter deficit.

Summit. Brydie Burnham led the Lava Bears with 13

North Lake 16: KLAMATH

Ryder Shinkle and Michael Seyl at 140, Collbran Meek-

points, and Lisa Sylvester

er and Cole Ovens at 147,

Manley paced Summit with 12 points, and Sarah Heinly

Tyler Berger at 154, Brendan Harkey at 162, Clark Woodward at 172, Gunnar Robirts and Aaron Swindle a t 184, Zachary Smith at 197, Trevor Rasmussen and Curtis Crouch at 222, and Jason Williams at 287.

added 11 points. Jacqueline finished with 10 points. "We

just had a few opportunities that didn't go our way," said

enough to overcome a 20-7 Hosanna Christian 33, FALLS — Kendra Murphy grabbed 18 rebounds to go with her team-best nine points, but North Lake fell in a Class 1A Mountain Val-

ley League playoff game at

Oregon Institute of T echSummit coach Ryan Cruz. nology. The Cowgirls (15-7)

"Bend has some great senior play an elimination game leadership." The Lava Bears today at 5:30 p.m. against improved to 6-0 in 5A IMC

For Ridgeview, semifinal- play and 17-4 overall, while ists are Brent Yeakey (172), Summit dropped to 5-3 and Colt C h ristensen (184), 16-7. Boomer Fleming (197) and Redmond 41, Crook CounConnor Sperling (222). ty 43: PRINEVILLE — SoLa P in e s e mifinalists phia Hamilton scored a are Ethan Matthews (115), game-high 19 points and Thorin Wilson (122), Chris- Chantel Dannis added nine topher Love (162) and Tan- points and n ine rebounds ner Hanson (172). to lead the Panthers past Semifinalists for Madras the host Cowgirls in Interare Jarred Dupont (128), mountain H y b ri d a c t i on. Trevor Parsons (147), Mi- Hamilton also recorded five chael Bauman (184) and Mi- rebounds and Shelby Berguel Sevilla (287). gum recorded two points In other Friday action: and eight boards to help Redmond (3-18 overall) win NORDIC SKIING its third game of the season. Mountain View leads OIS- Kelsie Smith paced Crook RA state meet: MOUNT County (7-16) with 11 points. BACHELOR — M o u ntain Ridgeview 37, Mountain

Trinity Lutheran. BOYS BASKETBALL

Redmond 63, Crook County 57: REDMOND — Playing at home for the first time

in February, the Panthers held off the Cowboys for an I ntermountain Hybrid w i n

that snapped a three-game skid. Michael Belmontes scored 15 points and hit four

big free throws late in the contest to lead Redmond (416). Cody Winters scored 11 points and Ben Burroughs h ad 10 points and ll r e bounds for the winners, who

also got seven points and eight rebounds from Alani Troutman. Brandon Benson

scored all of his eight points

View 13: REDMOND — The f or th e P a nthers i n t h e and girls team standings af- Ravens improved t o 1 3 -8 fourth quarter, when Crook ter the first day of the Ore- overall with the Intermoun- County got as close as three gon Interscholastic Ski Rac- tain Hybrid victory over the points. Seth Kessi scored a ing Association state cham- C ougars. Mountain V i e w game-high 16 points for the pionships at the Mt. Bach- fellto 6-14. Cowboys (3-19), including e lor N o r di c C e nter. T h e La Pine 37, Junction City 10 in the second quarter. Cougars lead the girls team 29: JUNCTION CITY — KaJunction City 65, La Pine competition with 13 points tie Mickel scored a game- 5 8: JUNCTION C I T Y after the 5.4-kilometer free- high 16 points and Ashley Despite 23 points from La style race. Crook Coun- Pierce added eight as the Pine's Zack Smith, the Tity is sixth w ith 62 points. Hawks secured a spot in the gers outscored the Hawks Phacella Cramer of South Class 4A play-in round with 13-6 in overtime to secure

"Of course we want to win,"

Eugene won the girls 5.4K

points and four assists for the Ridgeview coach Nathan CoRavens, who lost for the third vill said. "We played tough.... time in four games and fell to We have people to win games. 10-12 overall. Jack Bowman It stinks to lose that game. But scored 14 points in the second like I told the kids afterwards, half to finish with 16, but Rid- we've got a playoff game geview was outrebounded 33- against Crook County on 17 and had its nine turnovers Tuesday."

with a time of 18 minutes, 3 seconds. Mountain View's

turned into 17 Mountain View

Both teams hit the home

Summit is in fourth (45) and

points. The Cougars jumped to a

stretchof the regular season

Crook County i s

next week. The Ravens' final

(66). Alex Martin of Summit won the boys 5.4K in 15:06.

Mendazona finished with 16

for Madras in the Tri-Valley Conference defeat. With the

View leads both the boys

RIdgev(ew's George Mendazona, back, tries to steal the ball from Mountajn View's Grant Lannjn during a game Friday night at Mountain View Hjgh School.

Cougars

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19-7 first-quarter lead after a contest is a home game against Holly 3-pointer capped a 15-2 Crook County on Tuesday. The run. Aside from a brief mo- winner of that matchup earns couldn't tell you how many ment in the second quarter, at least a play-in game for the we've won or lost. I think for when Mendazona scored sev- Class 4A state playoffs. us, it's about getting betteren straight points to make it 26Mountain View finishes its breaking it down individually 18, Mountain View led by dou- schedule with road games at as a player, as a team. That's ble digits the rest of the way. Summit on Tuesday and at "We've had games where Bend High next Friday. The how we approach the whole deal. Hopefully the results will we've jumped out well, and Cougarsare looking to close we've had other games where out strong with the 5A state take care of themselves." Haugen added three as- we haven't," Reid said. "Ideally, playoffs looming. "I think we're definitely betsists and three rebounds to his you can get the lead, and you totals, K aim i K u r z ynowski can control and kind of dictate. ter than last year," Haugen chipped in with 10 points and Tonight, we were fortunate. I said. "We've got a lot more talseven boards, and Davis Holly thought we played really well ent and we're starting to put contributed nine points for the in the first quarter. We just got that talent together. That'll be Cougars, who enteredthe night really stagnant in that second important down the stretch." ranked No. 4 in Oregon Class quarter.... It's obviously easier — Reporter: 541-383-0307, 5A. to play from the front." glucrzs®bendbulletirr.com. those numbers,"Reid said of his team's winning streak. "I

Swimming

Sage Hassell finished second in 19:15. The Cougars finished with five skiers in the top 10. Mountain View

leads the boys standings with a t otal o f 1 0 p oints. s eventh

Imran Wolfenden of Moun-

tain View placed second (15:44) and teammate Sam King claimed third (16:02). M ountain View w i l l l o o k

to clinch both the boys and girls team state titles when

the competition concludes today. The boys 5K classic starts at 10 a.m., followed

by the girls 5K classic. Relays (3x830 meters) start at noon.

Summit ahead at OHSNO state meet: MO U N T BACHELOR — The Storm

girls led by 18 points at the end of the first day of the Oregon High School Nor-

the Sky-Em League victory. After leading just 8-5 at halftime, La Pine (6-3 SkyEm, 13-10) distanced its self from Junction City by outscoring the Tigers 29-24 in

the Sky-Em League victory. Junction City had a chance to win the game at the end o f regulation, bu t S m i t h

drew a charging foul at the buzzer. Samuel Wieber add-

ed 13 points for La Pine, and end the r egular season Taylor Brown finished with Monday at home against 11. Smith also added eight Sweet Home before f i ndrebounds and three steals, ing out their play-in round and Adam Ramirez dished opponent. o ut seven assists for t h e Cottage Grove 44, Sis- Hawks (2-7 Sky-Em, 10-13 t ers 37: SISTERS — T h e overall). Outlaws gave the Sky-Em Cottage Grove 43, SisL eague-leading Lions a ters 28: SISTERS — A slow scare before Cottage Grove start plagued the Outlaws outscored Sisters 15-6 in the in the Sky-Em League loss, final quarter to rally for the as they trailed 21-11 at halfwin. Savannah Spear led time. Justin Harrer led Sisthe Outlaws (3-6 Sky-Em, ters with 11 points and sev7-14) with 11 points. Sisters, en rebounds, and Hayden which ends the regular sea- Martinez added six points son on Monday at Elmira, and eight rebounds. Sisters held a 20-19 advantage at coach Rand Runco said halftime. his team shot 13 of 32 from Gladstone44, Madras 29: the field, just 40 percent. MADRAS — Vanessa Es- "We just couldn't score on quivel paced the White Buf- offense," Runco said. The faloes with 13 points, Janae Outlaws fell to 1-8 in SkyAdams finished with three Em League play and 3-19 the second half. The Hawks

points and nine r ebounds

overall.

11 entries to the finals, most in the 5A field. Bend High was second with Continued from C1 eight qualifiers. Christian Offenhauser and Paul Summit's Mackenzie Halligan, the Rogers stood out Friday for the Bend reigning 500 freestyle state champ, High boys, as the two sophomores enters the final day as a top seed, as went 2-3 in the 500 freestyle prelim. do Storm teammates Ali Epple (200 Summit also qualified two swim- individual medley) and Elli Ferrin mers in that event, giving Central (100 backstroke). Halligan and Epple Oregon four representatives in the will be a part of the No. 1 400 free-

stroke violation.

six-swimmer finals.

Buffaloes' Ian Goodwin enters as the the day. in the prelims with a No. 3 spot in the No. 1 seed in the boys 200 and 500 The 4A/3A/2A/lA state finals will 100 breaststroke after posting the freestyles. start at 6:45 p.m.

style relay team alongside Merritt

For the girls, the two-time defend- Allen, who was disqualified as the ing state champion Storm advanced top seed in the 200 IM because of a

fifth-best time in the 50 freestyle. The

The Lava Bear girls, who placed Cougars' Teresa Cobb will be the No. second at state last season, boast the 3 seed in the 200 IM. top 200 free relay team with three The Class 5A finals begin today at swimmers back from last year's 8:15 a.m. state-winning squad. Jennifer RobeIn the Class 4A/3A/2A/lA prelimson qualified for the 100 butterfly and inaries, which were staged Friday the 500 freestyle as the third seed in night, defending boys state champion each event, while Chyna Fish locked Madras advanced all three of its relay down the thirdposition in the 200 free. Kennedy Bright led Mountain View

squads into tonight's finals. The White

Ridgeview's Rachel Haney highlighted the local girls' contingent Friday during the 4A/3A/2A/1A prelim swims. The Raven senior posted the

top time in the 100 backstroke and was sixth in the 200 IM. Madras' Sophie Gemelas was second in the 100

breaststroke and fourth in the 200 IM, and Siste rs'Mary Stewart recorded the second-best 50 freestyle mark of


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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014

T

oday's event sehedule

Marcel Hirsher of Austria goes for gold in men's slalom, the final alpine skiing event of the Sochi Olympics. In all, sevengold medals will be awarded. TheUnited States tries to salvage amedal in men's hockey after being shut out1-0 by Canada inthe semifinals.

Snowdoard

Bodsled

Alpine skiing

Hockey

Figure skating

Men's Parallel Slalom, First Round, 1:15a.m.; Quarterfinals,1:30 a.m.; Semifinals, 1:50 a.m.; Finals, 2 a.m. Women's Parallel Slalom, First Round, 2:10 a.m.; Quarterfinals, 2:35 a.m.; Semifinals, 2:50a.m.;Finals,3a.m.

Men's Four-Man (Run 1), first run, 8:30 a.m.; second run, 10a.m.; third run, Sunday 1:30 a.m.; fourth run, Sunday 3 a.m.

Men's Slalom, first run, 4:45 a.m.; second run, 8:15 a.m.

MEN

Gala Exhibition, 8:30 a.m.

Medal table 7hrough Friday (88 medal events) G S U nited States 9 7 9 10 Russia Canada 9 10

B T 11 2 7 7 26 5 24

Norway 10 4 8 Netherlands 6 7 9 Germany 8 4 4 France 4 4 7 Sweden 2 6 6 Austria 2 7 3 Switzerland 6 3 2 China 3 4 2 Czech Republic 2 4 2 Japan 1 4 3 Italy 0 2 6 South Korea 3 2 2 Slovenia 2 1 4 Belarus 5 0 1 Poland 4 0 0 Finland 1 3 0 Britain 1 1 2 Australia 0 2 1 Latvia 0 1 2 Ukraine 1 0 1 Slovakia 1 0 0 Croatia 0 1 0 Kazakhstan 0 0 1

Bronze Medal, Finland vs. United States, 7 a.m. Gold Medal, Sweden vs. Canada, Sunday, 4 a.m.

Nordic skiing Women's 30km Mass Start Free, 1:30 a.m. Men's 50km Mass Start Free, 11 p.m.

Biathlon Men's 4x7.5km relay, 6:30 a.m.

Speedskating Women's team pursuit, semifinals, 5:30 a.m.; finals 6:10 a.m. Men's team pursuit finals, 5:50 a.m.

OLYMPICS SCOREBOARD

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Women's slalom Final Ranking (First andsecondruns in parentheses) 1. Mikaela Shiffrin, UnitedStates,Eagle-Vail, Colo., (1,52.62;6,51.92) 1:44.54. 2. Marlies Schild, Austria, (6, 53.96; 1, 51.11)1:45.07. 3. KathrinZettel,Austria, (7,54.00; 2,51.35) 1:45.35. 4. MariaHoefl-Riesch, Germany,(2, 53.11;9, 52.62)1:45.73. 5. FridaHansdo ter, Sweden, (8, 54.05;4, 51.85)1:45.90. 6. EmelieWikstroem,Sweden,(11, 54.55;3, 51.56)1:46.11. 7. NastasiaNoens,France, (5, 53.81; 8, 52.31)1:46.12. 8. TinaMaze, Slovenia, (3,53.29; 14,52.96)

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Valerie Maltais of Canada, left, crashes out as she competes in a women's 1,000-meter short track semifinal Friday.

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ing to participate," the 22-year-old said. Chamoun said after her run that she

sure is living up to its reputation as

TV schedule

didn't give the off-the-slopes drama a sec-

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roller derby on ice. During quarterfinals in the men's 500

ond thought. Shortly after she arrived in Sochi, behind-the-scenes footage from a

•AgTimesPST,Subjecttochange • Primetimrep e laysareshowneachnightbeginning between midnight and2 a.m. • Events to beaired liye on the West Coast are notedwith anasterisk( *)

meters and women's 1,000 meters on Fri-

calendar shoot three years ago was posted

day night, only three of eight heats ended with a clean race. Here's a list of the spills

online.

Today

and penalties as racers circled the same

That prompted a Lebanese government official to order an investigation. The im-

Iceberg Skating Palace track used for figure skating:

Nec 2:30-6 p.m.— Women'sSnowboarding, ParallelSlalomGold Medal Final; Women's Cross-Country,30kmFreestyle GoldMedal Final; Men'sBiathlon, 4x7.5kmRelay Gold MedalFinal;Men'sSnowboarding, Parallel Slalom 8-11:07 p.m.— Men'sAlpineSkiing, Slalom GoldMedal Final; Four-ManBobsled,; Figure Skating, Gala Exhibition; Men's Snowboarding,Parallel SlalomGoldMedal Final ;Men'sandWomen's Speedskating, TeamPursuit GoldMedal Finals Midnight-1 a.m. — Figure Skating,Gala Exhibition NBCSN Midnight-1:30 a.m.— Men'sandWomen's Snowboarding, Parallel Slaloms 1:30-4:30 a.m.— Women'sCross-Country, 30kmFreestyleGold Medal Ffnal'; Men's andWomen'sSnowboarding,Parallel Slalom GoldMedalFinals 7-9:30 a.m.— Men'sHockey,BronzeMedal * Game

9:30-11:30 a.m.— Figure Skating,Gala Exhibition 3-6 p.m.— GameoftheDay:Hockey

Sunday Nec Hockey,Gold Medal 3:30-7*a.m.— Men's Final

10:30 a.m.-1:30p.m. —Men'sHockey, Gold MedalFinal(Re-air) 1:30-2 p.m.—2014SochiGamesHighlights 2-6 p.m.—Men'sCross-Country, 50kmFreestyle GoldMedalFinal; Four-ManBobsled, GoldMedalFinalRuns 7-8p.m.— SochiGold,OlympicReviewShow 8:30-10:38 p.m.—ClosingCeremony NBCSN

1-4 a.m.—* Four-Man Bobsled, GoldMedal Final Runs

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bumps a competitor for a shaky finish and a penalty. Heat 2: Japan's Satoshi Sakashita takes a spill just before J.R. Celski tumbles into a wall, but Se Yeong Park is penalized for a bump, allowing Celski to move to the semifinals. Heat 3: Russia's Vladimir Grigorev falls forward and slides sideways, taking out

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Freek van der Wart of the Netherlands.

Grigorev is penalized.

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another.

Lebanon's Jacky Chamoun smilesafter

IN THE WOMEN'S 1,000: Heat1: After two false starts, Great Britain's Elise Christie takes out a block on the first lap. France's Veronique Pierron then

completing the first run of the women's slalom Friday.

the ice. Canada's Valerie Maltais wins wire-to-wire, with all skaters finishing

a medal.

on Thursday. The other was a brand new

loonie, the $1 Canadian coin (top right). The 24-year-old carries one as good luck for most races, a tradition she started severalyears ago. She stuck to it even

through a pair of torn ACLs in her left touches her toe to another skater, send- Slalom through drama knee that had Serwa pondering whether ing her into a spin against the wall for a After crossing the finish line on her first to hang up her skis. "I thought about stepping away after I penalty. slalom run,Lebanon's Jacky Chamoun Heat 2: Clean run with five skaters on waved her ski poles as if she had just won blew my career again last year," she said. "Once that came into my mind I got really

Turns out, a race was just the distraction sad and I realized I wasn't ready for retireshe needed aftertoplessphotossurfaced of ment yet."

within one second of one another. Heat 3: Italy's Arianna Fontana slips as she makes the fourth turn on the penulti-

her on the Internet.

Serwa called her recovery in time for

mate lap, earning a penalty, then Ameri-

Chamoun wasn't the fastest in her Sochi "miraculous" and while her silopening run Friday night — she was 23.43 ver medal will find a special place in

can Emily Scott tumbles across the finish

seconds behind leader Mikaela Shiffrin-

line, failing to qualify for the semifinals. Heat 4: Clean run won by Jessica Smith

but Chamoun sure made up for it in gusto that was along for the ride isn't going as she celebrated making it through the anywhere. "It's fresh," she said with a laugh. "I tricky course setting. "I'm so happy to be here. It's a great feel- think I'll keep it for a while."

of the United States, with the competitors

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Chamoun said. "For me, I just continue. It's

Kelsey Serwa unzipped her plaid Team Canada jacket and reached into her left breast pocket. You could call it her "loonie bin." The Canadian silver medalist in women's skicross then carefully pulled out

spaced within 0.4 seconds.

2-4 p.m.— GameoftheDay:Hockey

plication was that Chamoun had somehow

Women's4X6kmRelay (Penalties in parentheses) 1. Ukraine(Vita Semerenko, Juliya Dzhyma, ValiSeme renko, OlenaPidhrushna), 1:10:02.5(0+0). 2.Russia(YanaRomanova,OlgaZaitseva, Ekaterina Shumilova, Olga Vilukhina), 1:10:28.9(0+0). 3. Norway(FannyWege-Strand Horn, Tiril Eckhoff,AnnKristin AafedtFlatland, Tora Berger),1:10:40.1(0+0). 4.Czech Republic(EvaPuskarcikova,Gabriela Soukalova,JitkaLandova,Veronika Vitkova),1:11:25.7(0+0). 5. Belarus (Liudmila Kalinchik, Nadezh da Skardino,Nadzeya Pisareva,Darya Domracheva),1:11:33.4 (0+1). 6. Italy(DorotheaWierer, Nicole Gontier, Michela Ponza,Karin Obe rhofer), 1:11:43.3 (1+0). 7. United States(SusanDunklee, Barton, Vt., Hannah Dreissigacker, Morrisvige, Vt., SarahStudebaker, Boise, Idaho, Annelies Cook, SaranacLake, N.Y), 1:12:14.2 (0+0). 8. Canada(Rosa nnaCrawford,MeganImrie, MeganHeinicke,ZinaKocher), 1:12:21.5 (0+2).

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Women'sSki Cross Medal Final 1. MarielleThompson, Canada. 2. Kelsey Serwa,Canada. 3. Anna Holmlund,Sweden. 4. OphelieDavid, France.

Hockey Men's Semifinals Sweden 2, Finland1 Canada1,UnitedStates0

Short track Men's 500 Final A 1. VictorAn,Russia,41.312. 2. WuDaing, China,41.516. 3. CharleCournoyer,Canada,41.617. 4. LiangWenhao, China, 1:13.590.

Men'sBeeeRelay

Final A 1. Russia(Victor An,SemenElistratov, Vladimir Grigorev,RuslanZakharov), 6:42.100 (OR). 2. UnitedStates(EddyAlvarez, Miami;J.R. Celski, FederalWay,Wash.; Chris Creveling, Kintersvige,Pa.; JordanMalone, Denton,Texas), 6:42.371. 3. China (Chen Dequan, HanTianyu, Shi Jingnan,WuDaiing), 6:48.341. 4. Netherlands (DaanBreeuwsma, Niels Kerstholt, Siinkie Knegt,FreekVan Der Wart), 6:49.149. 5. Kazakhstan (Abzal Azhgaliyev, Aydar Bekzhanov,Denis Nikisha, Nurbergen Zhumagaziyev), 6:54.630.

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Final A 1. Park Seung-Hi, SouthKorea,1:30.761. 2. FanKexin, China,1:30.811. 3. Shim SukHee,South Korea,1:31.027. 4. JessicaSmith,UnitedStates, Melvindale, Mrch., 1:31.301.

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women gave their politically torn country some good news at the Sochi Games on Friday. As government and opposition leaders worked to end the monthslong Ukrainian crisis that erupted in deadly

bronze in women's slopestyle skiing, and picked up a silver in the men's halfpipe, for a total of nine freestyle medals. In the skicross final, Ophelie David

of France wiped out about two-thirds down the course, giving the bronze to Sweden's Anna Holmlund.

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U.S. captain Zach Parise skates off the ice as Canadian players celebrate after beating the U.S. t-0 in the semifinals Friday. The U.S. will play Finland today for the bronze medal, while the Canadians will face Sweden for gold.

Canada routed Britain 9-3 to win

en's 4x6-kilometer biathlon relay team its third straight gold in men's curling won the nation's first gold medal in two and gave the country a sweep of the feat China 6-4.

Short track Victor Ahn, who was born in South Korea and became a Russian citizen in 2011, won the men's 500 and now

has acareer-record eight shorttrack

was 26.4 seconds behind to take sil-

medals. In addition to winning the

ver, and Norway trailed by 37.6 to win bronze.

500, he anchored the Russian 5,000 relay team to gold. He also became

Freestyle skiing

the first skater to win all four individual short track events at the Olym-

Marielle Thompson and Kesley Ser- pics. The U.S. team won silver in the relay, ending a medal drought for the freestyle skiing events in Sochi. The American speedskaters. Park Seungothers came in men's and women's hi of South Korea won the women's moguls. Canada also won gold and 1,000. wa gave Canada its third 1-2 finish in

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and found a gear that the U.S.— for

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deep disappointment that will stick with them for some time.

whatever reason — couldn't duplicate. That left players perplexed

SOCHI, Russia — A lone voice cried out from the crowd with five

minutes left and the U.S. men's hockey team helplessly pressing to generate scoringchances. "I believe in miracles!" the man yelled. With all due respect to 1980 and that scrappy bunch of youngsters, this collection of American hockey

"I think all of us thought we'd be because this was not the occasion to leave anythingoff the table. "We had an awesome opportunirick Kane said. "Obviously it wasn't good enough to win the game so it's ty,"forward David Backes said. "I don't think we quite laid it all on the tough right now." They wore the underdog label line the way we needed to in order proudly in Vancouver in 2010. An to win. A 1-0 game in the semifinal overtime loss to Canada and a silver against your rival country, that's a medal, though disappointing at the sour taste." in a different situation," forward Pat-

talent didn't need a miracle Friday time, created a sense of optimism night. No, they needed something that a gold medal in these Games else. Let's start with more speed and seemed like a realistic expectation. aggressiveness, the kind of go-forThey certainly looked the part in broke mentality that they carried advancing to the semifinals. They onto the ice against Russia a week led the tournament in scoring and ago. settled into their roles nicely and had Strangely, that air of invincibility the look of a team that was steadily vanished in a game that they viewed building momentum to something as their chance at redemption after special. They looked reactive Friday. sufferingheartbreak fouryearsago. Canada played at warp speed to Instead, their uber-skilled rivals keep the U.S. pinned in its own end north of the border took the fight for long stretches, unable to dictate to Team USA all game and rode the game's tempo. one goal and suffocating defense to The U.S. had some scoring chanca 1-0 victory and a spot in the gold es along the way, but the Canadians medal game in the Olympic hockey made Jamie Benn's goal and Carey tournament. Price's 31 saves stand up because Canada will attempt to defend they kept their foot on the gas the its Olympic title against Sweden on entire game. "They came at us with 20 guys, Sunday. The U.S. will try to salvage something from this trip against they came at us with speed, they Finland in today's bronze medal came at us for 60 minutes," U.S. coach Dan Bylsma said. "That was game (7 a.m. PST). The dejected U.S. contingent as fast a game that I've ever been a promised to soldier on and fight part of. It was up and down the ice. hard for that medal. But they didn't

fly 6,000 miles for bronze, not after winning silver in 2010 and entering this tournament with a gold-or-bust

We weren't able to counter that or match that as much we would like."

Credit where credit is due: The

Canadiansarethebestteam assembled in the world, so deep in talent

that they're playing for gold and Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews still have not scored goals in this tournament. Canada put the U.S. on

the defensive by turning the game into a track meet. The U.S. is now 3-12-3 all-time

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her medal chances had vanished. She responded with a blazing 51.11-second

Continued from C1 time on her second run, best of the Shiffrin, the defending world champ, night. "I did not lose the gold medal," Schild rolled into the event as prohibitive favorite, but her victory included unex-

said. "I won the silver medal with the

pected drama. After her dominating first run, the gold seemed a virtual cer-

second run. I don't want to say I lost

tainty. Her run led the rest of the field

So does Shiffrin. The teen gold medalist wants to celebrate her emergence

something today. I want to celebrate."

against Canada in the Olympics. The Americans lost in overtime in

she almost encountered catastrophe.

ing talk of the "next Lindsay Vonn" or

the championship game in Vancou-

She briefly lost her footing and wondered if she had lost her medal. "'Oh, I'm going out of the course,'" Shiffrin remembered saying to herself. For an instant, she wondered if her Olympic debut would end in disaster. "It was a pretty terrifying experience really," she said. "It's probably not

the "next Tina Maze" for months.

the worst thing that could happen in

Shiffrin entered these Olympics under immense expectations. She met

ver and now must swallow another

one-goal loss. Regardless, the U.S. now must wait four more years to try to win its first gold medal since 1980,

which means more reminders of Miracle on Ice, a narrative that has grown tiresome to the current

group wearing red, white and blue. "Thirty-four years ago, it was a miracle," Bylsma said. "It's not a miracle for us to think about

mylife." But it probably would have been

as her own person. She's endured hear-

"I do like being compared to all these amazing athletes," Shiffrin said, making sure to sound diplomatic. "It's amazing to be compared to them but

I also want to be Mikaela Shiffrin and hopefully this gold medal is going to be able to prove that." those expectations.

Her fame took an enormous leap

close to the worst thing.

Shiffrin, from the Vail Valley in Col-

winning a gold medal. The refer-

orado, shared a remarkably satisfied

Friday, but she declines to worry about how her life will be altered.

ences are a little old. They're not

podium with two of her heroes from Austria, silver medalist Marlies Schild

"Maybe it won't change too much," she said. "It will just change the way I

and bronze medalist Kathrin Zettel.

want it to change. I'll still be the same

Schild, 32, struggled on her first run, finishing sixth, and wondered if

girl and still looking for more speed on

applicable." It's not that they weren't capable He's right. The U.S. didn't need a of it. This U.S. team can play fast, miracle Friday. It just needed to play

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Portland Trail Blazers guard Wesley Matthews, right, goes to

the hoop against Utah Jazz center Enes Kanter during the second half of Friday night's game in Portland. Matthews scored 24 points as the Blazers beat the Jazz102-94.

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night'S game againSt Miztne-

Blazers guard Damian Lil-

sotabefore heisreevaluated. Dorell Wright started in Aldridge's place. The Blazers also were

lard did what an All-Star is

without forward Joel Free-

PORTLAND With P ortland trailing U tah t o start the fourth quarter, Trail

supposed to do. land, who has a right knee Lillard scored 14 points in sprain, and Meyers Leonard, the final period and finished who sprained his left ankle with 28 for the short-handed in practice on Monday. Trail Blazers in a much-needPortland's front court got ed 102-94 victory over Utah

even thinner when Batum,

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myself," he said. Lillard grabbed attention last weekend by taking part in a record five All-Star

room late in the first half. Will Barton started the sec-

ond half, but Batum returned late in the third quarter. The Jazz were without for-

events. Last-season's Rookie ward Derrick Favors, who of the Year was a first-time

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Today'sGames NewOrleansatWashington, 4p.m. MemphisatCharlotte, 4p.m. Dallas atDetroit, 4:30p.m. NewYorkatAtlanta, 4;30p.m. Indiana atMilwaukee, 5:30p.m. Minnesota at Utah,6 p.m. Bostonat Sacramento, 7 p.m. BrooklynatGoldenState, 7:30p.m. Sunday'sGames L A. Clippers atOklahomaCity,10am Chicago at Miami,12;30 p.m. Washington at Cleveland,3 p.m. Orlando at Toronto,3 p.m. Sacramento atDenver, 5p.m. BrooklynatL.A.Lakers, 6 p.m. Minnesotaat Portland, 6p.m. Housto natPhoenix,6p.m.

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Blazers102, Jazz94 UTAH(94) Jefferson3-10 0-0 8, Ma.Wiliams 1-3 2-2 4, Kanter 12-201-2 25, Burke8-16 2-2 21, Hayw ard 5-11 6-617,Gobert0-2 1-2 1, Burks5-152-412, Garrett2-4 0-04, Evans1-10-0 2, Rush0-00-0 0. Totals 37-8214-1894. PORTLAND (102) Batum1-4003,Wright2-40-05,Lopez5-82-2 12, Liffard11-28 4428, Matthews917 55 24,Rob-

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Smith 7-172-217, Monroe10-172-6 22,Drummond10-110-8 20,Jennings3-12 4-612, Singler 7-11 2-220,Stuckey5-102-412, Jerebko1-2 0-0 3, Caldwell-Pope 0-00-00, Bynum4-71-1 9.Totals 47-8713-29 118. Atlanta 22 41 20 24 — 107 Detroit 19 33 34 29 — 115

Raptors 98, Cavaliers 91 CLEVEUIND (91) Deng6-157-821, Thompson6-101-313, Zeller 4-6 0-0 8, Jack3-9 2-2 9, Irving 3-16 10-12 17, Hawes 3-10007,Dellavedova2-7005,Bennett46 1-49,Gee1-30-02.Totals32-8221-29 91. TORONTO(98) Ross9-180-020,Johnson2-90-04, Valanciunas 8-12 2-318,Lowry5-13 3-414, DeR ozan5-14 4-4 14, Patterson 3-8 0-08, Hansbrough3-30-0 6,Salmons3-80-06, Vasquez2-6 2-28, Novak0-2 0-00. Totals 40-9311-13 98. Cleveland 22 22 21 28 — 91 Toronto 16 23 37 22 — 98

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The price of oil fell slightly but remained above $102 a barrel on Friday, aided by strong demand due to severe winter weather in the U.S. Among metals, gold and silver posted gains.

Foreign Exchange The ICE dollar index, which measures the strength of the U.S. currency against six currencies, declined Friday, as traders assessed new data showing U.S. home sales fellin January.

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BRIEFING GL Solutions to add employees GL Solutions, a Bend maker of software for regulatory agencies, has acquired a newclient, the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology, the company announced Friday. The new contract and other recent sales means another10 hires at GLSolutions in customer service, projectmanagementand software configuration, according to the company. GLSolutionswon nine new state contracts in 2013 and is now in 70 agencies and19 states, according to its news release. Thecompany, which has 55employees, expects to addan

a ein exico? ourcarmi By Adriana Gomez Licon

new jobs to pull millions out

produce more than 200,000

Automotive Industry Associ-

The Associated Press

of poverty as northbound mi-

billion over that span.

"I congratulate Honda for its having confidence in Mexico, for havingtotal confidence in the development of our coun-

caution that most of the new

Fithatchbacks and compact sport-utility vehicles a year, helpingpush total Mexican car

ed States' No. 1 source of im-

car jobs are low-skill and pay

exports to the U.S. to1.7mil-

portedcarsbythe end ofnext year, overtaking Japan and

too little. Mexico's low and

lion in 2014, roughly 200,000

ation. "Mexico is now one of the major globalplayers in car manufacturing." When NAFTA was signed two decades ago, Mexico

stagnant wages have kept the

Canada in a manufacturing

poverty rate between 40 and 50

more than Japan, consulting firm IHS Automotive says. And

produced 6percent of the cars built in North America. It now

boomthat's turningthe auto industryinto abigger source of

percent since the passage of the with another bigplant starting

provides 19 percent. Total Mex-

tended the opening of the plant in the town of Celaya along

North American Free Trade

next week, Mexico is expected

ican car production has risen

with Honda CEO Takanobu

dollars than money sent home

Agreement two decades ago. An $800 million Honda

to surpass Canada for the top spot by the end of 2015.

39 percent from 2007,to nearly

Ito. "They're contributing to two basic objectives, generat-

plant that opened Friday in the central state of Guanajuato will

3 million cars a year. The total value of Mexico's car exports

Solis, president of the Mexican

CELAYA, Mexico — Mexico

is on track to become the Unit-

by migrants. The boom is raising hopes thatMexico can create enough

gration slows sharply. Critics

"It's a safe bet," said Eduardo

try," said Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who at-

ing wealth and creating jobs in surged from $40billion to $70.6 this country."

HIGHER EDUCATION

College presidents salary cap gains favor

additional five to10 this

year, said JakeBurts, sales and marketing manager. The Arizona State Board of Cosmetology will use the software to track licensing and enforcement processes at salons and schools around the state. In Oregon, GLSolutions supplies software to the state Medical Board and the Department of Environmental Quality, Burts said. The companydeveloped its software specifically for government regulatory agencies. In business 17years, GL Solutions also provides service and support.

By Nick Anderson and Jena McGregor The Washington Post

It was a novel idea that bub-

bled up at an unusual public college. A group ofprofessors at St. Mary's College of Maryland, outraged about a trend of rising presidential pay in higher education, wanted to cap the salary of their school's president at a level no more than 10times what the col-

— Bulletin staff report

lege's least-paid employees make. O'• y

The professors drafted a proposal that would have set

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Partners Jeremy Cox, left, and Chris Coxflank partner Garrett Wales at10 Barrel Brewing Co.'s Bend pub onNorthwest Galveston

a minimum salary of about

Avenue in this 2010 photo. They are planning to add more fermentation tanks and expand their brewery on Northeast18th Street by nearly10,000 square feet.

$30,000 a year for employees such as housekeepers and groundskeepers. The maximum for the president would havebeen approximately $300,000, about $25,000 less thanwhat the college now pays its interim chief. The idea reflects a populist revolt within higher education regarding presidential salaries, which often rise

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By Rachael Rees The Bulletin

10 Barrel Brewing

Co. is planning a nearly 10,000-square-foot expansion that will double the northeast Bend brewery's capacity and increase employment. "We've been prepping

"It's where we turn the brewers loose and let them use their creativity to do what they do best."

faster than inflation, while

lower-paid employees struggle to make what is considered a "living wage." Many presidents earn more than

"This year we will be roll-

$500,000 a year in salary and benefits, and some earn more than $1 million — packages that are drawing fresh scrutiny at schools, such as St.

ing out a line of 22-ouce bottles for the small-tank series,"

he said. Cox said the brewery plans — Garrett Wales, a partner in 10 Barrel Brewing Co., on the to add four new 40-barrel company focusing onsmall batches of new, experimental beers, tanks to make more of the as opposed to increasing overall production small-tank series, such as Raspberry Crush, as well as for months," said partner three400-barreltanks to proChris Cox. "It's a prettybig duce higher-volume bottled expansion." In March 2012, the owners But with the expansion, beer like Apocalypse IPA. The additional square footopened a new production said Cox and partner GarThe growth will also allow age will be added to the east brewery on Northeast 18th rett Wales, 10 Barrel's focus the brewery to sell its only side of the 15,000-square-foot Street. will be creating more small canned beer — Pub Beerbrewery on Northeast 18th They opened a Bend brew- batches of new, experimental in grocery and convenience Street. pub in 2010 on Northwest beers, not increasing overall stores, said partner Jeremy Cox said the project will be Galveston Avenue, and in production. Cox. Now, it can only be pur"It's where we turn the divided into two phases. First, April, a second pub began chased in their brewpubs. he said, additional fermenta- operating in Boise, Idaho. 10 brewers loose and let them Wales said he expects the tion tanks will be moved in. Barrel beer is available in Or- use their creativity to do what expansion, the cost of which Extending the building will egon, Washington and Idaho. they do best," Wales said. has not been finalized, will be the second phase. 10 Barrel ranked seventh Wales said all of the brew- create an additional 15 to 20 "We've been expanding ery's seasonalbeers have in the state last year in projobs. Currently, the two brewsince we opened," Cox said. duction, which totaled 16,100 started as part of the smallpubs and brewery employ 10 Barrel, originally named barrels, accordingtoOregon tank series. On average, the 205 people total. Wildfire Brewing Co., opened Liquor Control Commission brewers produce about one — Reporter: 541-617-7818, in 2007 on High Desert Lane. figures. new beer a week. rrees@bendbulletin.com

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Mary's that's been forced to

cut spending as budgets have tightened in recent years. "We're not asking for anythingreally radical here," said Sandy Ganzell, an associate professor of mathematics who

supportedtheplan."Some are suggesting that the president's salary should be market-driven. I see market forces as being the problem, not the solution." Some in higher education saypresidential salaries are one of many factors that drive

up college costs, which in turn drive up tuition. The Chronicle of Higher Education reported lastyear that

75 public college or university leaders had earned at least $500,000 in total compensation

in fiscal 2012.

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• Kathy Caba,principal broker with John L. Scott in Bend, hasearned the president's gold award for 2013for her high volume in realestate sales. • Jillian Colehas joined the Family Kitchen board of trustees. Cole,amarketing manager at BendBroadband, will focus on helping the board with her marketing and media experience. • JaneanneUpphasbeen re-elected astreasurer to the Cultural Advocacy Coalition 2014 board of directors. Upp previously servedaspresident of the High Desert Museum. • Neil Bryanthas beenre-elected to

Whitelaw

Johnson

the Cultural Advocacy Coalition 2014 board of directors. • Dan Cecchinipresented at the 45th Annual International Association for Falconry andConservation of Birds of Prey meeting, held in Doha,Qatar, in January. Cecchini presented onthe impact that commercial wind farms have on wildlife. • Dr. Dana Whitelaw,of Bend, has been appointed aspresident of the High Desert Museum. Previously the vice president of programs, Whitelaw holds a doctorate in biological anthropology from the University of Colorado.

Hart

Decker

Baxter

• Brenda Johnson was the top sales agent at John L. Scott in Redmond for the month of January. • Lisa Hartand Everett Decker tied for the top listing agent at John L. Scott in Redmondfor the month of January. • Don Baxterhas joined Total Property Resources as a broker. A licensed principal broker andcertified appraiser in Oregonand Hawaii, Baxter previously ownedBaxter Realty Group LLC inHawaii. • Pam Stevensonhasbeen appointed by theSmall Business Development Center atCentral

Stevenson

Frederickson

Oregon Community Collegeas business adviser for the GrowOregon program. Stevenson is the ownerof Sprocket Consulting. • Heather Fredericksonhasjoined the DukeWarner Broker team. Frederickson hasbeen aRealtor for seven years. • Erica B. Straderhas joined Stahancyk, Kent andHook in Bendas an associate attorney. Strader,a2013 graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law, hasmembership in the Oregon State Bar,the Oregon Women Lawyers Association and the Deschutes County BarAssociation.


IN THE BACK ADVICE Ee ENTERTAINMENT W Volunteer search, D2 Religious services, D2-3 Support groups, D4 THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY22, 2014

O www.bendbulletin.com/community

Billionaire is big on

SPOTLIGHT

Songwriting contest entry info The Central Oregon Songwriters Association is accepting submissions for its16th annual Song of theYearcontest. Songs must besubmitted at COSA'smonthly meeting at 2 p.m.Sunday at Kelly D'sSports

'patriotic

giving' By Jennifer Steinhauer New York Times News Service

Bar & Grill, 1012 S.E.

ClevelandAve., Bend. Categories include rock, indie alternative, singer-songwriter, hip hop, country, folk, pop, blues, jazz, spiritual, children's and instrumental. To submit, you must be a COSAmember. Entryfee is $10per song. Contact: bookjanellybean©gmail.com or

WASHINGTONThe expansive reach of David Rubenstein

into the public life of the nation's capital

canbe seen during a brief excursion from his downtown office

at the Carlyle Group, the private equity firm he co-founded

and made him a billionaire. Begin across the

541-390-3152.

Central Oregon film fest nearing The entry deadline is approaching for theCentral Oregon FilmFestival at RedmondCinemas May 6-7. Filmmakers have until March 31to submit their entries. The festival is afamily-friendly event for short films. Films must be1-8 minutes for ages10-14 and112 minutes for ages15-18 andadult. The entry fee is$25. Sponsorship forms are available onthe festival's website — participants can print them tofundraise for their entry fees. The festival, produced by Central OregonShowcase, offers cash prizes and prize packages, including a trip to LAIKA Studios in Portland. For entry forms, rules, sponsorship information and more, visit www. CentralOregonShowcase.com.

street at the National

Photos by Andy Tullis1The Bulletin

Quizmaster Simone Morris-Martin reads questions for teams playing trivia at The Lot, a food cart complex on Bend's west side. Trivia competitions hosted by Astro Lounge and The Lot bring a packed crowd to their respective venues on Tuesday nights.

permanent loan. Then

head to the Library of Congress, and see the first map of the Unit-

ed States, also his, in the Great Hall.

Makeyourwayto the earthquake-damaged Washington Monument, which •

n eerie silence took hold of Astro Lounge during last Tuesday's trivia night challenge when quizmaster John Davis read the answers to questions he asked the crowd about Olympic host

Rubenstein endowed, part of a $7 million Smithsonian gift. Over theyears, Rubenstein, who has a fortune estimated at

cities. "Innsbruck," Davis said, as he told the few dozen people who occupied every bar stool, booth, couch and table at the downtown Bend bar where 1964 Winter Games were held. "The answer to question No.

$3billion, has made gifts to the usual array of universities, hospi-

t als and ~ org a nizations beloved by wealthy donors. But

1 is Innsbruck."

six-person team had already

he stands nearly alone m shormg up mshtutions generallyunder thepurview of the federal government.

written their answers to each

About $200 million

question Davis asked during the first of six, six-question rounds and handed them to a neighboring team so they could be checked off and scored. This put everybody in a vulnerable situation, with their knowledge being judged by a group of strangers based solely on whether they knew

of the $300 million he has given away has beenwhat he calls "patriotic giving."

Members of each two- to

"The United States

cannot affordto do the things it used to do," Rubenstein said, "and I thinkit would

be a good thing if more people would say My national zoo needs money, the Archives need money. I thinkwe're goingto have to do more for

Paris hosted the 1900 Winter Games and Munich hosted the

1972 Summer Games. To make matters worse, Davis and his partner, Nate

Dorval, promised to buy that round's top-scoring team drinks so every wrong answer not only injured a team's

them.'"

pride but lessened its chances

fered from cutbacks in federal spending

And there is plenty more to do in a city that has not only suf-

of getting free booze. It took Astro Lounge owner Josh Maquet more than four

yearstoturnhisTuesday night trivia challenges into

but which historically John Davis, left, and Nate Dorval have spent a year as the Astro Lounge's quizmasters. They took this duty over from bar owner Josh Maquet, who started playing trivia at his downtown Bend establish-

ment four years ago.

sistently doubles his typical weeknight sales. He's seen three businesses try to dupli-

cate this success — including The Lot, a food-cart complex

them fail.

its trivia night two hours before his does — and two of But potentially his biggest competition is just now making its way to town: Representatives from Geeks Who Drink — a Denver-based corporation that runs trivia night

challenges at 490 bars in 30

has lacked both the wealth and the philanthropictraditions of

places like New York.

an established event that con-

• Community events: Email event information to events©bendbulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" at www.bendbulletin.com. Allow at least10 days before the desired date of publication. Contact:

— From staff reports

dy Center for the Performing Arts, where his $75 million has bought, amongother things, a new pipe organ. End up at the National Zoo, where baby Bao Bao frolics in the panda habitat

By Mac McLeane The Bulletin

on Bend's west side that starts

• Story ideas: Email communitylife@bendbulletin.com.

• Bend's bar trivia scene is onthe rise and getting a boost from a newplayer in town

Contact us with ideas

541-383-0351.

will reopen this spring after a $15 million repair, halfpaidforby Rubenstein, then zip to the John E Kenne-

Event raises funds for outdoored Community members are invited to help raise moneyfor a local outdoor educational program bydining at McMenamins OldSt. Francis School from 5to 11 p.m. March 4.All of the proceeds from the event will go to provide scholarships so local fifth-graders canattend outdoor school. The proceeds goto Carly's Kids, anonprofit foundation that helps fund outdoor education for Bend-La Pine Schools. The organization was founded in honor of Carly Phillips, who died three years ago. In 2012, the nonprofit raised enough money tosend 38 fifth-graders from Ensworth Elementary School to Multnomah Outdoor School, a place wherePhillips had worked. In 2013, the group funded 68 children from Ensworth and Juniper elementary schools. Thegoal this year is to offer funding for 500 students from Ensworth, Juniper, La Pine, Rosland, Bear Creek, LavaRidge, Pine Ridge andBuckingham. The students will attend Camp Tamarack in Sisters. Contact: www.carlyskids.org

Archives, the site of the new gallery, named after him, where a copy of the Magna Carta, which hebought in 2007 for $23 million, is on

states — recently confirmed they're looking to build on their early success in Portland by coming to Bend.

The crowd

against them," Maquet said

While there were

Halfway through the first

smartphone, do a quick Google search, and settle the mat-

wealthy and civic-minded men like Duncan Phillips and Eugene Meyer who

round, Davis answered a

ter once and for all.

question that had everyone in the audience sitting on

But none of these questions pointed toward the right

pins and needles: "What city hostedthe 1940 Summer

answer because the 1940

Olympics?" People were heard asking

not exist. "Question No. 3 was a trick

the federal govern-

will force his mom-and-pop

their teammates "Was that the

trivia night to close. "There's a

Olympics with Jesse Owens?"

maintained the parks and museums that

lot of people who want to play

or "Didn't we boycott that

trivia, and it would be great if

one because of the Nazis?" as they resisted the ever-present

question — there were no Olympic Games in World War II," Davis said, prompting loud cheers from teams that inched one stepcloser to a free drink. See Trivia /D5

to Steven Pearlstein,

"I'm not for them. I'm not

of the trivia business, which he sees as a potential partner rather than a Wal-Mart that

we could pool (our resources) together."

temptation to pull out their

Olympic Games simply did

"There'sa lot of people who want to play trivia, and it would be great if we could pool (our resources) together." — Josh Maquet, Astro Loungeowner

left their mark on Washington in the last century, it was ment that built and in other cities donors

endowed, according aprofessorofpublic and international

affairs at George Mason University and

a columnist for The Washington Post. SeeGiving/D4


D2 THE BULLETIN• SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014

'Book of Daniel'-inspired faststie If God does leaner diet to reverence for God not forgive, VOICES OFFAITH

then why should we? The Kansas City Star The Rev. Joe Nassal,Pre-

By Annysa Johnson

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

MILWAUKEE —

M e l issa

Taylor stirs a steaming pot of soup atop the stove in her

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north side Milwaukee kitchen.

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There are lentils and carrots, tomatoes and celery, a bay leaf that bobs to the sur-

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cious Blood Center, Liberty, Mo.: While the Book of Revelation may warn that God

face with each turn of the wooden spoon. It's a feast, by

does not forgive sinners, the evidence to the contrary

elation we read that "Jesus Christ is the faithful witness

others — and a staple for the spiritual journey on which she and her husband, Josh Taylor, will soon embark. On Feb. 10, the Taylors began a 21-day "Daniel fast," Gary Porter1 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel a Biblically inspired period Melissa Taylor prepares a vegetable stew for a "Book of Daniel" of prayerand relative depri- fast based on the book In the Bible that inspires healthy eating.

... who loves us and freed

vation, various versions of

us from our sins by his own blood." Forgiveness is a gift that comes first in the form of grace and then is given as

which have become increasingly popular in evangelical not pass their lips during this Christian circles. prayerful period, followers Based on passages in the look to scripture, specifically "Book of Daniel," these so- two passages in the Book of called fasts — they're partial Daniel. fasts, really — have spawned D aniel is th e story o f a a small industry of how- prophet, a diviner of dreams, to books an d d e votionals, held captive in Babylonia blogs, recipe exchanges and some 600 years before the

in the Scriptures is over-

whelming that God's best quality is divine mercy. In the first chapter of Rev-

a gift to another in the form

of mercy. Or as John Arnott put it, "Grace is getting something that you don't

deserve; mercy is not getting something that you do deserve." F orgiveness is not a warm, fuzzy feeling; it is a decision, an act of the

some standards, famine by

l onger-term plans t hat

courage healthy eating as a show of reverence for God's creation. "It's meant to humble your

flesh," said the Rev. Mike

one who has sinned against

in Milwaukee,who began a period of fasting with church members last weekend. "It's all about seeking God,"

Brownie, the Taylors' pastor at Rehoboth New Life Center

Brownie told adherents at a

to dominate my present or control my future.

recent Tuesday night Bible study on the subject. "If you

Some believe that to for-

draw near to him, then he is

give the sinner is to diminish the importance of or

going to draw near to you." Fasting is an ancient prac-

even erase altogether the of-

tice common to most f aith traditions. M an y C h r i stian

fense. But as Lewis Smedes wrote, "When we forgive evil we do not excuse it, we do not tolerate it, we do not

smother it. We look the evil full in the face, call it what

it is, let its horror shock and stun and enrage us, and only then do we forgive it." Ultimately, forgiveness is a step in the direction of the

hope.

includingbrown rice andpopcorn; certain oils; and water

and juice. Some fast for 21 days; some m ore, some fewer. But t h e

food is just part of it. Followers are encouraged to pray more, read their Bibles, or listen to

praisemusic or podcasts of sermons — some of which are Daniel vows to eat only vege- provided or sold on churchtables and water rather than and Daniel-related websites. defile himself with the royal Some churches send out daily food and wine provided by devotionals on Facebook and his captors (after which Dan- 7witter. "It's not that easy," said Meiel is said to appear healthier than those who ate the king's lissa Taylor, a self-described foods). chocoholic who grew up fastLater, in preparation for ing for a week each January a vision, he says: "I, Daniel, in the Apostolic Pentecostal mourned for three weeks. I church movement. ate no choice food; no meat or In addition to changing the wine touched my lips." way they eat, she and husband From these few words, pro- Josh planned to curtail their ponents of the Daniel fasts TV time and cut back on video have developed variations of games and social media. "The idea is to conform our these dietary guidelines that in some ways mimic a vegan will to the will of God," said diet: Taylor, who plans to spend N o meats; no d a i ry; n o more time reading her Bible sweeteners; no leavened bread and memorizing scripture. or baked goods; no refined or Though it's not a traditional processed foods; and no cof- fast, in which one abstains enfee — though some allow herb tirely from food for a period of

e n - birth of Christ. In Chapter 1,

will. This means that even though I carry the scar of the injury or the injustice of the me, I will not allowthe memory of it to withhold the mercy I extend to the other. I will not allow the sin of the past

/

churches fast early in the new year as a kind of cleansing and to mark a new beginning. The idea is to deprive the physical self, so one can focus more intently on the spiritual; teas and honey. to subjugate the ego, to better In their place, participants hear the divine. are to eat essentially a plantThose are the aims of the based diet: fruits and vegetaDaniel fasts, but with a twist. bles, legumes, nuts and seeds. In deciding what will and will Whole grains are allowed,

time, she says it has much the

same effect. "It creates a kind of mind

shift and makes you more aware of how you've been living," she said.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES To submit service information orannouncements for religious organizations, email bulletin© bendbulletin.com orcall 541-383-0358. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor DaveMiller; "Let Us Hold Fast to OurConfession"; Sunday at10 a.m.; 4twelveyouth group; Wednesdays at 7p.m.; 19831 Rocking HorseRoad,Bend. BENDCHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "God BlessesThoseWhoGive"; Sunday at10:15a.m., 1270N.E. 27th St., Bend. CROSSCHURCH:Pastor Ed Byrnes; "Teach Me To Pray: Praying Purposefully"; today at6:30 p.m. and Sundayat10 a.m.; 64 N.W. Franklin Ave.,Bend. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor DaveDrullinger; "Stuck on theOuts,"based onMark3:22-30; Sunday at10 a.m.;Adult Biblestudy at 9 a.m.; 334N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. EASTMONTCHURCH:PastorChris Charon; "God'sUnfailing Love," based onHosea3; Sundayat9 and10:45 a.m.;62425Eagle Road, Bend. FATHER'SHOUSECHURCHOF GOD:Pastor RandyWils; "Can We PassTheTest,"as partof the series, "AnUncertain Journey to a PromisedHope"; Sundayat 9 and 10:45a.m.;Youth Group; Wednesdays at 7p.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road,Bend. THE FELLOWSHIP ATBEND: Pastor LorenAnderson; "Lonely Under theSun," basedon Ecclesiastes 4:1-16;Sundayat10 a.m.; Summit HighSchool, 2855 N.W. Clearwater Drive, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Ron Werner; "Living Well: Abundant Justice"; Sunday at 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m.and 5:01p.m.;230 N.E.Ninth St., Bend. FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: TheRev.Thom Larson; "Live With Integrity," basedon Matthew 5:13-16and Isaiah58:612; Sunday at 9and11 a.m.; 680 N.W. BondSt., Bend. FOUNDRY CHURCH:Mike Coughlin; "Faith Heroes:Danieland His Friends," based on"The Story"; Sunday at10:15a.m.; 60 N.W. Oregon Ave.,Bend. GRACEFIRSTLUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "Too Cheeky ForYou?" and "Building Blocks"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; 2265 N.W .Shevlin Park Road, Bend. JOURNEY CHURCH:Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; "Happy4th Birthday Journey Church —TheBest Is Yet To Come";Sundayat10a.m. and 6:30 p.m 70 4 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend. NATIVITYLUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor ChrisKramer;Sunday at9and11 a.m.;Biblestudy; Wednesdays at10a.m. and Thursdays at 6p.m.; 60850 BrosterhousRoad, Bend. NEWPORTAVENUE CHURCHOF CHRIST:Minister DeanCatlett; "The SpeckInspector," basedon Matthew 7:1-8; Sunday at10:45 a.m.; 554 N.W.Newport Ave.,Bend. REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; "Mustard Seed Faith," based onLuke13:121; Sunday at 8a.m., 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.; 2880 N.E 27th St., Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITYOFTHE CASCADES: Annual membershipmeeting and potluck; Sundayat 5:15p.m4held at The OldStoneChurch, 157N.W. Franklin Ave.,Bend. SPRINGS OF LIFEMINISTRIES: Evangelist andBible teacher Eddie Cienda; W ednesdaysat7p.m.; ongoing; TheSound GardenStudio, 1279 N.E.SecondSt., Bend. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Sunday at 9a.m.; St. Francis Church, 2450N.E.27th St., Bend. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CENTRAL OREGON: Lay-led service with Wendy Howardand Marean Jordan; "BelovedCommunity: the CompassionateConnections that Sustain Us"; Sunday at11 a.m.; at the Old StoneChurch,157 N.W. Franklin Ave.,Bend. WESTSIDE CHURCH:Pastor Corey Parnell; "CheckYourCash"; today at6:30p.m.andSundayat8,9and 10:45 a.m.; 2051N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend.

WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Corey Parnell; "CheckYour Cash"; Sunday at10:30 a.m.;1245S.EThird St., Bend. WESTSIDESISTERSCAMPUS: Pastor Corey Parnell; "CheckYour Cash"; Sunday at10:30 a.m.;442Trinity Way, Sisters. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Corey Parnell; "CheckYour Cash";today at6:30p.m.andSundayat8,9and 10:45 a.m.; www.westsidelive.org. WESTSIDERADIO CAMPUS: Pastor Bo Stern; "DreamingBigandWorking Hard"; today at8:30 a.m.; Heirborne radio show onKBND,AM1110. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Pastor RobAnderson; "Touching HeartsandTransforming Lives by aHelping Hand" basedonLuke 10:25-37; Sundayat 9and11 a.m4529 N.W.19th St., Redmond. EMMAUSLUTHERANCHURCH: TheRev.David Poovey;"Baptism: The Seedof Faith" based onMatthew 28:19; Sundayat10:30 a.m.; 2175S.W. Salmon Ave.,Redmond. GRACELUTHERANCHURCH AT EAGLE CREST: Pastor Randy VanMehren; "The PeopleWho Sat in Darkness Have Seena Great Light, Jesus the Light of the World"; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 7525 Falcon Crest Drive, Redmond. ST. PAUL'8ANGLICANCHURCH: Father JohnPennington; "Soul Samples: Crusty, Craggy,Crowded and Cultivated" based onLuke 8:4-15; Second Sundaybefore Lent; Sunday at10:30 a.m.;1108 W.Antler Ave., Redmond. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Eric Burtness; "Samson:ThePlayer God Used," aspart of theseries, "Reboot YourLife: SecondChancesfor DiscouragedBelievers"; Sundayat 8:30 and11 am41113BlackButte Blvd., Redmond. SHILOHRANCH COWBOY CHURCH: Pastor JordanWeaver; Sundayat 9and 10:30 a.m., Mondayat 7 p.m.; Men's Bible study; Thursdays at 7 a.m.; in the cafe of TheRim RockRiders Equestrian Facility, BrasadaRanch,17037S.W. Alfalfa Road,Powell Butte; Ladies Bible101, Thursday at 7p.m. at Jenay Brewer's home;541-241-4220 for directions. VERTICALCHURCH OF GOD:Pastor Jeremy Seibert; Sundayat10:30 a.m.; youthnight;Wednesdayat6 p.m.; 52460 Skidgel Road, LaPine. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor GlenSchaumloeffel; "Christ MadeLower: PartTwo,"based on Hebrews2:9-18; as part of the series, "Better: TheSupremacyof Christ"; Sunday at9:30 a.m.;1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev.Willis Jenson; "TheEternally Enduring Foundation of Life isGod's Word andSacraments, the Gospel," based on1 Corinthians 3:11;Sundayat 11 a.m.; held atTerrebonneGrange Hall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. AJOURNEYTOTRUTH— THE STORYOF ONEMAN'S RETURN TO THE FAITH:Matt Fraddwill share his experiencesand conversion with guests Ike NdoloandJamesSalas; free; March 16 from 3-5:30 p.m.;St.Francis of Assisi Parish, 2450N.E.27th St., Bend; David O'Neill at david©dioceseofbaker. org or Jill Wimer atspiritualgrowth@ stfrancisofbend.org. "A TASTE OFSILENCE" PRAYER:A morning of Centering prayerhosted by ContemplativeOutreach ofCentral Oregon; free;March 15from 9 a.m.noon; HeritageHall, First Presbyterian Church, 230N.E.Ninth St., Bend; Rita at 541-382-0086 orElizabeth at 541-382-4401. MADRAS OREGONAGLOW INTERNATIONALCOMMUNITY LIGHTHOUSEINCEPTION CELEBRATION: International speaker Vicky Adams;free; March1 at10a.m., meet andgreet at9:30 a.m.; Living Hope Christian Center, 25N.E.ASt., Madras; Brenda Sanborn at541-771-8844. TEMPLEBETHTIKVAH'8 "ATASTE OF JUDAISM"LECTURE SERIES:Rabbi JohannaHershenson;"Mechanics of Jewish SacredLiterature"; $6, high school students andyounger arefree; Monday from7-8:30 p.m.; St. Charles Bendeventroom;2500 N.E.NeffRoad, Bend; AnnRosenfield at541-388-8826 or www.bethtikvahbend.org/education/ adult-education.

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014 • THE BULLETIN "Celtic Cross" Christianity

"The Wheel of Dharma" Buddhism

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You Are The Most Important Part of Our Services

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service F Sunday School: 10 am Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided. Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Fri.: I I am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon-2 pm

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"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confueanism

Hinduism

This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Pastor Mike Johnson will share his message titled "Until We Meet Again" on Sunday beginning at 10:30 AM.

HOLY RKDKEMER CATHOLIC PARISH

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

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

Childcare is provided in our Sunday HOLY TRINITY,SUNRIVER morning service. Restored Youth 18143 Cottonwood Rd. Ministries and Family Night is on Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Wednesdays at 7 pm. A number of Faith Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Joumey Groups meet throughout the Sunday mass 8:00 am week in small groups, please contact the Confessions: Thurs. 9:00 - 9:15 am church for details and times. OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, The church is located on the corner of Gllchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Greenwood Avenue and Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com Confessions: Sundays 12:00• 12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,

1865 W Antler• Redmond

near Chrlstmas Valley 57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm

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

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery Wednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com

Spiritual Experiences Past Lives, Dreams, Soul Travel Introductory presentation8 discussion Saturday, February 22 3:00 pm at the East Bend Library 62080 Dean Swift Rd., Bend Try a spiritual exercise, explore the possibilities of learning from your dreams and past lives and leam what soul travel means. Coming in 2014: Oregon Regional Seminar, "Travel the Road to Spiritual Freedom" March 7-9 at the Unity Center of Portland 8 the Portland Eckankar Center. For More Information www.eckankar.org www.eckankar-oregon.org

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH

Rev. Julian Cassar Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541-382-3631 NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street Masses Saturday• Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7;30 AM, 10:00 AM Domingo 12:30 PM• Misa en Espanol

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

All arewelcomethroughourreddoors Sunday Services St. Helens Hall, 231 NW Idaho Ave 8 am and 10:15 am The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector www.trinitybend.org I 541-382-5542 MaiL 469 NW Waff St Ma¹we havee¹esIoseethat no visitor arriveswithout a gift and noguestJeaveswithout 4 blessing.

THE SALVATION ARMY

Reconciliation Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:45 PM

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

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EASTMONT CHURCH

"Displaying theRea(it¹ of Christin UndeniableWays"

62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382.5822 www.eastmontchurch.com Sunday Services Classic (Blended) Service 9:00 am Contemporary Service 10:45 am Hispanic Service 6:0 0 pm For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email info@eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST)

"A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel

SundaySchoolclassesare at9:00am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am This week at Foundry Church, Mike Coughlin will speak on, "Faith Heroes: Daniel and His Friends," from TheStory. 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 Life Groups 9:30 am 8 11:00 am Saturday Worship 7:00 pm Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

GLLVARY CHAPEL BEND

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

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

available, call for days and times. "Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

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

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

HOUSK OF COVENANT

is a member of the Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you're Jewish backgrounds. interested in leaming the Bible from a We welcome interfaith families Hebrew perspective, come join us at: and Jews by choice. Our monthly activities include: Bear Creek Center Services, religious education for 21300 Bear Creek Rd. children 8 adults, Hebrewschool, Torah Bend, OR. 97701 study, social action projects and social Our Shabbat Services are on activities Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries include: Rabbijohanna Hershenson Friday, February 21Family Shabat Service8 Potluck Friday, February 287:00 pm - Kaballat Shabat Services Series 2 - A Taste of Judaism"Mechanics of Jewish Sacred Literature" Monday, February 24• 7-8:30 pm, St Charles Medical Center Explore the dynamic evolution of Jewish literary independence in order to grasp how it is that the "Study of Torah" is the key to Jewish continuity.

• Davidic dance and worship • Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439 LIVING TORAH FELLOWSHIP @ La RocaChurch (155 SW Division, ¹D8, Bend Saturday 12:00• 3:00 pm Worship/Dance•Study •

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

Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in Spirit and Truth

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

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Children Welcome www.livingtorahfellowship.com

Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am(English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

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

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WESTSIDE CHURCH

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

February 22 F 23, 2014 at Westside Church —WEST CAMPUS Pastor Corey Parnell will share the message "Check Your Cash" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9 and 10:45am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

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

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

February 23, 2014 at Westside ChurchSOUTH CAMPUS

Pastor Corey Parnell will share the message "Check Your Cash" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE3rd St., Bend. February 23, 2014 at Westside ChurchSISTERS CAMPUS Pastor Corey Parnell wiff share the message "Check Your Cash" at 10:30am at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters. February 22 F 23, 2014 at Westside Church — ONLINE CAMPUS Join us at our online campus where Pastor Corey Parnell will share the message "Check Your Cash" at 6:30pm

Saturday and at 8, 9 and 10:45amon Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

February 23, 2014 Westside Church-

"Educating and Developing the Whole ON THE RADIO Child for the Glory of God" Pastor Bo Stern will share the message Pre K-5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 "Dreaming Big and Working Hard"on the Heirbome radio show at 8:30am Sunday Principal Lonna Camahan www.eastmontcommunityschool.com morning on KBND-AM 1110

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Wednesday Noon Worship followed by 12:30pm Contemplative Prayer

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

9;00 am Sunday School for all ages 9;00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service

230 NE Ninth Street, Bend

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

Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRAL OREGON

WEDNESDAY

"Drverse Behefs, One Fellowshrp" We are a Welcoming Congregation

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study February 23, 2014 at 11:00am:

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

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SOVKREIGN GRACK CHURCH Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend

"Beloved Community: the Compassionate Connections that Sustain Us" Lay-Led Service with Wendy Howard and Marean Jordan, speakers Two long-time members will speak on the past, present, and future of UUFCO as a caring community. Our monthly Greater Community Collection received this Sunday is designated for the Deschutes Land Trust.

Just 2 blocks SW ofBend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated Our religious education classes will look to worshiping God and teaching the at transforming love into anger (K-4) and Bible truths recovered through the ideas of the divine and who may rule Reformation. Call for information about the world (5.8). We also have childcare other meetings for infants and toddlers.

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

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

541.420.1667

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

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SundayMoming Worship 8:45 am 8 10:45 am

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA

Worship in the Heart of Redmond Sunday Worship Services at 8:30 am 8 11:00 am Sunday School for all ages 10:00 am

Children's Room available during services Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages Coff ee,snacksandfellowsfup after eachservice

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

1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 — 541.923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness

www.zionrdm.com

www.clcbend.com

COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street (3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor 9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children 8 Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 1(:00 am Traditional Worship Youth Groups High School - Sunday I I:00am-12:30pm Middle School - Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

THK RIVER MENNONITE CHURCH

Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

Sunday, 3 pm at the Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend Sunday School 2 years - 5th grade Nursery 0-2 years Visitors welcome Church Office: 541-389-8787 E.mail: theriver@mailshack.com Send to: PO Box 808, Bend OR 97709 www.therivermennonite.org

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

(In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672 Everyone isWelcome!

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 2(720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241

M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

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Senior Pastor Virgil Askren

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

2265 NWShevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862

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

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

grant eternal life. (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession

NKW HOPK EVANGELICAL

Contact us at 541-382-7504 or www. westsidechurch.org

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

MISSION (LCMS) The mission of theChurch istsfor¹ive sins throughtheGospelandthereby

20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389.3436

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

POWKLL BUTTK CHRISTIAN CHURCH

CONCORDIA LUTHKRAN

GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

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

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

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

Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

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

Youth Events http;//www.facebook.com/

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

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

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

KASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8;00 AM

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541-728-6476

REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD 541-548.4555 SUNDAYS

Religion of the Lightand Sound ofGod

"Star 8 Crescent" Islam

FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1049 NE 11th St.• 541.382.8274

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Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondc c.or I

Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title: "Live With Integrity" Scripture: Matthew 5;13-16 Isaiah 58:6-12 9:00 am Contemporary Service Sunday School during 9am service I I:00 am Traditional Service Childcare provided

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

CHURCH & SYNAGOGUE DIRECTORY LISTING Effective May I, 2013 4 Saturdays and TMC: $115 5 SaturdayS and TMC: $138 The Bulletin: EverySaturdayonthe church page.$23 Copy Changes: by 5 PMTuesday

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sign, it offered no instructions

David Rubenstein, who has a fortune estimated at $3 billion, stands nearly alone in shoring up institutions generally under the purview of the federal government, what he calls "patriotic giving."

on parking, driving or walking. Instead it displayed a rap lyric that made reference to

the very spot Castillo had just blown past. Bun B the OG like '95 Air

Max/Neon green outta Flight Club off Fairfax. Hours later, the 25-year-old

from the Venice, Calif., area found himself sweeping in front of his store next door

Carolyn Cole/ Los Angeles Times

Artist Jason Shelowitz (known at JayShells) is photographed with some of his rap quote signs at

Giving

the Office of Management and Budget. Newsweek once

Continued from D1 "The federal government was the sugar daddy," he said. For the most part, according to Pearlstein, Washing-

called him "the White House

ton has been a place where

workaholic." After his stint ended, Rubenstein took another corporate

law job but reassessed and concludedthathewa s"am ediocre

and gravitating toward the his home last month. sign again. He set his fingers

the currency has been power lawyer." With some partners, more than money. In the past he set out to found Carlyle,

to work twisting off the nuts

two decades, that has begun

and pushing hard on the brac- to see it, you'd be like, 'That's es to pop out the bolts. After ... awesome!' — and just take about "a cigarette and a half," a minute." Castillo held one of his most Growing up in the suburbs treasured pieces of street art. of New York, he was sur"I can see the energy the rounded by music; he and his artist put into it," he said. friends drove into the city to "This is some really thought- see live hip-hop and as he got ful stuff." older, some became DJs and Artist J a so n S h elowitz producers. "Never quiet," he (also known as Jay Shells) said. "Always on." installed 45 of the 46 signs he Years later, in his home stuhad designed for Los Ange- dio on the Upper East Side, les County in December, but Big L's track "Lifestylez Ov since then he believes all have Da Poor & Dangerous" startdisappeared. ed playing one day. The song The Times searched for 19 warns against late-night trips and found only fragments to a park at the corner of West of one. A spokesman for the 139th Street and Lenox Avecity of Los Angeles Bureau of nue in New York. Shelowitz Street Services said it is illegal contemplated the lyric, and to post signs on public prop- the seed for the project took erty without a permit, but the root. "I think I just realized at departmenthas no record of removing any of the signs. that moment — I had nevSome signs have been tak- er been there," he said. And en by street-art enthusiasts when h e a r r ived, "I just like Castillo, and at least one thought it would be so cool

to change as government con- York City, quickly accruing a tracting, banking and the law fortune in the world of leverhave created a new wealthy aged buyouts. class in the city and its suburbs, Ten years ago, Rubenstein but noonehasgiven hismoney said, he began to consider his away quite like Rubenstein. legacy and after learning from "This kind of giving is start- some actuary tables that white ing to happen more often be- Jewishmales were likelyto live causegovernments are really to 81, decided to start plowing a suffering," said Stacy Palm- lot of his money — and his time er, editor of The Chronicle of — into philanthropic causes. "There are other wonderful Philanthropy. "But the extent of Rubenstein's giving sets him donors in Washington," said apart." Michael Kaiser, president of Such giving, she said, is a the Kennedy Center, "but it's subject of feverish debate in the range of his giving and his the philanthropy world, where collection of interests that is many believe t hat p r i vate staggering." money should not permit govIn choosing his beneficiaernment to abdicate responsi- ries, Rubenstein relies on his

quoted artist took his sign for

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to mark that corner with the

himself. Rappers including

lyric." Soon he was sending mass Lupe Fiasco have given big emails and solicitations on soups to the project via social cial media asking for any rap media, sometimes posting lyric that mentioned a very pictures of their sign on Insta- specific location. After the gram, Facebook or Twitter. suggestions rolled in, he put Shelowitz said he plans to up more than 50 signs in New Carrots, who asked to be return to Los Angeles later York, and months later, he identified only with the ficthis month to put up six new carted 46 signs to Los Angeles titious last name h e u s es signs around town. Gallery during a holiday visit. professionally, showed up at 1988 on Melrose Avenue Shelowitz took to Twitter in a friend's listening party at plans to exhibit limited edi- late December to send out pic- Diamond Supply Co. several tion signs and photos of signs tures of each sign's location, weeks ago and was immedistarting in April. weeks after he put them up. ately greeted by chatter about "I was thinking (the signs) But by then, the scavenger his sign. "What quote'?" he wonwould be a hidden gift for peo- hunt had already begun, and ple who pay attention to their most of the signs were gone. dered, so a friend took him a surroundings," S h elowitz Anwar Carrots, 23, took it few steps outside. There he said. "I wanted it to be some- upon himself to steal his own saw words he had rapped at age 17 "just for fun" with his thing where if you happened slgn. Murs, Action Bronson and

friend Casey Veggies. The sign was in front of Diamond because Shelowitz had mistakenly written "Dia-

mond" instead of "coppin." "I kind of freaked out," said Carrots, who helps run a clothing and management company. "I'm not a rapper ... the lyrics are off. (And) I had seen those quotes when

I go to New York sometimes, so I was like, 'This is legendary.'"

bilities and in turn drain cash

named after the hotel in New

interests and his gut. He has

from food banks, hospitals and a passion for U.S. history and other services in need. There can lect ure extemporaneously are "concerns about whether and at length about presidents, it is a good idea for philanthro- historic documents, the civil py to step in for government," rights movement and beyond — and has no staff or foundaPalmer said. Rubenstein, 64, who first tion to vet requests. came to Washington to work in He spends little time agonizgovernment, offers a simple ex- ing over a donation. "To some planation for what he has done: extent when you'vemade the "I felt I owed my country a lot. money, you feel you can give it I also felt I owed the city a lot. away more rapidly," he said. I built my company here; I met In January 2013, Curt Viemy wife here." branz, presi dent of George He grew up among modest Washington's Mount Vernon, means in Baltimore; his fa- took Rubenstein around the ther sorted mail for the Postal museum to show him how Serviceand his mother was it had displayed some of his a homemaker. After college documents. and law school, he worked in Over lunch, Viebranz rea New York law firm before called, "I felt emboldened to getting a job on Capitol Hill ask him for a large gift, and for the Senate Judiciary Com- much to my surprise and hapmittee. In 1977, he joined the piness, he made that $10 milCarter administration, where lion gift in February. It was a he spent his days toiling over remarkably efficient process." domestic policy as a White He added, "It can take years House aide, and met his wife, of cultivating a donor to get a Alice Rogoff, who worked at gift of that size."

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'LegoMovie'to bl ocknewcomers

'Pompeii' and '3Daysto I(ill' By Ryan Faughnder Los Angeles Times

"The

LOS ANGELES -

Lego Movie" will face little c ompetition for th e No . 1

box-office spot this weekend as the 3-D disaster picture " Pompeii" and t h e K e v i n C ostner action t h r iller " 3

Days to Kill" enter theaters. The irreverent, 3-D ani-

mated comedy from Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures is expected to build

up an additional $35 million in ticket sales from the U.S. and Canada through Sunday. That s h oul d se c ure

Julian Torres/ Relativity Media via The Associated Press

"The Lego Movie" its third

This weekend's release ofe3 Days to Kill" isn't expected to pose much of a threat to "The Lego Movie," which has dominated at the box office in recent weeks, raking in about $200 million in global ticket sales.

straight weekend victory Photos by Andy Tullis /The Bulletin

Linda Prehn, 26, and her teammates on "Team Hella Ride" signal they had answered three out of a possible six questions correctly during a round of trivia at the Astro Lounge, a bar and restaurant in downtown Bend.

Trivia Continued from D1 Linda Prehn was among those who cheered when D avis r evealed t h e t r i c k question. But he r t w o -per-

son team, Hella Ride, got only three points during that round because they confused

the Innsbruck Olympics with the Munich Olympics. The Soapmakers, a team t hat sat in the back of t h e

bar, ended up winning the round by getting five correct answers. They also won last Tuesday's competition, Trivia competitions hosted by Astro Lounge, shown here, and The which Davis said was their Lot bring a packed crowd totheir respective venues on Tuesday fifth or sixth consecutive vic-

nights.

tory at Astro Lounge's trivia challenge. Prehn didn't let this setback ed to hit a w al l t w o y ears two rounds ask contestants ruin her evening, though. into this process — when the to identify musical clips as Like most of the people in the trivia nights were just startif they were on "Name That crowd, she finds being pelted ing bring in a consistent and Tune." with questions about things

devoted crowd — w hen he

He said Geeks Who Drink's

she may ormay not know to be quite enjoyable. "It's fun playing trivia with a bunch of drunk people because they make you feel re-

realized that running a trivia night and a successful bar

this format in 2006 when they

was more than he could take.

got tired of "subpar D.J.-driv-

Wanting to keep his pet project alive, Maquet rotated through a list of guest hosts

en trivia nights" that featured loud music a n d s o m eone

founders started working on

reading off of Trivial Pursuit cards and set out to create questions every T uesday game they wanted to play. night in exchange for free The company now orgadrinks during the challenge's nizes a national trivia comthird year. petition, known as the Geek He then asked regular par- Bowl, and has r ecruited a ticipants if they'd like to take number of freelance question over trivia night and was w riters who come up w i t h side Mel Gibson in 'Mad Max: happy when Davis and Dor- each night's content and a Beyond Thunderdome'?" and val stepped up to the plate. professional staff that checks ally smart," said Prehn, who

considers herself an expert on movies, music, art, "and Disney, because I have a kid." This knowledge gave Team Hella Ride an early lead in the challenge's third round when Davis and D orval asked "What singer starred along"What Star Trek character

w ho would as k

the t rivia

"He was kind of burned out

and add to its already imp ressive domestic total o f

about $150 million. "Lego M ovie" has passed $200 million in global ticket sales, including the U.S. and Canada. Meanwhile, the special-effects epic "Pompeii," directed by Paul W.S. Anderson ("Resident Evil" and "Alien vs. Predator"), is not poised for an explosive debut.

tition, Davis and Dorval faced

hecklers when they asked got only three of the round's questions about Oregon Susix questions right. preme Court justices, but misS hauna Olson wa s a l s o takenly gave answers about struggling during Tuesday U.S. Supreme Court justices. night's challenge. Her team "I made a boo-boo," Dorval — The Giant Squid — had said as he admitted the misscored only five out of a pos- take to the crowd. sible 18 points during the game'sfirstthreerounds and The competition was quickly watching the The "Be a Quizmaster" S oapmakers leave them i n the dust.

link on Geeks Who Drink's

website takes people to a re-

But she didn't seem to care cruitment video of comedians because while Olson's team Adam Clayton-Holland and didn't have the highest score Jim Hickox in front of a roarshe said it had the best name. ing fireplace with soft rock "They should have a cate- playing in the background. "Of course, anyone can gory of questions about giant squids," Olson said, pointing play Geeks Who Drink trivout one area where her "ran- ia," Clayton-Holland said. dom knowledge" about "use- "But Jim,not anybody can less information" would ex- be a quizmaster. It takes a cel. "Did you know their eyes special combination of social are as big as beach balls'? awkwardness and inexplicaThat's ... scary." ble confidence." Hickox and Clayton-HolThe questions land crack a few more jokes Davis spends about o n e before a handful of quizhour each week researching masters — one of whom said the questions he'll ask at ev- "quizmasters have to be arery trivia night challenge. ticulate" in a fashion that was "Usually I'll sit down at anything but — demonstratmy laptop on a Tuesday af- ed what skills are needed for ternoon and start Googling the job. stuff," said Davis, who gets Earlier this month, Geeks his ideas by jotting down Who Drink ran a local ad inthings people talk aboutviting people to visit the comsuch as the Olympics — and pany's website and apply for other random thoughts that a job that each night paid $50 pop up in his head. in cash and came with a $25 Davis then stops by As- bar tab at the quizmaster's tro Lounge one hour before assigned venue. "We've been in Oregon for each week's challenge starts at 8 p.m. so he can print out a year now and we've really his answer sheets, set up the had a great response," comstage and spend whatever pany spokesman John Smith time is left trying to convince said, explaining this ad reprethe bar's happy hour patrons sented the first expansion his to stick around for his twocompany was making after it hour contest. set up trivia nights at 20 bars Maquet and his girlfriend and restaurants in Portland. handled all of these tasks by Without divulging their themselves when they start- price, Smith said each of ed the Astro Lounge's trivia

these events feature eight

night challenge four years ago.

eight-question rounds. One round features clips from

But Maquet said he start-

movies and TV shows, and

million "3 Days to Kill," star-

ring Costner as a spy who tries to revive his relation-

rating on Rotten Tomatoes

and "3 Days to Kill" had a score of 17 percent.

ships with his daughter and T he new r e l eases w i l l wife while completing one have to contend with holdThe actionromance could last assignment, should have overs "About Last Night" and "RoboCop," which could generate roughly $15 mil- a respectable debut. lion in its debut in theaters, Still, it is not likely to re- bring in more than $10 milaccording to people who peat the success of the hit lion each over the weekend. "About Last Night," a rehave seen prerelease audi- "Taken" series, which feaence surveys — better than tures Liam Neeson as the make of the 1986 Rob LoweAnderson's 2011 effort, "The dad who takes on the bad Demi Moore rom-com and Three Musketeers," though guys. l ast week's r u nner-up t o not as strong as any of the Directed by McG of "This "The Lego Movie," has gath"Resident Evil" movies. Means War" and "Termi- ered about $29 million do"Pompeii" was produced nator Salvation," "3 Days to mestically in five days and is Kill" is expected to gross $12 the latest successful comedy by Constantin Film and Impact Pictures with financing million through Sunday. The to star Kevin Hart, coming from Constantin and Film- film is based on a story by shortly after his buddy cop District to the tune of $80 the French action maven Luc comedy "Ride Along." "RoboCop," million and is getting distri- Besson, whose films include another the "Taken" and "Transportbution from Sony Pictures. 1980s remake, has grossed er" series. Besson co-wrote

$32 million from th e U .S.

Harington of HBO's "Game the script with Adi Hasek. of Thrones" as a slave turned Relativity and Eugladiator in the year AD 79. ropacorp, the French comAs his city faces the deadly pany behind the "Taken" eruption of Mount Vesuvius, franchise, co-produced and co-financed "3 Days to Kill." he must try to save his beloved, a merchant's beautiful Neither "Pompeii" nor "3 daughter played by Emily Days to Kill" have received

and Canada since its debut

The PG-13 film stars Kit

Feb. 12, a less-than-stellar

start considering its budget of more than $100 million. However, its

i n t ernational

performance has already pushed it past the $100 million mark worldwide.

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them over.

says, 'live long and prosper'?" by trivia night," said Davis. "Generally, if you've got But any p r ogress they But that doesn't mean run- one person writing the mamade answering the ques- ning trivia night is a risk-free terial it's going to keep gotions about Tina Turner and enterprise. ing back to the same things," Spock was lost when they During last week's compe- Smith said. He added that didn't know an otter's den is called a holt or a couch. They

Browning, star of the 2011 many positive reviews from critics. On Thursday, "PomRelativity Media's new $28 peii" had a 33 percent "fresh"

fantasy "Sucker Punch."

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ger host trivia. But if Geeks Who Drink is able to repeat the success it's seen in Portland in Bend, Ma-

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Presenting the area's most comprehensive guide to places, events and activities to keep you entertained throughout the year. The Bulletin's 111 Ways to Discover Central Oregon is one of the most comprehensive visitor's guide in the Tri-county area. This colorful, information-packed magazine can be found at Central Oregon resorts, Chambers of Commerce and other key points of interest including tourist kiosks across the state. It is also offered to Deschutes County Expo Center visitors throughout the year.


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passing comments to me ...," going on," he says."It used to Johnson says. be he drove over his head. Now "And through last year, I'd he's learned to drive a little bit say we chatted a bit more. And better. He's verycalculating. Behis was the last hand I shook tween him and the crew chief when I pulled off pit road my (Chad Knaus) and stuff, they

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or Gordie Howe. Their career marks for home runs, points and goals, respectively, were so revered in their sports that they became major Anothermajor sportsrecord could be tied this year, the one for Sprint Cup championships in a career: seven, currently held by Richard Petty and the late Dale Earnhardt, and being

pursuedby Jimmie Johnson. T he 2014 season of N A SCAR's top series gets into

gear Sunday at Daytona International Speedway, as Fox airs the 56th running of the Dayto-

it's not, but they don't panic because of it." Rick Hendrick, who in 2001

8 p.m. on 6, "Mike 8 Molly"-

worried about tomorrow and

larlyimpressed. "I had no idea he would be this good," he says. "I mean, you think you know. Jeff (Gordon) had raced against him and said, "He's the real deal. He's got tremendous talent." My son (the late driver and team co-owner Ricky Hendrick) felt that way. We didn't have anything in the records to show he'd be this good, but when you got him in the car and started watching him and listening to

the car, and told me to enjoy it

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and win races, and sometimes

signed Johnson to his team, Hendrick Motorsports, is simi-

never enjoy today. I was really touchedby the efforthe m ade to comeby and wish me good luck and tell me to savor the moment." Reminded of that conversa-

tion, Petty laughs. ''Yeah, I remember that," he says. "I've talked to a lot of peo-

happy we've taken advantage ple on different deals, whether of things, and look back and they're winning ballgames or plished — and abit regretful. say, 'Man, itwould have been winning stuff and say, 'Look, "First and foremost, I say, nice to have capitalized on one the sun don't always shine on 'Wow! rn the 38-year-old South- or two of those other ones."' you. Enjoy it while you can. him, he's such a student of the ern California native says. "And On the subject of tying Petty, Don't say, 'OK, this is the way sport, he's just done aphenomethe crazy thing is I lookback on Johnson admits he has never it is. It'll be that way next year.' nal job. But you never knowunhow close we came in '04, the spoken about the record with You gotta connect. So always tilyou get him inthatposition." fact thatwehad a shot atitin'05 the man known as "The King," try to enjoy it yourself at that For his part, Johnson says and the fact that we had a shot despite the fact that the 76-year- particular moment and get the competing, not records, is what at it in 'l2. You know, I've been old North Carolinian is a regu- most out of it becauseyou might he tries to stay focused on, but very fortunate to have had a lar at Cup races on Sundays as not (be able) to come by here he can't completelyblockout all lot of chances at it. And before owner ofhis own team, Richard again." thetalk

na 500. Johnson will begin his 2001, Johnson is a little overquest to tie the record — as well as defend his 2013 race title-

on the 2.5-mile Florida tri-oval in a 43-car field that includes Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Denny Hamlin and Jeff Gor-

whelmed at what he's accom-

don. Johnson won his second career "Great American Race" a yearago on this course after emergingfromthepackwith 16 laps to go. It would turn out tobe the beginning of another cham- I won my first in '06, I wasn't pionship season, as he rang sure; I was feeling a lot of stress up five more victories in 2013, and pressure that my chances induding the summer race at at a championship were slipDaytona. ping away because '04 and '05, Looking back at his six titles we really had opportunity and in a Cup career that began in didn't capitalize on it. So I'm

Petty Motorsports. But Johnson

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know what they can do, and

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media events when they fell.

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thing like that to motivate me,"

he says. "I've always just raced and wanted to leave the track

knowingI did mybest."

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McCarthy)sharessomejuicy de-

tails of St. Patty's Days past with Mike (Billy Gardell). Katy Mixon, Cleo King andSwoosie Kurtz also star in "St. Patrick's Day." 8:30 p.m. on 6, "TheCrazy Ones" —A client pitch makes it clear to Simon (Robin Williams) that he and Sydney (Sarah Michelle Gellar) didn't have the best relationship while shewasgrowing up. He tries to make upfor that with a do-over of the driving lessons he gaveheryears earlier. A comment from Lauren (Amanda Setton) shakes Andrew's (Hamish Linklater) confidence in "Bad Dad." JamesWolk also stars. 9 p.m. onOPBPL, "AustinCity Limits" —The British alternative rock band Radiohead takes the stage, performing songs from its 2011 album "The King of Limbs." The set list includes "Bloom," "Daily Mail," "Myxomatosis," "Magpie," "Paranoid Android"

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she should not invite Chuck unless

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holidays. Our son's birthday is approaching and I'd like to get your view of something my husband's older sister, "Jane," has been doing. Jane is 55, divorced and has been dating her co-worker "Chuck" for a

summer.

couple of years. At our celebrations,

lifestyle. I want to raise my future

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with my cousin "Mary." I told my friends at school about our adven-

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food while complaining about it.

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Then he helps himself to more and leaves. He never says thank you,

if their families can afford to send them. However, if it turns out that

with. How should this be handled at the next event? If I confront my sister-in-law, does that make me as

they willbe goingnext summer, you

children of the '80s and '90s, on fast

food and propped in front of the TV. I have worked hard to change this

after everyone is done children in a healthier fashion than eating and cake has I was. However, when I bring up the been served, Jane subject of future grandchildren with makesup alargeplate my mother, she can't stop talking of food (without ask- about how she's going to spoil them ing) and invites her with sugary treats because she's the boyfriend over to eat. grandma, and "that's what grandChuck shows up, stands at the mas do." kitchen counter and devours the

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she has first deared itwithyou. Dear Abby:I gzew up like most

She knows how I feel about this

and knows it upsets me, but she keeps taunting me. I have gone so far as to tell her that if she can't respect me, I will limit her time with

never participates in the celebration and, frankly, wasn't invited to begin the kids. What would you suggest I do7 — Health First in Maine

that you may not be seeing a lot of them after you arrive because it's the only time you get to spend with your cousin during the year. The and to call her on it isn't rude. This chances of their being hurt will be should not be "handled at the next

Dear Health First:I don't know when you planto have children, but until you do, I suggest you drop the subject. Your mother may be saying this to get a rise out of you. If she's serious, it will be your job as a parent to enforce the rules you

less if you tell them in advance.

set. But right now, this discussion is

should let them know beforehand

rude as she is? — Aghastin New England Dear Aghast:What Jane has been doing is extremely presumptuous event"; it should be handled before

Dear Abby:My husband and I the next event. Tell her you prefer premature. enjoy entertaining and having fam- any leftover food be saved for your — Write to Dear Abbyat dearabbycom ily over to celebrate birthdays and

own family, and that in the future,

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Despite experiencing a memorable snowstorm just two weeks ago, the warming weather and the quick snowmelt have many of us in Central Oregon already dreaming of the longer, warmer and more inviting days of spring. Our backyards beckon as we imagine stretching our arms — of extending our living spaces outside the walls of our homes. And as we dream of spring, we also long for achieving the potential that exists just outside our backdoors. This may include expansive and intricate stonework patios or perhaps the installation of a decked-out outdoor kitchen. Of course, those with unlimited budgets can enjoy just about any look or amenity they desire. But many homeowners may not have the money to go all the way with their outdoor living spaces. That doesn't mean, though, that it's impossible to create budget-friendly spaces that are functional, fun and eye catching.

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BEND PARK Park-like LARGE HOME Perfect, Private and Secluded Serenity SW Bend Charmer Views of the River! setting. Main dwelling • Open living area with Family close to Bend • 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, • 4 Bdrm, 2 bath • 10 acres in Tumalo, ir- • 35 acre and 14 acre vaulted ceilings and • 2392 sq.ft., 1.5 acres plus guest fireplace house/rental on a to- • 3 Bdrm, 2.5 bath rigation and new well irrigation wood stove • 3 Separate tax lots, tal of 0 .55y acres. • 2207 sq.ft., large loft, • Mountain views, 3844 • 2 arenas and a round • Walk-in closet, 2 car motivated seller! Main dwelling floors fenced backyard. sq.ft. with quilt room www.Jackson pen garage, RV parking • Barn, potting shed, • 60x60 barn with stalls • Landscaped,fenced, -Anderson.com are engineered hard- www.jackson-Anderson. wood in living, dining, com and hay storage sprinklers and hot tub Candice Anderson, garden area and more •www.johnlscott.com/ • House is close to 1700 • .23acre lot on & bedrooms. MitsubBarbara Jackson, Broker 541-788-8878 ishi electric heating & Broker 541-306-8186 sharon sq.ft. cul-de-sac, close to John L. Scott c ooling syst e m . John L. Scott Sharon Abrams, CRS, Jean Nelsen, Broker Old Mill Real Estate, Bend Kitchen has fantastic Real Estate, Bend Principal Broker 541-420-3927 • $219,000 www.johnlscottbend.com 541-280-9309 cabinets with Corian www.johnlscottbend.com John L. Scott www.johnlscott.com countertops. Adjacent John L. Scott Real Estate, Bend /53149 West Hills. 4 Bdrm, 3.5 www.johnlscottbend.com Kathy Denning, Broker bath, in 4040y sq.ft., guest house and main LAZY RIVER SOUTH Real Estate, Bend 3535 y www.johnlscottbend.com h ome together f o r R emodeled 541-480-4429 delightful w e s tside SINGLE LEVEL AND Sq.ft. home with 4 $510,000 John L. Scott home with panoramic GREAT LOCATION PREMIER GOLF bdrm + officeand 3 MLS¹201309647 Real Estate, Bend • Nicely updates single www.johnlscottbend.com C ascade an d c i t y COMMUNITY baths. Master bath Bobbie Strome, views on a spacious level with new lamiwith large jetted tub & •Single story a c ross Principal Broker lot with high desert nate floors, carpet and Tetherow Crossing new tile shower. Me- from tennis courts John L Scott Real natural landscaping. • 4 Bdrm, 3 bath paint dia room, family room, Estate 541-385-5500 • 1752 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2 Country horse prop- Two gas fireplaces, h uge kitchen w i th •2064 sq.ft. erty is fenced 8 cross one in living room and Brasada Ranchj bath home handcrafted cabinets •Recently remodeled • Large living room and fenced w/New Zeal- one in master bed$429,000 Danielle Snow, & granite counters, and electric fence & room. Master bed• 1711 sq.ft. furnished separate family room walk-in pantry, sun- Broker 541-306-1015 electric gate. Views of room has c offered • Fenced, RV parking, cabin John L. Scott room with hot t ub. Cascades, p r i vate ceiling and slider to • 3 bedroom suites large deck, Butte view Real Estate, Bend Home has cedar eves setting, 40x60 shelter upper deck with hot • Granite counters, Marci Schoenberg, with copper accents. www.johnlscottbend.com for horses, 20x30 hay tub. Master bath has hardwood floors Broker E xterior siding o n storage, 40x60 chain deep soak tub, large • MLS 201310654 Premier Prineville 541-610-7803 home, garages & link dog pen. 2 pro- t iled s hower a n d Neighborhood John Snippen, Broker, John L. Scott storage bldg have just pane gas free-stand- double sinks. Great MBA, ABR, CRS, GRI been painted. Watch • 3 Bdrm, 2.5 bath Real Estate, Bend sq.ft., bonus 541-312-7273 www.johnlscottbend.com ing stoves, 1 in family room is light and airy the wildlife from the • 1985 and 1 in living room. with expansive city room wrap-around deck or • Central Sisters j $625,000 Wood blinds through- and Cascade views. AC central go to your private ac- vac • 3000 sq.ft. out, hardwood floors, Kitchen is efficiently c ess to 300y ft o f • Close to pool, park • 3 bedroom, 4 bath carpet & vinyl. Close laid out with granite Little Deschutes River and playground • 1.03 acres, guest d istance t o Des - tile counters, newer frontage for fishing, Shelley Arnold, broker house, greenhouse chutes River. MLS appliances, p a ntry MORRIS swimming or floating. • MLS 201309672 201400248. 541-771-9329 and hardwood floorREAL ESTATE $495,000 Susan Agli, Broker, $368,000. John L. Scott ing. Triple garage with I~ ~ ~ Op m 1 MLS¹¹201309267 John L. Scott Real Real Estate, Bend Ultimate floor. Wired Bobbie Strome, Estate 541-548-1712 CASCADE MTN www.johnlscottbend.com for security system. Principal Broker VIEWS! $349,500 Wired for stereo with John L Scott Real Private Hideaway • 6.38 Acres, 1.7 acres s peakers on m a i n Estate 541-385-5500 • 1.86 Acres, 3696 sq.ft. 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Fenced for horses. sq. ft. home boasts 3 coop, hay storage and Sellers have beautiful this 1-level woodsy Realty & Pr o perty acres is it! Vaulted out, newwer laminate, BLM access close to Near the entrance of bdrms, 2 baths, huge complete bunk house. cabin retreat in dia- retreat. Ideal for famManagement ceilings, living family, carpet 8 flo o ring, p roperty f o r tra i l the r a n ch . MLS country kitchen, din- 40x60 shop/ garage mond Peaks with lots ily looking for extra 541-536-0117 dining, game room & Stainless appliances, riding. 4 bedroom, 3 20130955 $279,000 ing area, large util. finished with bath. Hot of upgrades. Enjoy space & privacy. 3.7% laundry rooms. Decks centra heat, l a rge bath has plenty of Call Lin d a Lou room and a b a se- house. 2 ponds.land- right now! Willing to assumable loan 2 bdrm, t i/~ bath, 1354 front and b ack, concrete patio. Fully new updates. All new Day-Wright, Broker, m ent which i s i n - scaped. mountain 8 include the adjacent makes it even sq. ft. home, on 1.37 in 541-771-2585 pond with waterfall. landscaped yard, atkitchen with custom cluded in the sq. ft. m eadow views. 1 2 lot at the right place! sweeter. S e p arate acre. $89,900. 16404 Landscaped & sprin- tached double garage cabinets, tile counter Crooked River Realty Also has extra area frost-free fau c ets, Sleeps 6 comfortably BONUS a p artment Burgess Rd., La Pine. kler system. Attached and detached shop tops, bamboo floors, upstairs and all bdrms wrap around decks on with a detached ga(576 sq) above 3-car High Lakes Realty & 2-car garage, 40x52 with large atached n ew f i xtures a n d 6760 S W B u c kskin, are on the main level. home & much more. rage already in place. garage creates a livProperty Man a ge d etached shop & carport/RV area, stor- more. Crooked River Ranch. Bat h rooms The dbl. garage is $375,000 MLS Plenty of extra used i ng space of o v er ment 541-536-0117 storage bu i l dings. age shed on top of have new tile. Recent new carpet & paint large. This property is 201207852 Cascade with the 600 sq. ft. 2500 sf. Many upr eady to move i n . 51275 Dianne Rd. La $525,000 MLS 5000 g al . p o t able carpet, windows & 1.5 acres with 1 acre Realty, Dennis Haniabove the g a rage. grades including oak Pine $149,900. MH ¹ 201306582. C a s - water concrete cispaint. Covered porch, Q uiet l o cation, 3 irrigation, fenced and ford, Princ. Broker Plumbed fo r b a t h- floors 8 ca b inets, 2 bath on 5.16 ready fo r 541-536-1731 with shop and RV ra- cade Realty, t ern. Al l o n fu l l y triple car attached ga bdrm, h o r ses. room. Come take a granite countertops, mada on 5 a c res. 541-536-1731 fenced lot with auto- rage, and pull-through fenced acres. Private $5000 allowance to look! You'll love it! 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High Lakes P r o perty8579 SW P anorama, and walk in closet stove and excellent Realty & Make this old home tub, C RR. W el l m a i np a ntry i n privacy. MLS Management stead, located right Corner tained 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 541-536-0117 kitchen. Sep. utility o ff Hwy 9 7 , y o u r opens to back cov- ¹201308441 1404 sq. ft., view of 12250 NW Dove Rd. mtns. Insulated shop et-away ret r eat. ered deck. Heat pump John L. Scott Real Estate 541-548-1712 CRR. Custom cedar- with power 8 c o nrig. home, garage electric F/A and sided home with floor crete floor. A c ross and storage shed built + Look at: propane heater. Large to ceiling windows. the street from the in 1940. Very clean, carport plus dbl. gaBendhomes.com '/) Immaculate 1841 sq. comm. park & trails. possible horse prop rage with shop area. for Complete Listings of f t. 3 b drm, 2 b a th $134,000. erty on 1.63 acres Close to d owntown MLS MLS and g o v' t la n ds. Area Real Estate for Sale home with tongue 8 ¹201308611. 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Bulletin Classifieds kitchen island, wood Not a bad package at hot tub, garden shed. Get your appear every day in the burning 105 2 5 MLS¹ 201309983. fir e place, $ 279,900! business F leming Rd. Cal l print or on line. Debbie Walsh, Broker soaking tub, and a 2 Hockett, PC, 541-419-4576 Bend Call 541-385-5809 car garage. $175,000. Heather Broker, Century 21 www.bendbulletin.com Premier Real Estate e ROW I N G Scott McLean, Gold Country Realty, Principal Broker 541-420-9151 14482 SW Pony Trail in The Bulletin 541-408-6908 Serving CentralOregon since 1%8 CRR. Like new home with an ad in Realty Executives Purchas eprice$350,000,20% down,Loanamount$280,000,30yearfixed. Two 1848 sq.ft. 4 bdrm, built in 2001 that has The Bulletin's 2611 sq.ft., 5 acres, 3 2 bath homes on 40 always been a vacabay shop. 1716 TerFIND YOUR FUTURE "Call A Service a cres. 5 2 916 O l d tion home. 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Located on Mirror Pond! f $1,299,000 • Stones throw from downtown Bend

• Elegant finishes, 3 bedrooms, 4 baths • Remodeled down to studs in 2006 • 10 NW Drake Rd. • MLS¹201306173 Call for a Personal Tour!

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21190 Claremont Ct. ) $275,000

Locatedon the Deschutes River( $349,000

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3 bedroom, 2 bath Gardener's paradise Large deck Beautiful 1/2 acre lot Single story with triple car garage

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17940 Parkway Lane ( $350,000

2 Levels, 2 Living Quarters • Great NE neighborhood • 4 bedrooms, 2 baths+ 2 half baths • 4223 SF,2-car garage & shop area • .25acre lot, private setting • This is a must see! MLS¹201310234

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60481 Coffee Ct. ( $464,750

Fully Rented 4-Plexf $495,000

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

• All units 3 beds,1.5 baths, 1248SF • All units have single ordouble garage • All units remodeledin the past 6 years •Clo seto hospitalandshopping • Solid investment

• Easylivingin apark-like setting • OwnerprivilegesatSeventhMountain Resort • Next to WidgiCreek&t heDeschutes

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Downtown • New interior/ext. paint & roof

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925 NE 9th Street • 2 bedroom with den/office • Newly remodeled kitchen • Open floor plan • Close to Juniper Swim &

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• 17613 (¹10)SparksLane, Sunriver • 4 bed/2.5 bath,2385SF • Decks on levelsandlots of paved parking area • Charming greatroomdesign • Lava rockfireplace, vaulted wood ceiling • Close to SHARC aquatic & the

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• 3 bed, 2 bath, single level home • Great floor plan, hardwood floors skylights andmuchmore • On 1/4 acre lot with finished shed andcrawlspace • Garage with tons of storage

Peaceful Sunriver Location ( $439,900

• Main level master & study w • Great access to Mt. Bachelor & Downtown • Large bonus room upstairs • Hickory floors, stained beams • • Custom metal work • Immaculate condition

4220 SW Ben Hogan, Redmond ~ $225,000

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

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8 Quail - Sunriver ( $515,000

2972 NW Shevlin Meadow Dr. ( $525,000

S tones Throw to River ( $539,900

Classic Elegance NW Bend ( $574,900

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• Dramatic foyer ¹i living area • Exquisite master suite

• 3509 SF, bed, 4 3.5 bath • Formal living, dining, den ¹c family room

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Carmen AnnCook, Licensed Oregon Broker l 541-480-6491 carmsells@att.net

3134 NW Fairway Heights

Brand New Construction In Tetherow

• Enjoythisbeautiful customhomew/ lovelyfinishes • Openlloor plaw/ nspaciouskitchen& greatim,living,lk mainlevelmastersuite • Oversized 3cargaragew/shop&storage! • ViewsofRiversEdge Faiiway,the I3th tae &mtns • Enjoytheprivate decking&manufactured gardens. MLS¹20130 8552

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• 3346 SF

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On the Rim Whychus Creek "Sisters" ( $645,000 •Customhome,3bed,2.5 bath • Single level 2773 SF • Open floor plan w/upgrades • Stunning views, 2.5 acres • Large backdeck • Oversized 2-car garage MLS¹201310275

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61 330 Tam McArthur Loop ( $735,000 • Beautiful single story • 3 car garage • On 4th fairway in Broken Top • 3 bedrom, 2.5 bath plus den • Vaulted ceilings • 2 fireplaces

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In Winston Ranch ( $869,000

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• All beautiful UPSCALE homes • 16835 Lynwood Lane in Lynwood Acres • Private access to National Forest

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$700,000 I Complete Tumalo Package

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$235,000 I Redmond Family Home

$165,000 I Professional Office In Redmond

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• River CanyonEstates • 2550 SF • 3 bed, 2.5 bath • 3car tandemgarage • Water feature • 19777 Baneberry Avenue

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$124,900 I Updated Farmhouse

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$599,000 I 61667 Tall Tree

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$339,000 I HistoricRanch On 9 Acres, Bend

• Wonderful retreatattheend ofthe road • Open kitchen,dining area, largeliving room& deck • Large barn/shop & storage sheds

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$104,000 I One Acre In Vandervert Acres

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541-728-8615 • MLS 201400439

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WEST HILLSBEAUTYj $499,000

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541-948-7998 • MLS 201304836

541-322-2417 • MLS 201305542

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541-480-2269 • MLS 201309091

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541-350-6049 • MLS 201401042

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1,9 ACRE S- VIEWS j $4154OI • 1500 sq.ft. updatedhome • 3 bed~oo~ 2 bath • Shop,fenced,Swalley irrigation • MLS 201400856

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PARK.UKE SHTING j $369900 MICHAEL JHQPP, • 2302 sq h • 4 bedroom, 2 bath BRQKER • .91acre, mountain views

541-390-0504 • MLS 201401051

BQNNE SAVICKAS BRQKER EpRp ' SRES 541-408-7537

MT BA CHElORVILLAGEl $349,500 • 1194 sq.ft. condo • 2 bedroom, 2 bath • Fully furnished

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AL FASIWQQD PRINCIPAL BROKER , CCIM 541-383-4329

STONEHA VEN j $325,000 • 2220 sq.ft. Earth Advantage • 3 bedroom,den, 3 bath • Landscaped with irrigation system

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541-588-0681 • MLS 201305726

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Call 541-389-1821 ramming starting at Chihuahua 1-yr, black Furniture & Appliances Consumer Protec- • The Bulletin 60" Brush hog, ployment drug Salary DOE Benefits 1 9.99/mo. FRE E for details. male AKC, s h ots/ tion h o t line at I good condition, screen, reliable veavailable after successHD/DVR Upgrade to 541-385-5809 wormed/ dew-claws I 1-877-877-9392. $550. ful completion of probahicle req. & must be new callers, SO CALL House broke, leash A1 Washers8 Dryers 541-923-9758 tion period. willing to travel. Full size power NOW $150 ea. Full warI TheBulletin > 240 trained, exc. conforMail resume with cover serving central oregon since 1803 $12/HR. Call (855) 1-866-984-8515. adjustable bed ranty. Free Del. Also mation, agility. $500. Crafts & Hobbies letter to: Central Oregon 249-2974 or email w/memory foam wanted, used W/D's (PNDC) Call 541-932-4386 A cupuncture, 222 S E resume or Letter of mattress, $800. Por541-280-7355 212 Urania Ln, Bend, OR 256 Interest (LOI) to Dachshunds 4 males: 1 table wheelchair, Antiques & 97702. No phone calls adminOsurveysancream color, 2 reds, 1 4 leg walker, Computers please. To find out more Collectibles danalysis.com choc. Ready 3/15. Quadri-Poise cane, about us visit our website $300. 541-447-0113 T HE B ULLETIN r e bathroom assist centralore cnacu uncture.com quires computer adchair, all for $200. Donate deposit bottles/ 9N Ford with 2N vertisers with multiple Call 541-526-5737 Alderwood Quiltworks cans to local all vol., Sherman2-speed Welder/Sheet Metal Fabricator ad schedules or those ft CoSSIgtl non-profit rescue, for machine quilting DacuPICoiicept rear end, 52" snow selling multiple sysframe for sale, locally feral cat spay/neuter. Armoire for sale, Seeking reliable team player to j oin o ur Visit our HUGE machine, Estate tems/ software, to dismade in Prineville, Cans for Cats trailer Cherry/wrought iron ,i welding department. Must be able to read a home decor Series 300E, close the name of the easy to use, makes at Jake's Diner; or Perfect condition, mechanical drawing and be highly skilled in consignment store. subcompact, business or the term quilting a dream! donate M-F at Smith handmade, TIG welding on aluminum. Minimum 2 yrs. New items "dealer" in their ads. $3400. Comes with Handi Sign, 1515 NE 2nd; or solid wood. welding experience. An on-site welding test arrive daily! Private party advertisIn La Pine, call ax39ax23.5". handles, includes. at CRAFT, Tumalo. 69 will be required. Must be able to lift 20 lbs. on 930 SE Textron, ers are defined as 541-602-8652 manual, exc. shape, Call for Irg. quantity $650. Medical Equipment a regular basis, and 60 lbs. on occasion. Bend 541-318-1501 those who sell one 16" only used to quilt 4 Breezy Ultra pickup, 541-389-8420. kcaravelli O gmail.com www.redeuxbend.com computer. tops, like new. w heelchair, H u g o www.craftcats.org Check out the Work location is Redmond, Oregon. Hours: $600. 541-549-1273 Elite walker, Invac258 classifieds online 7:00 a.m. — 3:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri., with f/2 hr. or 541-419-2160 are electric hospital wwfffr.bendbuffetfn.com lunch. Competitive wages. Great benefit Travel/Tickets bed, power-lift repackage incl udes 9 paid holidays, PTO and Updated daily 243 cliner, Optlec Clearvacation, h e a lth/dental, a nd 401 ( k ). Advertise VACATION view+ viewer, tub/ N ew H o lland 2 5 5 0 Pre-employment drug screen required. Ski Equipment SPECIALS to 3 milshower chairs, walkswather, 14' header Equal Opportunity Employer. lion P acific N o rth- ers, all new condiwith conditioner, cab westerners! 29 daily tion. In Bend, call Qualified applicants will submit resume heat/A/C, 1300 orig. newspapers, six 541-480-6162 hrs. $29,000 obo. stating relevant experience to: states. 25-word clas1486 International, cab sified $540 for a 3-day 263 heat/A/C, 5 4 0/1000 Aircraft Rubber Manufacturing, lnc. a d. C a l l (916) 280 292 292 Pto, 3 sets remotes, dba Fuel Safe Systems 2 88-6019 o r v is i t Tools Estate Sales Sales Other Areas • Sales Other Areas nice tractor. $18,000. 1550 NE Kingwood Ave. www.pnna.com for the Austrian-made Redmond, OR97756 Pacific Nor t hwest (2) Floor Jacks, 1 is still 541-419-3253 Volant Silver ESTATE/NfOVING ESTATE/MOVING Powell Butte Moving Daily Co n nection. in box, $100 each. diamond-finished SALE River home full Sale! Antiques, furniture, 325 SALE Fax:541-923-6015 (or) hrofuelsafe.com 541-526-5959 (PNDC) kitchenware, garden art, skis, of beautiful furniture, Home full of quality furHay, Grain & Feed 170cm in length. decor/art, Lladro figu- etc. Check craiqslist for niture & furnishings People Look for Information 260 pix. 1718 SW Bent Lp. Used only 5 times, Fri.-Sat., 9-4, numrines & more! Fri-Sat About Products and First quality Orchard/TimMisc. Items (Hwy 26, N on Reif to they are in great 9-4, numbers Fri, 8 bers Fri. 8 a.m. Services EveryDaythrough othy/Blue Grass mixed Twin Lakes Ranch, folcondition. a.m. Take Hwy 97 to In Sisters,turn north hay, no rain, barn stored, The Bulletin, located in beautiful Bend, OrThe Bulletin Classifieds $250/ton. low signs). 2/21, 7-4; Were over $1200 Vandervert Rd., left on on Larch then left to Patterson Ranch egon is seeking a night time pressman. We I A double depth in new; asking $300 are part of Western Communications, Inc. S. 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Drug test is required prior to employArnzen 541-561-4697; Bend Indoor Swap Quality at LOW Next Ad off Airpark Drive human errors do ocMeet - A Mini-Mall full Jon Levy 541-310-0854 • 10 Tips For "Garage PRICES Friday, Feb. 21 • Saturday, Feb. 22 cur. If this happens to The Bulletin of Unique Treasures! or Tim McMiller Sale Success!" 740 NE 1st sarving cantrai oregon since1903 your ad, please con- 3rd St. & Wilson Ave. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 541-910-3555 541-312-6709 tact us ASAP so that Equal Opportunity Employer (Take Purcell/Pettigrew south from Hwy 20 10-5 Thurs-Fri-Sat. Open to the public. corrections and any pIGK up YQUR go to Airpark Way, follow to Harley Lane) Find exactly what Buylng Dlamonds adjustments can be GARAGE SALE KIT at Crowd control admittance numbers issuedat USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! you are looking for in the made to your ad. /Gofd for Cash 1777 SW Chandler Pressroom 8:00s.m. Friday.Remain in carssnd keep 541-385-5809 Saxon's Fine Jewelers Door-to-door selling with CLASSIFIEDS Ave., Bend, OR 97702 track of arrivals!!! Night Supervisor 541-389-6655 The Bulletin Classified The Bulletin, located in beautiful Bend, OrLovely dining room table, six chairs and two fast results! It's the easiest The Bulletin leaves; Matching hutch/china cabinet, all by 358 egon is seeking a night time press supervisor. BUYING Sarving CanrraiOregon since l803 246 way in the world to sell. We are part of Western Communications, Inc. Lionel/American Flyer Lane Furniture company-quality set. Noritake Farmers Column Guns, Hunting trains, accessories. which is a small, family-owned group consistchina set; Kenmore 2002; Beige sofa by ArtThe Bulletin Classified 541-408-2191. Garage Sale! Art, & Fishing istry furniture in Bend; Nice Chair and Ottoman, 10X20 Storage Buildings ing of 7 newspapers: 5 in Oregon and 2 in 541-385-5809 household, music & California. Our ideal candidate will manage a side chair with wood arms; Antique triple mirror; for protecting hay, BUYING & SE LLING more! Fri., Sat. Sun., small crew of 3 and must have prior press exMatching pair of teal colored suede cloth arm- Bend local pays CASH!! All gold jewelry, silver Craftsman French door, firewood, livestock etc. from 8-3. Rain or shine! less chairs; Lamps; Nice dinette set with one for all firearms 8 perience. The candidate must be able to learn $1496 Installed. and gold coins, bars, $125. Half-light door, (other sizes available) 2157 NE Wells Acres. our equipment/processes quickly. A hands-on leaf and four chairs; Antique Hickory wood skis; ammo. 541-526-0617 rounds, wedding sets, $45. 541-771-8809 541-617-1133. style is a requirement for our 3f/2 tower KBA Four very nice backpacks; Solomon Extreme class rings, sterling silCASHII 290 CCB ¹173684 press. Prior management/leadership experi267 skis and Lange ski boots? 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King Mattress; Sleigh Bed style-cherry wood Avoid market risk & If you provide dependability combined with a 2 holsters, Rail online at: deliveryi 541-408-6193 Very nice SW sofa chair Queen bed frame; Misc. kitchen appliances; get guaranteed inpositive attitude, are able to manage people and ottoman, oak desk, Lots of lovely ladies and men's clothing and new Flashlight, 50 rounds www.bendbulletin.com come in r etirement! All Year Dependable and schedulesand are a team player, we ammo, $650 obo. 1930 set of Noritake shoes; rugs and other linens, drapes; Two new CALL for FREE copy Flrewood: Seasoned; would like to hear from you. If you seek a 916-952-4109 china, a vac u um, & like-new market umbrellas; Rubbermaid style of our SAFE MONEY 541-3B5-5B09 Lodgepole 1 for $195 stable work environment that provides a great steam mop, much more Storage units; Bronze eagle Head; Ohio State GUIDE Plus Annuity or 2 for $365. Cedar, place to live and raise a family, let us hear household stuff! Out- footstools; Weber barbecue, very nice; lonic GUN SHOW Quotes from A-Rated 375 split, del. Bend: 1 for from you. door p a ti o sw i ng, breeze air purifier; Lovely Patio set, four Feb. 22-23rd Companies! $175 or 2 for $325. lounge, a c ool t iled chairs-two swivel; Last, but not least ... Meat & Animal Processing Deschutes Fairgrounds 800-908-7035. 541-420-3484. Contact Al Nelson, Pressroom Manager at table fire pit, pots, lawn SAMSUNG 67 " TV ON STAND!!! AND A LOT Buy! Sell! Trade! (PNDC) anelsonowescom a ers.com withyourcomand garden decor. Way OF OTHER NICE ITEMS. Buermann's Ranch SAT. 9-5 • SUN. 10-3 plete resume, r eferences an d s a l ary too much to list, Bring Handled by .... $8 Admission, Just bought a new boat? Pine & Juniper Split Meats, Burns Oregonhistory/requirements. No phone calls please. 12 & under free! the big rig. Sat. 2/22, Sell your old one in the We deliver to Bend area! Deedy's Estate Sales Co. LLC Drug test is required prior to employment. 9-3, 4675 NW 62nd St., OREGON TRAIL GUN classifieds! Ask about our PROMPT D ELIVERY /2 hoq or whole lamb, 541-419-4742 days • 541-382-5950 eves EOE. in NW Redmond, TethSHOWS, 641-347-2120 Super Seller rates! $200Tully processed. 542-389-9663 erow Crossing. www.deeedysestatesales.com or 541-404-1890 Call 541-573-2677 541-385-5809 Pets & Supplies

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HEALTHCARE JOBS. Now hiring: R N 's, LPN's/LVN's, CNA's, Med Aides. $2,000

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Snowmobiles Arctic Cat 560 1994,

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Full-Time, Evenings Certified MT or MLT (ASCP) Excellent Benefit Package. Visit our website at www.wchcd.org Contact Linda Childers at 541-426-5313 EOE

Harley Davidson 2009 Super Glide Custom, Stage 1 Screaming Eagle performance, too many options to list, $8900. 541-388-8939

Plant Operations Day-to-day plant operations for a de-icing and dust control products manufacturing p l an t in Prineville. An o utside job which includes loading and unloading of trucks, rail cars, tanks, and other shipping containers of liquid, dry, and packaged products. Complete job description and application is available at en v irotechservices.com. Submit completed application and resume to E nviroTech S ervices; 3642 NW Bus Evans Rd, Prineville or t o h r © envirotechservices.com TRUCK DRIVER wanted, must have doubles endorsement Local run. Truck is arked in Madras, all 541-475-4221

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Hariey Davidson 2011 Classic Limited, Loaded! 9500 miles, custom paint "Broken Glass" by Nicholas Del Drago, new condition, heated handgrips, auto cruise control. $32k in bike, only $20,000or best offer. 541-318-6049

secured trust deeds & note,some hard money loans. Call Pat Kellev 541-382-3099 ext.18.

$4995 Dream Car AutoSales 1801Division, Bend

Gulfstream S u nsport 30' Class A 1988 new f r idge, TV, solar panel, new refrigerator, wheelchair lift. 4 0 00W g enerator, G ood condition! $12,500 obo 541-447-5504

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KOUNTRY AIRE 1994 37.5' motorhome, with awning, and one slide-out, Only 47k miles and good condition. $25,000.

V ictory TC 9 2 ci 2002, runs great, 40K mi., Stage 1 541-548-0318 Performance Kit, (photo above is of a n ew tires, r e a r similar model & not the actual vehicle) brakes. $ 5 0 0 0. 541-771-0665

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18'Maxum skiboat,2000, inboard motor, great cond, well maintained,

35-ft, Chevy Vortec engine, new tires, new awnings, 12-ft slide-out, queen bed, Italian leather couch and recliner, excellent condition. Ready to travel„ towing hitch included.$19,900. 541-815-4811

Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide 2013, black, only 200 miles, brand new, all stock, plus after-market exhaust. Has winter cover, helmet. Selling for what I owe on it: $15,500. Call anytime, 541-554-0384

Completely Rebuilt/Customized 2012/2013 Award Winner Showroom Condition Many Extras Low Miles.

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Navion RV 2008, ervin Central Ore on since 1 Sprinter chassis 25'. Mercedes Benz diesel, 875 24,000 miles, pristine cond., quality throughWatercraft out, rear slide-out w/ Ads published in "Wa queen bed, deluxe captain swivel front tercraft" include: Kay ks, rafts and motor seats, diesel generator, zed personal awning, no pets/ smoking.$77,500 or make watercrafts. Fo an offer. 541-382-2430 'boats" please se lass 670. People Lookfor Information 541-365-5609 About Products and Services EveryDaythrough Serv ng Central O~egon vnce 1903 The Bulletin Clsssiffeds 880 Motorhomes

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Dodge Brougham 1978, 15', 1-ton, clean, 69,000 miles. $4500. In La Pine, call 541-602-8652

Community Counseling Solutions is recruiting for Registered Nurses to work at Juniper Ridge Acute Care Center locatedinJohn Day,OR.

Fleetwood D i scovery 2003, diesel, w/all Juniper Ridge is a S e cure Residential 40' options - 3 slide outs, Treatment Facility providing services to satellite, 2 TV's, W/D, individuals with a severe mental illness. etc., 32,000 m iles. Wintered in h eated These positions provide mental health shop. $69,900 O.B.O. nursing care including medication oversight, 541-447-6664 medication r e lated t r e atment, f o llow

physician's prescriptions and procedures, measure and record patient's general p hysical c ondition s uc h as pul s e , temperature and respiration to provide daily information, educate and train staff on River Sunseeker medication administration, and e nsure Forest Class C, 24-ft -Double documentation is kept according to policies. bed, roomy bath/shower, lots storage, oak wood, This position works with the treatment team dining area slide-out w/ to promote recovery from mental illness. new awning. Micro, air, This position includes telephone consulta- newflatscreen TV& RV tion and crisis intervention in the facility. batt. On-board gen/low Qualified applicants must have a v alid Oregon Registered Professional Nurse's license at the time of hire, hold a valid Oregon driver's license and pass a criminal history background check. Wages dependent upon education and experience, but will be between $46,000 to $72,000. Excellent benefit package, including signing bonus.

Providence 2005 Fully loaded, 35,000 miles, 350 Cat, Very clean, non-smoker, 3 slides, side-by-side refrigerator with ice maker, Washer/Dryer, Flat screen TV's, In motion satellite. $95,000 541-480-2019

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hrs, arctic pkq, full cover. Ford 450 V10, 36,300 mi, tow pkg, leather seats, no smoking/pets, sleeps 5-6 $31,500. 541-419-6176

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TIFFINPHAETON QSH 2007 with 4 slides, CAT 350hp diesel engine, $125,900. 30,900 miles,

new Michelin tires, great cond! Dishwasher, w/d, central vac, roof satellite, aluminum wheels, 2 full slide-thru basement trays & 3 TV's. Falcon-2 towbar and Even-Brake included. Call 541-977-4150

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Layton 27-ft, 2002 Front & rear entry doors, bath, shower, queen bed, slide-out, oven, microwave, air conditioning, patio awning, twin propane tanks, very nice, great floor plan, $8495 541-316-1388

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This is a very physically demanding job. Candidates must be able to lift 40 — 50 lbs. frequently and up to 100 lbs. on occasion. Must have a current Class A CDL with a minimum of 1 year driving experience, and 25,000 miles driving semi-tractor/trailers. No convictions of DUI/DWI within the past 3 years or multiple times within the past 7 y ears. Excellent customer service skills are required. Previous food or beverage delivery experience is a plus. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

Drive company delivery vehicles to/from shuttle yard in Bend to SYSCO Portland facility. Secondary Responsibilities would include route delivery coverage as primary Delivery Associates are on vacation. This will include 15 to 25 deliveries per day. To be considered please go to our website (www.syscoportland.com) to download and complete an application or you can apply in person at our main facility at 26250 SW Parkway Center Drive, Wilsonville, OR 97070. Monday —Friday, 9am — 4pm. EEO Employer M/FID/V

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Price Reduced! Arctic Fox 2003 Cold Ford T-Bird, 1966, 390 Weather Model 34 5B, 908 engine, power everylicensed thru 2/15, exlnt thing, new paint, 54K Aircraft, Parts cond. 3 elec slides, solar orig. miles, runs great, panel, 10 gal water htr, & Service exc. cond.in/out.$7500 14' awning, (2) 10-gal obo. 541-480-3179 propane tanks, 2 batts, catalytic htr in addition to a .- • central heating/AC, gen- j ~m tly used, MANY features! Must see to appreciate! $19,000. By owner (no dealer calls, please). Call 1/3 interest in wellor text 541-325-1956. equipped IFR Beech Bo- GMC Sierra 1977 short nanza A36, new 10-550/ bed, exlnt o r iginal CHECKYOUR AD prop, located KBDN. cond., runs & drives $65,000. 541-419-9510 great. V6, new paint www. N4972M.com and tires. $4750 obo. 541-504-1050

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Cessna 150 LLC Plymouth B a r racuda 150hp conversion, low 1966, original car! 300 time on air frame and hp, 360 V6, centerlines, 541-593-2597 engine, hangared in Bend. Excellent performance 8 affordab/e flying! $6,000. 541-410-6007 Rolls Royce 1992 Silver Spur II,excellent! Midnight Blue exterior, Parchment leather inte172 Cessna Share rior, 15-inch chrome RR wheels, Alpine Sirius IFR equipped, new avionics, Garmin 750 DVD/CD/AM/FM/GPS navigation system, touchscreen, center 77,200 miles, dealerstack, 160hp. ship maintained, alExceptionally clean ways garaged. New, & economical! about $250,000; sell $13,500. $19,500.541-480-3348 Hangared in KBDN 933 Call 541-728-0773 Pickups

Call Dick, 541-480-1687.

Fleetwood Wilderness2000 model, 26', 1 slide, good condition with awning and A/C, $7500. 541-363-8270

1974 Bellanca 1730A 2160 TT, 440 SMO, 160 mph, excellent

condition, always hangared, 1 owner for 35 years. $60K.

Keystone Challenger 2004 CH34TLB04 34'

4.0L V6, 4WD, auto., Supercab 11K mi. 16 MPG Hwy. VIN ¹A76762. $21,977

1/5th interest in 1973

Fleetwood Prowler 32' - 2001 2 slides, ducted heat & air, great condition, snowbird ready, Many upgrade options, financing available! $14,500 obo.

In Madras, call 541-475-6302

Chevy 3500 Crew Cab, 2005 4x4 Dually Duramax Allison, 4' lift Edge Chip only 66,000 miles. LS trim pkg, split-bench front seat, tow pkg, brake controller. Very good condition - looks good, pulls betterl Original owner needs to sell - $35,000. 541-408-7826

Ford Supercab 1992, brown/tan color with m atching full s i z e c anopy, 2WD, 4 6 0 over drive, 135K mi., full bench rear seat, slide rear w i ndow, bucket seats, power seats w/lumbar, pw, HD receiver & trailer brakes, good t ires. Good cond i tion. $4900. 541-389-5341

FORD XLT 1992 3/4 ton 4x4 matching canopy, 30k original miles, possible trade for classic car, pickup, motorcycle, RV $13,500. In La Pine, call 926-581-9190 GNfCSierra 2010

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