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• Council hopes more builders take advantage of ’density bonus’

aside as affordable housing. erscry aboutthecostof The density bonus was passed building being directly tied

By Tyler Leeds

as one way to combat the

hopes other private builders will follow suit.

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A private developer says

The proposal set forth by

a new city of Bend rule will

Steven Rzonca, president of

allow him to profitably build affordable housing. The city

Eagle Mountain Construction, relies on something called

the density bonus. The rule,

which was approved this year, city’s tough housing market, allows builders to fit more w here the rentalvacancy rate onto a lot than would other› has long hovered around 1 wise be allowed, as long as percent. "You’ ve heard most build› a portion of the project is set

to the cost of land, but being

able to put more on a piece of land will reduce the cost of

development," Rzonca said Wednesday. SeeHousing/A4

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First bungee jumping off a bridge high above the Crooked River Gorge, now zipping through the


Inside the secrets emailed to Clinton By Chris Strohm and John Walcott Bloomberg News



email painted a vivid pic› ture of a fast-deteriorating situation in Libya’s bloody civil war,

ANALYSIS complete with snip› ersshooting people,armed forces on the move and diplomatic personnel pre› paring to evacuate. The message, dated April 10, 2011, was for› warded to "H," for Hillary

Clinton, then the secretary of state. It came from one of her closest aides, Huma

Abedin, who is now vice chairman of her presiden› tial campaign. And a U.S. government review of its seven terse paragraphs has led to a probe of how sensitive in› formation got to personal email accounts used by

tree tops near Crater Lake

By Michael Birnbaum and Carol Morello

Crater Lake Zipline opened a week ago off state Highway

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140, about a half hour’s drive


from Klamath Falls or Crater Lake National Park. Covering

an old ski bowl, the zip line course operates on land man› aged bythe Fremont-Winema

Iran to limit its nuclear

National Forest. The national

with the nation’s econom›

forest last fall approved the plan, submitted by Darren

ic elite touched down in

program beforea German government plane packed Tehran. The trip was just the

and Jenifer "Jen" Roe, who

have a cabin a couple of miles from the course. Dan Smith, acting ranger for the Klamath Ranger Dis› trict, said he was recently at

first in a rush of Europe› an ministers and busi› nesspeople flocking to a market that is poised to reopen after years of grinding sanctions. Upscale Tehran hotels are packed and tables at

Crater Lake Zipline for testing.

"They put together a good package, and they went through a pretty stringent in› spection with forest engineers and their own engineers ..." said Smith, who normally works out of Bend and heads

trendy restaurants are

scarceas foreignersjostle for bargains, even amid uncertainty over whether

President Obama can overcome congressional opposition to the deal. The steady stream of

up law enforcement on the

Deschutes, Ochoco and Fremont-Winema national forests. SeeZip /A5

visitors to Tehran is the latest sign of the Atlan›

tic-wide divide between the United States and Eu›

rope, where there is scant opposition to the pact that



aims to crimp Iran’s nu›

clear ambitions. Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry have warned

detractors that they would be unable to reimpose a

Crater lake

multinational trade em›

bargo if Congress rejects the plans.


The other five coun›

tries that helped broker the deal have also told Congress they will not return to the negotiating table. The high-level trips

home,according totwo officials with knowledge of the inquiry who asked for anonymity. The matter

show that U.S. leaders

can’t even keep Europe› ans from booking tickets


to Tehran ahead of the

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material were broken. The investigation, led

by the FBI, comes after the inspector general for U.S. intelligence agencies determined that seven emails on Clinton’s server, including the April 2011


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James Homfeldt, 16, of Klamath Falls, approaches the landing of one of nine zip lines on the Crater Lake Zipline course on Friday afternoon. See video at Hbendbulletin.corn.


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Loudspeakersarethe latest source of tension for North andSouth I(area By Choe Sang-Hun

of the loudspeakers, which New York Times News Service North Korea has said defile the SEOUL, South Korea Af› "dignity of its supreme leader› ter a period of calm or rela› ship" by spreading anti-Kim tive calm, at least along the propaganda. heavily militarized border be› The South’s defense minister, tween North and South Korea, Han Min-koo, called the situa› bothsides were back on alert tion grave, but he urged South Friday. The unlikely cause: Koreans to "go on with the dai› loudspeakers. ly life," and the public appeared North Korea said Friday to be doing so. South Korean morning that its leader, Kim managers who commute to Jong Un, had ordered mili› a joint industrial park in the tary units to be ready to attack North Korean border town of loudspeakers near the border Kaesong had no trouble cross› that the South has used in re› ingtheborderasusualFriday. cent days to blare propaganda South Korean defense offi› messages. Kim gave the South cials said that while they be› until today to stop using the lieved the North’s front-line speakers. The North promised forces were on a "semi-war" "strong military action" if the state of alert, fully armed and South did not comply, although standing by in forward bun› it did not say when it would act. kers and gun positions, no Bellicose demands, threats signshad been detected ofreinand ultimatums from the North forcements moving to the bor› are hardly uncommon, and der or other preparations for a each side tends to react angrily possible attack. to any move from the other that Analysts said the crisis at› it sees as provocative. Frictions mosphererefl ected high-level sometimes escalate all the way

anxiety in North Korea.

"The North is desperate to to exchanges of gunfire, only to ease back from the brink again. stop loudspeaker broadcasts Still, the latest spike in ten› because they can undermine sions came the day after the the morale of front-line North North directed artillery fire and Korean troops and its military’s what may have been a rocket psychological preparedness," across the border, according to said Cheong Seong-chang, a South Korea, prompting a re› senior analyst at the Sejong In› sponse in kind from the South. stitute in Seoul. It was the first exchange of fire He said he thought military across the border on such a action was "highly possible" scale in five years. if the loudspeakers are not President Park Geun-hye of silenced. South Korea, wearing a cam› South Korean officials said ouflage uniform, visited the 3rd

Army Corps south of Seoul on Friday and ordered the military to "respond decisively" to any provocations from the North. Her government said it had no intention of stopping the use

the letter fit the North’s pattern

of periodically ratcheting up

"Given their past negotiating

MeXiCan preSident inquiry —A seven-monthconflict-of-in› terest investigation into the purchase of luxury homes byPresident Enrique PenaNieto’s wife and his finance minister from a government contractor found no wrongdoing, Mexico’s comptroller said Friday. Neither the president nor FinanceMinister Luis Videgaray intervened to steer government contracts to Grupo Higa, the companythat built and sold the houses, the investigation concluded. Theconclusion of the investigation lifts any legal cloud over PenaNieto and Videgaray, but it is unlikely to lift the shadowthat has hung over the administra› tion since the dealswere revealed last November. — From wire reports

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effectively ending theWarof the Roses. In1787, inventor John Fitch demonstrated his steamboat on the Delaware River to dele› gates from the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. In1846, Gen. StephenKearny proclaimed all of NewMexico a territory of the United States. In1851,the schooner America outraced more than adozen British vessels off the English coast to win a trophy that came to be known astheAmerica’ s Cup. In1914,Austria-Hungary de› clared war against Belgium. In1922, Irish revolutionary Michael Collins was shot to death, apparently by Irish Re› publican Army members op› posed to the Anglo-Irish Treaty that Collins had co-signed. In1932, the British Broad› casting Corp. conducted its first experimental television broadcast, using a 30-line me› chanical system. In1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower andVice President Richard Nixon werenominated for second terms in office by the Republican National Con› vention in SanFrancisco. In1962, French President Charles deGaulle survived an attempt on his life in suburban Paris. In1968, Pope PaulVl arrived in Bogota, Colombia, for the start of the first papal visit to South America. In1972, President Richard Nixon was nominated for a second term of office by the Republican National Conven› tion in Miami Beach. In1985, 55 people died when fire broke out aboard aBritish Airtours charter jet on a run› way at Manchester Airport in England. In1989, Black Panthers co-founder HueyNewton was shot to death in Oakland, Cali› fornia. (GunmanTyrone Robin› son was later sentenced to 32 years to life in prison.) Tee years ege: Thelast Jewish settlers left Gaza,makingway for the Palestinian government. Five years ege:Chilean President Sebastian Pinera confirmed that all the miners trapped deepunderground for 17 days were still alive after a probe cameback with a hand› written note, "All 33 of us are fine in the shelter." (The miners were rescued the following October.) One year ege:Tensions between Russia andUkraine escalate dsharplyasMoscow sent more than 130trucks roll› ing across the border in what it said was amission to deliver humanitarian aid. TheUnited Nations reported the death toll from three years of Syria’s civil war had risen to more than 191,000 people. Gunmen attacked a Sunni mosque in Iraq during Friday prayers and killed at least 64 people.

BIRTHDAYS Heart surgeon Dr.Denton Cool› ey is 95. Author AnnieProulx is 80. Actress Valerie Harper is 76. Pro Football Hall of Famecoach Bill Parcells is 74.Writer-pro› ducer DavidChaseis 70. Pop musician David Marks is67. Baseball Hall of FamerPaul Mo› litor is 59. Rockmusician Ver› non Reid is 57.Country singer Collin Raye is55. Rocksinger Roland Orzabal (TearsFor Fears) is 54. SingerTori Amos is 52. RapperGZA/The Genius is 49. Actor TyBurrell is 48. Ce› lebrity chef GiadaDeLaurentiis is 45. Actress MelindaPage Hamilton is 44. Rap-reggae singer BeenieManis 42. Come› dian-actress Kristen Wiig is 42. Actress JennaLeigh Greenis 41. Talk showhost JamesCord› en is 37.Rockmusician Jeff Stinco (Simple Plan) is37. — From wire reports

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On Sunday, a swarm of small rogue drones disrupted air traffic across the country on a scale previously unseen in

Pilots are reporting a surge of close calls with small drones flying near airports across the country. Here is asnapshot of 75 incidents that have been taken place sinceAug. 1 a fraction of the nearly 700 incidents reported to the Federal Aviation Administration so far this year.

U.S. skies. At 8:51 a.m., a white drone

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midair collision. But in dozens of cases, pilots reported that drones flew within 500 feet

of their aircraft, a distance so close that they usually had no time to react.

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researchers wrote. "Only about 2 percent of angio› sperms are aquatic today."

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Both episodes occurred af› scramble fighter jets as a pre› ter a widely reported scare in caution. In Louisville, a silver› January, when a small quad› and-white drone almost col› copter drone crashed on the lided with a training aircraft. White House grounds, briefly In Chicago, United Airlines triggering a lockdown and re› Flight 970 reported seeing a inforcingconcerns about secudrone pass by at an altitude of rity at the executive mansion. 3,500 feet. U.S. officials have said they All told, 12 episodes were are growing more concerned recorded on Sunday of small about the possibility that ter› d rones interfering with a i r › rorists might seek to use small planes or coming too close to drones. In a July 31 intelligence airports, including other inci› bulletin, the Department of dents in New Mexico, Texas, Homeland Security said it has I llinois, Florida an d N o r t h recorded more than 500 cases Carolina, according to pre› since 2012 in which unautho› viously undisclosed reports rizeddrones have loitered over filed with the Federal Aviation "sensitive sites and critical

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airspace over the nation’s cap› ital, forcing the U.S. military to

during such ancient times

an unassuming, 130-mil› continues to rely primarily lion-year-old water-dwelling on one data source: the fossil plant could be one of Earth’ s record," Les wrote. first flowering plants. Scientists can’t even say M ontsechia v idalii, d e › for sure whether flowering scribed in the Proceedings plants first developed on wa› of the National Academy ter or on land. "Some have proposed an of Sciences, could change many theories about how an› origin in a darkened forest giosperms, or plants with the habitat and others an open ability to produce flowers, aquatic or near aquatic hab› first came to be. itat," Indiana University pa› "Because it is so ancient le obotanist David Dilcher and is totally aquatic," the and his colleagues wrote in study authors wrote, this ex› the new study. tinct freshwater plant "raises Given that so few of today’ s q uestions centered on t h e flowering plants live in water, very early evolutionary his› m any have argued thatfl owtory of flowering plants." ersfirstem erged in terrestrily recent addition to the plant family tree; until they emerged, plants managed to reproduce without growing many-petaled lures for nec› tar-seeking insects. It may seem like a compli› cated system lure a bug in with flashy or fragrant flow› ers, get some pollen on their bodies, and hope those bugs go find another plant of the same species. But it seems to have been a highly suc› cessful evolutionary move, because soon after flowering

SanAntonio 1 N

lot reported a drone cruising at

1,500 feet in highly restricted

r e search over

By analyzing more than

United and other air carriers

dedined to comment, referring questions to Airlines for Amer›

ica, an industry group. Melanic Hinton, a spokes› woman, said the trade associ› ation would continue to work with the FAA to educate the

public about the proper use of drones. "The U.S. aviation sys› tem is the safest in the world, and nothing is more import› ant to us than the safety of our

passengers, crew and aircraft,"

Laura Brown, an FAA spokes› of 12,000 feet about 25 miles she said in an email. woman, declined to comment southeast of John F. Kennedy Rogue drones are posing a on the reports. Airport in New York. particular threat to small air› The d o cuments s h ow The FAA reports are brief craft that often fly at lower al› that r e mote-control p l anes and preliminary in nature. In titudes than major air carriers. are penetrating some of the some cases, follow-up inves› The pilot of a single-engine m ost guarded airspace in the tigations determined that ob› Piper P-28 reported making country. jects pilots had assumed to be a "hard left bank" on June 20 Drones have also continued drones were in fact something to avoid colliding with a silver to pose a headache for Secret else. drone about 5,200 feet above Service agents seeking to pro› On May 9, the pilot of United Groton, Connecticut. On Aug. tect the president, according to Airlines Flight 863 traveling I, a Cessna reported that a yel› the FAA reports. from San Francisco to Sydney, low drone the size of "a dish› On March 29, the Secret Australia reported that the washer" came within 50 feet as Servicereported that a rogue Boeing 777 hit a drone at an it was flying near Johnstown, drone was hovering near a altitude of 3,000 to 4,000 feet Pennsylvania. West Palm B each, Florida, along the California coast. Most of the drones were "Sparks were observed after described as small and likely golf course where resident Barack Obama was hitting the contact," according to the FAA weighing only a few pounds, links.Secret Service spokes- report, which said the Boeing according to the reports. Avi› man Brian Leary confirmed kept flying because it did not ation-safety experts say that the incident. He declined to appear to be damaged. A Unit› even tiny drones could trigger provide further details but said ed spokesman said it was later a disaster by crashing into a the Secret Service "has proce› determined that the plane had propeller or windshield, or get› dures and protocols in place to hit a bird, not a drone. ting sucked into a jet engine. address these situations when Small drones have become Tough to trace they occur." hugely popular with c on› Two weeks later, just after In most cases, rogue drones sumers who fly them for rec› noon on April 13, authorities disappear without a trace. The reation. Many models come received a report of a white aircraft are usually too small equipped with sophisticated drone flying in the vicinity of to be detected by radar and video cameras yet retail for the White House. Military air› do not carry transponders less than $500 and can be craft scrambled to intercept that would broadcast their lo› flown with little or no training. the drone, which was last seen cations. Unlike other planes, The Consumer E lectron› soaring over the Tidal Basin these drones are not marked ics Association estimates that on the Mall, heading toward with serial numbers, and their hobbyists will buy 700,000 Arlington, Virginia, according owners are not required to reg› of the aircraft in the United to the FAA reports. ister them. States this year.

During that time, the flow› ment, a transformative event

tains in Spain, but their true "This fossil material has

that ultimately altered the been poorly understood and character of the entire plan› misinterpreted in the past," et," Donald Les of the Uni›

versity of Connecticut, who was not involved in the paper, wrote in a commentary. "Un›

derstandably, the rapid rise of angiosperms has intrigued paleoecologists and evolu› tionary biologists, who have

the authors wrote. Montsechia vidalii, esti› mated to have lived between 130 million and 125 million

years ago, grew during the late Cretaceous, when dino› saurs still walked the earth.

It may not have looked much like the flowering plants of ing explanations for their suc› today in fact, it probably cessful radiation." resembled its still-living de› Scientists want to under› scendants known as coon› stand why flowering plants tails or h o rnworts, which were so successful, but it’ s have coarseleaves ideal for hard to answer that question koi ponds. strived to elucidate underly›

when you don’t know what


m o dern p l a n ts

the earliest species looked with f l owers, M . v i d a l ii like, and how they changed wouldn’t have petals or nec› over time.

tar-producing parts, but it

"Despite extensive techno› did have a single seed a logical advances in genetics, t elltale characteristic of genomics and bioinformat› angiosperms.

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Continued from A1

Proposedprivate affordahle housing development

"If we can start increas›

ing the density, and have more units per acre, then

' Pine Nursery Park


we can start being able to

pencil affordable units," he added

Oy +rMarket

Rzonca noted this "isn’ t

City-ownedproperty , slated for affordableI '.development

a magic bullet" that will fix the city’s dearth of af›

fordable housing, saying it works in this particular


io epr~

case for a number of rea› sons. One of those is that

the development will in›

Pete Smith / The Bulletin

clude five townhouses he will sell at market-rate pric›

ensure the units are available courage affor dable housing. es, which will help to cover to those making less than 50 The program, which the city is the profit he’s forsaking on percent ofthe area's medi- backing without the help of the the seven affordable units

he’s building. Bureau of Prisons via The New York Times file

The federal prison in Florence, Colorado, is a "supermax" facility known as Florence ADX. It houses

some of the country's most notorious prisoners, like Sept. 11 co-conspirator Zacarias Mousssoui and Unsbomber Theodore Ksczynskk The prison is among nearly a dozen in Colorado's Prison Valley.

n oora o’s rison ae, correctionsareawa o ie By John M. Glionna Los Angeles Times


"Convicts who do escape,"

said Ginny Hadley, 75, the

ence. Dabrowska is a gentle house mother to families in

owner of a Canon City west›


Students here don’t do fire ern shop, "don’t stick around safety drills, they do es› for long." caped-prisoner training Still, there’s a saying about closing blinds, hiding in a cor› life here: Even those on the ner or closet. outside live on the inside. Outside, officers o f ten More than half the coun› swarm, releasing search dogs ty’s jobs stem from the cor› in exercises to track runaway rections industry. Everyone inmates whose boots car› knows someone a brother, ry a special notch in the sole aunt or father who works for easier tracing. Longtime for the state Department of residents can recall finding Corrections. in their garage or woodshed When he applied for a pris› muddy prison uniforms aban› on job years ago, Jody Evan› doned during an escape. go already had 26 relatives Those inmates who remain working in P r ison Valley behind bars help shape the facilities. economy here, preparing and Some locals feel tension liv› selling mailboxes, fly rods, ing among stressed-out pris› flowers, even water buffalo on guards. Many suffer from meat a thriving prison in› corrections fatigue, taking dustry with prices that under› cut miffed local merchants,

a detached attitude from the

for women like one

named Joy, who for years came to visit Kaczynski until she died of cancer.

"They’ re devoted ladies," Dabrowska said. "They come b ack until

Law has come here for years

to see her fiance. She stays at the Riviera for six months. She loathes he r p r i s on

visits; the gruff suspicions thrown b y g u ards o ften wound her.

Dabrowska knows. Since 1988, she has counseled hun›

dreds of families, once help› ing a woman don her white dress for a wedding ceremony behind prison walls. Many bring their men to meet her

that’s also one of the nation’s

with inmates, one he a l so

highest. Prison life has long been second nature in an area

brought to his children: "Offi› "They wheeledhim in here cers keep up that front even at like Hannibal Le cter and home. It may not be intention› said, ’Put him in a cell and don’t even look at him until al, but they do it." In 2006, Snelson quit the the Connecticut people get

where territorial prison of›

correctional life and opened

ficers once brought inmates the Good Thyme Cafe in home for house repairs and downtown Canon City, a din› low-security female prison› er he envisioned as a family ers walked the streets in their gathering place. prison uniforms. In the 1980s, But prison followed him. prison building, and the roll› The restaurant is now a fa› ing out of coiled razor wire, vorite haunt of corrections of› began in earnest. A tourism ficers. "They know who I am," ad once invited: "Do T i me he said. "They feel safe. They don’t have to worry about With Us." The seven state and four anyone messing with their federal institutions are locat› food." ed in Canon City (population While he says every parol› 16,000) and neighboring Flor› ee deserves a second chance, ence (population 3,800). The Snelson won’t h ir e a nyone inmates make up 38 percent who’s done time. He does se› of the two cities’ populations. curity checks on applicants There’s the Colorado Ter›

ritorial Correctional Facility, an imposing stone fortress opened in 1871 that sits at the

and looks for telltale prison tattoos. Ex-cons are w elcome as customers, though. "Their

end of Main Street in Canon money is as good as anyone City, housing aged and in› else’ s. It spends real well." firm inmates. In the nearby J an M c L aughlin ha s countryside are four low› brought religion to inmates er-security work camps and here since 1986. It’s challeng› grim walled and barb-wired ing work, but prisoners are complexes. often the easy part. At first, The most ominous is ADX

she got a cool reception from

Florence, the federal "super› guards, who asked, "Why are max" prison known as the you doing this?" "Alcatraz o f

t h e R o c k ies"

"One prison worker t old

built partially underground to house offenders deemed the highest of security risks, including Sept. 11 co-conspir› ator Zacarias Moussaoui, Un›

me, ’What do you do with

abomber Theodore Kaczyns›

Prayers for Prisoners, a re›

ki, Oklahoma City bomber Terry Nichols and Boston

ligious nonprofit, recently

t rash? You b ur n

er’s jail to await extradition.

here,’" he recalled. "That kind

of spooked me." Fremont County, Beicker

called the pastor of a l ocal

ing fee program, which he says will allow him to

the city in a program to en›

developers alone don’t have

the capacity to build as many affordable units as are needed.

Rzonca has also request› ed aloan of$400,000 from

reason it was hesitant to join


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

ISrael and Iran —Israel has accused Iran of involvement in a rocket attack from Syria that set off a series of Israeli artillery and airstrikes in Syrian territory, including a strike Friday on a vehicle

Continued from A1 "We are talking here about 80 million people who need energy supplies, who

that killed those inside.

naturally also need health

care, who want to get back off their knees in the oil and gas businesses. There are opportunities and chances," Joe Kaeser, the chief execu› tive of Siemens, the German

industrial c o nglomerate, told German television last month.

Siemens sent a top offi› cial to Tehran with German

The allegations, which could not be independently verified, come amid anintense Israeli campaign against the recent deal reached betweenworld powers and Iran to curb its nuclear pro› gram. The Israeli military struck after it said four rocketswerefired Thursday from Syrian territory, two landing in northern Israel and two others in the Israeli-held GolanHeights. The rockets caused no casualties or damage. The army said the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad fired the rockets, "under the supervision of Iran." Islamic Jihad denied involvement, andaspokesman,DaoudShihab,saidthegroupoperated only "inside occupied Palestine," a reference to Israel, the West Bank and the GazaStrip. There was nocomment from Iran. — Tribune NewsService

Vice Chancellor Sigma r Gabriel last month. Their government plane touched down at the Imam Khomei› ni International Airport five

days after world powers agreed on the nuclear deal on July 14. "The agreement reached between the E3+3 and Iran

be reduced or eliminated." finance system, making it dif› But as the rush picks up be› ficult for money to flow to and tween Europe and Tehran, the from Iran and crimping even U.S.-Iran contacts have been deals that are legal under the far quieter. current sanctions regime. sway over the i nternational

That doesn’t even touch on

in Vienna has laid the foun› what would happen if Iran is dations for a normalization found to be violating the deal, of economic relations with triggering so-called snapback Iran," Gabriel said, using an› sanctions that could gobble other term for the group of whatever Western money is in› six world powers that nego› vested there. tiated the deal. The German But despite the concerns, vice chancellor was accom› some initial agreements are panied by a delegation of top already being signed with officials from some of Ger› government stamps of approv› many’s largest companies, al. Italian bank Mediobanca including Daimler, Volkswa› signed a memorandum of un› gen and ThyssenKrupp. derstanding in Tehran earlier Since Gabriel’s visit, top ran. British Foreign Secre›

correctional officer here. His wife, in-laws and brother all still work for the Department

of Corrections. Prison work, h e s a ys, changes people: "It’s hard not to become cynical. Prisoners are manipulative. The town is filled with people who’ve got›

Harder for Americans

In the short t erm, m ost

American businesses stand to gain far less than their Europe› an counterparts, even though many Iranians covet U.S.

goods and would gladly pay a premium for them. The July deal only lifts sanctions relat› ed to Iran’s nuclear program, leaving in place many U.S. restrictions that are pinned to Iran’s support of terrorism and

human rights abuses.

this month to finance deals be› The Iran deal nevertheless tween Italian and Iranian busi› opens the door for some Amer›

Beicker, 52, spent years as a

ican companies to expand their business with the Islamic tary Philip Hammond plans export credit company, which republic and lays the ground› to rush there today to re› estimated that removing sanc› work for more trade and in› open his nation’s embassy, tions could increase Italian ex› vestment in future years. amid concerns that British ports to Iran by $3.3 billion by A separate clause in t h e business was falling behind the end of 2018. agreement allows for the sale continental

c o u nterparts.

guaranteed by Italy’s state-run

Many analysts say that Eu›

of commercial aircraft and

Spain, Sweden and Poland plan to follow in the fall.

ropean policymakers would parts to Iran, which wants to have little patience for a U.S. buy at least 400 new planes

Most of the lawmakers have

rejection of

t h e a g reement over the next decade from both Boeing and Airbus. Given the size of the Irani› an market and its affinity for American products, Richard

brought top business lead› between Iran and six world ers with them. powers that was finalized in Next month, A u strian July after years of painstaking President Heinz F i scher negotiations led by the Obama plans to be the first Europe› administration. Europe nev›

Nephew, the lead U.S. sanc›

an head of state to visit Teh› e r sundered ties with I r a n

tions expert negotiating with

among correctional offi cers,

ran since 2004. Vienna also as completely as the United

who don’t like running into men theyonce locked behind

hosted a major E.U.-Iran

Iran until early this year, said he has been surprised more

ten harder."

'Everyone isarmed' About 100 p arolees live

in Fremont County, bring› ing about a sense of unease

bars. "See that stack?" Beicker

trade conference just aweek after the deal was signed. "A lot of companies at

States. "There is no particular rea›

son why the Europeans would let themselves be affected by U.S. self-inflicted injuries," said Francois Heisbourg, a defense analyst at the Par›

had said earlier, pointing to half a dozen files. "They’ re concealed-weapons permit applications, many from cor›

the moment are preparing agteements to be signed

rectional officers. I joke that

uss, the head of the Ger› gic Research. man-Iranian Chamber of Congressional rejection of Commerce. He said that his the deal might thwart some association was organizing investment in Iran in the short a trip every week for com› run, he said. But over the years, panies interested in doing European businesses would deals in Iran. The requests likely find ways to circumvent for advice h ave t r i pled any financing restrictions. since the July 14 deal was European businesses have announced. been salivating over the pros›

everyone is Fremont County is armed." He noted that some inmates

work projects, cleaning roads and fighting fires. Their ef› forts make the county a better place, he said. Just as the prisons color

life here, their presence is felt

the moment sanctions are lifted," said Michael Tock›


on City and Florence, with

Hill, where unclaimed inmate

riddled with legal uncer›

their q u aint d o wntowns, afraid that if they show heart leafystreets and easy access to prisoners, they’ ll lose mon› to fishing and river-rafting. ey and congregants." And Fremont County is safe, Helina Dabrowska runs a they say: In half a century, Heartbreak Hotel. only five inmates successfully For $55 a night, the wives, escaped, the last in 1976. Be› mothers and children of Pris›

bodies are buried under nar›

tainties, leaving businesses

tween 2000 and 2012, all 50

in the most forlorn corner of Prison Valley.

who broke free were caught.


the city’s affordable hous›

have a regular production builder trying to create af› fordable housing," he said, adding the region’s dedi› cated affordable housing

church for help in her mission. even in death. Beicker drove "He hung up," she said. to the cemetery and stopped Tsarnaev. Residents relish life in Can› "Corrections families attend at an area called Woodpecker

on Valley inmates often stay at the Riviera motel in Flor›

"It’s not as if the city nev›

er took any action," said City Councilor Sally Russell at the meetingWednesday. "We had a path and were moving for› ward and then the economy

At the meeting, the City fordable housing development. Council began the process of The 5-acre property was taken rezoning the property so it over by the city in 2004 from could hold more units. Bend Park & Recreation Dis› Amy Barry, a city planner, trict under an agreement the said the rezoning would make city would use it for affordable the property more attractive housing. to developers.A deed restri cA n earlier attempt to d o tion will ensure the property so failed when the recession is always used for affordable pushed a developer under› housing. "Thereare several nonprofit water, Long said Wednesday. Earlier this year, the park dis› builders already looking at it," trict cited the property as one Long said.

ministers from France and Italy also have visited Teh› nesses. The loans would be

Marathon bomber Dzhokhar

churches here. Pastors are

on new construction for some affordable housing projects.

Butler Market Road into an af›

said, can get on your nerves. Before running for sheriff,

i t ,’ " M c › are temporarily let out for

Laughlin recalled. Tensions have eased. But McLaughlin, the director of

"It’s an example of what we hoped for, in that we

district, will reduce fees levied

t h ei r m e n a r e

released." South African Jacqueline

prison into the community after their release. suspicious, rarely sociable, "Love," she said, "is love." who urge customers to pa› tronize law-abiding people, few serving on civic boards. Sheriff J ames B e icker "They strut around in their not convicted criminals. eased his SUV through Can› In the place known as Pris› uniforms an d l i t t l e s i l ver on City. Now in hi s f ourth on Valley, home to I I s t ate badges with their ’I’m a pris› term, he recalled his first les› and federal lockups, more on guard’ attitude, like, ’We son in Prison Valley. than 7,500 inmates do time own this town,’" Evango said. At a conferencepost-Sept. near two communities that "Well, I worked out there, too. ll, an FBI agent asked for the have the feel of college towns Who cares?" Fremont County sheriff. e You an odd coupling that can poor bastard," the agent said. What life is like "If you don’t think al-Qaida create tension and c onflict perhaps found nowhere else For 14 y e ars, C h ristian hasn’t pulled up your website in America. Snelson worked as a correc› to look at you, you’ re wrong. Fremont County (popula› tional officer, half of that time We know they have." tion 46,000) has Colorado’s in Fremont County. Once, o f f icers f r o m a biggest per capita popula› He finally wearied of the high-security prison h ere tion of prison inmates, a rate hard-line attitude he used delivered an inmate to Beick›

Second nature

an income. Without the loan,

which comes with more favor› Without t h e de n s ity able terms than those available bonus, Rzonca says, "I through a commercial bank, wouldn’t even consider he says he’ ll aim for below 80 building affordable." percent. Jim Long, the city’s af› In a related action, the City fordable housing man› Council on Wednesday night ager, called the project took a step toward turning a "intriguing." city-owned property near NE

row metal markers. "It’s sad to be buried with›

out family," he said. "People make mistakes. They’ re still people." Then he stood silent here

Any Western business deals with I ran ar e still

U.S. companies haven’t been

openly advocating for the deal as Congress prepares to vote on it. When he asked a corpo›

rate executive why recently, he explained doing business with

is-based Foundation for Strate› Iran can have "reputational

pects of a deal, with leaders

consequences." "But three, four or five years from now, I can see them go›

ing to Congress and saying, ’The Europeans are making a mint, while we’ re off in the side

lot’ and asking for a change," Nephew said. "It comes down to perceptions if the remaining sanctions are stopping terror› ism and violations of human

readying themselves to sign rights." contracts as soon as it is legal Despite their interest, many for them to do so. "Iran is an El Dorado for oil,"

U.S. businesses do not expect

to set up shop in Tehran for said Paolo Scaroni, who when some time. "Most of our clients recog› tiptoeing for now. Multi› he headed the Italian energy national companies that giant Eni met with Iranian Oil nize that this will not be busi› do business in the United Minister Bijan Namdar Zan› ness as usual for probably States don’t want to be tar› ganeh about potential invest› many years to come," said Wil› geted by U.S. sanctions if ments. At the time of the De› liam McGlone, a lawyer who Congress ultimately rejects cember2013 meeting, Scaroni specializes in sanctions at the the deal. The Treasury De› said, "there was already a kind Washington firm of Latham & partment also has powerful of smell that sanctions might Watkins.


Clinton Continued fromA1 The State Department and

intelligence agencies now are trying to determine if other material in th e emails was

classified when sent. As the controversy has grown around Clinton’s cam›

paign, the question of how› and in what form classified information may have been

mishandled has moved front and center. The Huma-to-Hillary email

gives a clue. In this case, and the oth› ers known to be in dispute, it

isn’t necessarily a question of a Clinton staff member sending classified documents in whole, or large passages attached to emails. Abedin’s email contains i nformation

SanderS in SOuthCarOlina —Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders sought to broaden his appeal with black voters Friday in speechesdenouncing "institutional racism" in the American political and economic system. The Vermont senator addressed anoverwhelm› ingly white crowd in the Republican stronghold of Greenville, South Carolina, as hemadehis casethat "racism still remains amuch too real part of Ameri› can life." He’s expected to meet privately with black leaders while in the state. "There is no onewhowill fight harder not only to end institu› tional racism, but to makefundamental changes in our broken criminal justice system," he said, drawing roars from the crowd of almost 3,000. South Carolina hosts the South’s first presidential primary and is the first state in the nominating process to have a large number of black voters, who could make up amajority of the Democratic primary electorate in the state. Sanders andhis aides acknowl› edge he must get more black support, in South Carolina andother states, to win the nomination over Hillary Clinton. — 7tte Associated Press

blending of material can be

Sunday morning. There are other examples

that suggest Clinton aides drew upon a variety of clas› sified information to produce

updates of events in Libya and elsewhere and sent them v ia email, according to t h e officials familiar with the in›

vestigation, who weren’t au› thorized to publicly discuss a current probe. Anybody who knowingly emailed classified material to

Clinton or her top aides when she was secretary of state could face criminal prosecu›

tion, according to current and former U.S. national security officials. Those who inadver›

tently send or receive classi› fied data could be prosecuted for gross negligence. Clinton, the leading Democratic presi› dential candidate, isn’t a target of the investigation.

"There’s a responsibility to safeguardclassified information," Michael Hayden, former

director of the National Securi› ty Agency and Central Intelli› gence Agency, said in a phone interview. Failing to protect such data "could get to a level

of negligence that criminal penalties would kick in." Hayden acknowledged the

ment spokesman, told report› ers on Aug. 12 that it’s not al›

ment screeners have flagged 305 of those documents for

crosses a sky bridge

further review by U.S. intelli›

gence agencies to see if they

during the Crater Lake Zipline tour.

contained classified material. There are several scenari›

os in which known classified material could have been im›

Tees Freeman The Bulletin

properly transferred, accord› ing to Hayden and one of the U.S. officials who asked for anonymity. The most egregious way would be to knowingly strip classification markings from documents or other data, a


move that would clearly be a criminal act.

Riders latch onto the ca›

A potentially more probable emails blended data from mul› tiple sources that ultimately included or referenced some

ways "black and white" what

classified content. "What y ou’ re probably used a private email server should be classified and what that didn’t have government shouldn’ t. talking about is someone typ› security protections. Hayden, Clinton and her aides have ing a message based on mul› who was named by then-Pres› said material in her emails tiple sources in their head," ident Bill Clinton to head the wasn’t marked as being classi› Hayden said. NSA, is an adviser to Republi› fied at the time it was sent and Moving a message from a can presidential candidate Jeb received through her server. classified system to an undas› Bush. Law enforcement officials are sified one, known within intel› The C linton c ampaign examining emails that con› ligence circles as going from points out that the 2011 email, tained material known to be the high side to the low side, made public as part of a Repub› classified when sent. requires two officials to certi› lican-led House committee’s Clinton used th e p r ivate fy that it contains no classified probe into an attack on the U.S. e mail system set up i n h er material, said the official. mission at Benghazi, was la› Chappaqua, New York, home The first is the sender; the beled sensitive but unclassified. while she was secretary of second is a n i n f ormation The inspector general, howev› state from 2009 until February management officer. It’s pos› er, has conduded that some of 2013. emails sent and received sible two people missed the the details were classified and by her and top aides that used classification markings, the shouldn’t have been included. the systemwere stored on a official said. Clinton faced a barrage of An attorney for Abedin, Karen server. The FBI took posses› Dunn of Boies, Schiller & Flex› sion of the server on Aug. 12 as questions during a news con› ner in Washington, declined to part of its probe. ference on Aug. 18 in the Las comment. Clinton’s server could have Vegas area about the matter. One of the U.S. officials been vulnerable after a Roma› When pressed about wheth› said information in the email nian hacker accessed the per› er she wiped the server clean, came from secret imagery and sonal email of Clinton adviser Clinton replied, "What, like should still be classified. Be› Sidney Blumenthal in March with a cloth or something?" cause theemail was released 2013, according to one of the She added, "I don’t know how by the State Department by o fficials familiar with t h e it works digitally at all." Jennifer Palmieri, Clinton’s mistake it is now effectively de› probe. Blumenthal frequently classified, the official said. emailed Clinton, and although communications director, said The email i l lustrates the the hack could have exposed in an interview on Wednes› challenges that investigators the domain name ofher server day that Clinton "didn’t really now must sort through in de› and her IP address, the State think it through" when setting termining what was classified, Department never conducted up the server for convenience. when it was sent, how was the a security survey of her server, Given thechance for a dodata complied and who sent it. said the officiaL over, she would do it different› Mark Toner, a State Depart› Clinton said she turned over ly, Palmieri said. he said Clinton shouldn’t have

Luke Hom› feldt, 13, of Klamath Falls,

ness from her tenure. Govern›

scenario is that those sending

from multiple sources, dis› difficult to prevent. However, tilled into a digestible situa› tion report sent to Clinton on a

paper copies of 30,490 emails relating to government busi›


in Oregon. Most parts of the state now have a zip line, said

Continued from A1 Judiaann Woo, director of Zip lines feature a cable communications for Travel suspended over an incline. Oregon. "It is a safe thrill," she said.

ble with a pulley and har› "It doesn’t require any techni› ness. Suspended from the cal skill." cable, riders glide along a While Central Oregon cur› course. rently does not have a zip line, The Roes’ zip line course covers l t/2 miles over the old Tomahawk Ski Bowl, which Jen Roe said closed in the mid-1980s due to

one could eventually be com›

ing to Mt. Bachelor. Plans for a zip line course were part of the ski area’s 10-year master plan

approved by the Deschutes c o nditions, National Forest in spring 2013,

poor snow

on the east side of Upper Klamath Lake. Inspiration

said Drew Jackson, Mt. Bache›


run from Pine Marten Lodge

lor spokesman. for the zip line came from Part of summertime op› a family trip five years erations, the zip line course ago to Belize, where the would be accessed from the couple first tried zip lining P ine Marten c h airlift a n d Since then,

t h ey’ ve down the mountain about

wanted to run a zip line of their own. The Roes are

1,400 vertical feet in several

They own Roe Outfitters,

a Klamath Falls company

in those three or four stages down toward the West Village

that leads whitewater raft›

Lodge area," Jackson said.

ing, moonlight kayaking

While Mt. Bachelor has ap› provalfrom the Forest Service for the zip line, it awaits the

segments. "It would zigzag its way not strangers to adventure.

and other trips. "This was a natural fit for us," Jen Roe said.

go-ahead from its parent com› pany, Powdr Corp. Jackson said adding a zip line course

A mother of two boys› ages 11 and 13 Roe said she loves how zip lining is something a family can do together. Zippers must be

remains among the top three priorities for t h e sk i a r e a,

along with building a new ski

at least 10 years old and

lift and erecting a summer›

weigh between 70 and 250 pounds. She said there is no upper age limit. "The oldest person we’ ve had on the course so far

time climbing wall. A different kind of adven› ture than zip lining, bungee jumping, is already catching on in Central Oregon. Since

was 74, and we just had

the start of the month, Central

a gal call who was in her 80s," Roe said. Cost is $95 per rider Monday through Friday and $105 Saturday and

Oregon Bungee Adventures has offeredbungee jumping from the High Bridge across the Crooked River at Peter

Skene Ogden State Scenic

Sunday. The tour t a k es Viewpoint near Terrebonne. 2t/2-4 hours. Crater Lake About 200 jumpers have

Zipline plans to offer tours year-round, although some days will not be conducive to zip lining.


Brynn Anderson / The Associated Press

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Mobile, Alabama, on Friday.

Trump draws crowd to Alabama stadium By Melissa Nelson The Associated Press

mestic achievement. Before Trump arrived,his

fans some carrying signs, others wearing T-shirts sup› on Friday joked, "I know how porting the billionaire busi› Billy Graham felt" as he ad› nessman spoke of his out› dressedthe largest crowd yet sider status in a crowded field of his thriving presidential dominated by former and cur› campaign. rent elected officials as the song "I would like to have the elec› "Sweet Home Alabama" blared tion tomorrow," Trump crowed. from loudspeakers. "I don’t want to wait." "Donald Trump is telling the Thousands of Alabama vot› truth and people don’t always MOBILE, Ala. Republican front-runner Donald Trump

ers came out to hear the New

like that," said Donald Kidd, a

Yorker bring his message to 73-year-old retired pipe welder the Deep South. The 40,000› from Mobile. "He is like George seatLadd-Peebles Stadium was Wallace. He told the truth. It is about half-full when Trump be› the same thing." gan his speech. Wallace, a fierce opponent Trump was welcomed by an of civil rights, served as gover› array of Alabama politicians, nor of Alabama and sought the including Republican Sen. Jeff presidency multiple times. Sessions, who praised him for Kidd said Trump is a "breath the attention he’s drawn to im› offresh air, "andpraisedhim as migration issues. And Trump a businessman with common led off his speech with more sense. criticism of immigrants living

Savannah Zimmerman, a

in the country illegally, draw› ing loud cheers when he repeat› ed his promise to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

27-year-old registered nurse from Mobile, agreed. "I think he appeals to us Southerners

He reiterated his intention to end "birthright citizenship" for

he has strong opinions. That is the way we are here in the

children of immigrants here illegally.

South," she said.

because he tells it like it is and

Trump also attacked the

Mary Anne Bousenitz, 59, a retired psychiatrist from Tus›

Obama administration’s deal

caloosa, said she isn’t offended

with Iran to restrict that coun›

by the insults Trump has di› rected at women, like "dog" and "bimbo."

try'snudear program, calling it "so sad." "I’m not married to the man, And he promised to "repeal and replace Obamacare" the and it’s not like I’m going to health care law that’s President

have to sit across a turkey at the

Barack Obama’s singular do› table with him," she said.

BuSh jOinS KOChS —Casting himself as a tax-cutting, passionate government reformer, JebBushdrew merely polite applause Friday from thousands of the nation’s most-active tea party conservatives gathered at the billionaire industrialist Koch brothers’ summit. Only when theRepublican presidential candidate wrapped uphis 20-minute speech bycalling for a military buildup did the more than 3,000 conservatives from around the nation join in a sustained cheer for Bush, a familiar face in American politics but a newcomer in front of the tea party crowd. "I promise you, if I’m elected president of the United States, I will restore the traditional role of the United States as aleader for peace and security," Bush declared at the annual summit of Americans for Prosperity. Industrialists Charles andDavid Kochhavecracked open adoor to tea party support for Bush, awelcome opportunity for the former Florida governor whose presidential competitors include several big tea party success stories. CruZ VerSuS Carter —Republican presidential candidate Texas Sen. TedCruzcriticized former President Jimmy Carter’s administra› tion during a stump speech in iowa, oneday after Carter announced he was suffering from cancer that has spread to his brain. Speaking on apolitical soapbox at the iowa State Fair Friday, Cruz said there wereparallels between the DbamaandCarter administra› tions. "I think the parallels between this administration and theCarter administration are uncanny.Samefailed domestic policy, same mis› ery, stagnation and malaise. Same feckless and naiveforeign policy," Cruz said. "In fact, the exact samecountries Russia and Iran› openly laughing at andmocking the president of the United States." Cruz then said theanalogy gives him hope for the future because people "rose upand becamethe Reaganrevolution." Carter, the nation’s 39th president, said Thursday that he is under› going treatment for skin cancer that has spread to his liver and brain. Asked if his remarks wereappropriate in light of Carter’s health, Cruz said hewastalking about "the public policy of the Carter admin›

taken the 250-foot plunge so far, said James Scott, owner

and president of Central Ore› gon Bungee Adventures. The "I’m e xcited t o l o o k bungee jumping is attracting down on that forest in the people to the viewpoint, he snow," Roe said. said. For each jumper, about On Friday, 26 people 10 spectators gather. z ipped around the z i p Scott plans to be open until lines, including Sophia the end of October and then Homfeldt, 46, of Klamath open again at the beginning of Falls. She said she liked May. The company has a one› how the course stayed in year pilot project agreement the canopy of the trees and with Oregon Parks and Rec› offered views. reation Department, w hich "It was so fun," she said. manages the viewpoint. Roe said the views in› Comparing zip lining and clude the caldera of Crater bungee jumping, Scott said Lake. In planning the zip zip lines are more for all line course, she and her ages while bungee jumps are husband considered oth› different. "It’s a big jump," he said. er names but decided on something she said would "It’s not for everyone." be easily recognized by — Reporter: 541-617-7812, people from around the ddarling@bendbulletin.corn world. The Roes worked with the U.S. Forest Ser› vice for 3 t/z years on the


project. "I think they recognize that sometimes there is a

good recreational fit for something like this, where


you can offer a different


type of experience for people to get out on public



land," Roe said.

Crater Lake

Z i pline,

located about 140 m iles from Bend, is not the first

istration in the 1970s and it didn’t work."

Walker On CitiZenShip —Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker said in atelevision interview Friday he is not taking a position on whether children born to immigrants here illegally should automatically be citizens. And he said in aseparate campaign stop that there are only a "handful" of moderate followers of Islam. His spokeswomanlater issued a statement that most Muslims "want to live in peace." The Wisconsin governor said in aCNBCinterview that he wouldn’ t take a stand "oneway orthe other" on the constitutional guarantee of birthright citizenship. Walker’s statement comesafter he gavemixed answers on the issueearlier in the week, including saying that the U.S. should "absolutely" end birthright citizenship. Rival Donald Trumphassaid he wants to end the automatic grant› ing of citizenship to children of people here illegally. Since then,Walk› er and other candidates havebeenaskedtheir positions on it. Walker later Friday issued astatement on Twitter saying, "Truly secure border & enforce laws. Nothing else matters on immigration issue if you don’t do this first. That’s my point." — The Associated Press

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One was a college student for whom fighting fires was a summer job. Another had graduated and wanted to make firefighting his career. The third was already a professional firefighter who had gone back to school to earn his master’s degree. Tom Zbyszewski, Richard Wheeler and Andrew Zajac the three men who died Wednesday when flames

John Day


TWISP, Wash.


FIRE UPDATE Reported for Central and Eastern Oregon.For more information, visit information/lnrgefirn mnp.nspx 1. County Line 2 • Acres: 64,950 • Containment: 58% • Cause: Human 2. Canyon Creek Complex • Acres: 61,631 • Containment: 13% • Cause: Lightning 3. National Creek Complex • Acres: 8,800 • Containment: 10% • Cause: Unknown

consumed their crashed vehicle in

Washington state were typical of the wildland firefighters who start out as fresh-faced college kids making as little as $12 an hour then find themselves hooked on the work.


The Bulletin


Area burned since Wednesday


61,631 acres burned I





Four others were injured in the can›

yon, one critically. But their firefighting brothers and sisters had little time to mourn as raging fires forced entire com› munities to flee their homes 60 miles away. The complex of fires grew more than 100 square miles in a single day, creat› ing a situation too chaotic to even track

how many homes had burned. "We have lost them, but I don’t know how many," Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers said. "We’ ve got no idea." SeeFire deaths/B5

• 68 are from National Guard units located inCentral Oregon By Dylan J. Darling


CanyonCreekFire extent as ofFriday

Soldiers train to fight fires More than half of the Oregon National Guard soldiers volunteering to help fight wildfires come from units based in Central Oregon. Gov. Kate Brown activated the National

Guard to assist in firefighting during a visit earlier this week to Grant County, where three dozen homes have been lost to the Canyon

Creek ComplexFirenearCanyon City. In all, 125 soldiers reported to the Depart› ment of Public Safety Standards and Training

Source: Northwest Interagency Coordination Center

Pete Smith l The Bulletin

Photos inside • A look at the state’s highest-priority wildfire, the Canyon CreekComplex Fire south of John Day,B2

Related • The County Line 2 Fire on theWarm Springs Indian Reservation grows by 500 acres sinceThursday, n3 • Firefighting efforts divided between CanyonCity and the Oregon› Washington border after a fire nearTroy quadruples in size, B3

center in Salem on Friday afternoon, said Eriks Gabliks, the department director. "They get the same training every other wildland firefighter gets," he said Friday. The accelerated training starts today and ends ’Ilresday. The soldiers will be training 10 hours a day. They are set to head out for their assign› ments Wednesday. Soldiers volunteer for firefighting duty, and 68 from Central Oregon units signed up, said Nick Choy, spokesman for the Oregon Mili› tary Department.

SeeSoldiers /B5


Stabbing appears to have been self-defense, DA says

County prosecutor Moore honored DeschutesCounty Depu›


"Drew" Moorereceivedan award Thursday for prose› cuting crimesinvolvingfish and wildlifeviolations. Moore waspresented

the 2014 Wildlife Prosecutor

of theYearAwardduring a conference in Bendfor the OregonDistdct Attorneys Association. The awardissponsored by theOregonSportsmen’s Coalition,OregonStatePo› lice andtheOregon Depart› ment ofFishandWildlife. Ateam fromtheCentral OregonOSPFish And Wildlife Divisionnominated Moore fortheaward. "Drew Moorehasproven himself andweconsider him avaluablepart ofour team," membersofthe divi› sion saidin anewsrelease. "He takesavested interest

By Scott Hammers The Bulletin

Deschutes County District Attorney John




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Albert Thomas Reisert, 54, in the trailer where Reisert

lived. Hummel said Drake, Reisert and a third man,

Nwort ve




44-year-old Mark Fisher, were involved in a series of


confrontations that after› Students line up to get on n school bus during an event to help incoming kindergartners nnd first-time riders learn about school buses

noon over Reisert’s alleged improper disposal of waste›

Friday afternoon. More sessions are scheduled for Saturday at11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 4p.m.

water from his trailer.

Joe Kline / The Bulletin

Reisert eventually

an esa sc oo uss 0 s

Mote briefing, B3

The city of Bendwill close NWRiverside Boulevard tonight from 4:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.for the Shakespeare inthe Park event in DrakePark.

been self-defense. On Tuesday afternoon, died after being stabbed by

— Bulletin staff report

Riverside Boulevard closed

in the week appears to have 46-year-old James Drake

in the effort the teammake

in investigatingwildlife cases and works diligently to achievepositive cases resolutions, supporting our efforts."

Hummel said Friday a fatal stabbing in La Pine earlier

attempted to leave to go inside his trailer, Hummel

sard. "It was getting pretty hot, so he left," he said. "He

wanted to detach himself By Abby Spegmnn The Bulletin

Ahead of the first day of class, Bend-La Pine Schools officials are urging parents to double-check their children’ s bus stops because many have changed. "Look it up, look it up, look it up," was the advice from

Findyourroute To find yourbusroute andstop for the 2015-16school year goto bend.k12.or.usandclick on "Bus Routes" onthe left side of the screen.

to the district’s bus routes, but Blake estimates that at


the district will open two

wise, you could end up "at the

up to 85 percent of bus stops in Bend, something has changed this year: either they are in a different location,

wrong bus stop, where there is

buses will arrive at a different

Denice Blake, the district’s transportation director. Other›

no bus stop, any of the above." time, or routes that service Every year there are tweaks the stop will go to a different

That’s because this year

schools Pacific Crest Mid› dle and Silver Rail Elemen› tary and add bus service at a third, Rimrock Expedi› tionary Alternative Learning

Middle School, which had

been a charter school but is now part of the district.

from the situation." Drake and Fisher al›

Also this year, the district

legedly followed Reisert,

redrew boundary lines that

with Drake backing Reisert

determine which neighbor› hoods send students to which schools in order to assign students to the new schools and relieve overcrowding

down the hallway of Rei› sert’s trailer and into his

elsewhere. The district has more than

on top of him punching

50 bus routes, some of which

bedroom. Reisert ended

up on his back on his bed, Hummel said, with Drake him.

Reisert had a knife on his

stop at multiple schools. Stops

nightstand, Hummel said,

in La Pine and Sunriver saw fewer changes. SeeBus stops/B5

which he used to stab Drake. SeeStabbing /B5

~ Road closed Greg Cross /The Bulletin

Correction In a story headlined "Construction firm sues ex-officer manager, wife," which appeared Friday, Aug. 21, onPage B2, the date thesuit by Jack Robinson 8 Sons was filed was reported incorrectly and the de› scription in the headline of a person being sued was incorrect. The suit against the ex-office manager was filed July 20.

The Bulletin regrets the errors.

Court rules in favor of homecare minimumwages, overtime By Mnc McLean

"It’s a delicate balance," said

The Bulletin

Todd Sensenbach, co-owner

Hiring a home caregiver to look after an elderly or disabled loved one might get a lot more expensive.

of Bend’s Home Instead Senior Care franchise, which is one of the region’s biggest private home care providers. Sensen› bach said he agrees with the

Or, it might not. Reversing an earlier court’s

decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled Friday the U.S. Department of Labor has the authority to make private home care providers and state

agencies pay their employees minimum wage and overtime benefits.

court's decision because his

employees deserve better pay, but "unfortunately, (this deci› sion) means the cost of home careservicesisgoingtogoup." The Fair Labor Standards

Act’s companionship services exemption has allowed com› panies that provide home caregivers to avoid paying

their employees minimum than $6 or $7 per hour. These wage and overtime for the past pay rates have been blamed 30 years. for a high turnover rate in the Sensenbach and owners industry, which worries many of other private home care experts because the country’ s companies say this policy has 76.4million babyboomers are helped keep their costs rela› getting older and that will only tively low and that has made increase the demand for in› it possible for millions of older home care services. and disabled Americans who

need help to continue living at home. It has also created a situation

in which some of the country’ s 20 million caregivers, particu› larly those who work 24-hour

shifts, end up earning less

The Labor Department

sought to address this problem when it announced it planned

to do away with the compan› ionship services exemption on Jan. 1, 2015.

Sensenbach said he would have to increase his clients’

rates by 10 percent to 20per› centto absorbthe costofthis new rule. The Oregon Home Care Commission, a state agencythatprovidescaregivers to 24,000 elderly and dis›

abled Medicaid beneficiaries, asked for and received an addi› tional $35 million in this year’ s budget to soften the blow. In December, a federal judge issued two rulings that deter› mined the Labor Department

needed congressional approval to change Fair Labor Stan› dards Act.

SeeHome care/B5


The state's top-priority fire, the Canyon Creek

Complex outside CanyonCity, burns Wednesday afternoon.

LEFT: Smoke fills the sky as a hillside burns. MIDDLE: Signs thanking firefighters hang on the fence outside the Grant County Fairgrounds. RIGHT: A hillside burns outside of Canyon City.

Photos by Joe Kline• The Bulletin

outh of John Day, the Canyon Creek a

Complex Fire burns on. As the state’ s top-priority wildfire, the flames have destroyed36 homes, damaged 50 structures and burned morethan 61,000 acres,almost 100 square miles, south of Canyon City in Grant County. Approximately 700 structures are threatened, said Damon Simmons, spokesman for the Oregon State Fire Marshal team helping manage the fire. Basic necessities such as food, water, toiletries and clothes are stocked at a donation center at the fairgrounds for evacuees. g LEFT: Firefighters nap outside tents at the fire campset up at the fairgrounds in John Day.

Dale Rininger, of

John Day, volunteers stocking shelves with donated items for victims of the Can-

yon Creek Complex Fire. Evacuees and people who have lost their homes to the fire picked

up basic supplies at the fairground

donation center.

U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, right, speaks at a briefing on

the fire Wednesday afternoon in JohnDay. As ofWednesday, the fire had burned over 48,000 acres. As of Friday evening, the fire had destroyed 36 homes and burned over 61,000 acres.






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By Jonathan J. Cooper The Associated Press

PORTLAND F i refight› ers raced Friday to protect

homes in a remote section of northeastern Oregon from a rapidly expanding wildfire that quadrupled in size in 24 hours as it destroyed three houses and a

d o zen other

structures. Gov. Kate Brown used her authority l ate T h ursday to

Crewsdattle windsonCountyLine2 Fire Crews working the County Line 2 Fire on the WarmSprings Indian Reservation battled high winds Friday asthey worked to contain the blaze. As of 8:50 p.m. Friday, the fire had grown to 64,950 acres, an increase of 500 acres from Thursday night, and was 58percent contained. About 610 personnel havebeen assigned to the fire, according to Inciweb.corn Winds gusts up to 35 miles per hour Friday madeholding con› tainment lines difficult, said Mary Bell Lunsford, a spokeswoman for the interagency firefighting team managing the fire. The National Weather Service forecast temperatures in the mid-90s Sunday. The fire destroyed a homeWednesday night, bringing the total number of homes burned to five. Thecause of the fire, which be› gan Aug. 12, remains under investigation.

deploy firefighters from the Willamette Valley to protect property along the border with Washington. The unincorporated com› munity of Troy has been evacuated along with homes on both sides of the state line, "It hit the fine fuels of the fire officials said. The blazethreatened more grass areas and just took off," than 100 homes and a school, said Erik Pronold, a spokes› the state fire marshal’s office man for fire crews. sard. Fireofficials were focused B etween T h u rsday a n d on protecting homes and Friday mornings, the fire ex› didn’t plan a full-scale assault ploded from 19 square miles on the blaze. to 75, fueled by strong winds Winds carriedembers and and extremely dry terrain. started spot fires as far as


— Bulletin staff report

POrtland hOmeleSSSpending —Portland will spend more


Meanwhile, some of the 900 people who had been b attling a n other

fire t h at

destroyed 36homes east of P ortland were

d i verted t o

fight a new fire that began further east near Prairie City. H omeowners were p u t on evacuation alert a head

of hotter weather expected over the weekend. The blaze had burned about 200 acres.

Klamath ruling —An appeals court has upheld a ruling that the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation does not need apollution permit to trans› fer water back into the Klamath River after it has flowed through an irrigation project on theOregon-California border. The9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in SanFrancisco ruled Friday in favor of the bureau in a lawsuit brought by theOregonenvironmental group ONRCAc› tion. The appeals court found that the Klamath Straights Drain that the bureau uses to movewater from Lower Klamath Lake back to the Klamath River wasnot distinct from the river. — From wire reports


Temperatures dr o pped Thursday and Friday but fire crews were hampered by winds with gusts as high as 35 mph. Officials s t arted

ENm a

than $900,000 this year in aneffort to tackle homelessness. Mayor Charlie Hales announcedThursday that the city plans to get at least 50 people off the streets this year by cooperating with Cascadia Be› havioral Health, the UrbanLeague of Portland and theNative Amer› ican Rehabilitation Association. Thesocial service providers, with the help of police, will focus on themost vulnerable of the homeless population, with an emphasis onAfrican-Americans andthose suffer› ing from mental illness. Thecity also plans to add anew hotline and storage lockers for homeless people.

Its cause remained under

r e port›

ing some containment of the a quarter-mile ahead of the blaze that began Aug. 12 near primary fire, making it near› John Day and has scorched ly impossible for firefighters almost 100 s q uare m i l es, to build an effective contain› much of it in Malheur Nation› ment line, Pronold said. al Forest. The lightning-caused fire The blaze was about 13 began a week ago just north percent contained, at least of the Oregon-Washington 700 s t r u ctures r e m a ined border in Umatilla National threatened, and evacuation Forest. orders continued.

LOCAL BRIEFING Continued from Bt

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doorsopenat5p.m.;$39plusfees; Les Schwab Amphitheater, 322 SW Shevlin Hixon Drive, Bend; www. bendconcerts.corn or 541-312-8510. "THE COMEDY OFERRORS": The play about identical twins separated at birth, as part of the Shakespeare in the Park series; 7 p.m.; $22-$75; Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic 8 Recreation Center, 57250 Overlook Road, Sunriver; www.layitoutevents. corn or 541-323-0964. MISS LANAREBELANDKEVIN MAYFIELD:The country-folk and Americana duo performs; 7 p.m.; Broken Top Bottle Shop,1740 NW Pence Lane, Suite 1, Bend; www. btbsbend.corn or 541-728-0703. MONZIELEO 5 THE BIG SKY: The band from Kansas performs, with Rob Lark and TheWayward Ones; 9 p.m.;$5;VolcanicTheatre Pub, 70 SWCentury Drive, Bend; www.volcanictheatrepub.corn or 541-323-1881.


based folk singer songwriter performs, all proceeds benefit the artist; 6:30 p.m., potluck begins at 5:30p.m.;$20suggested donation; House Concerts in the Glen, 1019 NW Stannium Road, Bend;www. houseconcertsintheglen.corn or 541-480-8830. "NAZ ANDMAALIK": A showing of the 2015 film about two young Muslim men balancing their mutual attraction with life in post-9/11 Brooklyn; 6:30 p.m.; $5; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www.volcanictheatrepub.corn or 541-323-1881. WATKINS FAMILY HOUR: Featuring Fiona Apple, SeanWatkins & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, Don Heffington, Sebastian Steinberg

and more; 8p.m.,doors openat 7 p.m.; $42-$53.50 plus fees; Tower Theatre, 835 NWWall St., Bend; 541-317-0700. GREAT PEACOCK: Thefolkband performs, with Rande Burke and The Sagebrush Rebel; 9 p.m.; $6 in advance plus fees, $8 at the door; The Annex, 51 NWGreenwood Ave., Bend; www.redlightpro.corn or 541-408-4329.

TUESDAY LIVING WITH FIRE: Join the Sunriver Fire Department at the Sunriver Library for a look at what it takes to be fire ready in Central Oregon; 1 p.m.; Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Lane, Sunriver; or 541-312-1034. REDMOND FARMERS MARKET: Featuring food, drinks and more; 3 p.m.; Centennial Park, corner of SW Seventh Street and Evergreen Avenue, Redmond;541-550-0066. MUNCH AND MOVIES: "CINDERELLA":Watch the 2015 live action version of the classic film, bring blankets and low

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



Theft —A theft was reported at10:42 a.m. Aug. 19, in the67100 block of Harrington Loop Road. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief and theft were Theft —A theft was reported at11:40 reported and anarrest was madeat a.m. Aug. 19, in the4800 block of S. 10:36 a.m. Aug.19, in the100 block of U.S. Highway97. NW Riverside Boulevard. Theft —A theft was reported at12:13 p.m. Aug. 19, in the69100 block of Unlawful entry Avehicle was Goodrich Road. reported entered at 6:24 p.m.Aug. 19, in the area of NESixth Street and NE Theft —A theft was reported at 2:13 Marshall Avenue. p.m. Aug. 19, in the62600 block of Erickson Road. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 7:53 Theft —A theft was reported at 3:07 p.m. Aug. 19, in the1400 block of NW p.m. Aug. 19, in the 53800 block of Fresno Avenue. Otter Drive. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:08 p.m. Aug. 19, in thearea of NW CIVIL SUITS Merchant Wayand NWSummit Drive. DUII —Patrick Barry Quinn, 45, was Filed July 13 arrested on suspicion of driving under 15CV18141 —Meghan M. Hermanv. the influence of intoxicants at 9:37 p.m. Aug. 19, in thearea of NWSonora David Finger, complaint, $132,719.77,

plus interest costs and fees 15CV19068 —OcwenLoan Servicing LLC v. RebeccaMallon, aka Becky A. Mallon, JP MorganChaseBankN.A., Peter Alport, State of Oregonand United States of America, complaint, $328,754.84, plus interestcosts and fees Filed July 15 15CV18469 —TheBank of NewYork Mellon v. Brett Whitman, Elizabeth A. Whitman, CachLLC,Dell Financial, complaint, $302,498.04, plus interest costs and fees Filed July 16 15CV18684 —Bryant Emerson LLP v. Nicole (Nikki) M. Baldwin, akaNicole (Nikki) King, complaint, $53,096.59, plus interest costs and fees 15CV19302 —Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v.Keith Killam, complaint, $17,528.10, plus interest costs and fees 1SCV19326 —Deines Farms LLC v. Castle RockTruck andEquipment Sales,complaint, $10,000, plus interest costs and fees 15CV19550 —Maria Diaz v. Floriberto C. Diaz, akaSantos Diaz› Chaves, Liopoldo DiazCastillo, complaint, $58,333, plus interest costs and fees

chairs; 6 p.m.; Compass Park, 2500 NW Crossing Drive, Bend; www.northwestcrossing.corn or 541-382-1662. TWILIGHT CINEMA:"THE SANDLOT":An outdoor screening of the 1993 classic; 6 p.m.; Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic 8 Recreation Center, 57250 Overlook Road, Sunriver; 541-585-3333. "CENTRALOREGON PLACE NAMES: DESCHUTES COUNTY": Learn about

howsomelocalplaceswerenamed, with author and historian SteveLent; 7 p.m., doors open at5:30 p.m.; McMenamins OldSt. Francis School, 700 NW BondSt., Bend; www. mcmenamins. cornor541-382-5174.

WEDNESDAY BEND FARMERSMARKET: Featuring food, drinks and more; 3 p.m.; Brooks Alley, NW Brooks St., Bend; www.bendfarmersmarket. corn or 541-408-4998. PICKIN' 5 PADDLIN':Featuring music by the Rainbow Girls, with Tone Red and the Sweet Harlots; 4 p.m.; Tumalo Creek Kayak 8 Canoe, 805 SW Industrial Way, Suite 6,

Bend; www.tumalocreek.cornor 541-317-9407. MUSIC INTHE CANYON-THE STUNT POETS:Featuring The Cutmen; 5:30 p.m.; American LegionPark,850 SW RimrockWay, Redmond; www.musicinthecanyon. org or 541-504-6878. HEART &SOULCONCERTSERIES: DOWNHILLRYDER: Rockand blues, all ages welcome; 7 p.m.; Worthy Brewing Company, 495 NE Bellevue Drive, Bend; 541-639-4776. THE BALLROOMTHIEVES: The folk› rock band from Boston performs; 7 p.m.; free; McMenamins Old St. Francis School,700 NW Bond St., Bend; www.mcmenamins.corn or 541-382-5174.

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Ongoinglistings must be updated monthly. Questions: communitylife@bendbulletin.corn, 541-383-0351.

FESTIVAL:Featuring the third stop of the Oregon Enduro Series, biking, music, beer and more; free for

Drive and NW Sixth Street. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 10:29 p.m. Aug. 19, in thearea of Highlead Roadand DonkeySled Road.

counties. A total of 52 citations were issued, for offensesincluding boating underthe influenceof intoxicants, unsafeoperation, lack of nighttime navigation lighting, riding on bows,decks orgun› wales, failure to haveawater-skier down flag andlack of an aquatic invasive speciespermit. To readOregon boating reg› ulations, visit OSMB/BoatLaws/Pages/Regula› tions.aspx.

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RV Resort, 67667 U.S.Highway 20, Bend; www.centraloregonshows.corn or 541-420-0279. OFF-SITEFIELD TRIP:CASCADE spectators, race entry fees vary; $15 TWILIGHT CINEMA:"FINDING CARNIVORES: The Sierra-Nevada for pint mug and eight tokens; $15/ NEMO":An outdoor screening of the fox is a raresubspecies of redfox night for camping; 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; 2003 classic; 6:30 p.m.; The Village that lives in the Cascade Mountains, Mt. Bachelor, 13000 Century Drive, at Sunriver, 57100 Beaver Drive, learn about the U.S. Forest Service Bend; www.mtbachelor.corn or Sunriver; 541-585-3333. and Museum’s collaborative search 541-693-0996. effort; 8 a.m.; High Desert Museum, AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Jack CENTRAL OREGONHOP FARM 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; Nisbet will discuss his book "Ancient TOUR:A tour of five Central Oregon’s Places: Peopleand Landscape in the hop farms, maps available online and Emerging Northwest"; 6:30 p.m.; or 541-382-4754. at the pub location; 10 a.m.; Worthy $5;PaulinaSprings Books,422SW POKERRUN "TUFF BUTTS Garden Club, 495 NEBellevue Drive, Sixth St., Redmond; 541-526-1491. CLASSIC":Ride the Cascades, Bend; www.worthygardenclub.corn "COMEDY OFERRORS": Theplay over MacKenzie Pass and back to or 541-647-6970 ext 220. Redmond for a party; high hand about identical twins separated at LET'S TALKABOUT: GOSET wins $500; to benefit local Veterans birth, as part of the Shakespeare in in need; 8 a.m.; $15 per poker hand, A WATCHMAN:Discuss the the Park series; 7 p.m.; $22, $75 for controversial follow-up to Harper $25 for three hands; VFWPost VIP; Drake Park, 777 NWRiverside Lee’s classic "To Kill Mockingbird"; Blvd., Bend; www.layitoutevents. 4108,1836SWVeterans Way, 10:30 a.m.; Redmond Public Library, corn or 541-323-0964. Redmond; www.ovma-hde.corn or 827 SW Deschutes Ave., Redmond; 541-350-3802. MACHINE:The rock’n’ roll band 541-617-7089. MADRASSATURDAYMARKET: from Portland performs, with PASSPORT TONATURE: Meet Featuring food, drinks, live music Patrimony and TheChinups; 9 a great horned owl, a golden and more; 9 a.m.; Sahalee Park, p.m.; $5; Volcanic Theatre Pub, eagle, view the sun through 241 SE Seventh St., Madras; 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; solar telescopes and more; 11 541-546-6778. www.volcanictheatrepub.corn or a.m.; Sunriver Nature Center & 541-323-1881. SISTERSWILD WEST SHOW: Observatory, 57245 River Road, Featuring arts, crafts, antiques, food, Sunriver; 541-593-4442. SUNDAY six Western skits with a Western "PETER PAN":Featuring an front town and demonstrations and adaptation of the Disney story, with BEATBEETHOVEN5K:Afun more; 10 a.m.; Bend/Sisters Garden flying cast members, a full orchestra 5K race, try to finish before RV Resort, 67667 U.S. Highway 20, and more; 3and7:30p.m.; $25, $20 Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony Bend; www.centraloregonshows. for children and seniors; Summit finishes, 33 minutes, to benefit corn or 541-420-0279. High Theater, 2855 NWClearwater the Central Oregon Symphony, CENTRALOREGONSATURDAY Drive, Bend; www.tmpbend.corn or KPOV will broadcast Beethoven MARKET:Featuring crafts, music, 818-419-7089. Symphony No. 5 during the race; food andmore; 10a.m.; across ASSISTANCELEAGUEOFBEND 9a.m.; $12-$30;COCCcampus from the Downtown Bend Public FUNDRAISER:Featuring live music track,2600 NW CollegeWay ,Bend; Library, 601 NWWall St., Bend; by Honey Don’ t, dancing, a new www.beatbeethoven5k.corn or 541-420-9015. School Bell Pale Ale and more, to 541-317-3941. NWX SATURDAYFARMERS benefit programs for the Assistance THE VOLCANICBIKE 5 BREW MARKET:Featuring local organic League of Bend; 5:30 p.m.; Silver FESTIVAL:Featuring the third stop artisans in produce, meats, baked Moon Brewing, 24 NW Greenwood of the Oregon Enduro Series, biking, goods, skincare and more; 10 Ave., Bend; 541-388-8331. music, beer and more; free for a.m.; NorthWest Crossing, NW SISTERSWILD WEST DINNER spectators, raceentry feesvary; $15 Crossing Drive, Bend; www. SHOW:Featuring a Wild West dinner for pint mug and eight tokens; $15/ nwxfarmersmarket.corn/ or show, with live entertainment; 6:30 night for camping; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 541-350-4217. p.m.; $38, $18 for ages 6 to12,free for Mt. Bachelor, 13000 Century Drive, THE VOLCANICBIKE 8(BREW 5 and younger; Bend/Sisters Garden Bend; www.mtbachelor.corn or



T he Filed July 17 15CV18944 —Reverse Mortgage Solutions of Rosella L. Holmes, Bradley C.Holmes, anheir, Steven H. Holmes, anheir, complaint, $145,474.55, plus interestcosts and fees Filed July 20 15CV19076 —Jack Robinson & Sons Inc. and 4-REquipment LLCv.William J. Walton III, Juli A. Walton, The Cravings Place LLC,Jewell C. Phipps, the Jewell C. PhippsTrust UTA, and Rebecca L.Walton, complaint, $650,000, plus interest costs andfees Filed July 21 15CV19425 —Cathy J. Harper v. Ronald S. Perkins, complaint, $425,000, plus interestcosts and fees 15CV19426 —Naysan E Khorvash v. Kyle Bo Mader,complaint, $125,000, plus interestcosts and fees 15CV19429 —Katie M. Calvin v. U.S. Bancorp, complaint, $170,000, plus interest costs andfees Filed July 22 15CV19422 —PaulMaysand Susan Mays v.JPHEnterprise LLC, complaint, $29,500, plus interestcosts and fees 15CV19431 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A.v. Eric N. McMuldren, Laurie L.

McMuldren andthe State of Oregon, complaint, $71,703.04, plus interest costs and fees Filed July 23 15CV19536 —Deutsche Bank National Trust Company v.Tama Goodew, ToddGoodew,Greenpoint Mortgage Funding Inc., Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., andUmpqua Bank,complaint, $173,01761, plus interestcosts and fees 15CV19538 —American Express Centurion Bank v.Samuel D.Brooks, complaint, $11,025.67, plus interest costs and fees Filed July 24 15CV19707 —MainStreet Acquisition Corp.v. James V. Scott and SaraScott, complaint, $17,333.94, plus interest costs and fees 15CV19731 —CachLLCv. Randall A. Barnes, complaint, $24,813.68, plus interest costs andfees 15CV19767 —GreenTree Servicing LLC v. MichaelL.Kautz,TheresaM . Kautz, Anthony V.Albertazzi PC, State of Oregon, complaint, $278,181.07, plus interest costs andfees 15CV20087 —Steve Spainv. Heather K. Morris, $17,345, plus interestcosts and fees


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he results are in, and they should surprise no one. The results of Truth in Site’s online "survey" of Cen› tral Oregonians were made public Thursday. As ex› pected, a majority of those responding said the Oregon State University-Cascades Campus should be located somewhere other than where it will be. Truth in S ite acknowledges, Statistically valid surveys can both in an email announcing the help civic leaders make decisions results and on its website, that the about asking voters to support survey is not what it calls "a predic› bond measures, though they can› tor of public opinion." Rather, the not assure that those who said group said, it is "a measure of pub› such measures were a good idea in March will actually vote for them lic opinion," akin to an election. in November. They can gauge pub› W hile the group deserves praise lic opinion about school names or for the former statement, it misses roundabout art. And that’s all good. the boat badly on the latter. But it’s up to elected or other We say that because, in fact, it is officials to make the actual deci› no true measure of public opinion sions about each of those things. In either. Without statistical validity, it the case of OSU-Cascades, it was is simply a measure of the opinions up to those officials to follow both of those who bothered to take the local and state law regarding the survey.That's a problem for any- OSU-Cascades site. School board one orany agency that uses them. members are ultimately responsi› Then they are typically given more ble for the names of schools and so weight than they are worth. on. Moreover, an online survey is As you might expect, most of nothing at all like an election. Sur› those responding to the survey veys donot determine outcomes, as live in west Bend, north and south. an election does. That should also surprise no one.

Helping the victims of Oregon's wildfires T he Canyon Creek Complex eral poverty level. McLane asked

Fire near John Day is the most destructive fire in Or› egon indecades. It has destroyed many homes and outbuildings. In Central Oregon, the County Line 2 Fire near Warm Springs is not nearly as destructive. Still, it has burned at least five homes. What can bedone to help those families? They have many losses great and small. Homeowners insurance helps. Most such insurance covers wild› fire damage, though there’s lots of variability in how much damage an individual policy will cover. The state also has a program set up by the Legislature this year, thanks to the efforts of state Rep. Mike McLane, R-Powell Butte. It offers up to $5,000 per household to families that lose their primary resi› dence through wildfire. That’s not going to rebuild any› one’s home. And the program does come with conditions. It’s for low-in› come families with household in› comes 25 percentbelow the fed-

for more money forthe program, but the Legislature allocated only $50,000. The Legislature’s emer› gencyboard,which meets when the Legislature is not in session, may add more money to the program or tweak its conditions.

Insurance and the state’s help won’t be enough for many families. There’s hotel expenses, clothing needs. The Blue Mountain Eagle reportsa need forpetfood and hay. There’s no single organization trying to meet the needs and col› lect donations. The American Red Cross is active in helping victims of both fires. For the Canyon Creek Complex, there’s a growing list of other organizationsand groups. A good source is to go to the Blue Mountain Eagle website, www. bluemountaineagle.corn, and click on its artides about how to help. Disasters inspire a desire to help. They also inspire scammers. Be careful of where you send any donations.

T ere is reason to worr a out U - a sca es site By Bill Bodden IN MY VIEW t is ironic that establishment of a four-year university in Bend has One reasonable objection focused provoked so much controversy de› on hostile takeovers of neighbor› spite people on opposing sides being hoods for inclusion in the ever-ex› in favor of its long-awaited creation. panding urban growth boundary. The problem, ofcourse,comes from For many,this would mean, among the siting and not the concept. other problems, an increase in prop› Op-eds in The Bulletin have per› erty taxes without commensurate re› suaded me that opponents have made ciprocal benefits. the more persuasive case. Similarly, There was and remains the egre› I' ve concluded defenders' arguments gious problem of system develop› are, for the most part, specious and/ ment charges. New developments or lacking in substance: "It’s a done create needs for expensive related deal, get over it" or "we should follow infrastructures sewers, water, the leaders because they know what streets, schools and expansion of law they are doing," etc. enforcement and firefighting depart› Let’s consider a point made by two ments. SDCs only pay for a small former mayors of Bend and endorsed fraction of their costs. The difference by others:People were against is charged to all residents. In extreme growth in the past, but growth has cases, this means that when some of proved to be good for Bend. The im› the city’s wealthiest residents create plication is that we should continue costs, part of the bill goes to people to accept the established course. Fair in the lower economic strata. That’ s enough, up to a point, but it is not that fair? simple. Talking o f i n f r astructure, we Development has brought many might note a recent Bulletin editori› visually pleasing features along the al discussing Bend’s need to spend Deschutes River and in several resi› some $80 million for city roads con› dential neighborhoods, but they also struction. And that is to only a B-mi› have something in common with a nus rating. The editorial also indi› Potemkin village, obscuring aspects cates as the chickens come home to thathave caused some peopletorefer roost, there’s only petty cash in the to Bend as "poverty with a view." (See cookie jar. Despite this city-created the article, "I%iced out of Paradise: debacle, pro-west-siders would have Bend’s housing market too expensive us blindly accept the city’s "leader› for young labor force," from July 25) ship" on siting of OSU-Cascades. Some opponents may have been West side supporters include in› resistant to change, but others were dividuals who supported these de› not against growth, just the way it fective growth policies. They were was mismanaged. To the contrary, wrong then and they are wrong now. If pro-west-siders search the Cor› many wanted sufficient growth to support a university and expanded vallis Gazette-Times for OSU stu› medical services. dent issues (parking, parties, hous›


lf pro-west-siders search the Corvallis GazetteTimes for OSU student

issues (parking, parties, housing, crime, etc.) they might become less enthused for a college campus in a residential area. ing, crime, etc.) they might become lessenthused for a college campus in a residential area. OSU will like› ly cause similar problems on Bend’s west side but (as an official non› profit) will not be paying taxes as compensation.

This is a quote from a report on a Corvallis City Council meeting from Feb. 18, 2014, relating to existing

problems: "OSU is not a collabora› tor; they are a special interest," said Corvallis City Councilor Bruce Sorte, who noted that "several recent con›

struction projects at OSU have dis› placed parking lots." Here is another from a meeting on parking: "Some residents said they would be willing pay up to $100 for an annual permit if it guaranteed that they could park in front of their own home."

Readers who would like to partic› ipate in this debate would do well to express their opinions by phone calls or emails to their elected representa› tives at state, county and city levels. Consider it an exercise in citizenship

and an act of civic responsibility. — Bill Bodden lives in Redmond.

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Key oar comp acency: a esson a out spying By The ChicagoTrIbune editorial board he culprit is American com›

placency, the tendency to assume that the Russians are technically inferior to us and that

we can handle them," said Former Defense Secretary James Schlesinger in 1988. History is instructive, even events

from prehistoric days, meaning the era before the Internet and email.

We’ re referring to the 1980s, when the United States lackadaisically per› mitted Soviet workers to construct a

new U.S. embassy in Moscow. Over time, the State D epartment and White House caught on to fact that

he intoned: "We have failed to antici›

American interests, against Ameri›

pate the boldness, thoroughness and can government," he said. Kerry’s right, but his offhand ac› extent of the penetration." Another excerpt: "We must con› knowledgment bugs us sorry be› stantly train and equip our people cause it adds to growing evidence that and upgrade our technology to meet the U.S. mindset is one of engaging in these ever-growing and ever-chang› a technological war it’s not sure it can ing challenges. Eternal vigilance is win. That when it comes to sophisti› the price for continuing security." cated means of espionage, Schlesing› Hmm, maybe some folks in Wash› er was right when he warned: They’ re ington need to dust off that report. It cleverand we'recomplacent. stands up well, especially if you re› C onsider what w e’ ve al l r e ad place the verb "bug" with "hack." recently: We’ re thinking this after hear› • The U.S. acknowledged in July ing Secretary of State John Kerry that hackers broke into the Office acknowledge in an interview with of Personnel Management, gaining CBS News that he assumes foreign access to information on 22 million governments specifically the Chi› people. Officials say it’s the work of nese and Russians are reading his Chinese government cyberspies, who emails. So he writes them with that in got names, Social Security numbers,

their Cold War foes at the KGB had hatched an ingenious plot to embed electronic bugging equipment in con› crete and elsewhere in the structure. mllld.

the identities of family members and

friends who gave references and was well aware that spying is a fact of more. Perhaps the biggest concern: so infested, it could never be cleared life in international relations. "Unfor› The Chinese will be able, through and used. The building was rebuilt tunately, we’ re living in a world where process of elimination, to figure out before ever being occupied. a number of countries, China and which American officials stationed in Schlesinger, brought in to consult Russia included, have consistently China work for the CIA. • Unidentified Russian hackers on the mess, wrote a report in which been engaged in cyberattacks against At great cost and humiliation, the U.S. admitted that the new place was

Kerry told CBS’ Scott Pelley that he

broke into an unclassified email sys› ing whether the U.S. is vulnerable be› tem used by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, cause on a strategic basis the Penta› NBC News reported this month, say› gon and intelligence community still ing it was "clearly the work of a state think too much about fighting con› actor." The email network was down for two weeks. There have been at

ventional wars and covert ops


America’s capacity and commitment

fine for the two presidents to discuss

to waging and defeating cyberwar› fare. We presume the U.S. is working hard to combat hacking while simul› taneously upping our own game at in› filtration, because that’s how it works. Maybe our spies are the pros and

this as heads of state. But we want the

not enough about unseen enemies sit› least two other recent reports of un› ting at distant keyboards. identified Russians breaking into Next month, when Chinese Pres› unclassified (but supposedly secure) ident Xi Jinping visits Washington, Pentagon and White House networks. we might expect to hear President Like all matters of national secu› Barack Obama bring up the subject of rity, most of what goes on isn’t dis› hacking and cyberwarfare. But that’ s cussed publicly, so we can’t assess not where the action should be. It’ s U.S. to focus first on deflecting


theirs are the amateurs. Maybe, that

feating the real and present danger of rapidly evolving cyberwarfare. If prevailing means the adminis› tration has to remodel some of our intel infrastructure and seek extra

is, we give better than we get.

resourcesto keep America's secrets

What worries us is, what if that’ s not true’? We don’t like the idea that

secure, so be it. That was the lesson a chastenedWashington learned from

these recent and evidently serious the embarrassment in Moscow those hack attacks expose a deeper flaw many years ago. than poor security on a few less sen› — This editorial originally appeared sitive networks. Nor do we enjoy ask› in The Chicago TIibune.



Fire deaths

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even got burned. I wish it was me. I’m an old man," his father

As conditions worsened,

emergency officials ordered evacuations in O kanogan,

Richard Zbyszewski said, sobbing. Zajac, 26, was the son of

with 2,500 residents, as well

DEATH NOTICES Richard "Dick" Dennis McCoy, of La Pine Feb. 2, 1952 - Aug. 19, 2015 Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine is honored to serve the family. 541-536-5104 www.bairdfh.corn Services: Private services will be held in Newport Beach, CA, at a later date. Contributions may be made to:

Surfrider Foundation:


She helped found media nonprofit By Daniel E. Slotnik New York Times News Service

Liz Perle, a writer and for›

mer publishing executive who co-founded Common Sense Media, a nonprofit organi› zation dedicated to helping families navigate the com› plex worlds of entertainment,

media and technology, died Thursday at her home in San Francisco. She was 59.


as Tonasket, a community of 1,000 people, and its sur› rounding area. Not everyone who was told to leave was willing to go. "I’ ve been up for like 40 hours, and I was very nervous, very concerned because (the fire) was going to take every› thing we have, us and the rest of our friends," said Al Dod›

a Methodist minister from Downers Grove, Illinois. He

was in his second year as a professional wildland fire› fighter for the Forest Service

and earned a master’s degree in biology last year from the University of South Dakota.

son, who stayed home despite

evacuation orders in Twisp, 40 miles west of Okanogan. Elaine Thompson 1 rhe Associated Press Nearly 29,000 firefighters Flames pour from a structure fully engulfed in a wildfire Friday afternoon in Tonasket, Washington. 3,000 of them in Wash› Out-of-control blazes in north-central Washington have destroyed buildings, but the situation is so ington are battling some chaotic that authorities have "no idea" how many homes may have been lost.

ture Secretary Tom Vilsack

said. It’s not enough. Addition› al personnel and equipment were being brought in from abroad, and Washington state officials have called for volun›

teers who own and can oper› ate equipment such as back› hoes and bulldozers.

In a d dition, resident Barack Obama signed an emergency declarat ion authorizing federal help for 11 Washington counties and four Native American tribes.

Some of the firefighters on

"We are saddened that a life with suchpromise has ended

so soon and we will miss him

100 large blazes across the

drought-and h e at-stricken West, including Idaho, Ore› gon, Montana and California. Thirteen people have died. There are more firefight› ers on the ground this season than ever before, and the U.S. government is spending more than $150 million a week on fire suppression, U.S. Agricul›

Zajac and his wife, Jenn, were married last year after hiking the 2,650-mile Pacific Coast Trail together in 2013, according to a statement from his family released by the For› est Service.

deeply," the statement said. "He fell in love with that gan-Wenatchee National For› est, said forest spokeswoman and decided he wanted to Carrie McCausland. They make it his career," Coleman belonged to specialized crews Campbell said. that immediately assess fire This was Wheeler and his like the work and eventually scenes and report back to wife Celeste’s second year become leaderson fire crews, commanders. living in Wenatchee after he said Joe Smillie, a spokesman The crews were in the can› graduated in 2013 from Grand for Washington’s Department yon in two vehicles and on Valley State University in of Natural Resources. foot when the flames raced to› Michigan. He was a seasonal "It’s a lot of people who love ward them. One vehicle made worker with hopes of becom› the place, who love protecting it out safely, but the other car› ing a permanent wildland it, and it’s a great way to spend rying the three firefighters firefighter for the U.S. Forest the summer," Smillie said. "It who were killed crashed. The Service. gets passed down almost as four firefighters who were in› He had been fighting fires a summer tradition in a lot of jured were among those who for a decade. His father, who families. Around the camps, fled on foot, Rogers said. died when Wheeler was 2, you see a lot of children and Wheeler, 31, the oldest of was a firefighter, too. grandchildren of some of our the three, started fighting Zbyszewski also followed older firefighters." fires to save money for college in his father’s footsteps. He The wages are often about and realized he could dedicate was the youngest of the three $12 to $18 an hour, and with his life to something that had who died, a 20-year-old phys› long days, the pay can add up, meaning, said the Rev. Joanne ics major at Whitman College he said. Coleman Campbell, his pas› with an acting bent. He was The three firefighters who tor at Wenatchee First United due to return to school next died were based in Okano› Methodist Church. week.

the ground are following a family tradition, emulating their parents or a favorite un› cle. Many are college students who need money,find they

The most badly hurt among the survivors Wednesday was Daniel Lyon, 25, a reserve

police officer in Milton, who suffered burns over 60 per› cent of his body and was in critical condition at a hospital in Seattle. Lyon’s m other, B a rbara

Lyon, said her son loves the camaraderie of firefighters and police officers. It was his first summer on the fire lines.

"He would call me every

day and always tell me not to

worry, things are fine," she said. "And I would say, ’Dan› iel, I pray for you every night, for all your safety, for you and the others.’" Volzreported from Helena, Montana. AP writers Nicholas K. Geranios in Spokane, Washington,and Gene Johnson in Seattle also contributed to this report.

The cause was breast can› cer, her husband, Steven Pressman, said.

Perle had worked in pub› lishing and written a memoir about women’s finances when

Bus stops

ed parents wait with students

on the first day to ensure they get on the right bus. Bus driv›

she and Jim Steyer, a law› yer and children’s advocate,

Continued from 61 Yet another factor: New

ers don’t have a list of who is

formed Common Sense Me›

housing and road develop› ments in the city can change who is eligible to ride the school bus. Under Oregon law, districts must provide transportation for all elemen› tary students living a mile or more from school and all mid› dle and high school students living a mile and a half or more from school. (Students livingdoser are considered near enough to walk or bike to school.) But new roads mean students who used to

supposed to be at which stop or get on which bus, so it is

dia in San Francisco in 2002. She became its editor-in-chief. Common Sense provides

reviews and curricula to help parents and teachers find ap›

propriate content and shows children how to engage with the digital world responsibly. Perle eventually got a job as an editor at large for Harp› er SanFrancisco, where she worked w it h a c tor S i dney

Poitier an d

p r i matologist

Jane Goodall,among other authors. Elizabeth Ann Perle was born in Manhattan on April

ride 2 miles to school may

up to students and parents to

make sure they get it right. But if a student is delivered to wrong school, Blake said, the driver will take them to the

right school for the first day. Students who ar e

e ligi›

ble to ride the school bus are assigned a route when they percent of students who are eligible to ride actually do. Av› erageridership isabout6,500 students out of about 17,000.

Bronx before entering Hamp› shire College. She later trans› ferred to Yale University and

database where parents can

studentwho is unfamiliar

received her bachelor’s degree

look up their assigned bus stop and route number, which is the digital number by the door (not be confused with the fleet number, which is printed on the side of the bus.) Students attending schools outside their neighborhood

with bus safety can attend.

was 8, when her mother, El›

len Kraus Perle, died of breast cancer. She then moved to Manhattan with her father, E.

Gabriel Perle. Perle graduated from Riv› erdale Country School in the

in 1977. Perle married

P r essman

in 2001. She is also survived by a son from her first mar›

riage, David Perle McKenna, and a stepdaughter, Roshann Pressman.

boundaries may have another

assigned stop. Blake suggest›

Creek Fire near Canyon› helped with firefighting. ville and help with mop-up, The National Guard sol› Continued from 61 or putting out any hot spots. diers who complete the train› The soldiers include 15 As of Friday, the 25,324-acre ing earn red cards,Gabliks from a unit based in Red› firewas 74 percent contained said, or wildland firefighter mond, 33 from tw o B end› and still had more than 1,000 certification. based units, and 20 from a firefighters on it, according to Lessons include how to cut unit based in Prineville, he InciWeb, the federal Incident fire lines, lay hoses and de› said. Once trained, the guard Information System. ploy an emergency fire shel› members will not be headed The last time the National ter, he said. During the train› to the front lines of wildfires. Guard assisted with firefight› ing, the soldiers are set to stay "Our soldiers are mainly ing in Oregon was in 2013, at dormitories at the center in going to be in a support role he said, when soldiers staffed Salem. at this point," Choy said. They checkpoints and provided se› — Reporter: 541-617-7812, will likely head to the Stouts curity. In 2002, soldiers also ddarling@bendbulletin.corn

enroll in school. About 40

now have a shortcut that cuts This week t h e d i s trict the trip in half, so they are no hosted incoming kindergart› longer eligible to ride the bus. ners and their parents to let "That’s happened with all students practice school bus the new subdivisions that safety. They learned how to we have that are popping up line up to wait for the bus, like wildflowers," Blake said, how to behave on the bus and though she did not have num› how to cross the street safely. bers on how many students Three more one-hour ses› were cut from eligibility be› sions will be held today at 11 cause of new roads. a.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at 501 The school district’s web› SE Second Ave. While geared site has a link to a bus routes toward kindergartners, any

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A final tip: Some parents ask to ride the bus with their

children on the first day of school, but that is not allowed.

"I can understand where they are coming from, but we can’t do that," Blake said. — Reporter: 541-61 7-7837, aspegman@bendbullet in.corn

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Continued from 61 The appeals court’s de› ask the appeals court to re› cision Fr iday

o v erturned hear their case and 90 days

both rulings and cleared the to appeal it to U.S. Supreme way for the department to Court. start enforcing its minimum Sensenbach said he was wage and overtime rule by frustrated by the possibil› mid-October. ity of another appeal and However, this exact time

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— Reporter: 541-617-7816, mmclean@bendbulletin.corn

against Fisher are the result of his involvement in the at›

tack on Reisert, although it Around this time, a fourth appears Drake was the pri› m an who ha d h eard t h e mary assailant. "They had a plan to mess commotion entered Reisert’s trailer and pulled Drake off with this guy, ’teach him a of Reisert. Drake left, and lesson’ kind of, for dumping died shortly thereafter. his water and being disre› Fisher was booked in to spectful," he said. the Deschutes County jail Hummel said he expects following the incident on to make a f i na l d etermi› suspicion of first-degree bur› nation within a week as to glary, third-degree assault w hether Reisert acted i n and conspiracy. He was still self-defense or should face in jail Friday afternoon, ac› charges. cording to the jail website, — Reporter: 541-383-0387, Hummel said the charges shammers@bendbulleti n.corn

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Yesterday Today Sunday

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City Hi/Lo/Prec. 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Flo ren e • Eugene 'Re d Brothers 81 52 Sunset 7:59 p.m. 7: 5 6 p.m. Pleasantly warm Valee 72/52 Burlington, YT 81/65/0.60 81/62/c 84/66/t Su iVere 82/46 Moonrise 2 :01 p.m. 2:59 p.m. 85/50 Caribou, ME 82/68/0.11 78/55/c 81/62/c inland. 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Rousey sets next fIght for Jan. 2 ALBUQUERQUE, s N.M. UFC women’

bantamweight champi› on Ronda Rouseyhas announced her next fight will be against the world’s former No. 1-rated female boxer. Rousey told ABC’s "Good Morning Amer› ica" on Friday that she will defend her title against former world champion boxer Holly Holm in LasVegason Jan. 2. Holm, a 33-year-old Albuquerque boxer turned mixed martial arts fighter, signed with the world’s largest mixed martial arts pro› motion last year after months of negotiations. Rousey called Holm the sport’s "most dec› orated striker" and said the fight will be her "big› gest challenge to date." Fans had hoped Holm’s signing anden› try into UFCwould lead to an eventual fight with Rousey, who needed only 34 seconds to beat her last opponent, Bethe Correia, earlier this month. Rousey has a12-0 record; Holm is 9-0.

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Sam Renner,

playing in the 12-13

age group, prepares to

uniorSwl'a u SeaSon

hit a tee shot

during a Central Oregon Junior Golf Association tournament earlier this

• Even with participation down COJGA hassuccess, thanks to its volunteers By Kevin Duke


It is no small task,

as up to 30 volunteers • A list For morethan 20 years, Central are required to handle o f final Oregon junior golfers from the ages what is normally 70 cha mps, C4 of 6 to 18 have had tournaments to to 80 young golfers at play in during the summer. each tournament. That is thanks to the efforts of According to tournament di› the Central Oregon Junior Golf rector Brian Wasserman, who Association (COJGA) and its volun› just completed his second season teers, who stage the events at cours› managing the events, a lot of work es throughout the area all summer. goes into getting the kids out on the The Bulletin

summer at Aspen Lakes

He took over in 2014 after long› time tournament director Woodie Thomas retired to Arizona.

in Sisters.

"I’ ve always been a big supporter of COJGA," said Wasserman, four of whoseown children have come up through the program. "It was

Courtesy of Kim Norby

left in a little bit of a lurch last year,

so I took it over. SeeJuniors/C4




sticking with tly sweep

— The Associated Press

By Kevin Hampton Corvallis Gazette-Times




Cena to grant 500th request World Wrestling Entertainment star John Cena is set to become the first celebrity to grant 500 wishes in Make-A› Wish Foundation history. Rocco Lanzer,an 8-year-old boy from Queens, New York, di› agnosed in January with leukemia, will havehis wish granted byCenaon Monday. Cena granted his first wish in 2004, about two years after his WWEde› but. As hesoaredtoward the top of the wrestling world, so did his popu› larity with Make-A-Wish children. Hegranted his 300th wish in 2012

and hit 400 in 2014.He was the first celebrity to reach those milestones. The 38-year-old Cena is following aWWEtra› dition of granting wish› es. The organization has granted morethan6,000 wishes to meetWWE superstars or attend its live shows. — The Associated Press

football team in one form

or another. The fly sweep had be› come one of the staples of

the Beavers’ offense under former coach Mike Riley. James Rodgers popu› larized it, but through the years several OSU receiv› ers have tried their hand at Jed Jacobsohn i The New York Times News Service file

Americans Ashton Eaton, left, and Trey Hardee with their U.S. flags after finishing the 1,500-meter portion of the men's decathlon at the

2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. Eatonwon the gold medal and Hardeewonthe silver. •

tempt to hit the corner and break into the open.

still be times when the

OSU receivers are used in the run game. "It’s pretty much the

same thing. It’s the same type of play," OSU receiver

• Ashton Eaton looks to extendhisworld winning streak, but TreyHardeehopesto spoil By Steven Ritchie For The Bulletin


Ashton Eaton has not

competed in a decathlon in more than two years, but he is still a strong favorite to repeat as decathlon champion at the 2015 IAAF World Championships next week in

sweltering Beijing. A victory in this com› petition would run Eaton’s world winning

streak to three, and it would set him up for another run at Olympic gold in 2016. Bend faces a challenge here, it will likely come from U.S. decathlon veteran Trey Hardee, who has won two world cham›

Quebec City,

taking a handoff in an at› Riley has moved on to Nebraska, but there will

If the 27-year-old multi-event star from



not, fly sweep fans. Your favorite play is going to stay with the Oregon State

2015 IAAF World Championships DECATHLONSCHEDULE (Note: Beijing is15 hours ahead ofPa› cific Time) Friday, Aug. 28 100 meters; long jump; shot put; high jump; 400 meters Saturday, Aug.29 110 hurdles; discus; pole vault; javelin; 1,500 meters

pionships of his own, or rising Canadian

bet to win. His world record, set at the 2012 Olympic Trials in Eugene, is 9,039 points. Hardee'scareerbestis8,790,and Warner’s dramatic improvement this year resultedin a score of8,626. Schrader is the only other athlete in the field who has

surpassed 8,600 points; he scored 8,670 in Moscow to finish 139 points behind Eaton.

Hardee turned 31 this year, and he has battled injuries since winning his last world title in Daegu, South Korea, in 2011, but he is still the most likely contender to

battle Eaton in Beijing. He scored 8,725 points in winning the U.S. Champion› ships in June, the second-best mark of his career. Eaton, as the reigning world

to Eaton at the 2013 world championships

champion, had a free pass to the world

in Moscow, is also in the field.

championships and did not compete in the decathlon in June.

Vegas advance

standout Damian Warner, who set a new national record last month while winning

Las Vegas and Quebec City havead› vanced to the third and potentially final stage to land NHLexpansion franchises. NHL Deputy Com› missioner Bill Daly con› firmed the development in an email to TheAsso› ciated Press on Friday. Daly referred to the third stage as "the last formal phase," but add› ed, "it does not neces› sarily constitute the end of the process." A person familiar with the process told

the Pan American Games decathlon. Ger› A look at the personal beets of the top man Michael Schrader, who was second contendere reveals why Eaton is a solid

See Eaton /C4

Victor Bolden said. "You’ re

trying to stretch the de› fense and get outside and

gain some yards." The idea is to get a fast, elusive player into the open field. The play can break big if blocked well. "That’s the whole point,

try to get a big gash on the defenseand catch them slipping," Bolden said. "So it definitely can be devas› tating because it keeps a defense honest."


Next up Weber State at Oregon State When:5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4 TV:Pac-12 Radio:KICE940-AM


Young swimming phenomtakes different training path at the pool By Paul Newberry The Associated Press



believes he has broken more age-group records than any swimmer in U.S. history,

Phelps, the most decorated

athlete in Olympic history. "But to each their own" Indeed, the Andrew clan

The AP that the third

will be the first to concede

stage involves the NHL reviewing the applicants’ business plans and revenue projections. The third stage is scheduled to end next month. Barring setbacks, it would then be up to the league to award expansion franchises, the person added.

that they are "kind of a weird

more than 80 in all. Now 16 and with the 2016

family." They don’t mind the label

Olympics less than a year away, he is firmly focused on

at all. For Michael Andrew 8t Co.,

making it to Rio. Don’t bet

against him, even if there are

and they always come as a package deal, with Michael joined by father Peter, his coach; mother Tina, his man› ager; and 14-year-old sister

conformity just isn’t their style. Andrew turned pro when he was 14. He is home›

plenty of questions about the

Michaela, who handles the

path he and his family have chosen. Swimming legend Michael Phelps is among those taken aback at some of Andrew’ s

cooking duties has never worried about fitting in.

choices. "That’s kind of crazy," said


— The Associated Press

Eric Gay i The Associated Press

Michael Andrew, 16, competes in the preliminary round of the men's 200-meter breaststroke at the U.S. swimming nationals in

San Antonio on Aug.10.

schooled and trains different›

ly from most of his competi› tors. With his parents by his side every step of the way, he

Michael trains in a two›

lane pool built in the fami› ly’s backyard in Lawrence, SeeSwimming/C4






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8 a.m. T e nnis 10 a.m. ESPN2 noon E S P N2


United SportsCar Championship, Virginia IndyCar, ABCSupply 500

10 a.m. FS1 11 a.m. NBCSN


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SPORTS IN BRIEF CYCLING DenniS PadS lead inCOIOradO —RohanDennis of BMCRac› ing Teampadded his overall lead in the USAPro Challenge on Friday, winning the individual time trial with a dominant ride through Breck› enridge, Colorado.Dennis,whowonStage4 onThursdaytoassume the race lead, covered the 8.5-mile circuit in 18 minutes, 11seconds. The Australian was 27seconds aheadof RobBritton and 31 seconds ahead of teammateBrent Bookwalter.

FOOTBALL BaylorSaySIt Will inVeStigate UkWUGChuCaSe


University will conduct an investigation into the handling of sexual assault allegations by the school against a football player whowas allowed to transfer from Boise State despite a history of disciplinary problems. Following the conviction of defensive endSamUkwuachu on sexual assault charges, Baylor President KenStarr called for a "comprehensive internal inquiry into the circumstances associated with the caseand theconduct of the offices involved."

BASEBALL GarCia homerS, PitCheS TeXaSPaSt OregOn


broke up aperfect game with a home run in the fourth inning then threw 1/s innings of hitless relief to lead Pearland, Texas, to a1-0 win over Portland in the Little LeagueWorld Series on Friday in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Garcia delivered the only hit for Texas and made it count, driving a 3-2 pitch over the left-center field wall. — From wire reports



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Friday’s Games

N.Y.Jets30,Atlanta 22 Kansas City14,Seatle 13


Baltimore at Philadelphia,4 p.m. Miami atCarolina, 4p.m. NewEnglandatNewOrleans,4;30p.m. Chicagoat Indianapolis, 4:30p.m. Jacksonville atN.Y.Giants, 4:30p.m. OaklandatMinnesota, 5p.m. Denverat Houston, 5p.m. San DiegoatArizona,7p.m.


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Can adian Pacific Open Friday AtVancouverGolf Club Coquitlam, British Columbia Purse: $2.226 million yardage: 6,681;Par:72

BoeingClassic Friday At TPC Snoqualmie Ridg Snopual mie Wash Purse: $2million Yardage:7,172; Par: 72(36 36) First Roundleaders LarryMize 34-33 67 CarlosFranco 34-35 69 Billy Andra de 36-33 69 FredCouples 36-33 69 Jeff Fre eman 36-33 69 ChienSoonLu 34-35 69 CoreyPavin 34-36 70 LeeJanzen 36-34 70 Woody Austin 33-37 70 Michael Allen 34-36 70 MikeGodes 35-36 71 BradBryant 36-35 71 GuyBoros 35-36 71 BobGilder 36-35 71 36-35 71 Stephen Ames 36-35 71 ScottHoch 35-36 71 MarcoDawson 36-35 71 CraigStadler 36-35 71 BernhardLanger 34-37 71 JohnCook 34-37 71 Lance TenBroeck 36-36 72 RodSpittle 39-33 72 JesperParnevik TomPurlzer 36-36 72 RogerChapman 38-34 72 PaulGo ydos 34-38 72 LorenRoberts 35-37 72 OlinBrowne 34-38 72 JeffSlum an 37-35 72 FranQuinn 38-34 72 KevinSutherland 39-34 73 GeneSauers 36-37 73 JoelEdwards 35-38 73 SteveLowery 37-36 73 RussCochran 37-36 73 MarkCalcavecchia 38-35 73 JayDonBlake 36-37 73 MarkO’Meara 38-35 73


Secon d Roundleaders CandieKung LydiaKo KarineIcher Xi YuLin Azahara Munoz StacyLewis HyoJooKim Suzann Pettersen Eun-Hee Ji Inbee Park CarlotaCiganda AlisonLee SeiYoungKim I.K. Kim JayeMarieGreen Therese Koelbaek Mo Martin Gerina Piler Ha Na Jang DanahBordner PernigaLindberg MinjeeLee MiHyangLee RyannO’Toole CristieKerr Lee-Ann ePace JennyShin JenniferSon g Shansha nFeng CharleyHull AnnaNordqvist AustinErnst AijyaJutanugarn Min Lee Angela Stanford Wei-LingHsu So Yeon Ryu LizetteSalas AlenaSharp MiJungHur MorganPressel JaneRah KatieBurnett SooBin Kim PK.Kongkraphan HaruNomura YaniTseng Sandra Gal SarahKemp JennySuh LexiThompson ChicArimura MariaHernandez MoriyaJutanugarn MariaMcBride Sydnee Michaels MikaMiyazato BrittanyLincicome LaetitiaBe ck KimKaufman Maude-A imeeLeblanc BeatrizRecari PaulaReto DewiClaireSchreefel JulietaGranada Ji Young Oh SunYoungYoo CarolineHedwag FelicityJohnson Christina Kim SakuraYokomine JessicaKorda llhee Lee AmyYang Brooke M.Henderson Sadena AParks Missed theCuf Juli Inkster MirimLee 0 Back MeenaLee Kris lamulis Tiffany Joh MinSeoKwak CatrionaMatthew Brittanylang KristyMcPherson KarrieWebb MinaHarigae DoriCarter KatherinK eirk JenniferRosales Ashleigh Simon Brooke Pancake JanePark Ju Young Park Louise Stahle MariajoUribe AmyAnderson Kendag Dye KristenPark Pornanong Phatlum PazEcheverria NatalieGulbis Laura Davies JodiEw arl Shadoff Stacey Keating SueKim MarinaAlex BrittanyHenderson BeckyMorgan Ayako Uehara Augusta James a-Maddie Szeryk MalloryBlackwelder Michege Wie VictoriaElizabeth Stephanie LMeadow AlisonWalshe HeeYoungPark SiminFeng ChellaChoi JessicaW allace JeeYoungLee Kelly W Shon KarlinBeck Joanna Klatten JackiS etoelting Ai Miyaza to Sarah JaneSmith JacquiConcolino a-MarielGa ldiano JenniferKirby JingYan

69-64 133 67-68 135 65-70 135 70-66 136 71-67 138 68-70 138 71-68 139 72-68 140 71-6WI40 71-69 140 70-70 140 70-70 140 69-71 140 68-72 140 73-68 141 73-68 141 73-68 141 71-70 141 69-72 141 68-73 141 68-73 141 74-68 142 72-70 142 72-70 142 71-71 142 71-71 142 71-71 142 71-71 142 70-72 142 69-73 142 69-73 142 75-68 143 75-68 143 72-71 143 72-71 143 71-72 143 71-72 143 71-72 143 71-72 143 70-73 143 74-70 144 74-70 144 73-71 144 73-71 144 73-71 144 73-71 144 73-71 144 72-72 144 72-72 144 72-72 144 72-72 144 71-73 144 71-73 144 71-73 144 71-73 144 71-73 144 71-73 144 75-70 145 74-71 145 74-71 145 74-71 145 74-71 145 74-71 145 74-71 145 73-72 145 73-72 145 73-72 145 72-73 145 72-73 145 72-73 145 72-73 145 71-74 145 71-74 145 71-74 145 70-75 145 70-75 145 74-72 146 74-72 146 73-73 146 73-73 146 73-73 146 72-74 146 72-74 146 72-74 146 71-75 146 71-75 146 70-76 146 76-71 147 75-72 147 74-73 147 74-73 147 74-73 147 73-74 147 72-75 147 72-75 147 72-75 147 71-76 147 69-78 147 75-73 148 75-73 148 75-73 148 74-74 148 74-74 148 77-72 149 77-72 149 77-72 149 77-72 149 76-73 149 76-73 149 76-73 149 76-73 149 75-74 149 75-74 149 74-75 149 74-75 149 73-76 149 73-76 149 73-76 149 72-77 149 75-75 150 74-76 150 73-77 150 72-78 150 72-78 150 74-77 151 74-77 151 74-77 151 72-79 151 78-74 152 77-75 152 77-75 152 77-75 152 77-75 152

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MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR Sprint Cup Irwin ToolsNightRace After Fridayqualifying race today At Buslol MotorSpeedway Bristol, Tenn. Lap length: .533miles (Car number inparentheses) 1. (11)DennyHamlin,Toyota,131.407. 2. (18)KyleBusch,Toyota, 131.263. 3. (19)CarlEdwards,Toyota, 130.655. 4. (55)DavidRagan,Toyota, 130.46. 5. (22)JoeyLogano, Ford,130.344. 6. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford,130.327. 7. (4)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,130.3. 8.(17) Ricky StenhouseJr., Ford, 130.123. 9.(15) ClintBowyer, Toyota, 130.053. 10. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet,129.947. 11. (41)KurtBusch, Chevrolet,129.447. 12. (42)KyleLarson,Chevrolet,128.848. 13. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota, 129.675. 14. (51)JustinAggaier, Chevrolet,129.351. 15. (21)RyanBlaney,Ford,129.212. 16.3) AustinDilon,Chevrolet,129.151. 17.(16)GregBiffle, Ford,128.822. 18.31) RyanNewman, Chevrolet,128.701. 19.(5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 128.606. 20. (88)DaleEarnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 128.537. 21. (1)JamieMcMurray,Chevrolet, 128.262. 22. (6)TrevorBayne, Ford,128.193. 23. (78)MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet,128.159. 24. (24)JeffGordon, Chevrolet, 127.988. 25. (47)AJAgmendinger, Chevrolet,128.563. 26. (9)SamHomish Jr., Ford,128.253. 27. (34)BrettMoffitt, Ford,128.176. 28.(13)CaseyMears, Chevrolet, 127.92. 29.(27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 127.801. 30. (95)MichaelMcDowell, Ford,127.605. 31. (43)AricAlmirola,Ford,127.563. 32. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet, 127.537. 33. (35)ColeWhitt, Ford,127.461. 34.(32)JoshWise,Ford, 127.368. 35.(46) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 127.241. 36. (7)AlexBowman, Chevrolet, 127.208. 37. (38)David Gililand, Ford,Owner Points. 38. (23)J.J. Yeley,Toyota, Owner Points. 39. (40)LandonCassig,Chevrolet, Owner Points. 40. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 41. (98)TimmyHil, Ford,Owner Points. 42. (83)MattDiBenedetto, Toyota, Owner Points. 43. (33)MikeBliss, Chevrolet, Owner Points.


NewYork Indiana Washington Chicago Connecticut Atlanta

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720 640 600 593 480 360

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Friday’s Games

NewYork78,Atlanta 67 Minnesota 78,SanAntonio61 Tulsa84,Connecticut 76,OT Chicag o87,Washington85 Indiana 75,Seattle 63 Los Angele78, s Phoenix 68

Sunday’sGames ChicagoatWashington, 1p.m. Los Angeleat s SanAntonio, 1:30p.m. Minnes otaatPhoemx,3p.m. NewYorkatIndiana, 3p.m. AtlantaatConnecticut, 3 p.m.

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259 12

Western &Southern Open Friday at Mason,Ohio Men Quarlerlinals NovakDjokovic (1), Serbia,def.StanW awrinka (5), Switzerland,6-4, 6-1. AlexandrDolgopolov,Ukraine, def.TomasBerdych (6), Czech Republic, 6-4, 6-2. AndyMurray(3),Britain,def.Richard G asquet(12), France,4-6,6-1, 6-4. RogerFederer (2), Switzerland,def. FelicianoLo› pez,Spain,6-3,6-4. Women Quarlerlinals Serena Williams(1), UnitedStates,def.AnaIvanovic (6),

Serbia,3-6,6-4, 6-2.

ElinaSvitolina(14), Ukraine, def. LucieSafarova (7), Czech Republic, 6-4,2-6t 6-0. Jelena Jankovic,Serbia,def.AnnaKarolinaSchmiedlova, Slovakia6-4, , 6-2. SimonaHalep(3), Romania,def. Anastasia Pavlyuchen› kova,Russia, 7-6(3),6-2.

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL COMMISSI ONER' S OFFICE — Suspended TorontoRHPClinton Hollon(Lansing-MWL)50games for violatingthe MinorLeagueDrug Prevention and TreatmentProgram. AmeucanLeague BALTIMORE DRIOLES— Sent1B/OFStevePearce to theGCLDrioles fora rehabassignment. BOSTONREDSDX— SentRHPRickPorcegoto Pawtucket(IL) forarehabassignment. CHICAGO WHITESOX Sent RHPDaniel Webb to Charlotte(IL) for arehabassignment. LOS ANGELESANGELS — Optioned RHP Mike Morin toSaltLake(PCL). Recaled RHPNickTropeano from SalLake t . MINNES OTA TWINS PlacedDFAaron Hicks on the 15-dayDL.Recalled DFByron Buxtonfrom Rochester (IL). NEWYOR KYANKEES Released OF/1BGarrett Jones. SentRHPMichael Pinedato Scranton/Wil› kes-Barre (IL) forarehab assignment. SEATTLEMARINERS— PlacedLHPJoeBeimel onthe15-dayDLRecalledLHPRobRasmussenfrom Tacoma (PCL). National League ATLANTA BRAVES Agreed to termswith DF RyanGebhardt onaminor leaquecontract. COLOR ADOROCKIES Sent RHPChad Bettis to Albuquerque(PCL) forarehabassignment. MIAMIMAR LINS Dptioned CTomas Telis to NewOrleans(PCL). Selectedthecontract of RH PScott McGough fromNewOrleans. MILWAUKEE BREWERS— RecalledDFDomingo Santanafrom Colorado Springs (PCL). ClaimedLHP CesarJimenezoff waiversfromPhiladelphia. PHILADE LPHIAPHILLIES Designated LHPCe› sar Jimenez for assignment. Recalled RHPJerad Eick› hoff from LehighValey (PCL). Selectedthe contractof 2B DarnelSw l eeneyfromLehighValley. PITTSBURGHPIRATES— DesignatedRHPJosh Wall forassignment. Reinstated INF/OFJoshHarrison from the15-day DL.Sent1B CoreyHart to Indianapo› lis (IL)forarehabassignment. SAN DIEGO PADRES— Designated LHP Chris Rearickfor assignment. AcquiredRHPJonEdwards fromTexasto completeanearlier tradeandoptioned him toElPaso(PCL). TEXAS RANGERS SentRHPJonEdwardstoSan Diegotocompleteanearlier trade. SANFR ANCISCOGIANTS Dptioned RHPChris HestontoSacramento(PCL). PlacedDFHunter Pence on the15-dav DL,retroactive to Aug.18. WASHINGTONNATIONALS— Placed1B/OFTyler Mooreon the15-dayDL, retroactive to Aug. 19. Selectedthecontract of SSTreaTurner fromSyracuse (IL). Transferred RH PAaronBarrett tothe60-dayDL. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS Placed DTCoreyPeters on injuredreserve. DALLASCOWBOYS — Waived/injuredT Cody Clay.SignedDTCarlif Taylor. INDIANAP OLIS COLTS WaivedWRLT. Smith. Signed GHarlandGunn. WASHIN GTONREDSKINS Acquired TEDerek Carrier fromSanFrancisco for anundiscloseddraft pick. CanadianFootball League MONTREAL ALDUElTES— FiredcoachTom Higgins. NamedJim Poppcoach. LACROSSE National LacrosseLeague BUFFALO BANDITS Agreedto termswith TNick Weissonaone-yearcontract. COLLEGE ARKANSA S Announced QBRicky Townhas transferred fromSouthernCal. BREV ARD Named Eli Sirota athletic mediare› lationsassistant. FLORIDA — SuspendedSMarcusMaye,DEAlex MccalisterandWRLatroyPittmanonegame. HIGHPOINT— Announced men' s lacrosse M KeeganO’Connor is transferring fromMaryland andD Jimmy Wyrick fromSyracuse. IOWA AnnouncedRBC.J. Hiliard wil transfer. JAMES MADISON Named Mike Basgier men’s basketbalstrength l andconditioning coach. NEWJERSEYCITY Announced theresignation of men’sassistantsoccercoachAnthonyTuesta. TEXASRI DGRANDEVALLEY— NamedBlakeDay assistantathleticdirectorfordevelopment. UCLA— Suspendedoff ensivelinecoachAdrian Klemmfor its first twogames, fined him an undis› closedamount andwil foregotwoofficial recruiting visits nextyear,after aninvestigationinto Klemms’ recruitingpractices. WASHIN GTON(MD.) PromotedChris Mitchell to assistantathletic directorforcommunications.

FISH COUNT Upstreamdaily movement of adult chinook,jack chinook,steelheadandwild steelheadat selectedCo› lumbia Riverdamslast updatedThursday. Chnk Johnk Sflhd WsUhd Bonneville 4.711 45 5 3 , 753 1,105 The Degas 1,914 153 9 0 7 258 JohnDay 593 72 563 200 McNary 46 5 39 604 255 Upstream year-to-date movement ofadult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadand wild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslastupdatedThursday. Chnk Jchnk Sflhd Wstlhd Bonneville 417,467 34,092 161,312 67,962 TheDegas 335,301 29,542 56,915 28,830 John Day 285,901 23,658 25,779 13,510 McNary 261,551 18,115 21,684 11,074



NewYork Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Boston Kansas City Minnesota Detroit Chicago Cleveland Houston

LosAngeles Texas Seattle Oakland

Brewers10, Natiooals3



Houston starting pitcher Mike Fiers, right, is mobbed

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Friday'sGames Cleveland7, N.Y.Yankees3 Minnesota 4, Baltimore3 Texas 2, Detroit 0 Boston7,KansasCity 2 Houston 3, L.A. Dodgers0 Tampa Bay2, Oakland1 Toronto9, L.A.Angels 2 Chicago WhiteSox11, Seatle 4 Today'sGam es Cleveland(Salazar11-6) at N.Y.Yankees (Severino 0-2),10:05a.m. Minnesota(Gibson8-9) at Baltimore(Tilman9-7), 4:05 p.m. Texas(Gallardo 9-9) atDetroit(Wolf 0-0),4;08p.m. Kansas City (Ventura7-7) at Boston (M.Barnes3-3), 4:10 p.m. LA. Dodgers (Greinke13-2) atHouston (Kazmir 6-8), 4:10 p.m. TampaBay (E.Ramirez 10-4) at Oakland(S.Gray 12› 5), 6:05p.m. Toronto(Estrada10-7) at L.A.Angels(Heaney5-1), 6:05 p.m. Chicago WhiteSox(Rodon5-5) atSeattle(Nuno0-1), 6:10 p.m. sunday's Games Cleve landatN.Y.Yankees,10:05a.m. Texas at Detroit,10:08 a.m. KansasCityatBoston,10:35 a.m. Minnesotaat Baltimore, 10:35a.m. LA. Dodgers atHouston,11:10 am. TorontoatLA. Angels, 12:35p.m. TampaBayatOakland,1;05p.m. Chicago WhiteSoxatSeattle,1:10 p.m. Monday'sGames ClevelandatChicagoCubs,11:05 a.m. Houstonat N.Y.Yankees,4:05 p.m. Detroit atCincinnati, 4:10p.m. BaltimoreatKansasCity, 5:10p.m. Bostonat ChicagoWhite Sox, 5:10p.m. Oakland atSeatle, 7:10p.m.

Pat Sullivan I The

Associated Press

Blue Jays9, Angels2

indians 7,Yankees3

David Price struck out nine during eight innings of six-hit ball, andJosh Donaldson drove in three runs in streaking Toronto’s victory over theLos Angeles Angels. Justin Smoakhit a two-run homerand BenReverehad four hits for the BlueJays.

NEW YORK Carlos Carrasco struck out 11,Carlos Santana homeredandClevelandstopped the New YorkYankees onceagain. The last-place Indians improved to 4-1 against NewYork this year. A night after a 3-2 victory at Yankee Stadium, Cleveland remained the only sub-.500 team in themajors with a winning record on the road.


National Lea ue

Giants 6, Pirates4 PITTSBURGH— MadisonBumgarner homeredandstruck out six to lift San FranciscooverPittsburgh.

Nets 14, Rockies9 DENVER Yoenis Cespedeshit three homeruns, including a grand slam, and hadsevenRBlsasthe New YorkMets beatColorado. Colorado ab r hbi ab r hbi Grndrsrf 5 1 2 1 Blckmncf 4 1 2 0 DnMrp3b-1b 4 2 1 2 Reyesss 5 0 0 0 Cespdscf-If 6 5 5 7 CGnzlzrf 4 3 2 1 NewYork

WASHINGTON —DomingoSantana homered in his Milwaukee debut and the Brewers took ad› vantage of several defensive mis› cues in a victory over struggling Washington. Milwaukee Washington ab r hbi ab r hbi S egurass 4 1 1 1 Werthlf 4 0 1 0 Lucroy c 5 2 3 1 Rendon 2b-3b4 0 0 0 Braun rf 3 1 1 1 Harperrf 3 1 1 1 Lind1b 4 2 2 0 YEscor3b 0 0 0 0 KDavislf 3 1 1 1 Espinos2b 4 0 1 0 LSchfrcf 1 0 0 0 CRonsnlb 1 0 0 0 DoSntncf-If 5 1 1 2 Zmrmnph-tb t 0 0 0 HPerez3b 3 0 1 0 Dsmndss 2 1 1 0 G ennettph-2b2 1 1 1 Roarkp 0 0 0 0 EHerrr2b-3b 4 1 2 1 WRamsph 1 0 0 0 Nelsonp 2 0 1 0 Riverop 0 0 0 0 Cottsp 0 0 0 0 Loatonc 4 0 1 1 Knebelp 0 0 0 0 MTaylrcf 4 1 1 1 Lohsep 0 0 0 0 GGnzlzp 1 0 0 0 Scherzrph 1 0 0 0 Fister p 0 0 0 0 TTurnr ss 2 0 0 0 Totals 36 10 14 8 Totals 32 3 6 3 Milwaukee 0 0 2 0 3 0 600 — 10 W ashington 01 0 0 0 1 100 — 3 E Lobaton (1), Harper(6). DP Washington 1. LOB Milwaukee7,Washington 6.28 Lucroy(14), Lind (25),H.Perez(12). HR Do.Santana (1), Harper (31), M.Ta ylor (12).SB Segura(20), Espinosa(5), Desmond(11). CS Werth(1). S Nelson. SF Se› gura,Braun,K.Davis. IP H R E R BBSO Milwaukee NelsonW,10-9 5 1 - 3 5 2 2 2 4 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 CottsH,4 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 KnebelH,2 LohseS,1-1 3 1 1 1 2 4 Washington G.GonzaleL, z9-6 5 8 5 4 2 5 11-3 4 4 3 1 1 Fister 12-3 2 1 0 0 0 Roark Rivero 1 0 0 0 0 1 PB Lobaton. T 3:25. A 29,916(41,341).


Astros 3, Dodgers0 Ban Francisco P i ttsburgh ab r hbi ab r hbi Aokilf 5 1 3 0 JHrrsn2b 2 0 0 0 HOUSTON Mike Fiers pitched J.Perezlf 0 0 0 0 GPolncph-rf 2 0 1 0 the second no-hitter in the major M Duffy3b 4 1 1 0 SMartelf 5 1 1 1 Duda1b 4 0 1 1 Arenad3b 5 3 3 4 Belt1b 5 0 2 1 McCtchcf 4 1 2 0 Roblesp 0 0 0 0 Paulsnlb 5 1 1 1 Toronto LosAngeles leagues in ninedays, leading Poseyc 4 0 0 1 ArRmr3b 4 0 1 1 ab r hbi ab r hbi Cuddyrph 1 0 0 0 LeMahi2b 5 1 2 2 Houston to avictory over the Los B yrdrf 5 1 3 2 Kangss 4 0 1 1 Tlwtzkss 4 1 1 0 Victornlf 4 0 1 0 Lagarscf 0 0 0 0 Hundlyc 3 0 3 1 Cleveland New York BCrwfrss 5 0 1 0 Cervellic 4 0 0 0 Angeles Dodgers. Fiers (6-9) struck Dnldsn3b 3 1 2 3 Calhonrf 4 1 2 1 WFlorsss 5 0 2 1 BBarnslf 4 0 0 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi Tmlnsn2b 4 0 1 0 Morse1b 3 2 2 0 B autistrf 4 1 0 0 Troutcf 3 0 0 0 out Justin Turner onhis 134th pitch KJhnsn2b 4 1 2 0 J.Grayp 0 0 0 0 Kipnisdh 5 1 1 0 Gardnrcf-If 4 1 2 0 Adrianz2b 0 0 0 0 SRdrgzrf 3 0 2 0 Encrncdh 4 2 1 0 Puiolsdh 4 0 0 0 dArnadc 5 1 1 1 Brgmnp 1 0 0 0 to end it and threw his glovehigh Lindor ss 4 0 1 1 Headly 3b 5 1 1 0 GBlanccf 3 2 2 0 Bastrdp 0 0 0 0 S moak1b 5 1 1 2 Cronlb 4 1 1 0 NATIONALLEAGUE Confortlf 4 2 1 1 KParkrph 1 0 0 0 Brantlylf 5 0 2 2 ARdrgzdh 4 0 1 1 RuMrtnc 4 0 1 1 Aybarss 4 0 1 0 Bmgrnp 4 1 1 2 PAlvrzph 1 0 0 0 into the air for his first no-hitter and East Division Clipprdp 0 0 0 0 Fridrchp 0 0 0 0 CSantn1b 5 2 1 2 BMccnc 4 0 0 0 Romop 0 0 0 0 Caminrp 0 0 0 0 W L Pct GB P igarcf 5 1 1 0 lannettc 4 0 1 1 Familip 0 0 0 0 Germnp 0 0 0 0 fifth in the big leaguesthis season. Chsnhllrf 3 0 1 0 Beltranrf 4 1 1 0 Reverelf 5 2 4 1 RJcksn2b 3 0 0 0 Osichp 0 0 0 0 Locke p 2 0 0 0 B.colonp 1 1 0 0 Kahnlep 0 0 0 0 NewYork 65 56 .537 S ands ph-rf 2 0 1 1 Bird1b 4 0 1 1 Casillap 0 0 0 0 Blantonp 0 0 0 0 Pnngtn2b 4 0 0 0 Cowart3b 3 0 0 0 Seattle’s Hisashi Iwakumatossed a 1 0 0 0 McBridph 1 0 0 0 Washington 60 61 .496 5 YGomsc 4 0 1 0CYounglf 2 0 0 0 NWalkrph-2b 0 0 0 1 Glmrtnp Atlanta 53 69 ,434 12’/z Totals 38 9 11 7 Totals 3 3 2 6 2 Uribeph-3b 2 1 1 0 Betncrtp 0 0 0 0 no-no on Aug12. Almontcf 4 1 1 0 Egsuryph-cf 1 0 1 0 Toronto 3 00 101 211 — 9 Totals 39 6 146 Totals 3 4 4 104 Miami Totals 4 2 141614 Totals 3 8 9 139 50 72 410 15r/r LosAngeles 000 010 010 — 2 Urshel a 3b 4 0 0 0 Drew2b 4 0 1 0 Ban Francisco 320 100 000 — 6 Philadelphia 48 74 .393 17’/r 160 1 0 2 2 11 — 14 LosAngeles Houston E Victorino 2 (2), Cron(3). LOB Toronto 9, JRmrz2b 3 3 3 0 B.Ryan ss 2 0 0 0 P ittsburgh 1 1 0 0 0 0 110 — 4 New York 112 3 1 0 100 — 9 CentralDivision r hbi ab r hbi E Mccutchen (1). DP San Francisco 2, C olorado Los Angeles 5. 28 Tulowitzki (4), Donaldson2 Gregrs ph-ss 2 0 0 0 E W.Flores (11). DP NewYork 1. LOB New JRognsssab W L Pct GB 4 0 0 0 Altuve2b 4 0 1 0 Pittsburgh 1.LOB San Francisco 9, Pittsburgh7. York 7,Colorado6.28 Cespedes (6), W.Flores (19), (32), Pillar(22),Revere(2), Cron(12), lannetta(8). Totals 39 7 126 Totals 3 6 3 8 2 St. Louis 77 44 .636 Utleydh 4 0 0 0 CGomzcf 401 0 HR Smoak (12), Calhoun(19). S Pennington. C leveland 0 0 1 0 1 1 103 — 7 28 Aoki (11), Belt (29), Byrd(14), G.Blanco(19), Uribe(11),Blackmon (26), Arenado 2 (31), Hundley Pittsburgh 72 48 600 4’/r SF Donaldson. JuTrnr3b 3 0 0 0 Correass 4 0 0 0 N ew York 000 1 0 0 0 20 — 3 Mccutchen (2 9), Mo rse (5). HR B yrd (2 0), B um ga r› 575 71/2 (18). 38 H undl e y (5). HR C e sp ede s 3 (5), d’ A r› Chicago 69 51 z1b 3 0 0 0 Lowrie3b 3 0 0 0 IP H R E R BBSO E Jo.Ramirez (9), B.Ryan(2). DP NewYork ner (5). SF Posey, N.Walker. naud (7), Conforto(3), Ca.G onzalez (29), Arenado AGnzl Milwaukee 53 70 .431 25 Toronto E thierrf 2 0 0 0 Gattisdh 3 1 1 1 1. LOB Cleveland 8, New York 8. 28 Kipnis IP H R E R BBBO Cincinnati 51 69 ,425 25r/t PriceW,12-4 ( 30), Paul s en (9). SB G r an der son (10), Ces p e des Grandlc 3 0 0 0 CIRsmslf 3 0 0 0 8 6 2 2 1 9 (32), Chisenhag (14), Sands(4), Beltran(27). 38› Ban Francisco West Division n2(33). S Bergman.SF Dan.Murphy. Crwfrdlf 3 0 0 0 Carter1b 3 1 1 0 Lowe 1 0 0 0 0 3 Jo.Ramirez(2). HR C.Santana (14). SB Gardner BumgarnerW,15-6 61-3 6 3 3 1 6 (4), Blackmo IP H R E R BBBOKHrndz2b 3 0 0 0 MGnzlz1b 0 0 0 0 W L Pct GB LosAngeles (1 7). R orno H 2 , 7 11-3 4 1 1 0 1 New York LosAngeles 67 54 .554 Pedrsncf 2 0 0 0 Mrsnckrf 3 1 2 2 SantiagoL,7-7 3 2 - 3 3 4 2 4 4 IP H R E R BBSO OsichH,5 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 B.colon 32-3 9 7 7 2 1 SanFrancisco 66 56 ,541 1’/i Jcastroc 3 0 1 0 Salas 12-3 2 1 1 0 0 Cleveland Casilla S,30-35 1 0 0 0 1 0 GilmartinW2-1 2 1-3 2 1 1 0 3 Arizona 60 61 .496 7 Totals 2 7 0 0 0 Totals 3 03 7 3 Gott 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 CarrascoW,12-9 62-3 5 1 1 1 11 Pittsburgh Robics 1 2 1 1 0 1 L os Angeles 00 0 0 00 000 — 0 SanDiego 60 62 .492 7’/r J.Alvarez 11-3 4 3 3 0 2 C rockett H,2 1 -3 1 1 1 0 1 Locke L,6-8 5 11 6 6 1 2 Clippard 1 0 0 0 1 1 Houston Colorado 49 71 .408 17r/r C.Ramos 020 001 Ogx — 3 12-3 2 1 1 0 1 McAllisterH,B 2 - 3 2 1 0 0 0 Blanton 2 3 0 0 1 4 Familia 1 0 0 0 0 1 DP —LosAngelesl.LOB— LosAngeles3,HousHBP byGott(Tulowitzki). WP Gott. Allen S,25-28 11 - 3 0 0 0 1 1 Bastardo 1 0 0 0 0 2 Colorado Friday'sGames ton 3. 28 M ar isni c k (12),J.castro (16). HR Gattis T 3:07. A 41,110(45,957). NewYork Caminero 1 0 0 0 0 0 J.Gray 12-3 8 7 7 1 0 Chicago Dubs5, Atlanta 3 TanakaL,9-6 6 7 4 3 1 3 HBP byBumgarner(J.Harrison). k SB Marisnick (17). Bergman 31-3 2 1 1 0 1 (19), Marisnic(6). Milwaukee 10,Washington3 IP H R E R BBSO Shreve 1 1 0 0 1 1 T 3:12. A 37,692(38,362). FriedrichL,0-4 1 1 2 2 1 0 LosAngeles SanFrancisco6, Pittsburgh4 Rays 2, Athletics1 Rumbelow 1 0 0 0 0 1 Germen 1 2 2 2 1 1 B.AndersonL,7-8 6 Arizona 6,Cincinnati 3 7 3 3 0 5 Ju.Wilson 1 4 3 3 0 2 Philadelphia 7, Miami1 Diamooddacks6, Rods3 Kahnle 1 2 1 1 1 1 H ateher 1 0 0 0 0 2 OAKLAND, Calif. Drew Smyly Tanakapitchedto 1batter inthe7th. Betancourt 1 1 1 1 0 0 YGarcia Houston 3, L.A. Dodgers0 1 0 0 0 0 1 pitchedto1 batterin the8th. pitched into the sixth inning for his Crockett BP byJ.Gray(B.colon). Balk Robics. N.Y.Mets14,Colorado9 Houston HBP byTanaka(YGomes). WP Shreve. CINCINNATI Rubby DeLa Rosa H T 3: 3 4. A 31,07 9 (50, 3 98). SanDiego9,St. Louis3 first win in more than 11 months Fiers W,1-0 9 0 0 0 3 10 T 3:39.A 35,940 (49,638). Today'sGames allowed two runs in seveninnings T 2:31. A 33,833(41,574). Atlanta(W.Perez4-4) at ChicagoCubs(Haren8-8), andTampa BaybeatOakland. and A.J. Pollock homered to help Padres 9,Cardinals3 1:05 p.m. Making his second start since Twins 4, Drioles3 Arizona sendCincinnati to its sev› San Francisco (Leake9-6) at Pittsburgh(G.cole 14› missing more than three months Leaders 7), 1:05p.m. SAN DIEGO Yangervis Solarte enth straight loss. BALTIMORE Kurt Suzuki hit a AMERICAN LEAGUE Milwaukee(Jungmann 7-4) at Wa shington (J.Ross with a tom labrum andtendonitis hit a two-run homer asSan Diego BATTING —Kipnis, Cleveland, .324;Ncruz, Se› two-run single in the eighth inning Arizona 3-5), 4:05 p.m. in his pitching shoulder, Smyly (1› Cincinnati attle, .322; Fi e l d er, Te x a s, .321; Brantley,Cleveland, beat St. Louis. Arizona (Delgado4-3) atCincinnati (DeSclafani 7-8), to cap a comebackagainst All-Star ab r hbi ab r hbi .320; Hosmer,KansasCi ty,.315;Bogaeits,Boston, 4:10 p.m. 2) gave upsevenhits and struck Inciartlf 4 0 0 1 Bourgscf 5 0 1 1 .313; Lcain,KansasCity, .306. reliever Darren O’Dayandcarry LA. Dodgers (Greinke13-2) atHouston (Kazmir 6-8), out two in 5/s innings. St. Louis San Diego RUNS —Donaldson, Toronto, 90; Dozier,Minne› Pogockcf 5 3 4 1 Suarezss 4 0 0 0 4:10 p.m. ab r hbi ab r hbi Minnesota past Baltimore. Balti› G ldsch1b 4 0 0 0 Vottolb 3 2 2 1 sota, 84;Trout, LosAngeles, 79;Kinsler, Detroit, 78; Philadelphia(Harang5-14) at Miami(Nicolino 2-1), TampaBay Mcrpnt3b 4 0 0 0 Solarte3b 5 2 2 2 Oakland Wcastgc 4 0 2 2 Frazier3b 4 0 2 0 Bautista,Toronto,77;Gardner,NewYork, 77;MMach› more was 51-1whenleading after 4:10 p.m. Piscttylf 4 1 0 1 Alonso1b 4 1 1 0 ab r hbi .Hill3b 3 0 1 1 Bruce rf 4 0 0 1 Baltimore,76. N.Y.Mets(Niese7-9) at Colorado(Rusin 4-5), 5:10 J asodh 3ab0 r0hbi seveninnings,andO'Day (5-2jen- A J hPerltss 4 0 3 0 Kemprf 5 1 2 2 ado, RBI — Donaldson,Toronto, 94; CDa vis,Baltimore, 0 Burnscf 5 0 0 0 Tomas rf 5 1 1 1 DJssJr2b 4 0 0 0 p.m. K ozmaph 1 0 0 0 Uptonlf 4 0 1 1 89; KMorales,KansasCity, 83; Bautista, Toronto,82; Sizemrrf 3 0 2 0 Canha1b 4 0 1 0 tered with a 1.15 ERA and a run of Zieglerp 0 0 0 0 B.Penac 4 1 3 0 St. Louis(C.Martinez12-5) at SanDiego(Kennedy Navaph-rf 1 0 0 0 Valenci3b 4 0 0 0 Heywrdrf 3 0 0 0 Gyorko2b 3 0 1 0 4 12 0 Boeschlf 4 0 0 0 JMartinez,Detroit, 81;Teixeira,NewYork, 79; Ncruz, 7-11), 5:40 p.m. 11 straight scoreless appearances. Owings2b Molinac 4 0 1 1 DeNrrsc 4 0 0 0 Longori3b 4 0 0 0 Pheglyc 4 0 2 0 Ahmedss 4 0 1 0 Holmrgp 1 0 0 0 Seattle,76. sunday's Games Wong2b 3 0 0 0 Amarstss 4 2 2 0 Loney1b 4 0 0 0 Smlnskrf 3 0 1 0 RDLRsp 2 1 2 0 Schmkrph 1 0 1 0 HITS — Ncruz, Seattle, 148; Fielder,Texas,147; Arizona at Cincinnati,1010a m. Rynlds1b 4 1 2 0 Cashnrp 2 1 0 0 Minnesota Baltimore Forsyth2b 3 1 0 0 Reddckph 1 0 0 0 Sltlmchph 1 0 0 0 Lecurep 0 0 0 0 Kinsler,Detroit,147;Altuve,Houston,144; Bogaerts, Philadelphia at Miami,10:10a.m. Phamcf 4 1 2 1 UptnJrph 1 0 1 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi Acarerss 3 0 1 0 Lawrie2b 4 1 2 0 Hesslerp 0 0 0 0 Phigipsph 1 0 0 0 Boston,142;Hosmer, Kansas City, 141;MM achado, MilwaukeeatWashington, 10:35a.m. Lackeyp 2 0 0 0 BNorrsp 0 0 0 0 Buxtoncf 5 0 2 0 MMchd3b 4 1 1 0 DJnngslf 4 1 2 2 BButlerdh 2 0 0 0 A.Reedp 0 0 0 0 Ju.Diazp 0 0 0 0 Baltimore,141. LA. DodgersatHouston,11:10 am. Moss ph 0 0 0 0 Rzpczy p 0 0 0 0 Dozier2b 5 0 1 0 GParrarf 4 1 1 3 Kiermrcf 4 0 1 0 Vogtph-dh 2 0 1 0 DPerltrf 0 0 0 0 Brnhrtph 1 0 0 0 HOME RUN S — Ncru z , S ea ttl e , 37; CDa v is, Balti› AtlantaatChicagoCubs, 11:20a.m. C hoatep 0 0 0 0 Kelleyp 0 0 0 0 Mauerlb 5 0 1 0 A.Jonescf 4 0 1 0 C asalic 3 0 1 0 Fuldpr 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 6 136 Totals 3 6 3 9 3 more, 34;Donaldson,Toronto,33;Puiols,LosAngeN.Y.MetsatColorado,1:10 p.m. B roxtnp 0 0 0 0 Benoitp 0 0 0 0 Sanodh 4 2 2 0 C.Davislb 3 0 1 0 C risp lf 4 0 2 1 Arizona 1 00 400 001 — 6 les, 33;Trout,LosAngeles, 33;JMartinez,Detroit, 32; St. LouisatSanDiego,1:10p.m. Plouffe3b 5 1 1 0 Wietersdh 4 0 0 0 Semien ss 4 0 1 0 C incinnati 000 0 0 1 1 10 — 3 Bouriosph 1 0 0 0 Wallacph 1 1 1 2 Teixeira,NewYork, 31. SanFranciscoat Pittsburgh,5:05p.m. Viganv p 0 0 0 0 Qcknsh p 0 0 0 0 TrHntrrf 3 1 1 0 Schoop2b 3 0 0 0 Totals 32 2 7 2 Totals 3 7 1 10 1 LOB A riz on a 9, C in ci n n at i 7. 28 P olloc k(30), V o i t o STOLENBASES—Altuve, Houston, 32; Burns, Monday'sGames Jnkwskcf 4 1 2 1 ERosarlf 3 0 0 1 JHardyss 3 0 0 0 T ampa Bay 0 1 0 0 0 0 001 — 2 Oakland,24; Lcain,KansasCity, 24; JDyson,Kan› (28), F ra z ie r (34), B .P e n a 2 (1 3 ). H R P o g o c k ( 1 3), T o m a s ClevelandatChicagoCubs,11:05 a.m. Totals 34 3 8 3 Totals 3 7 9 138 Oakland 0 00 000 001 — 1 KSuzukc 4 0 2 2 Josephc 3 0 0 0 City,23;DeShields, Texas,21; Gose, Detroit,19; 8),Vo tto(23).SB Pollock2 (32),A.Hig(7)vO wings (14). S t. Louis N.Y.MetsatPhiladelphia, 4;05p.m. 100 0 0 0 200 — 3 sas E Kiermaier (3), Burns (2). DP Oakland 1. Nunezss 3 0 1 1 Reimldlf 3 1 1 0 S A.Hil (’ (2).S R.DeIaRosa. SF Inciarle,AHig. RDavis,Detroit,17;Gardner,NewYork,17; Marisnick, ColoradoatAtlanta, 4:10p.m. SanDiego OOO 050 04x — 9 Totals 37 4 1 1 4 Totals 31 3 5 3 L OB — T a mp a B a y 7 , O a k l a n d 9. 2 8 — Si z e mo r e ( 6 ) , IP H R E R BBBO 17. Detroit atCincinnati, 4:10p.m. E Reynolds(6), Wong(13), Piscotty(2),Am 0 0 0 1 0 0 030 — 4 Arizona aris› Houston, Casali (6). HRDe.Jennings (1). SB Crisp (2). M innesota PITCHING —Lewis, Texas, 14-5; Keuchel, Hous› PittsburghatMiami, 4:10p.m. ta (12). LOBSt. Louis 9, SanDiego 7. 2B Reyn› ton, 14-6; FHernan B altimore 000 0 0 3 000 — 3 CS D e .Jen ni n gs (3). R .De La R os a W ,11-5 7 7 2 2 1 6 dez, Seattle, 14-8;Eovaldi, New St. LouisatArizona,7:10p.m. LOB M inne so t a 11, Bal t i m ore 2. 28 S ano (1 1) , olds (16), Am ari s ta (10), Up ton Jr. (4). 38 P ha m (1). IP H R E R BBSO Hessler 0 1 1 1 0 0 Buehrle,Toronto,13-6; McHugh,Houston, HR Solarte(10), Kem p (15), Walace (3). CS M. York,13-2; TorHunter(17). HR G.Parra (5). CS C.Davis (2). A.ReedH,7 TampaBay 1 1 0 0 0 0 13-7; 6tied at12. (3), Upton(4). SF Piscotty. ZieglerS,23-25 1 0 0 0 0 1 Carpenter ERA— SGray,Oakland,2.04;Keuchel,Houston, American League SmylyW,1-2 52 - 3 7 0 0 0 2 SF E.Rosario. IP H R E R BBSO IP H R E R BBBO Cincinnati B.GomesH,1 4 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0 2 2.37; Price,Toronto, 2.40; Price,Toronto, 2.40;Ka› St. Louis Minnesota Gellz H,18 1 0 0 0 0 1 HolmbergL,1-3 5 11 5 5 1 2 White Sox11, Mariners4 Houston,2.43; Kazmir, Houston,2.43;Archer, LackeyL,10-8 6 9 5 4 1 7 zmir, 5135 3 3 1 4 Lecure BoxbergerS,30-34 1 3 1 1 0 1 Milone 2 0 0 0 1 2 Bay,2.77. 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Tampa 12-3 0 0 0 0 0 Ju Diaz Choate FienW,3-5 Oakland 2 2 1 1 0 2 STRIKEOUT S—Sale, Chicago, 222;Archer,Tam› SEATTLE Chris Sale struck Broxton 2-3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Hesslerpitchedto 1batter inthe8th. Bassitt L,1-5 62- 3 6 1 1 2 3 May H2 pa Bay, 205;Kluber,Cleveland,202; Carrasco, Cleve› Viganueva 1 4 4 4 0 1 Jepsen S, 6 -10 1 0 0 0 0 3 out14 in seven strong innings to Venditte 11-3 0 0 0 0 1 HBP byHolmberg(Goldschmidt). WP R.DeLaRosa. land,173;Price,Toronto,171; Salazar, Cleveland,156; San Diego 1 1 1 1 0 1 Baltimore T 3:02. A 26,757(42,319). KeuchelHou , ston,156. outpitch Seattle’s Felix Hernandez, Scribner CashnerW,5-12 6 4 1 0 2 8 6 7 1 1 2 3 HBP by Bassitt (Forsythe,Jaso). WP Boxberger, W.chen SAVES —Perkins, Minnesota,31; Boxberger, BNorris 0 2 2 2 0 0 TampaBay,30; Street, Los Angeles, 29; Britton, BrachH,B 1 0 0 0 0 2 and rookie Carlos Sanchezhada Bassitt. O ’ D ay L,5-2 BS, 4 -6 2-3 4 3 3 1 1 Cubs 5, Braves 3 R zepczynski H,2 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 career-high four RBls to lead the T 2:52. A 20,671(35,067). 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Baltimore, 29; AMiller, NewYork, 27; GHolland, KelleyH,5 Matusz 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 KansasCity, 27; Allen, Cleveland, 25; Uehara, BenoitH,24 1 1 0 0 1 1 Boston,25. Chicago White Sox to a victory Givens 1 0 0 0 0 2 CHICAGO Kris Bryant andMi› Rangers 2,Tigers0 Quackenbush 1 0 0 0 0 1 HBP byO’Day(TorHunter). over the Mariners. Sale (12-7) guel Montero hadconsecutive RBI B.Norrispitchedto2 batters inthe7th. T 3:06.A 32,025 (45,971). NATIONAL LEAGUE HBP byRzepczynski (Moss). WP Lackey,Cashner. gave up three runsandfour hits doubles asChicago beat Atlanta. DETROIT Colby Lewis pitched BATTING —DGordon, Miami,.338; Harper,Wash› T 3:07.A 32,734 (41,164). while reaching double-digit strike› seven strong innings to helpTexas Red Soxl,Royais 2 ington, .330;Goldschmidt,Arizona, .326; Pollock, Arizona,.321;Posey,SanFrancisco, .318; LeMahieu, Atlanta Chicago outs for the 12th time in 24 starts beat Detroit. Lewis (14-5) allowed Colorado,.316; Panik,SanFrancisco, .309; Votto, ab r hbi ab r hbi Philiies 7, Marlins1 this season, and the30th time in BOSTON — Johnny Cuet o had hi s Cincinnati,.309. Markksrf 5 1 2 2 Fowlercf 3 0 0 0 six hits and awalk, but the Rang› RUNS —Pollock, Arizona,86; Harper,Washing› his career. Saletook a 4-0 lead worst start since coming toKansas Maybincf 3 0 1 0 Schwrrlf 4 0 0 0 MIAMI JeradEickhoff pitched ers defense turned three double FFrmn1b 5 0 1 1 Coghln2b 3 1 1 1 ton, 85; Fowler,Chicago,80;Goldschmidt, Arizona, into the seventh before giving up a plays and threw out another run› City just before the tradedeadline, six scoreless innings in hismajor Przynsc 4 0 0 0 Scastroph-2bl 0 0 0 75; Braun,Milwaukee,72;Arenado, Colorado, 71; three-run homer to MarkTrumbo and Boston beatthe AL Cen› J Petrsn2b 4 0 0 0 Rizzo1b 3 1 1 1 Mcarpenter,St. Louis,69; Mccutchen, Pittsburgh,69; league debut to help Phi l adelphia ner at the plate. ShawnTolleson Ciriaco3b 4 1 2 0 Bryant3b 4 1 1 1 Votto, Cincinnati69. , that pulled the Mariners within pitched the ninth for his 24th save. tral-leading Royals tosendthem to A Smnsss 4 1 1 0 MMntrc 4 1 2 1 beat Miami. RBI — Arenado, Colorado, 91; Goldschmidt, one. their second straight loss. Cueto(2› B ournlf 4 0 0 0 Solerrf 3 0 1 0 Arizona,89; Posey, SanFrancisco, 79;Mccutchen, SMillerp 1 0 0 0 Hndrckp 1 0 0 0 Philadelphia Miami Pittsburgh,78;Bcrawford, SanFrancisco,75; Harper, Texas Detroit 2) had allowedjust six runs in four Seattle Detwilrp 0 0 0 0 Denorfiph 1 0 0 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi Washin gton,74;Rizzo,Chicago,74. Chicago ab r hbi ab r hbi previous starts for the Royal s . ab r hbi ab r hbi Moylanp 0 0 0 0 Mot t ep 0 0 0 0 CHrndz2b 5 0 0 0 DGordn2b 3 0 2 0 HITS — DGordon, Miami, 153; Pollock,Arizona, DShldscf 4 1 1 0 Kinsler2b 4 0 1 0 McKrhp 0 0 0 0 JHerrrph 1 0 0 0 ABlanc3b 4 1 1 0 ISuzukirf 4 0 2 0 147; Goldschmidt,Arizona,141;Markakis, Atlanta, Eatoncf 6 0 2 1 KMartess 4 0 2 0 Choorf 3 0 0 0 Tycgnslf 4 0 0 0 KansasCity Boston Ardsmp 0 0 0 0Grimm p 0 0 0 0 OHerrrcf 5 3 2 1 Prado3b 4 0 0 0 139; LeM ahieu,Colorado,136; Posey,SanFrancisco, Saladin 3b-ss5 1 3 2 Seager3b 4 0 0 0 Strsrgrlf 0 0 0 0 Micarrlb 4 0 3 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi S wisherph 1 0 1 0 Stropp 0 0 0 0 H oward1b 5 1 3 2 Bourlb 4 0 2 0 134; Blackm on, Colorado, 133. Abreudh 5 0 1 1 N.cruz rf 4 2 2 1 Fielderdh 3 0 1 1 VMrtnzdh 4 0 0 0 A Escorss 3 1 1 1 Bettscf 5 0 3 1 D.Ross ph 1 0 1 0 Aschelf 5 0 1 0 Ozunacf 4 0 1 0 HOME RUNG —Harper, Washington, 31;Arena› Mecarrlf 2 2 1 0 Cano2b 4 1 1 0 A lbertopr-dh 0 0 0 0 JMrtnzrf 4 0 1 0 T rThmlf 1 0 0 0 Gutirrzlf 4 0 0 0 Beltre3b 4 0 0 0 Cstllns3b 4 0 1 0 Zobrist 3b 4 1 1 0 Sandovl 3b 5 0 1 0 HRndn p 0 0 0 0 DBrwnrf 3 1 0 0 Gillespilf 2 0 0 0 do, Colorado,30; Frazier,Cincinnati, 29;CaGonzalez, L.caincf 4 0 0 0 Bogartsss 4 0 1 0 ARussllss 3 1 1 0 Galvisss 3 1 1 1 Dietrchlf 2 1 1 1 Colorado,29;Stanton, Miami, 27;AGonzalez, Los AvGarcrf 4 2 2 0 Trumodh 4 1 1 3 M orlndlb 4 0 0 0 Avilac 2010 H osmerlb 4 0 1 0 Ortizdh 4 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 8 3 Totals 3 2 5 8 4 Ruppc 3 0 2 0 Realmtc 4 0 0 0 Angeles,24; Rizzo,Chicago,24. LaRoch1b 5 1 1 0 AJcksncf 3 0 0 0 Andrusss 3 1 2 0 Jlglesisss 3 0 0 0 K Morlsdh 3 0 0 0 HRmrzlf 4 0 0 0 Atlanta 100 200 OOO — 3 Eickhffp 3 0 1 2 Hchvrrss 3 0 0 0 STOLENBABES —BH amilton, Cincinnati, 54; AIRmrzss 4 3 2 0 JMontr1b 3 0 0 0 O dor2b 3 0 0 0 Gosecf 2 0 0 0 Chicago 100 012 10x — 5 JGomzp 0 0 0 0 KFlorsp 1 0 0 0 DGordon,Miami,40; Blackmon, Colorado, 33;Pol› G Bckh3b 0 0 0 0 Sucrec 2 0 0 0 Venalelf-rf 3 0 1 1 SrPerezc 3 0 0 0 BrdlyJrlf 0 0 0 0 Riosrf 3 0 1 0 TShaw1b 4 1 1 0 E Ciriaco (1), A.Simmons(4), M.Montero(7). Sweenyph 1 0 0 0 Roiasph 1 0 0 0 CSnchz2b 4 2 2 4 BWilsnc 2 0 0 0 lock, Arizona,32; SMarte,Pittsburgh,24; Revere, O rlandlf 3 0 0 0 Rcastllrl 4 2 2 0 DP Atlanta 2. LOB Atlanta 9, Chicago7. 28› LuGarcp 0 0 0 0 Cordierp 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia, 24; Maybin, Atlanta, 20; GPolanco, Flowrsc 4 0 2 3 Totals 29 2 5 2 Totals 3 1 0 7 0 Infante2b 3 0 0 0 Swihartc 4 3 4 2 Markaki s (28), Swi s her (2), Bryant (20), M.Mon t e ro Nerisp 0 0 0 0 McGehph 1 0 0 0 Pittsburgh,20;Segura, Milwaukee,20. Totals 4 0 111611 Totals 3 2 4 6 4 Texas 0 11 000 000 — 2 Rutledg 2b 4 1 2 2 PITCHING —Bumgarner, San Francisco, 15› Chicago 000 112 043 Detroit 000 000 000 — 0 8), A.Russeg (23).) HR Coghlan (15). SB Maybin Totals 3 7 7 116 Totals 3 3 1 8 1 E Beltre (10),Verlander (2), Gose(4). DP Tex› Totals 3 0 2 4 1 Totals 3 87 145 20), Ciriaco P hiladelphia OOO 411 001 — 7 6; Arrieta,Chicago,15-6; Wacha, St. Louis, 14-4; Seattle OOO OOO 301 — 4 (3). S S.Miller2. DP Chicagol. LOB Chicago8, Seattle 2.2B› City 0 0 0 1 0 1 000 — 2 as 3,Detroit2. LOB Texas3, Detroit 6. 28 Andrus K ansas IP H R E R BBBO Miami 0 00 000 100 — 1 Gcole, Pittsburgh,14-7; Greinke,LosAngeles, 13› Boston 030 202 00x — 7 E Gilespie 2(4), Dietrich (6). DP Philadelphia 2; CMartinez,St. Louis, 12-5;deGrom,NewYork, Abreu(24), LaRoche(18), C.Sanchez2 (19), K.Marte (22), Venabl(1), e Mi.cabrera3(22). SF Fielder. Atlanta 5). HR N.cruz(37), Trumbo(7). SB Me.cabrera IP H R E R BBSO E A.Escobar (10), Lcain (8), H.Ramirez (4). S.MigerL,5-10 6 1 -3 6 5 3 4 8 1. LOB Philadelphia 7, Miami 6. 28 A.Blanco 12-6. DP Kansas City 1, Boston1. LOB Kansas City Detwiler 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 (12), How ERA —Greinke, LosAngeles,1.58; deGrom,New 2). CS Eaton(5) ). S Me.cabrera. Texas ard3(27), Ozuna(16). 38 D.Gordon(8). I) IP H R E R BBSO LewisW,14-5 7 6 0 0 1 2 2, Boston7. 28 Zobrist (26),Betts(28), Sandoval Moylan 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR Dietrich (9). SF Galvis. York, 1.98;Arrieta, Chicago,2.30; Kershaw,LosAn› 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 Chicago KelaH,13 1 0 0 0 0 0 (20), TShaw (4), Swihart 2 (14). 38 R.castillo (2). McKirahan IP H R E R BBSO geles,2.34;SMiler, Atlanta,2.50;Harvey,NewYork, 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Philadelphia SaleW,12-7 7 4 3 3 1 14 Sh.Togeson S,24-25 1 1 0 0 0 3 HR A.Escobar(3), R Aardsma 2.57; GcolePi , ttsburgh,2.61. utledge (1). Duke 2 2 1 1 0 2 Detroit IP H R E R BBSO Chicago EickhoffW,1-0 6 5 0 0 1 5 STRIKEOUTS —Kershaw, Los Angeles, 212; Seattle VerlanderL,1-6 7 4 2 1 1 8 KansasCity Hendricks 5 7 3 3 1 7 J.Gomez 1 1 1 1 0 1 Scherzer, Washington, 201;Bumgarner, SanFrancis› F.Hernandez L,14-8 6 9 4 4 1 4 Gorzelanny 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 CuetoL,2-2 6 13 7 6 0 3 MotteW,8-1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Lu.Garcia 1 2 0 0 0 0 co, 180;Shields,SanDiego, 174;Arrieta, Chicago, Farquhar 1 1 0 0 0 0 Alburquerque 1 - 3 0 0 0 1 1 F.Morales 2 1 0 0 0 3 GrimmH,12 1 0 0 0 0 1 Neris 1 0 0 0 0 1 170; TRoss,SanDiego, 160; deGrom,NewYork, 1-3 2 3 3 1 0 B.Hardy Rodney 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 Boston Strop H,23 1 0 0 0 0 0 Miami 158. 1-3 1 1 1 2 1 N.Feliz Rasmusse n 1 0 0 0 0 0 OwensW,2-1 8 4 2 1 1 4 H.RondonS,22-26 1 1 0 0 1 1 K.FloresL,1-2 5 7 5 5 2 5 SAVES —Melancon, Pitsburgh, 38;Rosenthal, St. D.Rollins 11-3 3 3 3 1 3 B.Hardypitchedto 1batterin the9th. Hembree 1 0 0 0 0 1 Moylanpitchedto 1batter inthe 7th. Cordier 2 3 1 1 0 1 Louis,38;Kimbrel, SanDiego,35; Famila, NewYork, WP F.Hernandez. HBP byLewis(Gose). WP Alburquerque. WP F.Morales. WP Hendricks. Barraclough 2 1 1 1 1 2 33; Casila,SanFrancisco, 30;FrRodriguez, Milwau› T 3:06.A 35,770 (47,574). T 3:08. A 34,718(41,574). T 2:31.A 35,203 (37,673). T 2:53. A 39,211(40,929). Balk Cordier. T 2:36. A 19,391(37,442). kee,30;Storen,Washington, 29.





Timbers draw with Dynamo By Anne M. Peterson The Associated Press

PORTLAND L u c as Melano’s goal in the 86th minute pulled the Portland Timbers into a 2-2draw with the Houston Dynamo

on Friday night. I t was th e f i rst M L S

goal for th e A rgentine forward, signed by the Timbers last month, and it extended Portland’s un›

beaten streak at home to nine games. Oscar Garcia and Will

Bruin each scored in the first half fo r H ouston, which was missing key players because of injury as it fights to stay in play›

Juniors Continued from C1

oo stie or n The Associated Press GREENSBORO, N.C. Tiger Woods signed up for his first Wynd› ham Championship knowing a win would definitively keep his season from ending. He’s halfway there.

a m ea

COQUITLAM, British Columbia Candie Kung birdied four of her record with an 8-under 64 and take the second-round lead in the Cana›

dian Pacific Women’s Open. DeChambeau advancesto semis: OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill.


Seven different Central Oregon courses,

along with Tokatee, near Blue River in east› ern Lane County, blocked off valuable tee times this summer to host the tournaments.

Tim Fraley, a member of the COJGA board and the head professional at Awbrey Glen in

ry Mize birdied the par-5 18th hole

The sport’s biggest name put him› for a 5-under 67 and a two-stroke self in prime position to contend for his first victory in more than two

lead over Fred Couples and four others after the first round of the

years, one that would send him into Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic. the FedEx Cup playoffs. Horsey adds to lead in Denmark: Woods followed his best round AALBORG, Denmark England’ s since 2013 a first-day 64 with David Horsey shot a 4-under 67 to one almost as good. increase his lead to three strokes in Also on Friday: the European Tour’s Made in Den› Late birdie run gives Kung lead: mark tournament.

Bend, set the schedule for the tourneys over the winter. Registration for the tournaments was $75 Chuck Burton / The Associated Press

Tiger Woods putts on the 17th hole

during the second round of the Wyn› dham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Friday.

Darlington Nagbe nar› rowed it with a goal in the 76th minute. Portland has

scored 14 of its 28 goals


Hamlin takes NASCAR pole at Bristol

Garcia beat Kwarasey against the run of play

The Associated Press

in the 40th minute to put

Houston up 1-0. It was the first goal that the Timbers

had conceded at home in 313 minutes.

BRISTOL, T e nn. › Denny Hamlin set a track record in lead›

ing a Toyota sweep of the first two rows in qualifying at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Less than six m i nutes

later, Bruin took a feed from Brad Davis and blast› ed the ball past Kwara›

sey into the corner. It was Bruin’s fourth career goal against the Timbers.

Hamlin turned a lap at 131.407

the courses realize that doing their part

that, and they always talk about how fun it is

K ansas City for t h ird i n the Western Conference.

are knotted with Sporting

for the year, plus a $20 fee at each event. "That $20 goes directly to the course," Wasserman explained. "The courses are not making any money on these events, but they block off the times for us, because in building the sport by hosting the kids is advantageous. "When I show up, they (the courses) have peopletherethatmake sure we have everything we need. They are really great about

off contention.

this season in t h e f i n al 15 minutes. The Timbers

The volunteers, most of whom are par› ents, grandparents and relatives of kids in

and work water patrol (making sure players have water)," Wasserman said. Volunteers also provide walking scorers, tally scorers, a calli grapher forthe scoreboards, starters, starters assistantsand more.

day to share the second-round lead champion Bryson DeChambeau with rookie Tom Hoge. beat Ireland’s Paul Dunne 3 and 2 "I’m only at the halfway point," at Olympia Fields to advance to the Woods said. "Only 36holes.We' ve U.S. Amateur semifinals. still got a long way to go." Mize up two strokes in Washing› Woods and Hoge were at 11-un› ton: SNOQUALMIE, Wash. Lar› der 129. Hoge shot a 67.

the events." the program, take on myriad duties at each event. "At the tournaments, the volunteers han› dle check-in duties, marshal the course,

final six holes to match the course

Woods shot a 5-under 65 on Fri›

"There is a lot of behind-the-scenes work

that goes into it, like managing registration for the season and registration for each of

Racing. JGR drivers have won five of w as the 73rdseriesvictoryforBusch, the past six Sprint Cup Series poles. who holds the record for most wins JGR teammate Kyle Busch qual› in NASCAR’s second tier series. ified second and was followed by Beckman has 3rd-quickest Funny JGR driver Carl Edwards. Car run in NHRA history: BRAIN› Also on Friday: ERD, Minn. Jack Beckman had Kyle Busch races to 8th Xfinity the third-quickest Funny Car run

mph Friday to break the mark of victory at Bristol: BRISTOL, Tenn. in NHRA history in the Lucas Oil 131.362 mph set last August by Kev› BRISTOL, Tenn. Kyle Busch got NHRA Nationals. Beckman, who in Harvick. by leader Chris Buescher on an over› also owns the top two quickest runs It wa s H a mlin’s 22nd c areer time restart and pulled away for his in theclass,powered his Dodge Sprint Cup pole and continued a re› eighth career Xfinity Series victory Charger to a track-record 3.946 sec› cent dominant trend by Joe Gibbs at Bristol Motor Speedway. The win onds at 324.75 mph in qualifying. ›

to see the kids out there." The public and private courses see the promotional value of hosting the tourna›

ments, Wasserman continued, showing off their facilities as a way to get kids to come back out and play, and highlighting their clubs to the parents, who might be potential members. While COJGA’s numbers this year were

slightly down due to a high number of play› ers aging out after last year, the tournaments still drew well.

"We had a pretty large class that graduat› ed out," Wasserman said. "And maybe part of that (the decreased numbers) is that golf is down overall, but we still had good partic› ipation at most of the events. We see the ebb

and flows each year in the age divisions." The two most popular age groups this summer were the boys 9-11 and 12-13 age divisions, Wasserman said. The number of

players ranged from 55 at Tokatee to 90 at



as the other three top contenders. While Schrader is a good candidate

Continued from C1 OSU receivers coach

Continued from C1

to win a medal if any of the other

B rent Brennan said t h e

opportunity to carry the football gets the players charged up. "They’ re receivers, so naturally they’ re a little bit

selfish. So they like know› ing that they’ re going to get the ball in their hands,"

Brennan said. "When we call a play where they’ re going to get it, they know they’ re going to get it, so they’ re fired up about it."

Bolden ran the fly sweep regularly for the Beavers last season. He f i nished

with 118 yards on 19 car› ries in 2014 and gained 95

Multi-event athletes generally three falter, it is hard to see him tak› have a tough time staying healthy ing the gold. Harry Marra, Eaton’s coach since and competing in their 30’s. Over the past three years, Hardee has the decathlete’s last two years at the improved his personal-best marks University of Oregon, believes that in only two of the decathlon’s 10

this is Eaton’s time and that rust

will not be a factor. Marra recently events, in part due to injury. Still, Hardee should not be count› told TrackTown USA’s Curtis An› derson that Eaton is "better than I have ever seen him. Ever, ever, of speed, strength, stamina and co› ever." The coach also noted that Ea› ordination. He has competed at the ton and his wife, Canadian Brianne ed out. Physically, he comes close to matching Eaton’s rare combination

top world level for seven years, and Theisen-Eaton, the favorite for gold he has the maturity, experience and here in the heptathlon, are "phys› toughness that count for a lot in the ically and technically, both way more mature and way more experi› decathlon. Warner is the new face in the enced than ever." Eaton gave an indication that event.He broke through in Moscow two years ago, capturing the bronze Marra is correct in that assessment medal and showing great promise in setting two personal bests in the

Rahmel Do ckery go t three carries for 18 yards

past month. He vaulted a PR 17-8~/2 continued to improve, and his victo› at the FloTrack Throwdown Meet ry at the Pan-Am Games in Toronto in Portland two weeks ago, and he last month showed that he is on top blazed to a 45.55 time in the 400 in a of his game. meet in Atlanta in early August.

and Xavier Hawkins had three for 13 last season.

letes who can compete with Eaton

yards on 12 attempts as a

freshman in 2013.

Freshman Paul

L u cas

has been getting some car› ries during preseason prac› tice as well.

That makes for a good group to pick from. "I’m

excited," B olden

said. "We all have ability to make plays in space. It’ s always nice to get the ball and hit the field and make a play."

for the future. The 25-year-old has

Warner is one of the few decath›

Marra has also said that all de› cathlons are won by the athlete

on the track. He has run the 100 who best manages the inevitable meters in 10.28 seconds Eaton’s ups and downs of the 10 events. In best is 10.21 and has a PR of 13.27 other words, the athlete who is able in the 110 high hurdles, which is .08 to grind it out through two grueling seconds faster than Eaton’s best.

15-hour days on the track and on

Warner is also improving in the field events, though his pole vault

the field.

mark still trails Eaton and Hardee

maturity give the clear nod to Eaton, who says he is now fully

by nearly 2 feet. Schrader,28, is consistent and performs well in the big meets,

Athleticism, technical skill and healthy. But Hardee and Warner

but he is just not as athletic overall


championships in San Antonio, where Michael competed in both

the junior and senior races. "If we’ re training for the 100 free(style), he’s training at the

said Andrew clearly has the talent

He’s always fresh."

Phelps’ coach, Bob Bowman,

the Bird’s Nest and waved it to

the cheering crowd. He finished in 2 hours, 12 minutes, 27 sec› ondsto hold offYemaneTsegay ofEthiopia by40seconds.Munyo Solomon Mutai of Uganda was third. Defending world champion and 2012London Olympicgoldmedalist Stephen Kiprotich of Uganda wound up sixth. It was the first marathon win for Ghebresiassie, whoseparents en› couraged him to attend university over becoming an international runner. This turned out pretty good, too. The race beganearly with the temperature already hot. It only soared from there, with the thermometer reading 83 degrees Fahrenheit by the time the racers finished. Tsepo Ramonene ofLesotho was the surprise leader at the 35-kilo› meter mark of the race, but hefell back to 14th by the finish. — The Associated Press

as mature beyond his years and with my son, to train him, it’ s extremely well-adjusted. He has fantastic." plenty of i n t erests outside the Michael’s potential has already pool, beaming when he talks earned him a sponsorship deal about flying his drone or his de› with Adidas. While the compa› sire to get a dirt bike or the deep ny ismore focused on the 2020 religious faith passed on by his Olympics, Andrew believes he parents. has a legitimate shot at making "For so many people, it’s just the U.S. team for Rio 2016. eat, sleep and swim," Michael Not surprisingly, he has been said. "For me, it’s eat, sleep, swim, compared to Phelps, who qualified shoot my bow, wakeboard, Go› for his first Olympic team when he Pro, ride bikes, have fun. Then was only 15. The other Michael is swim again and eat and sleep." focused on the 100-meter breast› Peter insists he would never stroke and the 100 butterfly the push his son into a pursuit he does latter of which happens to be one not want to do. The father points of Phelps’ specialties. out that Michaela, already near 6 Only the top two at the U.S. tri› feet tall herself, would also be an als make the Olympic squad. "If I can drop another second excellent swimming prospect› except she has no desire to take

and a half in the next year, I have

up the sport. She is more into arts

from South Africa, competed on

and crafts, and her parents are fine with that.

a pretty good chance of being able to make the team," Andrew said.

the British version of the made› for-TV competition "Gladiators."

If Michael wakes up tomorrow and decides on a different direc›

tion, his parents, they say, would be firmly supportive. "We believe our kids are a gift we’ ve been given," Peter said. "If

"If I have a lane, I have a chance."

If he qualifies for the Olympics, his family will surely be along for the ride. Michael wouldn’t have it any


"Tokatee is a pretty long drive (about 80 miles west from Bend) and it was scheduled at the same time as an Oregon Golf Associ› ation junior tournament, so some of our kids

played in that (the OGA event)," Wasserman said. Wasserman explained that because fewer golfers were playing in COJGA events this year, tournaments typically were done tee›

ing off earlier in the day, which allowed the host courses to open for regular play at an earlier hour.

Besides the regular tournaments, COJGA three alsohosted the "6-8 experience" separate tournaments for the younger set

held on the Loop course at Awbrey Glen in Bend, in which about 15 6- to 8-year-old golf› ers participated.

"Thoseare fun,m orecasualevents,"W asserman said. "We don’t count the whiffs, because there can be some. The kids all get

chips and drinks and really seem to love it." While the youngsters are grouped most› ly by age, exceptions are made based on ability. "Our goal is to always put the kids in the best division where they are going to feel comfortable," Wasserman explained. "We move kids between divisions all throughout

the season based on how they play." The season-ending COJGA Cup took place last Sunday at the Ridge course at

Eagle Crest in Redmond where champions were crowned in nine divisions. Bend’s Mason Krieger and Ryan DeCas› tilhos both shot stellar 4-under-par, 68s in

the boys varsity division. Krieger won a playoff for the championship. Redmond’s Isaac Buerger also shot 68 to win the boys 14-15 age division, while Hol› The most improved players for the year were Reese Judish (12-13) and Josephine Fraser (girls varsity), both of whom im› proved their scoring averages by more than 20 shots from 2014.

For more information, go to the COJGA website at www.cojga.corn. — Reporter: 541-617-7868, kduke@bendbulletin.corn


(RIDGE COURSE) August16 Boys Varsity: Mason Krieger, Bend, 68 (won playoff) GirlsVarsity: Holly Froeiich, Bend, 83 Beys14-15: Isaac Buerger, Redmond, 68 Beys12-13:Jacob Tarkany, Bend,80 Boys Novice: Ryan Bailey, Bend,45 Girls Novice: Sophie Daifonsi, Bend, 44 Boys 9-11:Jake Seals, Bend, 42 (won playoff) Boys 9-11 (Short course): Luke Lindikoff, Bend, 42 (won playoff) Girls 9-11 (Short course): Madeiine McCieary, Bend58

"I wouldn’t be where I am with›

out my parents," he said, hardly sounding like the typical teen› people think that’s strange, that’ s ager. "I would never push them "He has a life," Peter Andrew fine. We love our children. It’ s away. I love them. I love what they said. "We do a lot of fun stuff. It’ s not weird to be with your kids do for me. " Everything we do, w e d o not just swim, swim, swim." and help them to succeed. I’m so Indeed,Michael comes across blessed. To get to be on the deck together." this is what he wants to do, we will put all our effort into it. If

the Awbrey Glen tournament this summer.

ly Froelich shot 83 to take the girls varsity drvrsron.

South Africa, while Tina, also

The father said there is noth› ing improper about being such a big part of Michael’s life. And, pace he races," the father went on. he added, the stereotype of the "If he’s training for the 200 free, overbearing parents pushing he’s training at that pace. When their single-minded focus on their he doesn’t make the pace, we stop. son could not be further from the He never goes into fatigue state. truth.

That’s why he can swim faster all the time. He doesn’t need to taper.

BEIJING Ghirmay Ghe› bresiassie becamethe youngest man to win the marathon at the world championships, using a late surge to take the title on aswel› tering day today. The 19-year-old Eritrean grabbed his country’s flag as heentered

could make it closer than many expect.

and physique (he’s already near› Continued from C1 ly 6 feet 6, and weighs about 190 His father puts him through a pounds) to someday become one regimen that challenges one of of the world’s top swimmers. the sport’s long-standing tenets: But, like many of the pool deck, Swimmers should do thousands Bowman wonders if the Andrew of yards, pushing themselves to Way is really going to work out the brink of their physical limits, for the best in the long term. "You always worry about too beforetapering back so they can be fresh for their important meets. much too soon," Bowman said. Andrew trains in short bursts, "You don’t want him to get burned always at the speed he would out." use during the actual race for Peter Andrew knows there are whatever event he is working on. plenty of skeptics questioning His father believes the method is whether he and his wife are just backed up by science, relying on another set of parents who got far the theories espoused by one of too involved in their child’s life, the revolutionaries of human per› who are trying to live out their formance, Dr. Brent Rushall. own dreams through him. Pe› "I’ ve never believed in the way ter was a swimmer in his native people train," Peter Andrew said during the recent U.S. national

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The price of crude oil fell and at one point dropped below $40 per barrel, the first time that has happened since March 2009. Natural gas also fell, while gold rose.

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By Joseph Ditzler Its affiliation with Anheus›

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for sale in Oregon in the first half of the year, according to the Oregon Liquor Control

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in Colorado to Denver and

add another four to six tanks.

Boulder. It also opened a new

It also plans to double the size of its building to accommodate

arm of international brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev

for an undisclosed sum, this year expanded distribution

brewpub in Portland, adding a third pub to its properties in Bend and Boise, Idaho. 10

Barrel beersarealso sold in Washington. The brewery employs about 50 people, Cox sard. "The beer’s selling really well, better than we expected,"

he said. "We' re atm ax capacity here at the brewery."

the expansion and for more

warehouse space, or build elsewhere in town on a site to be determined, Cox said. The brewery building built in 2011

on NE 18th Street measures 15,000 square feet, with anoth›

er 9,950-square-foot building added last year, according to Deschutes County property

He said the brewery cannot expand its distribution further

records. The bottling operation,

without expanding its pro›

which runs around the clock,

duction capacity. That means

five days a week, is also at capacity, Cox said. A new line would package more beer faster and in cans, as well as bottles. Currently, 10 Barrel

more fermentation tanks, more warehouse space and, possibly, a faster bottling line, he said. Marks Design & Met›

Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin

As part of a $13million expansion, 10 Barrel Brewing installed new fermentation tanks and plans on building new warehouse space and upgrading its bottling line.

cans only its Pub Beer, an American pale lager, and Cox said the company has no im› mediate plans to can any of its other beers, Apocalypse IPA

By Matthew Craft and Bernard Condon

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The Associated Press




concerns about a slowdown in tl


quickly spread to Europe, bat› tering major markets in Ger› many and France. In the U.S., the selling started early and




as well. A unit of China’s Citic Group Corp. is planning


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to invest $100 million in

the San Francisco-based company, a person familiar with the matter said.

Landing an investment from the state-controlled

entity may help accelerate Uber’s business in China.

"Investors are wondering if

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billion yuan ($1.1 billion)

stocks fell further Friday after a survey showed Chinese manufacturing weakened this month.

to expand in the country, with plans to start operat›

ney, CIO of Exencial Wealth

week, its worst weekly slump since 2011. That leaves the

main benchmark for U.S. in› vestments 7.7 percent below its all-time high within shoot› ing range of what traders call a "correction," a 10 percent drop from a peak. Markets began falling last week after China announced a surprise devaluation of its

currency, the yuan. Investors have interpreted China’s move as a sign that flagging growth in world’s second-largest economy could be worse than government reports suggest. On Friday, they got more bad news: A private survey showed another drop in manufacturing on the mainland. The Standard & Poor’s 500

index dropped 64.84 points, or 3.2 percent, to dose at 1,970.89. The Dow Jones industrial

average fell 530.94 points, or 3.1 percent, to 16,459.75. That’s 10 percent off its high, a correction.

The Nasdaq slid 171.45 points, or 3.5 percent, to 4,706.04.

"Concerns about slowing

growth in China are certain›

It’s investing more than 7

Investors play a card gameneer electronic boards displaying stock prices in Beijing o n Friday. Asian

to come from?" said Tim Court›

By the time it was over, the Standard and Poor’s 500 index had lost 5.8 percent for the


investment interest there

beaten-down oil companies, as well as Netflix, Apple and other technology darlings. Oil plunged below $40 for the first time since the financial crisis, and government bonds rallied as investors raced into hiding spots.


said to invest in Uber

mobile car-booking ser› vice is starting to draw



never let up. Investors ditched

Advisors. "This is about

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

business in China

The rout started in Asia and

growth isn’t coming from the U.S. or China, where is it going

But "at any point in time, we can put beer in a can," he said.

Bloomberg News Uber Technologies Inc. isn’t just ramping up its

China shook markets around

the world Friday, driving the U.S. stock market to its biggest drop in nearly four years.

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alworks LLC, of Vancouver, Washington, made the tanks. The brewery is still negotiat› ing its purchase of a new bot› tling and canning line. The brewery added six, 400-gallon tanks and plans to

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Commission. 10 Barrel, pur› chased last year by the U.S.

The Bulletin

ing in 50 midsized cities in

ly valid," said Jeremy Zirin, head of investment strategy

won’t raise its benchmark

yield on the 10-year Treasury

the next year. Users of the

interest rate at its September

note down to 2.04 percent.

at UBS Wealth Management. "But there doesn’t seem to be

meeting. Fed officials gath› In the commodity markets, ering next month will have gold gained $6.40 to settle at to weigh the global pressures $1,159.60 an ounce. Crude oil against evidence of a solid U.S. briefly dipped below $40 a job market and improving U.S. barrel for the first time since economic growth. March of 2009.U.S. crude fell "They have the luxury of 87 cents to close at $40.45 in being able to wait and see what New York. happens," Perli said. "But if A wide range of commod› the meeting was tomorrow, it’ s ities have been hammered probably fair to say that they this year as demand for raw wouldn’t tighten given all the materials has cooled off and as turmoil in the global markets." the U.S. dollar gains strength For all the markets’ jitters, against currencies used by many economists say they developing countries. Investors remain confident that the U.S. who once flocked to emerg› ing-markets like Brazil and economy is resilient enough to withstand a slowdown in Russia now shun them. Slower the developing world. And Eu› growth in China means their rope’s economy appears to be top customer no longer needs emerging from its long slump. the commodities they sell. Major markets in Europe Some argue that this isn’ t finished with deep losses on necessarily bad news. Beijing Friday. France'sCAC-40 fell3.2 is trying to shift from an econ› percent while Germany’s DAX omy that relies on selling cheap lost 2.9 percent. In Britain, the goods abroad to one based on FTSE 100 index dropped 2.8 steady consumer spending. percent. For U.S. investors, the sud› In Asia, the Shanghai Com› den sell-off that hit this week posite index suffered another is likely another bump in the steep drop of 4.3 percent. Ja› road, Zirin said, a short stretch pan’s Nikkei 225 lost 3 percent, when investors’worries about South Korea’s Kospi shed 2 the global economy bubble percent and Hong Kong’s Hang over. Otherwise, he said, given Seng fell 1.5 percent. the strength of the U.S. econo› Back in the U.S., government my, the market’s swoon was a "bit perplexing." bond prices rose, pushing the

Uber app complete almost 1 million rides daily in Chi›

any signal that the weakness abroad is slipping into the U.S. economy." Investors pointed to other reasons behind the recent sell›

off, such as falling prices for oil and other commodities as well as the relatively high prices investors pay for U.S. stocks comparedwith corporate earnings. "All of this is coming at a time when wehaven'thad a

correction" in many years,Zirin said. The last time the mar› ket slipped into a correction was in October 2011.

Until recently, investors seemed willing to shrug off any worrying news, confident that low interest rates from the Federal Reserve and rising

corporate profits would help push stocks higher. As a result, big drops were soon followed by big gains and the market would continue on its six-year run. The S&P 500 has more than tripled in value since the

financial crisis. Roberto Perli, head of global monetary policyresearch at Cornerstone Macro, said the market’s recent slump likely

means the Federal Reserve

na, which is expected to

outgrow Uber’s U.S. home market by the end of this year, Chief Executive Offi› cer Travis Kalanick wrote in a letter to investors in June. Citic-CP Asset Man›

agement, a joint venture between Citic Trust and Citic-Prudential Fund

Management, plans to invest about 80 percent of

the $100 million in Uber and about 20 percent in its China unit, said the person,

who asked not be identified because the plans are pri› vate. Uber has said that its

China unit could at some point be listed on the Chi› nese stock market, without

providing a time frame. Uber’s Beijing-based spokeswoman Huang Xue couldn’t immediately com› ment. A call to Citic-CP Asset Management outside

usual business hours went unanswered. It wasn’t clear how the

latest investment would impact Uber’s valuation,

which was pegged at about $50 billion m the last fi›

nancing round.

PEOPLE ONTHEMOVE • Mickey Hewltthas joined Harcourts TheGarner Group Real Estate, 2762 NW Crossing Drive, Suite 100,Bend, asa broker. Previously, Hewitt worked insalesfor arl Orlando, Florida, Hewitt homebuilder. Heearned his Oregon broker’s license inJune. • PeterS. Hickshas beenhired asan

employment attorney andlitigator at Jordan Ramis PC,Attorneys at Law, 360 SW BondSt., No. 510, Bend. Hicks has 22years of experience as a practicing attorney andhas represented local, regional and Hicks national clients in state andfederal courts and before administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and theEqualEmployment Opportunity

I Commission. • Gary Whltleyhas joined Cascade College Advisors LLC,which provides college selection guidance to students and is located at1011 "’ By SW EmkayDrive,Suite200,Bend. Previously, Whitley worked asa high school counselor at BendHighSchool for 23 years.

• Jeremy Green,anattorney with Bryant, Lovlien & Jarvis P.C.,591 SW Mill ViewWay, Bend, hasbeen named to SuperLawyer’s 2015 Oregon Rising Stars List. Green practices with a concentration Green in the areas of businessand real estate transactions, construction law, municipal law, employment lawandreal property taxation.

IN THE BACK ADVICE Ee ENTERTAINMENT W Religious services, D2-3 Support groups, D4 Volunteer search, D5 THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2015

O www.bendbulletin.corn/community


Sign-upsopenfor Days of Caring People interested in helping their community during the United Way of Deschutes County and Volunteer Connect’s 2015 Days of Caring can sign up for the event through its website at http: //www.volunteer› connectnow.or g/Volun› teer/Days-of-Caring/. Event organizers expect at least 250 volunteers will take part in this year’s event Sept. 18 and 19.Theywill have a chance towork on projects with at least 25 community orga› nizations in Crook and Deschutes counties.





Tryouts for rodeo queen Sept. 21 The Deschutes Coun› ty Fair may havejust ended, but preparations for next year arewell underway. Tryouts to find the 2016 Deschutes Fair and Rodeo Queenare sched› uled for 5 p.m. Sept. 21 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds. Judges will be look› ing for a rodeo queen with attributes that

include ability to ride a horse andexcellent public-speaking skills. She must be aresident in Crook, Jefferson or Deschutes counties. "I think it’s import› ant for rodeo queens to be able to speakto anybody, whether it’s a young child or an older person," said county fair staff member Kathy Russell. "They needto ride a horse andenjoy being a representative of the fair and rodeo." Those trying out must between 17and 20 years old at the time of the 2016 fair. For more information, call 541› 419-8925.

FAN wins10K in grant funding The Bend-areaFamily Access Network has received a $10,000 grant from the Clabough Foundation out of Rich› mond, Virginia. The Clabough Foun› dation was founded in 2001 and focuses its efforts on the High Country region of North Carolina and theDe› schutes watershed of Central Oregon. "We are very appre› ciative of the grant funds from The Clabough Foundation," FANex› ecutive director Julie Lyche said in a press release. "This grant will help to support our youngest and most needy children, those struggling to makeit from day to day." FAN works within all Deschutes County public schools as anad› vocate and resource for disadvantaged children of all ages. According to its website, the network assisted more than 10,000 people during the 2014-15 school year. This particular grant money will be focused on children ages0-5 and early-childhood programs that connect those families to health

and other humanser› vices. "The $10,000 grant will go a long way in our efforts to assist disad› vantaged children and family members each year," Lyche said. For more information about the Family Access Network or to inquire about getting involved, visit www.familyaccess› or call 541› 693-5675. — Bulletin staff reports


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Photos by Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin

Rob and Meta Reiter stand at the campsite they host as volunteers out of an RV in Tumalo State Park on Tuesday.


• Volunteer hosts keep Oregon’s state parks running smoothly By Mac McLean The Bulletin

One couple’s search for a parking spot in north› east Bend set them out on

a multi-season camping adventure. Full-time RVers Neta and Rob Reiter wanted to visit

their son and daughter-in-law in northeast Bend about seven

years ago and quickly learned their big rig could not stay in

Parks and Recreation Depart›

ment’s website. Camp hosts sell firewood, guide tours and

and ditched stolen cars. Its location about 4 miles west of

perform other routine mainte›

Redmond was responsible for more than 130 calls to Oregon

nance for a couple of months before they pack up their RVs

State Police dispatch center in 2007.

to work at a different Oregon

park or somewhere else in the

not go to there by ourselves,"

United States. Camp hosts are used at

said Josie Barnum, a park ranger with the Oregon State

state parks across the nation. Often it’s a volunteer position

Parks Department’s ’Ittmalo

with the benefit of a free place

management unit, which oversees Cline Falls, Pilot

to stay sometimes it’s a paid few hours. The solution: work› post. Either way, it’s a way to ing as volunteer camp hosts at see the country at a low cost.

Butte and Tumalo state parks.

’Ibmalo State Park.

River.)" The parks department

the subdivision more than a

The couple enjoyed the experience so much they’ ve

The Reiters head south to

someplace warm when Cen› tral Oregon’s temperatures

"One day we found a safe

out there in (the Deschutes banned the use of alcohol at Cline Falls and shut down its

year after year even though

start to cool. "We’ re sun worshipers,"

their son now lives on a farm just outside Sisters with plenty

Rob Reiter said. "We don’t like the cold white stuff or that

said. It also worked closely with area law enforcement to

of space for a RV.

gray wet stuff."

better patrol the park to drive

returned to host at the park

"We wouldn’t want to over›

stay our welcome (at our son’ s farm)," Neta Reiter said. More than 90 Oregon camp› grounds and day-use areas have at least one camp host on site, according to the Oregon

Cline Falls The Cline Falls State Scenic

Viewpoint gained a nasty reputation in the mid-aughts

as being a place where peo› ple partied hard, sold drugs


"We were kind of advised

campground in 2008, Barnum

Rob and Neta Reiter clean up a site for the next visitor after a camper checked out from Tumalo State Park. As hosts, the Reiters

have a number of duties including keeping the campclean.

its bad elements away.

mer since 2011, and the results

a reminder to evildoers that

A single RV campsite overlooking9.04 acresofthe park’s public space offered a lookout post for a camp host. Barnum said a volunteer has

of their presence have been tremendous. "The biggest question we get is, ’Where are the water› falls?’" said Bill Smith, a park

someone can call the police at any time. "Nobody knows

stayed at this site every sum›

host who sees his presence as

where the falls are. They

aren’t where people would ex› pect them to be." See Camp hosts /D4

Dumpster divers:morethan just garbage in that trash can By Elana Dure

exciting, but also profitable› Zanis said he earns $20,000 Greg Zanis has been "look› to $40,000 a year selling other ing for gold" since 1955. Of people’s trash. course, "gold" is a very loose Have grill, will scavenge term. The treasure may ap› Chicago Tribune

pear in the form of a television

"You can’t believe the trea›

set, mannequin or moped, but

sures you get," said Zanis, an Aurora, Illinois, resident. He

Zanis doesn’t discriminate. If the find has value, he is sat›

posts videos of his excursions

isfied. After all, not everyone to his YouTube channel, The› has such luck looking inside a DreamCar. "It’s not just about dumpster. garbage.... (People are) mak› A carpenter by day and ing a living of this." scavenger by night, Zanis, The diving world is a sort 64,spends a lotofhis free of underground, dark-of-night timesearching area dumpkind of culture. It’s secretive, sters and garbage routes for potentially dangerous and neglected items he can pluck not for germophobes or the and sell to junkyards or indi› easily frightened. Outsiders viduals. He learned the skills rarely know the world exists, of scrapping from his father but those who join it usu› and passed down the family ally alone or with a partner trade to his children. The know to follow the frag› unofficial business is not only mented community’s list of

unwritten rules, publicized by Jeremy Seifert’s film "Dive!" Among them:

’! ill ’

• The first one to the dump›

ll!II! jllll!II, s

ster that day gets first dibs. Never encroach on another diver’s territory.

• Leave the dumpster cleaner than you found it.

The worst thing you can do is make a mess. • Never take more than

you need. It’s just common courtesy. Zanis lives by these rules,

especially the first: If he sees another scavenger en route, he’ ll ask where the seeker

plans to dive and avoid those spots. He doesn’t want to step on anyone’s toes. What many don’t realize

Michael Noble Jr. I chicago Tribune i TNS

Greg Zanis, 64, unloads crates from the bed of his truck for scrap at S&S Metal Recyclers II in Illinois. Zanis has been scrapping

since he was 4years old.

is that diving is legal every›

hibited. As long as a person does not trespass on private

however, certain communities that are less accepting than

where in the United States

property to reach a dumpster,


except where explicitly pro›

diving is welcome.. There are,




ews wei


anis ci izens Complicated identity

By Nina Shapiro The Seattle Times


On a recent

Devin Naar, chairman of the Sephardic studies pro›

morning, in a r oomful of people dedicated to keeping the centuries-old Jewish lan› guage of Ladino alive, Doreen Alhadeff explained why she plans to become a Spanish

gram at the University of Washington, said that more than in any other city in the

U.S., Seattle’s Sephardic com› munity has hung onto the

citizen. "It’s symbolic," said Al›

customs and practicesof the

former Ottoman empire. Se› attle' s Sephardim say prayers

hadeff. "For me, it’s something that was taken from my an› cestors and I want it back."

that incorporate Ladino


language that some scholars believe originated after the expulsion from Spain and religious music with a Middle

Spain expelled its once-nu› merous Jews in 1492 during the Inquisition, sending the so-called Sephardic popula›

Eastern flair. This complicated identity

tion into the Ottoman empire

and beyond. Following a re› surgence of interest in this

may helpexplain why Ezra

part of its past, Spain passed

Bess aroth Rabbi R o n -Ami Meyers said he is not yet see›

a law in June that conveys citi› zenship rights on descendants

ing wide-scale enthusiasm for Spanish citizenship.

of the diaspora.

Luis F ernando

E s teban,

Spain’s honorary consul in Washington and Oregon, said Jews who reject their Spanish heritage may be missing an opportunity specifically, the opportunity to immerse themselves in "15 centuries" of Jewish history, beginning

There are, however, condi› tions. That plus resentment toward a country that pro›

duced a defining and tragic moment in Sephardic history is causing Seattle’s unusu› ally large and vibrant Sep› hardic population to view the offer with mixed emotions.

Steve Ringman/Seattle Times/TNS

"They kicked us out and Doreen Alhadeff speaks to the Ladino class at The Summit at First Hill retirement community about Spanish citizenship in Seattle. Isaac now they’ re making us go Azose and his wife, Elisa, listen at right. Alhadeff plans to become a Spanish citizen. "It's not for everybody," she acknowledged. through hoops?" said Vic› tor Amira, a member of the "Ladineros" a group that "I think it’s got to ring to you Righting wrongs? c ommitment to r i ghting it s Then there’s the fact that meets weekly at The Summit on another level." Alhadeff, a 64-year-old re- pastabuses,asA lhadeff sees not all Sephardic Jews see at First Hill, a Jewish retire› It rings for Alhadeff, who al-estate agent with cropped it. She pointed out that she Spain as the focal point of ment community, to study let› cofounded an online site for hair and a penchant for dan› worked on t h e c o nference their identity. " My p arents w er e b o r n ters and texts in the onetime the local Sephardic communi› gling earrings, grew up in out of a government-funded language of the Sephardim. ty and belongs to a prominent Seward Park still the heart Sephardic center and that a in Turkey," said Ladinero Addressing Alhadeff, who family within it. Her grand› of Seattle’s Sephardic com› Spanish brochure and web› member Marlene Souria› had come to brief the group mother Dora Levy is believed munity hearing her grand› site map historic Jewish set› no-Vinikoor. "We don’t eat as part of an ongoing effort to be the first Sephardic wom› parents speak Ladino. Her tlements around the country. paella," she continued, refer› to spread the word, Amira an to come to Seattle, arriving grandmother, a onetime in› S he visited the t ow n o f ring to the classic Spanish was referring to requirements in 1906. The first Sephardic terpreter who spoke Ladino, Avila, where the government dish. "We adopted a Turkish that include passing Spanish men, two friends named Jacob Yiddish, Turkish and English, preserved an ancient Jewish cuisine." She cited as an ex› language and cultural-knowl› Policar and Solomon Calvo, was an especially important cemetery, one of a number ample stuffed grape leaves, edge tests, getting certifica› had arrived in 1902. Policar is figure in her life. of remnants of Jewish life which she and her relatives tion of one’s Sephardic her› the grandfather of Alhadeff’s She used to call Alhadeff still to be seen. She went to refer to by the Turkish name, itage and traveling to Spain husband, Joseph Alhadeff, "mi alma," an endearment the another town, until recently Yaprakes. "I feel very strongly that I to finalize the paperwork for who develops realestate for younger woman didn’t think called Castrillo Matajudios dual citizenship. the Benaroya family. much about until she went to (Spanish for Camp Kill Jews), am Turkish," agreed Ladin› Amira was also reacting These and other Sephardic Spain as a college student and where the populace voted to ero leader Isaac Azose, an to an article passed around pioneers, hailing largely from heard someone in a cafe use change its name to Castril› 85-year-old r e t ired c a n tor among the L a dineros that Turkey and Greece, built a the term. lo Mota de Judios (Jews’ Hill who traces his roots to the " I almost fell out o f m y Camp). put the cost of applying at community with a culture and Turkish island of Marmara. "The Spain of today is Reiterating that Spain kicked $5,600 an erroneous figure language distinct from the chair," recounted A l hadeff, Alhadeff labels "ridiculous." Yiddish-speaking Ashkenazi who just then realized that clearly not the Spain of 1492," the Jews out, he said he pre› (The application fee is cur› Jews of Central and Eastern the e n dearment s t emmed Alhadeff said. fers to honor Turkey as "the rently pegged at 100 euros, Europe. from the Spanish words for But those who view Spain country that took us in." slightly more in U.S. dollars.) The Sephardic population "my soul." It was one of the with a jaundiced eye wonder Sephardic Bikur H o lim Still, Am ir a i s i n c ensed. around the Puget Sound, things that made her feel a whether the country’s new Congregation, i n S e ward "They should pay us!" he said. which represents 8 percent deep affinity for Spain. embrace ofthe Sephardim Park, emphasizes its "unique " I’ ve heard t h a t many of the region’s overall Jewish This spring, living in Spain stems fr om "a pragmatic Turkish customs" on its web› times: ’They kicked us out,’" population, numbers about for three months to help orga› move by Spain to attract Jew› site. Nearby Congregation r esponded Alhadeff. Y e t 5,000, according to a 2 0 14 nize an international confer› ish business, investment and Ezra Bessaroth says on its Spain, she said, is spending a Jewish Federation survey. ence of Sephardic Jews, she tourism," as Rabbi Mare An› website that the Sephardic "fastidiously" lot of time and energy making That makes the community reaffirmed her c o nnection. gel, director of the Institute synagogue amends. the third largest in the coun› Although only about 40,000 for Jewish Ideas and Ideals upholds the traditions of its "It’s not for everybody," she, try, after New York and Los Jews live in Spain today, in New York, put it in a blog homeland not Spain, but nevertheless, acknowledged. Angeles. the government has made a post last year. the Greek island of Rhodes.

with the Jews’ arrival in Spain

as administrators for the Ro› man empire. Esteban said

Spain’s libraries contain a

wealth of Jewish texts, includ› ing those of the revered 12th

century Jewish philosopher Maimonides. Spanish citizenship has oth›

er benefits, too, Alhadeff point› ed out. People without ade› quate health insurance could

take advantage of Spain’s free medical care. And those in less prosperous or safe coun›

tries than the U.S. might see Spain as a sanctuary. A Spanish passport could facilitate travel throughout Europe and in countries that h ave tense r elations w i t h

the U.S., said Alhadeff’s son, 36-year-old Loren Alhadeff. That’s one reason he said he’ s

very excited about the law. He also hopes it will reignite Sephardic pride among his generation. Still, he noted that he has

two young children, 1 and 3, and a demanding job as a se› nior vice president of sales at

a tech company. So he said part of his decision whether to seek Spanish citizenship will depend on the details of the process, which are not yet ful› ly known. For instance, how

hard is the language test? "I don’t know if I can carve out more time to take Spanish

classes right now," he said.

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CONCORDIA LUTHERAN MISSION:The Rev. Willis C. Jenson; "God Embraces Sinners to Save Through the Gospel of Christ Crucified for Sinners," based on Isaiah 29:18; 11 a.m. Sunday; 10 a.m. Sunday school; Terrebonne Grange Hail, 828611th St., Terrebonne; 541-325-6773 GRACE BIBLECHURCHOFBEND: Pastor Phil Kooistra; "The Pharisee and the Publican," based on Luke 2117. 18:9-14;10 a.m. Sunday; 5:30 p.m. Sunday youth group; 63945 Old Bend Redmond Highway, SERVICES Bend; 541-728-3897 or www. ANTIOCHCHURCH:Pastor Ken or wwwsutheransonline.corn/ Wytsma; "Faithfulness," part of the HOLY COMMUNION EVANGELICAL concordialutheranmission. series "Fruit of the Spirit," based on CATHOLICCHURCHOFBEND: The Galati ans5;9:30a.m.Sunday;7 p.m . DISCOVERY CHRISTIANCHURCH: Rev. James Radloff; Bible study,10 Mondayhighschoolyouthgroup;7 Minister Dave Drullinger; "Hitting the a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesdays, 587 p.m. Wednesday junior high youth Mark Again," based on1 Timothy NE Greenwood Ave.; 541-408-9021 I:12-17 and Romans 7:15-20; 10 group; Bend High School, 230 NE or info' Sixth St., Bend; 541-318-1454 or a.m. Sunday; noon Thursday sack lunch Bible study; 334 NW Newport JOURNEYCHURCH: Pastor Keith Ave., Bend; 541-382-2272 or www. Kirkpatrick; "Why BadThings BELIEVERSBIBLE FELLOWSHIP Happen to GoodPeople"; 9a.m.,11 discoverychristianchurch.corn. CHURCH:Pastor Gary Breegle; a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday; 70 NW "Pride and Humility," part four of EASTMONT CHURCH:Guest Newport Ave., Bend; 541-647-2944 the series, "Practical Christianity," Speaker Bruce Tissell; service or www.journeyinbend.corn. based on James 4; 10:30 a.m. based on Philippians 3:7-11; 8:30 Sunday; 9:30 a.m. Bible study; a.m. (traditional hymn service) and MOST SACRED HEART,ROMAN CATHOLICCHAPEL: Father Super 8 Hotel, 3629 SW 21st Place, 10 a.m. (contemporary service) Bernard; Traditional Catholic Redmond; 54I-974-8694 or www. Sunday; 62425 Eagle Road, Latin Mass; 9 a.m.Sunday, Bend; 541-382-5822 or www. confessions heard before Mass; eastmontchurch.corn. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: 1051 SW Helmholtz Way, Redmond; Pastor Charlie End!cot; "What’ s EMMAUS LUTHERANCHURCH, 541-548-641 6. Love Got To Do With It?"; 10 a.m. LCMS:Pastor David Poovey; NATIVITY LUTHERANCHURCH Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday 4Twelve 9:15 a.m. Bible study, 10:30 a.m. ELCA:Pastor Charley Bade; Youth Group; 19831 Rocking Horse worship; 2175 SW Salmon Ave., "Sundays After Pentecost," based Road, Bend; 541-382-6006 or Redmond; 541-548-1473. on Joshua 24, Psalm 34:15-22, www.bendchristianfellowship.corn. FATHER'S HOUSE CHURCH: Chuck and John 6:56-69; 9 a.m. informal BEND CHURCHOFTHE and Lori Gipson; "Explanation of worship, 11 a.m. formal worship NAZARENE:Pastor Virgil Askren; Jesus Film International"; 10 a.m. Sunday; 9 a.m. Wednesday prayer "Faith Works Arrogance/ Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday youth group; 10 a.m. Wednesday Bible Humility," based on James 4:13-17; group; 61690 Pettigrew Road, study; 60850 Brosterhous Road, 8 a.m. casual worship, 10:15 a.m. Bend; 541-382-1632 or www. Bend; 541-388-0765 or www. regular worship, Sunday; 9 a.m. nativityinbend.corn. (Hispanic service) Sunday;1270NE THE FELLOWSHIP ATBEND:Loren NEWPORTAVENUECHURCH 27th St., Bend; 541-382-5496 or Anderson; "Dress Up," based on OF CHRIST:Dean Catlett; "How Genesis 27; 10 a.m. Sunday, free to Havea Happy Homecoming," COMMUNITY BIBLECHURCH barbecue will follow; 6 p.m. Sunday based on Luke 15:11-32; 10:45 a.m. AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen youth group; 21530 Butler Market Sunday worship; 6 p.m. Wednesday Schaumloeffel; "Soul Restoration," Road, Bend; 541-385-3100 or www. adult Bible study; 554 NW Newport part of the series, "Rest for the tfab.corn. Ave., Bend.; 541-382-5242 or www. Weary," based on Psalm 23:3; FIRST PRESBYTERIANBEND: churchofchristbendoregon.corn. 9:30 a.m. Sunday; I Theater Drive, Morgan Schmidt; "Rhythms of REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH: Sunriver; 541-593-8341 or www. Grace: Reclamation of Youth Day"; Pastor Mike Yunker; "Wandering: 10 a.m. Sunday; communion Setting Boundaries," based on COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN service noon Wednesday; 230 NE Numbers chapters 26 and 32-34; CHURCH:Pastor Rob Anderson; Ninth Si., Bend; 541-382-4401 or 8 a.m. traditional hymn service, 10 "Faith How Should it be a.m. contemporary service with full M easured?" based on Matthew 8:5- FOUNDRYCHURCHOFBEND: children’s ministry, Sunday; 2880 13; 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday; 529 Mark Sue; "How Should I Give?"; NE 27th St., Bend; 541-312-8844. NW19th St., Redmond; 541-548› 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 60 NW Oregon SAINT JACOBOFALASKA 3367 or Ave., Bend; 541-382-3862 or www.

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Sunday School - 9:45am (Bible Classes for all ages) Prayer Time - 10:40am Worship - 10:50am Evening Bible study - 6:00pm Evening Worship - 7:00pm WEDNESDAY Ladies Bible Study - 10:00am Bible Study and Prayer - 7:00pm FOUNDRYCHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon Ave, 541-382-3862 Pastor Trevor Waybright

SundaySchool classes are at9:00am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am

This Sunday at Foundry Church, Mark Sue will continue in the series on "Faith and Finances". For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities, Call 541-382-3862 HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH

3100 SWHighland Ave.,•Redmond

541-548-4161• hbcred Lead Pastor Dr. Barry Campbell Worship Saturday 7 PM. Worship Sunday 8, 9:30 F 11 A.M.

The Rev. Jed Holdorph II, Rector


Potluck Suppers, Centering Prayer, Outreach, Music, Book Discussions, "Spirit" ed Conversations, Justice and Eco-Justice Activities, Women’s Group and more... www.facebook.corn/IYinityBend m(n(stry@trin(

541-389-8888 Ext. 200

Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday - 7:30 am 8 10:00 AM Domingo 12:30-M isa en Espanol

Sunday Worship: Sunday School at 10:00 AM Worship Service at 11:00 AM ForBoth Children andAdults

Reconciliation Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Weekly Programs: TuesdayYouth Nightat5:00 PM Wednesday Women’s Group at 9:30 AM ThursdayMen'sGroup at2:00 PM

Pastors Lts. Jeremy and Violet Aird NKW HOPE EVANGELICAL

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

SERVICES Saturday, August 22 10:00 am; Bar Mrtzvah of Davrd Feldman Congratu(atrons to Davrd and hrs family

Everyone is Welcome! Rev Dave Beckett

Wednesday, September 23 10:00 am: Yom Kippur M orningService I:30 pm: Family Jonah Service

3:00pm: Afternoon Service 4:30 pm: Memorial/Yizkor Service 5:15 pm: Neilah Service 6:00 pm: Break-The-Fast Dinner: Reservations required Every Monday 12:00 - I:00 pm - Weekly Torah Study Call for information and location

Registration beginning now for Sunday school and Hebrew School For the complete schedule of Services and Events go to:

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

SundayWorship 9:00 am F 10:45 am



August Recess- Resumes in September BOOK GROUP

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.


Themission oj the Churchis to forgive sins through the Gospeland iherebggrani eternal life. St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10

10 am Sunday School 11 am Divine Service

Contact us at 541-382-7504 or

August 22 8 23, 2015 at Westside Church› WEST CAMPUS Pastor Jim Stephens will share the third message in the "Mixtape" series, titled Being Rfgfit, at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9 and 10:45am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NWShevlin Park Rd, Bend.

August 23, 2015 at Westside Church› SOUTH CAMPUS Pastor Jim Stephens will share the third message in the "Mixtape" series, titled BeingRfght at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE 3rd St., Bend.


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

Deschutes County Library 6:30-8:00 pm

Childcare provided

The Rev. Willis C, Jenson, Pastor 8286 11th Street (Grange Hall) Terrebonne, OR www.lutheransonline.corn/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773

Pastor Jerry Kaping will share the third message in the "Mixtape" series, titled Nothing to Lose,on Sunday at 10:45am at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.

August22 8 23,2015atW estside ChurchONLINE CAMPUS Join us at our online campus where Jim Stephens will share the third message in the "Mixtape" series, titled. BefngRight at 6:30pm Saturdayand at8,9 and 10:45am on Sunday at

August 23, 2015 Westside Church› ON THE RADIO Jenna Javens will share the second message in the "Mixtape" series, titled Memorial Stoneson the Heirbome radio

show at 8:30am Sundaymorning

Reading Room:

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Dave Beckett

BEND CHURCH OF THK NA1ARENK 1270 NE 27 Street • 541-382-5496

9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service Nursery Care & Children’s Church ages 4 years - 4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

10;00 am 50+ Brble Study


Worship in the Heart of Redmond

Tues. through Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm Open briefly after Sunday Service

Visit for service times and locations, or call 541-382-7504.


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This Summer at CLC Summer Sundays Schedule 9:30 AM in the Amphitheater WednesdayMid-week Services 7 PM Nursery Care and Children’s programs provided for all services.

Youth Group: 10:30am Sunday for Middle and High School Youth Mondays 630 pm Centering Prayer Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BEND 230 NE Ninth, Bend (Across Ninth Street from Bend High)

Embodying Spacious Christianity Rhythms of Grace Reclamation of Youth Day Preaching is Morgan Schmidt Sunday, August 23 Cw10:00am Coffee8 connecting at9:30am 11:00am join us for QSA about Tap, a new evening worship experience beginning September 13 Nursery care provided for all services Sunday School offered for morning services Kits For Kids Community Project Providing hygiene kits for homeless kids and youth. Help us build and fill 1000 kits by the start of the school year. Leam how you can help at

Labyrinth Moonset F Moonrise Walks Meet others at the labyrinth just below First Presbyterian’s parking lot for a meditative walk. August 29, 6:15am, September 2, 8:00pm, October 10morning re treat 9:00am noon and October 27, 8:00pm. Find more at

our community to enter a nationwide energy-saving competition with a $5 million prize. Sign up at

End Of Summer Celebration Sunday, September 6, 11:00am-12:30pm, First Presbyterian. Community BBQ celebrating a beautiful Central Oregon summer and the generous community that is First Presbyterian. Wefil take care of all the fixings for burgers, hotdogs and veggies, burgers as well as drinks. Please bring a

dessert to share if you choose. Contact Caitlin Jarvis at cjarv( if you can help event day. 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend, 541.382.4401

www facebook corn/bendfp Youth Events: www.facebook.corn/ bendyouthcollectivePresbyterian


Sunday, August 23 at 10:30am "The Wisdom of Poet William Stafford"› Dennis and Helen Schmidling, Guest Speakers

Beloved Oregon poet and pacifist William Stafford lived and wrote with deep honesty, courage, and attentiveness to human relationships and the natural world. Although he was not a Unitarian Universalist, his work reflects many of the concerns expressed in our UU principles. Dennis and Helen Schmidling, active in the Friends of William Stafford, will share their insights into Stafford’s life and work and lead us in reading some of his poetry. Religious Exploration K-3 will enjoy an exploration in Fables and Folktales: "Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears", a tale from West Africa.

Grades 4-8 will discuss next steps for the social action project the RE program is working on: making school supply bags for younger residents at the Bethlehem Inn.

CHURCH & SYNAGOGUE DIRECTORY LISTING Effective May 1, 2015 4 Saturdays and TMC:

$>2S 5 Saturdays and TMC:

Sunday Worship Services at 10:00 am

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241

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


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Tesmalo Commssnltg Church 64671 Bruce Avenue, Bend OR 97703 Sunday service at 10:30 a.m.

Coffee, snacks and fellowship after each service

Aug. 23: Guest Speaker, Pastor Jim Crowley from the Central Oregon Police Chaplaincy

M-W-F Women’s Exercise 930 am WednesdayBible Study atnoon 3rd Thursday Women’ s Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm

Join us for our community Potluck at noon after services at the Tumalo Community Fellowship Hall next to the church.

3rdTuesday Men'sClub 6:00pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach 1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756. 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.corn A


9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children F Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship Fellowship following both services.


Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages.

"DIY Psalm 127:I Do It Yourself...How’s that working"

Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

Meeting place: 61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend 97701 Mail; P.O. Box 428, Bend OR 97709 (541) 385-3908

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

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

on KBND-AM 1110

1563 NW First St.

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862

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

We are a Welcoming Congregation

"During the Week: Women’s Groups, Men’ s Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music & Fellowship


August 23, 2015 at Westside Church›

2nd Tuesday of each month Next Session September 8 Falling Upward by Richard Rohr FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,SCIENTIST Contact prayer@ho( 1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100 for more information (South of Portland Ave.) Morning Session Church Service & Sunday School: 10 am Touchmark River Lodge Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm 9:30-11:00 am Childcare provided. Evening Session

Contact us (541) 408-9021

9:00am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9am service 11;00am - Traditional Service


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

Scripture: I Peter 3:1-7 SermonIdea:How do we accept the authority of scripture for our lives when much of its truth is filtered through a human culture that was not based on the equality of all people but dominated and ruled by males? Theologian, H. Richard Niebuhr’s classic, "Christ and Culture," discusses questions of how culture influences the truth of Christ.


Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule: 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


9:00 am Family Oriented Service 5:00 pm Young Adult, Youth & Family Oriented Service Bend Senior Center 1600 SE Reed Market Road

Sermon: "B.Y.O.B. Series" (Bring Your Own Bible)

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren


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

Celebrate Recovery Tuesdays, 6:30 PM.


Sunday, September 13 7:00 pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah Service


The Bend Area Challenge Created to help everyone in Bend save energy The BendEnergyCh allenge also enables

(In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW BondStreetBend, OR


9 30 8 11 A M.

Family Night Wednesdays Jan. 7- March 18, 2015 5-5:45 PM. Dinner 6-7:30 PM.Small group studies for all ages Babies through adult

Rabbi Johanna Hershenson


Sunday small groups, all ages Children’s Worship, preschool thru 5th grade 11 A.M.

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


Unless otherwise noted, all services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street

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

Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Saturday 8:30 - 9:30 AM

is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice. Our monthly activities include: Services, religious education for children and adults, Hebrew school, Torah study, social action projects and social activities

Tuesday, September 22 7:00 pm: Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur

For more Information: www.facebook.corn/ TheSalvationArmyCentralOregon

Exposition & Benediction Monday-Friday after 7;00 AM Mass to 6:00 PM Tuesday (Family Holy Hour) 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM


Monday, September 14 10:00 am: Rosh Hashanah Service 3:00 pm; Family Fun in Pioneer Park 4:00 pm: Tashlich Ceremony F Picnic. Reservations required.


Sunday 4:30 pm Monday Fr -iday 7:00 am F 12:15 pm

Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd., Bend, OR 97701 Our Shabbat Services are on Saturdaymornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries include: • Davidic dance and worship • Children’s ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy

21555 Modoc Lane (Corner of Ward and Modoc in Bend) unless othenvise noted.

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

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH Comer of Franklin and Lava MASSES Saturday 8:00 am

HOUSE OF COVENANT Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you’ re interested in learnintg he Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at:

Visit us on the web at or contact us at 541-385-5439

Youth Events: www.facebook.corn/BendYouthCollective

(Nursery available)

Church ONce: 541-389-8787 E-ma(I: theriverCamai(shack.corn Send to: PO Box 808, Bend OR 97709

All Services held at our Dedicated Synagogue Building

Wednesday Noon Eucharist (in the Trinity chapel please use St. Helens St. entrance)

57255 Fort Rock Road Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm "We are a church family, centered on the Eucharist, living and sharing our faith and God-given talents and gifts."

Sunday, 3 pm at the Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend Sunday School 2 years - 5th grade Nursery 0-2 years Visitors welcome

We are a ronrnrunftg oj Christians whowekome diversitgin theology andworld view.



Friday, August 28th, 7PM Kabalat Shabbat Service in honor of Harrison Lowy

Wednesday, September 23rd Yom Kippur Ne’ilah Service 6:45PM followed by Break-the-Fast

Sunday Services: 8am and 10:15am Sunday Adult Forum: 9:15am Childcare available both services


Bus available for Sundays

Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Sunday Mass 8:00 am

Traditional Hymn Service - 8:30am Senior Adult Classes - 10:00 am Upper Campus

Thomas L. Counts, Pastor



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

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

Wednesday, September 23rd Yom Kippur Day Service 10AM, Children’s Service 1(AM


Tuesday Mass 6 pm, Wednesdayand Friday Mass 9:00am Sunday Mass - 10:00 am


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

Kol Nidre 6:30 Sh arp(

For more information


120 Mississippi Drive Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm

Look forward to seeing you this Sunday!

You’ re invited to a Worship Service: " The Connecting Power of Love" Sunday, September 13 I:30pm-3:30pm OSU Cascades Building 2600 College Way Bend, Oregon Fellowship and refreshments to follow

Coming in 2016: Saturday, September 5th, 10AM Shabbat an Oregon Regional Seminar "How to Survive Spiritually in Our Times" Morning Service, Bar Mitzvah Harrison Lowy With guest speaker Rodney Jones, Sunday, September 13th Rosh Hashanah Eckankar Clergy, Evening Service 7PM Jazz guitarist from New York City April 15-17, 2016 Monday, September 14th Rosh Hashanah University Place Hotel Near the Portland State University Campus Day Service 10AM, Children’s Service 1(AM Portland, Oregon Tuesday, September 22nd Yom Kippur›

mornings, offering distinct music styles.

Contemporary Service - 10:00am Children’s Ministry from Nursery-5th Grade Lower Campus


Experience the (Jewish Community of Central Oregon) Lightand Sound ofGod "Learn to go inside yourself, because this is A Warm, Joyful, and Welcoming Community the source of all truth. There are a lot Serving Central Oregon for 25 years. of holy temples out here, but the most We Welcome Newcomers, Interfaith sacred of all is the temple inside you, Families and Jews by Choice because this is where you meet with the Participation Encouraged Holy Spirit, the Voice of God" For information, call 541-385-6421 Harold Klemp Please Visit: www.jccobend.corn "Spiritual Experiences Guidebook"

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Scrapping Continued from 01

Always onthe lookout Zanis finds an assortment of items such as bicycles or dinette sets. He even found

"Anybody can do it; you just have to swallow your pride. A lot of people don't have the nerve to do what I'm doing.... Dumpster diving is a free-for-all. Ninety percent of the people think its illegal or are scared to do it." — Greg Zanis, 64, who hasbeenscrapping for years

a full set of patio furniture

once.apically he will scout

the Aurora area three or four times a week with his two

sons. When the pick is good, they may even fill their truck a fifth time. On weekdays, they stick to garbage routes and look for the goodies peo› ple leave out on the curb. On weekends they go for a dive and dig around store dump› sters. This is when Zanis usually hits the jackpot. "My life might seem over› whelmed by this, but I keep a spotless shop," said Zanis, who piles his metallic finds into his garage and waits to

During her first trip, Zak› Battling the stigma roff said she was stunned to Both Zakroff and Zanis see the amount of food in the

have had to defend their div›

dumpster boxes of lettuce ing. Zakroff said she uses just past their expiration discretion before telling peo› dates, bags of freshly baked ple she occasionally dump› bread that won’t sell the next ster dives. "Not everyone is c o ol morning, cans of t omato sauce too dented to be mar›

about it," she said.

ketable. She said some stores donate food to shelters. But

Zanis said he r eceived similar reactions when he even so, the surplus of left› has mentioned diving. "There is a connotation over food is overwhelming, and some things are bound that people look down at us,"

to be thrown away. Divers

he said. However, instead

have to be willing to risk eat› ing spoiled food if it means sell them in bulk. He often they might save something rips apart products and recy› edible in the process. cles their scraps gold from There are several reasons VCRs and computers, copper someone may dive for food, from TVs to take the metal Zakroff said. Some enjoy to different junkyards. Zanis the hunt, others want to save

of getting offended, Zanis said he just smiles and tells people how much money he makes a year doing it. After that, judgment subsides, and everyone laughs. "Anybody can do it; you just have to swallow your said he watches the market money and some, of course, pride," Zanis said. "A lot of closely and sells his scraps at can’t afford to eat any other people don’t have the nerve the most profitable times. way. A select few f r ee› to do what I’m doing. "We are like squirrels," gans, who minimally par› Dumpster diving is a free› he said. "We hang on to our ticipate in the conventional for-all. Ninety percent of the stuff until the price is right." economy and consumption people think its illegal or are Dumpster diving is a hob› of resources— feel a mor- scared to do it." by for some, a lifestyle for al obligation to reduce and others. For Zanis, it’s a mix› ture. Not only does the pas› time provide him with extra

recover the amount of food wasted in this profit-driven

economy. income, it also gives him an Approximately 40 percent, adrenaline rush the ele› or the equivalent of $165 ment of surprise and sus› billion worth, of edible and pense, the challenge of rush› available food goes uneat›

Digital dives

Of course, there are op›

portunities to collect peo› ple’s junk without sticking a hand in a dumpster. Zanis

frequently goes on house cleanups and scans for free ing to claim his turf. And it’ s en in the United States each offers. And although Zak› all close to home. year, according to a 2012 roff’s hobby is scoring food, Unlike Zanis, Chana Zak› report from the Natural Re› she occasionally searches roff, 21, never saw herself sources Defense Council. for giveaways (the noned› as anything more than a Zakroff doesn’t consider ible kind) on the Freecycle self-described "casual pick› herself a freegan, but dump› website (a nonprofit move› er-upper or receiver." The ster diving for f ood has ment to encourage reuse and West Ridge resident went helped her understand their re cycling). on her first Chicago dump› beliefs, to minimize the im› Zakroff said she enjoys us› ster-diving excursion with a

friend about two years ago. She was fascinated by the amount of food her f r iend

obtained from the dumpster and decided to join the game after tasting a salad made with freshly picked produce from a localgrocery store's

pact of w a stefulness. She ing the site because it allows said her m a i n m o t ivation her to get free goodies with›

comes from the convenience and price tag. "I thought it was fun," she said. "It felt like we were shopping, but instead of going to the front, we went to the back, and ev› erything was free."

trash bins.

out the worry of stumbling across, say, furry animals. In addition, she appreciates the fact that she can ask about the quality of an item before

she goes to pick it up. With dumpster diving, everything is a gamble.

Camp hosfs

their feet for 10 to 12 hours

straight during the peak of Continued from 01 their season. He and his w i fe, Carol, Faye Shirley and her hus› who split their time volun› band Len had one of those teering at Cline Falls and long days at Tumalo on a re› Smith Rock s t ate p a r k s, cent Monday. They were vis› have many responsibilities, ited by guests who had ques› including fixing clogged toi› tions about buying firewood lets and keeping the parks and were worried about a free of trash. wire that was sticking up out B ut Smith said t hi s f i › of the ground. The couple nal task isn’t as hard as it also couldn’t get any elec› sounds. He said Redmond’s tricity at their RV’s campsite residents treat the park like because its breaker box went it’s home and have taken a

time hosting," said Shirley. They were asked to fill in at Tumalo State Park because someone canceled at the last minute.

Though she sometimes h as to scramble to f il l


last-minute vacancies, Bar› num said most park hosts sign up for their shifts a year in advance. They’ re full-time RVers and need plenty of time to plan where

they’ ll work, where they’ ll spend their off season and

strong sense of ownership over it during the past five

how they’ ll get from place to "That’s why we’ re here," place. "People can pick what said Shirley, a park host

years because it’s their clos›

who over the past 15 years


months they want to host,

est access point to the river. "There’s never anything

has also dealt with children what roles they’d like to play wandering away from their and what parks they’d pre› to pick up down there," said parent’s campsite and seals fer," she said, adding people Smith, who remembers one nipping at guests who tried can find out more about the day when a park visitor to pet them. department’s host program picked up someone else’ s Shirley, a f o rmer city and what shifts are available dirty diaper and threw it in parks and recreation di› by visiting w ww.oregon› the trash. He said that’s a rector from Southern Cali› sign people really love their fornia, and her husband, a The department has a da› park. That alone, makes him former truck driver, spent at tabase with a few thousand want to come back season least one or two weekends n ames that sh e ca n c a l l afterseason. a month camping out at the when she’s in a bind, though Barnum didn’t have any Colorado River in their RV many volunteers only want dollar figures for how much before they retired. Camp to work at one park for a the state saves each year by

utilizing volunteer hosts. However, she noted the parks would be an absolute

hosting seemed a n atural extension of their past time.

couple of months at a time,

The couple made it sort of a

Barnum said. The full-time RVers are usually pretty

full-time job when their son

flexible, and she works with

mess if the management moved up to Oregon. unit’s seven other rangers› "Some of it’s a nice job six of whom only work in the and some of it’s a dirty job," in the spring and summer› she said, explaining the du› had to make the 25-minute ties of camp hosting run the drive from its office in Bend gamut from answering ques› to Cline Falls every time a tions posed by its guests to toilet got clogged or a trash cleaning the campground’s can needed emptying. yurts and bathrooms. "We "We couldnot do what we all enjoy (the work) as far as do without our volunteers," I know.... Where else would Barnum said, adding that you get such a view?" the park host program is But while the Shirleys are one of the reasons the state old pros at being hosts, they parks department was able tend to spend most of their to expand its offerings at a time on the coast because time during the Great Re› they have a strong connec› cession when park systems tion to the ocean. Other parts in neighboring states were of the state get a little too hot cutting back. in the summer and too cold

other volunteer coordinators so camp hosts don’t have to spend too much time on the

road going from one park to the next. But whil e

sh e c o uldn’ t

think of any other way she’ d rather spend her retirement, Shirley said working as a park host can sometimes take its toll. "We’ ve decided it’s time

to quit," she said, recalling one year when she and her husband put in a combined

10,000 hours worth of work. Spending so much time at the campgrounds has ex› acerbated some old injuries, and it might be time to do

something else. She and her One ofher favorite places is husband are both in their

in the winter for their liking.

Tumalo Park hosts are asked to

Shore Acres State Park in

Coos Bay because its rang› work each day depending on ers convert the park’s botan› their assignment, Barnum ical garden into a Christmas said. Though some park light show she says everyone hosts, such as the ones who should see. "We’ ve camped here be› work at Tumalo State Park, can easily end up being on f ore, but t hi s i s o u r f i r st d o around four

h o urs o f


"Of course," she said, "Ev› ery time we say we’ re going to quit we try it for a f ew

months and say, ’Eh, ... let’ s do this some more.’" — Reporter: 541-617-7816, mmclean@bendbulletin.corn

SUPPoRT GRoUPs The following list contaInssu pport groupinformation submitted to The Bulletin. Submissions must be Updated monthly for inclusion. To submit, email relevant details to communitylife'bendbulletin.corn. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR PERSONSAFFECTEDBYA DISABILITY:541-388-8103. ABILITREE YOUNG PEER GROUP: 541-388-8103 ext. 219. ABILITREEBRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP:541-388-8 I03. ADHD ADULT SUPPORT GROUP: 541-420-3023. ADOPTIVEPARENTSUPPORT GROUP: 541-389-5446. ADULTCHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS: 541-633-8189. AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN SUPPORT GROUP): 541-410-4162 or www.agewideopen.corn. AIDSEDUCATION FOR PREVENTION, TREATMENT,COMMUNITY RESOURCES ANDSUPPORT (DESCHUTESCOUNTYHEALTH DEPARTMENT):541-322-7402. AIDSHOT LINE:800-342-AIDS. AL-ANON: 541-728-3707 or www. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS (AA): 541-548-0440or ALS SUPPORTGROUP: 541-977-7502. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION: 541-548-7074. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-330-6400. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUPASPENRIDGE:800-272-3900. ALZHEIMER' S/DEMENTIA CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-948-7214. BENDATTACHMENTPARENTING: 541-385-1 787. BEND S-ANONFAMILY GROUP: 888-285-3742. BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 541382-6122or 541-382-6651. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORTGROUPS: 541-382-5882. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORTGROUPS: St. Charles Hospice; 541-706-6700. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: 541-383-3910. BEYOND AFFAIRS NETWORK: A peergrou pfor victims of infidelity,


6801, www.centraloregonnutrition. cornor Ibrlzee@ centraloregonnutrition.corn. DIABETICSUPPORT GROUP: 54I-598-4483. DISABILITY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-8103. DIVORCE CARE:54I-4 I0-4201. DOUBLETROUBLE RECOVERY: AddlctIon and mental illnessgroup; 54 I-3 I7-0050. DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: 54I-388-2577. ENCOPRESIS (SOILING): 541-548› 2814or encopresis'gmail.corn. EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: 541-460-4030 FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: Drug and alcohol addictions; pastordavid' FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: 541-389-5468. GAMBLERSANONYMOUS: Redmond 541-280-7249, Bend541-390-4365. GAMBLINGHOT LINE:800-233-8479. GERIATRICCARE MANAGEMENT: info@paulbattle.cornor 1-877-867-1 437. GLUCOSECONTROL LOW GARB DIET SUPPORTGROUP: kjdnrcd@ yahoo. cornor 541-504-0726. GLUTENINTOLERANCE GROUP (CELIAC):541-390-2399. GRANDMA'S HOUSE:Support for pregnant teensandteenmoms; 541-383-3515. GRANDPARENTSSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I-385-474 I. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-3066633, 541-318-0384or mullinski' bendbroadband.corn. GRIEFAND LOSS SUPPORT GROUP: 541-508-4036orwww.gohospice.corn, GRIEFSHARE (FAITH-BASED) RECOVERYCLASS:541-350-6435. HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA (H.E.A.R.T.): 541-318-1949. HEALTHYFAMILIESOF THEHIGH DESERT: Homevisits for families with newborns; 541-749-2133 HEARINGLOSS ASSOCIATION: 541390-2174or ctepper'bendcable.corn. HEARTS OF HOPE:Abortion healing; 541-728-4673. IMPROVE YOUR STRESS LIFE: 54I-706-2904. INFERTILITY SUPPORT GROUP (RESOLVE):541-604-0861. LA LECHELEAGUEOFBEND: 541-317-5912. LIVING WELL(CHRONIC CONDITIONS):541-322-7430. LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES SUPPORT GROUP:541-536-7399. LUPUS &FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP: 541-526-1375. MADRAS NICOTINE ANONYMOUS GROUP: 541-993-0609. MATERNAL/CHILDHEALTH PROGRAM(DESCHUTES COUNTYHEALTHDEPARTMENT): 54 I-322-7400. MEMORY CARESUPPORT GROUP: 541-848-4144oracs'touchmark. corn.

MENDED HEARTSSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-4789. MISCARRIAGESUPPORT GROUP: 54 I-514-9907. MOMMYANDMEBREASTFEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 54 I-322-7450. MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP:541-706-6802. NARCONON:800-468-6933. NARCOTICSANONYMOUS (NA): 541-41 6-2146. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESSOF CENTRAL OREGON (NAMI):Email: namicentraloregon@ gmail.cornor www. HAMI BEND—EXTREME STATES:541-647-2343 or www. NAMI BENDCONNECTIONS:541480-8269, 541-693-4613or www. NAMI BENDFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: whitefam'bendcable.corn or NAMI-CODUAL DIAGNOSIS ANONYMOUS GROUP: 541-408-7568 ortinasmith700@gmail.corn NAMI LAPINE CONNECTIONS:541536-1151or karless2003@yahoo. corn. HAMI MADRASCONNECTIONS:For peers,541-475-1873 ornamimadras@ g mail.corn. HAMI MADRASFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP:lindamccoy79@gmail.corn. NAMI MADRASFAMILY-FAMILY SUPPORTGROUP:541-475-3299 or NAMI PRINEVILLEFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP:dawnmountz'gmail.corn NAMI REDMOND FAMILYSUPPORT GROUP:541-548-8637 or

namicentraloregon'gmail.corn. NAMI REDMOND CONNECTIONS: 541-693-4613or www. NEWBERRY HOSPICE OF LA PINE: 541-536-7399. OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE BLIND:541-447-4915. OREGON CURE:541-475-2164. OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK: 541-312-3081or www.oregonlyme. OI'g.

OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: 541306-6844or PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF CHILDRENAFFECTEDBYAUTISM SUPPORT GROUP:541-771-1075 or www.coregondevdisgroupaso.ning. corn. PARENTS OFMURDEREDCHILDREN (POMC)SUPPORT GROUP: 541-41 0-7395. PARISH NURSESANDHEALTH MINISTRIES:541-383-6861. PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP:54I-3 I71188. PARKINSON'SDISEASE SUPPORT GROUP: 541-419-9964. PARTNERS IN CARE:Home health and hospice services; 541-382-5882. PAUL'SCLUB:Dads and male caregiver support group; 541-548-8559. PFLAGCENTRAL OREGON: For parents, families and friends of lesbians andgays; 541-728-3843 or PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW (PLAN):541-389-9239. PLANNEDPARENTHOOD: 888-875-7820. PMS ACCESS LINE:800-222-4767. PREGNANCYRESOURCECENTERS: Bend, 541-385-5334; Madras, 541›

475-5338;Prineville, 541-447-2420; Redmond, 541-504-8919. PULMONARY HYPERTENSION SUPPORTGROUP:541-548-7489. RHEUMATOIDARTHRITIS SUPPORTGROUPCENTRAL OREGON(RASGCO): 541-504-8059or alyce1002@gmail.corn. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS: Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, 541-504-2550, ext. 1; Madras, 541-475-1880. SCLERODERMA SUPPORTGROUP: 541-480-1958. SEXAHOLICSANONYMOUS: 541-595-8780. SOS (SECULARORGANIZATION FOR SOBRIETY):541-410-4271 or'g mail.corn. SOUPANDSUPPORT:For mourners; 541-548-7483. STEPMOM SUPPORTGROUP: 541-325-3339or www. Inslghtcounsellngbend.corn. SUPPORT FORFAMILIESAND FRIENDSOFSEXADDICTS: sanon4you@gmail .corn. SUPPORTGROUP FOR FAMILIES WITH DIABETICCHILDREN:

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CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ACTIONTHROUGH ADVOCACY: 541-385-4741. ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC): Margie Gregory, mgregory[g[ or541-318-3788. AFS-USA: or Caitlin Krutsinger,503-419-9514. ALYCE HATCHCENTER:AndyKizans, 541-383-1980. ASSEINTERNATIONALSTUDENT EXCHANGEPRO GRAM:wwwasse.corn or WendyLarson, 541-480-0959. BEND PARK8[RECREATION DISTRICT: Kim,541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-312-6047 (Bend), 541-447-3851,ext.333 (Prineville) or541-325-5603(Madras). BOY SCOUTSOFAMERICA: Paul Abbott, paulabbott[ or 541-382-4647. BOYS &GIRLSCLUBS OFBEND:ww w.,541-617-2877ext.10. CAMP FIRE USA CENTRAL OREGON: campfire[ebendcable.cornor 541-382-4682. CASA(COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES): www. casaofcentraloregon.orgor 541-389-1618. CENTRALOREGON SHRINERS RUN

FORACHILD:shrinersrunforachild' gmail.corn or541-205-4484. CHILDREN'S VISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler,541-330-3907. CIRCLE OFFRIENDS:Beth, beth' acircleoffriendsoregon.cornor 541-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTYSHERIFF'S OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPS FORYOUTH: www. [edeschutes.,COPY org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM: Steve Guzanskis,541-678-5483. GIRL SCOU TS:541-389-8146. GIRLSON THERUN OFDESCHUTES COUNTY: www.deschutescountygotr. org or eusselman[ GRANDMA'SHOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:www.myhb.o rg or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERT TEENSVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www.highdesertmuseum. org or 541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParent Training and InformationCenter, 888-505-2673. JBAR JLEARNINGCENTER: Lachlan Leaver,leaver[ or 541-389-l409. JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT:www. orLiz Lotochinski, 541› 678-2256, llotochi skni[ JUNIPERSWIM II[ FITNESSCENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER: Charissa Miler, cmiler [o or541-383-5958. LA PINE HIGH SCHOOL:Jef Bockert, 541-355-8501. MEADOWLARKINDEPENDENTLIVING PROGRAM: Teal Buehler, 541-617-9576. MOUNTAINSTARFAMILYRELIEF NURSERY: 541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext.115. OREGONSTATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSIONSERVICE:541-548-6088, 541-447-6228 or541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTER GARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: http: // deschutes or541-548-6088. READTOGETHER:541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 541-923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER:Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE:541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREERPARTNERSHIP: Kent Child,541-355-4158. SMART(STARTMAKING A READER TODAY) or 541-355-5600. TRILLIUMFAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VINA LUPWA HOMES:www. or541-420-9634. YOUTHCHOIROFCENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.


541-617-1010. BRIGHTSIDE ANIMAL CENTER: 541-923-0882 orvolunteer' CAT RESCUE, ADOPTION 8EFOSTER TEAM(CRAFT), 541› 389-8420 or541-598-5488. CENTRALOREGON NORDIC CLUB TRAIL AND SHELTERMAINTENANCE: conordicclub'gmail.corn orwww. CHIMPS, or 541-410-4122. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST:www. or541-330-0017. DESCHUTES NATIONALFOREST:Jean Nelson-Dean,541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBONSOCIETY: or541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER:www. or541-385-6908. EQUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach.corn, joan' equineoutreach.corn or 541-419-4842. FENCES FORFIDO: La Donna, 503-314› 7105 or FRIENDSOFTHECENTRALCASCADES WILDERNESS: centralcascades. org, info'centralcascades.orgor 54 I-390-2400. HIGHDESERT MUSEUM: ShannonCampbell, scampbell[I highdese rtmuseum.orgor541-382-4754 ext.391. HUMANESOCIETYOFCENTRAL OREGON: Jen, jennifer[' or 54 l-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOFTHEOCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9115. MUSTANGS TOTHERESCUE: www.mustangstotherescue.orgor 541-330-8943. PACIFIC CRESTTRAIL ANGELS:Brian [ecenturylink. Douglass, bdouglass2014 net or 541-213-8510. PRINEVILLE districts/prineville/recreation/host.phpor 54I-4 l6-6700. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING: LexaMcAllister, Imcallister[I or541-914-6676. SUNRIVERNATURECENTERB OBSERVATORY: 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: TomMottl, 541-416-6859.

HEALTH AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY:Charlie Johnson,541-434-3114. AMERICANCANCER SOCIETY'S RELAY FOR LIFE: LaurenOlander, lauren. olander[a[ or541-728-4378. AMERICANRED CROSS:Mary Tyler, 54 I-749-41 l1. THE BLOOMPROJECT:LizTaylor, I.taylor[ or 54 I-480-6312. HEART'N HOME HOSPICE B PALLIATIVE CARE:www.gohospice. corn or 541-508-4036. HOSPICEOF REDMOND-SISTERS: orVolunteer

Coordinator at 541-548-7483. MOUNTAIN VIEWHOSPITAL:JoDee Tittle,541-475-3882,ext.5097. MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITALHOSPICE: 541-460-4030 orTori Schultz, tschultz[o or541-475-3882,ext. 5327. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: Eileen [ogmail.corn. White, namicentraloregon PARTNERS IN CARE:www. orJasonMedina, jasonm[epartnersbend.orgor 541-382-5882. RONALDMCDONALD HOUSE:Teresa Braun, 541-318-4950. ST. CHARLES IN BENDANDST. CHARLES IN REDMOND:541-706-6354. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, 54 l-585-9008.

volunteer[' BENDFOODPROJECT:www. bendfoodproject.corn orSueand Larry Marceaux,541-383-3112. BETHLEHEM INN:www.bethleheminn. org or 541-322-8768. BRIDGING GAPS:bendbridginggaps@ gmail.corn or541-314-4277. CASCADES EAST RIDECENTER:Erik Maiorano,emaiorano[ CENTERFOR COMPASSIONATE LIVING(PREVIOUSLY PEACE CENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON):ww w. orBeth Hansen,541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGONVETERANS OUTREACH:[egmail.corn or 541-383-2793. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEER SERVICES:Therese Helton, Therese.M.Helton[estate,or.usor ARTS, MUSIC, 541-693-8988. CULTURE AND DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/ HERlTAGE VOLUNTEERSERVICES CROOK COUNTY: Valerie Dean,541-447-3851, 88.9KPOV, BEND'S COMMUNITY ext.427. RADIOSTATION:info[a[ or DISABLED AMERICANVETERANS 541-322-0863. (DAV):DonLang,541-647-1002. FAMILY ART COMMITTEEOFTHEREDMOND KITCHEN:CindyTidball, cindyt[e FRIENDSOFTHELIBRARY:Linda bendcable.corn or541-610-6511. Barker, 541-312-1064. FAMILYRESOURCECENTER: ARTSCENTRALSTATION:541-617-1317. 541-389-5468. CASCADES THEATRICALCOMPANY: HEALINGREINSTHERAPEUTIC RIDING 541-389-0803. CENTER: or Carly Wilson, 541-382-9410. CENTRALOREGON SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION: Julie, 541-383-7779. HUMANDIGNITY COALITION: 541-385-3320. DES CHUTESHISTORICALMUSEUM: 541-389-1813,10 4 30 pm. HUNGERPREVENTION COALITION: TuesdaythroughSaturday. Robin, 541-408-1978. DESCHUTESPUBLICLIBRARY LA PINE COMMUNITY KITCHEN: SYSTEM:541-312-1039. 541-536-1312. FRIENDSOFTHEBEND LIBRARIES: NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq[I www orMeredith Shadrachat or541-548-2380, 54 l-617-7047. ext.106. HIGHDESERTCHAMBER MUSIC: PEACEBRIDGES,INC., BEND: www.highdesertchambermusic. orJohnC. corn or IsabelleSengerat info' Schwechten at541-383-2646. highdesertchambermusic.cornor PFLAGCENTRAL OREGON: www. 541-306-3988. or541-317-2334. HIGHDESERTMUSEUM: 541-382-4754. SAVING GRACE:541-382-9227 or LA PINEPUBLICLIBRARY:Cindylu, 541-504-2550. 541-317-1097. SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: BEND:, president' Brad, 541-382-4366. or503-519-5051. OREGON PARTNERSOFAMERICA: ST. VINCENTDEPAULSOCIAL orRuby SERVICES: 541-389-6643. Price, 503-580-9445 orLeeHaroun, 541-598-7785. HABITAT FOR REDMOND FRIENDSOFTHELIBRARY: 541-312-1060. HUMANlTY AND REDMONDINTERCULTURAL THRIFT STORES EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb,bonitodia [o msn.corn or541-447-0732. BEND AREAHABITAT FOR HUMANITY: rcooper[ TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700. BRIGHTSIDE ANIMAL CENTER THRIFT STORE: 541-923-0882 or volunteer' brig HUMAN SERVICES BEND HABITATRESTORE:Brenda Jackson, 541-312-6709. ABILITREE: volunteer[' or 541-388-8103,ext. 217. HUMANE SOCIETYOFCENTRAL AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL:Philip OREGON THRIFT STORE:Jen,jennifer' Randall, 541-388-1793. or541-382-3537. ASSISTANCE LEAGUEOFBEND: NEATREPEATTHRIFT SHOP:Peg, 541-389-2075. 541-447-6429. BEND'SCOMMUNITY CENTER: NEWBERRY HABITATFOR HUMANITY:


GOVERNMENT, CITY AND COMMUNITY THE CITIZEN REVIEWBOARD(CRB): crb.volunteer.resources [g[ or1-800-551-8510ext. 64535. CITY OF BEND:VolunteerNow[oci.bend. or 541-388-5579. DESCHUTES COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION: Nick Lelack, 541-385› 1708 planning-commission. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: DianeStecher, 541-317-3186 or541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOODASSOCIATION:www. orBarbaraatinfo[ or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:TinaFarrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSON COUNTYVOLUNTEER SERVICES: Therese Helton, 541-475› 6131, ext. 208. LA PINERURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT: Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARDDISTRICTNEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www. orcharddistrictneighborhood.corn. SCORE: Bruce Michalski, www. or541-316-0662. SUNRIVER AREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: www.visitbend.corn or 541-382-8048. VOLUNTEER CONNECT: www. volunteerconnectnow.orgor 541-385-8977.

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'a n TV SPOTLIGHT "Fear the Walking Dead" 9 p.m.Sundays, AMC By Lynn Elber The Associated Press


Two cru›

cial questions await "Fear the Walking Dead," the spinoff to AMC’s monster hit "The Walk›

ing Dead." The first: How many zom›

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Sunday with a six-episode run. "If I woke up every morn› ing (thinking) ’Oh, my God, 20 million viewers per episode,’ I couldn’t get out of bed," Er›

ickson said, referring to the ballpark number of viewers "The Walking Dead" has ap› proached in its highest rated alrlngs.

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graduation. He has told me several times how also don’t want them to a specific store. much he likes my long hair. When to think of me differently I want Do you think this is a control he called me from back east, he said to be the same person in their eyes obsession, or is she just overly cau› how happy he was that he got to as I was before I came out. They ar› tious’? Every time I try to discuss brush his daughter’s hair! I thought en'thomophobic to my knowledge, this with her, she says she’s trying to it was odd and mentioned it to a few but I feel "stuck." make sure we are not hacked, etc. I friends male and female who I have fairly bad social anxiety, so want to be able to buy her things and said they thought so, too. What’ s it’s difficult for me to say anything. create the element of surprise. your opinion? I’m uncomfortable I’d be grateful for any advice you I would love some financial priva› about what he did. dismiss my identity. I

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Coveted Wes t s ideEAST BLUFF. 3 bdrm., FSBO: 63330 L ava›Great Westside Loca› Mid-Century Modern. A Double Lot. Classic 2 bath home in 1640y crest St., Bend. 4 tion! 3 b edroom, 2 brand new home in Victorian home with sq. ft. on .42y acres. bedroom, 2.5 b ath, bath, $450,000. 1682 Northwest C rossing attached apartment. T his property is a 2020 sq. ft. The af› sq. ft., 0.18 acre lot, features a master on 3126 sq. ft., 4 bed› jewel. There are many fordable home you great southern expo› the main and two ad› room, 3.5 bath, .25 features: fenced gar› have been looking for! sure, hardwood floors, ditional bedrooms with acre l o t . Pri v ate den area, RV parking Our 4 bedroom, 2.5 2 car gara g e. a bonus an d f l e x Westhills l o cations. w/all hookups & paver bath is in a great part www.johnlscott.corn/3 space upstairs. $599,900. CALL ROB parking drive, fenced of Bend, less than a 3569. Ellen Clough, $622,500. CALL EGGERS AT storage shed, circular mile from the park› ABR, CRS TERRY S KJERSAA 541-815-9780 OR driveway, awning over way and the Village 541-480-7180 John L. AT 541 - 383-1426. KATRINA SWISHER upper deck, s mall Shopping Center, a Scott Realty, Bend MLS: 201 5 02670 AT 541 - 420-3348. s hop a t tached t o few miles from Tu› Grow Your Garden. 5 Duke Warner Realty MLS: 201 5 03985 lower level of home, malo State Park and a bedroom, 6 bath with NE Bend I $379,000 Duke Warner Realty arborvitae nat u ral few blocks from the family room, • 2570 sq.ft. custom hedge around rear new Harvest Park. office, r ec. room a n d 2 Crestridge Estates! 3 home yard, covered hot tub This spacious 2020 bdrm, 2 bath, corner area, plants & shrubs sq. ft. house has bay master suites. Other • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath features include sun lot, RV parking, new have drip irrigation & windows in both the • Hickory floors, granite paint and new roof! yard has sprinklers, dining room and the room, solarium and an counters awesome gre e n› MLS„ too new. Call newer windows, master bedroom, and house all on over 10 • MLS 201408598 f or d e t ails! Pa m newer exterior paint, the backyard has a Matt Robinson, Lester, Princ. Broker, new louvered wood craftsman cedar deck acres with mountain Principal Broker $99 9 ,000. C entury 2 1 Gol d blinds, roof 10 years built around a beauti› views. 541-977-5811 Country Realty, Inc. old. $450,000. MLS„ ful juniper tree (just CALL CANDY YOW AT 541 410-3’I 93. 541-504-1338 201504633 like Bend’s famous MLS: 201 4 03687 Bobbie Strome, Pine Tavern). The Principal Broker l andscape has a n Duke Warner Realty Call a Pro John L Scott Real automated in-ground Hard to find 5 acre, flat MORRIS Whether you need a Estate 541-385-5500 sprinkler system and buildable corner lot REAL ESTATE fence fixed, hedges notewor› located in Lake Park IA~ & y ly ~ & 0~ 4 You ’ re a beautiful corkscrew willow Estates with mature trimmed or a house Everything Looking For. 3 bed› thy in the front yard. The l andscape. MLS „ built, you’ ll find room, 2 bath, 1530 incl u des 201406959. $135,500 Get your sq. ft. on large lot with interior professional help in bullnose cor n ers, Pam Lester, Princ. business rare in tow irrigation closets and The Bulletin’s "Call a Broker, Century 21 rights. Terraced gar› walk-in archways. See our Gold Country Realty, Service Professional" den beds, fruit trees listing on Zillow.corn Inc. 541-504-1338 a ROW I N G and plenty of room to for more information Directory have you r d r e am Hollygrape I $399,900 and pictures. 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Call for home on over 1/2 541-706-1897 Not Firm & Motivated to that unused details. $90 , 000. acres, 2334 sq. ft. 4 541-279-8783 C ALL P ET E VA N bdrm, 2 bath with 2 item by placing it in DEUSEN AT car detached garage, 541-480-3538 OR The Bulletin Classifieds Full Cascade Mountain features oak flooring, Views. 38+ acres of J AYNEE BECK A T archways, formal din› MORRIS privacy and 1 0 -15 541-480-0988. MLS: ing room and much 541-385-5809 minutes from Bend. REAL ESTATE 201409341 Duke more. @26 5 ,000. $179,000 with owner Warner Realty MLS 201507240. Pam E xecutive Can y o n t erms. C AL L KI M H orse Property. I n › Lester, Princ. Broker, AT credible mtn. views, 5 C entury 2 1 Deschutes River Woods Creek home. 7 tim› KAHL Gol d I $360,000 bered acres south of 541-480-1662. MLS: 3.5 irrigated, 3 Country Realty, Inc. • 1496 sq.ft. Iog home Duke acres, John Day. 3 bedroom, 201506014 541-504-1338 bdrm., 2 bath, 1797 • 2 bedroom, 2 bath 2.5 bath, 2801 sq. ft. Warner Realty sq. ft., 2 box stalls. • .92 acre lot on bonus room, attached NORTH RIM ON AWcul-de-sac landscaped. Gorgeous single level in www.jackson-ander› a rage, BREY BUTTE. Ex› son.corn. Ba r bara • MLS 201505343 Broken Top. Situated 399,999. CALL J ackson, Brok e r ceptional o n e -acre D UKE WAR N E R on Goose Creek Pond John Snippen, PC, 541-306-8186 John L. homesite in the beau› Broker, MBA, ABR, DAYVILLE AT with beautiful water tiful North Rim Com› 541-987-2363. MLS: views. Triple car ga› Scott Realty, Bend CRS, GRI, SRES, m unity, i n clo s e SRS 201304288 rage, 2327 sq. ft. and Inn of the 7th. This 3 proximity to t e nnis 541-312-7273 2 m a s te r su i tes. bedroom, 3 bath court a n d par k French Style river view $587,500. CALL ROB ground level condo is grounds and the Des› Home w / r iverbank EGGERS AT located near the pool chutes River T rail. setting! Exquisite ac› 541-815-9780. MLS: and all resort activi› Other amenities in› coutrements: Granite, 201504989 Duke ties. Don’t miss your c lude g a te d en › hardwood, m a r ble, Warner Realty opportunity! $169,000. trances, paver walk› MORRIS tile, Venetian plaster, CALL KIM WARNER ing p aths, n a tive REAL ESTATE stone & st a i nless. Family Home. AT 541 - 410-2475. landscape m a i nte› W ood-burning f i r e› Great MLS: 201 4 0 8943 nance and the beau› Darling 3 b edroom, place, top line appli› tiful North Rim Lodge. Deschutes River a nces, metal c l ad 2.5 bath with bonus Duke Warner Realty C a s cade Woods. C o z y 2 windows and so much room. Loft area, and Large City Lot. Fenced Beautiful attic . 1/3 acre city lot, room Mountain views add to bdrms, 2 bath plus of› more! Listen to the u nfinished fice space on .62 +/› tranquil ripple of the Downstairs m a ster for a shop, single level the ambiance of this acre lot. 19121 Indian river below. while en› has private entrance 3 bedroom, 2 bath, very special building Summer Road, Bend, joying this Exquisite to deck and backyard. n ewer cabinets & site. $550,000. MLS„ CALL OR 97702 $245,000. home. $59 9 ,000. $300,000. storage, 1960 201505062 BECKY OZRELIC AT ample Bobbie Strome, Chris Mc P heeters MLS201404694. sq. ft. Ro d S t uve, MLS: Principal Broker Principal Broker, Nancy Popp, Principal 541-480-919’I. Broker 541-844-9251 2 01506638 Duk e John L. Scott Realty, John L Scott Real Assist 2 Sell Broker 541-815-8000 Warner Realty Estate 541-385-5500 541-388-2111 Crooked River Realty Bend •

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availability of information. ’Ihe website also includes all homes available through the Multiple Listing Service. "When people first call us, they are usually thinking there must be a catch," said Mcpheeters. "They’ re sure we can’ t possibly sell their home for just $3,995› $4,995. They call thinking they’ii be able to eliminate us as a choice because it can’t be as good as it sounds. They are pleasantly surprised when they find out we offer the same professional services as other REALTORS’ while charging a much lower commission than they might expect to pay." Assist-2-Sell’s iow flat fee commission can save customers plenty. Let’s look at the numbers. As an example, a 69!y commission on a $ 300,000 home is $18,000. Assist-2-Sell charges only $3,995, putting over $14,000 back in the customer’s pockets. A 6% commission on a $400,000 home is $24,000, saving c ustomers over $20,000. A n d a 6 96 commission on a $500,000 home is $30,000, saving customers over $25,000! While the lower rates may draw the customers in, it is the subsequent results that leave them satisfied. "You can charge whatever iow rate you want, but if you don’t get results, people aren’t going to care," McPheeters said. "We get results! The question ts how much do you want to pay to sell your home?"

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This 4 bed/3 bath 1796 sq. ft. home Great roomconcePtw/3bdrm,25 bathsin2229yq ft. 38+ acres of privacy and 10-15 sits on a well-treed 45 acres with RoomforRVparkingmtevewsfyomm asterbedyoom& minutes fro m B e nd. $ 1 79000 views ofthe Cascade Range, Smith c omerfiyepla$3 ce.39000CALLIAYNEEBECKAT511- with o w n e r ter m s . CAL L Rock and more. $319,900 CALL KIM WARNER AT 541-410-2475. 480-0988 ORPETEVANDEUSENAT541-480-3538. KIM KAHL A T 5 4 ! - 480-1662. MLS: 201501737 btLS: 201506001 MLS: 201506014

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Private setting on 5 acres, 1916 sq. A., 3 Darling 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with bonus A brand new home in Northwest bdrm, 3 bath upda ted home. Detached room, loR area,and unlnished attic. Crossing features a master on the main garage plus a hobby barn. Enjoy long trail Downstairs meeter has private entrance andtwoadditionalbedroomswithabonus rides on nearby pubhc lands. $639,000 todeckandbackyard. $293,500 CALL and!lex space upstairs. $622,500 CALL CALL KRIS WARNER AT 541880-5365. !3ECKY OZRELIC AT 541-480-9191. TERRY SKJERSAA AT 541-383-1426. MLS: 201508058 MLS:201506638 MLS: 201502670

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and home sellers will respond. Our i ncreased volume allows us t o b e profitable while offering savings to home sellers. Assist-2-Sell was started i n 1 9 87 and now has franchises in 40 states and Canada. Assist-2-Sell has been featured in several magazines including Newsweek, Business Week and many large newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Boston Globe and NY Times as a model for the future real estate brokerages. The Central Oregon Assist-2-Sell franchise is independently owned and operated by Chris McPheeters, who is a member of the Central Oregon Association of REALTORS, the Oregon Association of REALTORS, and the National Association of REALTORS’. He has been a licensed real estate agent and principal broker in the state of Oregon since 1997. Their office is located at 1180 SE Division Street, Suite „I, in Bend. For more i nformation, visit: www .2SelICentralOregon.corn or contact Team Assist-2-Sell Buyers & Sellers Realty Services at 541-388-2111. You can also contact them via email at McSoldlaol.corn. And keep an eye out for their car around town!

PRIVATESETTING INTHE PINES! Fully scribed 3bed, 1.75bath customlog home surrounded by a beautifully landscapedyard. w/220 power for all yourtoys or projects. Twinwells provide crystal clearwater. $469000 CALL BILLPANTONAT541-420-6515. MLS: 201501833.




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• 7 bedroom, 5.5 bath, 7880 SF • Main-level master • Theater room, massageroom, sauna & elevator • UnobstructedCascade Mountainviews • Par 3 golf course with 6 tee boxes • Timber peg construction M LS„ 2 01202096 Jordan Grandlund, Principal Broker l 541-420-1559 JordanGrandlund@gmail.corn

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• Builders, developers, close-knit families! • 3 legal parcels (40, 40, and 20 acres) • Each has irrigation water rights, unique terrain features, and big mountain views • 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home with detached 3+ car garage • Huge shop with guest quarters MLS„201505647 Ron Davis, Principal Broker l 541-480-3096 www.OregonRanchandHorse.corn

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• 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2801 SF • Spaciousbonus room plusoffi ce/den • Master on the main, gourmet kitchen • Mountain view, corner lot, fully landscaped • Fenced backyard • A/C included • Call for additional details! MLS„201506663

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• $674,750 • Summit floor plan • 2938 SF • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath + den • Main-level living, master + den on main • Vaulted great room, golf course views • Move-in ready! MLS„201408581 Ptephannte nuiz, IProker l 541-948-51~

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MLS reach over 60,000 Crossing. $315,000. acres. $489,000. mls 201408966 J u niper Situated east to west, street. Views include Crest, .39 acre lot Situated near the 17th 201501897 readers each week. MLS 201506390 Pam 201507566 Realty 541-504-5393 you will enjoy Cline Black Butte, Mt. Jef› backs t o c o m mon tee box of the Chal› Juniper Realty Your classified ad Lester, Princ. Broker, Pam Lester, Princ. Bro Butte views and have ferson and Mt. Hood. area, which adjoins l enge C ourse, a t 541-504-5393 will also appear on C entury 2 1 Gol d ker, Century 21 Gold 5.3 acres near the en sun and shade all Bring your builder or B LM. Ne w h o m e Eagle Crest Resort, bendbulletin.corn Country Realty, Inc. Country Realty, Inc. packages available. you will enjoy beauti› 16755 Casper, Three trance of The Ranch day. New home pack› use one from our which currently re› 541-504-1338 541-504-1338 Rivers. $30,000. .70 MLS„ ful morning sunrises and golf course. Nice ages available. Of› preferred list. 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Build your yard care, it’s all here 10 acres w/4 acres of ir› acres fenced/gated. fast results! It’s the easiest online at: in Call Kyle, dream home here! 149112 Auderine Circle. rigation, 3 ponds, 2 tile floors, bedroom way in the world to sell. www.bendbulletin.corn in The Bulletin’s 541-639-7760. Berk› $64,000. CALL ROB The Bulletin $1 95,000. B eautiful homes, main 1 story sliders onto p a tio, AT shire Hathaway Home EGG ERS "Call A Service finishes, log accents. house is 1344 sq. ft., pellet stove, vaulted Classifieds Services N orthwest 541-815-9780. MLS: b r e akfast The Bulletin Classified High Lakes Realty & vac. home is 1296 sq. ceilings, 541-385-5809 201410582 Duke 541-385-5809 Professional" Directory 541-385-5809 Real Estate. Property M a n age›ft. 2 4X24 g a rage/ bar, skylights, stor› Warner Realty shop. $379,000 MLS„ age building and cor› ment 541-536-0117 201503530 Pam on c u l -de-sac. 16280 Pine Drop Lane Lester, Princ. 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Breathtaking views of Dennis Haniford, Princ. Broker Broker the Cascades and the 541-536-1731 54’I -536-1731 Deschutes River! 4 52464 River Pine Road, bdrm, 3 bath round $220,000. 1706 sq. ft. home on 2.27 acres. • Lots Large master suite, Greenhouse, hot tub double garage. High a nd plenty o f R V 9040 SW S an dridge Lakes Realty & Prop› parking. $ 3 89,900. Rd., CRR 1.12 acre erty Man a gement MLS 201506613 Power and water at Pam Lester, Princ. Bro› the 541-536-0117 street $34,900. ker, Century 21 Gold MLS „201403978. 52920 Meadow Lane. Country Realty, Inc. Juniper Realty, $299,900. 1663 sq. ft., 541-504-1338 541-504-5393 2.14 acres, 3 - bay shop. High Lakes Re› Custom home, shop Lot 1 SW S had Rd. alty & Property mg› and barn on 35 pri› 3.09 acres with amaz vate acres. 2592 sq. ing views. $78,500. mnt 541-536-0117 ft., 4 bdrm, 2.2 bath 52962 Sunrise B lvd. home with new stain› MLS„ 201402733 Ju Realty $195,000. 3 bdrm, 2 less steel appliances, niper bath, 1752 sq. ft. 2.51 pantry, and custom 541-504-5393 acres. High L akes ironwork throughout. 11424 Jubel C o urt. Realty & Pr o perty Recent e n ergy-effi› B eautiful .4 1 a c r e Management cient h ea t p u m p. l evel lot w it h B I G 541-536-0117 Huge master suite Cascade m o untain 53255 Deep Woods› with m t n . v i e w s, views in Eagle Crest $169,000. 1782 sq. ft., walk-in closet, Ig. tile Resort. Located on a 3 bedroom, 2 bath, shower and Jacuzzi quiet cul-de-sac with 2 4X36 shop. H i gh tub. Sits high on the quality homes sur› Lakes Realty & Prop› property with 3 6 0’ rounding. Bring your erty Man a gement v iews of t h e C a s› builder or use o ne cades. 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MLS golf, swimming, ten› been $76,000. 2 0+ acres i n W e s t nis, disk golf, river 201506268 Awbrey Glen Lot I Call Donna Carter, Powell Butte Estates, fishing, p i c kle-ball, $225,000 gated co m munity, Broker, 541-903-0601 horseback riding and Crooked • .4 acre lot mtn. views, private River Realty bird watching. • Open area on 3 sides well, paved roads w/ $57,900 MLS Three Rivers South I • Beautifully treed access to BLM. MLS„ 2 01504749 Kati e • MLS 201501051 $230,000 201305077 $159,900. Dailey, Broker • .6 acre, 114 ft. river› Sue Conrad, Broker, Pam Lester, Princ. 541-419-4220 CRS frontage Broker, Century 21 Crooked River Realty 541-460-6621 • All utilities to the lot Gold Country Realty, • Heart of recreation! Inc. 541-504-1338 Fairway Crest Village I • MLS 201503231 $179,900 5 Acres - Corner Lot Michael J Hopp, Bro• .32 acre flat, buildable Million Dollar View! ker, RSPS, SRS lot Sisters School Dist., 541-390-0504 • Close to Deschutes MORRIS $325,000. River REAL ESTATE 541-389-9751 • Mature ponderosa 7965 SW River Rd. Se› pines Big Deschutes Lot I • MLS 201502959 cluded & private 2.79 $179,900 acres, near the Des› Pat Palazzi, Broker • .53 acre, Big Des› chutes River, canyon 541-771-6996 MORRIS wall views, borders chutes riverfront REALESTATE • All utilities to lot public land. $39,500. • Shared well, septic Juniper Realty approved 541-504-5393 Very clean & neat prop› • MLS 201409798 e rty with a 2 4 x 3 6 MORRIS Eastern Oregon Land› Sherry Perrigan, shop 864 sq. ft. total Canyon REAL ESTATE City, Oregon, Broker with 10 ft. doors.3 RV ya~ m l y ~ ~ ~ lots available with 541-410<936 sites, fully fenced with 3 city water and sewer locking gate. Has a La Pine I $59,000 street. 1.86 acre 1500 gal. c oncrete at • 3.64 acres th septic & well. Great residential lot, level • 3 separate tax lots site, $30,900. RV site or build your building • Enjoy Central Oregon 6.12 acre view lot, new home here. Not recreation MORRIS zoned res i dential, far off paved Day $30,900. 3.49 • MLS 201507150 REAL ESTATE a cre road. $78,500 Rachel Lemas, Broker l~ ~ ~ aym 1 mtn view lot, within Cascade Realty, 541-896-1263 city limits, $35,900. Dennis Haniford, Princ. Build your dream home. Sellers are Oregon li› Broker Septic installed and censed Real Estate 541-536-1731 underground electric Brokers. conduit in place for Juniper Realty easy, out of s ight, MORRIS 541-504-5393 Acreages electrical hoo k up. REAL ESTATE Neighboring lot found West Powell Butte Es› ya y a yly~M O~ Lot 4 S W B lue J ay tates, with gated en› water at 221’ This lot is r eady t o go! Lot 200 SW Panorama Road, CRR. S mith try, 20+ acres with R ock v iews, 5 . 1 7 private $124,000 Call Donna Road. Corner 1.21 well, Carter, MLS acres, paved street, acres borders public old-growth trees and mtn. views. $42,500 land. $65,000. 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• Townhome in Broken Top Golf Community • 2204 sq. ft., remodeled bathrooms, sunroom • Nice deck,view of pond and common area • MLS 20 I 507742

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$325,000 • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, I 488 sq. ft. • Single level home with an open floor plan • .35-acre corner lot, garden shed, RV parking

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63500 Deschutes Market Rd

$385,000 • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, i 668 sq. ft. • Single level, beautifully upgraded kitchen • 3.9I acres,2.5 acres irrigated,shop

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High Price $I,895,000

L0W PriCe $2I2,000

Median Price $449,000 Median Price $332,000

L0W PriCe $I 58,000

Median Price $375,000

High Price $I,620,000

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L0W PriCe $225,000

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High Price $899,000

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80 ACRE ESTATE i $3,9$0,000 CRAIGLONG, BROKER 541-480-7647

• Custom 4555 sq.ft. home • Unobstructed Cascade views • Horse barn, 2 haybarns,shop • MLS 201408573

TUMALO 4.96 ACRESi $3r$00s000 5.5 bath SRAH ppHFAIRIAHKS • 5267 sq.ft., 5 bedroom, • Cascadeviews,private river access BROKER , SRES, • 5-stall barn, guest home GRI, CPPE 541-383-4344 • MLS 201 504254

NWBEND f $1149000

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AWBREY GLEN f $879,000

• 4025 sq.ft., 4 bedroom, 4 bath KELLY NEUMAN, PRINCIPAL BROKER • River rock, log accents,granite • 19 4 acres, 5000 sq.ft. shop 541-480-2102 • MLS 201 409795

wmnert DIANEROBINSON • Tour of Homes BROKER, ABR • ' Golf course, single.level home • 3 bedroom, den, 2.5 bath 541419-8165 • MLS 201502363

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FAIRWA YCRESTVILLAGEf $719,000 • 2927 sq.ft. JACKJOHNS, • 4 bedroom,3 bath BROKER , GRI • .25acre, SHARC paid in full 541480-9300 • MLS 201503418

SUNRIVER f $598,900 GARYROSE, BROKER , MBA 541-588-0687

• 3042 sq.ft., 4 bedroom,4 bath • Vaulted ceilings, redoakfloors • .26acre, large deck,hottub • MLS 201500667


4.6 SESENDACRES f $589,000 JERRY STONE, BROKER 541-390-9598

• Cascade Mountain &Pilot Butteviews


• 2780 sq.ft. home • 4 bedroom,2.5 bath • MLS 201 508293

• 1969 sq.ft. Craftsman home • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Granite, exposed beams, woodfloors

541-788-3678 • MLS 201505869

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541-480-2102 • MLS 201504291

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BROKER 541-480-8796

GOLDENBUTTE f $524,900 • 2830 sq.ft., 3 bedroom,2.5 bath • Island kitchen,granite, slate • Expansivedeck, paverpatio


AWBREY VILLAGEf $439,900 CATHYDELNERO • 2128 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath BROKER , CS

• 2995 sq.ft., 4 bedroom,3bath • Main floor master,.16 acre

• Professionally landscaped 541-322-2417 • MLS 201506718

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• 2018 sq.ft. singlele.vel townhome • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2<ar garage • Granite counters,private deck

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• 2570 sq.ft. custom home • 4 bedroom,2.5 bath • Hickory floors, granite counters

541-633-0255 • MLS 201408598


FOREST MEADOWS f $360sppp • 1954 sq.ft., 4 bedioom, 2.5 bath • Vaulted ceilings,hardwoods,tile • Close to PeschuteRi s ver

541-728-6725 • MLS 201502110

CIMARRON CITY i $324,700 ' 1400 sq.ft. single-level • 3 bedroom,2 bath • 2.26 acres 541-383-4334 • MLS 201507812

MIRADA i $298,990


600 sq.ft. cabin DARRINKELLEHER • Fully furnished • Sleeps 6 65 acrelot BROKER



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541-788-0029 • MLS 201507426


• 1544 sq.ft. new construction

• 3 bedroom, 2 bath • Stone fireplace,breakfastbar 541-480-1911 • MLS 20150501 3



TERRANGO GLEN f $289,000 • 1508 sq.ft, single l .vel • 3 bedroom, 2 bath • Big deck,peekabooviews

541-948-0997 • MLS 201507490

NE BEND f $274,900

GREG LANGHJUM, • Smgle level1371sqft • 3 bedroom,2 bath BROKER • 2car garage RV parking 541-316-5903 • MLS 201507446

lA PINEf $235,000

NW SEND CONDO f$267,$00 DEBBIE JOHNSON • 1213 sq.ft. condo • 4 bedroom, 2 bath,opengreatroom BROKER • Vaulted ceiling, hardwood floors 541-480-1293 • MLS 201 501585

• 1296 sq.ft, manufactured JAN IAUGH LIN, • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, .98 acrelot BROKER , ABR, CRS,GRI,CSP • Greenhouse,fenced, gardensheds 541-350-6049 • MLS 201507074


• 1188 sq.ft. manufactured

• 3 bedroom, 2 bath • Private .95 acre,detachedgarage

541-896-1263 • MLS 201505238


SW REDMONDf $179,900 ltgRK VAL(ESCHIHI, • 1226 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2 bath PC, BROK ER, CRS,GRI • New exterior 8 interior paint 541-383-4364 • MLS 201508092


• .46acre commercial lot

• Site approved for 5100 sfbuilding • Hwy 97 access 541-408-2265 • MLS 201307129


• 19.88 acres •Casca deMtn.8 SmithRockviews • Septic approved,bordersBLM

• MLS 201 406241


• SE BENDLOTf $125,000 DEBOA RHBENSOH, ’ 47 «« li>t neighborhood PC, BROK ER,GRI, • Established PREV IEWSPECIALIST • Build yourdreamhome 541480-6448 • MLS 201505691


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Al l p er› Self-Storage September 15, 2015. sons having claims S eptember 21 a t business The following certifi› against the estate are 10:00am. dard 4 cyl engine, (photo for illustrationonly) cation is added at the required to p resent LEGAL NOTICE 2 2+ m pg , o n e end of the published them, with vouchers Notice of Preliminary Ford Focus 2012, list: attached, to the per› Determination for s enior own e r , VIN „367736 sonal representative non-smoker, well $1 3,997 Right Transfer YOU ARE HEREBY c/o Brian R . W i t t, Water maintained, nearly (exp. 8/31/1 5) T-11090 (Mitigation REQUIRED TO TAKE Farleigh Wada Witt, With an ad in new tires, original DLR „366 Dodge Big Horn NOTICE that D e s› 121 SW M o rrison,Credit Project MP-139) spare near new, Ram 2500, 2005, 6 SMOLICH chutes County, Or› Suite 600, Portland, T-11090 f i le d by The Bulletin’s runs ex c e llent. speed manual. Ex› egon has filed in the Oregon 97204, within Patrick Griffiths, City V OL V O tra tires and rims, $14,750. Circuit Court of t he four months after the 541-749-2156 Bend, 62975 Boyd "Call A Service 908 canopy goes with. 541-633-9895 State of Oregon for date of first publica› of smolichvolvo.corn Rd., Bend, OR Deschutes County, an tion of this notice, or Acres Aircraft, Parts Husky 16K EZ Roller Excellent condition, 97701, proposes a Professional" well mai n tained, application for judg› the claims may be 5th wheel hitch; and Honda Pilot 2012 LX & Service change in place of 935 5th wheel tailgate fits runs great. 160K Black, 36,870 miles, ment to foreclose the barred. All p ersons use and character of Directory miles. $2 8 ,500 Sport Utility Vehicles ’03 dodge or newer, Vin„056700 $23,795. lien of all taxes shown whose rights may be use under Certificate 541-620-1212 AAA Ore. Auto Source on the 2015-2016 De› affected by the pro› 83571. The right al› $500 for both or will sell separately! corner of West Em› schutes County Tax ceedings may obtain lows the use of up to Foreclosure List set additional information 1.78 cfs from the De› 541-923-2595 pire 8 Hwy 97, Bend. LEGAL NOTICE forth, and that the said from the records of 541-598-3750 River in Sec. This is an action for 932 Deschutes County, as the court, the p er› schutes www.aaaoregonauto› 29, T17S, R12E, WM Judicial Foreclosure Antique 8 source.corn Dlr 0225 Plaintiff in said appli› sonal representative, for irrigation in Sec. of real property com› 1/3 interest in cation, will apply to or the attorney for the as Classic Autos T13S, R13E, Sec monly k n ow n Columbia400, the Court for a Gen› personal representa› 33, 1977 6, T 1 4S , R1 3 E , 19138 Baker Road, Financing available. eral Judgment fore› tive, Brian R . W i tt, 1 Dodge Ram 3500 F J40 Toyota Sects. 4, 5, 10, 17, 19 Bend, OR 97702. A closing such tax liens Farleigh Wada Witt, and 30, T15S, R13E, motion o r 2005, Lande ruiser $125,000 a n swer VIN „851216 not less than thirty 121 SW M o rrison, WM. The a pplicant must be given to the with winch, (located O Bend) Suite 600, Portland, $24,888. (30) days from the 541-288-3333 $21,000. or admin› date of the publica› Oregon 97204. Dated proposes to create an court clerk (exp8/31 8/1 5) 541-389-7113, within 30 days Hyundai Tuscon 2010, tion of this Notice, and and first p ublished instream use in Des› istrator DLR „366 Michelle chutes River from the of the date of the first VIN „103840 any and all persons August 15, 2015. point of diversion to publication specified $1 7,597 interested in any of CHEVELLE Lake Billy Chinook at herein along with the (exp. 8/31/1 5) LEGAL NOTICE the real property in› MALIBV 1971 maximum of 1.016 required filing fee. IN DLR „366 cluded in said Fore› IN T H E CI R CUIT a 57K original miles, CIRCU I T cfs, and to establish T HE COURT O F THE closure L i s t are SMOLICH credits in COURT O F THE 350 c.i., auto, 1/5 share in v ery hereby required to file STATE OF OREGON, mitigation Deschutes STATE OF OREGON stock, all original, 541-548-1448 V Q L V Q FOR THE COUNTY the nice 150 HP Cessna answer and defense, S t udy FOR THE COUNTY Hi-Fi stereo smolichmotors.corn 150; 1973 C e s sna 541-749-2156 if any there be, to OF DE S CHUTES. Groundwater DE S CHUTES. The applicant OF $15,000 EDMUND M U NOZ, Area. 150 with L ycoming smolichvolvo.corn such complaint for Ford F150 2013super› BMW X3, 2004, one also proposed a can› U.S B A N K NA› 0-320 150 hp engine General J u dgment i ndividually and A s crew cab Lariat, owner, meticulously of a portion TIONAL A SSOCIA› 541-279-1072 conversion, 400 0 maintained, all ser› within thirty (30) days Personal Representa› cellation 36,300 mi., „B83715 of supplemental rights TION, ITS SUCCES› Tick, Tock hours. TT airframe. from the date of the tive of the estate of vice records, always $39,995 under Cer t i ficate S ORS AND/ O R Shane Munoz, De› Approx. 400 hours on garaged, 2.5 liter, publication of this No› AAA Ore. Auto Source 6714. Th e W a t er ASSIGNS, Plaintiff, v. Tick, TOCk... 0-timed 0-320. Han› tice, which date is ceased and on behalf 7 corner of West Em› a uto, 4wd , 1 3 4 k D epart› WILLIAM F. M I L L› of KATHLEEN GIL› Resources gared in nice (electric September 17, 2015. pire & Hwy 97, Bend. miles, see more info ...don’t let time get proposes to ap› ARD; NELLI V. MILL› door) city-owned han› L IAM an d MA K A I ment 541-598-3750 at: prove the t r ansfer, ARD; and ALL away. Hire a gar at the Bend Air› www,aaaoregonauto› http: //bend.craigslist. Notice of this foreclo› MUNOZ, Plaintiff, v. ased on t h e r e › OTHER P E RSONS port. One of very few sure proceeding is KEVIN PERRY and b source.corn Dlr 0225 org/cto/5127673378. professional out of ORS OR PARTIES UN› C -150’s t h a t ha s g iven by o n e ( 1 ) AMANDA WEINMAN, quirements html. $10,495. Call CORVETTE 1979, of The Bulletin’s hapter 540, O A R KNOWN CLAIMING never been a trainer. glass top, 31k miles, weekly publication of Defendants. No. C Mike: 541-390-8064 690-380-5000 and ANY RIGHT, TITLE, "Call A Service $4500 wi ll consider all original, silver & the foregoing Foreclo› 1 5CV16180. S U M › OAR 6 9 0-077-0075. LIEN, OR INTEREST trades for whatever. sure List in the "Bulle› MONS. TO: K e v in Professional" maroon. $12,500. The Department has IN THE REAL PROP› tin", a daily newspa› Call Ji m Fr a zee, Perry, 2461 NW Aw› 541-388-9802 also concluded that E RTY C O M M O N LY Directory today! 541-410-6007 per of gene r al brey Road, Bend OR proposed transfer KNOWN AS 1 9 138 c irculation i n D e s › 97701. Y o u are the appears to result in BAKER ROA D, Ford F-150 4WD chutes County, Or› hereby required to credits pur› BEND, OR 9 7 702, Super Cab 2013, egon, pursuant to Or› appear and defend mitigation suant to OAR Defendants. Case No. Immaculate. Origiegon Revised Statute t he c o mplaint f o r 690-521-0300 & OAR 14CV0107FC. SUM› BNfl/I/ X3 Si 2007, nal owner. 5.0 V-8, WRONGFUL DEATH 690-521-0400. 312.040(1)(a). MONS. TO DEFEN› Low Miles - 68,500 6 speed auto. with in the s hooting of DANTS ALL OTHER mi., AWD, leather manual option, tow Shane Munoz de› WAYNE LOWRY DODGE STEALTH Any person may file, PERSONS OR PAR› Interior, su n roof, Jeep Grand Chero› rear package, Tax Collector m and f o r rel i e f 1992 RT twin turbo, 1974 Bellanca UNK N OWN kee Overland 2012, or severally, a TIES lock-out diff., chrome b luetooth, voi c e Deschutes County, (money damages), jointly 1730A 2180 TT, 440 5spd, 49,247 miles. 4x4 V-6, all options, ANY command system, protest or s t anding CLAIMING package, adj. ped› Oregon filed against you in the new era Classic SMO, 180 mph running boards, front within 30 RIGHT, TITLE, LIEN, als, t i l t st e e ring and too much more above-entitled action statement •Excellent condition muscle car! one guard, nav., air and days after the l ast O R I NTEREST IN to list here. $15,900. wheel. Sliding rear LAURIE E. within thirty (30) days date of n e wspaper THE REAL P ROP› .Always hangared owner, $9,500. heated leather, cus› Please call Dan at w indow, chr o me from the date of ser› CRAGHEAD 541-647-8483 •One owner for tom wheels and new Assistant Legal Counsel vice of this summons publication of this no› E RTY C O M M O N LY 541-815-6611 cust. wheels, color 35 years. tires, only 47K miles, KNOWN AS 1 9 138 matched c a n opy upon you, and in case tice, 08/22/2015, or Deschutes County, $30,995 ROA D, $40 000. publication of notice in BAKER with carpeted Bed› Oregon of your failure to do 541-408-7908 In IVIadras, the Dep a rtment’s BEND, OR 97702: IN R ug bed liner. 1 0 so, for want thereof, notice, which› THE NAME OF THE call 541-475-6302 ply tires, 65K mi. plaintiff will apply to weekly e ver is later. C a l l STATE OF OREGON: C lear t itle. M o r e the Court for r elief You are hereby re› Sell an Item 503) 986-0807 t o available. HANGAR FOR SALE. pics. demanded i n the (obtain additional in› quired to appear and 30x40 end unit T $28,500. Contact Bill complaint. Foster A. or a protest defend the action filed hanger in Prineville. at: 541-771-7111, ltd 4 Glass, OSB „ 751334, formation Chevy Tracker 2003, Ford Mustang form. If no protests a gainst you i n t h e Dry walled, insulated billtinbend@msn.corn 339 S W Cen t ury 2.5L V-6 cyl Hard top 1965, filed, the Depart› above-entitled cause and painted. $23,500 6-cylinder, Jeep Wrangler Rubi› Drive, Ste 201, Bend are VIN „914067. $6,688. auto trans, ment will issue a final within 30 days from Tom, 541.788.5546 con 2 0 04, $17,500 O R 9 7 702, T e l e › (exp. 8/31/2015) power brakes, power consistent with the date of service of If it’s under$500 Mileage: 065 , 154 phone: 541-317-0703. order DLR „366 steering, garaged, Redmond Hangar preliminary deter› this Summons upon A utomatic, Cru i se NOTICE T O THE the well maintained, you can place it in Heated, 55’ wide, 75’ mination. you; and if you fail to ~oMo4, Control, Tow Bar, Air DEFENDANT: READ deep, 18’ high. Office, engine runs strong. appear and defend, The Bulletin Conditioning, Power THESE PAP E RS. LEGAL NOTICE bath with shower. For 74K mi., great condi› for want thereof, the Door Locks, Alarm You must "appear" in NOTICE OF SEIZURE tion.$1 2,500. Classifieds for: lease, $2000/month. Plaintiff will apply to and much more. Call this case or the other FOR CIVIL Ford F-250 1990 Must see! 503- 547-5770 the court for the relief Gary: 541-280-0558. side will win automati› FORFEITURE TO ALL 541-598-7940 extended cab, v e ry 541-548-1448 demanded t h erein. $10- 3 lines, 7 days cally. To "appear" you POTENTIAL clean, n o d a mage smolichmotors.corn Dated: 8/1 0 /2015. must file with the court CLAIMANTS AND TO 97,992 miles, 460 V8, $16 • 3 lines, 14 days A LDRIDGE PI T E , a legal paper called a ALL UNKNOWN 2WD tool box, auto 3 LLP. By:/s/ Amy Har› "motion" or "answer". PERSONS READ THIS r ington. Amy speed/OD. A s k i ng Garage Sales (Private Parly ads only) H ar› The "motion" or "an› CAREFULLY $5000. Call Dennis rington, OSB „ swer" mustbe given to at 541-548-8662 or Garage Sales 123363, (503) the court clerk or ad› If you have any inter› 345-9459, 541-280-5994 Redmond Save money. Learn Facsimile: I LEGAL NOTICE NissanRogue 2014 Garage Sales ministrator within 30 est i n t h e s e i zed to fly or build hours IN T H E C I R CUIT days along with the 412-2775, ahar› Jeep CJ5 4x41967, USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! VIN „799777 d e s cribed (858) with your own air› rington@aldridgepite. first year of the orig. COURT O F THE required filing fee. It› property $21,997 Find them below, you must claim c raft. 1 96 8 A e r o STATE OF OREGON Dauntless V-6, last Door-to-door selling with (exp. 8/31/1 5) must be i n p r oper that interest or you will corn, 621 SW Morri› Commander, 4 seat, in year of the "All metal" FOR D E SCHUTES form and have proof automatically lose that son Street, Suite 425, DLR „366 150 HP, low time, fast results! It’s the easiest COUNTY. I n the body! Engine over› The Bulletin o f service o n t h e interest. If you do not Portland, OR 97205, full panel. $21,000 SMOLICH hauled: new brakes, way in the world to sell. Matter of the Estate of Plaintiff’s Attorney or, file a claim for the O f A t t orneys f o r obo. Contact Paul at Classifieds Nancy Lee Roberts, if the Plaintiff does not property, the property Plaintiff. NOTICE TO fuel pump, steering V OL V O 541-447-5184. gear box, battery, al› The Bulletin Classified Deceased. Case No. have a n a t t orney, may be forfeited even DEFENDANT/DE› 541-749-2156 541-385-5809 15 PB 03105. NO› proof of service upon if you are not con› FENDANTS. R E AD ternator, emergency 541 485-5809 smolichvolvo.corn PAP E R S brake pads, gauges, TICE T O IN T E R› he plaintiff. If y o u victed of any crime. T HESE ESTED P ERSONS. thave AREFULLY: Y o u warn hubs, dual ex› any questions, To claim an interest, C must "appear" in this haust, 5 wide traction NOTICE IS HEREBY should see an you must file a written GIVEN that the un› you or the other side tires, 5 new spoke, attorney immediately. claim with the forfei› case win automatically. chrome wheels. NO dersigned has been If you need help in counsel named will To "appear" you must appointed personal finding an attorney, ture rust, garage stored. below, The w r itten Superhawk N7745G representative. All you should call the $7,495 OBO! claim must be signed file with the court a le› Owners' Group LLC (775) 513-0822 persons having claims Oregon State Bar’s by you, sworn to un› gal paper called a Cessna 172/1 80 hp, against the estate are Lawyer Referral Ser› der penalty of perjury "motion" or "answer". full IFR, new avionics, The "motion" or "an› required to present vice at GTN 750, touch› (503) before a notary public, swer" must be given them, with vouchers 684-3763 or toll-free screen center stack, and state: (a) Your attached, to the un› in Oregon at (800) true name; (b) The to the court clerk or exceptionally clean. dersigned p e rsonal 452-7636. STATE OF address at which you administrator w i t hin Healthy engine representative at: OREGON, County of will a c cept f u ture 30 days (or 60 days reserve fund. Defendant United Shon Thomas Day, Hangared at KBDN. ss. I, the m ailings f ro m t h e for Mercedes 450 SL 4400 N W Qu i nce Deschutes) States or State of Or› Oneshare undersigned attorney court and f orfeiture 1979 Roadster, soft egon Department of Lane, Redmond, OR available, $10,000 record for the plain› counsel; and (3) A & hard tops, always 9 7756 w i thin f o u r of Revenue) along with Call 541-815-2144 t iff, certify that t h e statement that y ou garaged, 122k mi., months after the date foregoing is an exact have an interest in the the required filing fee. extras, $9, 7 0 0. of first publication of and complete copy of seized property. Your It must be in proper 918 541-548-5648 t his notice, o r t h e the original summons deadline for filing the form and have proof Trucks & claims may be barred. in the above entitled claim document with o f service o n t h e attorney or, All persons whose a ction. F oster A . forfeiture Heavy Equipment n sel plaintiff’s if the plaintiff does not rights may be af› Glass, O S B No. named belowcou is 21 an at t orney, fected by t h e p r o› 751334, Attorney of 1997 Utility 53’x102" dry days from the last day have ceeding may obtain record for Plaintiff. proof of service on the freight van. S liding of publication of this plaintiff. If you have additional information axles, leaf s prings, notice. Where to file a questions, you should from the records of good tires, body & claim and for more im› the court or the per› FIND YOUR FUTURE swing doors in exc. Pontiac 1966 Bon› information: D a i n a see an attorney ;Re¹.-4 • sonal representative. HOME INTHE BULLETIN If you need cond., has no dings, neville Convertible. Vitolins, Crook County mediately. in finding an at› Date and first pub› road ready! $7500 3 89 Engine, 3 2 5 District Attorney Of› help torney, you may con› l ished August 2 2 , Your future is just apage o bo. Sisters, O R . fice, 300 N E T hird away. Whether you’ re l o oki n g Horsepower $6500 the Oregon State 2015. Shon Thomas 541-719-1217 Street, Prineville, OR tact Call John Bar’s Lawyer Referral Day, Personal Repre› fora hatoraplaceto hang it, 97754. 541-389-6116 The Bulletin Cl a ssified is S ervice o n line a t sentative. PER› 927 Notice of reasons for your best source. SONAL REPRESEN› Forfeiture: The prop› www.oregonstatebar. Automotive Trades or by calling (503) TATIVE: Shon Every daythousandsof erty described below org 684-3763 ( in t h e Thomas Day, 4400 buyers andsellers of goods was seized for forfei› Portland metropolitan NW Quince L a ne, and services dobusinessin ture because it: (1) area) Redmond, OR 97756, these pages.They know else› Constitutes the pro› whereorintoll-free Oregon at (541) 279-9689. AT› you can’t beatThe Bulletin ceeds of the violation TORNEY FOR PER› Classified Section for of, solicitation to vio› (800) 452-7636. SONAL REPRESEN› selection and Chevy El Camino 1973, convenience late, attempt to vio› TATIVE: Charles N. - every item isjust a phone RARE! Manual trans. late, or conspiracy to 2 013 7 f t .X18 f t . Fadeley, CHARLES call away. 4 spd, Exc. Cond. violates, the criminal Carry-On open car Have an item to F ADELEY, P.C. A t› $7500. 541-389-1086 laws of the State of hauler trailer. Used The Classified Sectionis torney at Law, Post sell quick? Oregon regarding the only three times to easy to use. Every i t em Office Box 1408, Sis› 933 manufacture, distribu› If it’s under haul my 1967 Ca› i s categorized and every ters, OR 97759, (541) Pickups tion, or possession of ’500 you can place it in maro, and looks like cartegoIy is indexedonthe 549-0125, taR controlled substances new. I had the front section’s front page. fade@bendbroad› Ch e yenne (ORS C hapter475); =- The Bttjjetim =: — .— , The Bulletin barrier made and in› Chevy band.corn (e-mail). Whether youarelooking for and/or (2) Was used 1996, 2 5 0 0 ex› stalled and added Classifieds for: a home or need a servi c e, tended cab, 4WD, or intended for use in the tool box. It also your future is inthe pagesof committing or facili› ps, pb, a/c, cruise, g~g,~n .’ WHAT has a mounted new www.bendbulletin.corn A DIFFERENCE '10 -3 lines, 7 days The Bulletin Classified. recent u p grades. Find It in tating the violation of, spare tire. $4,800. ~~ ~ A DECADE MAKES E xcellent tru c k , solicitation to violate, ’1 6 - 3 lines, 14 days to place an ad,call 541-885-5808 541-876-5375 or The Bulletin Classifieds! $4850 OBO - Cash! attempt to violate, or (Private Party ads only) The Bulletin cell: 503-701-2256. 54f -385-5809 savingcentral oregon since SIB 541-876-5570 conspiracy to violate LEGAL NOTICE Deschutes County Tax Foreclosure List for 2015-2016 CORRECTION Deschutes C o u nty published the list of foreclosed properties

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Subaru Legacy LL Bean 2006,

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NEW 2015 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 Navigation, Power Lift Gate, 20" Wheels

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New 2015Subaru Forester 2.5i Premium CVT


NEW 2015 FORD F150 ECOBOOST CREW 4X4 Chrome Package, Remote Start, Rear View Camera

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NEW 2015 FORD F250 4X4 CREW LONG BED Lariat, Heated/Cooled Seats, Remote Start

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