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Cockroach WarS —The notoriously resilient

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Immigration —Farmers who say Americans havea choice: imported food or imported labor.AS

In Oregon news —New agreement would allow ranchers to kill wolves that attack their livestock.BS

Cascade camping just got cooler Many campgrounds are booked solid. If you're among those braving chilly temperatures this weekend, here's what to expect.

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President Barack Obama's conciliatory gesture toward the press this week — a review of Justice Department investigations involving journalists — struck some national security reporters as closing the door after the sources have already bolted. In announcing the review in his speech Thursday, the president said he was "troubled" that recent investigations, which involved the extensive tracking of the Fox News reporter James Rosen and the seizing of phone records at The Associated Press, "may chill the investigative journalism that holds government accountable." Journalists say that chill has already set in. Jeremy Scahill, who writes about national security for The Nation, said that some sources who used to agree to encrypted chats and offthe-record conversations have recently stopped feeling comfortable with these terms. "At times it seems that being a Luddite may be the safest way to do serious national security reporting in a climate where there appears to be an intensifying war on serious journalism," Scahill wrote in an email. Noah Shachtman, editor of Wired.com's Danger Room blog, said that sources had told him to stay away in the recent climate of leak prosecutions. SeeReporters /A4

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Gale Miller, of Sweet Home, affixes a line to help secure a tarp that will provide shelter from possible inclement weather above his coolers and a tent for his grandkids while setting up camp on Friday at Little Lava Lake Campground west of Bend. Miller and his wife, Diane, were preparing camp for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, where they will be joined by two of their daughters, four of their grandchildren, and four other friends. Miller said they brought propane heaters and warm clothes to prepare for a possibly cold weekend.

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Local campground hosts claim Central Oregon's outdoors folk are a hardy lot and won't let a cold weather forecastkeep them from spending the Memorial Day Weekend outside under somewhat cloudy skies. "Ifyou're a tentcamper, you're tough," said Mark Bucher, who works as a campground host at the Tumalo State Park between Bend and Sisters. "If you're a tent camper, you've come ready for the weather." While earlier predictions

that it would snow this holiday weekend have fizzled, National Weather Service forecaster Rob Brooks said evening temperatures would reach a low of 36 to 41 degrees today, 38 to 43 degrees Sunday, and 37 to 42 degrees Monday. He's also predicting a 20 to 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms throughout the weekend, particularly in the region's higher elevations where most of the camp-

grounds managed by the Deschutes National Forest and the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department

are located. "Even though it's not going to snow," said Brooks, who works with the weather service's Pendleton office, "you've got to remember that a low of 37 to 42 degrees and rain makes for some pretty chilly weather." Brooks warned that people who encountercold temperatures and moist environm ents face an increased risk of hypothermia, when their body temperature gets too low and their heart, nervous system and other organs stop working properly. He recommended people

who plan to be outside this weekend keep their warmweather gear handy and come up with ways to stay dry, by wearing rain gear, or dry off quickly if they get caught by the rain. Bucher said the cold and rainy weather comes at a time when his campground's 73 campsites — 23 of which have a full-hookup for campers and Rvs — and seven yurts are booked solid with guests who are looking to celebrate this summer's first three-day weekend by enjoying the great outdoors.

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SALEM — Oregon State University-Cascades students could see a $360 tuition hike next year if the State Board of Higher Education gives the go-ahead for the increase. On Friday, the board's finance committee voted to recommend the tuition increase to the full state board. The board will take up the matter for a final vote toward the end of June. Tuition at the OSU-Cascades campus in Bend is about $6,300 a year. About 67 percent of the student population receives financial aid. "On one hand, we understand that the burden is being placed on students and they are having to find the resources to afford their education," said Christine Coffin, director of communications with OSU-Cascades. "On the other hand, state funding has declined and so universities are having to increase tuition to m ake up the difference." Jay Kenton, the Oregon University System vice chancellor for finance and administration, saidthis is the lowest rate increase in the past five years. SeeTuition/A5

Museumswork to return plundered human remains By Doreen Carvajal New York Times News Service

BERLIN — Rows of gaptoothed human skulls and formaldehyde-soaked brains stock the Museum of Medical History here, where the popular exhibition "Beneath the Skin" can be so grim that visitors will occasionally swoon

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to the cold stone floor. For more than a century, the museum has exhibited assorted limbs, bones, tubercular lungs and fetuses, all in the name of science and enlightenment. Yet lately the curators are re-evaluating the principles that govern their displays

as they confront a growing debate over what cultural organizations should be doing to preserve the dignity of the dead. Many of the world's grand museums are hearing increasingdemands for the return of human remains from formercolonies or con-

quered peoples. Some are giving back skulls and other bones that were once viewed as exotic trinkets and were traded by native peoples or plundered in the late 1800s by scientists exploring racial differences. Late last month the medical museum and officials who

direct the anatomy collection of a sister organization at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, returned 33 skulls and skeletons to Australia and to members of tribes from the Torres Strait Islands between northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. See Remains/A5

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BEIJING — Th e C hinese leader, Xi Jinping, bluntly told a North Korean envoy Friday that his country should return to diplomatic talks designed to rid North Korea of its nuclear weapons, according to a staterun Chinese news agency. "The denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and lasting peace on the peninsula is what the people want and also the trend of the times," Xi said in a meeting at the Great Hall of the People with Vice Marshal Choe Ryong-hae, a personal envoy of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, the China News Service reported. Choe, who has been in Beijing for three days on a mission to repair the prickly relationship between North Korea and China, handed Xi a letter from Kim. The contents were not disclosed.

In telling the North it should return to the negotiating table, Xi appeared to strike a stern tone, saying, "The Chinese position is very clear: no matter how the situation changes, relevant parties should all adhere to the goal of denuclearization of the peninsula, persist in safeguarding its peace and stability, and stick to solving problems through d i alogue and consultation." The Chinese leader called for resuming th e s o-called six-party talks, the diplomatic effort among six countries including China and the United States that collapsed in 2008 when North Korea walked out. U .S. experts o n No r t h Korea say it is unlikely that North Korea would agree to the talks, largely because the United States and South Korea would insist on preconditions like a pledge from North Korea that it would abandon

JetS SCramdled —Britain scrambled fighter jets Friday to inter-

its nuclear program. The warning Friday from Xi follows a clear message the Chinese president delivered at a conference in April at Boao in southern China, when he said that "no one should be allowed to throw a region and even the whole world into chaos for selfish gain." A U.S. expert on North Korea said Friday a resumption of the six-party talks that include China, the United States, North Korea, South Korea, Japan and Russia was unlikely. "There is no realistic prospectforany near-term resumption of diplomacy with Pyongyang," said Jonathan Pollack, the author of a book on North Korea and its weapons program. "But North Korean actions in recent months have enabled the most candid and realistic discussions between Washington and Beijing that have ever taken place."

cept a commercial airliner carrying more than 300 people from Pakistan, diverting it to an isolated runway at an airport on the outskirts

of London andarresting two British passengers who allegedly threatened to destroy the plane. A British security official said the situation involving the Pakistan International Airlines flight did not appear terror-related, though police were still investigating.

Syrian talkS —Syria's government has agreedto attend a U.S.Russian-brokered peaceconference, according to Moscow. While this development might seem at first glance to be a step toward ending the civil war, strong skepticism persists on both sides. Doubting that Da-

mascus is serious andmaybestalling while government forces make battlefield gains, the Syrian opposition has demanded guarantees that President Bashar Assad's departure top the agenda; Russia ques-

tioned whether the fragmented opposition is capable of negotiating with one voice. The group is set to vote on a new leader today.

RaCial Prafiling —A federal judge ruled Friday that the office of America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff systematically singled out Latinos in its trademark immigration patrols, marking the first finding

by a court that the Arizonaagency racially profiles people. The ruling represents a victory for those who pushed the lawsuit. They weren't seeking money damages but rather a declaration that Maricopa

County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office engages in racial profiling and an order that requires it to makepolicy changes. SCOutS COntrOVerSy —TheBoy Scouts of America will get no reprieve from controversy after a contentious vote to accept openly gay boys asScouts. Dismayed conservatives are already looking at alternative youth groups asthey predict a mass exodus from the BSA. Gay-rights supporters vowedFriday to maintain pressure onthe

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HISTORY Highlight:In1961, President

John E Kennedytold Congress: "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out,

of landing amanonthe moon

and returning him safely to the earth." In1787, the Constitutional

Conventio nbeganatthePennsylvania State House(Independence Hall) in Philadelphia after

enough delegateshadshown up for a quorum. In1810,Argentina beganits revolt against Spanish rule with the forming of the Primera

Junta in BuenosAires. In1895, playwright Oscar Wil-

de was convicted of amorals charge in London; hewas sentenced to two years in prison. In1935, Babe Ruth hit the

714th and final homerun of his career, for the Boston Braves, in a game against the Pittsburgh

Pirates. In1942, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Stilwell, frustrated over being driven out of Burma by

Japanese troops during World

War II, told reporters in Delhi, India: "I claim we got a hell of a beating."

In1946, Transjordan (now Jordan) became a kingdom as it proclaimed its new monarch, Abdullah I. In1963, the Organisation of African Unity was founded in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (The OAU was disbanded in 2002 in

favor of the African Union.)

Some populations of the insect have foiled the multibillion dollar pest control industry. They have evolved an aversion to glucose, a form of sugar

A cockroach's, four major external chemosen-

used to bait poisons. By JamesGorman

and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Everyone knows that cock- Davis, who was not part of the roaches are the ultimate sur- research. "Sometimes," he said, "the vivors, with enough evolutionary tricksup their carapaces science is beautiful but you to have thrived for 350 million don't know whether there is years and to have completely going to be an application five adapted to the human species. years from now, 10 years from But the nature of the adapta- now or 100 years." In this case, tion that researchers in North he said, the impact was both Carolina described this week fundamental and practical. in the journal Science is imAyako Wa d a-Katsumata, pressive even for such an an- Jules Silverman and C o by cient, ineradicable lineage, ex- Schal, all at North Carolina perts say. Some populations of State University, who wrote cockroachesevolved a simple, the report in Science, set out to highly effective defense against explain a well-known phenomsweet-tasting p o ison b a i ts: enon: Some populations of GerThey switched their internal man cockroaches (the ones that chemistry around so that glu- apartment dwellerssee scurcose, a form of sugar that is a rying around in the kitchen at sweet come-hither to countless night) avoid poison bait that forms of life, tastes bitter. is laced with glucose, which is The way the roach's senses supposed to attract them. changed, experts say, is an This behavior, discovered by elegant example of quick evo- Silverman, "first appeared in lutionary change in behavior, the early '90s," said Jim Fredand offers the multibillion-dol- ericks, chief entomologist at lar pest control industry valu- the National Pest Management able insights into enemy se- Association, shortly after excrets, perhaps even revealing terminators — who now prefer some clues for the fight against to be called pest management malaria-carrying mosquitoes, professionals — started using which are far more dangerous poison baits instead of sprayto human health than roaches. ing as the main method of bat"This is a fantastic discov- tling roaches. To get around the ery," said Walter Leal, the head problem, the industry develof the entomology department oped new baits, but the change in the College of Agricultural in roach behavior was a puzzle. New Yorle Times News Service

Grzegorz Buczkowski, an entomologist at Purdue University who was not involved in the research, said the industry was always developing new poisons, because roaches and other pests become resistant to their effects, just as bacteria become resistant to antibiotics. "We lose baits all the time," he said. Inthis case, though, the problem was not a poison that had become ineffective. The cockroaches justseemed to avoid any bait that had glucose. Silverman showed that this behavior was inherited, not something an individual roach learned during its brief life. And a few years ago the North Carolina researchers decided to investigate what caused the

change. Instead of taste buds, roaches have taste hairs on many parts of their bodies. The three North Carolina researchers concentrated on those around the mouth area and on two types of nerve cells that sense tastes and respond by firing electrical signals to the brain. One responds only to sugars and other sweet substances; the other responds only to bitter substances. Whenever a molecule of something sweet attaches to a sweet detector, it fires electrical impulses and the roach

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brain senses sweetness, which makes it want to eat whatever it is tasting. Whenever a molecule of something bitter attaches to the bitter detector, that cell fires and the brain senses bitterness, which makes the roach want to avoid that substance. Yet somehow the roaches had changed so that the glucose made the bitter detector fire. "Basically," said Buczkowski, "when cockroaches taste glucose, they're repelled by it because it tastes bitter to them." Schal said the next step was to figure out the details of the genetic mutation that occurred. Perhaps a m utation had changed the molecules that detect bitter substances so that

they would be sensitive to glucosetoo. The research may be relevant far beyond roach control, perhaps helping to explain the behavior of mosquitoes that spread malaria, Schal said. "The mosquito changed its behavior," he said, "and no longer rests on walls that are treated with insecticide. Instead it tends to rest on the ceiling, or ... the outside walls that are not treated with insecticide. "We still don'tunderstandthe cellular, the neural mechanism responsible for this change in behavior of the mosquito," he said, so the approach that yielded results with the cockroach could offer useful insights.

In 1968, the Gateway Arch in

St. Louis wasdedicated byVice President Hubert Humphreyand Interior Secretary Stewart Udall. In1979, 273 people died when an American Airlines DC-10 crashed just after takeoff from Chicago's O'Hare Airport. Sixwhile on his way to a school bus stop in lower Manhattan. In1981, daredevil Dan Good-

Forecasterspredict rough hurricaneseason

win, wearing aSpiderman costume, scaled theoutside of

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year-old EtanPatzdisappeared

Chicago's Sears Tower in7t/2 hours. In1986, an estimated 7 mil-

lion Americans participated in "Hands Across America" to raise money for the nation's

hungry and homeless. In1988,the final episode of "St.

Elsewhere" aired onNBC-TV. Ten yearsago:In ahistoric vote cast under intense U.S.

pressure, Israel's government conditionally approved by anarrow margin an internationally

backed "road map" to peace. Nestor Kirchner wassworn in as Argentina's first popularly elected president since the

country's financial meltdown in December 2001.

Five yearsage:A tornado tore through Parkersburg, lowa, killing eight people. NASA's

Phoenix Mars Landerarrived to begin searching for water on the Red Planet.

One yearage:Theprivate companySpaceX made history as its Dragoncapsuledocked with the lnternational Space

Station. In Syria, morethan100 people werekilled in oneday in a cluster of villages in central

Homs province; U.N.investigators blamed pro-government gunmen for at least someof the killings, but the Syrian regime denied responsibility and blamed rebels.

BIRTHDAYS Former White Housenews secretary Ron Nessen is79. Actor Sir lan McKellen is 74.

Movie director and Muppeteer Frank Oz is 69. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., is 53.

Actor-comedian Mike Myers is 50. Actress Anne Heche is 44.

Actresses Lindsay andSidney Greenbush (TV: "Little House on the Prairie") are 43. Actor-

comedian JamieKennedyis 43. Actress Octavia Spencer is 43. Singer Lauryn Hill is 38. Actor Cillian Murphy is 37.

Olympic gold medal gymnast Aly Raisman is 19. — From wire reports

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COLLEGE P A RK , Md . — Get ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe an unusually wild one, federal forecasters say. Their prediction calls for 13 to 20 named Atlantic storms, seven to 11 that strengthen into hurricanes and three to six that become majorhurricanes. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric A dmi n i stration said there is a 70 percent chance that this year will be more active than an average hurricane season. If you l i v e i n h u r r icane prone areas along the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico, "This is your warning," said acting NOAA administrator Kathryn Sullivan. The season starts June I and lasts through November. A normal year has 12 named storms, six h u r ricanes and three major storms with winds over 110 mph. Last year was the third-busiest on record with 19 named storms. Ten became hurricanes and two w ere major storms, including Sandy, even though it lost hurricane status when it made landfall in New Jersey. The only storm to make it ashore in the U.S. as a hurricane was Isaac, which ended up in Louisiana at 80 mph after hitting the Caribbean and threatening th e R epublican convention in Tampa, Fla. This year, all the factors that go into hurricane forecasts are pointing to an active season, or an extremely active one, said lead forecasterGerry Bell of the Climate Prediction Center. Those factors include: warmer than average ocean waters that provide fuel for storms, a m ulti-decade pattern of increased hurricane activity, the lack of an El Nino warming of the central Pacific Ocean, and an active pattern of storm systems coming off west Africa. The Atlantic hurricane sea-

son goes through cycles of high and low activity about

every 25 to 40 years based on large scale climatic patterns in the atmosphere. A high activity period started around 1995, Sullivan said. O cean water is about 0.8 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than normal, but it's not as high as it has beenin other active years, Bell said. The forecasts don't include where storms might land, if any place. Despite the formation of more hurricanes recently, the last time a major hurricane made landfall in the United States was Wilma in 2005. That seven-year stretch is the longest on record. Changes in w eather patterns, especially the jet stream, have created fronts that in recent years tended to push many of th e b igger storms away, Bell said. But just because a storm is not technically classified major with 111 mph winds or more, doesn't mean it can't do lots of damage. Sandy is evidence of that; it killed 147 people and caused $50 billion in damage. Forecasters this s u mmer expect to see improvements in their calculations on how much a storm will strengthen or weaken, National Weather Service Director Louis Uccellini said. That's because the National H u r ricane C enter will start using a new system that incorporates real-time radar from planes flying through storms into computer forecast models. M eteorologists have h a d the most difficulty p redicting changes in the intensity of storms. Bell, who has been making these seasonal forecasts for 15 years, said his accuracy rate is about 70 percent. But last year, his predictions were far too low. He forecast nine to 15 named storms and four to eight h u r ricanes. There were 19 named storms and 10 hurricanes. During the six-month season,forecasters name tropical storms when top winds reach 39 mph; hurricanes have maximum winds of at least 74 mph.

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ment has made the centerpiece of its plans for building an economy nearly from scratch is at least five years behind schedule. The state-owned Chinese company that won the bidding has missed key deadlines in its still-secret contract with the Af-

ghan government and is trying to renegotiate the deal, according to several officials and observers inside and outside the Mining Ministry. T he Mes Aynak mine i n Logar province, about 25 miles south of Kabul, was celebrated as the biggest investment in Afghan history when it was announced in 2007. China Metallurgical Group Corp., a Beijing-

based conglomerate, signed a deal valued at about $3 billion for 30-year rights to mine the site, which is thought to contain the second-richest unexploited copper deposit in the world, an amount equal to more than one-thirdofthe copper reserves in all of China. China Metallurgical Group was supposed to begin mining this year, but it's done hardly any of the preliminary work required, including basic planning and a major feasibility study that's now overdue, said several people familiar with the contract, who spoke only on the condition of anonymity because of the delicate politics surrounding the mine. With the construction of required infrastructure awaiting the approval of those studies and other paperwork, mining is at least five years in the future, and probably much further off,

mining experts say. China Metallurgical Group's failure to proceed with developing the mine is a major blow to Afghan and U.S. hopes that Afghanistan can become a selfsustaining nation once the U.S. and other international militar-

ies have departed. Afghanistan produces huge amounts of opium, but it has almost no legal economy of its own, beyond donations from other countries. Two years ago, the World Bank estimated that 97 percent of Afghanistan's gross national product was derived from foreign military spending and assistance provided by international agencies and governments. A report April 30 by the U.S. Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction added to that, finding that the Afghan government can raise enough money on its own only to cover 10 percent of its

public spending. All this means that if foreign contributions dry up before Afghanistan can create a sustainable economy, it will struggle to operate its government properly and to field the 350,000 members of its national security forces, who are supposed to keep the Taliban insurgency atbay. Javed Noorani, an expert on mining issues with the Kabulbased watchdog group Integrity Watch Afghanistan, said he thought the Chinese now wanted afive-year deferment on the requirement to begin mining by later this year. That would formalize the delays, and mean it would be at least eight years before the mine will produce enough to begin generating serious revenue for the Afghan government, he said. Estimates of the royalty payments to the government when production hits its stride range from $250 million to more than $500 million a year. That would be a significant addition to the government's income, which

Continued from At The region's other state parks and c ampgrounds w ill be j ust a s f ul l t h i s weekend, according to the Reserve America website, which listed only a handful of campgrounds in the region where spots are available on a first-come, firstserved basis and cannot be booked online. But Bucher didn't think the weather would pose too much of aninconvenience to his guests, most of whom come from Bend and are looking to get away for the weekend or try out a new

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Housing that was built for mine workers at the Mes Aynak mine site in Afghanistan sits mostly unused. The site, planned as a centerpiece of the new Afghan economy and rich with copper ore, pictured below, is delayed, with the Chinese company in charge of the project trying to renegotiate its contract. a

was about $2 billion in 2011. For years, the Afghan government has touted the nation's mineral wealth as the heart of its economic plans. U.S. officials have estimated the value of mineral deposits at perhaps $1 trillion, and the Afghan government has claimed they're worth $3 trillion, but no one really knows. It's clear, though, that the resources are significant, and include additional deposits of copper, as well as iron, gold, lithium, chromite and gems. There also are reserves of oil and gas. The frustrating delays and potential changes in the contract by the Chinese also may create political problems for the minister of mining and petroleum, Wahidullah Shahrani, and the government generally. The deal is so large and symbolic and was so widely publicized that they risk a backlash if it falls apart or they're forced to retool with major concessions to China Metallurgical Group. The delays have had one positive effect: They've given foreign donors more time to

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handle such megadeals properly. One of the experts said that while Mes Aynak w as large and symbolic, there were a host of other projects coming, including nearly half a dozen that were imminent and perhaps a dozen more in the next

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sprang up nearby. The delays mean the archaeologists have the time to finish their work. They count the mining project as a blessing. Without it, there would have been no funding for the work, and without the delay they wouldn't have had the time to complete the work, leaving the statues and ruins to be looted by robbers and destroyed by weather.

ment before they take it out on a big trip this summer. He said people who stay in campers can use either an electric heater to keep warm if they're in a site with a full hook-up, or a propane heater if they're not. The yurts are also heated, Bucher said, and the tent campers are well-prepared. He's also made sure to stock up on firewood and a new product made from p ressurized sawdust s o people can gather around a fire to stay warm. Even with these preparations and the apparent hardiness of their guests, Bucher and campground host Larry Lancaster can't help but joke about the fact that what's expected to be their biggest weekend of the season also looks as if it's going to be their coldest. "They should have had Memorial Day two weeks ago when it wa s 85 deg rees," L a ncaster s a i d. "Somebody screwed that

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Josh Meyer, director of education and outreach at the Continued from A1 Medill National Security Jour"There's one source I have to nalism Initiative at Northwestrun into 'by accident' at some ern University and a w r iter public function who before I for Quartz, said that in the 30 could just contact directly," years he has lived on and off Shachtman said. in Washington, he has never James B amford, a u t hor found journalists to be so skitof the 1983 best-seller "The tish about being under the Puzzle Palace" about the Na- government's watchful eye. "It's so bad that there's a tional Security Agency, said these latest leak cases make it gallows humor that has sort increasingly difficult to estab- of emerged out of this," Meyer lish new source relationships said. "You see journalists at and that affects his reporting parties, and you joke about 'How is the investigation gooverall. "It's important to get this ing?'" People j ust a s sume information out t h ere t h at they're being investigated, and doesn't come through a press it's not a good feeling." r elease, through th e f r o n t He said that he was "highly door of the White House or s keptical" o f O b a ma's a n the Pentagon," Bamford said. nouncement. "One would "Far more information comes think he would have done that through a side door or a back months or years ago when door. t hese i n vestigations w e r e Many reporters found them- authorized." selvesspooked by the extent Some journalists think that of the government's investiga- some of these confrontations tion of Rosen, Fox News' chief between journalists and govWashington c o r respondent. ernment sources could have This week, The Washington been avoided. Jack Shafer, a Post reported on a 36-page af- Reuters media columnist, pubfidavit which detailed just how lished an article called "What much information the gov- was James Rosen thinking'?" ernment had been gathering that questioned why the corabout conversations between respondent did not try harder an unnamed reporter, who to protect his source. He said turned out to be Rosen, and Rosen should not have used Stephen Jin-Woo Kim, agov- email, not visited the State ernment employee. Department's offices and not The affidavit, a request for timed his departure from the emails from the Federal Bu- building at a time so close to reau of Investigation, provid- his source.He also questioned ed minute-by-minute details what purpose publishing the about what time both men information served. "Boiled to its essence, the came and left the State Department and the length of their story says the U.S. has penphone conversations down to etrated North Korean leaderthe second and also took the ship," Shafer wrote. "He would unusual step of labeling the have been less conspicuous reporter a potential "co-con- had he walked into the State spirator" in the leak of classi- Department wearing a sandfied information about North wich board letter with his inKorea's nuclear program. tentions to obtain classified In a memo to his staff this information and then blasted week, Roger Ailes, the chief an air horn to further alert auexecutive of Fox News, said, thorities to his business." "We reject the government's S till, S h achtman h o p es efforts to criminalize the pur- that eventually sourcing will suit of investigative journal- once again favor reporters. ism and falsely characterize a "This stuff is cyclical. There Fox News reporterto a federal are times when one group is judge as a 'co-conspirator' in a harder to talk to. There's times crime," and that "we will not when that group will be easier allow a climate of press intimi- to talk to. Certain sources dry dation, unseen since the Mc- up," he said. "Before you know Carthy era, to frighten any of it, those same sources spring us away from the truth." back to life."

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rot in fields from Florida to California and W a shington W ASHINGTON — W a l k State because farmers can't the aisles of any neighbor- find enough workers willing hood grocery store today and to pick their crops. And many you're as likely to find toma- of their former workers no toes picked in Sinaloa, Mexi- longer show up because they co, as Central California or or- fear being stopped by police anges from Sao Paulo, Brazil, on their way to the fields and as Bradenton, Fla. deported. Many already have. Farmers across the country Of an estimated 2 million warn that shoppers will find agriculture workers, accordeven more imported food on ing to United Farm Workers of their store shelves if Congress America,some 70 percent are fails to pass immigration leg- thought by union and agriculislation that would guarantee ture officials to be working them enough workers to milk here illegally. their cows and harvest their Addressing the agriculture fruits and vegetables. labor shortages has been one "The bottom line is people of the less controversialisneed todecide whether they'd sues in the immigration derather import their labor or bate taking place on Capitol import their food," said Ran- Hill. Many Republicans and dall Patterson, a China Grove, Democrats agree that the agN.C., farmer who grows straw- riculture industry is suffering berries, cucumbers and water- because of a broken immigramelons among his crops. tion system. The 52-year-old third-genBut resolving the matter for eration farmer employs about America's farmers has been 140 foreign-born workers on complicated because of ophis 1,200-acre farm l egally position from those on the far through a f e d eral s y stem ends of the debate. Many of similar to the one a bipartisan those on the right oppose proteam of senators want to over- viding any legal path for those haul and streamline. here illegally, and many of But crops are being left to those on the left argue that the

agriculture workers is t h at those jobs ought to be held by Americansrather than people who broke the country's immigration laws, and that Americans would do farm work if growers paid a fair wage. One of the most outspoken opponents of the bipartisan Senate plan, Sen. JeffSessions, R-Ala., raised those points at a recent Senate hearing, where he cited the April jobs report that showed millions remained unemployed and only 88,000 jobs being created. "I'm also dubious about the idea that there are jobs Americans won't do," Sessions said. "I worked construction in the Alabama sun, hauling lumber and stuff. I know Americans do that every single day, tough work that's done every day. Where I was raised ... we were told to respect people who did

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Tuition Continued from A1 "It's been d r opping," he said. "Five years ago, we were at 10 percent increases, then it dropped to 8 percent, to 6 percent." The request is necessary, he said, because enrollment at the state universities continues to grow but f u nding has not kept up. In addition to serving more students with less money, many faculty and staff have seen their salaries frozen duringthe recession. "About 80 percent of our costs are p eople; basically those salaries and b e nefit costs drive this up," Kenton said. But the state, he said, is aware that any hike could rep-

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Guest workers harvest strawberries recently in China Grove, N.C. Some farmers fear immigration legislation could hurt their use of guest workers to pick crops. agriculture component must be addressed only as part of a comprehensive package. A bipartisan proposal in the Senate that would create a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million people living in the United States illegally would allow quicker legalization for agriculture workers. They would be granted a special "blue card" that provides them legal status. After

five years(vs.at least 10 for most other people here illegally), agriculture workers could

apply for permanent residency and eventually citizenship. The bill also calls for guest worker visas to be issued by the U.S. Agriculture Department, rather than the Department of Labor, to ensure a sufficient workforce. The ma i n argu m ents

hard work and not to say it's a job an American won't do. Any honorable labor is good." Yet, there are very few U.S.born farm workers toiling in the fields. The Senate plan would cap the number of guest worker agriculture visas at 112,333 a year. A House proposal introduced by Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., would cap the number of guest worker visas at 500,000. While the secretary of agriculture has the authority to raise or lower the cap based on market demands, some growers like Patterson worry there is a cap at all. "How do they know after writing all that reform how

many workers I'm going to need at my farm?" he asked. "Einstein couldn't figure that out."

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Smithsonian's work, because by then it had returned only Continued from A1 5,000 remains, about o n eThe handover took place in third of its collection of such a simple ceremony in a lecture material. hall at the Charite. Gray cardExperts on the repatriation board boxes of remains were issue say it appears that many draped in white and aborigi- museums are growing more nal flags. sensitive. "There's a lot of work "These are very moving mo- to do," said Paul Turnbull, a ments for indigenous people history professor at the Uniaround the world," said Ned versity of Queensland, in AusDavid, a Torres Strait islander tralia, who has studied the use who helps lead a repatriation of indigenous remains. "But group and attended the Berlin there is a trickle effect. When ceremony. "They are bringing museums are contacted, they their ancestral remains home. are now willing to talk." There are mixed emotions, Australian diplomats say one obviously of relief, so it's a that even France's traditionalcelebration. And then the mo- ly bureaucraticmuseums are ment is tinged with sadness trying to streamline the profor what was involved with the cess by creating a commission removal of the remains." to develop a system to avoid That same week the Ger- passing national l egislation man Museums A ssociation for each individual return. issued new ethical guidelines At th e S m ithsonian, the for museums on how to handle handover of remains has behuman remains in the face of come such an institutional ritrepatriation claims from for- ual that it has a special room mer colonies where scientists for such ceremonies. Other gathered skulls and skeletons institutions such as the Phoeunder murky circumstances be A. Hearst Museum of Anmore than a century ago. thropology, in Berkeley, Calif., In a 70-page report, sprin- have followed suit. kled with references to ImJordan Jacobs, head of culmanuel Kant's concept of hu- tural policy at the Hearst, said man dignity, a commission of fears that a policy of returning lawyers and curators recom- remains would empty musemended that institutions study ums and hurt science have not provenance s y s t ematically been borne out. "It has been and return remains that had positive for relations between been collected as part of a vio- museums and tribal commulent conflict. They urged each nities," he said. "We are learnindividual museum to develop ing so much because of these a policy and concluded that conversations." "there is no simple answer that can be applied equally to Meeting opposition all collections." Others, though, say they are In many ways, the German concerned that r epatriation association is drawing on the could hamper scientific studexperiences of museums in ies, particularly as developBritain and the United States, ments in DNA research permit which started facing claims scientists to draw more inforfor the repatriation of human mation from ancient remains. "The danger is that museremains decades ago. T he Smithsonian began to repa- ums will no longer explore betriate American Indian bones cause they will have other priin the late 1980s, and in 1990 orities," said Tiffany Jenkins, the United States passed leg- a sociologist and author of islation to enforce the return "Contesting Human Remains of those remains by muse- in Museum Collections." "There's a whole host of reums that benefit from federal funds. The Smithsonian inde- search that isn't being done pendently returned remains to because it's too sensitive." Australia in 2008 and 2010. M useums wil l s t il l p u sh However, a report in 2011 back on occasion. For examf rom th e G o vernment A c - ple, David, of the Torres Strait countability Office still urged Islands, said he was still reelnew measures to speed up the ing from the British Museum's

rejection last fall of a reburial claim for two "divining skulls" that had been decorated with p earl shells, beeswax a n d wood. They were collected by a 19th-century British marine biologist who wrote in vivid detail about trading a tomahawk and textiles for a skull from a native family that he said had removed it from a burial site and transformed and decorated it in tribute to a dead male relative named Magau. In the language of the British M useum t r u stees, the reburial claim was rejected because it was not clear "that the process ofthe mortuary disposal of the skulls had been interrupted." Hannah Boulton, a spokeswoman for the British Museum, explained that this means that "these skulls were possibly created for trade or sale rather than burial." The repatriation debate has been particularly unsettling in Germany, where demands for the return of skulls from Namibia has reopened a dark chapter of G ermany's brief colonial history in southwest A frica, where thousands ofrebellious members of the Nama and Herero tribes were killed by German troops in 1904. Some human remains were laterused by German scientists in discredited scientific studies that aimed to document the racial superiority of Europeans over Africans and indigenous tribes. Today officials at the Museum of Medical History here — which has more than 5,000 skulls in storage — saythe new German guidelines are just the beginning of an evolving processthat emphasizes evaluating each claim individually within a moral framework. Thomas Schnalke,the museum's director, who helped devise those standards,said he knows that returns stir uneasiness among museums, which worry that such repatriation could intensify demands for looted art objects too. " There is anxiety that i t might open th e g ates," he said. So far, he added, the " avalanche effect" ha s n o t happened, and th e r eparations have aided a "healing process."

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Youth shot in apparent accident A male juvenile was shot Friday morning in

an apparent accident at Crooked River Ranch, according to the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. Deputies were sent to the 8000 block of Thicket Lane at10:39 a.m. Friday. By the time they arrived, the boy had

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When Bend police find a dog running loose, they cite the owner, whether it's the first or fifth time they picked

up that dog. The animal goes the Humane Society; the owner takes home a citation for "dog at large." Along with the possible fine, add impound and boarding fees payable to the

Humane Society. That will change in July, when the Bend Police Depart-

ment will begin charging dog owners an impound fee and boarding costs the first time the animal is found running free.The Humane Society will also continue charging an impound fee. Officers will not issue a citation until the second time they pick up a pooch. Police

ing the Humane Society of Central Oregon to board the animals. The fine for having an animal at large is 8330, but Bend police spokesman Chris Carney said the municipal court almost never imposes the fine, so dog owners have not been covering Police Department costs to handle the animals.

"Our judge dismisses

almost every single dog-atlarge," Carney said. There are roughly 300 impound cases per year, Carney said. That figure could include dogs that police pick up multiple times. City councilors told Police Chief Jeff Sale last year to look for opportunities to recovercosts,afterSale presented a list of services the Police Department will have to reduce in the future due to budget shortfalls. SeeDogs/B5

treatment of non-life-

County grants target feral cats Nonprofits can apply through June 5 to

receive county grant money to reimburse their efforts to have cats

spayed or neutered, according to Judith Ure from the Deschutes

County Department of Administrative Services. The county has $12,500 available for

multiple grant awards, Ure said. To be eligible,

applicants must be a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization located in Deschutes County.

Recipients of grant money should also be

threatening injuries. Investigators believe

able to certify that grant

the shooting was anac-

proceeds will be used

cident involving a family member of the victim.

in support of Deschutes

Detectives are continuing to investigate,

according to a Sheriff's Office news release,and intend to deliver their findings to the Deschutes County District Attorney's Office.

• Fun facts andqui a z about Bend'sburgeoning roundabout art collection

Deschutes hires finance director

County residents. "The idea is to make spaying and neutering available for groups who either trap feral cats or provide assistance to low-incomepeoplewho can't afford to havetheir cats sterilized," Ure said.

There are approximately10,000 to 11,000 feral cats living in Deschutes County, most within city limits,

Deschutes County Commissioners have appointed WayneLowry

according to Megan Wellinghoff, executive

to replace Marty Wynn

director of BendSpay

as the county's finance director. Wynn is retiring after holding the

and Neuter Project. Currently, there are

r'$,'tlit'Ir't",ij(

position for 17 years. The chief financial

several colonies, including one in the Old Mill District; one behind the

officer for the Sherwood School District for the

business park off Century Drive; and a large

last five years, Lowry has more than 30years experience in local government finance and accounting. Lowry

one near the Fairhaven neighborhood in northwest Redmond.

When feral cats go unsterilized, it's pos-

is scheduled to start work with the county on July 8. — From staff reports

sible for one female to

produce morethan 70 kittens in one April-toOctober mating season, according to Wellinghoff.

Applications for grant money will be evaluated

MEMORIAL DAY CLOSURES

on the basis of organizational stability, connection to grant funding objectives and ability to

• Federal, state and city offices will be closed

leverage the grant funds to access other financial

Monday to observe

support. Applications must

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Memorial Day. • All Central Oregon public libraries will be

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be submitted by 5 p.m. June 5. Grants will be

closed. • Banks will be closed. • Post offices will be closed, and mail will not be delivered or picked

up. • Schools will be closed, including Central

Oregon Community College. • Juniper Swim and Fitness Center will be

open from noon to

Until 2013,"Mt. BachelorCompass," by Steve Jensenwas the mostexpensive piece in aroundabout What wasthecost?

What isthe diameterof "Orb 1," themetal spherecreated by artist Brandon Zebold?

Commonlycalled "The Flaming Chicken,"what is this FrankBoyden sculpture'strue name?

How tall is"High DesertSpiral" by JohnFleming,the tallest roundabout sculpturein Bend?

What direction is the bear facing inSherry Sander'seastside roundabout sculpture,"Grizzly"?

awarded at the endof June. Interested organizations can download the

A: $100,000

A: 6feet

A: "Phoenix Rising"

A: 39feet

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be mailed to Judith Ure,

Turn to Page B2 for a full page of pictures ofBend'sroundabout art collection. Thenseeif you canpinpoint them on our map.

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another special version

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5 p.m.

• Most liquor stores will be open.

application online at http://j.mp/1OXMHRS.

Timderpaymentsin decline From 1994 through 2011, the federal government paid Oregon

By Andrew Clevenger

ing a checkerboard with state and private landowners, the WASHINGTON — Sen. 08 C lands are subject to the Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled 1937 08tC Act, which promhis framework for a special ises the lion's share of timber category of federalforests in revenuestolocalgovernments. Western Oregon this After logging on federal week, proposing a land plummeted due mixture of harvest and to changes in federal conservation. environmental policies Wyden, chairman in the 1990s, Congress of the Senate Energy enacted Secure Rural and Natural Resources W y d en Schools legislation in Committee, proposed 2000, which made diupdating the law that deals rect payments to counties with with the 08tC lands, 2.4 milfederal forests in an attempt lion acres of heavily forested to offset lost timber revenues. acres overseen by the Bureau Those payments have been of Land Management.The reauthorized several times, but land was originally granted the reducedpayments have left for development of an interseveralcounties on the verge state railroad connecting Orof bankruptcy. "Oregon's 08 C lands are egon and California, but was later reclaimed by the federal truly unique among federal government. land holdings and deserve Spanning 18 Western Orseparate treatment within egon counties, much of it form- the confines of the O&C Act," The Bulletin

Wyden said in a prepared statement. "At the same time, forest managers have learned a great deal about conservation, clean air and water and habitat preservation since the Act was adopted and it must be updated to reflect that progress. This update must also give new life to the original guarantee of jobs and timber production." Wyden's framework would setaside some ofthe land for sustainable timber harvests, with the proceeds (less federal operational costs) going directlyto local governments. Other areasofroughly the same acreage, particularly old-growth forests, would be setaside for conservation through wilderness and other designations focused on protecting clean water sources and wildlife habitats and maintaining access to fishing, hunting and recreation. See Wyden /B5

counties nearly $4 billion in timber payments through the U.S. Forest Service or the Bureau of Land Management, or payment in lieu of taxes.

REVENUE CONTRIBUTIONSTO OREGON COUNTIES THROUGHFEDERALPAYMENTS, 1994-2011 USFS ~ $200M

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• Think you knowall there is to know about Bend's roundabout art scene?Match the sculptures below with the locations on the map

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Visit Bend produced a brochure with additional information on the roundabout art in Bend,

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"Grizzly" Sherry Sander 2001, $57,000

"Milky Way" Devin Field 2013, $1 00,000

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roundabout art (marked on the map above ingreen).

"SoundGarden"

"High Desert Spiral"

"Yakaya"

Lee Kelly 2010, $35,980

John Fleming 2013, $100,000

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SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2013 • THE BULLETIN

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Email events at least 10 days before publication date to communitylifeibendbulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" at www.bendbulletin.com. Ongoing listings must be updated monthly. Contact: 541-383-0351.

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Joe's series presents four tenor saxophonists joined by a rhythm section; $25, $12.50 students; 7 p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541977-5637orwww.jazzatjoes.com. "THE GREAT ESCAPE": A screening of the 50th Anniversary remastered 1963 film with Steve McQueen and James Coburn; $4, free for all veterans and active military members; 7:30 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W.Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881, Derek© volcanictheatrepub.com or www. volcanictheatrepub.com. "THE SUNSETLIMITED": Stage Right Productions presents the Cormac McCarthy play about an encounter on a NewYork subway platform that leads two strangers to a tenement where a life-or-death decision must be made; $18, $15 studentsand seniors;7:30 p.m.;2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. ABSENT MINDS:Punk rock from Portland, with Tuck and Roll and High Desert Hooligans; $3; 8 p.m.; Big T's, 413 S.W. Glacier Ave., Redmond; 541-504-3864. MARE WAKEFIELD: The Nashvillebased folk artist performs; $15-$20 suggested donation;8 p.m.,doors open 7 p.m.; HarmonyHouse,17505 Kent Road, Sisters; 541-548-2209. MCDOUGALL: The Portland folk and blues musician performs, with Tom VandenAvond;$5;8 p.m.;The Horned Hand, 507 N.W.Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879. THE SUGARBEETS:The Eugene

songwriter performs; with Mark and Linda Quon; bring dish or beverage to share; $10-15, reservation CENTRALOREGONSATURDAY requested; 3:30 p.m.-6 p.m., doors MARKET:Featuring arts and crafts open at 3 p.m.; The Glen at Newport from local artisans; free admission; Hills, 1019 Stannium Dr., Bend; 54110 a.m.-4 p.m.; parking lot across 480-8830 or ja@prep-profiles.com. from Bend Public Library, 600 N.W. LAST SATURDAY:Event includes Wall St.; 541-420-9015 or www. centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com. art exhibit openings, live music, GRAND OPENING PARTY: Featuring food and drinks and a patio and fire pit; free; 6-10 p.m.; Old Ironworks live music, food, beverages; raffle Arts District,50 Scott St., Bend; funds scholarships for six Sisters www.j.mp/lastsat. high school students to attend a LAURA GIBSON IN CONCERT:The gallery class; free; 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Vista Bonita Glass Art Studio and Portland based singer, songwriter Gallery, 222 W. Hood St., Sisters; and acoustic guitar player performs; 541-549-4527. $30; 6 p.m., doors open at 5 p.m.; House on Metolius, Forest Road GRAND REOPENING: The historic 980, Camp Sherman; 541-595-6620 rock garden reopens; $3 donation or www.metolius.com/events. suggested; 10 a.m.; Petersen Rock Garden & Museum, 7930 S.W. 77th CAKE:The '90s alternative act St., Redmond; 541-382-5574. performs; $37 plus fees; 6:30 p.m., doors open 5 p.m.; Les Schwab OPEN HOUSE:Celebrating Pinot Amphitheater, 344 S.W. Shevlin Pete and a 21acre vineyard Hixon Drive, Bend; 541-318-5457 or irrigation expansion project; food, drinks and games; $10, $5 for wine www.bendconcerts.com. club members, free for kids with "AFTER MARKET"PARTY: Meet an adult; 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Maragas thefarmers who growthefood and Winery, 15523 S.W. U.S. Highway enjoy music, dancing and drinks; 97, Culver; 541-546-5464. $12 in advance, $15 at the gate; 7-10 p.m.; Celebrate the Season, 61515 THE BACKYARD FARMER'S American Lane, Bend; 541-chicken MARKET:Free; 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; or bendsummermarket©gmail.com. Celebrate the Season, 61515 American Lane, Bend; 541-chicken AUTHORPRESENTATION:Learn or bendsummermarketcegmail.com. the history of pop-up books by illustrator, Dave Ember, and SPOTLIGHTCHAMBER PLAYERS: Featuring student string musicians; author, Don Compton, creators of "America's National Parks, A Popfree; 1:30 p.m.; Whispering Up Book"; free; 7-9 p.m.; Barnes Winds, 2920 Conners Ave., & Noble Booksellers,2690 E. U.S. Bend; 541-306-3988 or info© HighDesertChamberMusic.com. Highway 20, Bend; 541-318-7242. HOUSE CONCERTSINTHE GLEN: JAZZ ATJOE'S VOLUME42 - TENOR MADNESS:The Jazzat Daniel Whittington, a Texas singer,

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all veterans and active military members; 3 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881, Derek@ volcanictheatrepub.com or www. volcanictheatrepub.com. SUNDAY SUNRIVER RESORTBREWFEST: "POCKETACES:LIFE'S WINNING A celebration to close out Central Oregon Beer Weekwith live music, HAND": Featuring the Spiritual food and beer; free; 4-9 p.m.; Awareness Community's guest Sunriver Resort, 17600 Center speaker, Ali Davidson; donations accepted; 9-10a.m.;The Old Stone, Drive; 541-593-3709 or www. centraloregonbeerweek.com. 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-508-1 059. MARE WAKEFIELD& NOMAD: The Nashville-based musicians perform; CENTRALOREGONSATURDAY $15-20 donation, reservations MARKET:Featuring arts and crafts from local artisans; free admission; requested, bring wine and apps to share; 5 p.m. potluck, 6 p.m. music; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; parking lot across from Bend Public Library, 600 N.W. Higher Ground, 2582 N.E. Daggett Lane, Bend; 541-306-0048 or Wall St.; 541-420-9015 or www. centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com. windance2011©gmail.com. SIGUR ROS:The Icelandic postGRAND REOPENING:The historic rock act performs; $44 plus fees; rock garden reopens; $3 donation 6:30 p.m., doors open 5 p.m.; Les suggested; 10 a.m.; Petersen Rock Schwab Amphitheater, 344 S.W. Garden& Museum, 7930 S.W. 77th Shevlin Hixon Drive, Bend; St., Redmond; 541-382-5574. 541-318-5457 or www.bend OPEN HOUSE:Celebrating Pinot concerts.com. Pete and a 21acre vineyard HONORING OURVETERANS IN irrigation expansion project; food, MUSIC 8 SONG:Featuring a color drinks and games; $10, $5 for wine guard opening followed by musical club members, free for kids with numbers with combined choirs, an adult; 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Maragas organ and piano duets, trumpets Winery, 15523 S.W. U.S. Highway and bagpipes; proceeds benefit the 97, Culver; 541-546-5464. Central Oregon Veterans; donations OREGON OLDTIME FIDDLERS: accepted; 7 p.m.; St. Andrew's Fiddle music and dancing; donations Episcopal Church, 807 E. First St., accepted; 1-3:30 p.m.; VFWHall, Prineville; 541-447-7085. 1836 S.W. Veterans Way, Redmond; INSANECLOWN POSSE:The 541-647-4789. Michigan hip-hop duo performs, "THE GREAT ESCAPE":A screening with Moonshine Bandits and of the 50th Anniversary remastered Kung Fu Vampire; $26 plus fees in 1963 film with Steve McQueen advance, $30 at the door; 8 p.m., and James Coburn; $4, free for doors open at 7 p.m.; Midtown

Ballroom, 51 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-408-4329 or www. randompresents.com.

bandperforms happydancemusic; $10;8 p.m., doors open at7 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122.

MONDAY FREE MILITARYANDVETERAN'S DAY:Active duty military personnel and veterans can visit for free; High Desert Museum,59800 S. U.S. Highway 97 Bend; www. highdesertmuseum.org. MEMORIAL DAYSOLDIER REMEMBRANCE: A continuous reading of the soliders killed in Afghanistan since 2001 and Iraq since 2003; free; 10 a.m., registration at 9 a.m.; Riverbend Park, Southwest Columbia Street and Southwest Shevlin Hixon Drive, Bend; 541-301-0701 or firstamendmentsightings@live.com. GRAND REOPENING:The historic rock garden reopens; $3 donation suggested;10 a.m.; Petersen Rock Garden & Museum, 7930 S.W. 77th St., Redmond; 541-382-5574. BEND MEMORIALDAY SERVICE: Featuring speaker Col. (ret) Mike Brock, USMCand apoppy march; followed by a reception at VFW Post1643, 1503 N.E. Fourth St; free;1 p.m.; Deschutes Memorial Gardens, 63875 N. U.S. Highway 97; 541-389-0775.

TUESDAY OREGON ENCYCLOPEDIANIGHT: Dave Stowe presents "The History of Newberry Crater"; free; 7 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-3825174 or www.mcmenamins.com.

NEWS OF RECORD 13CV0613 — JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. v.Jeffrey A. Jasikiewicz, Sandra K. Jasikiewicz andOregon Water Wonderland Property Owners Association Unit II Inc., complaint, $228,456.18 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0614 —Citimortgage lnc.v. Timothy Alan Wilson aka Timothy Wilson akaTimothy A. Wilson, Margie Kim Wilson akaKimWilson aka Margie K.Wilson, Marion andPolk Schools Credit Union, State ofOregon and Laurna J.Warstler, complaint, $150,912.51 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0615 — Suntrust Mortgage Inc. v. Jeffrey J. Ellsworth and MelCaines, $191,604.95 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0616 — Suntrust Mortgage Inc. v. Scott R. Moffenbeier andCathi M. E. Moffenbeier, complaint, $266,293.98 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0617 —U.S. BankTrust N.A. as trustee for Volt Asset Holdings NPL3 by Vericrest Financial lnc. v. Jennifer C. Pike, ThadA. Pike, USAgencies Credit Union andRiver Meadows HomeownersAssociation lnc., complaint, $302,314.18 13CV0618 —Ocwen LoanServicing LLC v. Darlene F.Dunckley andRonald E.Dunckley,com plaint,$235,345.05 13CV0619 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Brian J. Tyler, complaint, $266,897.64 13CV0620 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A.v. Howard E.Fisher andDesire L. Fisher, complaint, $101,043.11 13CV0621 —Bankof America, N.A. v. Dee E. Vrooman andYvonne Moon, complaint, $334,851.29 13CV0622 —JPMorgan ChaseBank N.A. v. KevinKampand Deschutes River Recreation Homesite Property Association, complaint, $186,617.84

May1,2007 v. Evelyn Bell, complaint, $399,490.04 13CV0600 —Bank of America N.A. The Bulletin will update items v. Sonia N.HermansenandVera in the Police Log when such Solovieff, complaint, $71,726.96 a request is received. Any 13CV0601 —Michael Flint v. Dan new information, such as the Mahoney and MarthaMahoney, dismissal of charges or acquittal, complaint, at least1,500,000 must be verifiable. For more 13CV0602 —Cheryl S. Sobieszczkyv. information, call 541-383-0358. Tamra A.Green,complaint, at least $90,000 BEND POLICE Filed April 22 13CV0604 —Brian J. Clark v. SaraN. DEPARTMENT Ausman, complaint, at least $15,000 DUII —Daniel Lee Ellis, 30, was 13CV0605 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC arrested on suspicion of driving under v. Joe E.BalesakaJoseph Emery Bales, the influence of intoxicants at1:23 a.m. Misty R. BalesakaMisty RenaeBales May 21, in the area of Blakely andOld and Dirk Sharp,complaint, $245,769.67 Rock Houseroads. plus interest, costs andfees 13CV0606 —U.S. Bank N.A. as Criminal mischief — Anact of trustee successor in interest to Bankof criminal mischief was reported andan arrest made at1:23 a.m. May21, in the America N.A. astrustee as successor area of Blakely andOld Rock House by merger to Lasalle BankN.A.as trustee for WamuMortgage passroads. through certificates series 2007-HY6 DUII —Jessica Ashley Davis, 20, was arrested on suspicion of driving under trust v. JohnFrank, Liliana M. Frank, Crooked HorseshoeHomeowners' the influence of intoxicants at12:40 Association Inc. andState of Oregon a.m. May 22, in theareaof Northeast Department of Revenue,complaint, Third Street and Northeast Olney $1,000,000 plus interest, costs and Avenue. fees Criminal mischief —Anact of 13CV0607 —JPMorgan Chase criminal mischief was reported and Bank N.A. v.Kyle R.Starr, complaint, an arrest made at6:11a.m. May 22, in $101,92743 plus interest, costs and the area of Northeast First Street and fees Northeast Franklin Avenue. 13CV0608 —Citimortgage lnc. v. DUII —Jose Alfredo Flores-Carrasco, Sherry LavoeakaSherry L. Lavoe, 28, was arrested on suspicion Boulder BrookOwner's Association, of driving under the influenceof complaint, $144,832.72 plus interest, intoxicants at 9:56 p.m. May22, in the costs and fees area of Brosterhous Roadand News 13CV0610 —Wells Fargo BankN.A. v. Lane. Roland C.Benitez akaRoland Benitez, Criminal mischief —Anact of Tylene M. Hill akaTylene M. Benitez, criminal mischief was reported and U.S. BankN.A.and Kathline M. Benitez, an arr estmadeat9:56 p.m.May 22, complaint, $273,636.17 plus interest, in the area of Brosterhous Roadand costs and fees News Lane. 13CV0611 —Wells Fargo BankN.A. dba America's Servicing Companyv. H. PRINEVILLE POLICE Dean Kohleraka Harold DeanKohler, Diane Kohleraka Diane T. Kohler, DEPARTMENT Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. asnomineefor Theft —A theft was reported at 7:06 Greenpoint Mortgage Funding Inc. and a.m. May 23, in theareaof Northeast ProvidenceSubdivision Homeowners' CougarLoop. Association Inc., complaint, $164,000 Vehicle crash — Anaccident was plus interest, costs andfees reported at 3:49 p.m. May23, in the 13CV0612 —Wells Fargo BankN.A. area of Southwest Third Street. v. Ronald D.Lowndesand Cinderella Evans, complaint,$56,349.35 plus OREGON STATE interest, costs andfees

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13CV0627 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Bryan D.Furry andJessica L. Furry, complaint, $241,165.77 13CV0628 —Charles Schwab Bank fka Charles SchwabBank N.A. v. Timothy D. Grovesand Kelley L. Collins, complaint, $143,239.07 13CV0629— DeutscheBankNational Trust Company astrustee for Starm 2007-1 v. David R.Dunn akaDavid Robert Dunnand Natalie I. Dunn, complaint, $502,000 plus interest, costs and fees 13Cv0630 —JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. successor in interest by purchase from The Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporation as receiver ofWashington Mutual Bankfka Washington Mutual Bank F.A. v.Brett T Moreland, Kristine M. Morelandandthe Pronghorn Community Association Inc., complaint, $261,855.13 13CV0631 —Federal National Mortgage Association v.Vicki J. Swanson akaVicki Joy Swanson, JPMorgan ChaseBankN.A., Robert H. Windlinx Jr., Springleaf Financial Servicesand the CrookedRiver Ranch Club andMaintenanceAssociation, complaint, $274,054.22 plus interest, costs and fees 13CV0632 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Erin F.Debernardi, Gary Debernardi and U.S.Bank N.A., complaint, $269,811.19

Mortgage Network of Oregon,Wells Fargo BankN.A.and American Express BankFSB,complaint,$313,670.52 13CV0638 —JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. v.Travis M. Bennett, Kari J. Bennett, State of Oregon,General Credit Service Inc. andRayKlein Inc. dba Professional Credit Service, complaint, $157,754.98 13CV0639 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Jonathan D.Elek, Selco Community Credit Union, HeatherHoyt andState of Oregon, complaint,$356,428.09 Filed on May 14 13CV0623 —AnneJ. Kasner v. ThomasPayzantandEllen Payzant, complaint, at least $50,000

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Culver residents need to restore trust, engagement ighteen months ago, voters rejected a Culver schoolbond by 381 votes. This week, the gap was only 60 votes. That's more than a glimmer of hope. This year's bond request was smaller — $9.75 million vs. the earlier $14.6 million — which surely helped. The district has real needs, including asbestos abatement and replacement of failing heating systems that are more than 40 years old. Some aging classrooms need to be demolished and replaced. Some say voters don't trust the district because of a decision made back in the boom times of 2008 to purchase adjacent land without asking voters for approval. Debt from that purchase is one of the burdens the new bond would have addressed. Others say too few residents have students in school and don't connect with or understand the need. And in some cases, there ap-

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take the homophobia out of this case. And if Hunt truly was having a conNEW HAVEN, Conn. sensual relationship, then these proaitlyn Hunt, an 18-year-old posed sentences seem out of whack Florida student, is g etting — and that applies to two years of lots of sympathy after being house arrestas well as the sex ofcriminallycharged over her sexual fender registry. I'm struck, though, relationship with h e r 1 4-year-old by the stark contrast between the girlfriend. Hunt and the younger girl support for Kaitlyn Hunt and the dewere basketball teammates. Hunt's nunciation of various 17- and 18-yearparents say the girl's parents went old boys who have been charged with to the police, "because they blamed sex crimes because of their relationKaitlyn for their child's homosexu- ships, or encounters, with 15- or 14ality," as CBS put it. Hunt's family year-old girls. Is this case really so put up a Facebook page called "Free different because it's about two girls'? Kate," with links to T-shirts, brace- Or does it reveal a larger problem lets and a petition. More than 45,000 with charging older teens for having people have signed it. The Florida sex with younger ones? ACLU has spoken out on her behalf, Compare Hunt to Genarlow Wilsaying this is a harmless, consensual son, convicted at 17 of child molesrelationship. tation for having oral sex with a 15The mother of the younger girl, year-old girl at a New Year's party. meanwhile, reportedly says that she's Or consider the case of M arcus "just a mom protecting her daughter" Dwayne Dixon, prosecuted when and that this is not about gay rights. he was an 18-year-old high school The prosecutors also see no shadow football star for raping a 15-year-old of homophobia. "The law doesn't girl who said he'd forced her to lose make any differentiation. It doesn't her virginity. The jury found Dixon matter if it's two girls or two boys, not guilty of rape, but convicted him or an older boy and a younger girl of statutory rape: The girl was unor an older girl and a younger boy. derage, and she and Dixon had sex. Whatever the combination, it doesn't Both Wilson and Dixon got mandamatter," State Attorney Bruce Colton tory 10-year sentences, and each said. His office charged Hunt in Feb- servedtwo years before the Georgia ruary with two counts of lewd and Supreme Court struck down the lascivious battery of a child. She has punishment as "grossly disproporbeen expelled from school. Now she tionate" to the crime. has to decide whether to plead guilty Does it matter that Wilson and to lesser charges of child abuse, in ex- Dixon are black? That the girl in change for which, Colton says, he'll Dixon's case was white? That after recommend a sentenceof two years their convictions, the Georgia legof house arrest. If Hunt goes to trial, islature made consensual sex beon the other hand, she could wind up tween teen-agers a misdemeanor? having to register as a sex offender My point is that it's so hard to know (though she could also fight that out- which older teens are predatory and come, under Florida law, because she which are in love, or at least fond and her alleged victim are only four of each other, with younger teens years apart in age). who love or like them back. Kaitlyn It's hard for me to see how you can Hunt's parents are understandably Slate

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complaining about selective prosecution. They are absolutely right that most of the time no one calls the cops when a high school senior has sex with a freshman. But if the uneven enforcement of statutory rape laws is a problem, then it's also a problem for the rare boy who gets caught in a prosecutor's web. Surely most of the time, it's a call from an unhappy parent that prompts police involvement. Is that OK as long as the parent is protecting a daughter from an older guy, but not if the perceived threat is an older girl? Weighing all of this a few years ago, along with research on the adolescent brain, Slate's Will Saletan proposed a sliding scale of consent to sex for teens. The states, meanwhile, are all over the map in determining at what ages, and with what age spans between partners, consensualsex should be treated as a crime.Some have passed "Romeo and Juliet" laws, which protect two teens who are only a few years apart in age from prosecution, or at least knock down the potential charges to a misdemeanor offense. I don't have an easy answer to all the confusion. I can see why a 14year-old's parents would be wary of her 18-year-old boyfriend. But if the law treats that boy as a criminal, then why not the 18-year-old girlfriend? Maybe the better answer is that parental wariness just shouldn't translate into criminal charges in a case involving two high school students

and a three- or four-year age gap. Kaitlyn Hunt's plight is about gay rights. But it's not only about that. — Emily Bazelonis a Slate senior editor and writes about lawt,family, and kids. Her new book is "Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Empathy and Character."

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Money needs to go to schools, not to prop up PERS By CherI Helt s legislators in Salem go down to the wire on whether further reform of the Public Employees Retirement System will happen this session, it might be tempting to see PERS as an abstract, a distant rumble on the other side of the Cascades. But unsustainable increases in PERS costs are taking a toll all over Oregon — at our c ities, counties, schools and state agencies that manage everything from roads to health and human services. In December 2010, I was appointed to Bend-La Pine Schools' Board of Directors. My first action was to talk to legislators on behalf of all of Oregon's children in an effort to reverse a dovm-

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ward funding trend for education. What I had identified as the initial problem I wanted to tackle — prioritizing education funding — soon became minimal in comparison to unsustainable increases of P ERS payments over the next 20 years. In my district in 2011, while facing declining funding, we had to find an additional $5.2 million to make up for a rise in PERS costs. If the Legislature had taken no action on PERS reform this session, we would have faced a total increase in PERS costs of nearly $30 million in just four years. Everyone in education has been affected bythese increases. Teachers are teaching unprecedentedly large classrooms of students. In Bend La-Pine we have grown by approxi-

IN MY VIEW mately 1,000 students since 2008. To maintain class sizes since that time, we should have 100 more teachers than we have today. But dollars that should be earmarked to hire those teachers are instead being sucked into the PERS vacuum to cover its unfunded liability. In an effort to find more funding for education, our school board joined nearly 50 other Oregon school boards that passed resolutions this year supporting a "Strong Schools, Strong State" campaign organized by the Oregon School Boards Association, the PTA, and teacher and administrator groups. The Legislature responded by offering an increase of at least

$800 million for K-12 education over the next biennium. Yet many districts are still facing budget deficits as they plan for next year and beyond. Why? There are a number of reasons, includinghighercostsforemployee compensation, health care and transportation. But the biggest hurdle — and one we have the power to confront — is the crippling rise in PERS costs. We need our Legislature to make some tough choices to give our children a competitive education system — and to stop kicking the can down the road. With passage this year of Senate Bill 822, the Legislature made minimal systemic PERS changes and capped rateincreases for employers for a two-year period. This essentially allows districts to skip payments,

only to add interest on those skipped payments in the long run. Proponents of the skipped payment plan say we should just wait for the stock market to make up the difference, but isn't this how we got into this mess in the first place? I believe we should show more respect to our teachers and retirees than gambling with their retirement. Gov. John Kitzhaber has presented a proposal for further PERS reforms. Now we need legislators across the state to find the courage to do the right thing for all Oregonians and fix our PERS system so it works for everyone. — Cheri Helt, a member of the Bend-La Pine school board,is a small-business owner and mother of three children.


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DEATH NOTICES Marion Ellen Charlotte Louise York, of Redmond Oct. 7, 1950 - May 23, 2013 Arrangements: Redmond Memorial Chapel 541-548-3219 please sign our online guestbook www.redmondmemorial.com Services: No services will be held at this time.

Donald Neil Myers, of Bend Mar. 20, 1946 - May 22, 2013 Arrangements: Autumn FuneralsRedmond (541-504-9485) www.autumnfunerals.net Services: 11am, Wed., May 29 at VFW Hall, 1836 Veterans Way, Redmond. Contributions may be made to:

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ELSEWHERE Deaths of note from around the world: Michael Burke, 89: Founder of Miami-based Windjammer Barefoot Cruises. Died Sunday. Stanley Cohen, 93:An editor of Advertising Age magazine and one of the first journalists to focus on issues affecti ng consumers and truth in advertising. Died May 6 in Washington, D.C. Bonnie Faubus Salcido, 93: Sister of Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus who openly opposed him for trying to block the integration of Little Rock Central High School in the 1950s. Died May 9 in Fresno, Calif. — From wire reports

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Dec.19,1919- May 21, 2013 M arion E l l e n Ow en s p assed a w a y T ues d a y , M ay Z 1 , Z 0 1 3 i n K en newick, WA. She was 93. T he d a ughter o f E l l i o t and E r m a N ew t o n of Dunmore, PA, Marion w as b o r n Decemb er 19 , 1919. She • gr e w up in Du n m ore a n d graduMarion Owens a ted fr om nearby Marywood College in 1 9 4 1 . S he m ar r i e d Henry M. Owens of South C anaan, P A o n Ju n e 6 , 1941, in V i r g i ni a B e a ch, VA, and the couple settled i n n e a r b y Fo rt St or y , where Henry was recalled t o active d ut y a s W o r l d War II loomed. During the w ar, M ar i o n an d th e couple's t w o dau g h t ers, s tayed w i t h h e r p a r e n t s while Henry served in Europe. H e nr y r e m ained in t he A rm y a f t e r t h e w a r , a nd Marion an d t h e c h i l dren accompanied him to a variety o f d u t y l o c a t ions a round th e U S a n d G e r m any. She w a s a h o m e m aker r e aring f o u r c h i l d ren, but s h e a l s o m a d e time for v o l unteer service in the many places where t he c o u pl e l i v e d . A f t e r Henry completed a career in th e A r m y a n d f e d eral civilian service, the couple r etired t o B e n d i n 1 9 7 9 . During their time in Bend, they were active members of the First Baptist Church ( now r e n a me d F o u n d r y C hurch), an d a l s o E a s t m ont Baptist C h urch. A f ter Henry's death in 2000, M arion remained in B e nd u ntil 20 0 6 , wh en sh e moved to Kennewick to be with her daughter Linda. Marion's many volunteer activities included helping h ospital v i s i t or s t h r o u gh t he Hospital A u x i l i ar y i n H ermiston, T r easurer f o r B irthright i n B e n d , S u n d ay s c h oo l t e a c her, o r g anist and pianist at v ari ous churches, elementary school volunteer, and soup kitchen volunteer in Bend. Marion was p r eceded in death by he r p a rents, her s ister, P r i s cill a Bo r t r e e, a nd by h er h usb a n d , Henry. She is survived by daughters, Elizabeth White a nd husband, Clyde f r o m L aGrande, L i n d a Cow d rey o f K e n n e w ick , a n d Kathy Hays and husband, R ocky f r o m E u g e ne; b y her s on , M a j o r G e n e r al Christopher and wife, Rita s tationed o v e r seas, a n d her h o n o r ar y d a u g h t er, T ruc N o un g B r o w n a n d h usband, Dav id fr o m G reat F alls, V A . M a r i o n has six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will take p lace in F o u ndry C h u r ch W ednesday, M a y 2 9 , a t 9 :30 a.m., w it h b u r i a l t o f ollow in Gr een w o o d C emetery. In l ieu of f l o w ers, Marion r equested don ations t o th e Fo u n d r y Church for support of their missionaries. Niswonger Reynolds was honored to serve the family. Please sign our online g uest b oo k a t w w w . n i s wonger-reynolds.com

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Conservation groups and cattle ranchers have agreed to a landmark settlement in a lawsuit that, for the past year and a half, has kept the state of Oregon from killing wolves that prey on livestock. The ag r e ement announced Friday by the governor'soffice creates a new rulebook for wolf management in Oregon that makes killing the ones that prey on cattle and sheep a last resort after nonlethal protections have been tried and livestock attacks have become chronic. It also gives ranchers greater authority to kill wolves that attack or chase their herds as long as certain conditions are met. Oregon Wild, Cascandia Wildlands, and the Center for Biological Diversity sued the state in October 2011 after the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife issued a kill order for two wolves in the Imnaha pack, the first pack to form in Oregon from wolves crossing the Snake River from Idaho, and the one blamed for more livestock kills than any other. The lawsuit claimed the kill order violated the state Endangered Species Act and would doom the pack. Saying con s e rvation groups were likely to win, the Oregon Court of Appeals barred the state from killing wolves until the lawsuit was

The newrules The new rules update a wolf management plan adopted in 2005. Under the

new rules: • A pack would have to be linked by hard evidence to four separate attacks on livestock over six months

before becoming eligible for lethal control. • For an attack to count,

ranchers must haveused basic nonlethal protections, such as alarm boxesand low strings of plastic flags known as fladdery. • The state must conduct

an open andthorough investigation. • Ranchers would get statutory authority to kill

wolves attacking their livestock. They could

shoot wolves seenchasing livestock if they have taken nonlethal steps to protect herds and they are the

victims of chronic attacks. WHAT'S NEXT The state hasadopted a temporary rule putting the new lethal control

standards into effect, but they must still be

adopted permanently by the OregonFish and Wildlife Commission. The Legislature still has to enact a law to put the authority to kill wolves

attacking and chasing herds into effect.

resolved, making Oregon the only state with wolves where authorities could not kill those that preyed on livestock. During the course of that court order, the num-

bers of wolves went up in Oregon, while the number of livestock killed went down. In neighboring Idaho, hunting brought down the num-

bers of wolves, but livestock attacks went up. The Center for Biological Diversity dropped out of the settlement because it allowed wolves to be killed. "This is going to become the most progressive management plan in the country for avoiding these conflicts before they happen," said Steve Pedery, conservation director for Oregon Wild. "If everybody stays true to the agreement, I think you will see lethal control very rarely," said Rob Klavins of Oregon Wild. "It will be an option of last resort." Wallowa County c a ttle rancher Rod Childers, a longtime hard-liner on wolves and chairman of the wolf committee for the Oregon Cattlemen's Association, said the agreement formalizes standards thatthe Oregon Departmentof Fish and Wildlife had already been following. He added that the numbers of wolf attacks had been rising in May, and cattlemen agreed to the settlement to bring back the ability of state biologists to manage wolves. Ranchers also get new authority to shoot wolves that chase their herds. " This d oes n o t b r i n g resolution t o e v e rybody," Childers said. "But it does get management back." The settlement was filed with th e c ourt T h ursday night, said B rett B r ownscombe, the governor's natural resources adviser. The original kill order on the Imnaha pack has been lifted, but if the pack is blamed for one more livestock attack, members of the pack will be eligible for a kill order under the new rules.

AROUND THE STATE ReCOrd COld and rain —The cold and rain that settled over northwestern Oregon on Thurs-

day set records. The1.19 inches of rain recorded at Portland International Airport set a record for the date and marked the rainiest day since a big

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Dogs Continued from 61 The city will charge a $50 impound fee, plus the current boarding fee from the Humane Society of Central Oregon, Carney said. The boarding fee is cur-

rently $15 per day, charged

only after the animal is at the facility 24 hours, said s helter m a n ager K a r e n Burns. The H u m ane S o ciety also charges a firsttime impound fee of $20, and the impound fee for subsequent stays is $40. The fees help cover the society's costs,

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such as vaccinations for every dog to ensure it does not spread disease to the animals, Burns said. Carney said the new system will also relieve some of the pressure on the busy municipal court. — Reporter: 541-617-7829, hborrud@bendbulletin.com

Teen whosefarewell songbecameaWebhit diesof cancer The Associated Press LAKELAND, Minn. — When h igh s chool student Zach Sobiech learned he didn't have much longer to live, his mother suggested he write letters to tell his loved

ones goodbye. Instead, t h e M in n esota teenager turned t o w r i t i ng music — an d h i s f a r ewell song, "Clouds," became a YouTube sensation that has attracted more than 4 million views. Other musicians have covered the tune, and it inspired a celebrity video on YouTube. "Clouds" wa s e v e n l i s t ed No. I on the iTunes Top 10 list on Wednesday — two days after Sobiech died after battling bone cancer. His mother, Laura Sobiech, said on t h e C a r i ngBridge website that her son was surr ounded by family and h i s girlfriend when he died at his home in Lakeland, an eastern suburb of St. Paul. He had recently turned 18.

and didn't really lose," he said. Sobiech was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in N o vember 2009. He went through surgeries and chemotherapy, and spent some time cancer-free. Watch Zach Sobiech's But last May, cancer was found "Clouds" video at in his pelvis and lungs — and http://bit.ly/UIGq9r he was told he had months, maybe a year, to live. He wrote the song, "Clouds," Sobiech was being remem- as afarewell. Hallberg said probered not only for his music, ceeds from the sale of the song, but also for the way he lived. and Sobiech's other music, are John Hallberg, the chief exec- going to the Zach Sobiech Osutive of the Children's Cancer teosarcoma Fund, which Zach Research Fund, said Sobiech wanted set up so that more had a positive attitude and ap- researchcould be done to find proached his diagnosis with better ways to treat this form of strength and grace. childhood cancer. "You don't have to find out "That will be Zach's lasting you're dying to start living," legacy," Hallberg said. Sobiech said in a short video Family members were deabout him t i tled, "My Last clining interviews but said in a Days: Meet Zach Sobiech," statement that they felt blessed which also has been viewed by Zach Sobiech's "amazing more than 4 m i l l ion t i mes presence" in their lives. They since it was posted to YouTube thanked those who "listened The Associated Press file photo two weeks ago. with their hearts and helped Zach Sobiech and his friend, Samantha Brown, sing a song "I want to be remembered as Zach bring his message and they wrote together, called "Star Hopping," in Lakeland, Minn., a kid who went down fighting, his music to the world." late last year. Sobiech died early Monday.

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Greg Walden, R-Hood River, Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, and Kurt Schrader, D-Canby. The House proposal would create a separate trust of land s pecifically d e signated f o r timber harvest under state management, where federal environmental standards do not apply. Wyden's framework envisions all of the O&C land

remaining as federal property, subject to federal regulations. Wyden's plan would also allow for anexpedited process forland swaps between federal and other landowners to try to alleviate the difficulties caused by checkerboard ownership, where squaresof federal land alternate with private parcels. In a prepared statement, the Association of O&C Counties indicated its members were pleased with Wyden's efforts to address their disappearing revenue stream, but w ould reserve judgment until more details were released. The association approves making land trades easier, but not if public forests capable of producing sustained harvests are swapped for private lands subject to environmental protections, resulting in smaller possible revenues. "In the end, we judge all proposalsby the degree ofcertainty they will provide adequate timber harvests for the economy and adequate revenues for the counties," the statement reads. "Adequate h a rvests must include geographic distribution of m anaged lands so that all regions have an adequate timber supply." Wyden asked for input from any interested party on how to selectwhich areas should be available for harvest and which protected, and what the rules applying to both should be. Both timber and environm ental g r oups r eacted t o Wyden's announcement by expressingsupport fortheportions of his proposal that met with their approval. But they seemed to stop short of saying they were willing to live with the parts that did not. Sean Stevens, executive director of Oregon Wild, said Friday that one key issue is whether Wyden's framework will allow certain areas to be allotted for timbering. Allowing large-scale harvests on even a small area could have a dramatic impact on a community's drinking water, he said. The question is, "how big are those areas, where are they, and what do you mean by 'sustainable harvest'?" he said. "The broad brush (response) for us is the Wyden framework moves toward a more balanced approach, but we really need to be careful when we think of undoing the Northwest Forest Plan." If a simple solution were available, it would have already been adopted, he said. "There are going to have to be some winners and losers involved," he said."From our perspective,the forest was losing for a century, because we weren't considering any values but timber." Portland-based A merican Forest Resources Council, a timber industry organization, emphasized the need for sustainable, specific timber harvest levels capable of sustaining local mills and economies. "We agree with the senator that there is a need to modernize existing federal laws as they apply to O&C lands," AFRC President Tom Partin said in a preparedstatement."For more than 20 years, those opposed to timber harvesting have used the inherent conflict between major pieces of federal law and policy to keep the 08 C lands from fulfilling their purpose of contributing to the economic stability of local communities. Resolving those conflicts will not be an easy task." In 2001, the year after Congress established timber payments, the BLM paid almost $110 million to Oregon counties. By 2011, that had dropped to just under $40 million. Earlier this year, the Department of the Interior withheld 10 percent from fiscal year 2012 payments asit prepared for the mandatory spending cuts of sequestration. When the cuts actually came, they requiredthe government to reduce the payments by 5.1 percent, meaning the Interior Department withheld too much. This week, the department announced it will release the difference, and send $1.7 million to Oregon's O&C counties. — Reporter: 202-662-7456, aclevenger@bendbulletin.com


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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2013

NBA PLAYOFFS

PREP BASEBALL

ree oca teamsreac statesemi ina s Miami's Norris Cole attempts to score around Indiana's lan Mahinmi on Friday.

Pacers steal Game 2 from Heat MIAMI — David West

punched two passes from LeBron James away in the final minute, then punched the air.

He had plenty of reason to celebrate. The Eastern Confer-

ence finals are tied, and home-court advantage now belongs to West and the Indiana Pacers.

Roy Hibbert scored a postseason career-high

• BendHighusesacomplete effort to rout visitingCorvallis9-2

• Redmondrolls pastWilson 10-1 • Sisters defeatsOntario 2-0, wins in a 5A quarterfinal game at home its 24th straight to advancein 4A

By Beau Eastes

By Grant Lucas

By Emily Oller

The Bulletin

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For the second time in three days, Bend High used the highly effective combination of strong pitching and flawless defense to advance in the state baseball playoffs, topping visiting Corvallis 9-2 on Friday in the Class 5A quarterfinal round. Senior starter Caleb Gardner went 5'/3 innings to earn the victory, allowing just one run while striking out four against two walks and one hit batter. The 6-foot-3 Lava Bear right-hander scattered five hits before leaving the game in the bottom of the sixth inning with a 9-1 lead. Bend (19-8 overall), which will play at Wilsonville on Tuesday in the 5A semifinal round, recorded no errorsfor its second consecutive postseason game. See Bend/C4

REDMOND — All it takes is one big play to shift a game's momentum. For Redmond High on Friday, that moment came in the top of the fifth inning of its 10-1 Class 5A b aseball s t ate Inside quarterfinal w in • Redmond softball falls in a gainst Wi ls o n . state quarterflnals, C4 Panther s h o r tstop • Baseball and softball results, Brayden Bordges relayed a throw from Scoreboard, C2 the left-field corner to gun down Wilson's Philip Blatt, who was trying to stretch a run-scoring single into a double, for the last out of the inning. See Redmond /C4

SISTERS — For the first time since 2008, Sisters High baseball has made it past the Class 4A state quarterfinal round and into the semifinals. The Outlaws not only advanced Friday, they set a school record with their 24th consecutive win. "Our pitching was excellent today, with a shutout," Sisters coach Steve Hodges said after his team defeated Ontario 2-0 on the Outlaws' home diamond. "Our defense was excellent. The first play of the game we make an error and after that we don't make another. So that's the kind of thing we've been pretty steady about." Sisters (26-2) advances to the semifinal round and will play Tuesday at Henley of Klamath Falls. See Sisters/C4

29 points and grabbed

10 rebounds, West broke up two passesby James for huge turnovers, and the Pacers evened the East title

PREP TRACK 8EFIELD: STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CLASS 2A AND 1A

series at a gameapiece with a 97-93 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 2 on Friday night.

"We haven't done

anything yet," Hibbert said. "We haven'tclosed

the series out. Wewon one game. Alot of us feel we should be up 2-0."

Paul George scored 22 points, George Hill added18and West finished with 13 for the Pacers, who handed the Heat just their fourth loss in their past 50

games,closedthegame on a13-5 run — anddenied one of the game's best playmakers in James twice in the final moments to finish it off. "There's only like

one person that's more scarier than that," Hill

said, speakingofJames, who led all scorers with 36 points. "And that's,

you know, God." The series resumes with Game 3 on Sunday night in lndianapolis. — The Associated Press

• The Bulldogs take fourth place in Class 2Abehind a victory bytheir 400-meter relay

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Bulletin staff report EUGENE — Culver High's girls continue to impress. The Bulldogs, who started the school year with a state title in volleyball, brought home another state trophy Friday, finishing fourth at the Class 2A track and field championships at Hayward Field. Portland Christian won the 2A girls state title with 86 points, besting runner-up

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Kennedy (63 points), thirdplace Weston-McEwen (62) and fourth-place Culver

(55). Following up on Cassie

NHL PLAYOFFS

Pens rip Sens, reach East finals PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Penguins ex-

pected desperation. Instead, the listless Ottawa Senators offered little more than resignation. Swarming the Sena-

tors from the opening faceoff, Pittsburgh roared to a 6-2 victory Friday night in Game 5

ofthe Eastern conference semifinals to take

the best-of-seven series 4-1.

Fulton's win in the javelin on Thursday, the Bulldogs' 400meter relay team of Gabrielle Alley, Andrea Retano, Hannah Lewis and Lori Sandy blazed to victory in 51.49 seconds, just ahead of Portland Christian's squad, which turned in a time of 51.66. Sandy added second-place finishes in the triple jump and 100, Lewis was third in the 400, and Retano placed third in the 800. The Culver boys scored 16 points during the two-day event, which tied them for 16th in the team standings with Irrigon. Central Linn was crowned the 2A boys state champion with 98 points. Bulldog senior Kyle

Photos byMatthew Aimonetti / For TheBulletin

Culver's Gabrielle Alley, right, hands off the baton to Andrea Retano in the first turn of 400-meter relay in the Class 2A state track and field meet at Eugene's Hayward Field on Friday. The Bulldogs went on to win the event.

Inside • State track and field results, Scoreboard, C2

Belanger took second in the 400 and fifth in the 800.

James Neal picked up his first postseason hat trick as the Penguins capped a five-game onslaught against one

At the 1A state meet, also at Hayward, the Gilchrist girls placed 11th overall with 22 points. Condon/Wheeler and Cove tied for first in the IA girls team standings with 51 points. The Grizzlies

managed just two points Friday after posting 20 points on Thursday behind Paige Kooker's runner-up finish in the discus. Gilchrist's boys team also had a slow Friday after Zane Anderson

scored 10 points Thursday by winning the shot put. The Grizzlies finished in a fourway tie for 17th place with 11 points. Beaverton's Southwest Christian won the IA boys title with 63'/2 points.

CLASS 5A AND 4A

ummit istance runners ta e titeson irst a o statemeet

of the NHL's best defensive teams to stroll into

the conference finals. Pittsburgh scored 22 goals in the series while

endingOttawa' sseason for the third time in five

years. "We gavethem the

respect they deserved and we cameout and

• The Storm girls lead in 5A, while the boys are second

I think we surprised

ourselves," Neal said. "We played with a lot of speed and got it behind them and got to the net." And more importantly, into the net.

Kris Letang, Evgeni Malkin and Brenden

Morrow also scored, and TomasVokoun made 29 saves to help give top-seeded Pitts-

burgh a fewdays of rest before facing Boston or the New York Rangers in

the conference finals. — The Associated Press

Matthew Aimonetti i For The Bulletin

Summit's Matthew Maton rejoices after winning the 3,000-meter run on Friday in the Class 5A state track and field meet at Eugene's Hayward Field. His teammate, Eric Alldritt, finished second.

Bulletin staff report EUGENE — Summit's distance runners are at it again. Storm freshman Hannah Gindlesperger won the girls 3,000 meters Friday and her teammates Matthew Maton and Eric Alldritt went 1-2 in the boys 3K to highlight the first day of the Class 5A state track and field championships at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field. Maton's time of 8 minutes, 28.62 seconds shattered the old 5A state-meet record of 8:39.00, as did Alldritt's 8:35.78. "He just destroyed the field," Summit coach Dave Turnbull said about Maton.

"(He) really put on a burst of speed. He definitely set up the day we had." The six-time defending state champion Summit girls ended the first day of the meet in first place with 23'/2 points. Dani Taylor placed second in the high jump, Jade Danek added a sixth-place finish in the same event, and Mercedes Mingus placed fifth in the javelin for the Storm. "Our kids are digging their heels in," Turnbull said about his girls program and its quest to win seven straight state titles. "They don't want to give up that

trophy." See Summit/C4

State champs Central Oregon athletes who won state titles in Class 5A and

4A on Friday: • Matthew Maton, Summit, 5A boys 3,000

• Hannah Gindlesperger, Summit, 5A girls 3,000 • Justin Petz, La Pine, 4A boys pole vault • Hosanna Wilder,

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SPORTS IN BRIEF

COREBOARD ON DECK Today Track: OSAA 6A, 5A, 4A state championships at Hayward FieldinEugene,9:30a.m.

PREP SPORTS Track & field Friday's results Boys Class BA 2013 OSAA State Championships At Hayward Field, Eugene First-day teamscores (top five, top local)

T1, Cove,51;11,Gilchrist, 22 Winner, top Gilchrist placers 400-meter relay — 1, St. Paul, 52.13; 7, Gilchrist, 5378. 1,500 1, MorganReddington, Cove, 1302. 100 — 1,MorganReddington, Cove, 13.02. 400 — I, AbiWynn,Triangle Lake, I:00.75.

100h — 1, Ellie Logan,Condon/Wheeler, 16.03. 000 1, Tess O'Leary, Paisley,2:2870. 200 1, MorganReddington, Cove,27.12 300h — 1,Elana Hampton,HosannaChristian, 48.91. 1,600 relay — 1, Paisley,4:22.84. PV — 1, Lindi Burgeson, Damascus Christian, 9-06 Shot — 1,MeganWhite, Spray,39-02. TJ—1, Ellie Logan,Condon/Wheeler,

3,000 — 1,MatthewMaton, Summit, 8:28.62. 2, Eric Alldritt, Summit8:35.78. , 3, TyJames, Wilsonvil e, 8:37.83.Discus —1,Sebastian Barajas, Hood River Valley,156-09. 2, JerodMunsterman,Hermiston, 151-05.3,GabeGiacci, Redmond, 148-01. Shot — 1, Mitch Wikens,Wilamette, 52-10.75. 2, Lto Tunai,TheDallesWahtonka, 50-11.25. 3, DavidBarnett, Hermiston,49-09.50. LJ — 1, LiamHenshaw, Marist, 23-01.2, MitchModin,MountainVtew,22-04. 3, SpenserSchmidt, Churchill, 22-02.50.

Class 4A 2013 OSAA State Championships At HaywardField, Eugene First-day team scores (top five, top local) — 1, Siuslaw,29.T2,Seaside,18. T2,LaPine,18.4, Estacada,15.5, Molala, 14; 15,CrookCounty, 5. Top three, top local placers 3,000 — 1, BrettWillyard, Seaside,8:39.67. 2, Mack Marbas,Siuslaw,8:45.67. 3, Mitchell Butler, Stusaw, 8:46.65. Discus — 1, Justin Rich, Estacada, 164-02. 2, LucasClark, Seaside,161-03. 3, Dallin Shurts,Banks,157-06; 7, ChanceSutfin, Crook County,144-07. PV — I, Justin Petz, La Pine, 14-00, 2,AndrewConway, Gladstone, 13-09. 3, CullenHancock,La Grande, 13-06. Shoi — 1, ZacheryFarner,Molala, 51-07.25. 2, TrevorDuffy, South Umpqua,49-10.50. 3, Cody Toller, North Valley, 49-01.75; 6, Chance Sutfin, Crook County, 47-03. LJ — 1, Billy Jones,Siuslaw,22-09.25. 2, JeremyDesrosiers, LaPine, 21-11. 3, JoeDelgado, Ontario, 21-10. Class 2A 2013 OSAA State Championships At Hayward Field, Eugene Final team scores — 1,Central Linn,98; T14, Culver,16. Winner, topCulver placers 400-meter relay — 1, Central Linn, 43.81. 1,600 1 , Sisay Gillock, Portland Christian, 4:10.06.100 —1, JosueAvtlez, Centra Linn, 11.28. 400 — 1, AlexTyler, Enterprise 51.55; 2, KyleBelanger,Culver,51.69.110h 1, Mark Lacoste,Central Linn, 15.10.800 — 1, NathanFleck, Vernonia, 1:57.07; 5,Kyle Belanger,Culver, 2:02.75. 200—1, MarkLacoste,CentralLinn, 2289 300h 1, David Guild, Portland Christian, 42.06.1,600 relay — 1, Riverdale, 3:3169. HJ — 1, Mike Mitchell, Reedsport, 6-03.50.Discus 1, BlakeWarren, East Linn Christtan,151-11.Javelin — 1, JacksonVanVuren, Faith Bible,165-10. TJ —1,Dustin Dean, Enterprise, 42-05 25.

Class1A 2013 OSAA State Championships At Hayward Field, Eugene Final team scores — 1,SouthwestChristian, 63.5; T17,Gilchrist,11. Winner, top Gilchrist placers 400-meter relay — 1, CamasValley, 44.33. 1,600 1 , Trevor Lane, SouthwestChristian, 4:04.66. 100 — 1,GabeOvgard, Triad, 11.19. 400 — 1, Mike Wagner, Pacific,50.55.110h — 1,Austin McNichols, Lowell, 15.08 000 1, Nick Martin, SouthwestChristian,2:01.54.200—1,GabeDvgard, Triad, 22.01.300h — 1 Will Comerford, Crosshil Christian,41.22 1,600relay 1, NewHopeChrisban, 3:31.05.Discus — I Tanner Eastlick, Crow, 151-07. Javelin — 1,JakeBuce, Dayvile, 174-00. TJ 1, T J. Kinnamon,Lowell, 44-1150.

Today's Games

End of RegularSeason

NBA

Friday's results

NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION AH Times PDT

Class BA Quarterfinals

Corvallis 0 01 000 1 — 2 5 2 Bend 144 000 x — 9 8 0 Markley, Storm(3)andLiner; Gardner,Anthony (6), Hurd (7)andMartorano. W Gardner L Markley. 2B —Bend:Godlove;Corvallis: Rondeau,Liner, Rouleau.3B — Bend:Erlandson, Hurd. 0 00 010 0 — 1 4 4 200 080 x — 1010 0

Moser, I-larvison(5), Reimer(5) and Conklin, Gonyea(6); McKinney,Thomas(6) andPayne.W — McKinney. L —Moser. 2B— Redmond: Dahlen 2, Bordges.38—Peters. Class 4A Quarterfinals

Ontario 0 00 000 0 — 0 3 2 Sisters 101 100 x — 2 4 1 Alexander andNA;HarrerandMorgan.W—Harrer. L —Alexander.2B—Harrer. OSAAState Championships Class BA Quarterfinals Friday's results Southridge2,LakeOswegoI Clackamas12,Thurston0 Sheldon2, Crater0 Roseburg5,WestSalem4

CONFERENCE FINALS

(Best-of-7) (x-if necessary)

EASTERN CONFERENCE Miami 1, Indiana 1 Wednesday, May22: Miami103, Indiana102, OT Friday,May24:Indiana 97,Miami93 SundayMa , y26.MiamiatIndiana,5:30 p.m.

Tuesday,May28: MiamiatIndiana, 5:30p.m. Thursday,May30: Indianaat Miami,5:30 p.m. x-Saturday, JuneI: MiamiatIndiana,5:30 p.m. x-Monday ,June3:IndianaatMiami,5:30p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE

SanAntonio2,Memphi s0 Sunday,May19:SanAntonio105 Memphis 83 Tuesday, May21:SanAntonio 93,Memphis 89,OT Today,May25:SanAntonio atMemphis, 6 p.m. Monday,May27:SanAntonio atMemphis, 6 pm. x-Wednesday,May29: Memphis at San Antonio, 6 p.m. x-Friday,May31: SanAntonioat Memphis, 6p.m. x-Sunday, June2: Memphis atSanAntonio, 6p.m. Friday's Summary

Pacers97, Heal 93 INDIANA(97)

George 9-163-3 22,West2-9 9-1013, Hibbert1015 9-1029,Hil 6-84-718, Stephenson4-12 0-010, Young0-21-21, Mahinmi1-1 0-0 2, THansbrough 0-0 0-0 0, Augustin1-30-0 2,Johnson0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-06 20-3297. MIAMI (93) James14 205 736,Haslem0 11-21, Bosh6 14 3-517, Chalmers 2-6 2-26,Wade6-142-314, Battier 0-30-00, Cole1-60-03, Andersen 2-23-37,Allen 2-52-46, Miller1-10-03 Anthony0-10-00. Totals 34-7318-26 93. Indiana 20 25 23 21 — 97 Miami 22 25 27 19 — 93

Class BA Quarterfinals Friday's results Wilsonville 8,Madison5 Bend 9,Corvallis 2 Redmond10,Wilson1 Sherwood8, Hermiston 7 Class 4A Quarterfinals Friday's results Henley8,HiddenVal ey7 Sisters 2,Ontario 0 Newport11,Central1

WNBA

Today's game

WOMEN'SNATIONAL BASKETBALLASSOCIATION AH TimesPDT

Tigamook at KlamathUnion

Class 3A Quarterfinals Friday's results Glide14,BlanchetCatholic 3 Pleasant Hil 6, ValleyCatholic 0 HorizonChristian(Tualatin) 4, SantiamChristtan 2 Bandon/Pacific 2,CascadeChristian1

Eastern Conference Indiana Atlanta

Chicago Connecticut Newyork Washington

Class 2A/1A Quarterfinals Friday's results Umpqua Valey Christian1, Kennedy0 CountryChristian 10,Regis 5 Staniield/Echo15,Bonanza8 GrantUnion10,Knappa7

Friday's results Class 5AQuarterfinal

Class 4A 2013 OSAA State Championships At Hayward Field, Eugene First-day teamscores (top five, top local)

— Tl, Elmira, 15.Tl, Gladstone, 15.3, Siuslaw,14. T4, Newport,11. T4,Molala,11; T7,CrookCounty, 10; T7,Ridgeview,10;T13,Sisters,6

Redmond 0 00 002 0 — 2 4 0 Sandy 000 011 1 3 7 2 Pesekand Docktns;Byron and Rutledge.W— Byron. L —Pesek. 28 —Redmond: Dockins; Sandy: Spanier,Baker. OSAAState Championships Class 6A Quarterfinals Friday's results NorthMedford10,Central Catholic 0(6 inn.) Lincoln 4,McNary3 Glencoe3,Tualatin 0 Today's game RoseburgatSouthSalem

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Today's Games Tulsa atAtlanta, 4p.m. Newyork atConnecticut, 4p.m.

NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE AH TimesPDT CONFERENCESEMIFINALS

(Best-of-7) (x-if necessary)

EASTERNCONFERENCE Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 1 Tuesday,May14:Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa1 Friday,May17:Pittsburgh4, Ottawa3 Sunday,May19: Ottawa2, Pittsburgh I, 20T Wednesday,May22: Pittsburgh 7, Ottawa3 Friday,May24:Pittsburgh 6, Ottawa2 Boston 3, N.y. Rangers1 Thursday,May16:Boston 3, N.Y.Rangers2, OT Sunday,May19: Boston5, N.Y.Rangers2 Tuesday,May21:Boston 2, N.Y.Rangers1 Thursday,May23 NY.Rangers4, Boston3, DT Today,May25:N.Y.Rangersat Boston, 2:30p.m. x-Monday,May27. Bostonat N.Y.Rangers, TBD x-Wednes day,May29:N.Y.RangersatBoston TBD WESTERN CONFERENCE Detroit3, Chicago1 Wednesday, May15: Chicago4, Detroit1 Saturday,May18: Detroit 4,Chicago1 Monday,May20:Detroit 3, ChicagoI Thursday, May23. Detroit 2, Chicago0 Today,May25:Detroit at Chicago,5p.m. x-Monday,May27: Chicagoat Detroit, TBD x-WednesdayMay29: Detroit at Chicago,TBD Los Angeles 3, San Jose 2 Tuesday,May14:LosAngeles2, SanJose0 Thursday, May16 LosAngeles 4, SanJose3 SaturdayMay18:SanJose2, LosAngeles I, OT Tuesday,May21.SanJose2, LosAngeles1 Thursday, May23: LosAngeles 3, SanJose0 Sunday,May26: LosAngeles at SanJose, 5p.m. x-Tuesday, May28: SanJoseat LosAngeles, TBD

Class 4A Quarterfinals Friday's results Gladstone 2,Sutheriin 0 McLoughlin 2, Molala1 Newport8, Elmira2 Banks7, Henley0

GOLF

BASEBALL

Winner, topCulver placers 400-meter relay — I, Culver(GabrielleAlley, AndreaRetano,I-lannahLewis, Lori Sandy),51.49.

College

PGA Tour

Pac-12 Standings AH TimesPDT

Crowne PlazaInvitational at Colonial Friday At Colonial CountryClub Forl Worth, Texas Purse: $6.4 million yardage:7,204; Par70

Conference Overall W L 22 6 21 7 20 8 15 13 15 13 14 14 13 15 10 18 10 20 9 19 6 22

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OregonState 43 10 Oregon 44 13 38 16 UCLA ArizonaState 34 19 Stanford 31 21 Washington 23 31 Arizona 32 21 SouthemCal 20 34 California 23 21 WashingtonState 23 30 Utah 20 30 Friday's Games WashingtonState10, OregonState9 (11 innings) Oregon6, Utah2 Washington8, ArizonaState7 Arizona4, LISC3 Stanford 2,UCLA1

LeaderboardIatime of suspendedplay Score Thru 1. MattKuchar 10 15 -9 2. Graham DeLaet F -8 3. SteveFlesch F -8 3.JoshTeater F -8 3.JordanSpieth F 3.RyanPalmer 8 12 -7 7. ChrisStroud F -7 7. FredrikJacobson F -6 9. Chez Reavie F -6 9.ZachJohnson 16 -6 F 9 ScottStallings -6 9. BooWeekley F -6 9. ChrisKirk 15 -6 9. KenDuke F -6 9. MarcLeishman 14 -6 -6 -6

9. JohnHuh 9. MattEvery

9. JohnRogins

Partial SecondRound(Leading Scores) a-denotesamateur Note: Playwassuspended dueto rain 64-67 — 131 GrahamDeLaet 65-67 132 JoshTeater 65-67 — 132 JordanSpieth 68-64—132 SteveFlesch 66-67 — 133 Freddie Jacobson Chris Stroud 67 66 133 67-67 — 134 BooWeekley 63-71 — 134 JohnRollins 66-68 — 134 KenDuke Scott Stallings 69-65 134 70-64 — 134 ChezReavie 65-69 — 134 Matt Every 67-68 — 135 BrianDavis

14 F F

Cham ptons Tour SeniorPGA Champio nship Friday At Bellerive CountryCluh St. Louis Purse: TBA ($2.1 miRion in 2012) yardage:0,959; Par: 71 SecondRound (Leading Scores) 69-66 — 135 RussCochran 69-66 — 135 KennyPerry 67-70 — 137 KiyoshiMurota 66-72 — 138 Duify Waldorf 66-72 — 138 Jay Haas LorenRoberts 70-68 — 138 68-71 — 139 PeterSenior Chien-SoonLu 68-72 140 TomWatson 69-71—140 Kohkildoki 71-69 — 140 RodSpittle 69-71 — 140 Jefi Coston 71-69 — 140 Mark Mielke 69-71 140 DanForsm an 69-71—140 FredFunk 69-71 — 140 SonnySkinner 67-73 — 140 Jay DonBlake 71-69 — 140 Joel Edwards 72 69 141 7 3-68 — 141 StevePate 72-69 — 141 DonBerry 70-71 — 141 MarkWiebe 69-72 — 141 Gil Morgan 71-70 141 FranciscoMinoza 70-71—141 BruceVaughan 70-71 — 141 Kirk Triplett GaryRusnak 72-69 — 141 GeneSauers 70-71 — 141 BrianHenninger 73 68 141 Jim Gallagher,Jr. 73-68 — 141 Jim Carter 70-72 — 142 Bart Bryant 73-69 — 142 TommyArmour, III 72-70 — 142 Bill Glasson 69 73 142 Willie Wood Jim Rutledge Dick Mast TomByrum RoccoMediate Scott Hoch

74-68 — 142 75-67 — 142 70-72 — 142 72-71 — 143

69 74 143

76-67 — 143 73-70 — 143 70-73 — 143 73-70 — 143

MarkO'Meara Hale Irwin Mike Hulbert TerryPrice

71-72 143

TomKite BobTway

72-71 — 143 76-67 — 143 69-74 — 143 72-71 — 143 73-70 143 73-71—144 75-69—144 73-71 — 144 70-74 — 144 74-70 144 73-71—144 72-72—144 70-74—144 72-72—144

Andrew Oidcom TomPernice,Jr. MichaelAllen BradBryant

NHL

Class BA Quarterfinals Friday's results Hermiston3, Liberty1 Churchill 8,Dallas2 WestAlbany6, HoodRiverVal ey0 Sandy3, Redmond2

Class 2A 2013 OSAA State Championships At HaywardField, Eugene Final team scores — I, Portland Christian,86; 4, Culver,55.

Class1A 2013 OSAA State Championships At Hayward Field, Eugene Final team scores —T1,Condon/Wheeler,51

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HOCKEY

Class 3A Quarterfinals Top three, top local placers Friday's results 3,000 — 1, Sierra Brown, Hidden Valley, 4, Wilamina0 10 0789.2, KatyPotter, Siuslaw,10:0922.3, Nevina Dayton Santiam Chri s tian 5,Toledo2 Deluca,Phoenix,10:22.76.HJ—I, HosannaWilder, Ridge view, 5-03. 2,Amy Hilger, Banks,5-02. 3, BlanchetCatholic 6,Glide1 MackenzieFolkerts, Newport, 5-02. 6, AlishaHaken, Rainier 5,Vale4 Sisters, 4-10; Tll, Kyrie Prescott, Ridgeview, 4-08. Class 2A/1A Javelin — 1,KelseyShaw,Elmira,134-02. 2, ChrisQuarterfinals hna MacDonaldSutherl , in, 132-00. 3, AshleeCole, Friday's results Siulsaw,129-03; 5, HannahTroutman,CrookCounty, Perrydal5, e Heppner/lone 3 123-06, 14,ElleRenault, Madras,106-06. LJ — 1, Union/Cove 9, Irri g on 2 ClaireThomas, Molala,18 02.75.2,Madison Cronin, Gladstone,17-06.25. 3, LakenBerlin, CrookCounty, Glendale5, Regis 3 yoncalla11,Gaston4 17-02.50; 6,MichaelaMiler, Sisters,15-10.50.

1,600 1, Katriel O'Reily, Union,4:5386; 7, Angelica Metteer,Culver, 5:16.10 100 — I, Madison Carlin, Weston-McE wen, 13.01. 400 — 1, Julia Whalen,PortlandChristian, 5821; 3, HannahLewis, Culver, I:00.22.100h — I, Elsa Steen,Enterprise, 16.33.800 —1,Aysia Kilingbeck-Davids, Dakridge, 2:24 82; 3, AndreaRetano,Culver, 2:28.36.200 1, LoghanSprauer,Kennedy, 26.70 300h — I, Emily Parks,LostRiver,4786.1,600 relay — 1, Portland Christian,4:13.75;4,culver,42031 PV 1,Sierra Robertson,PortlandChristian,9-09. Shot—1, Marta Stangel, Enterprise,32-02.75. TJ — 1, Mary Roy, GrantUnion,35-06;2, Lori Sandy,Culver, 35-03.50.

Pct GB 1.000

Friday's Game

Girls Class 5A 2013 OSAA State Championships At HaywardField, Eugene First-day team scores (top five, top local) —1, Summit,23.5.2,West Albany,18. 3, Hermiston, 17. 4, Marshfield,16. 5,Lebanon,14; T19,Bend,1. Top three, top local placers 3,000 — 1, HannahGindlesperger, Summit, 10:0979. 2,MaryKateMcGuire, Dallas,10:16.32 3, ShaylenCrook,Marshfield,10:22 63. HJ—1,Rachel Proteau,WestAlbany,6-01. T2,DanieleTaylor, Summit, 5-04. T2,MckenzieByrd, Hermiston, 504; T6, JadeDanek,Summit, 5-02.Javelin — I, Mckenzie Byrd, Hermiston,134-06. 2,AmandaShort, Lebanon, 129-07. 3, Alexis Hassenger,Lebanon, 124-07; 5, MercedesMingus, Summit, 113-03.LJ—1, Lauren McGowne,Marshfield, 17-09.25. 2,RachelProteau, West Albany,17-06. 3, Jasmin McKenzie, Benson, 16-11.25;8, EvanDavis, Bend, 16-07.50.

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Los Angeles Minnesota Phoenix Seattle Tulsa SanAntonio

Softball

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66-69 135 69-66—135 67-68—135 71-64 — 135 69-66 — 135 64 71 135 67-69 — I36 72-64 — 136 68-68 — 136 66-70 — 136 68 68 136 67-69 — 136 66-70 — 136 69-68 — 137 70-67 — 137 69 68 137 68-69 — 137

Brendon deJonge HunterMahan AngelCabrera RobertKarlsson Kyle Reiiers

BASKETBALL

Baseball

Wilson Redmond

DerekErnst Jim Furyk RobertoCastro Justin Hicks CharlieWi JohnPeterson Tim Clark David Lingmerth J.J. Henry Martin Flores BrandtJobe Jeii Overton

WashingtonStateat OregonState,1 p.m. Oregon at Utah,3p.m. ArizonaStateat Washington, 4p.m. USC atArizona,6 p.m. UCLAat Stanford,7 p.m. Sunday's Games Oregon at Utah,noon USC atArizona,noon ArizonaStateat Washington, noon WashingtonStateat OregonState, noon UCLA at Stanford,3 p.m.

34-02.

— I, Hermiston,23. 2,Summit,18. 3,Marist,13 4, The DallesWahtonka,11. T5,Wilamette,10. T5,Hood RiverValley,10; 8,MountainView,8;12, Redmond,6

Top three, top local placers

BASEBALL

PeterJacobsen Nea l.ancaster Jefi Freema n GregTurner Jerry Pate PeterFowler GeneJones Jefi Hart BobGau s SandyLyle Mark McNulty DesSmyth D. A.Weibring Mark Mouland BoonchuRuangkit Joe Oza ki MorrisHatalsky Philip Golding

71 74 145 71-74 — 145 71-74 — 145 73-72 — 145

73-72 — 145 73-72 145 75-70—145 71-74 — 145 75-70 — 145 73-72 — 145

LPGA Tour BahamasClassic Friday At OceanClub Golf Course Paradise Island, Bahamas Purse: $1.3 million yardage: 6,644;Par 70 Partial First Round(Leading Scores) Note: Due torain first roundwascut downto 12 holes with a par45 Silvia Cavalleri 39 HeatherBowieYoung 39 Austin Ernst 40 Lisa Mccloskey 40 Pao aMoreno 40 AnnaNordqvist 40 JulietaGranada 41 KarineIcher 41 TiffanyJoh 41 BrittanyLang 41 gheeLee 41 41 HeeYoungPark SuzannPetersen 41 JaneRah 41 AlenaSharp 41 Leaderboard Score Thru

1. SilviaCavalleri 1. HeatherBowieYoung 1. MariajoUribe

4. LisaMccloskey 4. AustinErnst 4. AnnaNordqvist 4. PaolaMoreno 8. TifianyJoh 8. CindyLacrosse B.llheeLee 8. Maude-Aimee Leblanc 8. JulietaGranada 8. HeeyoungPark B.JaneRah 8. BrittanyLang 8. AlenaSharp 8. SuzannPetersen 8. KarineIcher

-6 -6 -6 -5 -5 -5 -5 -4 -4 -4

-4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4

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TENNIS Professional Nice Open Friday At The NiceLawnTennis Club Nice, France Purse: $600,500(WT250) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Semifinals Albert MontanesSpain,def. EdouardRoger-Vasselin, France, 6-4,4-6, 6-0. Gael Monfils, France,def. PabloAndujar,Spain, 7-5,6-4.

Brussels Open Friday At PrimeroseRoyal TennisClub Brussels, Belgium Purse: $690,000(Premier) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Quarterfinals Kaia KanepiEstoni , a,def. VarvaraLepchenko(7), UntiedStates 63 46 76(4) JamieHampton, UnitedStates, def. RobertaVinci (2), Italy,5-7, 6-3, 7-5. Power HorseCup Friday At Rochusclub Duesseldorf, Germany Purse: $600,500(WT250) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Semifinals JuanMonaco(3), Argentina, dei.GuidoPela,Argentina,6-4,7-6(8). Jarkko Nieminen(6), Finland,def. Igor Sijsling, Netherlands,7-5,4-6, 6-3.

Strasbourg International Friday At Centre Sportif de Hautepierre Strasbourg, France Purse: $235,000(Intl.) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Quarterfinals FlaviaPennetta,Italy, def. MisakiDoi, Japan,7-5,

6-3.

LucieHradecka,Czech Republic,def.Johanna Larsson,Sweden,7-5, 6-3. Semifinals Alize Cornet(3), France,dei. EugenieBouchard, Canada, 7-5,6-7(5),6-3. Lucie Hradecka,Czech Republic, def.FlaviaPennetta,Italy,1-6,6-3, 6-1.

SOCCER MLS MAJOR LEAGUESOCCER AH Times PDT

Today's Games Portland atD.C.United, 4p.m. Philadelphiaat Montreal, 4p.m. Toronto FC at NewEngland, 4:30 p.m. San Jose atFCDallas, 5:30p.m. ChicagoatReal Salt Lake,6p.m. ChtvasUSAat Colorado, 6 p.m.

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL

American League BOSTON REDSOX—Activated CDavid Rossfrom the7 dayconcussionDL.OptionedC RyanLavarnway to Pawtucket(IL). PlacedOFShaneVictorino onthe 15-dayDL,retroactiveto May21and38 Wil Middlebrooksonthe15-dayDL.Recaled RHPAlfredoAceves and INF JoseIglesias wasrecalledirom Pawtucket. CHICAGOWHITE SO X—Reinstated LHPJohn Danksfromthe15 dayDL. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated18 NickSwisher fromthepaternity list. OptionedINFCord Phelps

to Columbus (IL).

NEW YORKYANKEES— Activated RHP IvanNova from the15-dayDL.Optioned RHPDellin Betancesto

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL).

SEATTLEMARINERS—Designated INF Robert

Andino forassignment. Recalled INFCarlos Triunfel from Tacom a (PCL). Selectedth contract of CJesus SucrefromTacoma. TORONTOBLUEJAYS— Placed LHPDarrenOliver on the15-dayDL, retroactiveto May19.Selectedthe contractof LHPSeanNolin fromNewHampshire(EL). TransferredLHPJA Happto the60 dayDL. National League CINCINNATIRED S—Piaced LHPSean Marshall on the15-dayDL.Activated LHPManny Parra from the 15-dayDL. COLOR ADO ROCKIES—Activated OF Michael Cuddyerfromthe15-day DL.Optioned INFJosh Rut-

ledge toColoradoSprings(PCL).

MILWAUKEEBREWERS— Activated LHP Tom

Gorzelannyfromthe 15-day DL.PlacedRHPHiram Burgosonthe15-day DL. PHILADE LPHIAPHILLIES—Recalled UTLMichael Martinezand RHPMtchael StutesfromLehigh Valley (IL). OptionedRHPPhilippe Aumont to LehighValley. SAN DIEGOPADRES— Recaled LHP Tommy LaynefromTucson(PCL). Optioned RHPBurchSmith to Tucson. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA Fined Memphis GTonyAllen $5,000for violatingtheleague'santi-iloppingrule during Game2

of theWestern Conferencefinals againstSanAntonio. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENG ALS—Signed RB Giovani

Bemard. CLEVEL AND BROWNS—Signed OLGarrett Gilkey to a tour-yearcontract. HDUSTONTEXANS— Signed LB Sam Montgomery. WASHINGTONREDSKIN S— Signed TE Jordan Reed. HOCKEY

National HockeyLeague COLUMBUSBLUE JACKETS— Signed G Curtis McElhinneyto aone-yearcontract andDlari Melart to a one-year entry-levei contract. NASHVILLE PREDATORS— SignedD MikkoVain-

onen toathree-year, entry-level contract.

FISH COUNT Llpstreamdaily movement oiadult chinook,jack chinook, steelhead andwild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedonThursday.

Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd Bonneville 78 2 405 30 0 The Dalles 97 7 606 10 0 John Day 84 9 527 6 I McNary 5 5 9 390 0 0 Upstream year-to-date movementof adult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadandwild steelheadatselected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedonThursday Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd B onneville 76,423 31,178 3,112 8 4 4 T he Dalles 60,479 29,011 78 2 34 7 J ohn Day 48,689 25,284 90 4 47 4 M cNary 41,254 17,729 1,416 6 9 5

Beavers fall —Oregon State dropped a10-911-inning

decision to Washington State Friday in the opener of a three-

game series atGossStadium in Corvallis. Washington State's Jason Mondascored from second base onaninfield error, snapping a 9-9 tie andgiving the Cougars the come-frombehind victory. Oregon State

had led 7-0 after five innings and took a 9-5 lead into the ninth before four runs from

WSU (23-30, 9-19 Pac-12).The Beavers (43-10, 22-6) loaded the bases in the ninth but could

notscore. Andy Peterson and Kavin Keyes each had three hits for the Beavers, while Dylan

Davis drove in three.Theseries continues today at1:05 p.m.

DuCkS tOp UIas —Tommy Thorpe threw seven hitless innings to lead Oregon to a 6-2 win over Utah in Salt Lake City

on Friday night. Thorpe (7-4) left the game with a 6-0 lead after the seventh. He struck out five and walked five. Tyler Baumgartner led the Ducks

(44-13, 21-7 Pac-12), going 3-for-5 with an RBI and two

runs scored. AaronPaynewas 2-for-3 with an RBI, while Scott Heineman went 2-for-5 with a

run scored. RyonHealydrove in two runs to push his season total to 50 RB(s. Oregon (20-

30, 6-22) and Utahplayagain today at 3 p.m. Linfield wins —l infield withstood a rally by Ithaca (N.Y) to open the NCAA Division ll(Finals in Appleton, Wis., with an 8-6 victory. The Wild-

cats (39-7) advance to play Southern Maine (43-8) today at 2:30 p.m. PDT.

SOFTBALL Nedraska coachcomes home to faceOregonNebraska softball coach Rhon-

da Revelle grew uprooting for the Ducks andeven playedat Oregon for a season, soshe'll have to suppressany nostalgia this weekend when the Husk-

ers (43-13) visit Oregon (49-9) in an NCAA Super Regional.

The winner of the three-game series, which starts today at 5

p.m. at Oregon's HoweField, will advance to theWomen's College World Series in Oklahoma City. "I have to place my

emotions right in the middle of my gut," Revelle said. "Should

we come out victorious, you'll probably see a lot of emotion." Revelle was a standout pitcher at North Eugene High School

before moving on toOregon. She won13 games for the Ducksin1980 and helped them

advance to theAIAWnational championship tournament, where they finished 2-2.

TENNIS French Opendraw

released —Seven-time champion RafaelNadal could face top-seededNovak Djokovic in the French Open

semifinals a yearafter they met to decide the title. Friday's draw for the clay-court Grand Slam

tournament placedNadal and Djokovic on the same half of the field, while Roger Federer

could face DavidFerrer in the other semifinal. In the women's draw, Serena Williams is the

top seed andwill look to rebound from a loss in the first round last year. The French

Open begins Sunday.

CYCLING Giro stage canceled — The19th stage of the Giro d'Italia was canceled Friday

because of snowalong the route and today's penultimate stage was altered for the same

reasons, leaving Vincenzo Nibali with a much milder finish to defend his lead. Nibali, an Italian who rides with Astana,

Soggy LPGA Tour event in Bahamasfinally gets underway The Associated Press PARADISE I S L A ND , B a h amas — Heather Bowie Young made five straight birdies while jumping from one side of the golf course to the other. Silvia Cavalleri was hitting the ball so well Friday she was sorry the Bahamas Classic was held on only 12 holes. The slogan for the LPGA Tour is, "See why it's different out here." Was it ever. Bowie Young and Cavalleri were tied for the lead at 6-under 39. Severe flooding earlier in the week

GOLF ROUNDUP

hole, par-45 course, that was going to be a challengebecause of a three-hour

delay for lightning. left much of the Ocean Club under water. The LPGA decided to use the holes that were available, and two of those holes had to be converted into par 3s because bunkers had caved in from a foot of rain that fell in a five-hour stretch Tuesday night. The hope was to complete three rounds of 12 holes to make the inaLtgural Bahamas Classic official. On the LPGA Tour, 36holes have to be completed for it to count. Even with a 12-

Twenty-seven players failed to finish the round. Kuchar leads: FORT WORTH, Texas — Matt Kuchar was 10-under par on the 16th green when the second round of the Colonial was suspended. Kuchar had a one-strokelead over Graham DeLaet.

Cochran, Perry share lead: ST. LOUIS — Russ Cochran and Kenny Perry each shot 5-under 66 at Bellerive Country Club to share the second-round lead

in the Senior PGA Championship. Mcflroy misses cut: VIRGINIA WATER, England — Rory McIlory was one of five 2012 European Ryder Cup players to miss the cut in the BMW PGA Championship, while Francesco Molinari shot a 68 to take a onestroke lead at 6 under at cold and wet Wentworth. USC wins NCAA title: ATHENS, Ga. — Annie Park shot a 1-under 71 to top the individual standings and help S outhern California take it s t h i r d NCAA women's tournament title with a record-settingteam performance.

holdsa4 minute,2second lead over 2011 Tour de France winner Cadel Evans, of Australia.

Former Girowinner tests

POSI'tlva —Cycling's first major race since theendof the Lance Armstrong casewas rattled by another high-profile

positive doping test Friday. Former Giro d'Italia winner Danilo Di Luca tested positive

for EPO in asurprise check at his home before this year's

race, organizers said. If confirmed in a backup"B" sample, Di Luca risks a lifetime ban since this is his third offense. — From wire reports


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New York weresuspended by rain.

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nine runs — only five were earned — and five hits in 2'/I innings of work. Bend High posted eight hits against Markley and submarine-style reliever Kyle Storm, who finished out the game. In addition to Hurd's 2-for-4 performance, Erlandson went 2-for-2 with a triple and three runs scored, Godlove was Ifor-2 with a double and two RBIs, and Kyle Bailey was 2for-4 with two runs scored.

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SEATTLE — Real estate agent Joseph Ho climbed the gilded staircase of a Hunts Point, Wash., mansion listed for almost $5 million, shooting video on his Apple iPad tablet and narrating in Chinese. Buyers from China have inquired about the 5,540-squarefoot house. Ho made sure to capture a blue-sky fresco in the formal dining room — "It'll remind them of Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas" — and a yachtready dock. "Water features are important for Chinese feng shui," Ho said. "When you have 1.4 billion Chinese, many of whom are millionaires, somebody will like it." China's super-rich, who have historically been drawn to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Vancouver, British Columbia, are investing in Seattle-area real estate in growing numbers, buying multimillion-dol-

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Joseph Ho takes video for potential buyers in China. Seattle-area agents and bankers say there has been a definite increase in the past year of rich Chinese nationals shopping for homes. lar homes, rent-producing properties and land for commercial development. In the process, they are accelerating the real estate market's recovery,sometimes edging out other buyers with all-cash offers, and deepening

ties between Seattle and China. While exact numbers are hard to obtain, Seattle-area realestate agents,bankers and China experts say there's been a definite increase in the past year of rich Chinese nationals

shopping for homes.

i n e se ea e Citi Private Bank, for instance, reports it's seen about a 30 percent increase over the past 12 months in the volume of mortgages involving buyers from Asia in the Seattle area. The buyers have several motives: Some want a safe place to invest and diversify their fortunes. Others want their children to start school or university studies here. And some want to launch businesses here. There areatleasta few who are buying property without setting foot on it. Though some may buy based on just a video, Ho says, it's more common for the rich buyer from China to hop on a plane to Seattle as part of a U.S. tour. The buyers have cash to spend and are eager to close a deal, said Ho, of Prudential Northwest Realty Associates in Bellevue, Wash. "They want to negotiate, but if you don't engage, they're gone" to San Francisco; Malibu, Calif.; or other West Coast cities, he said.

Pay-TV companies eBay makes$195Bpush losing customers into emergingmarkets By Danielle Kucera

By Bob Fernandez The Philadelphia tnquirer

One of pay-TV's top trend analysts, Bruce Leichtman, who runs Leichtman Research Group Inc., says the biggest pay-TV companies lost 80,000 TV subscribers over four quarters, a first in his research over more than a decade. He attributed the decline to slow housing, a saturated payTV market, and some cordcutting. The loss was about 0.1 percent of the 95-million subscriber TV market. He calculated the subscriber numbers for the second, third and fourth quarters of 2012

and the first quarter of 2013, a period that captured seasonal swings insubscriber gains and losses. Cable- and satellite-TV companies, Leichtman noted, also seem to be de-emphasizing the m arketing ofservicesto customers who may drop the TV service, seeking more profitable subscribers. Leichtman cautioned against a "knee-jerk" reaction that the Internet was killing the pay-TV business with the 80,000 aggregate loss. "It's not swirling down the toilet bowl," he said, describing the industry as flat.

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SAN FRANCISCO — eBay, owner of the biggest Internet marketplace, is boosting staff in its emerg-

ing-markets group by 50

percent this year, seeking to win loyalty in burgeoning regions where online sales may top $195 billion. The team tasked with stepping up sales growth in Russia, Latin America and China has reached 140 employees and may increase by about 60 more people by the end of 2013, said Wendy Jones, who oversees

geographic expansion and

Redmond is getting a new Rite Aid pharmacy. The company plans to build a 17,300-square-foot retail and drug store at the corner of Southwest 15th Street and Highland Avenue, city planning documents show. The Redmond Community Development Department issued a building permit to Rite Aid last week, with a project value of $1.5 million. Company spokeswoman Ashley Flower said Friday she could not provide a timeline for construction. But Rite Aid plans to build the store over the summer, said Gary Lampella, a building official with the city of Redmond. "They're going to start soon," Lampella said. "They havesome demolition work to do at the site, and get the site ready to build on, but they're get-

cross-border trade at San Jose, Calif.-based eBay. The effort is "incredibly wellfunded" and plans to focus first on Russia, she said. eBay Chief Executive Officer John Donahoe is betting on regions of the world where consumers and merchants are starting to buy and sell more over the Internet. The company predicts that 25 percent of its users will be in developing countries at the end of 2015, up from about 5 percent in 2012, as eBay works to narrow Amazon.com lead in global e-commerce.

ting ready." The 1.5-acre site used to house a Best Care Treatment Services office, which provided drug and alcohol rehabilitation services. It moved to a new location on Northwest Fifth Street several years

ago. Construction crews are expected to knock the remains of that building down to make space for the pharmacy inthe com-

ing weeks. Rite Aid had initially planned to move its existing Redmond store on Southwest Odem Medo Drive to the Highland Avenue location, according to The Bulletin's archives. The company bought the land in February 2008, paying nearly $1.5 million. Lampella said the company has had to re-file its application several times, eventually opting for a second store. Rite Aid has four Central Oregon stores: two in Bend, one in Redmond and one in Prineville. Company officials announced plans for a Madras location near the intersection of Northeast A Street and Fifth Street, but haven't followed through, according to The Bulletin's archives. Rite Aid has about 4,600 storesin 31 states and the District of Columbia, according to its website, claiming to be the thirdlargest drugstore chain in the country. — Reporter: 541-617-7820 egluchlich@bendbulletin.com

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Chris Ahern has joined Bend Premier RealEstate as a broker. Ahern has been in the realestate industry since1996. Trlsh Phillips has joined Ahern Bend Premier Real Estate as aprincipal broker. Phillips has been in the real estate industry more than 30years and has experience in residential sales, brokerage managementand ownership, marketing, training, new construction and development. Bob and Diane Seay have joined Bend Premier RealEstate asbrokers. Brenna Hasty, a financial specialist at Rosell Wealth Management in Bend, recently attended a financial conference in Akron, Ohio. Hasty has a

Leadership Redmond program, a nine-month leadership development I program. Gentry's group Q rr organized the painting of a tunnel under Highland Phillips B. Seay D. Seay Hasty Lu d eman W a rren Sailors Gentry Hyer Avenue to deter graffiti. bachelor's in psychology from Eastern operations director at VisitBend and is real estate investmentand land Julie Hyer, senior Oregon University. a member of theexecutive board for development, and hasbeen licensed project engineer of Skanska'sCentral the Oregon Association of Destination in the state of Oregon since 2007. Oregon operations, recently completed JeffLudeman hasjoined Home Marketing Organizations. Warren He is a certified green broker of the the Leadership Bendprogram. Hyer Federal Bank asmanager of the has been with VisitBend for the past National Association of Realtors and has beenwith Skanskafor five years. Redmond branch. Ludemanhas fouryears. Shewill now manage also has the Sustainability Training for MattGarner,a broker with The worked in the banking industry for budgeting, insurance, benefits Accredited RealEstate Professionals 14 years andwas most recently Garner Group RealEstate LLC and special projects in addition to certification. Sailors previously owned in Bend, hasbeen certified as an the branch manager atBank of the overseeing operations, staff and adatacommunicationscompany and Cascades. Hehas a bachelor's degree accredited buyer's representative by was a licensed stockbroker. from BrighamYoung University and is volunteers. the National Association of Realtors. a graduate of the OregonAssociation David Sailors has joined TheGarner Greg Gentry, superintendent of This designation is awardedafter completing acoursefocusedon the of Banking. Group RealEstate LLC inBend as Skanska's operations in Central Oregon, recently completed the objectives of homebuyers. Valerie Warren has been promoted to a broker. Sailors has experience in


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SPOTLIGHT

A 'great sacrifice' to create

Literary guild contest launches The Central Oregon Writers Guild's annual Literary Harvest Writing Contest starts June 1. The contest is open to Deschutes, Jeffer-

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writers' group dedicated to support andeducation through meetings, critique groups, annual events andworkshops. The top10 winners of the contest will read their entries at the guild's Literary Harvest event in October, and will be published in the Literary Harvest chapbook. The top three winners will

receive cashawards of $75, $50 and$25. Contest rules andentry details can befound at www.centraloregon writersguild.com. Contact: COWG

contest©gmail.com.

Vendors sought for concert series The Redmond

Chamber of Commerce is accepting vendor applications for Music on the Green, Redmond's free summer concert series at SamJohnson Park. Food, crafts, retail, organizations, and more are invited to participate. The concert series runs 6 to 7:30

p.m. WednesdaysJune 26 through Sept. 4.

Download anapplication from www.visit

redmondoregon.com or pick up anapplication in the RedmondChamber of Commerce &CVBoffice, 446 S.W. 7th St. Contact: Karen at 541923-5191 or karen©visit

redmondoregon.com.

Star Party returns to reservoir The annual Star Party returns to Prineville Reservoir State Park June1.

The OregonObservatoryat Sunriver and OregonParksand Recreation Department co-organize of the event, which invites "partygoers" to view night skies

through telescopesprovided by professional and amateur astronomers beginning at10 p.m. A 30-minute orientation will come before the

viewing. According to apress release, viewingsof Saturn will highlight the free event. Astronomy-related exhibits and activities for all ages will begin at noon,

including ademoof a solar car by the Central Or-

egon HighSchoolSolar Car Teamat1 p.m. Other presentations include "So You Wantto Goto

Mars" (2 p.m.l, "Galileo's Telescope" (3 p.m.l, and "Planning YourNext Vacation — in Space!"

(4 p.m.l. Safesolar viewing opportunities will be offered throughout the day. Evening events will include children's activi-

ties focused onrocketry, impact crater formation, and solar energy. "Exoplanet Report; A Look

at Worlds Beyondthe Solar System" will be a 7 p.m. presentation by renownedspaceartist and photographerJohn Foster.

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When BendFilm supporters gather Friday for the third-annual fundraiser BendFilm BASH, they'll be looking forward to this autumn's festival. But they'll be looking back as well, as 20D marks the 10th year of the annual independent film festival. (For more on the BASH, see "If you go.") Now an integral part of Bend's overall cultural fabric, the festival began with one person's dream. Katie Merritt was a transplant from the Bay Area who'd had a lifelong love of good films. A decade ago, she told The Bulletin that the festival "was built on a lot of what-ifs, a lot of perspiration and a lot of tenacity." In 2004 she said, "It's a combination of my interests and what Bend seemed tobe a perfect canvas for." Though Merritt has moved on — she now w orks as director ofthe Portland literary festival Wordstock — BendFilm continues to roll. That's thanks to a staff of just two employees — only one of them, festival director Orit Schwartz, is full-time — along with supporters and volunteers who offer up similar perspiration and tenacity, year after year, all in the name of film.

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The festival has made its mark on the indie film world by honoring the filmmakers behind the cameras over glitzy celebrities. In April, that fact helped land BendFilm on Movie Maker Magazine's annual list "Top 50 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee." That would be the top 50 worldwide, selected from among an estimated 4,000 to 6,000 festivals. However, noted Schwartz, "Really, it's in the top 25." You see, the esteemed list is divided into two parts, and BendFilm lands in the top 25. In fact, BendFilm was mentioned third in the piece, which read in part: "Bend has stayed committed to the ideal that, at a film fest, the moviemaker is king — and should be treated as such." Its author went on to highlight the festival's "generous cash awards" — including the $5,000 grand prize for Best in Show and $500 cash prizes in six more categories. "Our rock stars are the movie makers," Schwartz told The Bulletin during an interview last week in BendFilm's NorthWest Crossing headquarters. Over the years, the festival has played host to an array of independent filmmakers and their works, including student films, documentaries, full-length dramas, action films and comedies, short films and animated works. Two films that screened at BendFilm, "Born into Brothels" and "West Bank Story,"

would go on to win Academy Awards. "Not to disrespect the (mainstream) movie industry, but they create the poster and then write the script," Schwartz said. "With films we see at BendFilm, you really see the heart and soul of filmmakers. Who in their right mind will attempt to put everything they have into a project? You must really love what you do, and it shows." Schwartz should know. Before moving to Bend, Schwartz was an L.A. filmmaker who premiered "The Frank Anderson," a shortcomedy starringJane Lynch (also known to fans of "Glee" as Sue

If yougo What:BendFilm BASH, a celebration and fundraiser

for the independent festival featuring live music by K.C.

Flynn, beer, wine, sweets and more When:6-10 p.m. Friday Where:CascadeCulinary Institute, 2555 N.W. Campus Village Way, Bend

Cost:$50 per person, $90 per couple Contact:541-388-3378 or www.bendfilm.org

Sylvester), during the 2006 BendFilm Festival. "It's all about the movie makers, the filmmakers who have projects in (the festival)," Schwartz said. "To put in a celebrity just for the sake of a red carpet doesn't really work." Over the years, however, the festival has seen a number of higher profile names from the movie world come to Bend, either promoting films or serving as jurors, including writers/directors Gus Van Sant and John Waters and animator Bill Plympton. SeeBendFilm /D5

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16 miles southeast of Prineville onSoutheast Juniper CanyonRoad. — From staff reports

MIAMI — When it comes to quinceaneras, the words "gran sacrrficio" come to Miriam Rodriguez's mind. For four generations, her family has gone through great lengths to celebrate the transition from girl to womanhood. Rodriguez's mother, Balbina Espino, 93, said she remembers spending two weeks making her own quinceanera dress. She used a few yards of a crisp yellow taffeta that cost her 5 Cuban pesos back in Havana. When Rodriguez was a quinceanera, her family had to barter with friends to avoid party restrictions implemented by Fidel Castro's government. And later in Miami, she worked two jobs so that when her daughter, Maria Chouza, became a quinceanera, she would be able to take her on a cruise. To follow the family tradition, Chouza, 38, is spending about $15,000 on her daughter Samantha's coming-of-age party, which can generally cost anywhere from $5,500 to "Times have changed," Espino said in Spanish. Rodriguez agreed.

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Location anddecor Anthony "Tony" Elias said producing the fantasy is in his blood. He grew up watching his family put together special events at their Renaissance ballrooms in Miami, and said quince parties still make him cry. "We develop connections with our clients," Elias said. "We offer them packages that cover the planning process all the way down toexecution. We work on the dinner, decorations, and an elaborate quince stage — the works — it's very much like a theatric production." SeeQuinceanera/D5


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VOICES OF FAITH

RELIGIOUS SERVICES To submit service information orannouncementsfor religious organizations, email bulletin@ bendbulletin.com or call 541-383-0358. BENDCHURCHOFTHENAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; amessagefrom the series, "KingWho?"; Sundayat10:15 a.m.; 1270 N.E.27th St., Bend. CENTRALOREGON BAPTIST CHURCH: Pastor John Tittle; "Standing But Not Standing Still: Reviewing theGreatest Commandments," based onMark 12:28-34, aspart of the series "TheFirst and SecondGreatest Commandments"; Sunday at10:30a.m.; 500 S.W.Bond St., Bend. CROSSCHURCH:Pastor Ed Byrnes; "I Am the TrueVine," based onJohn15:1, as part of theseries, "I Am"; todayat 6:30 p.m.; Neighborhood Center, 2640 Jones Road,Bend. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor DaveDrullinger; "The Facesof Grace," based onJohn 8:2-11; Sundayat 10 a.m.; 334N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. FATHER'SHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD: Pastor Randy Wills; "What is SoBad About Slavery," as part of the series, "Fan or Follower"; Sundayat10 a.m.; Youth Group; Wednesdays; 7 p.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road,Bend. THE FELLOWSHIPAT BEND:Pastor Loren Anderson; "It is Better to be Single," based on1 Corinthians 7:7-40,

part three of the series, "Marriage and Singlenes s";Sundayat10a.m.;Redux Q-and-A after the service; Summit High School, 2855 N.W.Clearwater Drive, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Pastor Steven Koski; "Find theWhy: Healing"; Sunday atthe 9a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 5:01 p.m.services; 230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend. FOUNDRY CHURCH:Sundayat10:15 a.m.; 60 N.W.OregonAve., Bend. GRACEFIRSTLUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "This Sermon Gives Me a Headache!" and "Gospel Windows";Sundayat9:30 a.m.; 2265 N.W. Shevlin ParkRoad, Bend. GRACE REFORMEDPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:Pastor Dan Dilard; "The Great Cover-up," based onGenesis 3:1-13 and 20-21; Sundayat10 30 am.;62162 Hamby Road,Bend. JOURNEYCHURCH:PastorKeith Kirkpatrick; "Faith ThatCanSave"; Sunday at 9and10:30a.m.; prayer meeting at 6:30 p.m.; 70N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. NEW HOPE CHURCH:Pastor Randy Myers; "PrayingGod'sW ay,"based on Luke18:9-14, aspart of the series "Parable"; todayat 6 p.m.,Sundayat 9 and10:45a.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend.

REAL LIFECHRISTIANCHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; part four of the series "Sermon on theMount"; Sunday at 8, 9:30 and11 a.m.; 2880 N.E.27th St., Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OF THE CASCADES: Guest speaker Ali Davidson; "PocketAces: Life's Winning Hand"; Sundayat9a.m.;heldatThe Old StoneChurch,157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. SPRINGS OF LIFE MINISTRIES: Evangelist andBible teacher Eddie Cienda; W ednesdaysat7 p.m.;ongoing; The SoundGardenStudio,1279 N.E. Second St., Bend. TRINITYEPISCOPAL CHURCH: Sunday at 9 a.m.; St. FrancisChurch, 2450 N.E. 27th St., Bend. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:The Rev. Patrick Rooney;"Confirmed inChrist," based onJohn 8:48-59; Sundayat10 a.m.; 2550 N.E.Butler Market Road. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CENTRAL OREGON: The Rev.Vincent Lachina, Regional Chaplain for PlannedParenthood Northwest; "Reproductive Justice 2.0: Beyond Pro-life/Pro-Choice"; Sunday at11 a.m.; at the OldStoneChurch, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. WESTSIDE CHURCH:Pastor Corey Parnell; "The ProdigalConversation"; todayat6:30 p.m.and Sundayat8,9

and10:45 a.m.;2051N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Corey Parnell "The Prodigal Conversation"; Sundayat9and10:30 a.m.; 1245S.E.Third St., Bend. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Corey Parnell; "TheProdigal Conversation"; today at6:30p.m. and Sunday at 9and 10:45 a.m.; www. westsidelive.org COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Guest speaker The Rev.Dr. John Nastari; "Truth or Consequences," based on John14:1-7; Sunday at 9and 11 a.m.; 529 N.W.19th St., Redmond. GRACELUTHERANCHURCHATEAGLE CREST:Pastor Randy VanMehren; "God Has JoinedWaterand HisWord to Give Usthe NewBirth FromAbove"; Sunday at10:30a.m.; EagleCrestBanquet and ConferenceFacility,1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond. ST. PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father John Pennington; Trinity Sunday message,basedon Revelations 4:1-11;Sunday at 3p.m.; Saint Alban's, 3277 N.W.10th St., Redmond. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Eric Burtness; "YouAre Called to Bless!" as part of the series "LiveYourCalling"; Sunday at10 a.m.; 1113Black Butte Blvd., Redmond.

AGAPE HARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Pastor JeremySeibert; youth andfamily servi ce;W ednesday at6 p.m.;52460 Skidgel Road, LaPine. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH AT SUNRIVER: Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "Self-Existent," as part of the series, "Who is LikeYou?Astudy on the Attributes of God"; Sundayat 9:30 a.m.;1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. CONCORDIA LUTHERANMISSION:The Rev. Willis Jenson; "ToKnowthe Holy Trinity, the TrueGod, is to HaveEternal Life" based onJohn8:51;Sunday at11 a.m.; held atTerrebonneGrangeHall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. "THE TRUTHPROJECT" PRESENTATION:12-part video series from Focus on theFamily; free; 6:30-8 p.m.; Wednesdays through June 26; Alfalfa Community Hall, Willard Road; 541-977-4290. "REVOLUTION OFHOPE": Third annual Desert Song Community Church community event with bounce houses,lunch,giveaways, kids activites and exhibitions; free; 11 a.m.-3 p.m. June1; Centennial Park, Southwest Seventh St, Redmond; 541771-6548 or www.desertsong.org "HONORINGOUR VETERANS WITH MUSICAND SONG":Second annual music event; donations accepted; 7 p.m.Sunday;St.Andrew's Episcopal Church, 807 E.First St., Prineville; 541-447-7085

SUPPORTGROUP:541-771-1075 or http://coregondevdisgroupaso.ning. com. PARENTS OFMURDEREDCHILDREN (POMC)SUPPORT GROUP: 541-410-7395. PARISH NURSESANDHEALTH MINISTRIES:541-383-686 I. PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS SUPPORTGROUP:541-317-1188. PARKINSON'SDISEASE SUPPORT GROUP:541-280-5818. PARTNERS IN CARE: Home health and hospice services; 541-382-5882. PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: For parents, families and friends of lesbians and gays; 541-317-2334 or www.pflagcentraloregon.org. PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW (PLAN):541-389-9239. PLANNEDPARENTHOOD: 888-875-7820. PMS ACCESSLINE: 800-222-4767. PREGNANCYRESOURCECENTERS: Bend,541-385-5334; Madras,541475-5338; Prineville, 541-447-2420; Redmond, 541-504-8919. PULMONARY HYPERTENSION SUPPORTGROUP:541-548-7489. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS: Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, 541-504-2550, ext. 1; Madras, 541-475-1 880. SCLERODERMA SUPPORTGROUP: 541-480-1958.

SELF-ESTEEMGROUP FOR WOMEN: 54 I-389-7960. SEXAHOLICSANONYMOUS: 54 I-595-8780. SOUPANDSUPPORT: Formourners; 54 I -548-7483. SUPPORT GROUPFOR FAMILIES WITH DIABETICCHILDREN: 541-526-6690. TOBACCO FREEALLIANCE: 54 I-3227481. TOPS OR: Bend, 541-388-5634; Culver, 541-546-4012; Redmond, 54 I -923-0878. TYPE 2DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-4986. VETERANSHOTLINE: 541-408-5594 or818-634-0735. VISIONNW:Peersupportgroup; 54 I -330-0715. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: 541-330-9001. WOMEN'S RESOURCECENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-385-0747 WOMEN'S SELF-ESTEEMGROUP: 54 I-389-7960. WOMEN'S SUPPORTGROUP FOR ANGER,ANXIETY, OR DEPRESSION: 541-389-7960. WOMEN SURVIVINGWITH CANCER SUPPORT GROUP:541-706-5864. YOUNGPEOPLEWITH DISABILITIES PEER GROUP: 831-402-5024. ZEN MEDITATIONGROUP: 54 I-388-3179.

SUPPORT GROUPS The following list contains support group information submitted to The Bulletin. Submissions must be

updated monthly for inclusion. To submit, email relevant details to

communitylife©bendbulletin.com. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR PERSONSAFFECTEDBYA DISABILITY:541-388-8103, ext. 203. ABILITREEYOUNG PEER GROUP: 541-388-8103 ext. 207. ADHD ADULT SUPPORT GROUP: 541-420-3023. ADOPTIVEPARENTSUPPORT GROUP:541-389-5446. AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN SUPPORTGROUP): 541-410-4162 or www.agewideopen.com. AIDSEDUCATION FOR PREVENTION, TREATMENT,COMMUNITY RESOURCESANDSUPPORT (DESCHUTESCOUNTYHEALTH DEPARTMENT):541-322-7402. AIDS HOTLINE:800-342-AIDS. AL-ANON: 541-728-3707 or www.centraloregonal-anon.org. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS (AA): 541-548-0440 or www.coigaa.org. ALS SUPPORTGROUP: 541-977-7502. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION: 54 I -548-7074. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-330-6400. ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-948-7214. AUTISM RESOURCEGROUP OF CENTRALOREGON:541-788-0339. BENDATTACHMENTPARENTING: 54 I -385- I 787. BEND S-ANONFAMILY GROUP: 888-285-3742. BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 541382-6122 or 541-382-6651. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORTGROUPS: 541-382-5882. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: 541-383-3910. BEYOND AFFAIRSNETWORK: A peer group for victims of infidelity, baninbend©yahoo.com. BRAININJURY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-382-9451. BRAINTUMOR SUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -350-7243 BREAST-FEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -385- I 787. CANCER FAMILYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864. CANCER INFORMATIONLINE: 541-706-7743. CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I-536-7399. CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -706-6802. CELEBRATE RECOVERY: NewHope Church,Bend,541-480-5276;Faith Christian Center, Bend, 541-382-8274; Redmond Assembly of GodChurch, 541-548-4555; Westside Church, Bend, 541-382-7504, ext. 201; Metolius Friends Community Church, 54 I -546-4974. CELEBRATE RECOVERY IN LAPINE: Living Water Church, High Lakes Church, GraceFellowship Church Annex; 541-536-2878. CENTRAL OREGONALZHEIMER'S/ DEMENTIACAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP:541-504-0571 CENTRAL OREGONAUTISM ASPERGER'SSUPPORTTEAM: 541-633-8293. CENTRAL OREGONAUTISM SPECTRUM RESOURCEAND FAMILY SUPPORTGROUP: 541-279-9040. CENTRAL OREGONCOALITION FOR ACCESS(WORKING TO CREATE ACCESSIBLE COMMUNITIES): 54 I-385-3320. CENTRAL OREGONDEPRESSION AND ANXIETYGROUP:541-420-2759 CENTRAL OREGONDISABILITY SUPPORTNETWORK:541-548-8559 or www.codsn.org. CENTRAL OREGONFAMILIESWITH MULTIPLES:541-330-5832 or 54 I -388-2220. CENTRAL OREGONLEAGUE OF AMPUTEESSUPPORT GROUP (COLA):541-480-7420 or www. ourcola.org. CENTRAL OREGONRIGHT TO LIFE: 541-383-1593. CHILDCAR SEAT CLINIC (PROPER INSTALLATIONINFORMATION FOR SEAT AND CHILD): 541-504-5016. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: 54 I -330-3907. CHRISTIANWOMEN OF HOPE (WOMEN'SCANCER SUPPORT

GROUP):541-382-1832. CLAREBRIDGEOF BEND (ALZHEIMER'SSUPPORT GROUP): 541-385-47'l7 or rnorton10 brookdaleliving.com. COFFEEAND CONNECTION CANCER SUPPORTGROUP:541-706-3754. COMPASSIONATEFRIENDS (FOR THOSE GRIEVINGTHE LOSS OF A CHILD):541-480-0667 or 541-536-1 709. CREATIVITY & WELLNESSMOODGROUP:541-647-0865. CROOKEDRIVER RANCHADULT GRIEF SUPPORT:541-548-7483. DEFEATCANCER:541-706-7743. DESCHUTESCOUNTYMENTAL HEALTH24-HOUR CRISISLINE: 541-322-7500. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORTALLIANCE: 541-549-9622 or 541-771-1620. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORT:541-480-8269 or suemiller92©gmail.com. DEPRESSIONSUPPORT GROUP: 541-6 I7-0543. DIABETICSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I-598-4483. DISABILITY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-8 I03. DIVORCE CARE: 54 I-4 IO-420 I. DOUBLE TROUBLERECOVERY: Addiction and mental illness group; 541-3 I7-0050. DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-2577. ENCOPRESIS (SOILING): 541-5482814 or encopresis@gmail.com. EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP:541-460-4030 FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: Drug and alcohol addictions; pastordavid@thedoor3r.org. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: 541-389-5468. GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS:Redmond 541-280-7249,Bend 541-390-4365. GAMBLINGHOTLINE: 800-233-8479. GLUCOSECONTROL LOW CARB DIET SUPPORT GROUP:kjdnrcd@yahoo. com or 541-504-0726. GLUTEN INTOLERANCEGROUP (CELIAC):541-389-1731. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:Support for pregnant teensandteen moms; 541-383-3515. GRANDPARENTS RAISINGOUR CHILDREN'SKIDS: 541-306-4939. GRIEFSHAREGRIEFRECOVERY SUPPORTGROUP:541-382-1832. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-3066633, 541-318-0384 or mullinski© bendbroadband.com. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-548-7483. GRIEF SUPPORTGROUPS: Forthe bereaved; 541-771-3247. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-447-2510. GRIEFSHARE(FAITH-BASED) RECOVERYCLASS:541-389-8780. HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA (H.E.A.R.T.): 541-318-1949. HEALTHYFAMILIESOF THE HIGH DESERT:Homevisits for families with newborns; 541-749-2133 HEARINGLOSS ASSOCIATION: 541-848-2806 or hlaco2©gmx.com. HEARTS OF HOPE: Abortion healing; 541-728-4673. IMPROVE YOURSTRESS LIFE: 541 -706-2904. LA LECHELEAGUEOFBEND: 541-317-5912. LIVING WELL(CHRONIC CONDITIONS):54 I-322-7430. LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES SUPPORTGROUP:541-536-7399. LUPUS AFIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP:541-526-1375. MADRAS NICOTINE ANONYMOUS GROUP:541-993-0609. MATERNAL/CHILDHEALTH PROGRAM(DESCHUTES COUNTY HEALTHDEPARTMENT): 541-322-7400. MEN'SCANCER SUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864. MENDED HEARTSSUPPORT GROUP: 541 -706-4789. MISCARRIAGESUPPORT GROUP: 54 l-514-9907. MOMMY AND ME BREASTFEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 541-322-7450. MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP:541-706-6802. NARCONON: 800-468-6933. NARCOTICSANONYMOUS (NA): 54 I -4 I6-2146. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESSOF CENTRAL OREGON

(NAMI): 541-408-7779, 541-504-1431 or email: vonriedlpn©yahoo.com. NAMIBEND-EXTREME STATES:541-647-2343 or www. namicentraloregon.org NAMI BENDCONNECTIONS: 541480-8269 or www.namicentraloregon. OI'g

NAMI BENDFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: whitefam©bendcable.com or www.namicentraloregon.org. NAMI MADRAS CONNECTIONS: For peers, 541-475-1873 or NAMlmadras@gmail.com. NAMI MADRASFAMILYSUPPORT GROUP:541-475-1873 or NAMlmadras@gmail.com. NAMI MADRASFAMILY-FAMILY SUPPORTGROUP:541-475-3299 or www.namicentraloregon.org NAMI REDMOND FAMILYSUPPORT GROUP: namicentraloregon©gmail. com. NEWBERRY HOSPICEOF LA PINE: 541-536-7399. OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE BLIND:541-447-4915. OREGON CURE:541-475-2164. OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK: 541-312-3081 or www.oregonlyme. org. OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: 541-306-6844. PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF CHILDRENAFFECTEDBYAUTISM

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letting go of ego clinging that is the very opposite of selfishness. This letting go of e go clinging promotes qualities such as loving kindness, compassion and generosity. This results in our genuine concern for other people m ore than forour self. In Buddhism it is taught that all those who suffer in the world do so because of concern only for themselves, while genuine happinesscomes from our concern for others.

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CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND

THE SALVATION ARMY

536 SW 10th, Redmond

755 NE 2nd Street, Bend

541-548-2974

541 -389-8888

THE RIVER MENNONITK CHURCH

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

www.redmondchristian.org

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Sunday Worship9:00 am F 10:30 am

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

541 NE Dekalb

You Are TheMost Important Part of Our Services

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

Church Office: 541-389-8787 E-ma!I: theriver@mailshack.com Send to: PO Box 808, Bend OR 97709 www.therivermennonite.org

Sunday School 9:45 am Children F Adult Classes Worship Service - 11;00 am

Major's Robert & Miriam Keene

POWELL BUTTE

HOUSE OF COVENANT

CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays

20080 Pinebrook Blvd. 541-389-3436

Potluck 6 pm

"Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism

"Star B Crescent"Islam

"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confucianism

NEW HOPE EVANGELICAL

Musicand the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services

Celebrate New Life

8:30 am - 10: 15 am - 11 am

at New Hope Church!

Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting for lews and Christians alike. If you're interested in learning the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at:

Nursery & Children's Church •

FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTKR 1049 NE 11th St.• 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:

9:30am Sunday Educational Classes 10:30 am Morning Worship This Sunday at Faith Christian Pastor Mike Johnson will share his message titled "Hearing" in the Sunday service, beginning at 10:30 AM.

Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm

A number of Faith lourney Groups meet throughout the week in small groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com REDMOND ASSKMBLY OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS

Morning Worship 8:30 amF 10:30 am Life groups 9 am Kidz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am Evening Worship 6 pm

COMM U N ITY BIBLK CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL 541-593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707

"Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome!

Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy

Saturday 6:00 pm

Osborne and Glenn Bartnik

Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am,

13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541 -548-3066

Pastor Randy Myers

www.powellbuttechurch.com REAL LIFK CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - 11: 15am Nursery Care available The church is located at Beaver and Theater Drives in Sunriver Everyone is welcome. •Women'sBibleStudy -Tuesdays,10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept.- May • Youth Ministry (gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6: 15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • I-!ome Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 8 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM

at 9:00 am each Sunday to hear "Transforming Truth" with Pastor Glen.

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery W ednesdayNITE LiveKids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com

Sundays: 8:30 6 10:30 am Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm YouthGroup:Wednesday 7 pm Child Care provided

CENTRAL OREGON BAPTIST CHURCH Currently meetingat 500 SW BondSt. (541) 617-2814 www.centraloregonbaptistchurch.org

God-Centered Worship Expository Bible Teaching Rich Hymns F Songs Family Oriented Ministries Christ-Focused Living

Meaningful Loving Relationships Compassionate Gospel Witness

Union for Reform Judaism.

(No child care for 8 am service)

Our members represent a wide range

9:30 am Contemporary Service with

of Jewish backgrounds.

full child care

We welcome interfaith families

11 am Service (Full child care) For information, please call ...

Our monthly activities include

Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844

social functions, services,

9: 15 AM - Prayer Meeting 9:30 AM —Adult Bible Fellowship 9:30AM - Children's Sunday School 10:30 AM — Worship Service 6:00 PM - Growth Groups (call for

locations) Wednesday 7:00 PM - Prayer Meeting 0 Adult !3ible Study 7;00 PM - Kids 4 Truth EASTMONT CHURCH

"DisplayingtheReality ojChrist in UndeniableWays" 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.com

Sunday Services Classic (Blended) Service 9.00am Contemporary Service 10:45am Hispanic Service 6:00pm For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email info©eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH

(FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the

Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel

This week Foundry returns to its normal schedule.Sunday School classesare at 9:00 am and our Worship Service is at

religious education, Hebrew school, Torah study, and adult

www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC

3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161 Sunday Worship Services: 8 00 am, 9 30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am B 11:00 am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

education

www.real-lifecc.org •

Rabbi Glenn Ettman

"Educating and Developing the Whole Child for the Glory of God" Pre K - 5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 Principal Lonna Carnahan

Saturday, June I at 9:00 am - Torah Study

Saturday, June I at 10:30 am - Torah Service

Food/Fellowship

Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

(call for information) For the complete schedule of Services & Events

BKND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496

go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,

For information about our education

SCIENTIST

programs, please call Kathy Schindel at

1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100

541 -388-8826

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

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service F Sunday School: 10 am

All services are held at the

Nursery Care F Children's Church

available, call for days and times.

Childcare provided.

680 NW Bond Street

"Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

Reading Room:

ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday

541 -388-8826 115 NW Minnesota Ave.

Mon, through Fri.: 11 am-4 pm HOLY REDKKMER CATHOLIC PARISH

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

Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm

HOLY REDKKMER, LA PINE

ECIIANKAR

16137 Burgess Rd Tuesday, Wednesday B Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass — 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00pm 18143 Cottonwood Rd. Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm

Sunday mass 8:00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00-9:15 am OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00-12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,

near Christmas Valley

Religion of the Lfght andSound of God

Gospeland(Iiere&yyran( eternal life

(St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10)

10 am Sunday School Experience an Eckankar

11 am Divine Service

Thursday, June 20, 6:30 pm at the

8286 11th St (Grange Hall),

East Bend Public Library,

Terrebonne, OR

60280 Dean Swift Rd. ¹170

www.lutheransonline.com/ Learnhow tosing HU, a love song to God:

condordialutheranmission

a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU,

Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission

pronounced like the word hue, is sung for

Phone: 541-325-6773

Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. fuan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631

singing HU can bring you greater

period of sacred contemplation.

Followed by a discussion.

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend

Regardless of your beliefs or religion,

382-6862

Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshipping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the Reformation. Call for information about other meetings 541-420- 1667

Sunday Morning Worship

Singing HU can draw us closer in our state

(Child Care Available)

8:45 am8 10:45 am

of consciousness to the Divine Being. It

Education Hour 10:45 a.m.

open their hearts more fully to the uplifting

Men'sBible Study Wednesday 7;30 a.m.

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH

CAPILLA DE SANTA CLARA Jueves7:00 PM -Misa en Espanol

KLCA

• The healing of a broken heart

Worship in the Heart of Redmond

• Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness

Nursery Care provided for all services Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241 www.clcbend.com

www.gracefirstlutheran.org

COMM U N ITY PRESBYTERIAN

• Solace during times of grief • A release of fears

Sunday Worship Service

CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street

• Answers to your questions

One Service Only at 10:00am

(3/4 mile north of High School)

For more information please visit

Children's Room available during services

www.eckankar.org or

Come Experience a warm, friendly family

www.miraclesinyourlife.org

of worshipers.

or call 541-728-6476.

Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367 Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor 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

Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and

diverse music program for all ages TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

469 NW Wall St. ' 541-382-5542

Coffee,snacksand fellowship after eachservice

www.trinitybend.org

Youth Groups High School — Sunday 11:00am- 12:30pm MiddleSchool —W ednesday 6:00-7:30pm

M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am

Suriday Schedule One service at 9:00 am Historic St. Francis Church, 494 NW Lava St. at Franklin, Bend, OR

Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study

Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

I:00 pm

3rdTues.Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner We are grateful to the community for the outpouring of help The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector

Youth and Family Programs

Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

Active Social Outreach

Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondcpc.org

1113 SW!3lack Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 - 541-923-7466

All are welcome

Pastor Eric Burtness

through our red doors

www.zionrdm.com

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Youth Events See Youth Blog http://bendfp.org/youth/ Choirs, music groups, Bible study, fellowship and ministries every week 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend www.bendfp.org

http;//www.facebook.com/bendfp 541 382 4401

May 26, 2013 at ll 00am:

Rev. Vincent Lachina, Regional Chaplain for Planned Parenthood Northwest, guest speaker "Reproductive Justice 2.0 - Beyond Pro-Life / Pro-Choice" During this service, Rev. Lachina will address the latest secular and religious challenges to reproductive health care. Reproductive Justice is a study issue of the Unitarian Universalist Association. UUFCO will be examining this topic in-depth in an Adult Religious Education class to take place next fall. The recipient of theGreater Community Collection received this Sundrr9 willbe PlannedParenthood ofCentralOregon. Religious Education for Grades Pre-K through Grade 5 and childcare for young children are available. See our website for more information www.uufco.org Meeting place: THE OLD STONE CHURCH 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND

Maik PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709 www.uufco.org

(541) 385-3908 •

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672 Everyone isWelcome!

Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title: "He Really, Really Wanted to be a Good Christian" Scripture: Psalm 130; Mark 12:28-43a 9;00am-Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9am Service 11:00am - Traditional Service

presence and security of God's love.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Wednesday Noon Silence 8 Supper Worship 12:30 pm Contemplative Prayer

WednesdayMid-Week Services Children F Youth Programs 7:00 pm

has helped people of many different faiths

• Inner light and/or sound

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

Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m.

• A subtle sense of Divine Love

ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

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CHRISTIAN LIFE CKNTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

Pastor Joel LiaBraaten

Reconciliation Tuesday7:30AM -8;00 A M -English o Espanol Saturday8.30AM -9:30 AM -English o Espanol

happiness, love, and understanding.

Singing HU can help you experience:

Exposition 8 Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10.00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Thursdayafter7;00 AM Mass -600 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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www.sovereigngracebend.com

GRACK FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM -4:45 PM -English. Thursday 6:00 PM -7:00 PM - English o Espanol Domingo li:15 AM - 12:15 PM - Espanol

Corner of NW Franklin 6 Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM M onday- Fri day 7:00 AM F 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM

SOVKREIGN GRACK CHURCH

The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor.

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

THURSDAY 10;00 am 50+ Bible Study WEEKLY Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org

Community HU

about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief

Domingo 12:30 PM -M isa en Espanol

MISSION (LCMS) The itiissionof Ihe Churchis (0forgive sins(firougft lfie

57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm

NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30AM, 10.00AMF 7:00 PM

WEDNESDAY

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

Free Concerts at First Presbyterian! Friday, May 31, 7.00pm B Saturday, June I, 3:00pm Doo-Wop, Gospels, Spirituals, Jazz More at www.cascadechorale.org

OF CENTRAL OREGON

Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshippmg m Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337

Sunday, June 2 - adult education

Find The Why: Healing 9:00 am contemporary 10:45 am traditional 5:01 pm relaxed Sunday School. 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided

Dwerse Behefs, One Fellowship We are a Welcoming Congregation

LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP 0 Celebration Church 63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend Saturday 10:30 am-2 pm Worship/Dance-Study-

Friday, May 31 at 6:30pm - Shabbat Service EASTMONT COMM U N ITY SCHOOL

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS

Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439

Associate Pastors

10:15 am

For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541-382-3862

and Jews by choice.

Don Henderson 6 Mike Sweeney "Loving people one at a time."

Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah INew Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy

First United Methodist Church

HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER

Sunday

TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH

Wed. Testi mony Meeting: 7:30 pm

Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are

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• Davidic dance and worship • Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups

8 am Traditional Service

CALVARY CHAPEL BEND

20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (541) 383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org

Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the

Sunday Services

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NEW YORK — When Starbucks installed its first espresso bar in downtown Seattle, in 1984, it effectively reordered the hierarchy of coffee in this country: brewed coffee might be nice, but nothing beats the theater of a latte. Today, many coffee nerds feel differently. Espressos are tasty, and a cappuccino is a pleasurable indulgence, but the real magic is found in a cup of blackcoffee prepared to order with beans from the latest harvest: the new crop of

Central American coffees that is arriving now, and East African coffees that will be here come summer. When these fanatics step up to a brew bar, it's not to look for something familiar and comforting; it's to try something new. Two coffee bars opening in Manhattan reflect this ascendant interest in brewed coffee. Portland-based S t u mptown Coffee Roasters recently revealed its most ambitious project to date. The company spent nearly $1 million to transform a neglected Greenwich Village storefront into a coffee shop

with unusually sumptuous details: coffered ceiling, walnut bar,custom wallpaper screened by hand in Portland. The shop includes a separate brew bar, where you may order any coffee in the catalog prepared on your choice of gadget, including AeroPress, Bee House, Chemex, French press, siphon and V60. The brew bar is as much a workshop as it is a place to get a coffee and buy some gear. There will be demonstrations, free cuppings and an easy flow of jargon-laced conversation. If you want to learn how grind

size affects extraction, here's yourchance. Intelligentsia Coffee opened a coffee bar off the mosaic-tiled lobby of the High Line Hotel in Chelsea, a former seminary that dates to 1895. In addition to offeringa daily coffee on a pour-over bar equipped with Wave drippers from the Japanese manufacturer Kalita (the current darling of h i gh-end coffee), the baristas will select a second coffee that they think "pops," said Stephen Morrissey, the director of communications for Intelligentsia. Then they will choose a preparation that suits

those beans. "When the morning shift comes in at 5:30 a.m., they'll cup the coffees," said Morrissey, who won the prestigious World B a r ista C h a mpionship when he was working for Square Mile Coffee Roasters in London. "Then they'll pick how to make it. It's not that one brewer is better than another brewer. It's that they might decide, 'I'm loving the toffee notes in this, I bet it'll be awesome in a Cafe Solo,' " he said,referring to a kind of brewer. Not all brew methods are createdequaL Some use thick

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BendFilm Continued from D1 When he visited in 2006, Waters ("Hairspray") noted the general popularity of film festivals, telling The Bulletin, "I have never been to (a festival) where it wasn't crowded

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Supporting the festival BendFilm has endured despite the past decade's economic downturn, which saw many arts nonprofits struggle, as well the demise of some including Cascade Festival of Music and Obsidian Opera. B endFilm's endurance i s due, in large part, to those who support and help run the festival, Schwartz said. "It's amazing how m a ny

nonprofits there are (in Bend) but people's dedication (to BendFilm) is baffling. It's awesome. People roll up their sleeves," Schwartz said. "We really want to m ake this a

community film festival. 0therwise, we can't do it." As a nonprofit with a small staff, it relies on a cadre of volunteers to help make it happen each year. Some volunteers, including M a r th a M u r r ay, have been with the festival since it started. In the v ery e arly y ears, Murray sold tickets to screenings and helped set up parties. About eight years ago, she

began helping keep The Hub, BendFilm's downtown headquarters during the festival, running smoothly. M urray said she got i n volved with BendFilm because "I was looking for things to do and ways to meet people. I figured volunteering would be a good way to do that." It's worked out that way, too, she said. "I've met phenomenal people through BendFilm." Asked what keeps her volunteering w i t h Be n d Film, Murray laughed and replied, "That's a g ood q uestion. I love the event. I think it's a really cool thing that we have in Bend, and I want to help keep it going. If I can do my part in keeping it going, that's great. I also love being around the filmmakers. I like being around creative people." Said Schwartz, " Not t o sound sappy, but it's kind of a neat thing to have that sort of admiration for BendFilm, and to have people who have really rooted for the festival and keep giving so much to it." "I think it's awesome that it's still here. So many festivals don't make it," said Murray, who also volunteers with Saving Grace and Art in the High

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Animator and BendFilm juror Bill Plympton shares a moment, end possibly an autograph, with filmmaker Jen Rustemeyer, whose "The Clean Bin Project" won Best Conservation film in 2011. Desett. "So many nonprofits don't make it." "If people haven't come out and seen the films, I wish they would," she said. "To me, we get the types of films that you probably will never have the opportunity to see anywhere else. That's pretty spectacular. Youhave storiesthatyouwould (otherwise) never have the opportunity to experience." Mike Hollern of Brooks Resources Corporation, a founding partner of BendFilm, believes arts organizations and events "have very much put Bend on the cultural map," raising its profile higher "than would be expected from a city with (fewer) than 100,000 citizens," he said by email. Events such as BendFilm play a supporting role in the economy as well. "These private, volunteer organizations have directly and

indirectly led to a considerable part of the growth of our entrepreneurial creative population and of our economy. There are more jobs coming to Central Oregon because owners and managers like what we have to offer in the cultural as well as the natural realm. Our economy is more diversified, our governments and schools better supported. "BendFilm has been a wonderful contributor to this cultural renaissance," he said. "It has attracted regional and national attention. It is beloved by passionate supporters and the general public." And possibly out of towners as well. Tawna Fenske of Visit Bend said the tourist bureau's downtown Bend center sees a 30 percent uptick in visitors during the festival weekend. "Bend tourism has traditionally been very recreation-

focused, with visitors coming here to hike, bike, raft, and ski," Fenske said. "BendFilm is a great example of an event that draws a large number of out-of-town guests during the slower fall months, and we're thrilled they've received recognition as one of the top film festivals in the world." No one ha s b een k eeping close track on BendFilm visitors, but f e stival b oard members James C. Foster, an Oregon State University professor of political science, and Sean Rule, of Central Oregon Community College's math department,are in the process of putting together a survey for volunteers to administer at this year's event. "We're celebrating our 10th year, and one of the things we did looking backwards, is realize we don't have a whole lot of data about who comes t o B endFilm, w h ere t h e y come from, why they come, what their experience is," Foster said. "We're inventing a database." T he database w il l g i v e BendFilm a better understanding of it s "constituents and stakeholders," he said. Foster has been involved with BendFilm for two years, serving as a venue manager before coming onto the board in January. He also watches dozens of films as a member of the feature film selection committee. A film buff, he often uses movies in his teaching of constitutional law and other subjects. Bend wouldn't be the

same without the festival, he sa>d. "Recreational opportunities and microbrews arereal important to the economy here, a nd they contribute to t h e overall ambience," Foster said. "I don't mean to sound highbrow about this — but having a film festival kind of opens up differentaspects of conversation. It engages people in a life of the mind." In the l l y e ars he's lived here, "This place has become a very interesting, engaged c ommunity," F o ster s a i d . "BendFilm, by adding another conversational o p p ortunity, another way t o t al k a b out ideas and engage in contemporary culture ... it's a real asset to the community." And support from l ocals will be crucial for BendFilm and other nonprofits to thrive in thenext decade, according to Brooks Resources' Hollern. "BendFilm is not government or tax supported. To survive and prosper for the next ten years, it and all the other cultural organizations must continue to provide appealing and exciting products for their constituents," Hollern s a id, "and we, the citizens, must continue to provide robust and continuing support." — Reporter: 541-383-0349, djasper®bendbultetin.com

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appliques and embroidery. "We have b een t u r ning teenagers i n t o pr i n cesses for about 40 years," Ortencia Jordan said in Spanish. "Girls used to dress primarily in white. It was in the 1980s when they started to use color and now there are no limits. I have had girls wear black and red, canary yellow, silver and even apple green." At Jorka Atelier, a girl can rent a used dress for $60 to $80 or buy a c u stom-made dress for $350 to $600. Swarovski crystals sometimes make it onto the dress and the crowns. And the choices are limitless when it comes to accessories. The tiara — a princess crown — has to be shiny. Also, every p rincess needs jewels. A MIKIMOTO pearl necklace at $3,500 and its matching $4,520 Akoya pearlbracelet are some of the examples. "We have a pearl necklace that my g r eat-grandmother i nherited. M y d a u ghter i s getting it next year," Amanda Garcia said. "When my mother gave it to me, it was a

symbol of the trust that comes with age and maturity. It was about her being able to trust me with adult things. It was about responsibility."

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job of showing the day-to-day lives of the couple, but it was By Jacqueline Cutler an unusual setup because Lib© Zapait erace had been such a huge Television m ovies r a rely star and lived so large. He generate the sort of buzz that wore a $300,000 white virgin HBO's "Behind the C andefox coat, lined with $100,000 in labra" has, but how often do crystals and sequins. TV movies, even on premium Liberacewas famous forhis ,: si' . cable, feature Michael Douglas ornate outfits, and his home rr and Matt Damon as lovers? looked as if i t w o uld have '. jg t Premiering Sunday, the film put the French aristocracy to I, revolves around the relationshame. Costume designer Elship between Liberace and len Mirojnick, like production Scott Thorson, who was his designer Howard Cummings, partner for years. clearly did massive research to This takes Liberace and Courtesy HBO nail down every detail. " Who was th e r eal L i b Scott from their 1977 meeting, Debbie Reynolds, Matt Damon and Michael Douglas star in "Bewhen Liberace was a Vegas hind the Candelabra," premiering Sunday on HBO. erace?" Mirojnick says she headliner and Scott a naive pondered. "That is what I rekid, through their five-year really started thinking about. I lationship, public breakup and steamy scenes like'? Speaking in the same hotel could not help but really want "There's anxiety b ecause suite, but half an hour earlier, to investigate who was the real eventually L i berace's death from AIDS in 1987. you don't want to screw it up," Douglas, who just gives off the guy, not what did he wear, but In the beginning, Scott is 17, Damon says. "And it is a place movie star glow, says, "Call who was he? What was his life which Damon acknowledges where everyone is going to be me easy, but we didn't think about?" is a stretch. looking carefully. To me it's about it much. I was teasing In addition to copious re"Seventeen's way out of my much less about the kissing Matt about his Brazilian tan search, she and her team spent range," Damon says, shak- and more about how you are line on his butt. We just felt three weeks just picking the ing his head and laughing. with someone in your most comfortable." base fabric for one of his most "And I said that to Steven (So- intimate relationship. There's Once Liberace and Scott set- famous costumes, the Nepderbergh, the director). 'This a physical comfort level when tle into a relationship, there are tune, which makes Douglas is ridiculous!' I am 42. I look you are in the room with your sweet domesticscenes, such as look like Liberace on the half younger than I am, but I don't husband or wife. There are no watching TV, eating popcorn shelL — the mundane living of any look that much younger. I prob- secrets." Despite the bead-encrusted ably look 30 more than 20. It is Ideally, what he hoped to relationship. costumes, antiques, a Rolls"Together we real i z ed Royce and a larger-than-life more about an older guy who achieve "are those intimate loves a younger guy." moments when there are no what a true love story it was," way about him, Douglas was Liberace had a penchant for cameras around. Douglas says. "I am happiest determined to play Liberace as "Was it weird kissing Miyounger men. Much has been if you forget that is Matt and I. a man and notas some camp made about the sex scenes, chael Douglas?" Damon says. Forget it is two guys. It is two act. and Douglas and Damon, in "Yeah, but to be honest, it's people very much in love and Both actors note that people separate i nterviews, l a ugh weird kissing anyone on cam- the fights, the squabbles and who knew him — including about it. era.You arefivefeetaway from things that go on." Debbie Reynolds — had only S till, w h a t w e r e th o s e 40 of your closestfriends." Soderbergh does a terrific kind words for the showman. 4My

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Douglas, who as a child met Liberace, recalls he drove a Rolls-Royce convertible. "As theatrical as the piece was, there was s implicity," Douglas says. "I didn't want winking at the camera." At one point, after a tremendous amount of plastic surgery, Liberace could not wink. H e could not even shut his eyes to sleep. R ob Lowe, l ooking l i k e Teri Hatcher after a botched face-lift, shows up as a plastic surgeon. Reynolds is unrecognizable asLiberace's beloved mom. As terrific as all are, the movie belongs to Douglas and Damon. The film's absolutely bravest scene — at least from an actor's perspective — has Liberace, just out of a bath, a towel wrapped around him. Douglas is in a fat suit, a bald cap and wig. It's not dreamy. Both men wore prosthetic devices for their roles, and both actors t r usted S oderbergh, with whom they had worked repeatedly. Douglas was working with the director on "Traffic" when Soderbergh broached the topic of this movie. It took years to make, as both actors were busy, Douglas became ill and then recovered, and it finally all worked. "This is a character piece," Douglas says."I didn't worry about it. Three years after cancer, I am just really happy to be

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11 a.m. on G~ 3, "UEFA Champions League Soccer" —Wembley Stadium in London is the scene as the UEFAChampions League determines its winner with its final match. The winners herego on face the champions of the UEFAEuropa League in the UEFASuper Cup in Prague in August.

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Off e re d at are hereby informed today for more details. that all dwellings ad• 2434 sq.ft. Susan Pitarro, Broker $1,195,000 vertised are available • 3 bedroom, 2 bath 541-410-8084 or Cate Cushman, on an equal opportu• 1.78 acres, 1 irrigated 541-389-7910 Principal Broker nity basis. The Bulle• MLS 201300939 541-480-1884 Hunter Properties LLC MORRIS MORRIS tin Classified Deborah Benson, www.catecushman.com REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE $419,500 Spa c ious P.C., Broker, GRI Popular Kings Forest y dy d l yO d* dOp d T ownhome! T o w n Neighborhood - This Get your house sits o n 1 7 th Comfortable single custom r e m odeled f airway a t Widg i Where can you find a level. Corner lot with business 4-bedroom home is C reek. 2 mast e r helping hand? rear deck & fenced nestled in th e p i ne suites, one on main yard. Plenty of room trees on over y2 acre From contractors to level. Alder Cabinets a ROWI N G for RV parking. 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There is room hardwood floors, slab entertainer's floor plan • MLS 201303233 Principal Broker to park your RV plus Nice home with lake granite counters, cov- w /amazing vie w s . John L Scott Real Darrin Kelleher, Broker large decks to enjoy frontage & w a l king time ered porches. MLS MLS ¹201302727 Estate 541-385-5500 o utside. V e ry distance t o Golf ¹201303235. John Furrow, Broker omfortable hom e course. Bea u t iful cwith $229,900. 541-647-0910 Find exactly what elbow room and sunroom with a lot of The Garner Group Fred Real Estate Group living s pace. you are looking for in the 541-383-4360 windows overlooking open CLASSIFIEDS t he lake. Tw o R V Currently a vacation thegarnergroup.com Beautiful custom home. rental. for more All on 1 level. Lg. winspaces with hook ups. details. Call $398,000. MORRIS $ 65,900 A Grea t dows for l ight/bright Country Living Plus! 38 MLS¹201301209 Gary Everett, CCIM REAL ESTATE Ground Floor comfort. Huge master acres with s tunning $140,000 Principal Broker Condo... In a quiet & suite w/vaulted ceil- mountain views & irriyyO d d O y« d John L. Scott Real 541-480-6130 well maintained com- ings 8 skylights. Cozy gation. The home is Estate 541-548-1712 Course Home of Joan Steelhammer, plex. N i cely l a n d- family room w / gas spacious and bright Golf - 60691 Distinction Broker scaped & con v e- fireplace o pe n to with the master on the Golf Village L oop, La Pine l $85,000 • 1680 sq.ft. manufac541-41 9-371 7 n iently l o cated. A kitchen. main, plus, there is a 3281 sq ft 3 bedroom, tured Remax g reat value fo r a n MLS¹201208542 shop and big barn. 3 bath+ den & office! • 4 bedroom, 2 bath owner-occupant or in- $199,900 Just 20 m i nutes to Master suite with loft P owell B u t te , Pa n .85 acre lot vestor. Grant Ludwick, John L. Scott Real oramic views, 3/2.5, Costco! Jean Nelson, & fireplace, vaulted •• MLS 201300356 P rincipal Brok e r Estate 541-548-1712 Broker 541-420-3927 1393 sq.ft., o n 6+ ceilings, open 8 spaChristy Hartman541-633-0255 or acres, 40x60 John L. Scott c ious g r eat r o o m, B eautiful Home w i t h Decourcey, Broker 541 -389-791 0 Real Estate, Bend shop/RV. maple floors, walnut 541-312-7263 many luxury touches. Hunter Properties LLC Holly Garner, Broker www.johnlscott.com inlays, Berber carpet, 2457 NW Dorian Way. 541-480-4208 tile r o of , p a v ered Crooked River Ranch, $685,000 Charming 8 Master on main level, Fred Real Estate Group Unique Home! Built in large bonus r oom, 6031 S W Ta r p on, driveways 8 p a tios, PRICE REDUCTION!!! 1930 this e x quisite vaulted ceilings, Bra- 3/2.5, 1620 sq.ft., 5.14 triple garage. G o lf membership included. P anoramic Vie w s ! home has a finished zilian cherry f loors, acres, 28x30 shop/ MORRIS $827,500. Mara Stein, Great location 3 miles attic, basement, artist gourmet kitchen, pagarage, well. REAL ESTATE P rincipal Brok e r , NW o f Re d mond. loft above garage fully tio w/mtn. view, MLS MLS ¹201204594 Pamir Properties, Inc. Teri Cravens, Broker Views of Smith Rock landscaped & l arge ¹201303115. 541 -61 7-61 95 541-610-7927 & Ochocos. Custom c ourtyard. Close t o Large Cascade view $499,900. Fred Real Estate Group Gorgeous Awbrey Glen home at Bend's North built 2478 SF home Drake Park! Debbie The Garner Group T allman, Brok e r 541-383-4360 63780 Crooked on 4.74 acres. 1536 Home. Must see this edge. 541-390-0934 or thegarnergroup.com Custom home site w/ Rocks Rd. Elegant log SF shop w/RV bay. studio/shop. La Pine, beautiful home situMLS¹201202726 541-389-7910 5 b d rm, 4 .5 Furnished q/well and a ted o n t h e 17 t h home, $397,000 Hunter Properties LLC Beautifully Crafted bath, 9. 5 s e cluded Green. This one story septic, dream home This 4 bedroom, 2 X John L. 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Hardwood floor- • 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath for home is light 541-385-5809 in the kitchen 8 • Historic characterspacious single level cared place, six bays in two ing 8 bright great dining area. The main r anch home i n N E windows. with garages, d e t ached floor m a ster s u i te renovated ow n e rship Large living Pride o f • MLS 201301793 Prineville offering 3 guest cottage, MLS Nestled in the pines room, dining area with features vaulted ceilDiane Robinson, bdrms, 2 baths. Open ¹201301681. window 8 kitchen on 1.37 acres is this ings, a n at t a ched floor p la n w / w ood bay $700,000. plant window and very well cared for 3 bath, walk-in closet & floors thr o ughout, with The Garner Group tile floors. 2 large bo- bdrm, 2 b ath home access to the deck. 541-383-4360 custom lighting, SS rooms: 1 on 2nd w /1776 sq. ft . 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Real Estate, Bend ralin Bai d enmann, corner lot in a quiet front Pahlisch town- .51 acre. 3 bedrooms, Golf, t e nnis, p o o l, www.johnlscott.com Broker 541-325-1096 neighborhood. home in desirable De- 2 bathrooms and over restaurants. John L. Scott MLS¹ schutes Landing! This 2000 sq. ft., all on one MLS¹201302966 Great investment prop- $224,500 Real Estate, Bend luxurious home fea- level. Home has 9' erty or f i rst h ome! 201303290 Brad Diggers, www.johnlscott.com Bobbie Strome, tures spectacular river ceilings, 3-car garage Broker Craftsman style with 3 Principal Broker and Cascade Moun- and views of Smith b drms, 2 . 5 ba t h s . 541-977-2611 Private & sec l uded tain views from nearly Rock and the Cas- Fred Real Estate Group C onveniently ne a r John L Scott Real home, yet close to cade Mountains. Tons every room. All the Estate 541-385-5500 schools, parks a nd town. All new kitchen V a l ue ! 5 shops. Price reduced premium finishes that of upgrades makes Edgecliff a ppliances. 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1 Ashwood Lane, Sunriver ~ $325,000

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• 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1558 SF • Close to bike path & SHARC • Single level • Open living area w/vaulted ceilings • Gas fireplace, granite counters

• 4bed,5.5bath,10,061 SF,

• 62 acre horse training Ranchin private Deschutes Riversetting • 3234 SF with gourmet kitchen,

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• Sunriver • 1 bedroom, 1 bath • Very well maintained and charming • Great getaway place on a

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Call Greg Barnwell, Broker f 541-848-7222

Call Dan Cook PC, Broker f 541-280-5303

MLS¹201304064 Call Kelly Winch, Broker f 541-390-0398

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Call C.J. Neumann, Broker, CRSf 541-410-3710 Lisa Lamberto, Broker f 541-610-9697 www.CJLisa.com

14 River Village Condo ~ $459,000

9 Puma Lane- Sunriver ~ $549,000

5 Oregon Loop- Sunriver ~ $639,000

9 Trophy - Sunriver Resort ~ $775,000

• 17652 Bittern Lane - Sunriver

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• $45K a year in rental income! ' • Walk to the SHARC and Sunriver Village • 5 BD/4.5 BA —643 2 SF • Newer appliances • Decks just refinished MLS¹201303586

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Call Keith Petersen PC, Broker f 541-815-0906

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16130 Twin Dr., La Pine ~ $185,000

FabulousCascade Mtn. Views! ) $225,000

• 3bed, 2 full baths, 1705SF,1.0 acre • Beautiful inside& out, extra attention to detail went into this home whenit wasbuilt • Coffered ceilings lined with pine, wood wrappedwindows, large windows • Home is setoff the street with many trees for privacy,in-ground irrigation system, private well, paveddriveway. MLS¹201303744

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• 1374 SF townhome • 3 bed, 2.5 bath, open floor plan with 1/2 bath onmain • Private fenced backyardwith Trex

• .42acre buildable lot • Views of Jefferson, easterly mountain views,and the city of Bend • Close to trails, parks, Deschutes

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Awbrey Park ~ $120,000

Beautiful Deschutes River Lot ~ $99,900

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• Buildable 2.52 acre parcel • Mature trees and dramatic views • Long Butte water hook up

fee is paid • Power to property • Great Central Tumalo location MLS¹201303350

Desert Valley Group I 541-923-1376

Call Chris Sperry, Principal Broker I 541-749-8479

Call Joanne McKee, BrokerI 541-480-5159

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69322 Hackamore ( $239,000

20792 Liberty Lane ~ $269,900

62906 Bilyeu Way ( $308,000

Model Home Perfect ~ $315,000

• Very clean 2002 Viking built home • 1614 SF, 3/2, corner lot w/lots of privacy & RV parking ', • Stainless steel appliances & granite slab counter tops • Bamboo hardwoodfloors • Fenced backyard w/water feature

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Beautiful River Canyon Estates Home] $359,000

SpectacularMountainViews!¹106 North Rjmf $359,900

Sunrise Village on .58 Acre ( $349,000

Ready for Your Dream Home ~ $350,000

• 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1610 SF single level • Community pool, clubhouse,

• 6.96 acres in Plainvlew Subdivision • Live on the property while youbuild • Large 36x50 shop - w/RVhookups inside & outsidethe 3bay shop • Well is in, septic in, power &other utilities instaiied at shop &well • Finished bay haslaundry area&3/4 bath w/loft. Wood &electric heat "; o,,",'+p,»• Area of larger parcelswith stellar mountain views MLS¹201301490

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• Darling home with great room layout • Well cared for with newer roof • Close to river trail for access to Old Mill M LS¹201304492

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Pride of Ownership( $383,000

Extraordinary & Privatein NW Bend ( $400,000

1114 NW Knoxville Ct. ~ $415,000

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• 3 bedrooms, 2 baths

• One acre - great building site

• 61054 Chamomile Pl. • 4 beds, 2.5 baths, 3-car tandem garage • Hardwoods throughout 1st floor

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Call Judy McCombs,Broker I 541-390-1411 lmccombsbend@gmail.com

Old Mill Views on Awbrey/ $430,000

• 3beds, 2bats, 2022SF,0.20acres • Great room with riverrockfireplace • • Expansive deck& backyard • Bonus room w/extra storage • Cul-de-sac,NWNeighborhood MLS¹201304435

• Great room fioor plan w/cherry wood floors • Lovely kitchen w/granite tile, island andpantry ': • Main level master suite Etf ". • Den plus familyroom • 3-car garage,boat or RVparking gf o3bedrooms,2.5 baths,3114SF MLS ¹201301056

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Call Ken Renner, Principal BrokerI 541-280-5352

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West Side Park-like Setting ( $479,000

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• 1904 SF lodge style home • Upstairs loft can be studio or 3rd bedroom • Wrap-around deck to enjoy thesound ofthe river

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Private Setting - 15th Fairway ~ $521,700

Call Shelly Swanson, BrokerI 541-408-0086 Call Judy McCombs, BrokerI 541-390-1411

90' of Big Deschutes Riverfront ~ $539,000

Luxury Townhomes Offered ~ from $549,750

• Three RiversSouth • .63Acre lot with own boatslip • 291 9 SF, 3 beds, 2 baths + bonus . • Upgraded kitchen and bathrooms '; • Great natural light & views! • 1000 SF ofdeckinganddeep garage Calllfor more info!

• Gorgeous golf course and

• Behind the gates - resort course • 3 bed,2.5 baths,ofice+ den • Custom built-ins, vaulted ceilings andskylights • Garage - 3rd bay, heated & 1/2 bath • Expansive deck, golf & mountain views MLS¹201304390

Call C.J. Neumann, Broker, CRSI 541-410-3710 Lisa Lamberto, BrokerI 541-610-9697 www.CJLisa.com

Call Jodi Kearney, BrokerI 541-693-4019

Inspiring Mountain Views ~ $625,000

Perfect Location ( $640,000

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Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker I 541-508-9581

Equestrian Meadows ~ $785,000

Broken Top Beauty ( $799,000

• Mountain views • 15.5 acres w/8.6 ac irrigation

• 50x60 Moniter style barn • 40x50 heated shop w/auto lift • Turn key in and out MLS ¹201302301

Call Mary Stratton, BrokerI 541-419-6340 maryselhms@gmail.com

Call Brian Ladd, BrokerI 541-408-3912 www.bendpropertysource.com• brian©bendpropertysource.com

66300 White Rock Loop ( $799,900 • 23 acre horse ranch

• 3 bed, 2 bath, 2093 SF chalet style home • 20 acres Tumalo Irrigation • 3 pastures • 2 barns with 9 indoor stalls

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• Open floor plan for entertaining • 3 beds, 4 baths, 4302 SF • Wrap-around porch

• 3400 SF, 3-car garage

• To be featured in the 2013 Tour of Homes™, July completion • Custom home by Greg Welch Construction • 307B SF, oversized garage • 3+ bedroom, 2.5 bath, study/loft • Includes Tetherow Golf or Social Membership • Stunning master suite with access to deck/yard • Indoor/outdoor living with gas firepit in yard

• Outbuildings & RVparking

Call Greg Barnwtel, Broker I 541-848-7222

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Westside Charmer ( $550,000

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64885 McGrath Road • Perfect location between Bend &Redmond • 4bdrm, 3bath, 3458SF w/main level living

• Sweeping Panoramas • Charming Prairie style • Wrap around veranda • Nearly 10 secluded acres • Peekaboo view of Little Deschutes, bordered by BLM • Oversized 3-bay garage MLS¹2013041BO

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office • Formal dining/liwng, chef s kitchen

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Sandy Kohlmoos, Broker, CRS, GRII 541-480-4309

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Contemporary City Living ( $820,000

1265 NW Remarkable Dr. ~ $899,900

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Quail Crossing i $289,000

Sisters i $169,000 • 1682 sq.ft. townhome • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Convenient location • MLS 201300538 Kelly Neuman, Principal Broker

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Sunriveri $245,000 • 1230 sq.ft. condo • 2 bedroom, 2 bath • Golf Course view • MLS 201303748 Jack Johns,

View Homesites from .5 S QUEAKY CLEA N Newer and immaculate Great family home in Large home, large lot. PANORAMIC to 10 a c res. C o n- Large 1980 sq. ft. NE turn key chalet. FeaRedmond's only golf 2399 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, Mountain View Home! • 1745 sq.ft. struction pkg a v ail- B end h ome. S p a - tures hot tub, planta- community. Immacu- 2P/2 bath, dbl garage, 1800 sf single-level on1.2 • 3 bedroom, 2 bath able. c ious l i ving r o o m tion blinds, workplace late 3 bdrm, 3 bath t urn-key. I n gre a t acres (see craigslist for • New Construction Holly Garner, Broker w/gas FP, 3 bdrm, 2.5 desk, two large mas- home with living & area! $149 , 900. info) FSBO $399900 • MLS 201208685 541-480-4208 bath $189,900. MLS¹ ter bedrooms, one is l arge f amily r o o m MLS¹201303106 Pam Open Sat-Sun, 12-3 pm, Greg Floyd, Fred Real Estate Group 201280332. Call Jim g round level. T h i s overlooking the Lester, Principal Bro 69837 Pine Ridge Rd, P.C., Broker 541-480-2102 Hinton 541-420-6229 chalet in Eagle Crest course and b eauti- ker Century 21 Gold Sisters,or walk property without appt. Waterfront, three rivers Central Oregon Realty has an excellent his- fully 541-390-5349 land s caped Country Realty, Inc. Call Dave, 541-280-8291 south, 4/2, 30x52 RV Group, LLC tory for high net inbackyard with water 541-504-1338 garage/shop, on .43 omes t o own e r . feature, large d e ck Cg T wo homes o n t h e c$209,000 756 acres. H o m e-ID with awning, o ver- LOCATED I N THE banks of a large caHolly Garner, Broker 1005 E a g l e C rest s ized garage w i t h H EART O F RED - Jefferson County Homes MORRIS MORRIS nal. Unique setting Properties 541-480-4208 room for a shop or MOND - Yo u m ust MORRIS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Fred Real Estate Group with two quality single 866-722-3370 cart. RV gated park- see this b e autifullyClose to schools! 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Both are sq.ft., views to east, tiful custom home at i $342,000 • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath • 1526 sq.ft. $ 2 55,000. new master suite, this parking too! $79,900 premium finishes. located on over one the e n d of the showing. • 2550 sq.ft. • Protected Cascade • 3 bedroom, 2 bath MLS¹201302656. is definitely not one to MLS¹201106963 a cre wit h a par k cul-de-sac f e aturing Kim Reyes, Broker • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Mtn views • MLS 201303490 H ighland Real t y b e missed. 4 b e d - D&D Realty Group LLC 541-390-6233 across the canal for 2600 sq. ft of comfort• Community pool & • MLS 201300193 Jackie French, Broker 541-923-2311 room, 2 bath, with a 866-346-7868 Candi Curtis, privacy. One 4 bed- able living and open tennis Jerry Stone, Broker 541-480-2269 living room, forBroker, 541-848-7852 room home (2,424 sq. floor plan. Home-ID 2 -Story home in N W large • MLS 201302639 541-390-9598 mal dining, and nice Home on acreage bring Fred Real Estate Group ft.) with triple garage 994. $429,000 Redmond. Large 1705 Craig Smith, Broker Outside you a ll your t o ys, l i v e plus a 3 be d room Eagle Crest Properties sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. kitchen!!! 541-322-2417 will find a pull through closes to town on this 866-722-3370 home (1,840 sq. ft.) Knotty alder cabinets, Take care of and e x t ra 2.23 acres with 3 bedwith double garage. SS appli a nces, garage, room 2 bat h room storage bldg. A lley MORRIS your investments Perfect for two fami- $325,000 Our finest of front/back landhome split floor plan MORRIS the Chalets. Many, scaped with irrigation. access makes movREAL ESTATE lies or a cash flow in$89,900. MLS with the help from ing your toys around a many upgrades of REAL ESTATE I d p d ly O H dd p vestment with good $189,900. Jim Hinton breeze!! Call to see ¹201301914 MORRIS built-ins of knotty pine. 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Home ID 1025 sq. ft. home on one details. 6 3 1 9 2 & 4/2.5, 2 4 7 5 sq . f t., • MLS 201200880 West Hills. 4 bdrm, 3.5 with l a rg e fa m i ly Diane Lozito, Broker Crest Properties acre, fenced, and 2 63198 W a t ercressEagle bend R i ve r Tr a i l, Amy Halligan, Broker bath in 4040y sq.ft. 541-548-3598 NE Redmond new con- room. Needs carpet. 866-722-3370 shops! $191 , 000 Parks, Tennis, Club Delightful W e stside $598,000 541-410-9045 541-306-9646 struction $ 1 7 4,900. converted garage into MLS¹201301092 Gary Everett, CCIM $374,990 Located be House. home with Panoramic Single level, 1529 SF, extra office s p ace. Pam Lester, Principal Principal Broker MLS¹201302967 Cascade 8 City views hind the gate at Eagle B roker, Century 2 1 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Open Large shop and car541-480-6130 John Furrow, Broker on a spacious lot with Crest. Golf and Cas floorplan, Alder cabin- port. MLS 201302421. Gold Country Realty, Joan Steelhammer, 541-647-0910 High Desert Natural c ade M t . vie w s . 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Lester, Principal BroCall Nancy Popp 541-408-6720 Huge kitchen with isk itchen w/island & 541-815-8000 with an office, light homes, 2 shops 8 2 MLS¹201207332 ker, Century 21 Gold l and a n d sunn y sunny breakfast area. open floor plan, nice hay storage barns. Call Melody Curry Country Realty, Inc. Crooked River breakfast area. EnEnclosed back deck, 541-771-1116 541-504-1338 stone fireplace, heat Candice A n d erson, Realty closed back deck. Pri- private bac k yard. pump and... did Broker 541-788-8878 Crooked River Realty vate backyard. Im$86,000. Three Rivers South j $89,900 - Beautiful elTongue and groove mention the shop and John L. Scott MORRIS m aculate & val u e Marilyn Rohaly, $19,950 evated view a b ove $39,900 - Lot 141 SW vaulted ceilings. Trek horse shoe pits? All Real Estate, Bend REAL ESTATE priced. Broker 541-322-9954 Deschutes River CanC rater L oop. 1 . 0 1 • 1 acre, level lot decking, fenced yard perched on a nice hillwww.johnlscott.com Call Marilyn Rohaly, John L. Scott • Build your dream rey dp d l y o d d op « & yon. Westerly Casacre, well treed lot. with g arden a r ea. s ide to e n joy t h e Broker, 541-322-9954 Real Estate, Bend treat cade views. 2-acres, MLS¹201105162 $499,999 MLS views. A good value Ranch in Powell Butte John L. Scott Real www.johnlscott.com • Deschutes River & Call Melody Curry paved rd. Septic ap- NW Bend j $495,000 $925,000. Pride of 201208751 a t $ 1 9 9,900! C a l l • 40 acres Estate, Bend 541-771-1116 National Forest proved. ownership/Borders Juniper Realty, Heather Hockett, PC, www.JohnLScott.com Triple wide home with a MLS¹201207148 • Tumalo Creek flows BLM. Feed Lot, hay Crooked River Realty • MLS 201208695 541-504-5393 B roker, Century 2 1 Jim Moran, Broker Call Nancy Popp through property very open floor plan. Barn, Equip. Shed Gold Country Realty, 3 Beautiful Golf Course Snowberry Village ¹119 541-815-8000 • Borders National ForMLS¹201206082 541-948-0997 K itchen has lots o f 14198 SW Nine Peaks 541-420-9151 Lots ¹2 , . 4 a cres, $ 129,900. 3 bed Crooked River est storage tile b a cksPl. Mtn. views from Vicci Bowen leveI lot, views the rooms, 2. 5 ba t h s, Enjoy your p r ivacy. • MLS 201209443 this 1960 sq. ft., 3 541-410-9730 Realty p lash and i s c o n Cg pond, 2nd & 7th fair1920 sq. ft. 2000 SilCraig Long, Broker nected to th e s u nbdrm., 2 ba. home on Home on very s e- Central Oregon Realty B are r a n g e lan d . ways, $210,000. ¹84, vercrest tr i plewide. cluded quiet 10 acre 541-480-7647 room. Lami n a te 1.16 acre. U p dated Group, LLC Fenced and only 18 .3 acres, beautifully Living room, f amily flooring in all rooms p arcel. Property i s with new carpet & vi MORRIS miles from Madras. room, dining room. and sky lights for an fenced for a n imals. Rare opportunity to own treed, views the pond, nyl flooring and inte REAL ESTATE T here are 2 w a t e r Cg 10-acre flat, irrigated, on the 10th fairway, Immaculate. Remod- airy light feel. Outside rior has been freshly H orse barn with 3 a - neither of wells organic mini-farm on La$ 210,000. ¹ 5 2 , .3 eled kitchen w/break- is landscaped has a painted. 936 sq. ft. ga stalls, tack room, hay monta Rd, just 3.5 miles acres, water front lot, which are being used. fast b a r . Pri v ate beautiful lawn. Huge 773 rage has a shop area, s torage, b ar n h a s to Prineville. ComfortMORRIS Electricity is to one of treed, on master suite w/walk-in shop/garage, sepa2 bays & 5 0 a m p drive-through capabil- able 1572 sf 2 bedroom/2 beautifully Acreages REAL ESTATE them. Mostly gentle fai r w ay, closet. Master b ath rate building used as p ower for a n R V . ity. Backs up to coun- bathloghome. Big shop the 6 th y dp d l y o d d yy p s lope w i t h bet t e r Mara Lot 22 SW Chipmunk w /garden tu b an d a hobby room. Newer Separate RV covered try land, just get on holds RVs, garage with $219,000. grass on the steeper double shower. Gas septic, roof, & paved storage 8 ca r port. your horse and ride! guest quarters, green- Stein, Principal Bro- Rd. 5.19 acres, level land. Possible owner Prineville j $69,000 Pamir Properties, l ot, FA heat PLUS A/C & d riveway i n 20 1 0 . $139,500 MLS Home is 1637 sq. ft. 3 house, big trees and na- ker, Mt n . view s . terms. • 1.48 acres MLS¹ Inc. 541-617-6195 fireplace. Too many bdrm, 1 bath, kitchen, ture trails, private well, Property is fenced & 201208272 $69,000 MLS 201301211 $200,000. • On Crooked River options to list! living room, den, large deer fencing surrounds $57,900 - Grandfa- 201106095 has a security gate. Juniper Realty, John L. Scott Real EsCanyon Rim Call Marilyn Rohaly, l aundry room, a n d property, amazing land- thered RV lot, come MLS 541-504-5393 $184,900 Juniper Realty • Cascade Mountain tate 541-548-1712 Broker, 541-322-9954 adjoining s u nroom.scaping - formerly a nur- camp or build your 201302863. 541-504-5393 views John L. Scott Real 12250 NW Dove Rd. Oversized garage with sery. Live/work your own dream home. Septic/ Cascade Realty, BUILD YOUR DREAM •201205258 Plenty o f nat u r al shop area. P rivatenursery business? PosLot 16 SW Shad Rd. Estate, Bend 541-536-1731 HOME on this 5.3 Nicolette Jones, 2.7 acres, Mt. Jeffer- acre parcel just a few www.JohnLScott.com l ighting w it h l a r ge well. MLS 201303485 sible owner carry terms Power/Water. MLS¹201207367 Broker ABR, CSP windows that brings $215,000. H i g hlandwith substantial down. son & S m ith R ock minutes s o ut h of Lou Day- Wright, 541-241-0432 views. $78,500 MLS S untree Village ¹ 2 5 the outside in. Unob- Realty 541-923-2311 Listing agent to accom- Linda Say "goodbuy P rineville. Views o f Broker, 541-771-2585 structed Mtn. views. 201208266 $29 000 - 3 b edpany all showings; too t he Cascades a n d Crooked River Realty GATED ACREAGE to that unused Juniper Realty rooms, 2 baths, 1269 Immaculate 1841 sq. Very uch to see! M L S easy access off Davis Cy secluded gated 10 m ft., 3 bdrm., 2 ba., ce541-504-5393 sq. ft., 1983 Marlette. ¹201303375 • $359,000 $58,000 - Cascade view item by placing it in L oop. S eptic a p f enced acres w i t h Nice vaulted l i ving dar sided home on Call Donna White, lot w/ standard septic 13601 SW Canyon Dr. proved and p o wer room. Large kitchen The Bulletin Classifieds 4.81 fenced acres. 2000 sq. ft. custom Oregon Licensed Real MORRIS approved, water/ 1.13 acres, Mt. Jeffer- available. home, Trex decking, and separate laundry. Tongue and groove Mtn. Views, 60x36 inEstate Broker, Crook REAL ESTATE power at road. 1-acre. son views, owner will MLS201302249 vaulted ceilings, free County Properties, LLC Large covered deck. y dp d l y o d d yy p MLS 201205389 $37,750 5 41 -385-58 0 9 carry. $58,500 MLS sulated Shop with at541-771-0667 Pick your own extestanding gas s tove tached guest quarters, Call Nancy Popp John L. Scott Real 201106385 rior paint$2300 paint and hardwood floors. 541-815-8000 Prineville j $99,000 Estate 541-548-1712 Juniper Realty 771 credit. Large back yard with 2 s e ptics, l o a fing • 2.04 acres Crooked River 780 541-504-5393 Canyon City, Oregon. swimming pool. shed, RV h o ok-up, Lots Call Marilyn Rohaly, • Cascade Mountain Realty private well, plenty of Mfd./Mobile Homes 14 acres zoned Resi- views Broker, 541-322-9954 Spotless o v e rsized room to park toys and $ 119,900 - N ear t h e $59,900 - Nicely treed entrance of the ranch. dential, currently di- • Crooked River views John L. Scott Real with Land garage. $38 5 ,000 $48,900 - 1-acre. have animals. NO l ot a djoining C R R Estate, Bend MLS 201101447 Mountain views. S eptic, power a n d vided into 4 tax lots. • MLS 2704850 CC8 R's or HOA, easy greenbelt. C u rrently $99,900 Juniper Realty, MLS¹201206664 www.JohnLScott.com $120,000 - 1.03 acres, water installed. Megan Power, a ccess t o Ben d , set up for R V u se. MLS¹201104846 Juniper Realty 541-504-5393 1296 sq. feet, new on Call Linda Lou Broker, GRI, CDPE Redmond or Sisters. 541-504-5393 Fully fenced. Linda Lou Day- Wright, 2 0748 V a lentine S t . market! Day-Wright, Broker, 541-610-7318 12851 SW Deer One-of-a-kind p r opMLS¹201205397 $54,900 Cute 3 bdrm, MLS¹201303386 541-771-2585 Broker, 541-771-2585 $455, 0 0 0 Crooked River Realty Crossing. Remodeled e rty. Call Nancy Popp, 2 ba t h , upd a t ed Linda Lou Day-Wright, Crooked River Realty 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 1440 MLS¹201203090. CHECK YOUR AD 541-815-8000 kitchen & bath, new Broker, 541-771-2585 Real t y $25,000-$49,000 Spec Please check your ad sq. ft. home on 2.29 H ighland 12770 NW Dove Rd. Crooked River carpet & t i le, n i ce Crooked River Realty acres. Granite 541-923-2311 tacular lots in Yarrow 5 .12 a c r es , Mt n . on the first day it runs Realty covered front deck 8 MORRIS c ounters, hick o ry Great Horse property. 4 Subdivision, the views, all utilities in- to make sure it is corlarge back yard with 3 bedroom, 2 bath mfd. REAL ESTATE c abinets, bam b o o stall loafing shed with newer development in 9148 sq.ft. FLAT lot, stalled. $96,500 MLS rect. Sometimes indeck. Spotless and on over an acre. Has utilities stubbed into s tructions over t h e wood f loors, v i nyl auto watering opens the East hills of Ma 20120135 I& p d lyO d d Op like new. been very well mainPUE, close to West windows the list goes to fenced area ap- dras. Very near the Juniper Realty phone are misunderCascade Village tained & used as a 541-504-5393 stood and an e rror SW Geneva View Rd. on. Garage, carport & prox. 40x80 shed for new Aquatic Center, Canyon Rim Park and Homes N.W. LLC rental. Also has a dea ccess to t h e D r y RV covered parking. hay or what have you M iddle School a n d can occurin your ad. Level 1.14 acres with 541-388-0000 SW Dove R d . t ached double c a r If this happens to your $109,000 MLS This C OCC Camp u s . Canyon trail. $50,000 1 6160 ood building sites. p r o perty is 6.1 acre corner lot, garage. $84,900 MLS includes shop. MLS¹ 201204410 Home ID YARROW ad, please contact us MLS 63741 Cascade Village 201004467. 41,500 fenced an d c r o ss Eagle 201207687. Call Pam Mtn. views, near Des- the first day your ad 201102002 Juniper Realty, Crest Properties This home is loDr. f enced w it h m a n y 866-722-3370 Cascade Realty, Lester, Principal Bro- chutes River. $99,500 appears and we will 541-504-5393 Juniper Realty cated on a corner lot separate areas. Home MLS 201205646 541-536-1731 ker, Century 21 Gold be happy to fix it as 541-504-5393 in a very quiet setting Juniper Realty 8829 S W Je f f erson has 2 bedrooms, 2 Great Mountain View Country Realty, Inc. s oon a s w e ca n . w ith n a tural l a n d 541-504-5393 View Pl. Beautiful log baths both have sky- home site, short dis541-504-1338 well cared for Deadlines are: Week- Need help fixing stuff? scape and huge deck, Beautiful, home located in quiet lights, both bedrooms tance to the Lakeside 3 bedroom 2 b a t h 16535 SW Chinook Dr. days 11:00 noon for Call A Service Professional 2 bdrm, 2 bath, with have walk-in closets, Broken Top Ideal area on 1 acre corner S ports Center a nd mfd. home on 1 and a 5.68 a c res, R i v er next day, Sat. 11:00 find the help you need. extra room for office. lot on a paved street. dining area has built Spray Park, come and Building Location for Sunday and O ver 1 5 0 0 sq. f t . half acres. Corner lot. B roken To p ni n t h v iews, o w ne r w i l l a.m. Spacious 1280 sq. ft., in hutch. Large living enjoy listening to the www.bendbulletin.com to p avement, Monday. $225,000 MLS Spotless, like new in- Close 2 bdrm., 2 ba. has r oom and a w o o d q uiet. A v oi d b a n k fairway, natural ter- carry. Wrap around kitchen 541 -385-5809 slde. new carpet 8 v i nyl s tove to k ee p y o u c losing costs; t h e rain, .34 acre, offered 201106408 with lots of c o unter Thank you! The Highlands, WestJuniper Realty Cascade Village at $249,000. flooring on the main cozy. Must see this seller is offering exand cupboard space, The Bulletin Classified side Bend G ated, 541-504-5393 Homes. Bend, Cate Cushman, floor. Finished bonus property to appreci- c ellent terms t o a l aundry r o o m of f close to Bend ameni541-388-0000 Principal Broker rm. above garage. RV ate all it has to offer. qualified buyer. 16685 SW Chinook Dr. kitchen has back door ties. The Highlands at $179,900 MLS 541-480-1884 Lot 21 SW Chipmunk area w/hook up. Well Home-ID 619 $83,500 6 .9 a c r es , Ri v e r to garage area, with Broken Top, 10 acres. FACTORY SPECIAL 201302690. www.catecushman.com views, all utilities inRd. 5.16 acre, com- Offered at $550,000. maintained decks to Eagle Crest sliding glass door to New Home, 3 bdrm, Cascade Realty, munity water installed. enjoy the quiet sum Properties cover deck. $159,900 Cate Cushman, Broken Top -The Per- stalled, owner carry. $46,500 finished 541-536-1731 866-722-3370 $74,700 MLS mer days. Home is be MLS MLS 201303530. Principal Broker on your site. fect Setting - Broken $189,000 201300800 i ng sol d f u ll y f u r Huge Cascade M t n. 201008671 Cascade Realty, 541-480-1884 first fairway, maJ and M Homes Juniper Realty nished. $21 4 ,900 Views. Large shop, 208 2nd Ave., Culver. Top Juniper Realty 541-536-1731 www.catecushman.com 541-548-5511 ture Ponderosas, .53 Level city lot. $38,200 541-504-5393 MLS 201301737 541-504-5393 barn with 2 stalls and acre. O f f ered at MLS 201203505 Juniper Realty, tack room, v a ulted $275,000. Juniper Realty $279,900 - 14.76 acres, 541-504-5393 timber lined ceilings. Cate Cushman, 541-504-5393 13.43 irrig a tion. f ireplace i n liv i n g Principal Broker 9-acres Alfalfa Hay, 5 498 SW S h a d R d . room. $239 , 000. $96,000 Ochoco Moun 541-480-1884 Bright & open 1344 pond fenced x-fenced. tains v i ews, l a r ge www.catecushman.com Minutes from R e dsq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. MLS¹ 20130344 13,585 sq. ft. corner home on 1.86 acre Gail Day, 541-306-1018 mond. Owner will put the C ommercial Lot s I n CUP in place. Irrig. corner lot. Large loft Central Oregon Realty homesite o n Crooked River Ranch: Ridge side of Eagle area with office area. Group, LLC e quip. incl. M L S ¹ Great opportunity to RV area 8 hook-up. Powell Butte 4 b d r m, Crest Resort. 3 golf 201303402 start a b usiness or c ourses, indoor 8 Call Nancy Popp Greenhouse located 2.5 bath, 1928 sq. ft., outdoor tennis, pools, relocate an e xisting 541-815-8000 next to t h e f e nced 3-car garage, barn, business. Near resbasketball, r a c quet Crooked River garden area. Under shop, with RV door. ball, a day spa, res t aurants, hotel a n d ground sprinklers & Realty 9.33 acres irrigated. t aurants & mor e . golf course. Owner drip system through $359,000 MLS Close to Deschutes terms available. Busi- $29,900 - O n e a c re. out. $149,900 ¹ 2012037129 Pa m Driveway in p l ace. Mt. B achelor ness Circle, Lot 82MLS201302042 Lester, Principal Bro- aRiver, 1.05 acres - $25,000. 7981 SW High Cone. nd Hoodoo. All re Juniper Realty, ker, Century 21 Gold sort amenities in Commercial Loop, Lot MLS¹201003931 541-504-5393 Country Realty, Inc. cluded. 50 - 1.30 acres 8 Lot Home-ID 847 Call Melody Curry 541-504-1338 51 - 1.23 acres still 541-771-1116 Eagle Crest Properties $239,900 - Prow front available at $35,000 Crooked River Realty 866-722-3370 log home on view rim Look at: each or purchase both lot. 3 bdrm., 2.5 bath, Bendhomes.com 32.42 Acres in Urban 1.49-acres. J u niper for Complete Listings of $165,000 Outstanding for $60,000 Growth Bou n dary, golf course lot! Build Juniper Realty floor & cab i nets. Adjacent t o The Area Real Estate for Sale your dream home on 541-504-5393 ¹201301080 Greens, kitty corner to this flat .31 of an acre Call Nancy Popp P owell Butte. Qu i e t l ot o n t h e Ri d g e Last Lot A v ailable new Ridgeview High 541-815-8000 Country Lane. Nice 3 C ourse a t $59 9 ,000. Eag l e Available immediately, School. Crooked River Bedroom ranch-style Crest. Home ID 972 one lot with Northern MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 Realty house with a nice floor Eagle Crest Properties views on Livengood Pam Lester, Principal plan, country kitchen 866-722-3370 Way is r eady a nd B roker, Century 2 1 and nice brick fireTURN THE PAGE waiting for your cus- Gold Country Realty, place nestled on 4+ $135,000 Ex t r emely For More Ads tom man u factured Inc. 541-504-1338 acres. The property is desirable Golf Course home. Pick your own The Bulletin $40,500 - 8589 SW fenced and has a cor- lot in gated commu design! P anorama Roa d . ral, shed and shop nity at Eagle Crest! Cascade Village 1.169 acre, close to area, along with stor- Easy to build with per Homes. Bend, age rooms. The prop- f ect l o c ation a n d p asture a n d mtn . 541-388-0000 views! erty has two acres of Price! Morning sun 8 irrigation, m o u ntain beautiful views. .51 Nice flat lot in Terreb- MLS¹201105165 a nd S m it h Roc k acres! Home ID 1030 onne, .56 a c r es, Call Melody Curry 541-771-1116 views. Central loca- Eagle Crest Properties p aved s t reet, a p 360' View / Top of Butte tion commuting dis866-722-3370 proved fo r c a p -fill Crooked River Realty 30 year fixed APR 15 year fixed APR in Terrebonne. Home, tance to Bend, s eptic, utilities at l o t 4 .38 Acre v i e w l o t N orth P o w el l B u t t e shop, mansion building Prineville, and Redl ine. $42,000. M L S BLM, Cascade site. 2% to broker. See: mond. Not a bad Acreage 3 buildable, ¹ 2012001172 P a m backs & S m ith Rock http://bend.craigslist.org/ package at $289,900! rare lots. C a scade Lester, Principal Bro- mtn Purchas e price$350,000,20% down,Loanamount$280,000,30yrfixed. views. Corner lot, apreo/3777906343.html Mountain views. Quiet ker, Century 21 Gold Call Heather Hockett, proved for standard area. Call Vicci BoPC, Broker, Century Country Realty, Inc. 3 bedroom, 2 b a t h, 21 Gold Country Re- wen 541-410-9730 septic. $199,000. MLS 541-504-1338 1716 sq ft home on ¹2809381 Pam Central Oregon Realty alty, 541-420-9151 Jumbopurchaseprice/value$80tj 000-20%downI equity Ijy40tj00loanamount Offer valid asofdateofaIt restrictionsmayapply Rates/feessub~ecttochange tjn ApprovedCredit 4.45 acres. P r ivate Pronghorn Lake Site, Lester, Principal BroGroup, LLC well & l a rge shop.Single level on 1 acre, 3 Buyer must purchase ker, Century 21 Gold MLS¹201300092. bdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 1.17 acre corner lot. 3 seller's club member- Country Realty, Inc. $299,999. Pam sq.ft., master separa- bed 2 bath 2336 Sq ship at closing. Call 541-504-1338 Lester, Principal Bro- tion, office, fenced, Ft, two bonus rooms, for details! Offered at $ 47,500 - 1 3 740 S W ker, Century 21 Gold f lower garden, R V huge shop, garden $1,000. C anyon Dr . 1 . 2 2 8 Country Realty, Inc. parking. $1 4 5,000. shed, R V p a r king. Cate Cushman, a cre. B u il d you r 541-504-1338 MLS ¹ 20 1 0 07848. MLS¹201303022 Principal Broker dream home! MORTGAGE CORPORATION Pam Lester, Principal $329,900 541-480-1 884 MLS¹201105164 5 ACRES with moun- B roker, Century 2 1 John L. Scott Real www.catecushman.com tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 Call Melody Curry Gold Country Realty, Estate 541-548-1712 541-771-1116 b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , Inc. 541-504-1338 Ridge At Eagle Crest j 36x40 shop, fenced, Crooked River Realty $29,900 - View beauti$99,900 This home and propirrigated, ext. sprinful C r ooked R i v er • Cascade Mountain $74,900 - 5 acres adkler system. erty is set-up to live. Canyon walls f rom views joins public land over data source — Coyelogyc Market Typc mai n tenance your new business. • .32 to .36 acre lots $279,000. MLS Low D eschutes Riv e r . 2809225. Pam Lester, yard with very nice B uild to s u i t y o u r • Golf, pool, tennis 8 C lose to rive r . 5 41-504-1338 C e n - l andscaping, s o m e b usiness. Und e r - trails MLS¹201102328 tury 21, Gold County grass in front & back, ground power & CRR • MLS 201301147 Lou Day- Wright, fenced dog area, cov- water Realty available. Mark Valceschini, P.C., Linda Broker, 541-771-2585 ered rear deck. 14x20 MLS¹201207341 Broker, CRS, GRI Crooked River Realty $89,900 - SEPTIC, screened party room Call Nancy Popp, 541-383-4364 WATER, 30x40 with BBQ, 15x20 work 541-815-8000 $75,000 - N ic e m t n. SHOP! 1 1/4 - acre or craft shop (unf!nCrooked River views. 5.64-acres. Locul-de-sac l o cation. ished), 24x50 3 bay Realty cated in a cul-de-sac. Cascade views! 1000 shop with upper storMLS¹2609088 gal. septic, CRR wa- a ge. Home has 4 $329,00 - Incredible Linda Lou Day- Wright, MORRIS ter w/back-flow deRim golf course views b edroom, 3 bat h , Broker, 541-771-2585 REAL ESTATE vice. Shop - concrete large open living area, 3 bed, 2 bath. Shop Crooked River Realty y&p d l y o d d op d floors, windows, office or den off living and garage- A must 16x10 overhead door. room. All b u ildings see! MLS¹ 7 965 SW R i ve r R d . Casey NMI.s 189449 Jennifer NMLs 288550 Shevlins Commons MLS¹201203418 have metal r o ofs. 201302477 2.79 acres, near the Lot j $239,000 Call Nancy Popp, Call Nancy Popp, Deschutes river. Horse property, on • .25 acre lot 541-815-8000 541-815-8000 paved road. $284,900 $49,000 MLS YOu're neVer alOne When Tfje're dOing yOur lOan .. • Cascade Mountain Crooked River Realty Crooked River 201009429 MLS 201207419. view Realty Cascade Realty, Juniper Realty • Close to Shevlin Park Beautiful maintained 541-536-1731 541-504-5393 mfd home with $39,900 - 1.46 acre, flat • MLS 201301093 mountain views, easy Westside and 17 Acres building lot a d joins Don Kelleher, Broker $ 84,900 - 7 8 2 5 S W 541-480-1911 care landscaping and Custom log home with g reenbelt. Wat e r / River Road. 5 . 0 30 acres, canyon views, www.academymortgage.com garden area, freshly portico, 4 bedroom, 4 power available at painted ext. $133,900. bath, 3,381 sq ft. Ofroad. septic & power on lot. 571 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Suite 1, Bend, OR 97702 MLS 201303869 Call fered at $1,295,000. MLS¹201207930 MLS¹201300989 Gail Day, Cate Cushman, Call Nancy Popp Call Melody Curry 541-306-1018 Principal Broker 541-815-8000 MORRIS 541-771-1116 CORPORLlc.f CORP 541-480-1884 Central Oregon Realty Crooked River REAL ESTATE Crooked River CP ML-2421 NMLS ¹3113 www.catecushman.com Realty Realty Group, LLC I A p A ylyo d dOp M d custom log home on 4.9 acres. Gourmet kitchen incl u d es cherry cabinets, gran ite counters, farmer's sink and stainless ap pliances. Floor to ceil ing windows w/views of the Mtns. Hickory hardwood & tile floors.

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• 360 views from rooftop patio

541-788-0029

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RIVER FRONTLODHOMEI $589,900 • 2435 sq.ft.

GARYROSE, BROKER, MBA

• 2 bedroom, loft, 3 bath • .52 acre on Deschutes

541-588-0687 • MLS 201304266

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541-588-0687 • MLS 201304309

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541-408-1468 ODETTE ADAIR, BROKER, S.T.A.R. 541-815-4786

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CROOKED RIVERRANCH I$299,950

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• MLS 201302081

SHEVLINRIDGE I $539,000 • 3353 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 3 bath

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• MLS 201303896

NE BEND I $425,000 MARGQ DEGRAY, • 2563 sq.«. 8!pKER ABR ' • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • 2,3 acres CRS 541-480-7355 • MLS 201302287

BROKEN TOPI $465,000 IM B RQJ EANNE • 2208 sq.ft. CHENEY BRQKERS ' 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 541.390.4050 • Hardwoods 8 built-ins 88541-390-4030 • MLS 201302794

EAGLE CRESTI $387,500 SYDNE ANDERSON, BROKER , CRS,WCR CDPE,GREEN 541-420-1111

RIVER CANYONESTATESI $379,000 • 3000 sq.ft,

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TT ROB INSON BROKER

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SEBENDI $310,000

PONDER OUSPINES I $329,500 • 2137 sq.«, new construction • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Boxed5 molded ceilings

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RIDGE AT EAGLECREST I $219,900 • 1345 sq.ft. • 2 bedroom, 2 bath

• Sun Forestbuilt 541-408-1468 • MLS 201300668

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WYNDEMERE LOT I $175,000

IRGINIA ROSS, ROK ER ,ABICR E,GRI,ECO ' Pine «ees fo'P'ivacy • Near park 5 river trail ROKR E, PREVIEWS 41-480-750 • MLS 201302080

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Ca l l expanding list of broad-reach and targeted SAVE awning, (4) 6-volt crowave, Vizio TV & INSURANCE from the Z L580's EFI with n e w Michael, 541-310-9057 products. This full time position requires a batteries, plus many roof satellite, walk-in m ajor names y o u covers, electric start w/ background in consultative sales, territory more extras, never 20.5' 2004 Bayliner shower, new queen know and trust. No reverse, low miles, both smoked in, first management and aggressive prospecting skills. bed. White l e ather forms. No hassle. No excellent; with new 2009 Harley Davidson XL 205 Run About, 220 owners, $19,900. Two years of media sales experience is hide-a-bed & chair, all HP, VB, open bow, obligation. Call Trac-Pac 2-place trailer, 1200 2007, Sportspreferable, but we will train the right candidate. records, no pets or READY F O R MY drive off/on w/double tilt, ter Low. 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Harley Heritage Email your resume, cover letter tric s t art, r e v erse, $21,000. 541-388-0773. 541-385-5809 Softail, 2003 and salary history to: manuals, re c o rds, $5,000+ in extras, Orbit 21'2007, used Jay Brandt, Advertising Director new spare belt, cover, 528 14' 1982 Valco River 20.5' Seaswirl Spy$2000 paint job, RV only 8 times, A/C, jbrandt@bendbulletin.com heated hand g r ips, 30K mn 1 owner, Sled, 70 h p. , F ishCONSIGNMENTS oven, tub s hower, Loans & Mortgages der 1989 H.O. 302, or nice, fast, $999. Call For more information Finder. Older boat but micro, load leveler WANTED Tom, 541-385-7932, 285 hrs., exc. cond., drop off your resume in person at please call price includes trailer, stored indoors for We Do the Work... hitch, awning, dual WARNING 1777 SW Chandler, Bend, OR 97702; 541-385-8090 3 wheels and tires. All life $11,900 OBO. The Bulletin recom• Yamaha 750 1999 You Keep the Cash! batteries, sleeps 4-5, Or mail to PO Box 6020, Bend, OR 97708; or 209-605-5537 for $1 5 00 ! Cal l 541-379-3530 On-site credit EXCELLENT CONmends you use cauMountain Max, $1400. No phone inquiries please. 541-416-8811 DITION. All accestion when you pro- • 1994 Arctic Cat 580 approval team, web site presence. sories are included. vide personal EXT, $1000. Just bought a new boat? 15' EOE I Drug Free Workplace information to compa- • Zieman 4-place older Seaswirl, We Take Trade-Ins! $17,500 OBO. Sell your old one in the 35HP motor, cover, classifieds! Free Advertising. 541-382-9441 nies offering loans or trailer, SOLD! Ask about our credit, especially All in good condition. d epth f inder, a s BIG COUNTRY RV Super Seller rates! sorted live v e sts, Bend: 541-330-2495 ACCOUNTANT those asking for adLocated in La Pine. 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Credit, no erald green 8 black, lots Must see and hear to portable toilet, exc. problem, good equity of chrome & extras, 9K appreciate. 2012 Prowler 2009 Extreme cond. Asking $8,000. Please send cover letter and resume to: I II is all you need. Call mi, perfect cond. $9995. Award Winner. E dition. Model 2 7 0 OBO. 541-388-8339 risaksonO iscoc as.com Oregon Land Mort- Call 503-999-7356 (cell) $17,000 obo. RL, 2 slides, oppos16' gage 541-388-4200. 541-548-4807 O ld T o w n Ads published in the ing in living area, ent. B MW K100 L T 1 9 8 7 Camper C a n o e, "Boats" classification center, sep. bedroom, LOCAL MONEY:Webuy 52k miles, b r onze, HD Screaming Eagle exc. cond, $900. include: Speed, fishSouthwind 35.5' Triton, 2 new e x tra t i res, secured trust deeds & Electra Glide 2005, wind s hield, 541-312-8740 ing, drift, canoe, 2008,V10, 2 slides, Duhitch, bars, sway bar note, some hard money extra 103" motor, two tone trailer hitch, battery house and sail boats. pont UV coat, 7500 mi. loans. Call Pat Kellev included. P r o-Pack, candy teal, new tires, charger, full luggage For all other types of Bought new at 541-382-3099 ext.13. anti-theft. Good cond, to ee the best! hard bags, manuals 23K miles, CD player, 17.5' Glastron 2002, COLUMBIA STATEBANK watercraft, please see $132,913; 'til c lean. Req . hydraulic clutch, exand paperwork. Al573 Chevy eng., Volvo asking $91,000. Class 875. 4/20/15. $19 , 900. ways garaged. $3200. cellent condition. outdrive, open bow, If you are searching for a company Call 503-982-4745 Business Opportunities 541-385-5809 541-390-1122 Highest offer takes it. Don, 541-504-5989 stereo, sink/live well, where customers and employees are skslra@msn.com 541-480-8080. w/glastron tr a i ler, Business for Sale highly valued, Columbia Bank is the BMW K1200 GT, 2007, incl. boat c o v er, in Bend. place to work! We are always looking for crystal gray m etallic, RV Like new, $ 8 500. www.c21bizops.com less than 20K mi, perCONSIGNMENTS high energy and fantastic employees to 541-447-4876 541-410-9287 fect cond, large 43 liter WANTED join our customer focused Bank! box, new Michelin Winnebago Suncruiser34' We Do The Work ... Extreme Value Adver- tour Currently we have the following posiP3 tires, factory battery You Keep The Cash! tising! 29 Daily news- charger/maintainer. 2004, only 34K, loaded, tions available in our Bend, OR office: On-site credit too much to list, ext'd papers $525/25-word $14,500. 541-550-6809 Road King Classic approval team, BRANCH MANAGER c lassified 3-d a y s. Beautiful h o u seboat,warr. thru 2014, $54,900 2000 22K mi, 1550 web site presence. Dennis, 541-589-3243 Reach 3 million Pa$85,000. 541-390-4693 CRAMPED FOR • stage II EFI, SEI2 We Take Trade-Ins! cific Northwesterners. www.centraloregon If you are interested in applying for this CASH? cam, new heads/Ig Free Advertising. 18.5' '05 Reinell 185, V-6 For more information Use classified to sell houseboat.com. position or to check out other posting go valves, Revtech BIG COUNTRY RV Volvo Penta, 270HP, call (916) 288-6019 or Travel Trailers • those items you no to www.columbiabank.com digital fuel optimizer, GENERATE SOME exBend: 541-330-2495 email: low hrs., must see, citement in your neiglonger need. Samson true dual Redmond: elizabeth@cnpa.com $15,000, 541-330-3939 Call 541-385-5809 • headers, Hooker 541-548-5254 borhood. Plan a gaColumbia Bank is proud to be an for the Pacific Northmufflers, HD tourrage sale and don't Equal Opportunity Employer. west Daily Connecing seat/handlebars, forget to advertise in Serv ng Central O~egon s nce 1903 tion. (PNDC) backrests, lots of classified! 385-5809. extras, excellent cond.. $9200 obo Streamliner 30' Web Developer I Sew>ng Central Oregon s>nt:e 19IB Call for more info General Fleetwood 10' Tent 1963, good condi541-788-3004 18.5' Sea Ray 2000, 4.3L CROOK COUNTY motor trolling Travel Trailer, 2004 tion, com p lete, Are you a technical star who can also commuEMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Mercruiser, low hrs, 190 Outboard 1 queen bed, 1 reguready to go. $2000. nicate effectively with non-technical execuhp Bowrider w/depth plate, idles boat spd, lar bed + dining area 541-306-0383 tives and employees? Would you like to work finder, radio/ CD player, $45. 541-408-4528 Crook County Health Department bed; gas stovetop, hard, play hard in beautiful Bend, OR, the recrod holders, full canvas, Registered Nurse Reproductive Health2.5 cu. ft. refrigerator, reation capital of the state? Then we'd like to EZ Loader trailer, exclnt Family Planning, portable toilet, awtalk to you. Watercraft cond, $11,500. • ' iS . . T STD/HIV Coordinator ning/grass mat, BBQ, II I 707-484-3518 (Bend) $44,715- $46,758 DOE Our busy media company that publishes nuAds published in "Wa- receiver for bike carFull time w/benefits merous web and mobile sites seeks an experiVictory TC 2002, 18.7' Sea Ray Monaco, tercraft" include: Kay- rier. Original owner, 1984, 185hp, V6 Mer- aks, rafts and motor- m otivated t o se l l ! Weekend Warrior Toy Closes: June 7, 2013 at Spm enced developer who is also a forward thinker, runs great, many Cruiser, full canvas, life Hauler 28' 2007, Gen, creative problem solver, excellent communipersonal $5500. 541-389-2426 accessories, new vests, bumpers, water Ized Under the general supervision of the Nursing cator, and self-motivated professional. We are watercrafts. For fuel station, exc cond. tires, under 40K skis, swim float, extra Supervisor, this position is the Reproductive " boats" please s e e sleeps 8, black/gray redesigning all of our websites within the next prop & more. EZ Loader miles, well kept. Health/STD/HIV Coordinator and p rovides couple of years and want you in on the ground Class 870. i nterior, u se d 3X , $6500 OBO. For trailer, never in saltwater, clinical expertise to all aspects of the program floor. $19,999 firm. 41-385-5809 always garaged, very m ore i nfo. c a l l 541-389-9188 including family planning services, STD/HIV clean, all maint. records. services, and Ryan White Case Management. 541-647-4232 Fluencywith PHP, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and II $5500. 541-389-7329 The position also includes working in family JavaScript is a must. Experience integrating Fifth Wheels planning, public health preparedness, commuthird-party solutions and social media applicaFleetwood 31' Wildernicable disease and other health department tions required. Desired experience includes: n ess Gl 1 9 99 , 1 2 ' • Mo t o rhomes programs as needed. XML/JSON, MySQL, Joomla, Java, responslide, 2 4 ' aw n ing, sive web design, Rails, WordPress. Top-notch queen bed, FSC, outB lue Ox Tow Bar Requirements include: Associated Degree in skills with user interface and graphic design an side shower, E-Z lift $400. nursing or BSN preferred; experience in added plus. s tabilizer hitch, l i ke 18'Maxum skiboat,2000, 619-733-8472 Public Health preferred; hold a current Oregon new, been stored. Yamaha TTR230, 2007, inboard motor, g reat Registered Nurse Licensure; and a current Background in the media industry desired but $10,950. 707-688-4253 low hours, e l ectriccond, well maintained, Carri-Lite Luxury 2009 Oregon Driver's License. Applications and full I Jdu not required. This is a full-time position with start, 6-spd, $1800. $8995 obo. 541-350-7755 by Carriage, 4 slides, job d e s cription c a n be fou n d at benefits. If you've got what it takes, e-mail a Fleetwood Pioneer 541-593-8748 inverter, satellite sys, www.co.crook.or.us 2007 camper trailer cover letter, resume, and portfolio/work sample fireplace, 2 flat screen 18', great condition! links a n d/or re p ository ( GitHub) t o 885 TVs. $54,950 Please apply at: Sleeps 6. $8000. resume©wescompapers.com. ATVs 541-480-3923 1 8' Seaswirl 1984, Crook County Treasurer's/Tax Office Call 541-223-8259 Fleetwood D i scovery open bow, V6, en200 NE2 St., This posting is also on the web at www.bend- Polaris Ranger, 700cc 40' 2003, diesel mo'3 BB • • I Prineville, OR 97754 bulletin.com gine 8 outdrive ret 2007, very low hrs, ex torhome w/all 541-447-6554 built, extras, $2495. cellent cond, $ 8000 options-3 slide outs, . • a . 541-546-6920 EOE EOE/Drug Free Workplace 541-915-9289, La Pine. satellite, 2 TV's,W/D, Divorced male, 69, 5'9", etc. 32 000 m i les. 175, seeks female for S teamfitter A r e nticeshi 0 e n i n P lumber A r e nticeshi 0 e n i n Wintered i n h e ated friendship, companionThe Oregon SW-WA NW-CA teamfitters Joint Apprenticeship and Training The Oregon SW-WA NW-CA lumbers Joint Apprenticeship and Training Com- shop. $89,900 O.B.O. ship. Race no problem. I Committee (MA¹1071) will be open for the term June 25, 2013 through June mittee (MA¹1070) will be open for the term June 25, 2013 through June 27, 541-447-8664 had tire shop & adult Jayco Eagle 27, 2013, to seek applicants for its pool of persons eligible for selection to its 2013, to seek applicants for its pool of persons eligible for selection to its Red mond. 26.6 ft Iong, 2000 store i n Steamfitter apprenticeship program. Plumber apprenticeship program. 541-220-6330 The Apprentice in the Steamfitter Apprenticeship Program will develop skills, The Apprentice in the Plumber Apprenticeship Program will develop skills, Sleeps 6, 14-ft slide, Meet singles right now! knowledge and experience in many areas. Steamfitters train to plan, as- knowledge and experience in many areas. Plumbers train to fabricate, asawning, Eaz-Lift No paid o p erators, semble, maintain, modify, install and secure pipes, tubes, fittings, and related semble & install pipe systems of various composition used to transport solids, Q ustabilizer bars, heat just real people like equipment, according to specifications, by welding, brazing, cementing, sol- liquids and gases. They also install and repair fixtures related to pipe systems. & air, queen you. Browse greetdering, and threading joints. Critical brazing, burning and welding skills will be mastered by the apprentice. walk-around bed, Steamfitters work in all weather conditions, indoors and outdoors, and often in Plumbers work in all weather conditions, indoors and outdoors, and often in Jayco Seneca 34', 2007. ings, exchange mes28K miles, 2 slides, Duvery good condition, onfin d soaces. soace . onfin ddso soaces. ce sages and c o nnect ramax diesel, 1 owner, $10,000 obo. Oregon, SW WA, NW-CA Steamfitters Joint Apprenticeship Training~ Oregon, SW WA, NW-CA Plumbers Joint Apprenticeship Training ~ live. Try it free. Call excellent cond, $84,995; 541-595-2003 Committee recruits selects & trains ap~rentices without discrimination~ Committee recruits selects 8 trains ap~rentices without discrimination~ now: 8 7 7-955-5505. Trade? 541-546-6920 (PNDC) Who May Apply?Only the person who seeks admission to the program may yyho May Apply?Only the person who seeks admission to the program may apply. Applicants must apply in person. apply. Applicants must apply in person.

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TUALATIN - UA 290 Training Center20220 SW Teton Avenue, Tualatin OR 97062 (503) 691-1997 Tuesda June25- Thursda June27 2013-9:00AM &1:00PM Allda s EUGENE 2861 Pierce Parkway, Springfield, Oregon 97477; (541) 521-1400 uesda June 25-Thursda June 27 2013-9:00 AM & 1:00 PM Allda MEDFORD 950 Industrial Circle, White City, Oregon 97503; (541) 821-1282 uesda June 25-Thursda June 27 2013-9:00 AM & 1:00 PM Allda REDMOND 2161 SW First, Redmond, Oregon 97756; (541) 419-5128 uesda June 25-Thursda June 27 2013-9:00 AM & 1:00 PM Allda EUREKA 634 California Street, Eureka, CA 95501; (707) 496-1767 uesda June 25-Thursda June 27 2013-9:00 AM & 1:00 PM Allda

TUALATIN - UA 290 Training Center20220 SW Teton Avenue, Tualatin OR 97062 (503) 691-1997 Tuesda June25- Thursda June27 2013-9:00AM &1:00 PMAllda s EUGENE 2861 Pierce Parkway, Springfield, Oregon 97477; (541) 521-1400 uesda June25- Thursda June27 2013-9:00AM &1:00 PMAllda MEDFORD 950 Industrial Circle, White City, Oregon 97503; (541) 821-1282 uesda June 25-Thursda June 27 2013-9:00 AM & 1:00 PM Allda REDMOND 2161 SW First, Redmond, Oregon 97756; (541) 419-5128 uesda June 25-Thursda June 27 2013-9:00AM &1:00 PM Allda EUREKA 634 California Street, Eureka, CA 95501; (707) 496-1767 uesda June25- Thursda June27 2013-9:00AM &1:00 PMAllda

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1921 Model T Delivery Truck Restored & Runs $9000. 541-389-8963 1952 Ford Customline Coupe, project car, flathead V-8, 3 spd extra parts, & materials, $2000 obo. 541-410-7473

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Ford Mustang Coupe 1966, original owner, V8, automatic, great shape, $9000 OBO.

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150hp conversion, low time on air frame and engine, hangared in Bend. Excellent performance & affordable flying! $6,500.

FordGalaxie 500 1963, 2 dr. hardtop,fastback, 390 v8,auto, pwr. steer & radio (orig),541-419-4989 VW Convertible 1977, new tires & brakes, reFord Model A Coupe, built engine, newer paint, 1931. $7595. Call for $9500. 541-388-5591 details. 541-408-4416

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Chevy 2500 HD 2003 4 WD w o r k tru c k , 140,000 miles, $7000 obo. 541-408-4994.

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Sport Utility Vehicles Dodge Journey SXT Dodge Dakota 1 9 96 2009, 64,806 mi., V-6, automatic, air, ¹198909 $ 12,998 Ford T-Bird, 1966, 390 stereo, runs OK, exengine, power every- tra tries 8 rims. $1400 thing, new paint, 54K OBO. 5 4 1-385-5781 Oregors original m i les, runs or 541-337-6396 AutoSource great, excellent condi541-598-3750 tion in 8 out. Asking aaaoregonautosource.com What are you $8,500. 541-480-3179 Ford Explorer 4x4, 2002, looking for? clean, has tow pkg, low You'll find it in miles. 760-413-9546 The Bulletin Classifieds Ford Thunderbird 1955, new white soft top, tonneau cover and upholstery. New chrome. B e a utiful Car. $25,0 0 0 .

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Exterior Painting The Oregon Child Development Coalition is s eeking bids to r e paint the exterior of its Head Start Preschool in Madras, Oregon. The ap p r oximately 16,000 square f o ot building is sided with a combination of HardiePlank and HardiePanel with wood trim a nd accents. Fu l l project de s c ription and specifications will b e available a t a pre-bid meeting to be held at the site on May 29 at 10:00 am, or by contacting Rod Walker at 9 71-224-1073.

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required to p r esent them, with vouchers attached, to the undersigned A d m inist rator a t 2 5 0 NW F ranklin Ave., S t e. 402, Bend, OR 97701, within four m o nths after the date of May 11, 2013, th e f i r st publication of this notice, or the claims may be barred. Additional 971-224-1073, or i nformation may b e Charles White, o btained f ro m t h e 971-224-1071. records of the court, NON-DISCRIMINAthe Administrator, or TION: OCDC d o es t he lawyer fo r t h e Administrator, P atrinot exclude, d e ny benefits to, or other- cia Heatherman, 250 wise disc r iminate NW Franklin Ave, Ste. against any person on 402, Bend, OR 97701. the ground of race, color, national origin, FIND IT! age, sex, religion or BllY I7' disability in admission to, participation in, reSELL IT! ceipt of the services The Bulletin Classifieds and benefits of any of its programs and acPUBLIC NOTICE tivities or in employ- On April 25, 2013, an ment therein, whether was filed carried out by OCDC application with t h e Fed e r al directly or through a C ontractor o r an y Communications Commission for conother entity with whom sent to Construct a OCDC arranges to Digital Replacement carry out its programs television t r a nslator and activities. station at S u nriver, LEGAL NOTICE O regon, b y T h r e e TO INTERESTED Sisters Broadcasting, PERSONS LLC . Three Sisters W illiam Felton h a s plans to operate the been appointed AdStation on Channel 26 ministrator of the eswith an effective raditate of Cheri Yvonne ated power of .66 kW Lovett, deceased, by from a transmitter site the C i r cuit C o u r t, located at Springriver State of Oregon, Des- Butte. Three Sisters chutes County, Case plans to rebroadcast N o. 13PB0043. A l l the sig n a l of persons having claims KOHD-TV, C h annel against the estate are 51, Bend, Oregon.


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A Westerner learns 'AMC 'PG' house-owner. baron in 1870sNewMexico. « the ways ofthesamurai in the 1870s.acc *ANPL Gator Boys: Xtra Bites n 'PG' cc Gator Boys: Xtra Bites rt 'PG' « Gato r Boys Alligator Face-Off vt 'PG' River Monsters: Unhooked '14' cc River Monsters: Unhooked 'PG' cc River Monsters: Unhooked 'PG' cc BRAVO Housewives lNJ The RealHousewivesofNew Jersey'14 WatchWhatHappens:Live The Real Housewives of NewJersey The Real Housewives of NewJersey The Real Housewives of NewJersey Reba 'PG' cc Reb a 'PG' cc Reba 'PG' cc Reb a 'PG' cc Reba 'PG' cc Reba 'PG' cc Reba 'PG' cc Reba 'PG' cc CMT (11:30) Hot 20Countdown CelebrateMemorial Day.(N) rt 'PG' « CNBC Like NewCarpet Sexy Abs 'G Get Sub D Live Longer! 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FAM (11:00) ** "Pirates oithe Caribbean: AtWorld's End" (2007)JohnnyDepp, Orlando Bloom FNC America's NewsHeadquarters (N) CavutolBusiness Cashin' In (N) The Five (N) America's NewsHeadquarters (N) F O X Report (N) Huckabee(N) 'FOOD Chopped AmazingAmateurs 'G Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Restaurant: Impossible 'G Restaurant Stakeout 'G Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives 'G' Giving You the Business 'G' ** "The Proposal(2009) " SandraBullock, RyanReynolds. A womanpretends to beengaged to evadedeportation FX (11:30) ** "WhatWomenWant" (2000) Mel Gibson, HelenHunt. 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MTV (11:00) *** "8Mile"(2002)Eminem,Kim Basinger. n The Show With (2:13) Girl Code n '14 (2:46) Girl Code (3:18) Girl Code Mind Right Mind Right Mind Right Mind Right NICK Monsters, Alien Sanjay and Craig Power Rangers SpongeBob SpongeBob O d d Parents Odd Parents O d d Parents Odd Parents S a njay and Craig Monsters, Alien Monsters, Alien lyanla, Fix My Life n 'PG' cc lyanla, Fix My Life n 'PG' « lyanla, Fix My Life n 'PG' cc lyanla, Fix My Life n '14' « lyanla, Fix My Life n '14' s«s OWN lyanla, Fix My Life n '14' cc PAC12 College Rowing Men's Basketball College Baseball WashingtonStateat OregonState (N) (Live) College Baseball ArizonaState at Washington (N)(Live) SPIKE Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares (2:15) Tattoo Nightmares '14' cc Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares Tattoo Nightmares Star Wars Ep.I f SYFY (11:00) * "Pandorum"(2009)DennisQuaid. « * Red Planet" (2000) Val Kilmer. 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Daniel Tiger S i d the Science WordWorld Ba r ney, Friends The Jeff Probst Show KGW House of Payne House of Payne TheSteveW ilkosShow The JeremyKyleShow The WendyWilliams Show TVZDT2 Newsline Sit and Be Fit Sew With Nancy Love of Quilting Oil Painting Joy/Painting Second Opinion The Piano Guy Time Goes By Last of the Wine Yoga Stretches It's Sew Easy Knit-Crochet Paint This.Jerry Beads, Baubles Garden Home Curiosity Quest Outnumbered OPBPL 175 173 Memorial Day Sit and Be Fit Sewing Room Knitting Daily Painting Scrapbook Soup Victory Garden American Land New Tricks Th Heartland Yoga Stretches Sew It All Quilting Arts Paint This.Jerry Everyday Edis Garden Home NY Originals Outnumbered Time Goes By Sit and Be Fit Sew With Nancy Quilt in a Day Color World Joy/Painting This Old House The Visionaries Last of the Wine F Paid Program Insanity! 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Premiere. « (:15) *** The GreenBerets 'AMC 102 40 39 Paid Program Paid Program ThreeStooges ** High Crimes2002,SuspenseAshleyJudd,MorganFreeman,Jim Caviezel.« W Paid Program Th Three Stooges ** The Poseidon Adventure1972GeneHackman, Ernest Borgnine.Aa F Debby Boone **** The Great Escape1963,WarSteveMcQueen,James Garner, RichardAttenborough Orangutan Isle Chimp Eden Big Cat Diary Big Cat Diary Meerkat Manor Meerkat Manor To Be Announced To Be Announced Animal CopsHouston ANPL 68 50 26 38 Inside the Actors Studio Inside the Actors Studio Inside the Actors Studio Housewives N e wlyweds: The First Year Newlyweds: TheFirst Year T M Inside the Actors Studio Married to Medicine Married to Medicine The RealHousewives of Atlanta W Inside the Actors Studio Inside the Actors Studio Inside the Actors Studio Inside the Actors Studio Inside the Actors Studio BRAVO 137 44 Inside the Actors Studio Don't-Tardy D o n't-Tardy T Million Dollar Listing NewYork Million Dollar Listing NewYork Million Dollar Listing NewYork Tabatha TakesOver Tabatha TakesOver W atch What Happens:Live CMT Music CMT Music CMT Music CMT Music Va r ied Programs CMT Music Va r ied Programs CMT Music Varied Programs CMT 90 32 42 53 Squawk on theStreet Varied Programs Fast MoneyHalftime Report Power Lunch Street Signs CNBC 54 36 40 52 CNN 55 38 35 48 CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Around the World CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Relieve pain Paid Program Insanity! 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Anestranged dadposes asa nanny to bewith his children. n FastMoney Varied Programs MadMoney The Kudlow Report Varied Programs The Situation Room Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper360 South Park (:24) South Park South Park (: 2 3) South Park South Park (:23) SouthPark South Park (:23) SouthPark (1:52) Tosh.0 (:22) *** Wedding Daze 2006Jason Biggs, Isla Fisher. « (:25) Futurama (4:56) Futurama Always Sunny South Park (:21) ** Soul Men2008Samuel L. Jackson, Bernie Mac. « (:24) Futurama (4:55) Futurama Always Sunny Chappelle Show (:35) * Date Movie2006 Alyson Hannigan, AdamCampbell. 6« 6 (:22) Futurama (4:53) Futurama Always Sunny (:15) * Good Luck Chuck2007 DaneCook. Acursed dentist cannot find truelove. cc (:18) Futurama (4:49) Futurama Always Sunny Paid Program Paid Program Extreme Desire Adv Journal G e t Outdoors Visions of NW City Edition Paid Program Public Affairs Capitol Hill Hearing Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Phineas, Ferb Shake It Up! Jessie Austin & Ally Gravity Falls Dog With a Blog Phineas, Ferb Good-Charlie G ood-Charlie G ood-Charlie Austin I Ally A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm ** High School Musical 2006ZacEfron, Ashley Tisdale. n « Jessie Jessie Jessie ** High School Musical 22007, MusicalComedyZac Efron. n « Good-Charhe Good-Charhe Good-Charlie ** High School Musical 3: Senior Year2008 ZacEfron. n cc A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Tuna Wranglers Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch 'DISC 15621 16 37 W Alaska: Most Extreme Raw Alaska Monsters and Mysteries in Alaska BermudaTriangle Exposed Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch Property Wars Property Wars Buying Alaska Buying Alaska T Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Sons of Guns *** Juno2007,Comedy-DramaEllenPage,MichaelCera * The Back-up Plan2010Jennifer Lopez The Soup Nic k Cannon's Surprise Big Holly Has aBaby A-List Listings The Soup Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City ** Maid in Manhattan 2002 *Fl * INow PronounceYouChuckand Larry2007Adam Sandler,KevinJames RyanSeacrest Selena Gomez Nick Cannon's BigSurprise 136 25 W E! 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Farm'G ' Dog With a Blog ** "High SchoolMusical" (2006, MusicalComedy)ZacEfron. n 'G' « Dog With a Blog Good-Charlie Shake It Up! 'G' A.N.T. Farm 'G *DISC Deadliest Catch n '14' cc Deadliest Catch Judgement Day'14' Deadliest Catch: On Deck(N) n '14' Deadliest Catch GoodbyeJake '14' Backyard Oil 'PG' Backyard Oil Deadliest CatchGoodbyeJake '14 *E! (5:00) ** "MaidinManhattan" E! News(N) Kardashians Interview Ryan Seacrest Bigger, Badder Celebrity Feuds '14' Chelsea Lately (N) E! 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'PG Wife Swap n 'PG' « Wife SwapSpolanskylBradley n 'PG' ExtremeMomsCall; Guzman(N) 'PG' Extreme MomsPresta; Laboy'14' (11:01) Wife Swap n 'PG' « MSNBC The RachelMaddowShow (N) The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes The Rachel MaddowShow The Last Word Hardball With Chris Matthews cc MTV Mind Right Friendzone 'PG Teen Wolf n 'PG' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code (N) '14 Awkward. (N)'14' (10:31) Girl Code Ke$ha: My Crazy Awkward. n '14 NICK SpongeBob Sp o ngeBob SpongeBob Dra ke & Josh 'Y7'Fuff House n 'G' Full House n 'G' Fuff House n 'G' Fuff House n 'G TheNanny'PG' The Nanny'PG' Friends n 'PG' (11:33) Friends Oprah's Next Chapter n '14' « Oprah's Next ChapterTyler Perry.'14' The Haves andthe HaveNots 'PG' The Havesand the HaveNots 'PG' O p rah's Next Chapter Tyler Perry. '14 OWN Oprah's Next Chapter n '14' Pac-12 Football Encore Pac-12 Football Encore PAC12 College Baseball WashingtonState at OregonState SPIKE Ink Master Better Than Words? 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