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Bend City Manager Eric King told city councilors and other officials Friday that the city budget has stabilized after a tumultuous five-year period since the start of the recession.

During that time, the city reduced itst s affby nearly 20 percent, or about 110 jobs, through a combination of layoffs and attrition, King said. "I thinkthe good news is the city is well-positioned financially," King said. The city spent

the last five years building its reserve accounts and evaluating its infrastructure needs. "It's nice to come here, head held high, a little different from years past in that we're not in that free fall we had been." Yet although the budget

forecast is calmer than in recent years, city officials still face many long-term budget problems, and the city might have tofurther reduce services in some departments. King asked the budget committee members andcity councilors

Friday for direction on how to structure the 2013-15 budget. The City Council and budget committee members said they want city workers to prepare a budget that does as much as possible to prevent service reductions in the Police Department, Fire Department and street maintenance program. See Budget/A8

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A Phntn Stnrif —Central Oregonians pitched in for a day

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A Sunriver legend — Jim Ramey is retiring as perhaps the most respected golf superintendent in Central Oregon history.C1

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At the drive-in —Thetransition to digital projection is threatening to put many drivein theaters out of business.CS

ln national news —A federal appeals court rejects President Obama's appointments to the labor board.A2

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Beinggay nowess of a novety in Congress By Jeremy W.Peters New York Times News Service

WASHINGTON — When Mark Takano ran unsuccessfully for Congress twice in the early 1990s in California, his opponents tried to smear him as a "homosexual liberal" and a "nutzoid." One of them even had pink fliers printed that asked, "A congressman for Riverside ... Or San Francisco?" When he ran again last year, he won by almost 20 points. "Flash forward 18 years," Takano said recently, "and the very macho building tradesmen are behind me. I'm getting pictures with them in their hard hats." For decades, the words

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Jared Bowling, 4, plays at a sensory table in Blake Langleiers' early childhood development preschool classroom at the Alyce Hatch Center in Bend. The class, with seven students and five adults, is part of the High Desert Education Service District's programs for children with special needs.

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core service region covers Deschutes and Crook counties, but it

also provides services to Jefferson and outlying counties. The

programs, geared toward kids or the school districts

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Sherman Attorney services, career andtechnical education

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In Central Oregon school districts, employees of the High Desert Education Service District help students with a variety of circumstances. They work with special needs children who have learning challenges such as autism. They help children with physical needs get the right equipment, whether it's a grip to better hold a pencil or high-tech software to allow visually impaired students to read lessons.They offer early childhood special education classes for preschoolchildren to prepare them for the classroom. The state funding of and role of education service districts await discussion in the upcoming legislative session. There is no shortage of ideas about education service districts, both in funding and the role they play in regional education planning. The High Desert ESD is one of 19 education service districts in Oregon. The primary aim of ESDs is to provide services and programs to school districts on a regional scale that would be difficult or more expensive for a school district to do on its own. Gov. John Kitzhaber's budget proposal calls for taking $120 million from the state funding for education service districts in the next biennium and investing that money into six regional centers that would train teachers. That would be a 28 percent funding cut for education service districts. For the High Desert ESD, it would amount to a cut of $4.9 million in funding for those services for the 20132015 biennium. That reduction would impact the services provided to the most vulnerable populations, said John Rexford, superintendent of the High Desert ESD. The bulk of ESD funding for school services — 65percent — goes to education programs for special needs children. Education service districts also provide other services, such as technology and attorneys. "When people don't know a lot about us, they assume we'rejust another bureaucratic layer, and I think that's a misperception," said Paul Andrews, deputy superintendent of the High Desert ESD. By law, schools must provide the services to special education students, regardless of what is provided by the ESDs. SeeDistricts/A4

"gay" and "Congress"

were usually seen together only in stories of scandal and shame: an arrest after an illicit proposition in an airport bathroom, accusations of trawling for sex on a phone service. When Gerry Studds came out 30 years ago, the first congressman to do so, it was only after an affair with a 17-year-old congressional page was revealed. But in the 113th Congress there are six openly gay and bisexual members in the House — a small but tangible sign that their presence at the highest levels of government is no longer something only whispered about. SeeGay/A4

Havana's hippesthangout,Sloppy joe's,isback By Peter Orsi The Associated Press

HAVANA — A half-century later, Jose Rafa Malem remembers the balmy breezes blowing through the bar's arching porticos, the grain of the tall wood stools, the whiff of Pedro Domecq brandy on his father's

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breath. And how could he forget the tangy ground-beef-andtomato-sauce sandwiches synonymous with what was then one of Havana's hippest hangouts, playfully dubbed Sloppy Joe's? "I ate so many, I got tired of them," said Rafa, a 59-year-old Havana native

who grew up to become a bartender. Soon, Rafa will be able to relive those boyhood memo-

thirsty celebrities such as Rock Hudson, Babe Ruth and Ernest Hemingway. It's part of an ambitious revitalization project by the Havana City Historian's Office, which since the 1990s has transformed blockafter block of crumbling ruins into rehabilitated buildings

along vibrant cobblestone streets. The efforthas helped finance Cuba's socialist present by drawing tourists fascinated by its pre-socialist past, from colonial palaces of the 18th century to celebrity hangouts of the 1950s.

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outside the presidential palace in Cairo's Heliopolis district. "What can possibly happen to us? Will we die? That's fine, because then I will be with God as a martyr. Many have died before us and even if we don't see change, future generations will." The opposition's immediate goal was a show of strength to force Morsi to amend the country's new c o nstitution, ratified in a national referendum last month despite objections that it failed to guarantee individual freedoms. More broadly, the protests display the extent of public anger toward the Muslim Brotherhood, w h i c h op p onents accuse of acting unilaterally rather than creating a broadbased democracy. During his six months in office, Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected and civilian president, has faced the worst crises since Mubarak's ouster — divisions that have left the nation scarred and in disarray.

the kingdom's already-cramped refugeecamp to65,000. More than 30,000 people arrived in Zaatari in January — 6,000 in the past two days alone, the U.N.said.

Former CIA officer sentenced —Aformer CIAofficer was sentenced Friday to 30 months in federal prison for disclosing classified information to journalists. John Kiriakou, a 14-year CIA veteran,

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possible public announcement. Chamdliss to retire —Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., one of the Republicans most vulnerable to aconservative primary challenge, said Friday that he will retire in 2014 rather than seek a third term. Chambliss said in a statement that he was confident he would have

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SmartPhotteS —A newrule goes into effect that makes it illegal to unlock a smartphone without permission from the

original carrier. Unlocking a smartphone enables auser to use that phone on a different

carrier's network.

Facebook, Twitter, Second Life and other social media websites are fertile ground for collection agencies looking for debtors. The laws governing such actions are unclear and court cases have solved

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HISTORY Highlight:In1788, the first European settlers in Australia, led by Capt. Arthur Phillip,

landed in present-day Sydney. In1784, in a letter to his daughter Sally, Benjamin

Franklin expressed unhappiness over the choice of the ea-

gle as the symbol of America, and stated his own preference: the turkey.

In1837, Michigan becamethe 26th state. In1870, Virginia rejoined the Union. In1939, during the Spanish Civil War, rebel forces led by

Gen. Francisco Francocaptured Barcelona. In 1942, the first American Expeditionary Force to go to Europe during World War II arrived in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1950, India officially proclaimed itself a republic as

Rajendra Prasad took the oath of office as president. In1962, the United States launched Ranger 3 to land scientific instruments on the

moon — but the probeended up missing its target by more than 22,000 miles. Charles

"Lucky" Luciano, a leading Mafia figure in the U.S., died in Naples, Italy, at age 64. In1973, actor Edward G.

RobinsondiedinLosAngeles at age 79. In1979, former Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller died in New Yorkatage70. In1988, Australians celebrated

the 200th anniversary of their country as a grand paradeof tall ships re-enacted the voy-

age of the first Europeansettlers. The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "Phantom of the

Opera" opened atBroadway's

Majestic Theater. In 1993, Vaclav Havel was elected president of the newly formed Czech Republic. In1998, President Bill Clinton

forcefully denied having anaffair with a former White House intern, telling reporters, "I did

not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky."

Ten years ago:Secretary of State Colin Powell, citing lraq's

lack of cooperation with U.N. inspectors, said he'd lost faith in the inspectors' ability to

conduct a definitive search for banned weapons programs. Five yearsago:Barack Obama routed Hillary Clinton in the

South Carolina primary. Maria Sharapova wontheAustralian Open, beating Ana Ivanovic 7-5, 6-3 for her third Grand

Slam singles title. Radical PLO leader GeorgeHabashdied in Amman, Jordan, atage 81. One yearago:The Pentagon outlined a planfor slowing the growth of military spending, including cutting the size of the

Armyand MarineCorps, retiring older planes and trimming war

costs.

BIRTHDAYS Actress Anne Jeffreys is 90.

Actress Joan Leslie is 88. Cartoonist Jules Feiffer is 84.

Sportscaster-actor Bob Uecker is 78. Actor Scott Glenn is 74. Singer Jean Knight is 70. Activist Angela Davis is 69.

Rock musician Corky Laing (Mountain) is 65. Actor David Strathairn is 64. Alt-country

singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams is 60. Rock singermusician Eddie Van Halen is

58.Reggae musicianNorman Hassan (UB40) is 55. Actresscomedian-talk show host Ellen

DeGeneres is 55. HockeyHallof-Famer Wayne Gretzky is 52. Musician Andrew Ridgeley is

50. Rhythm-and-blues singer Jazzie B. (Soul II Soul) is 50. Actor Paul Johansson is 49.

Rock musician Chris Hesse (Hoobastank) is 39. — From wire reports

little, but at least two federal agencies are considering new regulations to rein in the collectors. By Carter Dougherty Bloornberg News

WASHINGTON — Kathryn Haralson had already fielded calls from debt collectors at her home and w ork. They even phoned her daughter at

college. So when H a r alson, 4 7, logged into her Facebook account one day, she was surprised by an unwelcome inbox message: a request to call "Mr. Rice" about her debt. "It's not like they needed to go on Facebook tofind me," Haralson said. "I was in contact with them all the time. That crossed the line." Federal regulators c ould wind up agreeing with Haralson as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Federal Trade C ommission weigh new restrictions on how debt collectors may use social media websites like those run by Facebook and Twitter to contact potential debtors. The rule is one of a series of actions contemplated by U .S. regulators in 2 0 D a s they impose comprehensive federal oversight for the first time over the debt collection industry, w h ic h g e n erated 180,000 consumer complaints to the FTC in 2011. In the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, the CFPB gained new powers over debt collectors that no other federal

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Facebook employees gather in front of "The Facebook Wall" — a space analogous to the Facebook website's original profile page, where friends posted messages for one another — at the Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters. Debt collectors, too, are increasingly sending messages to users of social media sites like Facebook — and federal regulators are taking notice. on Jan. 22 asked for public comment about proposed supervisory guidance to banks on social media. Debt collectors' use of these media "may violate the restrictions on contacting consumers" imposed by current law.

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The request said a broad swath of social media could be affected by the guidance, including Google Plus, Twitter, Yelp's business review site and agency ever had. Linkedln. It could also cover Richard Cordray, the CFPB Second Life, a site owned by director, has made debt collec- closely held Linden Research tion a priority for the agency where users create virtual because about 30 million con- identities and c ommunities, sumers — "nearly one out of and online g ames created every 10 Americans" — have by Zynga, according to the accounts in collection totaling request. $1,500 on average, he said in The CFPB, which shares an Oct. 24 speech. jurisdiction over debt collec"We will be using both our tion with the FTC, will begin supervision authority and our taking complaints about the enforcement authority to over- industry in the second quarter see the market and go after of this year, according to two bad actors who flout the law," people briefed on its plans. Cordray said. The CFPB complaint system, required by Dodd-Frank, Debt buyers face oversight links federal regulators with Regulations would a f fect the companies in order to find credit card issuers like Capi- solutions for consumers. Coltal One Financial Corp. and lecting complaints would also JPMorgan Chase, who also let the bureau amass data on face supervision over how they the industry as a prelude to ishandle debtors. The CFPB suing proposals for regulation sent a signal of its intent in later in the year, the people October when it announced a briefed on its plans said. $112.5 million settlement with The CFPB's supervisory American Express Co., partly authority covers about 175 over claims ofimproper debt- debt collectors that account collection practices. for more than 60 percentof At the same time, debt buy- the industry's annual receipts, ers like Portfolio Recovery As- Cordray said. sociates Inc., Encore Capital The consumer agency may Group Inc. and Asta Funding also take enforcement action Inc. are also facing the firstagainst th e d e bt-collection ever federal oversight of their industry, something the FTC business. The CFPB approved does regularly. The bureau a rule on supervision that took has already issued civil inveseffect Jan. 2. tigative demands for d ocu"As a company that engages ments, a step that can lead to in debt collection, we need e nforcement p enalties, a c to be prepared for the heavy cording to two people briefed o versight t ha t C F P B w i l l on its work. bring," Asta wrote in a Jan. 18 Richard Fischer, an attorregulatory filing. ney with the law firm MorriThe ac c o unts-receivable son 8 Foerster in Washington i ndustry h a d r e v enues o f who has represented card is$17 billion in 2011, according to suers,called the Amex case a Kaulkin Ginsberg, a Rockville, "Miranda warning" to similar Md.-based consulting firm. In companies about the bureau's addition to debt collectors, the intentions on behalf of conindustry includes debt buyers, sumers — alluding to the Miwho purchase written-off debt randa warning specifying a from creditorssuch as credit citizen's rights during interaccard issuers. Debt collectors tions with the police. can be independent agents,

tactics employees of buyers or mem- Deceptive bers of law firms. Mark Schiffman, a spokesman for ACA I nternational, a debt collection trade association, said the group has discouraged the use of social media byits members because the law is unclear, and court cases have notclarified how Facebook, Twitter and other sites can be used legally. "We tell them to avoid" social media, Schiffman said in an interview. "The rules on it are not clear." A body of bank regulators, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council,

In the settlement, Amex agreed to pay $112.5 million in restitution and penalties to settle claims by r e gulators that it violated consumer safeguards from marketing to collections in products sold to about 250,000 customers. In the case, Fischer noted, CFPB aimed at the company's practice of trying to collect old debt by falsely implying that reports of payments would improve customers' creditscores. Amex also deceived some customers into settlement offers that despite promises didn't wipe out their debt.

A joint CFPB-FTC working group on debt collection is examining how the government should regulate the industry, according to David Vladeck, until recentlythe directorof the FTC's bureau of consumer protection. The underlying law, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, dates from 1978. At that time, the d e bt-buying i n d ustry, which purchases charged-off debt at a discount and attempts to collect it, barely existed. "Either C o ngress n e eds to modernize the statute or CFPB needs to interpret the

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Continued from A1 "For the people of this city, I think it's very interesting and very important to r escue a place that has so much history and is so recognized around the world," said Ernesto Iznaga, manager of the born-again Joe's, which will be run by state-owned tourism concern Habaguanex. "To restoreit to how it was before."

A favorite with the Yanks Sloppy Joe's was founded in 1918 by a Galician immigrant named Jose Abeal Otero who purchased a g r ocery store in Old Havana after years of tending bar in New Orleans and Miami. Legend has it the s obriquet comes f ro m t h e place's grubbiness and Abeal's American nickname,Joe. Rafa's father was a close friend of longtime bartender Fabio Delgado and took his boy there on Sunday afternoons beginning in the late '50s. During the day, Rafa said, Joe's was a mellow family joint where kids slurped ice cream and Coca-Cola while mom and dad chatted over more potent spirits. E mployees m ad e s a n d wiches to order behind the black mahogany bar, polished to a high shine and purportedly once the longest in Latin America at about 59 feet. A fter d a r k , t he p la c e filled up with Americans on vacation. Abeal's affable personality and familiarity with English from his years in the States helped make Joe's a favorite among tipsy Yanks as far back as the Prohibition era of 1920-33, along with the nearby El Floridita bar, the reputed birthplace of the daiquiri cocktail, and L a B o deguita del Medio, home of the minty, rum-infused mojito. As much as any other place in Havana, Joe's exemplified the island's lure as a p l ayground for Americans. "No Havana resident ever went to Sloppy Joe's," novelist Graham Greene wrote in his 1958 spy-farce "Our Man in Havana," "because it was the rendezvous oftourists."

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American novelist Ernest Hemingway, left, speaks with actors Aiec Guinness, center, and Noel Coward in Sloppy Joe's Bar during the making of Sir Carol Reed's film version of "Our Man in Havana." Sloppy Joe's will be reopened in February by the state-owned

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they apparently originated as an Abeal family recipe, though on barstools alongside white- others have also claimed they g loved ladies. Many w e r e invented them. wealthy, famous and looking Also on the menu will be for a good time. the Errol Flynn, an icy vodka Frank Sinatra. Ava Gardner. and tomato-juice concoction Nat King Cole. The list of pa- garnishedwith a celery spear. trons reads like a Who's Who Among the few changes is from Hollywood's Golden Age. that the new bar will be airRafa said his own b r ushes conditioned for the comfort of with celebrity included Boston sweaty patrons. Red Sox slugger Ted Williams A piece of history and Cuban crooner Benny More. Swashbuckling actor At the intersection of Animas Errol Flynn, who reportedly and Zulueta streets on a recent got in a fistfight at the bar with morning, dozens of workers an overly admiring fan, was buzzed about painting and finenough of a regular that Joe's ishingthe bar'swood surfaces. named a cocktail for him. A Sloppy Joe's sign hung from the building's corner, wrapped Restoration in plastic and ready to be unOwnership later passed to veiled for opening day. another "Joe," Jose Garcia. C onstruction setb a c ks But last call came in 1965 have delayed the reopening as Fidel Castro's communist from Iznaga's original target government was nationalizing around New Year's, and the nearly all private businesses, first fingers of Havana Club and Joe's has been shuttered rum will likely flow sometime fornearly five decades. in February. When restoration work beAcross the Florida Straits, gan in 2010, laborers discov- where rum-runner and speakered that the wood floors, rot- easy operator Jo e R u ssell ten from humidity and years named his own bar Sloppy of neglect, had collapsed into Joe's in the 1930s at the sugthe basement. The wooden gestion of his friend Ernest bar, meanwhile, had splintered H emingway, operators a r e into three pieces. delighted that the original is "It was in r u i ns," Iznaga being reborn. "It's exciting because obvisa>d. He and his crew have spent ously our history is tied into two years bringing the water- their history," said Donna Eding hole back to life. To keep wards, brand manager at the Joe's as faithful to the original Key West Joe's, which recentWhere celebrities gather as possible, they've examined ly celebrated 75 years at its It was a s t ylish clientele historic photos and talked to current location. "Hemingway compared with the f l ip-flop old-timers like Rafa who reand Russell, they would frea nd tank-top tourists w h o member the way it was. quent Sloppy Joe's when they swarm Cuba and other CaMessy ground-beef sand- were in Havana. It's a piece of ribbean islands today. One il- wiches will be o n th e new history, and our history is now lustrated color postcard from menu, naturally. Iznaga said coming to life again."

Gay Continued from A1 The Senate has it s f i r st lesbian, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin. The l awmakers' partners,no longer relegated to the shadows or introduced generically as "friends," stood beside them on the House floor when they were sworn in this month. Their adopted children are attending congressional retreats. And this week they sat in President Barack O b ama's presence as he i nsisted on equality for "our gay brothers and sisters," words few of them ever expected to hear in a p r e sident's inaugural address.

A slow transition Yet even with the opportunities gay men, lesbians and bisexuals say their membership in C o ngress presents, their reception has not been a completely warm one. One of the first acts of the Republican-controlled House was to set aside funds to defend the 1996 law that prohibits the recognition of same-sex marriages because the Obama administration has s topped supporting it. And not everyone seems completely comfortable with their presence, like members of a Christian prayer group who seemed taken aback at a recent congressional retreat when one noted he was married to a man. But in some ways the most telling sign of the gay lawmakers' advancement in Congress is the fact that their presence is now a little more routine. "It's becoming — ever so slowly — more than a novelty to be a gay member of Congress," said Rep. David Cicilline of Rhode Island. Like all the openly gay, lesbian and bisexual members, Cicilline is a Democrat. Rep. Jared Polis of Colorado observed that it was not t oo long ago "when it w a s just Barney and Tammy." He was referring to Baldwin, a member of theHouse before

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she was elected to the Senate, and Barney Frank of Massachusetts, who retired but was the first member of Congress t o speak openly about h i s homosexuality. "But with six of us" in the House, "it's harder to keep track. And it's always going to be assumed that there are gays and lesbians in the room," added Polis, who has a young son with his partner and is the most senior gay member of the House. Together the six of them will lead a caucus that will champion gay rights and other equal protection issues. The other members will be Cicilline; Takano of California; Sean Patrick Maloney of New York; Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, who is bisexual; and Mark Pocan of Wisconsin. Pocan was elected to fi ll Baldwin's House seat. In the last Congress, there were four openly gay or lesbian House m embers and none i n t h e Senate. The retirement of Frank, long the dominant voice on gay rights in Congress, also opens the door to some of the newer, fresher faces to take more visible and influential roles. " Barney Frank, w h o we all know and love, is one of those larger-than-life personalities," Polis said. "But certainly the way I'd approach this is in a much more collaborative manner."

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By trimming ESD b u d- not to use ESD services, the gets, the governor's proposal state funding for those serContinued from A1 would impact school districts vices would go the school disThat means cutting th e b e c ausetheystillneedtopro- trict for any use. That recomdollars amounts to a cut in v i d e the services for students, mendation calls for phasing funding for services that go K n o pp said. in the change by the 2015-16 "If the funding were on top school year. directly to students, Rexford said. of that basic level, that would In a Friday memo to staff, "I think a lot of what the b e OK," he said. "In this situ- Rexford said that approach governor has in mind makes a t i on, it's not, so I would op- would create a "free-mara lotof sense,"Rexford said. p o s e th e d i version of t h e ket approach t o r e g ional "We just have to make sure f u n ds." services." we don't rob Peter to pa y The E S D has 215 employ- "Our ability to deliver value Paul." ees, or the equiv- for all our customers will beBen C a nnon, alent of 183 full- come even more important," the go v ernor's "I think a lpt time staff. Rexford wrote. education policy pf W Qgt ti18 A bout twoThe task force does give adviser, stressed t hirds w or k i n recommendations for setting ~p<<mp< i >S that th e g o ver- + special e d u c a- up centers to train and supnor's office is IA m l A d m B k BS ti o n for students port teachers that Kitzhaber open to o t her g / p $pf Sgf1Sg i n kind e rgarten wants to fund. To provide for ideas for the fundthrough 12th the centersfor teachers, the ~ ~t ing source for the grade and early Oregon Department of Edueducator training tp ma k e Sure c hild h ood a n d cation would contract with centers. intervention pro- providers after advertising We dpn'~ rpb e p urpose p t grams or young for proposals. ho P@ of th e b u dget s ters not yet i n Those providers, in turn, proposal w a s P BU I . kindergarten. would need to partner with twofold, Cannon Those services E SDs, colleges and K - 12 — John Rexford, for said. One of the pre s chool schools. superintendent, chiMren offer goals is funding The task force also calls HighDesert therapy and incenters that will for education service districts Educatlon Servlce struction that ad invest in teacher to play a lead role in crafting District dress needs such regional achievement comeffectiveness and the other is as cerebral palsy, pacts. Those compacts, with to kick-start the hearing and vi input from schools and comconversation about how t o si o n i m pairments and com- m unities within t h e E S D, accomplish that task, he said. m u n ication challenges. would outline how the region "The source of this wasn't "What we are set up to do will do its part toward boostabout cutting ESDs," Cannon i s ... those activities that pro- ing student achievement and said. vide efficiencies for school reaching the state's 40/40/20 Locally, the High Desert d i s t rictsthatbecauseofecon- goals. Those goals say that by ESD will watch the situation o m i es of scale may not make 2025, 40 percent of adults will unfold as legislators get to s e n se for a school districts to have a bachelor's degree or work. Noting the potential for d o alone," Andrews said. higher, 40 percent will have other options to emerge, Rexan associate degree or other ford said it would be premapost-secondary c r e dential, ture to craft a detailed plan Sep a r ately, the state's Edu- and 20 percent will have a for cuts based solely on the c a t ion Service District Task high school diploma or its governor's proposal. Force released a list of rec- equivalent. "We're not spending a lot ommendations for ESDs this Those 40/40/20 goals are of energy with a worst-case w e ek. The task force, started tied, as well, to the effort scenario," he said. "We just b y C h ief Education Officer to start centers devoted to know that what we spend Rudy Crew and Deputy Su- teachertraining and profesm oney on is service to spe- p e r i ntendent of P u blic I n - sional development. cial needs children, and un- s t r u ction Rob Saxton, was The budget proposal aside, der any large scenario like focusedonthebroaderstruc- the task force's work in lookthat, those services would be t u r a l system of the districts ing at ESDs and how to poimpacted." and how they provide servic- tentially improve them is a State Sen. Ti m K n o pp , e s in the long term. good exercise, Cannon said. R-Bend, said i nvesting i n The r ecom m endations "Everything in that report centers that equip teachers a r en't at odds with the gover- is geared to providing highis laudable if there's an addi- n o r 's budget proposal, nor do quality services at a better tional source of funding that t h e y directly support it. price," Cannon said. doesn't pare back existing Un de r o n e r ecommenda— Reporter: 541-977-7185, education spending. tion, if a school district chose bbotkin@bendbulletin.com

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taining and expanding." They provide a presence in isolated areas where building brickand-mortar s t ations w o uld have been impractical. There are two of them in Mingas, and kept on going. New Mexico, on the eastern "I wonder what he has un- a nd western flanks of t h e der that wood," Algarate Mar- Bootheel. C am p Ra m sey, tinez mumbled. where Algarate Martinez is The path to the Mingas gate sometimes stationed, opened is a circuitous and sorry dirt in 2009. Camp Garza opened trail o f u n p redictable dan- in November — the ripple efgers — brought by the des- fect of a rancher's killing in ert, the remoteness and the Arizona, most likely by a drug illicit drug trade. It is on the smuggler. eastern edge ofthe Bootheel in New Mexico's southwest 'This is dope country' corner, where the border juts Though the number of apdown an d M e x ic o s t ands prehensions of illegal border briefly to America's east, one c rossers has continued it s of the most remote spots in the steady decline, the number of roughly 2,000 miles where the drug seizures has remained countries intersect. constant all along the American Southwest, according to a Camp Ramsey report by the Government AcThe closest Border Patrol countability Office, justifying station is about 60 miles away, the Border Patrol's expansion an eternity in a region where into such remote areas. Arimost roads were cut by ranch- zona has five such forwarders' tractors and cattle hooves. operating bases, with three The closest agents are much more to open this year. closer these days, t hough, In the El Paso sector, the stationed for days in outposts number of d etained illegal deep in the Chihuahuan des- immigrants fell t o r o u ghly ert, so close to Mexico that the 10,400 last year from 122,000 lights of its farms are often the in 2006. Cordero said half of only noticeable sign of human t hem were captured in t h e life. Bootheel region, where, unThe agents sleep in bunk less a migrant got lost while beds, sharing meals in a com- trying to sneak into the United munal kitchen next to lounges States through Arizona, the where TV sets are continu- people who get caught are ously tuned to ESPN. Water likely to be carrying bundles comes from w e l ls. D i esel of marijuana. tanks hold fuel for the vehiDispassionately, A l g arate cles. Dormitories, command Martinez, 37, originally from centers an d h o l ding c e l ls Zaragoza, Spain, said, "This occupy m o dular b u i l dings is dope country." encircled by floodlights and There arefour to six agents chain-link fences — a setup assigned to each shift at Camp modeled after the military's Ramsey: morning, swing and forward-operating bases in m idnight. They e ach s t ay Afghanistan. there for five days and five Ramiro Cordero, a special- nights, and they each patrol operations supervisor for the alone, looking for signs of Border Patrol' s El Paso sector people where people are not — which is responsible for 268 expected to be. miles of borderland, including It seems like an exercise in the Bootheel — said the bases futility — agents scanning the were an essential element in rocky, dusty ground for hu-

ogy that can sequence all of a tumor's DNA in days. They Human DNA that research- also prove it's worth searchers once thought served no ing the whole genome, not just purpose may play a crucial genes containing instructions role in deadly skin cancers, for proteins, said Levi Garharboring some of the muta- raway, the study's senior autions that first appear in tu- thor and assistant professor of mors and promote the malig- medicine at Harvard Medical nancy's growth. School and Dana Farber CanUsing gene sequencing cer Institute. "Historically, people used technology, scientists at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute to call that junk DNA," Garin Boston found two mutations raway said in a telephone inamong 71 percent of mela- terview. "We actually didn't noma tumors analyzed. The believe the finding at first." discovery, the first to identify The mutations are located gene mutations in the vast re- in a part of the DNA that congion of DNA t hat only last trols whether a gene called year was shown to have a role TERT, or telomerase reverse turning genes on and off, was transcriptase, is switched on. p ublished Thursday in t w o When activated, the TERT studies in the online journal gene can make a cell replicate Science Express. almost endlessly — a common The findings are a result featurein cancer cells,accordof faster, cheaper technol- ing to the researchers. B(oomberg News

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the drug gangs. The trek consisted of roughly four miles in a circular pattern across a succession of hills. It had rained hard overnight, which was at once bad and good: bad because it might have washed away footprints, and good because new footprints would be easy to spot on the moist

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Colon Diaz, who is 32 and from Puerto Rico, decided he would carry out his search on foot, on the hills behind an abandoned yellow house in the Victorio Ranch, a ram-

bling property speckled by hideouts used by spotters for

The first out-of-place thing he found was a water bottle, which still had beads of water inside. "Fresh," Colon Diaz said. He adjusted the strap that held his shotgun over his shoulder, as if to make sure the weapon was still there. On top of some rocks at the crest of a hill, he found a blue toothbrush. There was a bit of shade from a bush and a clear view of the U.S. side of the border, as far as Interstate 10. Undeniably, he said, "a spotter's hangout." The radio crackled. Another agent moving in the area said, "Looks like there's one

on one side of the water tank by the ravine and another guy on the other side." Colon Diaz took his shotgun off his shoulder and aimed it forward as he made his way down the hill, following an arroyo that he knew led to the water tank. "Animals," said the voice on the radio. Distant sights are deceiving in the desert. Cows can seem like humans moving slowly through thorny brush. Back at his t r uck, Colon Diaz unloaded his shotgun and drove to Camp Ramsey, the end of another shift. In a busy urban area, he said, "an agent has minutes" to figure out where an illegal border-crosser is going and catch him before he gets away. The Bootheel is so far from everything, he went on, "it's going to be hours, days, until these guys get anywhere. I've got time."

Life at the base Dinner at Camp Ramsey that night was burgers cooked o n the grill b y o n e o f t h e agents; he dropped a plate of them on the communal table, and then shuffled to his bed to catch some sleep before his shift began at midnight. The agents bring their own food — Doritos chips, chocolate-chip granola bars, spicy hot water") and Lean Cuisine. Aaron Dozal, 25, who is from El Paso, seasoned his burger with a p u ngent green-chili sauce his wife had made for him. An agent w orking overn ight c aptured t w o d r u g mules somewhere between the Mingas gate and Monument 40, an obelisk-shaped b order marker so w h ite i t glows in the dark when the full moon is out. The shift's supervisor told the five agents r eporting t o w o r k i n th e morning that two other mules had gotten away. One of those agents, Luis

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Re mon anima s eterc an esitsname Bulletin staff report The animal shelter that serves Redmond and its environs has dropped the Humane Society tag, the better to distinguish itself from similar organizations, and changed its name to BrightSide Animal Center. The shelter, which according to its overseers saves 98 per-

ment. She has previous experience in small business ownership andin affordable housing.

cent of all the unwanted and stray animals it receives, can accommodateabout 50 dogs and 60 cats comfortably, said BrightSide board of directors Vice President Reese Mercer. Another 10 to 30 animals may be in foster homes, she said. The name change separates the organization from humane societies elsewhere — the

Humane Society of Central Oregon inBend, the Humane Society of the Ochocos in Prineville, the Oregon Humane Society in Portland, and the Humane Society of the United States, Mercer said.O n occasion, would-be donors gave to one of those organizations expecting the money would be shared with the Redmond

organization, she said. "We regularly receive volunteer applications destined forthem, orpeoplecome tothe shelter and say, 'We've made a donation to you,"' Mercer explained. "But we don't see the donation or have any record of it." The private, nonprofit organization funds its operation

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Winter is returning thisweekend, forecasts say Bulletin staff report Skiers and boarders probably already feel it — snow is on its way. At least a fresh inch of snow is expected to coat Mount Bachelor and the nearby nordic trails both days over the weekend, covering everything from about 3,400 feet and

higher, according to Ann Adams, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Pendleton. Combined with cold temperatures, the new snow will replace the mountain's existing sloppy conditions. "Goodbye wet conditions," the Mt. Bachelor ski resort

website reads. "The first wave of snow should begin a few hours from now, and then more throughout the weekend and into next week." The chance of snow through the weekend is predicted at 40-50 percent, according to the weather service. It forecast less than a half-inch overnight

Friday and Saturday with no more than an inch total for the weekend. Lower elevationsmay see a light dusting, Adams said — although it will likely be too warm to stick. There is a high chance of cloudy skies lasting throughout the weekend. See Winter /B5

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A physician assistant who worked at the La Pine Community Health Center has been reprimanded by the Oregon Medical Board for inappropriate interactions with a patient. It's the second time in two years that an employee of the clinic has been in trouble with the state for sending sexually explicit text messages and violating state licensing rules. The Oregon Medical Board reprimanded Arden Jay GageJr.and fined him $2,500 for unprofessional conduct, as well as negligence and improperly

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through grants, donations, bequests and other sources. Deschutes County loaned the organization $1.5 million in 2008, on which it still owes more than $800,000, said Deputy County Administrator Erik Kropp. The county also established credit lines with the organization totaling $175,000. See Shelter /B5

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December signed the order, which was finalized this month. According to the stipulated order, the board began investigating Gage after he was fired from La Pine Community Health Center on Sept. 28, 2011. Gage did not return a call for comment. The investigation revealed Gage treated a woman with

a history of sexual abuse and mental health issues between March 2010 and September 2011. According to the board order, Gage twice prescribed a weight-loss drug to the woman, even though her body mass index didn't meet the requirements for the treatment. The pair began texting back and forth in June 2011, the order states. Gage invited the woman to events by text; some of the texts were explicitly sexual, "and suggested that he was seeking sexual favors." On Sept. 21, 2011, the woman visited the clinic for an exam, the order states. At the end of the visit, Gage gave thewoman a motorcycle rally tank top and then closed the door to be alone with her and tried to kiss her. After she left the clinic that day, Gage sent her another sexually explicit text. It's the second sanction against a physician assistant at the clinic in about two years. See Sanctions/B5

A mid-year review of the city of Redmond budget is showing a better-than-anticipated year-end picture, with general fund revenues expected to provide for close to a break-even year, rather than dipping into reservesforthe firsttim e since 2008. The city's 2012-13 budget assumed that $856,000 of reserve funds would be needed to meet general fund expenses. That change from Redmond's recent practice of building up its general operating fund balance was necessitated by several factors, including the decision to fill four previously eliminated positions — three police officers and one planner — as well as continuing to shore up the municipal Juniper Golf Course, which has been unable to pay its debt obligations. "It's looking like we may end up within $100,000 of resourcesmeeting our expenses," said Jason Neff, Redmond's fiscal manager. The city's budget was built on an expectation that assessed property values would drop 2 percent and that 91 percent of taxes would be collected. Even though property tax revenue dropped 3.5 percent, that decline was offset by a 3 percent increase in collections, said Neff, as well as money saved by the failure of the 911 local option levy, which would have affected property tax collection. Mid-year projections indicate that the golf course is expected to need $370,000from the general fund for its $415,000 annual debt payment, less than the nearly $400,000 in the budget. Two enterprise funds are still expected to use reservesbut ata m uch lower amount than was budgeted. The wastewater fund is budgeted to use $665,000 of reserves but is now projected to use $387,000 by yearend. The city increased sewer rates last year in an effort to gradually build up the fund. The water fund is projected to use $412,000 in reserves, less than what was budgeted. Most of the reserve amount was budgeted for a long-planned purchase of a $343,000 piece of equipment. The fiscal picture for the Redmond Airport has improved so much since the budget was created that it is expected to nearly break even, rather than use reserves. — Reporter: 541-548-2186; lpugmire@bendbulletinicom


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commercial and recreational The Associated Press fisheries, and a coastline that GRANTS PASS — The state all O r e gonians t r e asure," of Oregon has adopted a plan Gov. John Kitzhaber said in a laying out four areas for siting statement. wave energy projects so they Oregon has invested more avoid interfering with fishing, than $10 million in the Oregon scenic vistas and sensitive ma- Wave Energy Trust, which rine habitats. funds research and projects The L an d C o n servation to speed development of wave and Development Commis- energy in Oregon. sion adopted the amendments The Oregon coast has beto the Oregon Territorial Sea come a hotspot for wave powPlan at a meeting in Salem on er research and development. Thursday. The plan, five years Waves arebigger on the West in the making, covers state ter- Coast than the East Coast by ritorial waters extending three virtue of the prevailing westmiles off the coastline. erly winds, and waves get big"This b alanced p r oposal ger the farther they are from shows Oregon can thought- the equator. fully support this emerging Two of the areas are off and promising industry while Reedsport, where Ocean Powprotecting our coastal com- er Technologies of Penningmunities' quality of life, our ton, N.J., has the nation's first

federal permit to build a wave

energy park. The company planned to deploy the first of 10 buoys this spring. The project would generate electricity for about 1,000 homes from the motion of the waves. A nother s i t e s o ut h of Warrenton would be reserved for a project to generate power for the Camp Rilea Military R eservation. One south o f Garibaldi would be restricted to technologies that rest on the ocean bottom, to avoid interfering with fishing by the Pacific City dory fleet. "No other state has anything like this for ocean development," said Susan Allen, directorof Our Ocean, part of the Pew Environmental Group. She was a member of an advisory group for the plan.

AROUND THE STATE Oregon wolf shot in Idaho —An oregon wolf known to biologists as OR-16 has been killed by a hunter in Idaho. It's the second

" Ocean users wanted t o shape where (the Federal En-

gray wolf equipped with a tracking collar to be shot after leaving Oregon, where they cannot be hunted, or shot for attacking livestock. Oregon wildlife officials say OR-16 was a member of the Walla Walla

ergy Regulatory Commission) would allow renewable energy planning. We spent a long time identifying all the important economic, ecological and cultural areas," where development would not be allowed. The plan goes to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for approvaL Then it will be used by FERC in making decisions on wave

pack in Northeast Oregonandcrossed the SnakeRiver into Idaho last

energy projects.

kidnapping and coercion. KGW reports Cully said he was trying to sell

The plan does not include a location for the Pacific Marine Energy Center, where Oregon State University and the University of W ashington plan to build a wave energy testing center. Located about five miles offshore, that site is outside state territorial waters.

the guns for a roommate.

m onth. He was shotnearLowman, Idaho,on Saturday.The EastOregonian reported that as of Wednesday, 958 wolves have been killed

in Idaho, Montana, andWyoming as part of hunts aimed at reducing wolf numbers.

Felon arrested in attempt to sell guns —A28-year-old felon was arrested in Portland for trying to sell firearms on Facebook.

Police say anundercover officer arranged to buy theguns. Fourguns were seized in araid Wednesday, andKyle Quinn Cully was arrested as a felon in possession of a gun. Hehas previous convictions for

2 SkierS hit Same tree —Two Mount Hood skiers crashed into the same treeFridayafternoon and weretaken by ambulance to a hospital. The Oregonian reports the injuries were not considered lifethreatening. Timberline Lodge spokesman Jon Tullis says the skiers

were trying to avoid eachother but ended upcrashing into the same tree. The two had been skiing toward each other on a trail near the lodge. Both were wearing helmets. Their names were not released.

Man accused of trying to steal puppy —A36-year-old man has beenaccusedofbreakingacagelockandtryingtomake off with a puppy from the OregonHumaneSociety shelter in Port-

State universitieschancellor Pernsteinerresigns The Associated Press for two years. PORTLAND — C h a ncelA spokeswoman from the lor George Pernsteiner an- Oregon U n iversity S y stem n ounced Friday that h e i s said Pernsteiner was unavailresigning from the Oregon able Friday. University System after more Pernsteiner's influence was than eight years on the job. diminished in late May, when Pernsteiner did not provide Gov. John Kitzhaber chose a reason for his March 1 de- Rudy Crew t o b ecome the parture in a statement issued state's first chief education ofthrough the university sys- ficer.The former chancellor tem. Last March, Pernstein- of the New York City Departer's contract was extended ment of Education was handed

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unprecedented power to shape Oregon public education, from preschool to university. Crew did not immediately respond

to a phone message seeking comment. The resignation followed negotiations between Pernsteinerand the higher education board, said Tim Raphael, a spokesman for the governor. Kitzhaber was aware of the discussions but was not in-

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DINNER WITHCALDERA ARTISTS: Dine with Caldera Artists in Residence, with an open studio; SPIRITUAL DIVERSITY registration requested; $45; 5-9 CONFERENCE:Explore the role of p.m.; House on Metolius, Forest religion in promoting tolerance, Road 980, Camp Sherman; 541with presentations by Dr. Allen 595-6620 or jade@metolius.com. McKiel and Wajdi Said; free; 9:30 JACKIE GREENE: The folk-rock a.m.; Central Oregon Community artist performs; proceeds benefit the College, Wille Hall, 2600 N.W. Bend Surgery Center Scholarship College Way, Bend; 541-318-7412. Foundation; ages 21 and older; $35FREE FAMILYSATURDAY:The $45 plus fees; 6 p.m., doors open museum offers complimentary at 5 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. admission for the whole family; Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or overflow parking and shuttle www.towertheatre.org. service available at Morning Star LAST SATURDAY: Event includes Christian School; free; 10 a.m.-4 art exhibit openings, live music, p.m.;High DesertM useum, 59800 food and drinks and a patio and fire S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382- pit; free; 6-10 p.m.; Old Ironworks 4754. Arts District,50 Scott St., Bend; SATURDAYMARKET:Featuring www.tinyurl.com/ironwurk. local vendors, with new and used "ANNIE JR.":Bend Experimental items, antique collectibles, crafts Art Theatre presents the musical and more; free admission; 10 a.m.-4 about Little Orphan Annie, set in p.m.; Bend Masonic Center,1036 1930s New York City; $15, $10ages N.E. Eighth St.; 541-977-1737. 18 and younger; 7 p.m.; Central KNOW MONEY:STRETCHING Oregon Community College, YOUR FOOD DOLLARS: Learn how Pinckney Center for the Arts, 2600 to work within your food budget N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-419to create a week of tasty, healthy 5558 or www.beattickets.org. meals; free; 1:30 p.m.; East Bend "FOR THELOVE OF MUSIC": Public Library, 62080 Dean Swift 3 Leg Torso performs, with a Road; 541-312-1032 or www. raffle auction; proceeds benefit deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. the Summit High School music "ANNIE JR.":Bend Experimental department; $15 plus fees in Art Theatre presents the musical advance,$20 atthe door;7 p.m., about Little Orphan Annie, set in doors open 6 p.m.; Summit High 1930s New York City; $15, $10ages School, 2855 N.W. Clearwater Drive, Bend; 541-322-3300 or www. 18 and younger; 2 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, friendsofmusic-shs.org. Pinckney Center for the Arts, 2600 "COUPLEDATING": Susan Benson N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-419directs the play by Cricket Daniel; 5558 or www.beattickets.org. $18, $15 students and seniors; 7:30 KNOW MONEY:JUNK IN YOUR p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 DRAWERS, CASH INYOUR or www.2ndstreettheater.com. POCKET:Learn about selling and investing in coins, metals and other "TWELFTH NIGHT":Cascades collectibles; free; 2 p.m.; Downtown Theatrical Company presents Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Shakespeare's comedy about Wall St.; 541-312-1034 or www. mistaken identities and merry deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. rogues; $24, $18 seniors, $12

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Klausner gave upthe dog and left. Police said they did an investigationand arrested him onThursday.Thepuppy,named Burkhead, has been adopted.

volved in them, Raphael said. "The governor appreciates his service to the state and all he's done for higher education in Oregon," Raphael said. The state Board of Higher Education will vote on a separation agreement with Pernsteiner at its Monday meeting.Pernsteiner,who turns 65 in June, was scheduled to earn a base salary of $295,128 from June 2013 through June 2014.

3 in animal neglect case havecharges reduced

— Prosecutors have reduced the number of counts against three women accused of animal neglect in the housing of140 dogs found malnourished, filthy or sick at a warehouse in Brooks. The three had faced149 counts of animal neglect. That's been reduced for each

to10 counts of first-degree animal neglect,10 counts of seconddegree animal neglect and one count of attempted tampering with physical evidence. Deputy District Attorney Jean Kunkle says it isn't

always necessary to file hundreds of charges to get anappropriate sentence. — From wire reports

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students; 7:30 p.m.;Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W.Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www. cascadestheatrical.org. BEND COMMUNITY CONTRADANCE:Featuring caller Ron Bell-Roemer and music by Fiddlplay; $7; 7 p.m. beginner's workshop, 7:30 p.m. dance; Boys & Girls Club of Bend, 500 N.W.Wall St.; 541-330-8943. SYSTEM AND STATION: The Portland-based indie-rock act performs; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www. reverbnation.com/venue/ thehornedhand. THE QUICK &EASYBOYS: The Portland-based indie-rock act performs; $10; 8 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-8159122 or www.belfryevents.com. MUCHMORE COUNTRY:The Portland-based country act performs; free; 9 p.m.; Maverick's Country Bar & Grill, 20565 Brinson Blvd., Bend; 541-325-1886 or www. maverickscountrybar.com. DJ WEATHER:The Portland-based DJ performs; free; 10 p.m.; Astro Lounge, 939 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-388-0116.

SUNDAY VOLUNTEER EXPO: Community organizations will be on hand to talk about volunteering options; free; noon-3 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-617-7080 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "PRAY THEDEVIL BACKTO HELL":A screening of the 2008 documentary about a group of women who rise up to bring peace to Liberia, with soup and a discussion; free; 12:30-2:30 p.m.; Nativity Lutheran Church, 60850

NEws OF REcoRD a.m. Jan. 23, in the area ofNortheast POLICE LOG 10th Street and Northeast Franklin Avenue. The Bulletin will update items Unlawful entry — Avehicle was in the Police Log when such reported entered at 5:43 p.m. Jan. a request is received. Any 23, in the 2600 block of Northwest new information, such as the College Way. dismissal of charges or acquittal, DUII —Tamra Lynn Denetclaw, 24, must be verifiable. For more was arrested on suspicion of driving information, call 541-383-0358. under the influence of intoxicants at 8:11 p.m. Jan. 23, in the areaof Bend Police Department Southeast Third Street and Southeast Theft —Atheft was reported at12:21 Reed Market Road. p.m. Sept. 24, in the 600 block of Burglary — A burglary was reported Northwest CompassLane. at5:22 p.m.Jan.23,inthe500block Unauthorizeduse —Avehicle was of Southwest Industrial Way. reported stolen at10:39a.m. Jan. 10, Burglary — A burglary was reported in the100 block of Southeast Fifth at 6:16 p.m. Jan. 23, in the1200 block Street. of Southeast Wilson Avenue. DUII —Marci Lee Murray,42, was prinevule police arrested on suspicion of driving under Department the influence of intoxicants at 5:55 p.m. Jan. 2'I, in the area of Northeast Theft —A theft was reported at 5:31 Wells Acres Roadand Northeast 27th a.m. Jan. 24, in the area of South Street. Garner Street. Criminal mischief —An act of Vehicle crash — Anaccident was criminal mischief was reported at 9:27 reported at7:17a.m. Jan. 24, in the

land. Portland police say an employee confronted Brent Klausner, who had the terrier mix puppy under his coat on Jan. 14. Police say

area of Southwest Millican Road. Oregon State Police

Vehicle crash — An accident was reported at 7:40 a.m. Jan. 24, in the area of state Highway 58near milepost 80.

BEND FIRE RUNS Tuesday 24 —Medical aid calls. Wednesday 8:06a.m. — Building fire, 1854 N.E. Division Street. 10:33 a.m.— Unauthorized burning, 61435 Ward Road. 3:57 p.m.— Gasoline spill, 3305 North U.S. Highway 97. 23 —Medical aid calls. Thursday 3:08 p.m.— Chimney or flue fire, 18887 Tuscarora Lane. 7:01p.m.— Smoke odor reported, 18636 River Woods Drive. 17 —Medical aid calls.

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he city of Bend faces big issues in the months ahead. Water, sewer and stormwater systems all are in need of expensive tuneups. Payments to the state's Public Employees Retirement System are skyrocketing. Revenues are tight and growing tighter. Meanwhile, local stores continue to use plastic bags for everything from groceries to takeout food, and Bend Mayor Jim Clinton says he wants to do something about that. Surely given the weight of the other issues, a plastic bag ban can be set aside. In fact, there are good reasons to stay out of the plastic bag ban business, no matter what else is on the City Council's plate. For one thing, the bags are easily recyclable. Nearly every grocery store in Bend has plastic-bag recycling stations at every entrance, clearly marked and available even for bags from competitors' stores. Rather than ban the bags, the city's effort, if any, should be on encouraging recycling and letting shoppers decide forthemselves what they should lug their groceries home in. Then there's this: Though supporters of bag bans do so in the name of the environment, the facts

on the matter are relatively few and often contradictory. According to The New York Times, good research into the impact of the bags on everything from landfills to the emission of greenhouse gases to the job market is sketchy, at best. A scientist like Clinton should recognize that without good, solid information, a ban doesn't make much sense. Finally, there's the state effort to ban the bags. State Sen. Jackie Dingfelder, D-Portland, already has introduced a bill for the 2013 Legislature that would ban not only plastic but single-use paper bags under most circumstances. We don't like the idea of a ban, local or statewide. But it's the number of serious, even critical, problems facing the city that should persuade Clinton and others that now is not the time to take on plastic bags. Until those are resolved, we'd prefer to see the City Council focus on them.

Good luck to M cLane on 'Drive Less.Save More.' wo years ago, state Rep. Mike M c Lane, R -Powell Butte, was at the heart of a tale of government — both charming and frustrating. McLane, then a freshman in the Legislature on the budget committee,had found a government program he thought surely must be changed or killed. The state was plunking down millions on a "Drive Less. Save More" campaign. It's an advertising effort to convince Oregon drivers that if they drive less — brace yourself for the headsmacking insight — they could save money. The Oregon Department of Transportation's campaign offers information most Oregonians already know. Have you ever thought of riding your bike to work? The campaign points out to people that they could also walk or they could carpool. And, to make it even more unimpressive, it tackles these issues in depth. On biking, there's a detailed explanation of different kinds of bikes. Did you know there are mountain bikes, road bikes,

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electric bikes, folding bikes, commuter bikes, bikes with one gear and bikes with multiple gears? Without this state-supported website, how would Oregonians ever know? The message and the purpose of the program is not devoid of merit. It has ways for people to link up to carpools. And if the state keeps thumping on a m essage about transportation alternatives, it may help push people to take advantage of them. McLane's point was about priorities. He saw some value in the "Drive Less. Save More" campaign. But he thought the money for the program could be better spent, instead, on programs such as helping seniors and the disabled get transportation they need to get to the doctor. In the end, McLane won a partial victory. The program was kept alive, but it was spending less on uninsightful billboards and more on helping commuters connect to carpools. McLane told us he is going to take the program on again this session. We hope he has more luck.

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By Meiissa Gianoplus he tragedy in Newtown, Conn. last month really hit home for our family. My 1 5-year-old stepdaughter and her mother live in Danbury, Conn.; my husband and I anxiously awaited more information when the news first broke and (I am ashamed to say), we breathed a sigh of relief when we learned that it was not a high school, that our child was safe. It didn't take long to realize that what happened there could just as easilyhappen here. We have two children in school here in Redmond. Our daughter is 6 years old, in first grade just like many of the children killed in the massacre. I cried many times in the days following Dec. 14, imagining how I would feel if it was my daughter who was killed, wondering, "What if it happened here? Are my children safe at school?" Like most other parents, I swallowed hard and took a leap of faith, sending my children to school; I trusted the schools to keep them safe, all the while knowing that our schoolsare not as safe asthey could or should be. However, like most other parents, I am frustrated. I am frustrated because there is a simple solution to prevent mass shootings at schools that I have not heard one single politician or leader mention as of yet. Frustrated because this solution is cost effective and will do much to improve the safety of our children without angering the gun

enthusiasts of the world (of which I am not one). Frustrated because I keep hearing that the solution is to put guns in the schools and into the hands of our teachers who are trained to teach, not to shoot, and I do not think that will actually make our children any safer. Frustrated because the solution seems so obvious to me and yet I have not heard it mentioned by anyone else. The solution is simple: Secure the schools. We recently returned to the U.S. after living in England for a year. While this experience did much to help our family appreciate many aspects of our life here in the U.S., one area that I noticed immediately that England does much better than we do is securing their schools. It begins at the entrance to the school grounds, which are surrounded by security fences. These are attractive iron security fences that do not detract from the aesthetics of the school in any way while also securing the schools. School staff is stationed at the gates when parents bring their children to school, and parents are not allowed to enter the school grounds at this time. If parents need to enter the school grounds to speak with administrators, they go in through a separate entrance after speaking with the office staff on an intercom system. Once inside the school grounds, the adult visitors are still separated from the youth by another security

Like most other parents, l swallowed hard and took a leap of faith, sending my children to school ... all the while knowing that our schools are not as safe as they could or should be. fence, and when the adult visitor reaches the school building they must again use the intercom system to gain access to the building. This entrance is either visible to the office staff directly (through glass) or there is closed-circuit television so that the office staff can see the visitor before granting access to the school building. Once inside the school building, visitors are in the office reception area, which is secured from the rest of the school building. Visitors do not have access to the halls where the classrooms and children and teachers are. It's such a simple solution that greatly improves the safety of our children without restricting anyone's gun ownership and without putting more guns into our schools. The schools still look attractive and inviting — in fact, they are even more attractive than ever to us parents, because as parents you do not worry about the safety of your child knowing how secure the building is. — Melissa Gianoplus livesin Redmond.

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By Nicholas Saraceno

et'srewind three years to Jan. 30, 2010. President Obama, all alone and with no teleprompter, stepped on stage to take questions and hear comments from congressional Republicans, minorities in both chambers, at a televised meeting and lunch in Baltimore. Republicans lambasted the president for his economic policies and non-inclusion in p o l icy d ecisions, including what was a relatively new $787 billion stimulus package. While the rhetoric was thick and at times lacking substance (on both sides of the stage), it was a show worth watching. It was the American democratic process, in its singular and flawed spectacle of political engagement, on full display for all to view. For at times, beneath the rhetoric, there was substance,merit and a free exchange of ideas. Both sides walked away feeling better about the future.

Then "Obamacare" and the summer of tea party town halls hit. The people took back the discussion. That discussion quickly became ugly, it became vileand itbecame a source of shame. And the politicians? Well, the politicians, seeking the votes of these groups, followed their lead. And in an "off n election year those groups organized to help those politicians take back the House of Representatives, so that it, too, became infected by the ugly style of shout 'em down politics. nYou lie" echoed into every living room like an exclamation point during the State of the Union, what otherwise should be a moment of humility, not shame, for all Americans. Obamasqueakedthrough"Obamacare," but then everything ground to a halt. House Republicans declared the mandate was theirs. It was a sign of things to come. And they killed every substantive bill passed by a non-

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filibuster-proof Senate and endorsed by a president of the opposite party. No discussions. No free flow of ideas. No respect. No merit. Nothing. Nada. The message became clear. "No" was the answer. To everything. The goal, as stated by the minority leader in the other chamber, was "to make Obama a one-term president." But the American people took back the discussion once more. And as their own goal, they mirrored the call of that party and shouted nNo!" Thus it was, the Republican Party failed. Democrats gained seats in both chambers; even winning by 1.5 million votes the total popular vote for House races. But for redistricting, the House would be back in Democrat hands. The message was again clear. And the newly re-elected president has heard that message. As conservative opinion filters like Sean Hannity ironically decry the president as

"arrogant," the president has in turn taken that mantle on with pride. As the Republicans try and find their identity, he has decided not to seek what has become an unachievable compromise. He has decided to take the fight to the Republican caucuses, fueled by a clear mandate delivered by American voters. Make no mistake; he won the "fiscal cliff" deal doing just that. Republicans are going to find that what they were saying about the president during the last four years, when it wasn't even close to true — that he didn't try to compromise, that he was in yourface in his progressive ways, that henever reached out — they're going to find it excruciatingly true over the next two years. And theyhave no one to blame but themselves. You may or may not believe the president tried to compromise during his last term. Regardless, the future of political compromise lies squarely on

You may or may not believe the president tried to

compromise during his

last term. Regardless, the future of political compromise lies squarely on Republican shoulders. Republican shoulders. They infected the process. It is well past time they look themselves square in the mirror and disinfect it. It is time they show all Americans what it means to be moderate and rational in policy and rhetoric. Else they will need to prepare for another electoral shellacking because their recent history has made "Blame Radical Republicans" the newest and most relevant incantation of "Blame Bush." I, for one, wish them luck. — Nicholas Saracenolives in Bend.


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FEATURED OBITUARY

Arthur Curtis Phillips, of Redmond

Stern was

Sept. 17, 1923 - Jan. 17, 2013 Arrangements: Redmond Memorial Chapel 541-548-3219 please sign our online guestbook www.redmondmemorial.com Services: Graveside service was held Fri. Jan. 25, 2013 at 2:30 pm and a Memorial Sat. Jan. 26, 2013 at 3:00 pm at Highland Baptist in Redmond, OR.

Jeffrey "Jeff" S. Ramskill, of Bend (Formerly of Escondido, CA.)

known as a writer's writer By Bruce Weber New York Times News Service

Richard Stern, whose novels, short stories and essays were almost universally admired in the literary world but whose name remained stubbornly unrecognized in the wider world of readers, earning him a reputation for being as one reviewer put it "the best American author of whom you have never heard," to: died Thursday at his home on Partners In Care Tybee Island, Ga. He was 84. 2075 NE Wyatt Court The cause was cancer, said Bend, Oregon 97701 his wife, Alane Rollings. www.partnersbend.org Stern wrote more than 20 John Floyd Rufener, of books of fiction and nonficMadras tion, mostly while teaching July 20, 1941 - Jan. 23, 2013 literature and creative writArrangements: ing at the University of ChiBel-Air Funeral Home, c ago. There he was at t h e 541-475-2241 center of a w r i t erly cohort Services: that included Philip Roth and Funeral Services to be Saul Bellow, and his classheld Monday, January 28, room became a showcase for 2013 at 11:00 AM at visiting literary eminences. Bel-Air Colonial Chapel. "He was an inspiring figure Graveside committal will as a lit erature professor and follow at Mt. Jefferson an ace of great virtuosity as Memorial Park. a novelist, short-story writer, Visitation will be on Sunday January 27, 20'l3 essayist and raconteur," Roth between the hours of 12 said in a telephone interview NOON until 5:00 PM at Thursday. He added: "I was the funeral home. faculty, but I used to go to his Contributions may be made class and sit at the back. It to: was there I met Bellow. It was The Jefferson County there I met Lowell and BerryHistorical Soceity c/o Jerry Ramsey. man and Mailer." Roth recalled an afternoon in the mid-1950s when he and Stern were having lunch. "I began telling him the stoDeath Notices are free and ry of how I spent my previous will be run for one day, but summer in New Jersey," Roth specific g Uidelines must be said. "And he said, 'Write it followed. Local obituaries down.' I said, 'What? ' He said, are paid advertisements 'Write it down.' And that was submitted by families or 'Goodbye, Columbus'" —the funeralhomes. They may be title of Roth's first book. submitted by phone, mail, P erhaps St e r n' s bes t email or fax. The Bulletin known novel is "Other Men's reserves the right to edit all Daughters" (1973), a drama, submissions. Please include d rawn f ro m h i s o w n l i f e , contact information in all about a love affair between correspondence. a middle-aged married man For information on any of and a younger woman. Recthese services or about the ognizing the theme as well obituary policy, contact worn, th e c r i ti c J o nathan 541-617-7825. Yardley nonetheless wrote in Deadlines:Death Notices The Washington Post Book are accepted until noon World, "I cannot recall its beMondaythrough Friday for ing treated elsewhere in renext-day publication and by cent fiction with more fidelity 4:30 p.m. Friday for Sunday to and understanding of the and Monday publication. truths of separation, divorce Obituaries must be received and readjustment." by 5 p.m. Monday through Generally, Stern's subject Thursday for publication was the inner life of educated on the second day after people and his strength exsubmission, by a mining i n t ra-family r e l a1 p.m. Friday for Sunday or tions. His prose was dense Monday publication, and by but not difficult, erudite but 9a.m. Mondayfor Tuesday not pretentious; as an observpublication. Deadlines for er of human behavior he was display ads vary; please call both ruthless and generous, for details. acknowledging c h a r acters' Phone: 541-617-7825 finer attributes but homing in Email: obits©bendbulletin.com on their foibles. He could be Fax: 541-322-7254 seen as a comic novelist, if a dark one. Mail:Obituaries "One of t h e r e asons he P.O. Box 6020 never became famous — he Bend, OR 97708 was most famous among famous writers — was that his tone was hard to grasp, and DEATHS some readers didn't feel morally settled," Roth said, "not ELSEWHERE because he was difficult or abstruse but because he was generous to all his characters. Deaths of note from around And that befuddled them." the world: Stern'sadmirers have inA.W. Clausen, 89:American cluded A n t h ony B u r g ess, banker who rose to the highest Flannery O'Connor, Thomas echelons of his field nationally Berger and Richard Ellmann. and internationally, serving In 1985, Stern received the twice as president of Bank of Medal of Merit for the Novel, America with a stint as head awarded every six years by of the World Bank in between. t he Academy of A r t s a n d Died Tuesday at a hospital in Letters. Burlingame, Calif. Its winners have included Corinne Jacker, 79: Obie Theodore D r e iser, E r n est Award-winning p l a y w right Hemingway an d V l a d imir known for bringing wry hu- Nabokov. " I never u n derstood h i s mor to often wrenching domestic stories, like "Bits & obscurity," Roth said. "Every Pieces"and "Harry Outside." writer in America read and Died Jan. 11 at her home in admired him." Manhattan. Richard Gustave Stern was Hans Massaquoi, 87:former bornin New York Cityon Feb. managing editor o f E b o ny 25, 1928. His father, Henry, magazine and author of "Des- was a dentist, and though not tined to Witness: Growing up bookish he was an avid stoBlack in Nazi Germany." Died ryteller, whom Stern credited Jan. 19 in Jacksonville, Fla. with fostering his own desire — From wire reports to tell tales. Mar. 12, 1967 - Jan. 21, 2013 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home (541) 382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A private gathering of family will take place in Arizona at a later date. Contributions may be made

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Terrorismsus ectwasc ee u, ormercassmates sa o 'Moe' By Nigel Duara The Associated Press

PORTLAND — A t s ome point just before 5:40 p.m. on Nov. 26, 2010, the illusion that Mohamed Osman Mohamud created was still intact. He was still, according to prosecutors, an Islamic sold ier in a w a r against t he West, ready to kill and maim t housands a t a busy ChristMohamud ma s t r e e-lighting ceremony. He was still, according to friends, a shy, suburban 19year-old who h a d w r i t ten and read a Kwanzaa poem a bout religious unity w i t h two Christian college students three days before his arrest. T hese c onflicting l i v e s were juggled, managed, even perfected. Then, at 5:40 p.m., Mohamud pressed a button on a cellphone he thought would set off a bomb and FBI agents descended, tossing him in a police car while he shouted "Allahu akbar." God is great. Jurors in Mohamud's terrorism trial on Friday heard about the side of Mohamud his defense attorneys have sought to illustrate: a happygo-lucky freshman at Oregon State University in 2009 with a solid group of friends and a penchant for drinking. "From what I could tell, he was really into schoolwork," said Luis Martinez, a friend of Mohamud's from his earliest days in college. But the questions persist. W hich v ei l f e l l a w a y ? Which life was exposed as a

were his jihadi conspirators. Ridinger testified that the morning of th e t ree l ighting, she, Mohamud and their friends went Black Friday — Former college classmate Bailey Lynn Reynolds s hopping and that he w a s in good spirits. She said he s howed no s igns o f a n t i fraud? Who was the Somali- former college classmate Bai- Western sentiment, was even American teenager arrested ley Lynn Reynolds told the more jovial than usual. AP. "It just wouldn't fit." on Black Friday 2010 while R idinger, M a rtinez a n d the two men he thought were On Friday in court, defense Mohamud had all t r aveled his terroristaccomplices re- attorney Steve Sady asked from Corvallis to celebrate vealed themselves to be un- former c l a ssmate E l y ssa Thanksgiving with a friend dercover FBI agents? Ridinger whether Mohamud in Portland. They went to a The man who said in coever discussed religion. mall, then parted ways. "We had several conververt recordings that he wantRidinger and Martinez tesed to kill thousands of people sations about religion," she tified Friday that they found the day after Thanksgiving said. "I'm a Christian, and we it odd that Mohamud asked in the name of Islamic radiliked to discuss it together." them multiple times if they calism is the same one that, Sady asked Martinez, a were really leaving Portland. a year earlier, drank a couple Catholic, if M ohamud ever He said he was meeting a beers and walked a girl back tried to convert him. Marti- man he described as his unto his dorm room after a frat nez said he hadn't. cle, and would see them again party in Corvallis. Jurors were shown p i c- that weekend in Corvallis. "Mohamud attempted to The "uncle" was an undertures from Mohamud's freshdetonate what he b elieved man year.In one, the gangly cover FBI agent, and just a was a vehicle bomb that he teenager has his arm around few hours later, they met to acquired from FBI undercov- two girls, a wide smile on his make surethe bomb — a fake er employees at Portland's face. provided by the FBI — was annual Christmas tree lightJust months earlier, pros- still in place. ing ceremony," according to ecutors say he had authored In the seconds before 5:40 the affidavit filed as part of an article in an English-lan- p.m. on Nov. 26, the illusion court documents charging guage magazine called "Ji- of Mohamud's dual lives was Mohamud with a ttempting had Recollections" under the still intact. to detonate a weapon of mass pen name Ibn al-Mubarak, At Portland's Union Stadestruction. advocating physical fitness tion, he pressed a button on "Moe always seemed like a for the mujahideen in places a cellphone he thought would nice guy in class, always po- where they couldn't find ex- detonate a b o mb. S ixteen lite and helpful," former high ercise equipment. He would blocks away, a cavalcade of school classmate Matthew go on to w r ite three more city leadership was congratuPutnam told The Associated stories for the publication, his lating itself on another year Press in 2010. work appearing a l ongside at Portland's Christmas tree "Mohamud explained how contributions from O sama lighting. he had been thinking of com- bin Laden and other al-Qaida N othing happened. Momitting some form of violent higher-ups. hamud pressed the button jihad since the age of 15," acEven on the morning of the again. Agents from the FBI cording to the affidavit. tree lighting, Mohamud care- took him into a waiting car "Had he not been Muslim, fully protected the wall be- as he kicked at them and it would be like saying the tween his college life and his shouted. blonde bimbos down the hall secret dealings with underIf convicted, he faces life in tried to b omb something," cover FBI agents he thought prison.

"Had he not been Muslim, it would be like saying the blonde bimbos down the hall tried to bomb something. It just wouldn't fit."

Gold minerlikelyto loseclaimonsalmonstream The Associated Press MEDFORD — A f e deral magistrate in Medford has recommended a gold miner pay nearly$200,000 in fines a nd a t torney's f ee s a n d stop working his claim on a Southern Oregon salmon stream. The miner, Donald Bean, of Gold Hill, told the Mail Tribune that h e e x pected the finding filed this week i n U.S. D istrict C ourt i n Medford. The magistrate's recommendations still must be ap-

proved by a judge. Court records say Bean

Shelter Continued from B1 In February 2012, Kropp, at the time interim county administrator, approved only $35,000 of ashelter request for $60,000 from its credit line to pay off operational debt. Kropp at the time told the society he believed its " operational model i s n o t sustainable." He said Friday he hasn't seen recent budget figures for the organization and did not comment on its finances. He said the county expects the 2008 loan will eventually be repaid over time out of money held in trust for the organization. The outstanding loan balance as of Dec. 31, 2012, is $808,017. The organization has repaid $723,641.95, Kropp wrote in an email. The c ounty contracts with t h e shelter to house stray dogs for

Sanctions Continued from B1 In October 2011, Brice Tyler Stanley had his license revoked after hitting on a patient and texting inappropriate messages to a co-worker. Stanley had been placed on 10 years' probation in 2008 for inappropriately touching a female patient, texting her personal messages and performing treatments on her without authorization. Charla DeHate, the CEO of the La Pine Community Health Center, said the current

acted as his own attorney a nd n ever r e sponded t o the Clean Water Act case brought b y R o gu e R i verkeeper, a project of KlamathSiskiyou Wildlands Center in Ashland. "He trashed a r i p a rian preserve that belongs to all of us," said George Sexton, director of the conservation

group. "All we want out of it is for him to stop the illegal activity and fix what he's done," he said. Bean started working the claim on federal land along Sucker Creek outside Cave

Junction in 2010, after his construction business went sour. M agistrate Judge M a r k C larke f o un d t h a t B e a n failed to get the proper permits for discharging pollutants into the creek, and his excavations harmed critical habitat for coho salmon, a threatened species. Clarke r eco m m ended f ines o f $9 6 ,150, w h i ch w orks out to about $37.50 for each of the 2,654 violations B ean built up, as w ell a s $81,396.50 in fees for Rogue Riverkeeper's attorneys. The magistrate also rec-

up to five days. Mercer said the Redmond shelter's finances improved in 2012. She said membership in the group is up and with it revenues. The group closed 2012 in better shape than expected financially but did not finish in the black. "The nature of th e deal struck four years ago with the county, in my estimation, was a recipefor disaster," Mercer said. "It did not set us up for success. It's been a slog." The o rganization o p erates on a budget of close to $900,000 annually, about half of which is spent on payroll, said shelter manager Chris Bauersfeld on Friday. Volunteers provide about $500,000 worth of their time. Mercer an d B a u ersfeld said the notion of an animal shelter as a place to drop off u nwanted animals i s o u tdated. BrightSide will refuse

no animal, but will not accept unwanted pets "on demand," they said. I nstead, the shelter w i ll schedule a time for the animal owner or caretakerto bring it to the shelter when space is available, usually a matterof severaldays. In some cases, the shelter works to resolve issues involving health or b ehavior that threaten to separate a pet from its owner, or keep the animal f ro m c o nnecting with a new owner. The shelter is careful, some say picky, about pairing animals with new owners, Bauersfeld said. She described a process something like a dating service, but one that she defends as successful.

leadership at the health center was not in charge when Gage and Stanley engaged in the misconduct. " Unfortunately, or f o r t unately, we don't know any details," DeHate said. In an interview, the woman, whom The Bulletin is not identifying because she is the subjectof sexual harassment, said she was also the subject of Stanley's sexual harassment. As a single mom with a checkered past, she d idn't speak up about the harassment because she didn't want to get fired. She eventually

left the clinic after working as a medical assistant there for about I'/2 years. The woman said she wanted her job back and asked Gage for a letterof recommendation, which he provided. At that point, she said, he began sending her texts that asked for sexual favors. After the incident in which Gage tried to kiss her, she said, she reported him to the clinic and said she was shunned by people in the small La Pine community. "In a matter of minutes, my life was taken away. For what? For a man's ego?" she said. "I

"Once (a dog or cat) gets

here, there's a 9 8 p ercent chance of it walking out the door with a new owner," Bauersfeld said.

o mmended b a rring B e a n f rom further work o n t h e placer mine, and requiring him to restore the site by filling in tw o m i n ing pits, removing a berm and a road, and restoring vegetation. Sucker Creek was mined heavily during the Gold Rush of the 1850s, and l ogged heavily before habitat protections for salmon put the brakes on timber production in the 1990s. About $750,000 worth of r e storation work has been done on the creek w here it r u n s i n s ide t h e Rogue River-Siskiyou N ational Forest.

Winter Continued from B1 "The system causing this is broad enough that will keep the precipitation over the weekend and into the beginning of next week," Adams said. Daytime t e mperatures throughout the w eekend are expected to be in the mid toupper 30s, she said, with a nighttime low dropping down to th e u pper teens. Toward the end of the week,skiresorts acrossthe region saw an inch accumulation, building on their base. Mt. Bachelor has a reported base depth of 83 inches, Mt. Hood Meadows is at 81 inches and Hoodoo Ski Area is reporting a base of about 60 inches, according to information from its website.

didn't ask for this attention. This year has been an uphill battle." The woman said the Gage incident brought back memories related to a 1993 sexual assault and that she struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder. She said she reported thebehaviorbecause she didn't believe she was the first victim and worried she wouldn't be the last. "He chose to destroy his career," she said. "I chose to stand up." — Reporter: 541-617-7831, smiller@bendbulletin.com


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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 2013

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No. 16 Ducksface Huskies today EUGENE — The

streaking OregonDucks go for their seventh consecutive win to start

the Pac-12Conference season today whenthey host the Washington Huskies at Matthew

Knight Arena. The game is set to start at 4 p.m. and will

be televised live on the Pac-12 Network. At 6-0 in conference

play, No. 16Oregon (17-2 overall) leads the Pac-12 standings by half

a game over UCLA(6-1)

• Sunriver's director of agronomy,Jim Ramey,is retiring after 38years By Zack Hall The Bulletin

Jim Ramey got a taste of office life back in the late 1960s. Fresh from earning a bachelor's degree in economics from Cal State Los Angeles, Ramey took a first job not unlike the kind held by so many other

young college graduates. It did not take him long to decide that

being stuffed in a cubicle was not for him. "I started looking at these offices that these people were working in, and they (the office occupants) were pale and I thought, 'I don't want to end up doing that,'" recalls Ramey. More than 40 years after that decision, nearly all of that time spent in various course maintenance rolesat Sunriver Resort, Ramey, 66, has retiredas perhaps the most respected superintendent — not to mention course architect — Central Oregon has ever known. SeeRamey/C6

Andy Tulhs/The Bulletin

Jim Ramey, shown in front of his log home near Sunriver last week, retired as superintendent at Sunriver Resort at the beginning of the year.

and by two full games over Washington, Ari-

zona and ArizonaState, who are tied for third place at 4-2.

PREP SWIMMING

HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS

The Ducks are riding an eight-game win-

ning streak overall and are13-0 at home this

Schools

season after their 68-61

victory over Washington State on Wednesday. The Huskies (12-7 overall) are coming off a 74-66 loss at Oregon

must

provide for disabled, U.S. says

State on Wednesday night.

In the most recent meeting between the Ducks and the Huskies,

Washington won 90-86 in an NIT quarterfinal

game last March in Seattle.

Oregon has demonstrated uncanny scoring balance so far

By Philip Elliott The Associated Press

this season. Freshman

guard DamyeanDotson is the team's leading scorer at 11.9 points

per game, and four other players are averaging in double figures — Tony Woods (11.1), E.J. Singler (10.8), Dominic Artis (10.2) and Carlos Emory (10.2) — and Arsalan Kazemi is averaging 8.8 points along with a

team-best 9.5 rebounds per game.

Photos by Joe Kline /The Bulletin

Summit's Merritt Allen, center, and Bend's Bella Wiener race while swimming the girls100-yard freestyle during the City of Bend High School Invitational on Friday at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center in Bend. Allen finished first in the event and Wiener finished second.

— Bulletin staff report

Beavers gofor two in a row

programs. "Sports can provide invaluable lessons in discipline, selflessness, passion and courage, and this guidance will help schools ensure that students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to benefit from the life lessonsthey can learn on the playing field or on the court," Education Secretary Arne Duncan said in a statement announcing the new guidance Friday. The groundbreaking order is reminiscent of the Title IX expansion of athletic opportunities for girls and women four decades ago and could

CORVALLIS — Fresh off its first conference

win of the season, Oregon State goes for its first sweep of the Wash-

ington schools since 2005 when the Beavers host Washington State today at Gill Coliseum. Start time is set for 2 p.m., and the game will be televised live on the Pac-12 Network. After dropping its first five games of the

Pac-12 season, Oregon

State (1-5 Pac-12, 11-8

overall) got in the win column Wednesday night with a 74-66 home victory over the Washington Huskies. The Beavers are off to

a1-5 start in conference

WASHINGTON — Students with disabilities must be given a fair shot to play on a traditional sports team or have their own leagues, the Education Department says. Disabled students who want to play for their school could join traditional teams if officials can make "reasonable modifications" to accommodate them. If those adjustments would fundamentally alter a sport or give the student an advantage, the department is directing the school to create parallel athletic programs that have comparable standing to traditional

• Summit's boys and girls swimmerswin the City of BendHighSchool Invitational Bulletin staff report The Storm ruled the pool Friday evening. Summit's boys and girls swim teams swept the City of Bend High School Invitational, staged at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center in Bend. The Storm girls scored 236 points to top Bend High (172 points)

and Mountain View (106), while their male counterparts recorded 219 points in turning

back Bend (154) and Mountain View (103). On the girls side of the

meet, Summit's Mackenzie Halligan and Madi Brewer were victorious in all four of their respective races. In individual events, Halligan won the 200-yard individual medley and 100 butterfly, while Brewer took top honors in the 500 freestyle and 100 breaststroke. The Storm duo teamed up with Merritt Allen and Ali Epple to win the 200 free relay, and with Allen and Gianna Belza to take the 400 free relay. SeeStorm/C5

bring sweeping changes to Summit's Mackenzie Halligan swims the girls100-yard butterfly during the City of Bend High School Invitational on Friday at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center in Bend. Halligan finished first in the event.

school budgets and locker rooms foryears to come. Activists cheered the

changes. SeeDisabled/C6

play for the third time in Craig Robinson's five

seasons as headcoach in Corvallis. Both times, Oregon State went 6-6 over its final12 confer-

ence games to finish 7-11 in Pac-12 play and

then made strong postseason showings. In 2008-09, the

Beavers won five of six games in the College Basketball Invitational tournament to win the title. Last season, they won two games in the Pac-12 tournament to reach the semifinals and then won two games in the CBI. Oregon State is led in

scoring by junior guard Roberto Nelson, who ranks sixth in the Pac12 with 16.1 points per

game. Junior forward Devon Collier is averaging 14.5 points per

game for the Beavers. — Bulletin staff report

Redmond's Trevor Genz, with the ball, drives the lane to score during the third period against Mountain View on Friday night. The Panthers beat the Cougars 56-49. Ryan Brennecke/ The Bulletin

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Panthers roll to 56-49 IMC road victory over Cougars By Beau Eastes

and four of seven from behind the 3-point line against the Cougars. Matt Dahlen addTrevor Genz's dream senior year just keeps ed nine points and eight assists, and Mason on getting better. Rodby contributed 13 points and eight reTwo months after helping Redmond High bounds for the Panthers, who are now 12-4 to the state football semifinals, Genz has the overall and alone in first place in the IMC Panthers eyeing the postseason in boys bas- at 5-0. "We moved the ball around really well toketball as well. Redmond's 6-foot-4 forward scored 24 night," said Dahlen, who also recorded six points and grabbed II rebounds Friday night rebounds. "Trevor's an outstanding player. He — both of which were game highs — to lead knocked some big shots down tonight." the Panthers to a56-49 road victory over With the game tied 22-22 at halftime, Genz Mountain View in Class 5A Intermountain took control of the third quarter, scoring eight Conference action. consecutive points for the Panthers during Genz, w hose I I -point t h i r d q u a r t er one stretch. By the start of the fourth period, helped Redmond turn a 29-24 deficit into Redmond led 41-33. a 41-33 lead, was eight of 11 from the field See Panthers /C5 The Bulletin


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Maryland at Duke, CBS.

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at Tennessee, ESPN2. 11 a.m.:Men's college, Marshall at Memphis, Root Sports.

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W omen'scollege,TCU 11 a.m.: Men's college, Alabama 10 a.m.:

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11 a.m.:Women's college, North Carolina at Miami (Fla.), ESPN2.

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1 p.m.:Men's college, Bucknell at Holy Cross, CBSSN. 2 p.m.:Men's college, Vanderbilt at Missouri, ESPNU.

2 p.m.:Washington State at Oregon State, Pac-12 Network.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Temple at Butler, ESPN2.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Santa Clara at SanDiego (Same-day tape), Root Sports. 3 p.m.:Men's college, Xavier at St. Josheph's, CBSSN.

4 p.m.:Men's college, North Carolina at N.C. State, ESPN.

4 p.m.:Men's college, USCat Arizona, ESPNU.

4 p.m.:Men's college, Washington at Oregon, Pac-12 Network.

5 p.m.:Men's college, Florida at Mississippi State, ESPN2. 5 p.m.:Men's college, San Francisco at Gonzaga,Root Sports. 5 p.m.:Men's college, LaSalle at VCU,CBSSN.

6 p.m.: Highschool,Simeon (III.) vs. Whitney Young (III.), ESPNU.

7 p.m.:Men's college, Air Force at Wyoming (same-day tape), Root Sports. 7 p.m.:NBA, Los Angeles Clippers at Portland Trail

12:30 p.m.:Men's college, California at Colorado, Root

Sports. 1 p.m.:Women's college, Purdue at Michigan State, ESPN2.

1 p.m.:Women's college, Fresno State at Colorado State, CBSSN.

2 p.m.:Women's college, Oregon at Washington, Pac-12 Network.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Florida State at Miami, ESPNU. 3:30 p.m.:NBA, Atlanta Hawks at New York Knicks, ESPN.

4 p.m.:Women's college, Colorado at Stanford, Pac-12 Network.

5 p.m.:Men's college, Creighton at Southern lllinois, ESPNU. 6 p.m.:Men's basketball, Stanford at Utah, Pac-12 Network. 6:30 p.m.: NBA, Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Clippers, Comcast SportsNet Northwest.

BOWLING 10 a.m.: PBA Tour League, round 1, ESPN.

WINTER SPORTS 11 a.m.:Winter X Games, ESPN.

11 a.m.:FIS freestyle skiing, World Cup, aerials (taped), NBCSN.

Noon:Figure skating, U.S. Championships, men's free skate, NBC. 6 p.m.: WinterX Gam es,ESPN.

GOLF Noon:PGATour, Farmers Insurance Open,final round,

Blazers, Blazer Channel (Ch.39). 7:30p.m.:Men'scollege,BYU at CBS. Portland, ESPNU. WINTER SPORTS 11 a.m.:Winter X Games, ESPN. Noon:Figure skating, U.S.

Championships, pairs free skate, free dance, NBC. 1 p.m.:Winter X Games, ABC. 6 p.m.: WinterX Games,ESPN. 8 p.m.:Figure skating, U.S.

Championships, ladies short program, free skate (same-day tape), NBC. MOTOR SPORTS Noon:Rolex 24 at Daytona,

WRESTLING Noon:College,Oklahoma State at Arizona State, Pac-12 Network.

HOCKEY 3 p.m.:NHL, Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues, NBCSN.

GYMNASTICS 3 p.m.: Women'scollege,LSU at Alabama (taped), ESPN2. FOOTBALL 4p.m.: NFL, Pro Bowl, AFC vs. NFC, NBC.

ON THE AIR: RADIO TODAY BASKETBALL 2 p.m.: Men'scollege, Washington State at Oregon State, KICE-AM 940, KRCO-AM 690.

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7p.m.: NBA, Los Angeles Clippers at Portland Trail Blazers, KRCO-AM 690.

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Offense Quarterbacks —x-AaronRodgers, GreenBay; xMatt Ryan, Atlanta; x-RobertGriffin III,Washington, r-DrewBrees,NewOrleans; r-Eli Manning,N.Y.Giants; r-RusselWi l lson,Seatle Running Backs — s-AdrianPeterson, Minnesota; y-FrankGore,SanFrancisco MarshawnLynch, Seattle;r-DougMartin, TampaBay Fullback —s-JeromeFelton, Minnesota Wide Receivers — x-CalvinJohnson,Detroit, xBrandonMarshall, Chicago; s-Victor Cruz, N.Y. Giants; s-Julio Jones,Atlanta; r-VincentJackson, Tampa Bay; r-Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Tight Ends —x-TonyGonzalez,Atlanta; r-Kyle Rudoiph, Minnesota; JasonWitten, Dallas Tackles — y-Joe Staley,SanFrancisco; x-Trent Williams,Washington;s-RussegOkung, Seattle, r-Jermon Bushrod, NewOrleans; r-Matt Kalil, Minnesota Guards — s-Jahri Evans,NewOrleans; y-Mike lupati, SanFrancisco;r-Josh Sitton, GreenBay, Chris Snee,N.Y.Giants Centers —Jeff Saturday,GreenBay; s-MaxUnger,

Washingtonat Oregon,4p.m. Sunday'sGames CaliforniaatColorado,12:30 p.m. StanfordatUtah,6p.m.

First Round —def. RobinHaase,6-3, 6-1,6-3. Second Round def.Joao Sousa,6-2,6-2,6-4 Third Round —def. RicardasBerankis, 6-3,6-4, 7-5. Fourth Round — def. GigesSimonf14), 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. Ouarterfinals — def.JeremyChardy, 6-4 6-1, 6-2. Semifinal— s def.RogerFederer(2),6-4,6-7(5),6-3, 6-7l2), 6-2. Championship vs. Novak Diokovic (1). Women Victoria Azarenka(1) First Round —def. Monica Niculescu,6-1, 6-4 SecondRound—def. EleniDaniilidou,6-1, 6-0. Third Round— def.JamieHampton,6-4,4-6 6-2. FourthRound—def. ElenaVesnina, 6-1,6-1. Quarterfinals def. SvetlanaKuznetsova, 7-5, 6-1. Semifinals — def. SloaneStephens(29), 6-1, 6-4. Championship —vs. Li Na(6).

Wom en's college Friday's Games

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Li Na (6) First Round —def. Sesil Karatantcheva,6-1, 6-3. Second Round— def.OlgaGovortsova,6-2,7-5. Third Round —def. SoranaCirstea(27), 6-4, 6-1. Fourth Round — def. Julia Goerges(18), 7-6 (6), 6-1.

Quarterfinals —def. AgnieszkaRadwanska(4), 7-5, 6-3.

Semifinals—def. MariaSharapova(2), 6-2, 6-2. Championship —vs. Victoria Azarenka(1).

HOCKEY

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BASKETBALL

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Friday's Games

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Australian OpenRoad Men

NovakDlokovic(1)

First Round —def. Paul-HenriMathieu,6-2, 6-4 7-5. SecondRound—def. RyanHarrison, 6-1, 6-2,6-3. Third Round — def. RadekStepanek(31), 6-4, 6-3 7-5. FourthRound— def. StanislasWawrinka (15), 1-6 7-5, 6-4,6-7(5), 12-10 Quanerfinals —def.TomasBerdych (5), 6-1, 4-6 6-1, 6-4. Semifinals—def. David Ferrer (4), 6-2, 6-2,6-1. Championship vs AndyMurray(3).

Andy MurrayI3)

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ESPN2. 4:30 p.m.: Australian Open, ESPN2.

Sports. 10 a.m.:Men's college,

Today Boys basketball: Gilchrist atPaisley,4 p.mcCondon/Wheeleatr Central Christian, 5:30p.m.; Trinity Lutheran at HosannaChristian, 7 p.mcWaldportat Culver,4p.m. Girls basketball: GilchristatPaisley,230p.mcCondon/Wheeler/ArlingtonatCentral Christian, 4p.m.; Trinity Lutheranat HosannaChristian, 5:30p.m., WaldportatCulver,2:30p.m. Alpine skiing: DSS Aat Hoodoo, Slalom,TBD Nordic skiing: OHSNO classic raceat Teacup Snopark, 11a.m.;OISR Askate and reiay racesat WillamettePass,11:30a.m Wrestling: Chiloquin at Gilchrist, TBD;Mountain View at HoodRiverInvitational, TBD, Redmond, Crook County,Culver at ReserToumament of Champions at l.iberty High in Higsboro,TBD; Ridgeview, Summit, Sisters at MadrasInvitational, 11a.m.

NFL

Delta State at Valdosta State, CBSSN.

Oklahoma at Baylor, Root

ON DECK

Djokovic (same-day tape),

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9 a.m.:Women's college,

COREBOARD

RobertKarlsson Jeff Klauk James Driscoll NealLancaster DanielSummerhay BenCurtis TrevorImmelman JasonDay NicolasColsaerts SeungYulNoh Phil Mickelson AaronBaddeley Martin Laird Matt Every Eric Meierdierks

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BradAdamonis StewartCink RichardH.Lee BobbyGates JohnDaly AngelCabrera FabianGomez BenKohles StevenBowditch StephenAmes BudCauley John Merrick Alistair Presneg Ryo Ishikawa GregChalmers Keegan Bradley Scott Piercy PatrickCantlay HenrikNorlander AaronWa tkins BrandtJobe MattJones StevenFox Jon Fiedler MarkBaker Jeff Gove DavidMathis GeoffOgilvy AndresRomero Andrew Svoboda PaulHaleyII Kyle Stanley SeanO'Hair AndresGonzales TroyMatteson Scott Langley Tim Herron JasonKokrak BlakeAdams RobertAgenby TroyKelly

PGATour STATISTICS

ThroughJan. 20 FedExgupRegularSeasonPoints I, BrianGay,538.000. 2, Russell Henley,512000. 3, Dustin Johnson, 500.000. 4, Charles Howell III, 407.500. 5 (ge), SteveStricker andTimClark, 300.000. 7, David Lingmerth, 283.000. 8, Brandt Snedeker,236.500 9, MattKuchar,229.500.10, Scott Staglngs,178.900.

ScoringAverage 1, CharlesHowell III, 68.068. 2, Russell Henley, 68.393. 3 (tie), ViiaySinghandYE.Yang, 68.516. 5, TimClark, 68622.6, BrianStuard,68.639. 7,Tim Herron,68.766.8, DustinJohnson,68.971.9 (tre), BrianGayandDavid Lingmerth, 69.068. Driving Distance 1, Ryan Palmer, 315.7. 2,JohnDaly, 313.9.3, Brad Fritsch,313.0.4, SeanO'Hair, 3115 5, ViiaySingh, 309.9. 6,YE.Yang,309.5.7,JimmyWalker,308.7.8, StevenBowditch, 3086.9, LukeList,3084.10, Harris English,308.2. Driving AccuracyPercentage 1, JasonDufner,84.44% 2, TrevorImmelman, 82.938L 3, Chris Starkiohann,78.05tk 4, David Toms,75.93tk 5, SteveJones,75.61%. 6,J.J. Henry,

73.978L 7, Steve Stricker, 73.33/w 8, Bill Haas, 73.268L 9,CharleyHoffman, 72.22sn10, 3tied with 71 95%

Greens inRegulation Percentage I (tie), Steve Stricker andBubbaWatson 87.04/w 3, Viiay Singh,84.72%.4, Robert Garrigus, BL94/w 5, BrandtSnedeker, BL75%. 6 (ge), JoeySnyder III and NickWatney,81.48sn 8 (tie), BoVanPelt, Camilo Vigega sandDustinJohnson,80.56% Total Driving 1, KevinStadler,23. 2 (tiel, Trevor Immelman and LucasGlover, 42.4, D.J.Trahan,44. 5, RossFisher, 45. 6, GaryWoodland, 55. 7, RobertoCastro,65. 8, Brad Fritsch,68. 9, RobertGarrigus, 70.10,Patrick Cantlay,77. StrokesGained -Putting 1,, BryceMolder,3.383.2, AaronBaddeley,2.703. 3,RussellHenley,2. 516.4,Kevin Chappeg,2.173.5, Chris Starkiohann,2129 6,lanPoulter 2109. 7,Bob Estes,2.037.8,TroyMatteson, 2.016 9, BrettQuigley, 1.866.10,GaryWoodland,1.820. Birdie Average 1, KevinChappeg, 7.25. 2 (tie), BobEstes, Bryce Molder, Robert Garrigus andJef Overton, 6.50 6(tie), Ross FisherandRussell Henley,6.25. 8, Nicholas Thompson,6.13.9, 3tiedwith 6.00

Eagles (Holes per) 1, GregChalmers,24.0. 2ltiel, Scott Mccarron, JamesDriscoll andSeanOH ' air, 27.0. 5 (tie), Joe Ogilvie and Patrick Reed, 30.0. 7,Chris Kirk, 31.5.8, 7 tied with36.0

Sand SavePercentage 1(tie), SteveStricker, Viiay Singh,lanPoulter, Jeff Klauk, D APoints, BubbaWatson, JhonattanVegas, GaryWoodland and Kevin Chappeg,100.00/w 10, Brad Fritsch,90.91%. AU-AroundRanking 1, RobertGarrigus,177.2, Russell Henley,248. 3, CharleyHoffman,296.4, Jeff Overton,318. 5, Lucas Glover ,342.6,RossFisher,343.7,NicholasThompson, 344. 8,KevinChappeg,363. 9, BryceMolder, 369. 10,Martin Laird, 375.

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL AmericanLeague KANSASCITYROYALS—Ciaimed C GeorgeKottaras offwaiversfromOakland. Designated INFTony Abreuforassignment. SEATTLEMARINERS—Agreed to terms with C RonnyPaulinoonaminorleaguecontract. TORONT OJAYS—Extended their playerdevelopmentcontractwith Vancouver (PCL). National League MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to termswith OF Khris Davis, INFScooter Gennett, INFTaylor Green, CMartin Maldonado,OFJosh Prince, RHP NickBucciand RHP Jim Henderson on one-year contracts. BASKETBALL NBADevelopment League TEXASLEGENDS SignedG DelonteWest. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS— SignedLBAaronMaybin to a reserve/futurecontract. KANSAS CITYCHIEFS NamedAl Harris defensiveassistant/secondarycoachand Mark DeLeone a quality controlcoach.Announcedit wil retain assistantstrengthandconditioning coachBrentSalazar. SignedWRTyler Shoemaker. NEW YOR KGIANTS—SignedTEJamie Childers, CB BuddyJacksonandK-PJake Rogers to reserve/ futurecontracts. SEATTLESEAHAWKS— Named MattThomas as vice president/footbaladmi l nistration. HOCKEY

National Hockey League

ANAHEIMDUCKS—ReassignedD Sami Vatanen to Norfolk(AHL). EDMONTONOILERS— Claimed G Niko Hovinen off waiversfromPhiladelphia. FLORIDAPANTHERS Recalled C Ouinton Howden from SanAntonio (AHL). NEW YORKRANGERS— AssignedFKrisNewbury to Connecticut(AHL). PHILADELP HIAFLYERS—SignedRWMikeKnuble to a one-yearcontract. Recalled DAndreasLilia from Adirondack(AHL). PHOENIXCO YOTES—Recalled F Nick Johnson from Portland(AHL). TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS— Assigned D Jake Gardnerto Toronto (AHL). SOCCER Major LeagueSoccer CHIVASUSA—Traded FCaseyTownsend to D.C. United for a 2014MLSSuperDraft natural secondroundpick. D.C. UNITED Signed MFSyamsir Alam. Released FLong Tan. VANCOUVERWHITECAPS— Waived D Martin Bonjour. COLLEGE WISCONSIN WHITEWATER NamedAndyKotelnick>quarterbackscoach.


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TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN

SPORTS IN BRIEF

Murray puncbes tieket formen'sfinal

WINTER SPORTS Addott leads at lj.S. champlunshlps — Jeremy Abbott's clean but conservative free skate was more than enough to put him in the lead at the U.S. Figure

Skating Championships on Friday night. The three-time champion

By John Pye

scored 84.10 points, three points

MELBOURNE, Australia — Andy Murray was sucking in deep breaths, trying to recover from his exhausting win over Roger Federer. Pain was very much on his mind. The U.S. Open champion defeated Federer 6-4, 6-7 (5),

The Associated Press

ahead of Ross Miner. JoshuaFarris, silver medalist at last year's junior world championships was third. The free skate is Sunday.

Olympic championEvanLysacek had hoped to return at nationals,

and it's easy to seewhy he's contemplating a comeback. Out of 20 programs without a major error. And while Abbott was clean, he was hardly ambitious, not even at-

Meryl Davis and Charlie White won the short dance with a careerbest 79.02 points.

Svindal wins super-G

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BOSTON — One week into his NHL career, Bruins defenseman Dougie Hamilton is already a fan favorite in Boston. Zdeno Chara scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, Hamilton had two assists, and Tuukka Rask made 24 saves in the Bruins' 4-2 win over the New York Islanders on Friday night. Patrice Bergeron, Shawn Thornton and Gregory Campbell also scored for Boston, which improved to 3-0-1. But it was the 19-year-old Hamilton who brought chants of "Doug-ie! Doug-ie!" echoing around TD Garden late in the game. "I was just trying not to fumble the puck," said Hamilton, who broke into a smile while surrounded byreporters as he sat at his locker. "It's obviously nice to hear the support. It's pretty cool." When the season started, Boston had six games to decide to keep him or send him back to the juniors. The experiment might be complete. "I think that's why our guys drafted him," Boston coach Claude Julien said. "Those are the kinds of things we saw in him. We're pretty happy with what he's done." Hamilton assisted on Boston's first and final goals of the game. "It's great," Rask said of the chants. "He's such a great player. He's just going to get better." Hamilton isn't even over the fact that he is playing in the NHL. "It feels so weird being out there instead of watching it," he said. New York's Keith Aucoin had his first career two-goal game, and has scored three times in two games. Rick DiPietro, playing his first game since Dec. 3, 2011, after last season was cut short by a groin injury, made 23 saves for the Islanders. "I felt good," said the former Boston University star, who was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2000 NHL draft. "It's always exciting playing back here in Boston, and I always look forward to playing in this building. I was excited." New York (2-2) played the second of five straight on the road after scoring six unanswered goals to beat Toronto 7-4 on Thursday. " For the most part we w ere up to t h e challenge, but couldn't get it done," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. The game featured a matchup of the NHL's best two penalty-killing units this season. The Bruins have turned aside all 17 short-handed situations, and the Islanders improved to 13 for 13. Rask has played in all of Boston's games. Boston took a 3-2 lead 7:07 into the third when Milan Lucic circled from behind the net and fed Chara, who fired a wrist shot past DiPietro's glove inside the left post from the

career World Cupvictory — and first in Kitzbuehel — left him one shy of the all-time Norwegian

record by Kjetil Andre Aamodt. In light snowfall and fog Friday, Svindal used a strong finish to win

in t minute, 14.68 seconds onthe Streifalm course. Matthias Mayer of Austria was 0.13 behind in sec-

ondandworl d super-G champion Christof Innerhofer of Italy took third.

FOOTBALL Seahawks hire new VP — The Seattle Seahawks have

hired former Cleveland andMiami executive Matt Thomas as their new vice president of football

administration. TheSeahawks announced Thomas' hiring Friday. He replaces John Idzik who left

the organization to becomethe new general manager of the New York Jets. Thomas spent the past

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SOCCER Supporters, MLS clash over 'Gascadia Gup' —The Cascadia Cup, created in 2004 by soccer supporters to celebrate the rivalry between clubs in Seattle,

Portland and Vancouver, is now the unexpected center of a conflict

between those groups andMajor League Soccer. It started when MLS intended to trademark the term "Cascadia Cup" in the United

States and Canada —prompting outrage from the fans who named theyearly head-to-head

competition between the Sounders, Whitecaps and Timbers, and gave it a stately silver trophy. MLS

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crossed career milestones off his to-do list will continue Sunday. He lost four major fiOpen final. nals, including two in Austra"Every time we playeach lia, before winning a Grand other it's normally a v ery Slam title. He lost three times physical m a tch," M u r r ay to Federerin a major before said. "I'll need to be ready for beating him. Even then, he the pain. I hope it's a painful wasted a chance to serve out match — that'll mean it's a in the fourth set Friday night good one." as Federer rallied. "Those matches ... have M urray had a 1 0-9 r ecord against Federer, but helped obviously m entalhad lost his three previous ly," he said. "I think going Grand Slam matches to the through a lot of the losses Swiss star. One of those de- that I've had will have helped feats came at W i mbledon me as well. Obviously havlast year.Murray says the ing won against Novak bedisappointment of that loss fore in a Slam final will help triggered his run to the gold mentally." medal at the London OlymDjokovic will not be the pics, and then his drought- only defending champion breaking triumph at the U.S. this weekend playing f or Open. another title. Victoria Aza"You know, I've obviously renka faced China's Li Na lost some tough m atches early today for the women's against him in Slams," Mur- crown. ray said. "So to win one, esNearly 15,000 p eople pecially the way that it went packed Rod Laver Arena, intonight, yeah, was obviously cluding the great Laver himnice." self, to see if Federer could Murray ended a 76-year reach a s i xt h A u s tralian finaL The 31-year-old Swiss drought for British men at the majors when he beat has won four of his 17 titles Djokovic in five sets in the fi- at Melbourne Park. nal at Flushing Meadows. He showed flashes of his He's hoping the step-by- customary genius, but also step manner in which he has rare bursts of anger.

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BASEBALL A-Rod could miss entire SeaSOn — Yankeesgeneral manager Brian Cashmansays it's possible that third baseman Alex Rodriguez could miss the

entire season while coming off hip surgery. Cashmansays "there's no guarantees" that Rodriguez will

be able to play this year.Cashman made his remarks Friday onWFAN radio in New York. The 37-year-old Rodriguez had surgery on his left

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is ers irs 0 Oove ime e ore ea in m i ra • The Outlaws' TayloNi r eri scores34 points, including a 3 at the endof regulation Bulletin staff report ELMIRA — Playing with some extra passion, Sisters d efeated Elmira 6 7-64 i n overtime Friday night in a Sky-Em League girls basketball game at Elmira High School. Taylor Nieri set a Sisters school record with 34 points. Nieri hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer in regulation to tie the game and send it into overtime. She then made six of nine free throws in the extra period to lead the Outlaws to the emotional victory. On Thursday, the Outlaws learned that they would be forced by the Oregon School Activities Association to forfeit 13 of their first 16 games this season — including 11 victories — for using an ineli-

gible player (story, right). "We are notlooking backward,"Sisters coach Julianne Horner sai d a f te r F r i d ay night's win. "We've stated all year long, it's not about wins a nd losses — it's how w e

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Nieri scored 26 of her 34 points in the second half and overtime. She was eight for 20 from the field and 16 of 23 from the free-throw line in the game. The Outlaws made seven of 12 free throws in the extra period to secure the victory. "We just k ept a ttacking

(Elmira) and they kept fouling us," Horner said. Nieri also grabbed eight rebounds. Cassidy Edwards added 16 points, seven rebounds, and eight steals for S isters, which plays at L a Pine on Friday night. In other Friday action: GIRLS BASKETBALL Mountain View.... . . . . . . . . 51 Redmond..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 REDMOND — Th e host Panthers clawed back from a 10-point first-quarter deficit but faded in the second half of t h e I n t ermountain Conference contest. Mountain View's 18-8 lead after the first period was just 2523 at halftime after Baileigh Baker scored all of her seven points in the second quarter for Redmond. But the leagueleading Cougars took control after the break to stay unbeaten in the IMC. Maddy Booster had 13 points and six rebounds to lead Mountain View. Emma Platner hit two 3-pointers and finished with 12 points for the Cougars, who also got 10 points and six rebounds from M egan McCadden. Brittny Benson scored nine points to pace the Panthers (8-9 overall, 05 IMC), who play at Crook County on Tuesday. Moun-

tain View (12-3, 4-0) plays Tuesday at Ridgeview. B end.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 Crook County..... . . . . . . . . 29 Mekayla Isaak and Jessica McClay each scored 15 points to lead Bend High to the Intermountain H y b r id home win. Brydie Burnham added 13 points as the Lava Bears cruised to a 44-13 lead by halftime. Jessie MaleyLoper led the Cowgirls with nine p o i nts. B e n d ( 1 0 -5 overall) plays at Summit on Tuesday. Crook County (7-8 overall) hosts Redmond on Tuesday. Summit..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Ridgeview.... . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 REDMOND — The Storm used a 24-point third quarter to blow past the host Ravens in Intermountain Hybrid play and improve to 12-4 overall. Sarah Heinly scored 16 points and Melissa Trejo added 14 — the two combined for seven 3-pointers— ina game Summit led 19-11 at halftime. McKenzie Hidalgo recorded a game-high 23 points for Ridgeview, which fell to 1-16. The Storm host Bend High on Tuesday while the Ravens entertain Mountain View the

same day. L a Pine.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 4 S weet Home.... . . . . . . . . . . 4 2 LA PINE — The Hawks jumped out to a 25-8 firstq uarter lead a n d h e l d a 2 6-point advantage at t h e half en route to the Sky-Em League victory. Holli Glenn and Katie Mickel went for a

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in with 15 an d 14 p oints, respectively. Madras ( 11-7 SISTERS — Off to its best start in school history with a13-3 overall, 2-2 TVC) continues record through Tuesday, the Sisters High girls basketball team conference play next Friday, has been forced by the Oregon School Activities Association when the W h ite Buffaloes to forfeit13 of its first16 games this season — including 11 host Estacada. victories — for using an ineligible player. Elmira.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Entering Friday night's game atElmira, the Outlaws' official Sisters .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 record was 2-14 overall and 0-4 in the Sky-Em League. ELMIRA — C ole Moore and Justin Harrer combined The player in question, senior Cassidy Edwards, who for 12 of t h e O utlaws' 14 transferred to Sisters from Redmond High last summer, has f ourth-quarter p o ints, b u t been given ahardship waiver by the Sky-EmLeague,Sisters Sisters "couldn't quite get coach Julianne Horner said Friday, and will be allowed to play over the hump," according to the rest of the regular season. Outlaws coach Rand Runco, The issue, according to Horner, stems from Edwards' falling to the Falcons in a participation last summer on an Amateur Softball Association Sky-Em L eague m atchup. (ASA) softball team that included a Sisters High softball Ryan Pollard paced Sisters coach. According to the OSAA rule 8.6.5, article A No.1, with a game-high 16 points, athletes who participate in non-school athletics, like an ASA and Moore accounted for 15 softball team, that are affiliated with the school they are points and five assists. Hartransferring to, must sit out one calendar year. Also, under rer finished with 10 points for OSAA rule 8.6.5 article A No. 2, athletes may not receive the Outlaws (5-11 overall, 2-3 instruction from a person affiliated with their new school Sky-Em), who visit La Pine next Friday. before their transfer or they will have to sit out one calendar T riad ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 5 year. Trinity Lutheran.... . . . . . . . . 9 According to Horner, Edwards' transfer paperwork, on which Gabe Phillis finished with Redmond High had signed off ,had been submitted to the a team-high five points, but Sisters School District but had not yet beenprocessed before the Saints fell into a 2 4 -3 she played on the softball team in question. first-quarter d eficit b e fore The school is appealing theOSAA'sdecision, Horner said. losing to the visiting Timber"No one's at fault, there was nomalice or ill intent," Horner said wolves from Klamath Falls Friday, a day after learning that her team was to be stripped of in a Mountain Valley League 11 wins. "We're trying to do the right thing and go through all matchup. Trinity Lutheran (Ithe right channels. Hopefully we'll get this turned around for 15 overall, 0-9 MVL) visits HoUS. sanna Christian in Klamath Fallsfor a conference contest — 73eauEastes today. Gilchrist... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 North Lake..... . . . . . . . . . . . 64 game-high 14 points apiece, make a run, they would come GILCHRIST — H u nter with Glenn a d ding s even back. In the fourth quarter, Nelson scored 17 points and steals and Mickel dishing out we got the shots we wanted Dillon Link scored 16 to lead eight assists. La Pine (5-12 and made a few stops to kind the Grizzlies to the Mounof pull away." Nick Moyer had tain Valley L eague home overall, 2-2 Sky-Em), which snapped a t w o-game skid 16 points and eight rebounds w in. Trinton Koch had D with the win, travels to Elmi- for Summit. Be n R i t chey points and 13 rebounds for ra on Tuesday for a league added 14 points, and Marco Gilchrist, which le d 2 1-13 matchup. Lucas had eight assists. Rid- after one quarter and never Gladstone ..... . . . . . . . . . . . 51 geview was led by freshman trailed thereafter. The GrizMadras ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 George Mendazona, with22 zlies (8-7 overall, 5-4 MVL), MADRAS — The W h ite points, and Jack Bowman who ended a three-game losBuffaloes were dealt t heir and Tanner O'Neal added 12 ing streak, play at Paisley tosecond straight T r i -Valley points apiece. Summit (8-8 day. North Lake dropped to Conference loss, this one at overall) plays at Bend High 5-8 and 3-6. the hands of the Gladiators. on Tuesday. Ridgeview (4-13) Griswold..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Madras (8-10 overall, 2 -2 plays Tuesday at Mountain Central Christian ..... . . . . . 39 HELIX — Th e G r izzlies TVC) visits Estacada next View. Friday. Bend.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 outscored the Tigers 23-4 in Gilchrist... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Crook County.... . . . . . . . . . 48 the second quarter to pull North Lake..... . . . . . . . . . . . 31 PRINEVILLE — The Lava away in the Big Sky League GILCHRIST — Avenging a Bears held just a 30-25 lead game. Bryson Eells led the two-point loss at North Lake at halftime but pulled away Tigers with 12 points, and last month, Gilchrist built a in the third quarter by out- C aleb Roberts a d ded 1 0 27-18 halftime lead then blew scoring the Cowboys 14-5 in points. C entral C h r i stian (1-14 overall, 0-10 Big Sky) out the visiting Cowgirls in the period en route to the Inthe third quarter to secure termountain Hybrid victory. hosts Con do n -Wheeler the Mountain Valley League David Larson led Bend with tonight. WRESTLING victory. Ashley James scored 16 points and Jacob Parsons a game-high 27 points, inadded 11 points. The Bears Panthers, Cowboys cluding 13 in the Grizzlies' made 20 of 28 freethrows near top after Day1 20-5 third-period run. Court- in the game. Troy Benton HILLSBORO After ney James scored 11 points l ed Crook County with 19 the first day of the Reser's and grabbed 10 rebounds, points, and Jacob Mahurin T ournament o f Cha m p i and Sierra Shuey added 10 added 10 points. Bend (6-9 ons at Liberty High School, o verall) hosts Summit o n w ith r o unds t h r ough t h e points and 11 rebounds for t he w i nners. K a rrah D a - Tuesday, and Crook County quarterfinals in the books, vidson scored 10 points and (6-10) plays at Redmond on Redmond High and Crook Molly Phillips added nine to Tuesday. County f i n d t he m selves lead North Lake (3-10 over- L a Pine ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 3 in the top five of the team all, 1-8 MVL). Gilchrist (5-9, Sweet Home..... . . . . . . . . . 64 standings. Th e P a n thers, LA PINE — The Hawks paced by t h ree semifinal3-6), which snapped a fourgame losing streak, plays to- made it three in a row with ists in Brandon Short (126 a Sky-Em League win over pounds), Gunnar Sigado day at Paisley. Trinity Lutheran ..... . . . . . . 44 Sweet Home. Tyler Parsons (182) and Sumner Saulsbury T riad ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1 scored 18 points to lead four (220), racked up 73'/a points E mily Eidler p oured i n La Pine players in double fig- to earn the third spot of the a game-high 17 points, Kaures. Cameron Kraft scored 24-teamtournament, trailing tie Murphy collected 10 re15 points to go with his team- only Hermiston and Crater. bounds, six assists and four leading s e ve n r e b ounds, Crook County collected 69 '/~ steals, and the host Saints Josh Ramirez had 14 points points, thanks to Trayton Lipicked up a Mountain Valley and six rebounds, and Gavin bolt's semifinals appearance League win over the Timber- Boen booked 10 points, six at 106 pounds as well as five wolves from Klamath Falls. rebounds and four assists. other wrestlers advancing Trinity Lutheran (8-8 overall, The Hawks broke it open in to the quarterfinals. With 4-5 MVL) travel to Klamath the second quarter, outscor- 32 points, Culver sits in a tie Falls today to face Hosanna ing the visiting Huskies 14-4 for 18th with West Albany, Christian. in the period. Sweet Home but the Bulldogs have Jared Central Christian ..... . . . . . 49 closed to within four points Kasch (120) and Tucker DaGriswold..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 in the fourth quarter, but La vis (126) still vying for titles. H ELIX — The Ti g e r s Pine sank 11 of 14 free throws The Panthers, Cowboys and snapped a seven-game los- in the period to preserve the Bulldogs wrap up the touring streak with the Big Sky lead. The Hawks (9-9 overall, nament today. League win over the Griz- 3-1 Sky-Em) play at Elmira on Hood River Valley...... . . . . 33 zlies. Kaylin McAfee led Cen- Tuesday. Mountain View.... . . . . . . . . 24 tral Christian with 16 points, Gladstone ..... . . . . . . . . . . . 57 HOOD R I VE R — The and Kelsey Stealey added 10 M adras ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 Cougars trailed by 22 points GLADSTONE The afterthe first four matches, points.The Tigers outscored White Buffaloes used a 20- b ut by t a king four o f t h e Griswold 25-D in the fourth quarter. Central Christian (3- point second quarter to take next five c ontests, Moun14 overall, 1-8 Big Sky) hosts a 10-point lead into the half, tain View pulled to within but after shooting just 21 per- single digits. At 160 pounds, Condon-Wheeler tonight. BOYS BASKETBALL cent after the break, Madras however, in the second-toSummit..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 fell to the Gladiators in a last match of the evening, Ridgeview.... . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Tri-Valley Conference show- the Eagles' Jeremy Fischer Cade Cattell scored a game- down. "We didn't get stops p inned Toby Arndt i n t h e high 23 points for Class 5A when we needed it, and we first period to seal the Hood couldn't make shots when we River Valley dual-meet vicSummit, which finally shook 4A Ridgeview in the Interneeded it," said White Buf- tory. Nathen Martin recordmountain Hybrid contest at falo coach Allen Hair, whose ed the Cougars' lone fall, Summit High. "They shot the team was outscored 23-11 in and one of just three overall ball really well and they're the third quarter. "That's a on the night, pinning Raresilient," said Storm coach bad combination." Jhaylen fael Villegas in I minute, 45 Jon Frazierof the first-year Yeahquo scored a team-high seconds, in the dual's final Ravens. "Anytime we would 18 points, with Jered Pichette match at 170.

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IntermountainConference MOUNTAINVIEW (51) — MaddyBooster 13, Platner 12,McCadden10, Waldrup6, Alexander4, Warren 3, Cant3, Farnsworth, Johnson,Reeves, Platner, Bailey,McCarthy. Totals 1813-28 51. REDMOND (38) — Brittny Benson9, Baker 7, Current 7,Wilson6, Wiliams5, Bergum4, Lennie, Dannis.Totals 14 5-10 38. MountainView 18 7 11 15 — 51 Redmond 8 15 7 8 — 3 8 Three-pointgoals—Mountain View: Platner2; Redmond: Benson 3,Wilson2.

Claybaugh 2, Riblett 2, Trumbull. Totals 34 3-4 75. TRINITYLUTHERAN(9) —GabePhilis 5,Dunn 2, Carpenter2, L.Philis, Atnip,Law,Kruger,Nihei, C. Knauss, D.Knauss, Dlano,Akiyama.Totals 4 0-69. 24 27 8 16 — 75 Triad Trinity Lutheran 3 2 2 2 — 9 Three-pointgoals— Triad:S.Estabrook3, Powless 2;Trinity Lutheran:Eidler 3. NORTHLAKE(64) — Individual sconng not available.Totals not available. GILCHRIST(70) — HunterNelson17, Link16, Tr. Koch 13McGregor9, D. Lowell 8, Boone4, Ta. Koch3 Totals278-1670. North Lake 13 16 14 21 — 64 Gilchrist 21 10 18 21 — 70 Three-pointgoals—North Lake:not available; Gilchrist: Nelson3,McGregor 2,Tr. Koch2, Link.

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CROOK COUNTY(29) —Jessie Maley-Loper 9, Sever ance6,Smith6,Estes4,Wood2,Apperson2, Bannon, Malott. Totals116-729. BEND(77) — Mekayla Isaak15, JessicaMcClay 15, Burnham 13, Sylvester6, Crook6, Maloney5, Kramer4 Hayes4, Froelich 3, Lundy2, Evert 2, Mattox2. Totals3015-2377. C rookCounty 6 7 12 4 — 2 9 Bend 23 21 19 14 — 77 Three-pointgoals—CrookCounty: Loper; Bend: Crook,McClay

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN (39) Bryson Eells12, Roberts10,Stewart 6,Sibley 6,Bryant2, Poole I, Koo, Kruse DavisTotals166-2539. . GRISWOLD (52) — DerekClark18, Bennett12, Cope 7, Thompson6,Sprenger5, C.Jones2,Hack2, Rochelle.Totals 21 6-11 52. Central Christian 9 4 1 2 1 4 — 39 Griswold 1 2 23 8 9 — 5 2 Three-pointgoals—Central Christian:Eells; Griswold: Clark3,Cope.

SUMMIT (55) Sarah Heinly 16, Trejo14, Char 7, Hasenoehrl 7,Edwards4, Cuniff 3, Nichols 2, Dugast2, Powers, Nichols, Carter Totals 201117 55.

RIDGEVIEW (41) — McKenzie Hidalgo23, H. Wilder 12,Ross4, Stroup2, Wilcox, C. Simmons, Durre, D.Wilder. Totals17 7-NA 41. Summit 6 13 24 12 — 55 Ridgeview 5 6 14 16 — 41 Three-pointgoals —Summit: Trejo 4, Heinly3, Char;Ridgeview:none. CLASS4A

Sky-EmLeague SWEETHOME(42) — JordanMiler 9, Kent8, Brendle 7,Marchbanks6, Corliss 5, Anderson4, Gillespie2,Davis1,Bell, Stewart.Totals1510-2542. LA PINE(64) — Holi Glenn14, KatieMickel14, Foreman 9, Boen8, Conklin 7, Huddleston6, Haigler 4, Smith 2Michaels,Pierce.Totals 2612-1964. 8 12 14 8 — 42 Sweet Home La Pine 25 21 12 6 — 64 Three-pointgoals— SweetHome.Kent, Brendle; La Pine:None. SISTERS (67) —Taylor Nieri 34,Edwa rds16, Spear13,Petterson2, Henson2, Craig, Rowe,Ricker. Totals 19 26-4067. ELMIRA (64) —SaraKesling 16, Heitzman13, Sink12, Lay11, Ingram 6, Messman2, Robbins 4, Palmer.Totals24 13-2664. Sisters 11 7 15 18 16 — 67 Elmira 9 13 12 17 13 — 64 Three-point goals — Sisters. Nieri 2, Edwards; Elmira:Heitzman2, Sink. CLASS1A

Mountain Valley League NORTHLAKE(31) — KarrahDavidson 10,Mo. Phillips 9,Brown6,J.Stockton4,Fine2, Nelson,Harris, Vore Mor.Philips,T.Stockton.Totals12 4-7 31. GILCHRIST(59) — AshleyJames27, CJames II,Shuey 10,Longbotham 7,Johnson 4,Krohnke, Archer,Lowell, Bean,Berling. Totals 21 11-1759. NorthLake 6 12 5 8 — 3 1 Gilchrist 12 15 20 12 — 59 Three-pointgoals—NorthLake: Mol. Philips 3; Gilchrist: C.James3,A.James3. TRIAD (31) —SarahEstabrook 12,Powless 1I, Li 4, E.Estabrook2, Stiler 2, E.Vanover, J.Vanover. Totals11 4-8 31. TRINITY LUTHE RAN(44) — Emily Eidler17, Carpenter9, Clift 8, Murphy4, Spencer 4, Sample 2, Cowan,Martin. Totals 18 5-13 44. Triad 6 5 7 1 3 — 31 T rinity Lutheran 1 2 1 0 13 9 — 4 4 Three-pointgoals — Triad:S. Estabrook3, Powless 2;Trinity Lutheran:Eidler3.

Big SkyLeague CENTRAL CHRISTIAN (49) —Kaylin McAfee 16, Stealey10, Duke9, Hannay6, Allen 4, A. Brunoe 4.Totals 20 5-11 49. GRISWOLD (41) — PadenFlerchinger15, Gabnei14,Goodwin 6,Burgess 2,Mize 2,Jackson 2, Craig.Totals185-1741. Central Christian 1 2 4 8 2 5 — 40 Griswold 11 12 5 13 — 41 Three-pointgoals—Central Christian: McAfee2, Stealey2, Griswold.none.

Boys Basketball Friday's games CLASS5A

Intermountain Conference REDMOND (56) — TrevorGenz24, Rodby13, Dahlen 9, Brown5, Bordges4, Powell 1, Cravens, ThomasTotals 19 10-1856. MOUNTAINVIEW(49) — Ments Haugen16, Modin 6,Lannin8,Siefken 0,Logan4,Webb 3,Carroll 2, Haney,Roth, Hjelm, Kurzynowski. Totals 17 10-11 49. Redmond 12 10 19 15 — 56 Mountain View 7 15 11 16 — 40 Threepoint goals Redmond: Genz4, Rodby 2, Brown,Bordges;MountainView:Haugen2, Webb, Lannin,Logan.

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Bowman12,O'Neal 12,Alvarez8, Rollins 4, Stanton 2, Aamodt 2,Stiles, Johnson,Albrecht. Totals 28 2-4 62.

SUMMIT (73) — Cade Catell 23, Moyer16, Ritc hey14,Dermon6,Rasmussen 6,Lucas4,Menefee 2, Higlin l, ReevesI, Michalski, Mullen.Totals 27 13-22 73. Ridgeview 14 18 14 16 — 62 Summit 19 16 15 23 — 73 Three-point goals — Ridgeview: Mendarona 2, Bowman,Alvarez; Summit: Cattell 2, Dermon2, Moyer,Ritchey. BEND (61) — David Larson16, Parsons11, Beaumarchais9, Spitler 9, Robinson7, Johnson4, Ricke r3,Harmeson2.Totals1820-2861. CROOK COUNTY (48) — TroyBenton19, Mahurin10, Dees 8, Washechek4 Dean3 Tavernia2, Sutfin 2,Rutz,Cooper.Totals 1610-15 48. Bend 19 11 14 17 — 61 C rookCounty 7 18 5 1 8— 4 8 Threepoint goals Bend: Beaumarchais 2, Spitler 2,Johnson;CrookCounty: Benton 3, Mahurin 2, Washechek. CLASS4A

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Girls Team scores— Summit236,Bend 172,Mountain View106.

200 medleyrelay — 1,Summit A(GiannaBelza, Ali EppleKay , inIvy,CatrionaSmith),2:06.38. 2, BendA (Anna2erger, Aislin Goldrick, MateaDean,AlyssaBiork), 2:00. 08.3,Mountain View A (Abby Andresen,Jade Marken, PhoebeWeedman,Emily Lawrence),2:12.78. 4, SummiB t (MikaylaGrover,SkylerHowe, KenzieVincent, Kate Gireath),2:16.45.5, BendB (Frankie Bonacker, SabrieMcMahan,Katie Carew,Elie Garling),2:2022. 6, MountainViewB(CarriannElms, AlyssaCannon, Kory Thompson, Julia Gorman), 22031 200 freestyle — JenniferRobeson,B,2:08.98. 2, Jennifer Lyon, 6, 2:18.46. 3, JuliaGorman,MV , 2:10.60. 4,SarahWilson, MV,2:22.57. 5, Emily Lawrence,MV,2:22.81. 6, LauraRobson, S,2:24.63. 7, AnnaZerger, B,22644 8 KateGilreath, 6,2;3623. 200 individual medley —1, MackenzieHalligan, 6, 2:13.65.2, Ali Epple,6,2:18.66. 3,BrookeMiler, B, 2:26.18. 4,MadisonLeapaldt, MV,2:4166. 5, Skyler Howe,6,2:4211. 6,JadeMarken, MV,2:47 26.7,Paige Simone au,6,2:51.36.6 Carriann Ems,MV,2:58.63. 50 freestyle — 1,BellaWiener,B,25.99. 2,Merritt Allen, 6,26.71.3, PhoebeWeedman, MV, 27.23. 4,GiannaBelza,6,26.36.5,KenzieVincent,6,29.69. 6, FrankieBonacker,B, 2975. 7, Aislin Godrick, B, 29.98. 6,AddieBenson, B,30.31. 100 butterfly — 1,MackenzieHaligan, 6,1:01.63. 2, ChynaFish, B,1:05.26.3, Kaylin Ivy,6, 1:08.20. 4, Frankie Bonacker,B,1:2132.5, KatieCarew, B,1:21 68. 6, KatieSimpson,6, I:23.45. 7, AlyssaCannon, MV , I:27.13. 6,KoryThompson,MV,1:33.09. 100 freestyle — 1, Merritt Allen, 6, 57.50.2, Bella Wiener,B,57.72 3,JenniferRobeson, B,58.67. 4, PhoebeWeedman, MV, 59.12. 5, MatteaDean, B, 1:01.54. 6,EmilyLawrence,MV,1:03.80. 7, Julianne Belza,6,1:04.43.0, LauraRobson,6,1:05.63. 500 freestyle — 1,MadiBrewer,6, 5:31.72. 2, Brooke Mii er,B,5:37.03. 3, ChynaFish, B,5:37.12 4, JenniferLyon,6, 6:04.69. 5, EllieGarling, 8,6:17.01. 6, MadisonLeapaldt, MV,6:33.21. 7, MikaylaGrover, 6, 6:4672. 8,JadeMarken, MV,6:52.82. 200 freestyle relay 1, Summit A(Mackenzie Halligan,Merritt Allen, Ali Epple,Madi Brewer), 1:44.81. 2, BendA (ChynaFish, Jenniter Robeson, BrookeMiler, BellaWiener),1:45.99. 3, BendB(Mattea Dean,AnnaZerger, Aislin Goldrick, FrankieBonacker),1:57.13.4, MountainViewA(Sarah Wilson, Juila Gorman,MadisonLeapaldt, Kaitlyn Gleason), 2:00.43. 5,Summit B(Catriona Smith, JulianneBelza, LauraRobson,Kaylin Ivy)2:00.45. 6, Mountain View B(GabrielleGonzalez, JamieMcCoo, Veronica HolmEriksonDanielleCheney), 2:17.74. 100 backstroke — 1, Ali Epple, 6, 1.05.05. 2, GiannaBetza,6, 1:07.41. 3, Julianne Belza,6, 1:1207. 4,AnnaZeIger, B,11219. 5, CariannElms, MV, I:14.28. 6,KateGireath, 6, 1:14.47. 7,Ellie Garling, B, I:18.78. 100 breaststroke — 1,MadiBrewer, 6,1.17.35. 2, Kaylin Ivy, S,1:18.13.3, MatteaDean,8, 1:21.12. 4, Aislin Goldrick, B, 1:21.66 5, SkylerHowe,6, I:22.45. 6,SarahWilson, MV,I:23.11. 7, EricaLargent, 6,1:2639.8, Julia Gorman,MV,1:26.81. 400 freestyle relay — 1,Summit A(Mackenzie Haligan,Merritt Allen, GiannaBelza, Madi Brewer), 3:50.46. 2,BendA(ChynaFish, BrookeMil er, Jennifer Robeson,BellaWiener)3:58.16. 3, MountainView A(AbbyAndresen, PhoebeWeedman, Sarah Wilson, Emily Lawrence) 4:21.57. 4,Summit B(Erica Largent, Kenzie Vincent,KateGilreath, LauraRobson),4:31.57. 5, Bend B(Ellie Garling,AddieBenson, Katie Carew, BriaunaJones), 4:4101. 6, MountainViewB(Alyssa Cannon,KoryThompson, CariannElmes, Madison Leapaldt),4:5268 Boys Team scores— Summit219,Bend154,Mountain ViewI 03. 200 medley relay 1 , Summit A (John Hartmeier,ConnorBrenda,Marshal Allen, Adrien Calmels), 1:44.27. 2, Mountain View A (Joseph Murphy, BrandonDeckard, Tim Gorman, Kodiak Arndt),1:47.82.3, Summit B(Dalio Losch,MaxCook, MichaelHartmeier,ZackBarry), 1:56.56. 4, BendB (Christian Dffenhauser,R.J. Emick,Austin SnyderJewsbury,BrianNelson), 2:01.14. 200 freestyle —1,JohnHartmeier, 6,1:52.78. 2, JeremyMoon,6,1;57.66. 3,Christian Dlfenhauser,B, 2:01.34. 4,JosephMurphy, MV,2:03.40. 5, Brandon Brown, B, 2:11.39. 6, MaxCook, 6, 2:17.61. 7, Jaden Boehme, B,2:2075. 6, KadeBachman, MV,2:27.67. 200 individual medley 1, BrandonDeckard, MV, I:59.15. 2,ConnorBrenda,6, 2:07.12.3, Dalio Losch, 6, 2:20.67. 4,Michael Hartmeier,6, 2:20.99. 5, GarrettRoss,B,2:24.23.6, ZackBarry, 5, 2.24.39. 7, Austin Snyder-Jewsbury, B,2:24.74. 8, Matthew Kerins,2:31.16. 50 freestyle — I, JosephMurphy, MV,23.57.2, Tim Gorman,MV,24.66. 3, KodiakArndt, MV,24.91. 4, Adrien Calmels, 6, 25.30. 5, JordanSheller, B, 25.426,Cole Moore,B,2500.7,l.oganStevens,6, 25.06. 0,DalioLosch,6 26.60 100 butterfly — 1,MarshallAllen, 6,56.92.2, Aidan Soles,5, 58.54 3, NathanBrown, B,1:01.77. 4,JeremyMoon,6, 1:03.20.5,JordanSheller, B,1:0806. 6, Brandon Brown,B,I:08.91. 7,Garrett Ross,B,1:11.54. 100 freestyle — 1,JohnHartmeier, 6, 50.70. 2, AdrienCalmels,6,53.65.3, Christian Offenhauser,8, 57.32. 4,KodiakArndt,MV,57.57.5,LoganStevens, 6,5772.6, CoieMoore,B,5773. 7,Justin Gi lette,B, 58.22. 6,R.J Emick,8, I:03.72. 500 freestyle — 1, AidanSoles,6, 510.54. 2, ZackBarry, 6,5:42.07.3, NathanBrown, B, 5:42.6B. 4, MatthewKerins, B, 5:56.96 5, TimGorman, MV , 6:10.61. 6,AndyRhine, B,6:13.34. 7, GageKauffman, B, 6:15.96. 200 freestyle relay — 1,Summit A(John Hartmeier, JeremyMoon,Adrien Calmels,AidanSoles), 130.77. 2, Bend A (Nathan Brown, JordanSheller, JadenBoehme,Garrett Ross),1:43.24. 3,Summit 8 (LoganStevens,Hayden Martin, NoahAskew,Da

SWEETHOME (64)— GrantKauff man18,Danieis16, Porter12,Sarter9, Jutte6, Dixon3, Hutchins, Gaskey.Totals 245-1064. LA PINE (73) —Tyler Parsons18, CameronKraft 18, J.Ramirez14,Boen10,Wieber10, Syres4 Gacke 2, A. Ramirez, Turnsplenty. Totals 23 21-3273. SweetHome 18 4 1 5 2 7 — 64 La Pine 18 14 14 23 — 73 Three-point goals — SweetHome:Daniels 4, Sarter 3,Kauffman2, Dixon, Porter; LaPine: Kraft 2, Parsons2, Syres,J. Ramirez. SISTERS(45) — RyanPollard 16, Moore15, Harrer10, Adams 2, Luloff 2, Lewis,Larson. Totals 18 7-10 45. ELMIRA(49) — JessepFay15,Reed 12, Bryant 8, Admire6, Curtis 4, Messman2, Boggs 2, Gabica. Totals 22 3-840 Sisters 15 10 6 14 — 45 Elmira 12 12 15 10 — 49 Three-pointgoals — Sisters: Pollard 2;Elmira: Reed2.

Tri-Valley Conference MADRAS(53) Jhaylen Yeahquo16, Pichette 15, Haugen14, Wolfe 4, Spino2, Mitchell, Fine,T. Smith. Totals1911-15 53. GLADSTONE (57) Ryun Gibson19, Stoutt18, Kelly 7,Smith6, Browning3, Wiliams2, Galvin 2,D. Williams, K. Wiliams. Totals 25 4-9 57. Madras 16 20 11 6 — 53 Gladstone 15 11 23 8 — 57 Three-pointgoas— Madras: Haugen2, Pichette 2; Gladstone: Stoutt2, Gibson. CLASS1A

Mountain Valley League TRIAD (75) —ThomasHolland19, McGrew16, Brain 10,Dvgard8, Munson8, Etchevers 5, Patel 5,

Wrestling Friday's results HoodRiverValley 33, MountainView24 At Hood River HighSchool 106 — Howe,MV,wins by forfeit. 113 — Jolley, MV, def. J. DeHart, HRV , 9-4. 120 — Marquez, HRV,def. J.T. Ayers,MV,10-5. 126 Winebarger, MV, def.Ortega,HRV , 9-1. 132 — Pitcher,MV,def. Mallon, HRV, 9-2. 138 — A.DeHart, HRV,def. Dliver, 5-2.145 — Rojas,HRV , def. Radaiord MV,7-3. 152 Wright, MV, def Peterson,HRV9 3 160 —Pischer,HRV , pinsArndt, MV,1:30.170 — Marlin, MV, pins Vilegas, HRV,1:45.182 — Swafford, HRV , del. Rushton,9-1.105 — Morgan,HRV,def. Roberts, MV,3-2.220 Hemandez, HRV,winsbyforfeit. 285 —Dominguez,HRV, pins Bach, MV,2:37.


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Mountain View's Erik Siefken, center, shoots over Mason Rodby (10) to score during the first half against Redmond at Mountain View on Friday night.

Cougars Continued from C1 Mountain View cut the lead to four points, 53-49, with 16.3 seconds left in the final period, but three free throws by Genz and a timely block by Dahlen sealed the win. "Genz hit some shots early and then got confident," Mountain View coach Craig Reid said. "And Dahlen was essentially a point forward for them all night.... They executed extremely well." Sophomore point guard Ments Haugen led the Cougars (12-3, 2-2) with 16 points, seven rebounds and six assists.Despite Haugen's big game, Mountain View shot just 35.4 percent from the floor and turned the ball over 14 times. Grant Lannin added eight points and seven rebounds for the reigning IMC champions. "We pressured them pretty good with our (2-3) zone," Redmond coach Jon Corbett said. "Nate (Powell) and Derek (Brown) at the top of the zone did a great job creating

pressure. They were a huge spark." The Panthers, who have handed the Cougars two of their three losses this season, hit 19 of their 45 shots on Friday night (42.2 percent), including eight of 23 from the 3-point line. Redmond, which registered nine steals, also recorded nine points off t urnovers. Mountain View had just two. "Yeah, we got two from them now," Genz said about beating the Cougars for the second time this month. "But we want three." Now riding a seven-game winning streak, the Panthers host Crook County in an Intermountain Hybrid contest on Tuesday. Mountain View, which had won four in a row before Friday's game, hosts Ridgeview on Tuesday.Redmond and Mountain View meet again for the third and final time this regular season at Redmond High on Feb. 12. — Reporter:541-383-0305; beastes®bendbulietin.com.

The Associated Press ATLANTA — Kyle Korver said the Hawks owed the Celtics a big comeback. This one was really big. Korver scored 27 points, most on 3-pointers, and Atlanta overcame a 27-point deficit in the first half to beat Boston 123-111 in d ouble-overtime on Friday night, handing the Celtics their s i xt h s t r aight loss. Boston's biggest lead came in the second quarter. Korver remembered the Hawks led by 19 points, also in the secJohn Bazemore /The Assoaated Press ond period, before the Celtics Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle rallied for an 89-81 win in At- Korver (26), left, works against lanta on Jan. 5. Boston Celtics guard Rajon "We hada good example of Rondo for the ball during Friday night's game in Atlanta. Atlanta how to come back from what they did to us the last time," won 123-111 in double-overKorver said. time. Jeff Teague had 23 points for A t lanta b efore f o uling out in the first overtime. Al betterscreens and you getbetHorford had 24 points — in- ter passes," Korver said. cluding seven in the second Korver's eighth 3, with 2:26 overtime — and 13 rebounds. remaining in regulation, cut Josh Smith, who opened the Boston's lead to 98-96. Horsecond overtime with a three- ford's two free throws with point play, had 17 points and 1 minute remaining tied the 14 rebounds. game at 98-all to set up the The Celtics (20-23) fell three first overtime. games under.500. With the game tied at 105-all "It's definitely a tough pill in the first overtime, Courtney to swallow," said Paul Pierce. Lee's steal from Horford set up "We've got to have some sort Lee's two free throws to give of discipline. That's the key Boston the lead, but Smith tied word for us. It is cause for the game with a jam. concern. We've got to come in Pierce, who had 12 points, with the mindset to play for 48 missed a jumper at the end of minutes." the first overtime. "It seems we let our foot up Kevin Garnett had 24 points and 10 rebounds but fouled out off the gas," Rondo said. "We in the second overtime as the have to stay positive and conCeltics were left with their lon- tinue to move forward and gest losing streak in six years. try to dig our way out of this Rajon Rondo had 16 points, hole." 11 assists and 10 rebounds for The Hawks outscored the his fifth triple-double of the Celtics 16-4 in t h e s econd season. overtime. "We had a chance to put this Jeff Green had 17 points for game away, man. We didn't do Boston. Courtney Lee had 16 that," Garnett said. "We gave a points and Avery Bradley had team life. You can't do that. 14. "Korver came out, obviously Boston appeared headed for got hot, and we couldn't turn it a rout when it led 48-21 in the off." second quarter. "The most important part is Korver had all of his careerhigh eight 3-pointers in the how we didn't lay down in the second half, setting a f r an- second half," Smith said. chise record, and five in the Also on Friday: fourth quarter. Spurs ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 " When yo u m a k e s o me Mavericks...... . . . . . . . . . . . 107 DALLAS — Tony Parker shots, all of a sudden you get

returned from a cut above the same eye he injured in a nightclub incident last summer and scored 23 points to lead San Antonio over Dallas. Heat..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 P istons..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 8 MIAMI — D w yane Wade scored 29 points and sparked a pivotal run to help Miami earn its fourth victory in a row by beating Detroit. Cavaliers ...... . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Bucks ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 CLEVELAND Kyrie Irving scored 35 points and Cleveland rallied from a 20point deficit in the third quarter to defeat Milwaukee. Wizards ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Timberwolves...... . . . . . . . 101 W ASHINGTON — J o h n Wall had 14 points and five assists in his first start of the season, an d n o - longer-last Washington finally hit double digits in wins. Bulls ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 W arriors..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 C HICAGO — K i r k H i n rich scored a season-high 25 points, hitting six o f s even three-pointers i n C h i cago's victory over Golden State. Grizzlies..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 N ets..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Marc Gasol had 20 points and nine rebounds and Memphis built a 30-point lead in the second half en route to a victory over Brooklyn. Rockets ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 H ornets...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 NEW ORLEANS — James Harden had 30 p oints and Houston broke out of its worst slump of the season by beating New Orleans. Thunder..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

Kings........... . . . . . . . . . ..95 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Kevin Durant had 24 points and 11 rebounds, Kevin Martin scored 24 points and Oklahoma C it y o v e r came a slow start t o o v erwhelm Sacramento. Lakers...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 J azz..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 LOS ANGELES — Metta World Peace hit five 3-pointers on his way to scoring 17 points and the Los A n geles Lakers pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Utah, snapping a four-game skid.

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Continued from C1 Allen also won the 100 free and finished second in the 50 free, and Epple was first in 100 backstrokeand second in the 200 IM. Bella Wiener and Jennifer Robeson led the Lava Bears girls with individual victories. Robeson wonthe 200 free and Wiener the 50 free. Wiener added a runner-up finish in the 100 free and teamed with Robeson, Chyna Fish andBrooke Milleron second-place 200 freerelay and 400 free relay squads. For the Cougars, Phoebe Weedman recorded a third-place result in the 50 free and a fourth-place finish in the 100 free. In the boys competition, Summit's John Hartmeier was the only four-event winner. He finished first in the 200 free and 100 free races and was a part of the winning 200 medley relayand 200 free relay teams. He teamed with Connor Brenda, Marshall Allen and Adrien Calmels in the 200 medley relay, and with Calmels, Aidan Soles and Jeremy Moon in the 200 free relay. Allen added two

individual wins (100 fly, 100 back) while Soles picked up a victory in the 500 free. Brandon Deckard won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke for Mountain View. And, along with Joseph Murphy, Kodiak Arndt and Tim Gorman, he earned a narrow victory — six one-hundredths of a second — against the Storm in the 400 free relay to close out the meet. Murphy also was an individual winner, in the 50 free. Austin Snyder- Jewsbury recorded the top individual result for the Lava Bear boys, a second-place finish in the 100 back. Nathan Brown was third in the 100 fly and 500 free, and Christian Offenhauser matched those results in the 200 free and 100 free. Brown, Jordan Sheller, Jaden Boehme and Garrett Ross added asecond-place effort in the 200

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Washington114,Minnesota101 Atlanta123,Boston01, 20T Cleveland113,Milwaukee108 Miami 00, Detroit 88 san Antonio03, Dallas107

Chicago103, GoldenState87 Memphis101,Brooklyn77 Houston100,NewOrleans82 Oklahoma City105, Sacramento 95 L.A. Lakers102,Utah84 Today'sGames NewYorkat Philadelphia, 4p.m. Cleveland at Toronto, 4p.m ChicagoatWashington, 4p.m. Minnesota atCharlotte, 4:30p.m. Brooklyn at Houston,5 p.m. Phoeni xatSanAntonio,5:30p.m. GoldenStateatMilwaukee,5:30 p.m. Sacramento atDenver, 6p.m. IndianaatUtah 6:30p.m. L.A. Cl>pp ersat Portland, 7p m. Sunday'sGames Miami atBoston,10a.m. Dklahoma City at LA. Lakers, 12:30p. NewOrleansat Memphis, 3 p.m. Detroit atOrlando,3p.m. AtlantaatNew York,330p.m PhoenixatDallas,4:30 p.m. Portland at LA. Clippers,6.3II p.m.

Summaries Friday's Games

Spurs 113, Mavericks 107 SANANTONIO(113) Leonard2-84-410, DiajN4-11 0-010, Splitter 5-6 3-5 13, Parker9-165-7 23, Green4-9 0-0 11, Nea 7-13 2-2 18,Blair 10-132-422, Jackson0-5 0-0 0, Ginobili 0-20-00, Bonner1-30-02, De Colo1-32-2 4, Baynes 0-00-00 Totals 43-8918-24113.

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60-2 4,Drummond3-6 0-2 6,Daye2-4 4-4 9, Bynum 4-7 4-413, Vilanueva1-50-02, English1-2 0-0 2, Jerebko 0-10-0Ij. Totals34-7216-23 88. MIAMI (110) James9-14 5-623, Haslem3-3 0-0 6, Bosh510 4-5 14,Chalmers2-61-2 6, Wade12-20 5-529, Alien 3-63-411, Cole3-81-1 7, Battier1-4 0-0 3, Anthony1-10-02, Miler1-10-02, Andersen1-10-0 2, Lewis 2-30-05, Jones0-00-00. Totals43-77 19-23 110. Detroit 31 20 17 20 — 88 Miami 30 30 24 26 — 110

Cavaliers 113,Bucks108 ATLANTA (123) Smith 7-203-9 17, Johnson5-8 1-1 11, Horford 7-1510-1124,Teague8-11 5-6 23, Korver8-133-3 MILWAUKEE (108) Mbah aMoute4-6 0-0 9, llyasova11-21 3-4 30, 27, Harris4-134-414,Pachulia1-10-02, Pargo1-7 sanders7-u 0-1 14, Jennings 5-19 01 14, Ellis 0-0 2, Jenkins1-40-02, Stevenson0-21-21, Scott 0-0 0-0 0.TotaIs 42-94 27-36 123. 8-20 3-4 21,Dunleavy1-6 1-2 4, Udoh2-2 1-1 5, 2-2 0-0 4 Udrih 3-5 Ij-0 7. Totals 43-92 Boston 29 2 816 25 9 4 — 111 Henson Atlanta 10 2 8 31 29 9 16 — 123 8-13 108. GLEYELAND I113) Gee1-50 02, Thompson 814 2218, Zeller 38 0-06, Irving12-179-935,Waiters6-123-316, GibRockets100, Hornets 82 son 2-6 0-1 6,Walton2-41-3 5, Livingston 6-8Ij-0 12, Speights4-72-410, Casspi 0-10-00, Ellington HOUSTON (100) 1-40-0 3.TotaIs45-86 17-22 113. parsons5-130-110,paterson 8-u 1-218,Asik0Milwaukee 21 38 31 18 — 108 40-00, Lim 3-66-813, Harden8-1512-1230,Douglas Cleveland 18 32 31 32 — 113 1-40 03, GSmith1-20-1 2, Morris 3 60 08,Delfimo 5-9 0-014, J.Anderson 0-0 Ij-0 0, Aldrich0-0 0-00, Beverley 0-12-2z Totals 34-7121-26100. Wizards114, Timderwolves101 NEWORLEANS(82) Aminu5-100-0 u, Davis4 72-210, Lopez2-42MINNESOT A(101) 26, Vasquez1-60-02, Gordon6-146-820,Thom as Kirilenko 5-9 6-8 17, Williams 6-17 5-B 18, 0-2 0-00, J.Smith2-50-04, R.Anderson6-13 7-719, 1-3 0-02, Rubio1-82-2 4, Ridnour 7-12 Roberts2-7 0-04, Rivers3-0 0-1 6, Mason0-1 0-0 Stiemsma 0-0 14, Cunningham 3-9 2-48, Barea6-130-1 13, 0, Henry 0-00-00. Totals 31-8017-20 82. G elab al e 7 -101-215,Johnson3-63-69,Amundson Houston 27 21 32 20 — 100 0-11-21. Totals39-8820-33101. NewOrleans 18 2 2 25 17 — 82 WASHINGTON (114) Webster5-7 0-013, Nene6 92-414 Okafor 4 6 0-08, Wall 6-102-314, Beal 6-112-216, Price 3-7 Bulls103, Warriors87 0-0 6, Vesely3-40-0 6, Seraphin 5-90-0 10, Crawford 7-10 2 219,Ariza3 60-0 6, BookerIj 4 2 4 2, GOLDEN STATE(87) Singleton0-0020, Temple0 00 00. Totals 48 83 Bames0-4 3-4 3 Lee 6-15 11-1223, Ezeli 0-0 10-17 114. 0-0 0, Curry7-18 4-4 21,Thompson 4-135-5 13, Minnesota 25 21 27 28 — 101 Biedrins0-00-0 0, Jack5-120-011, Green1-30-0 Washington 29 31 31 23 — 114 2, Landry2-52-26, Jefferson1-30-0 2,Jenkins 0-1 0-0 0, Tyler1-20-0 2, Bazemore 0-2 4-6 4. Totals 27-7829-33 87. Thulider105, Kings 95 CHICAGO (103) Butler 6-10 4-4 16, Boozer7-21 1-2 15, Noah OKLAHOMA CITY (105) 6-0 2-614, Hinrich8-113-4 25, Hamilton2-611 Durant7-129-924, Ibaka4-9 6-814, Perkins1-3 5, Belinelli 1-51-1 3,GibsonIj-40-0 0, Mohammed 0-0 2, Westbrook 7-183-418, Setolosha5-8 0-110, 0-0 0-0 0,Robinson10-160-0 22, Cook1-3 0-03, Teague 0-00-00,Radmanovic0-10-00.Totals41- Martin 9162 224,Collison 232 26, Liggins01 222, Thabeet0-01-21, Jackson 2-20-04,Jones0-2 88 12-18 103. 0-2 0-00.Totals 37-76 25-30 105. G olden State 13 37 16 21 — 87 0-0 0, Maynor sAGRAM E N T 0 I95) Chicago 31 32 21 19 — 103 Salmons 2-50-05,Thompson5-11 4-814, Cousins 6-162-3 14, Thomas2-5 3-37, Evans6-113-4 16, Thornton4-82-213, Johnson3-7 0-06, RobinGrizzlies 101, Nets77 son 2-50-04, Fredette 2-80-06,Outlaw4-1II1-1 10. Totals 36-8615-21 95. BR00KLYN I77) Oklahoma City 2 7 3 1 28 19 — 105 Wallace0-31-21, Evans5-71-411, Lopez 8-15 Sacramento 30 21 16 28 — 95 2-518, W>lliams 4-103-512, J.Johnson4-102-211, Humphri es0-42-22,Bogans2-4 0-05,Blatche3-5 2-28, Watson3-83-39,Brooks0-40-00,Teletovic Lakers 102,Jazz84 0-1 0-0 0.Totals 29-71 16-2577. MEMPHIsI101)

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Heat110, Pistons 88 DETROIT (88) Prince3-70-08, Maxiel1-40-02, Monroe12-17 7-831, Knight4-71-39,Singler1-60-02,Stuckey2-

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Woods takes over lead at Torry Pines The Associated Press SAN DIEGO — Tiger Woods made it look easy on a dreary day at Torrey Pines and wound up in a place he hasn't been in five years. He had the 36-hole lead by himself at one of his favorite PGA Tour stops. Woods didn't miss a shot during a fourhole stretch around the turn on the North Course that included a 5-iron to 5 feet for eagle and a wedge that one-hopped off the pin to set up birdie. It carried him to a 7-under 65 on Friday and gave him a two-shot lead in the Farmers Insurance Open. "I feel good right now," Woods said. "I'm leading the tournament." Woods was at 11-under D3 and had a two-shot lead over Billy Horschel, with six other players two shots behind. Already a favorite with seven wins as a pro at Torrey Pines, Woods had even more in his favor going intothe weekend. He had a 74-0 edge in PGA Tour wins against the next seven players behind him. Horschel, who had to go back to Q-school to get his card last year, had a 69 on the South Course to get into the final group. "It's a good day and I'm excited about tomorrow — I get to play with Tiger," Horschel said. "I found out when I tapped in for par. I realized he was leading and I was in second place. So yeah, looking forward to that." Woods caught a break in the draw by playing the easier North — it's about 600 yards shorter — on a day of light rain, a late breeze and soft conditions. But he kept the ball in play off the tee, and he only got in trouble once. That was on the par-4 eighth hole when he drove into a tough lie in the bunker, and it led to his only bogey. There's a simple formula for playing the North — make birdie on the par 5s and pick up a few more on the short par 4s. And that's just what he did. Woods missed birdie putts inside 8 feet on the opening two holes and was taking baby steps until he took off. It started with a 25-foot birdie putt on the 17th. He followed with the 5-iron that landed just left of the pin on the 18th, a two-putt birdie on the par-5 first hole, and his wedge that took one hop, struck the flag and settled 4 feet away. It was similar to Thursday on the South Course when he played five-hole stretch in 5 under, only this time, Woods finished strong. His approach to the seventh spun back and ran over the cup to set up a short birdie, and he finished off his routine day with a 5-wood onto the ninth green for another two-putt birdie. "Drive the ball well here and you're going to probably have four iron shots into the par 5s," Woods said. "You sprinkle that in with probably four or five wedge shots in there, a round of 6- or 7-under par is definitely conceivable." Brad Fritsch, a rookie from Canada, had a 67 on the South Course to lead the group of sixplayers at 8-under 136. The others were Casey Wittenberg, Steve Marino, Jimmy Walker, Josh Teater and Erik Compton, whom Woods referred to as "remarkable" for being a two-time heart transplant recipient and being on the PGA Tour. Defending champion Brandt Snedeker didn't fare so well. After opening with a 65 on the North, he made only one birdie and twice took bogey on the par 5s on his way to a 75 that left him seven shots behind. K.J. Choi, who had a 65 on the South Course, couldn't break par on the easier North and had a 73 to fall five behind. In another event on Friday: Englishman up three strokes in Qatar DOHA, Qatar — England's Chris Wood shot an 8-under 64 to take a three-stroke lead over New Zealand's Michael Campbell and two others after the third round of the Qatar Masters. Wood had a 15-under 201 total. Campbell had a 68 to match England's Simon Khan (64) and Sweden's Alexander

Noren (66) at 12 under. Spain's Sergio Garcia (70) and South Africa's Branden Grace (67) were 11 under.

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Tiger Woods acknowledges the gallery after making an eagle putt on the18th hole at the north course of the Torrey Pines Golf Course during the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open Friday in San Diego.


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The 28-year-old Flacco grew up in The Associated Press South Jersey and starred at Audubon OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Maybe High School, a short ride from PhilaDelaware is the new Quarterback U. delphia. He went to Pittsburgh at first, When Joe Flacco takes the field with but transferred to Delaware after redthe Baltimore Ravens against San shirting his freshman year and playFrancisco, he'll be the second former ing in just three games in 2004. Flacco Blue Hens quarterback to start a Super didn't get a transfer exception from BowL Rich Gannon was the first with then-Pitt coach Dave Wannstedt so he Oakland 10 years ago. had to pay his way to Delaware. That's more than powerhouses USC, If he has any student loans bills reTexas, Oklahoma and Florida commaining, Flacco can easily pay those bined. It's one more than Miami, Michoff after this season. He's eligible to beigan, Tennessee, Penn State, Florida come a free agent and surely will get a State, Syracuse, Nebraska and Pitt. lucrative contract from the Ravens. Stanford, UCLA, BYU, Maryland All he cares about now is hoisting and Washington State also have two. that Vince Lombardi Trophy on Feb. 3. "I think it's just one of those things Only Notre Dame, Alabama, Purdue and California have three. you dream of when you are a little kid," he said. "You watch Joe Montana Quite an impressive feat for a second-tier football college in the secondand those guys light them up in the Susmallest state in the U.S. per Bowl. So, to be here at this point is It's a good thing Flacco didn't turn to pretty special." baseballwhen he hoped or he may not Gannon exchanged text messages have even made it to the NFL. with Flacco before the AFC title game The story goes like this. After his juat New England last week and spoke nior season at Delaware, Flacco went to him several times during the seato then-coach K.C. Keeler and told him son. As a broadcaster for CBS Sports he'd like to pitch for the Blue Hens' and SiriusXM NFL Radio, Gannon baseball team in the spring. Keeler has covered many of Flacco's games and other coaches persuaded him to and knows him well. "I don't think Joe cares about indiconcentrate on football. Over the years, the context of that vidual awards," Gannon said. "He's conversationhas been reported differalways been a team guy and they ent ways. Flacco set the record straight wouldn't be there without him. I think he's misunderstood. A lot of people this week, making it clear he simply wanted to play two sports and wasn't think he's aloof or he's not into it, but considering quitting football. a lot of young players don't like to deal "K.C. misrepresents that," Flacco with the media. He's ultra-competitive, he's become one of the leaders of that said. "I just wanted to play baseball because I liked baseball. I never was givfootball team and he's done an outJack Dempsey/The Associated Pressfile ing up on football. I always had a lot of standing job." confidence in my ability there. I just Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will be the second quarterback who atAnd to think Flacco went to Delawanted to have a little bit of fun." tended Delaware to start in the Super Bowl. The first was Oakland's Rich Gannon. ware, aschool that's produced fewer Flacco had an outstanding senior than 25 NFL players and only five year and led Delaware tothe FCS were quarterbacks. Scott Brunner, Jeff championship game against Appa- 2008. touchdown passes and not a single Komlo and Andy Hall are the other "I'm really happy for him and as a interception. His biggest achievement, three. lachian State. He wowed Baltimore's scouting department in a long workout former Blue Hen, I'm really proud," though, is beating Peyton Manning Flacco and teammate Gino Gradbefore the draft and ended up being said Gannon, who was the NFL MVP and Tom Brady on the road in con- kowski, a backup offensive lineman, selected by the Ravens with the No. 18 in 2002 when he led the Raiders to the secutive games to help the Ravens win will be the fourth and fifth former Blue overall pick in 2008. Super Bowl, a loss to Tampa Bay. their second AFC championship. Hens to play in a Super Bowl. Gannon, "His careeris offto a terrific start "This isn't just i nstant success," Ivory Sully (Los Angeles Rams) and Since then, Flacco has done things no other quarterback has accom- and you can only imagine what will Gannon said. "You go back and study Ben Patrick (Arizona Cardinals) were plished during the Super Bowl era. happen next Sunday if he's able to the guy and this has happened over on losing teams. "To have this opportunity is pretty Flacco is the first quarterback to lead get the job done and win a w orld the last five years. He has some rare his team to a playoff victory in each of championship." talent. He can really throw the ball and cool," Flacco said. "There are a lot of his first five seasons. His six postseaFlacco has padded his already re- he has good mobility for a guy his size. people in this league that can't say son wins on the road rank first and he markable resume this month. In three He's going to get better and the team they've ever gotten to this point, so it leads the league with 62 victories since playoff games, he's thrown e ight around him is going to get better." definitely feels good to get here."

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Continued from C1 "This is a landmark moment for students with disabilities. This will do for students with disabilities what Title IX did for women," said Terri Lakowski, who for a decade led a coalition pushing for the changes. "This is a huge victory." It is not clear whether the new guidelines will spark a sudden uptick in sports participation. There was a big increase in female participation in sports after Title IX guidance instructed schools to treat female athletics on par with male teams. That led many schools to cut some men's teams, arguing that it was necessary to be able to pay for women's teams. Education Department officials emphasized that they did not intend to change sports traditions dramatically or g u arantee students with disabilities a spot on competitive teams. Instead, they insisted schools may not exclude students based on their disabilities if they can keep up with their classmates. Federal laws, including the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, require states to provide a free public education to all students and prohibit schools that receive federal money from discriminating against students with disabilities. Going further, the new directive from the Education Department's civil rights division explicitly tells schools and colleges that access to interscholastic, intramural and intercollegiate athletics is a right. The department suggests minor accommodations to incorporate students with disabilities onto sports teams. For instance, track and field officials could use a visual cue fora deafrunner to begin a race. Some statesalready offer such programs. Maryland, for instance, passed a law in 2008 that required schools to create equal opportunities for students with disabilities to partici-

Continued from C1 "I ended up on a golf course so I could be outside every day," says Ramey, whose retirement began with the new year. "And it's been great." Ramey first became an assistant golf pro at Wilshire Country Club in Los Angeles in the early 1970s. After four years, he had enough of the smog and the traffic of the big city. A skier, too, he headed north to the Pacific Northwest looking for a place to settle.

pate in physical education programs and play on traditional athletic teams. And Minnesota awards state titles for disabled student athletes in six sports. Increasingly, those with disabilities are finding spots on their schools' teams. "I heard about some of the other people who joined their track teams in other states. I wanted to try to do that," said Casey Followay, 15, of Wooster, Ohio, who competes on his high school track team in a racing wheelchair. Current rules require Followay to race on his own, without competitors running alongside him. He said he hopes the Education Department guidance will change that and he can compete against runners. "It's going to give me the chance to compete against kids at my level," he said. Some cautioned that progress would come in fits and starts initially. "Is it easy? No," said Brad Hedrick, director of disability services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and himself a hall-offamer in the National Wheelchair Basketball Association. "In most places, you're beginning from an inertial moment. But it is feasible and possible that a meaningful and viable programming can be created."

Roots Ramey's Southern California roots are evident in his tendency to slip a 'man' in on any sentence, and by his laid-back demeanor. "I think he could get along with just about anybody," says Bill St. Jeor, superintendent at Sunriver's Crosswater Club, where St. Jeor b egan working fo r R amey i n 1994. Otherwise — whether Ramey has skis on his feet or a golf club in his hands or hanging out in the log home he built himself near the Fall River, where he often fly-fishes — he is all Central

Oregonian. Which is why he never left after his first trip here in 1974. "From the day I got here, man, I never thought of leaving," says Ramey, who met his wife of 35 years, June, at Sunriver and raised two sons here. "This is just the most beautiful place — the sky, the air, the water. I love the mountains. Love the golf courses. The fishing is unbelievable." Before he came to Central Oregon, hehad lived like a vagabond, visiting places that included Banff in Canada and Seattle. At the recommendation of some friends, he happened upon a fledgling resort with one quirky golf course near the small town of Bend. He saw the l ittle downtown homes, and figured the rent had to

be cheap. "Then I hiked to the top of M ount Bachelor that day a n d skied down and said, 'Man, I'm going to live here,' " Ramey recalls. "I went up (to Seattle) and got my stuff and moved down here." Ramey's first job in Central Oregon was as the storeroom manager at Sunriver Lodge. But his desire to work outdoors became too great, and that first summer he joined the maintenance crew on the South Course (now known

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as the Meadows course). The balance between fertilizer and water, the effectsoftop-dressing — all of it fascinated Ramey right from the start.

mental stewardship, i n cluding preserving wildlife habitats such as the famous bald eagle nest off Crosswater's 13th green. Gilhuly says Ramey's passion "Mowing greens every day and for animals is clear when the two trying to figure how you make the of them tour the course together and Ramey becomes part Jack greens thebest you possibly can all the time, and what are those Hanna, the r enowned animal ingredients, that's what got me go- expert. "When he points out those eaing in golf-course maintenance," says Ramey. gles, he can tell you all about them With no formal education in and how old they are," Gilhuly golf-course maintenance, Ramey says. turned the South Course into his Ramey was a pioneer of sorts classroom. He raked traps and in his sparing use of chemicals, mowed greens, tees, fairways and such as pesticides and fertilizers, roughs and rebuilt bunkers. Gilhuly adds. And in 1999 CrossHe became the irrigation tech- water became the first course nician, then moved up to assis- in Central Oregon to be named tant superintendent an d l a t er an Audubon Sanctuary by the the superintendent of that South Audubon Society of New York Course. State. "It was all on-the-job training," "Jim doesn't talk about it, he says Ramey, who retired as the does it," Gilhuly says of using resort'sdirector of agronomy. "I s ustainable practices i n g o l f did everything on that South golf course maintenance. "He is really in tune with nature. He would course." be the perfectmodel as far as a

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Ramey quickly became a turf expett. "He just has an eye for it," says longtime friend Larry G i lhuly, who oversees turf quality for the Western Region of th e U n ited States Golf Association and first met Ramey in the late 1970s. Ramey's resume is impressive: He grew in two transformational golf courses, the Woodlands in 1981 and Crosswater in 1995, that each upped the ante on Central Oregon golf. He has kept Sunriver Resort's three regulation courses manicured for dozens of championships, including The Tradition, a Champions Tour major championship played at Crosswater from 2007 through 2010. With a passion and talent for architecture, Ramey designed Quail Run Golf Course in La Pine, the final nine holes at Crooked River R anch, shaped Missing L i nk s Golf Center in Redmond, and codesigned Caldera Links at Sunriver Resort. Crosswater might have been his baby, but "every little project has been so cool," Ramey says. Along the way he has developed a reputation for being an expert's expert in golf maintenance. "He's been an enormous help to me," says St. Jeor, who has known Ramey for nearly 30 years. "He has been a real influence with a lot of superintendents around here." What impresses the USGA's Gilhuly most is Ramey's environ-

course for a superintendent in the environmental-sustainability area."

Hanging around Ramey still lives with his wife in the log home they built. And like any grandfather, he looks forward to visits from his adult sons and his grandchild. He plans to consult for Sunriver. But he wants to get back to

playing golf. "I still think about golf and

my golf swing all the time," says Ramey, a solid 10 handicap. "I am gripping a golf club all win-

ter and making golf swings all winter. "I'll keep doing that until I just can't do it anymore." Last fall he and June visited the golf courses of Ireland. A few years earlier they played the famed links of Scotland. "Now I don't need to go any-

place," Ramey says with a laugh. "It's too hard to travel." Most of all, Ramey will continue to be a Central Oregonian, with even more time to do all the

things — golfing, fly-fishing, photography and particularly skiing — that brought him here in the first place. "That's how I wanted to live my life," Ramey says. "That's why I ended up livinghere, because I wanted to be able to do that every day that I possibly could." — Reporter:541-617-7868, zhall@bendbulletin.com.

demo day atTetherowGolf Club in Bend on Saturday, Feb. 2, as part

of the grand opening celebration for The Tetherow Golf Academy building. The event, led by Mike

Lewis, the academy's director of instruction, will include demos of TaylorMade equipment includ-

ing the company's new r1 driver, which goes onsale to the public on the same day.Open to the pub-

lic, the event includes appetizers, beverages, samples ofTaylorMade Lethal golf balls, and a drawing for an r1 driver and Adidas golf

shoes. For more information, call Tetherow at 541-388-2582. — Sulletin staff report

GOLF SCOREBOARD The Bulletin welcomescontributions to its weekly local golf results listings and events calendar. Clearly legible items should be faxed to the sports department, 541-3850031, emailed to sports@bendbulletin.com, or maile d to P.O.Box 6020;Bend,OR 97708.

Club Results DESERTPEAKS Thursday Men'sClub, Jan. 17 Net Blind Draw 1, Joe Kirkwood/Gerry Elis, 141. 2 (tie), Ken SouthwickiLoyPeteresen,147;AlDupont/DeanHunt, 147.

KP — MikeFunk. LD — AlDupont. SundayGroupPlay,Jan. 20 Blind Draw Gross: 1, Mike Gardnerieob Ringering, 164. 2, Gary HopsorVJimManion, 167.Net: 1, Chuck Schmidt/DonKraus,143 2, Jim Bauman/Val Paterson,144 KP — MikeGardner. LD — MikeGardner. EAGLECREST

Men's Club, Jan.16 at Ridge Course One LowGross, TwoLowNet 1, Jim Hawke s/Roger Palmer/GaryJackson/Dan Myers, 208. 2 (tie), Tim SwepeiDonWyatt)Ron Brown/Billy Balding,211;Jerry Coday/JimKelly/Me chaelReynolds/BobHocker, 2u. 4, MarkScot/Jerry Rogers/PeterO'Reily/Peter Brown,213.5,RonWolle/ Mike Narzisi/rerryBlack/SteveGould, 214. Men's Club, Jan. 23 at Ridge Course Two LowNetPlus Bonus 1, RogerPalmer/JerryVolf/TerryBlack/PatKenny, 11Z 2, RonWolfe/Jim Kelly/AlanFalco/DanMyers, 116. 3 (tie), DanBroadley/Peter trReily/Joe Kosannvic/Ray Dupuis,117; JimHawkes/Mike Bessonette/ Chris Williams/GaryJackson, 117; ReedSloss/Jerry Rogers/HenryRogers/BohHocker,117. KAH-NEE-TA

Central OregonWinter Series, Jan. 18 2013C.O.W INTER SERIES January 18, 2013 KAH-NEE-TA

1st Flight —Gross:1, PatOG ' orman/Les Bryan, 59. 2, CharlieRice/TimCecil, 73. 3 itiel, TonyBlasius/DonOlson,74;Scott CravensiAlan Kellogg, 74. 5, ZachLampert/Jim Montgomery, 75 Net:1, Sean Remer/RigoMontes.67. 2, RonSeals/Harry Paik, 68. 3 (tie), PatHuffecgennis Glender,59, CraigJohannesen/Ted Mischkot, 69.5 (tie), BohGarza/Bil Boos, 71; ScottHolmberg(BradPatrick,71. 2nd Flight — Gross:1, TimJohnson/iomWimher y, 73. 2 (tie), TimSwope /ReedSloss, 80;Mike Close/DarylHleresen,80. 4 (tie), RogerPalmer/Mark Scott, 81;GregSollers)RonPope, 81. Net: 1 (tie), HowardZangari/DenmsBrockman, 56; DeweySpringer/TonyAshcraft, 65. 3 (tie), KoryCallantine/Dave Ratzlaff, 68,Robert Holley/DanPolis, 60. 5,Franklin Ear s/JerryHarris, 70. Skins — Gross: Callantine(Ratzlaff, No. 4; Holmberg/Patrick, No. 8; Blasius/Olson, No. 10; Close/Hieresen,No. 15;Garza/Boos, No. 10 Net: Close/Hleresen,Nos.15, 16;Wimberiy/Johnson, No. 2, Hostetleriyyiggins,No.7. KPs —0-12handicaps:ScottCravens,No.10.13 andhigher:RogerPalmer, No.l.

Hole-In-One Report Jan. 20 EAGLECRESTRIDGE Nancy Dolby, Redmond

No. 3............. 102 yards........ gapwedge The Bulletin welcomes contributions to its weekly local golf eventscalendar. Itemsshould be maile d to P.O.Box 6020,Bend,OR 97708; faxed to the sporls deparlment at 541-3050831; or emailed tosporlsObendbulletin.com. TOURNAMENTS Feb. 1 — CentralOregonWinter Seriesevent at MeadowLakesGolf Clubin Prinevile. Triple-sixtournamentbeginswith an11 am shotgunTwo-person teams withnomorethan oneprofessionalalowedper team.Costis $30for prolessionals, $50foramateurs. Cost includesgrossand netskinscompetitions. Cart costs extra.All playersmustsignup bynoononthe Thursdaybeforethe event. To register or for more information, call Pat Huffer,headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at541-923-5343or email himatcrrpat@ crookedriverranch.com . Feb. 2 —SuperBowlScramble at MeadowLakes Golf Coursein Prineville is afour-personscramble. Eventteesoffwith a10a.m.shotgun. Costis$15p us greenfee.Formoreinformation orto register, call the Meadow Lakespro shopat541-447-703. Feb. 22 —CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat CrookedRiverRanch. Aggregateshamble begins with an 11 a.m.shotgun.Two-personteamswith no more than one professional allowedperteam.Cost is$30for professionals,$50for amateurs. Costincludes gross and netskinscompetitions. Cartcostsextra. All players must signuphynoonontheThursdaybeforetheevent To registerorfor moreinformation, call PatHufer, head pro atCrookedRiverRanch, at541-923-6343or email him atcrrpatI crookedriverranch.com. March 2 — PolarBearOpenis anindividual stroke-playtournament atMeadowLakesGolf Course in Prineville.Individualstroke-playtournamentteesoff with a10a.m.shotgun.Costis $20plus greenfee. For moreinformationorto register,cal theMeadowLakes pro shopat 541-447-7113. March 9-10 — TheKah-Nee-Ta Spring Invitational atKah-Nee-TaHigh Desert Resort on theWarm SpringsIndianReservation is presentedbytheOregon Chapterof thePGA.Admission is freeto spectators. For moreinformation, caI 541-553-4971or visit www .

orpga.com. March 15 —Central OregonWinter Seriesevent at JuniperGolf Coursein Redmond Better-ball tournamentbeginswith an11 a.m.shotgun. Two-person teamswithnomore thanoneprolessional allowedper team.Costis $30for professionals, $50foramateurs. Cost includesgrossand netskinscompetitions. Cart costs extra.All playersmustsignup bynoononthe Thursdaybeforethe event.To register or for more information, call Pat Huffer,headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at541-923-6343or email himatcrrpat@ crookednverranch com. March 22 —Central OregonWinter Seriesevent at Pronghorn Club's NicklausCoursenear Bend. Scramblebeginswithan11 a.m.shotgun.Two-person teams withuomore thanoneprofessional allowedper team.Costis $30for professionals, $50foramateurs. Cost includesgrossand netskinscompetitions Cart

costs extra.Al players mustsign up bynoononthe Thursdaybelorethe event. To register or for more information, call Pat Huffer,headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at541-923-5343or email himatcrrpat@ crookedriverranch.com . April 1 — CentralOregonSeniors Golf Organization eventat EagleCrestResort in Redmond. The format is individualgross andnet hestball, as well as teambest hal. Cashprizes awardedat eachevent. Tournamentseries is opento men'sclub members at host sites,andparticipants musthaveanOregonGolf Associationhandicap.Cosl is$150for theseason plus a$5 per-eventfee.Formoreinformation, call TedCarlin at 541-504-4054.


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BRIEFING

Geithnerwon't take Fedreins WASHINGTON — As

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner prepared to leave office Friday,he was clear about one thing he won't be doing in the

future — running the Federal Reserve. Fed Chairman Ben

Bernanke's second term expires in January 2014,

and the speculation is he will not seekreappointment. Geithner has been

rumored as potential a replacement. Asked about the possibility, Geithner dis-

missed it. "Not a chance," he told Politico. With Geithner out of the picture, Fed Vice Chair Janet Yellen moves to the top of the list of potential replacements if

on erence wi ocus on e u ure By Rachael Rees

If yoiI go

The Bulletin

An economist will offer his forecast for the Central Oregon economy and the former CEO of Intel will discuss the need for improvements in education Thursday at The Riverhouse Convention Center in Bend. "If you're concerned about the 'fiscal cliff,' taxes, education, real estate, the stock market, the economy in general and how little old Central Oregon is going to be affected by this, then you're going to want to come to this conference," said Keith Rivera, chairman of the Oregon Centerfor Economic Research and Forecasting and organizer of the event, the 2013 Oregon Business Conference

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and Economic Forecast. "It's so people can plan, be prepared and be more knowledgeable about their own affairs." Since 2008, Rivera said, economist Bill Watkins has accuratelypredicted economic trends for Central Oregon at the conference. Watkins, executive director of the Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University, is scheduled to present his forecast for the nation, state

Klingensmith

What:2013 Oregon Business Conference and Economic Forecast Where:The Riverhouse Convention Center, 2850 N.W. Rippling River Court, Bend When:7-11:30 a.m. Thursday

Buehler

Cost: $100throughW ednesday;$125dayofevent Contact:http://oregon.clucerf.org/events

and region, with a primary focus on Central Oregon. Also scheduled to speak are Craig Barrett, former CEO of Intel; Katherine Klingensmith, senior economic and policy strategist for UBS FS Wealth Management Research; and Knute Buehler, orthopedic surgeon and former Republican candidate for Oregon Secretary of State. "We need to talk about solutions, not just economic numbers that have been dismal and negative since

2008," Rivera said. "Let's talk about what we can do to make things better in Central

Oregon." Klingensmith said her focus will be the attractiveness of the U.S. as a place to do business, global economic competition and the national implications of new legislation. Barrett said he'll discuss

the importance of education for providing the training for jobs in biotech, health care, software development and other industries. They will be the path to creating new companies, products, services and wealth — not natural-resource based jobs, he said. — Reporter: 541-617-7818, rrees@bendbulletin.com

Bernankestepsdown. — From wire reports

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BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR TODAY • Small-business counseling: SCORE business counselors will be available for free one-on-one smallbusiness counseling; no appointment necessary; free; 10 a.m.-noon; Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave.; 541-3 l2-1050 or www. scorecentraloregon.org. • Know Money, Junk in Your Drawers, Cashin Your Pocket: Learn about selling and investing in coins, metals and other collectables; 2 p.m.; Downtown BendPublic Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; 54 I-6 l7-7080. SUNDAY • Know Money, RealLife Buried Treasure: Gold prospecting talk including metal detector and gold panning instruction; 1 p.m.; La Pine Public Library,16425 First St.; 54 l-536-0515. TUESDAY • Mid-Oregon Construction Safety Summit: Designed for residential and commercial construction workers; the theme is "Safety TakesEvery Person. Get in Step"; continuing education credits are pre approved for the Construction Contractors Board, Building CodesDivision (plumbers andelectricians) and Landscape Contractors Board; conference attendees can also choose from14 different classes, suchas fall protection and multiemployer worksite safety; registration required; $65; The Riverhouse Hotel 8 Convention Center, 2850 N.W. Rippling River Court, Bend; www.orosha.org/ conferences. WEDNESDAY • Oregon alcohol server permit training: Meets the minimum requirements by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission to obtain an alcohol server permit; registration required; $35; 9 a.m.; RoundTable Pizza, 1552 N.E. Third St., Bend; 541-447-6384 or www. happyhourtraining.com. THURSDAY • Healthcare Reform, What OregonEmployers Need to Know: Presented by PacificSource Health Plans; aimed at employers of all sizes looking to gain information to lead their companies through the implementation of health insurance exchanges and other provisions of the law; $15 includes breakfast; 7:30-10:30 a.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School,700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www. healthcarelawguide.com/ events/bend. • Green drinks: Hosted by Savy Agency; network, learn about other businesses and their sustainability efforts and share a drink or two with like-minded community members; 5-7 p.m.; Bend d'Vine, 916 N.W.Wall St.; 54 l-323-3277.

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Jeff Cunningham works in the projection room at the Rubidoux Drive-In Theatre recently in Riverside, Calif. Hollywood will stop producing 35-millimeter prints sometime this year, and drive-ins must switch.

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As the night grew darker, a cold wind whipped across the asphalt expanse of the vintage Rubidoux Drive-In Theatre in Riverside, Calif. A howling gust banged open the door to the snack bar, where hot dogs glistened on metal spits and the black-and-white linoleum floor gleamed. Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" flickered to life on the colossal screen — for an audience of eight cars. This time of year is always slow at drive-in theaters, which have been struggling with declining attendance for decades. But it's not just cold weather that has made this a winter of discontent. The digital revolution is here, and that could mean lights out for many of the nation's 368 surviving drive-ins. Hollywood is expected to stop distributing 35-millimeter film prints to all U.S. theaters later this year. The vast majority of indoor theaters — hardtops, in drive-in lingo ��� have already converted to digital projectors, but 90 percent of drive-ins have not, according to an industry trade group. Conversion costs of $70,000 or more per screen could be too expensive for many drive-ins. The Rubidoux plans to convert to digital projection, but its owner says the switch will be a struggle for many others. The drive-in market today is a shell of what it was in the late 1950s,when teens and big families in big cars found drive-ins a fun alternative to indoor theaters. At their peak, there were more than4,000 drive-ins, accounting for 25 percent of the nation's movie screens. Today, that's down to 1.5 percent. By the late 1980s, more than three-quarters of American drive-ins had closed as multiplexes proliferated. Urban sprawl and soaring land values led many to be bulldozed to make way for malls and other commercial developments. The drive-ins that survived have been doing better in the past decade, spurred partly

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u by cost-conscious families who can see double features or first-run movies at half the price of the hardtops, said National Association of Theatre Owners spokesman Patrick Corcoran. For younger audiences, there's the chance to travel back in time. "My car's pretty roomy, and it's chill to sit there together," said Casey Welch, 19, who was at the Rubidoux Drive-In with girlfriend Jonnie Byrd. In most of the country, drive-ins close for the winter. Some may not reopen this

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the image. Booths with a digital projector also need to be retrofitted with special glass,more vents,stronger air conditioning and an Internet connection. projectionists who used to put film onto reels will instead insert a jump-drive into a server the sizeof a refrigerator. But many proprietors can't

afford these upgrades. The family of Gerry Herringer, owner of the Cottage View Drive-In in Cottage Grove, Minn., once owned 21 theaters in the Twin Cities. Converting his only remaining theater would cost Herringer about $75,000. Instead, he's selling the land to Wal-Mart.

debated ingredient The Associated Press NEW YORK — PepsiCo Inc. is removing a controversial ingredient from its Gatorade sports drink in response to customer complaints. A spokeswoman for the company, Molly Carter, said Friday that the move was in the works for the past year after the company began

"hearing rumblings" from consumers about the ingredient, brominated vegetable oil. She said it wasn't a response to a recent petition on Change.org by a Mississippi teenager. The ingredient is also listed in other drinks, including some flavors of Powerade, made by rival Coca-Cola Co. The Atlanta-based company did not say whether it would remove the ingredient from Powerade as well but noted that it takes customers' concerns into account when looking for ways to improve its drinks. Ingredients in food and drinks have come under greater scrutiny in recent years, helped by the ability of consumers to mobilize online. The petition on Change.org noted that brominated vegetable oil has been patented as a flame retardant and is banned in Japan and the European Union. Ithad more than 200,000 supporters Friday. For Gatorade, Carter said the ingredient is used as an "emulsifier," meaning it distributes flavoring more evenly so that it doesn't collect at the surface. She said it was used only in select flavors such as orange and citrus. Brominated vegetable oil, or BVO, is still used in other drinks, including Coca-Cola's Fanta and PepsiCo's Mountain Dew. Carter noted that the ingredient is not banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and that the decision wasn't the result of any health or safety concerns. She said it was to address concerns expressed specifically by Gatorade customers.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • Chris Piper,a Certified Advertising Specialist in Bend, was selected as a committee member on the Promotional Products Association lnternational Public ( Relations Committee and as a certified advocate for the trade association. Piper Bostwick Hoover Williams Leach has been involved in the promotional products industry for 20 years. for the High Desert Museum and the • Karol Aldrich, Peggi Schonlngand Kyle Deschutes Land Trust in Bend. Williams Boeddekerhave joined Prudential Northwest is co-owner of RiverRim homebuilder Properties in Bend. Tamarack Homes. • Carolyn Bostwick, Nancy Hooverand • Bea Leachof John L. Scott Real Estate in Linda Williamshave joined HomeSmart Redmond was the top listing agent for her Central Realty in Bend as Team11Northwest. office for the fourth quarter of 2012. Bostwick was previously the managing • Autumn Kirkwoodhas joined Attitudes broker of Sunriver Realty's Bend office. Salon in Bend. Hoover worked as director of development • Scott Steele,of Steele Associates

In this role he will be responsible for overseeing the Hydro Flask warehouse and making sure customers receive shipments on time. Villano has16 years of experience in operations management, most recently at Steele Brunot R o s ell Ruffwear Inc. He has abachelor's degree in historyfrom Idaho State University. • Jeanette Brunotof John L. Scott Real Architects in Bend, was invited to and attended the Governor's Cutting Edge Estate in Redmond has beenelected as the Communities Symposium. The focus of the secretary for the Women's Council of Realtors event was to learn about ways the governor for 2013. plans to work with communities across • David Rosell,President of Rosell Wealth Oregon on energy efficiency, renewable Management in Bend, has been invited to energy, infrastructure and transportation speak at the lnternational Million Dollar projects. Round Table annual meeting in Philadelphia. • Rocco Villanohas joined Hydro Flask in More than 4,000 financial professionals Bend as the newsenior operations manager. representing 79 countries will be attending.


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It's only a plant, after all t started with the ficus. N ever the most robust of houseplants, the ficus on my stair landing had started to look dry and yellowed. Once glossy leaves lost their luster. I need to water that, I thought when I noticed it. And then I moved on to the math homework, or the office job, or the seemingly endless task of teaching my 7-year-old how to tie his shoes. A week or two later, I noticed it again. I walk by the plant a dozen times a day, and I always see it, I suppose, but I rarely notice it. But now, I noticed it. Half its leaves had dropped onto the floor, dead and dry as dust. Its twigs looked skeletal. The remaining leaves clung to their branches like aspen leaves at the end of autumn — like one stiff breeze would send them all skittering to the ground. I need to water that, I thought. And then I moved on to the laundry, packing lunches, discussions with my 10-year-old about non-

SPOTLIGHT

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JULIE JOHNSON

of Nonviolence will fea-

ture a series ofevents celebrating the legacies of Martin Luther King Jr.,

MahatmaGandhi, Cesar Chavez, Wilma Mankiller ABOVE: These are three representatives of different kinds of head coverings worn by women of the Plateau Indians.

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LEFT: This dance roach is made from the guard hairs of a porcupine.

— Julie Johnson is the features editor at The Bulletin. 541-383-0308, jj ohnson@bendbulletin.com

Here is a list of events: Today:A spiritual

diversity conferencefeaturing Allan McKiel, author of "Beyond Toler-

ance: Religion andGlobal Community," and Wajdi Said, founder of the Muslim Educational Trust. 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., COCC's Willie Hall.

Monday, Feb. 11and Feb. 25:"The New Jim

Crow: Mass Incarceration in theAgeof Color Blindness," a book dis-

IN EVERY • An exhibit of Native Americanclothing gives aglimpse into tribal life and fashion

cussion with professor Jim Foster. Noonto1 p.m., 118CascadesHall on the OSU-Cascades Campus. Thursday:Aquestion-and-answersession with photojournalist Joel Preston Smith about

how we viewIraqis and the Iraq War.6:30 p.m., COCC's Hitchcock Auditorium.

sensical English language spelling conventions. Soon, I noticed the spider plant in the dining room was wilted. Its long slenderleaves were drooping sadly. Some ofthem were already brown and dried up. I need to water that, I thought, kicking myself for letting my houseplants wither under my care. And then I moved on to dinner, or Facebook, or laughing with my kids at the latest knock-knock joke to be making the rounds of second grade. I may have cleaned the bathroom or found the latest lost shoe, but I did not remember to water the plants. Then I saw the philodendron in the family room. It was in bad shape. Its vines were black, its leaves fallen off. Dust and even a few cobwebs had accumulated in the pot, a pot that was already chipped and cracked and had even been Super Glued back together after a kid had knocked it to the floor. The poor philodendron. It deserved better. I should have watered it, I thought for the hundredth time. I used to take fastidious care of my houseplants. I'd water them, but never too often. When they got dusty, I'd rinse them gently in the shower, or wipe their leaves with a damp cloth. I watched them bloom. I'd carefully transplant them to larger pots to accommodate their growth, and I'd clone their excess stems so I could make more houseplants for my windowsills and end tables. But now? What kind of nurturer could I possibly be if even the houseplants under my care wither and die? At that thought, I put on the brakes. That line of questioning is a trap. It's the trap of believing modern moms can't succeed unless all of their ducks — good jobs, clean homes, perfect kids, happy husbands, home-cooked dinners and healthy houseplants — are in a perfect row. It's the trap of magazine covers and TV sitcoms that shame us into thinking all of those things matter equally. It's the trap of self-expectation that leads to self-hatred when we fail to live up to what it seems the world expects of us — or maybe just what we have been taught to expectofourselves. I've fallen into that trap often, and I'm tired of it. Here's the truth: We can't do it all. And in my house, the houseplants are the first victims of me being spread too thin. And you know what? I don't care. I'm not less of a mother because my houseplants can't survive a few weeks of neglect. I'm not less of a person becauseIforget — in the face of the everyday chaos of life — to water my plants. I am more of a mother because I choose to spend my time on math homework and shoe-tying lessons, rather than caring for the ficus. I am a better parent because I'd rather laugh at knock-knock jokes than fret over the life of a philodendron. (The philodendron is dead, by the way, but the ficus is still hanging on by a thread. I'll try to water it tonight.)

and other advocatesfor nonviolent change.

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sons I Learnedfrom my Grandfather," a presentation by Mahatma

Gandhi's grandson Arun Gandhi. 6:30p.m., COCC's Willie Hall. A private reception will

follow. Toregister, email kaylward©cocc.edu. Each event is free,

except the ArunGandhi lecture, which is $25per person. Tolearn more about the lecture series and find out what else the

two campusesaredoing as part of theseason on nonviolence visit www.

cocc.edu/mcc-events.

Cookbook author sets signing Ray's Food Place will Visitors enjoy looking at the "Head to Toe" exhibit at the High Desert Museum in Bend earlier this week. The exhibit, which features clothing from the Plateau Indians, will be on display until early May.

writer from Hillsboro, will sign her cookbook,

"Dishing UpOregon," at

Ray's in Redmond today from11 a.m. to1 p.m.,

and at the store's Bend location from 3 to 5 p.m. She will also be at

Ray's in Sisters for a book signing on Sunday from11 a.m. to1 p.m.

Gartland's cookbook focuses on Oregon products, produceand food artisans. Samples of Black Butte Porter mustard, rustic sausage

and kale pasta will be served. Contact: 541-3187297. — From staff reports

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$10, ages 5-12, $7,ages 4and younger free Contact:www.highdesertmuseum.org

children requiring a car seat should not ride the shuttle). The shuttle leaves from the parking lot at Morning Star Christian School, 19741 Baker Road, Bend.

In a story titled "Early bird gets the trail," which

instructor.

What:"HeadtoToe:The Language ofPlateau Indian Clothing" Whenj10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through May 5 Where:High DesertMuseum, 59800 S.U.S.Highway 97, Bend Cost:Free today (it's Mid Oregon Credit Union Free Family Day); Other times, adults, $12; 65 and older

This is encouraged asparking is limited (although

book signing andtasting weekend. Gartland, a food

If you go

Note about parking:Those hoping to attend the free day can take advantage of a free shuttle to the museum.

Ashley Gartland for a event at three Central Oregon locations this

By Alandra Johnson • The Bulletin

lothes may not exactly make the man, but they certainly can tell a story. Looking at the new High Desert Museum exhibit"Head to Toe: The Language of Plateau Indian Clothing," visitors can take in a wide range of clothing worn by Plateau Indians and get a better grasp of what their lives may have been like. The exhibit (see "If you go") is a combination of clothing pieces from the museum's collection and from the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute in Pendleton. From moccasins to arm bands to headgear, the exhibit features a wide range of clothing. The goal of the exhibit was to showcase the diversity of clothing worn by Plateau Indians, according to Dana Whitelaw, vice president of programs at the museum. Plateau Indians are those who lived roughly between theCascades and the Rockies. "Everybody has an image of what Native American clothing is in their heads," said Whitelaw. This exhibit shows the wide variation that can exist. The museum tried to put together a captivating collection to showcase the diversity of objects available, says Whitelaw. "It's artistry through clothing." Some of the pieces are quite unusual. A large coat that is featured in the exhibit's central display case is certainly a head-turner. It is dated to the early 20th centuryand features very bright blocks of colorin a plaid-like pattern. If one didn't know better, one might assume it was made out of modern-day fleece. See Exhibit/D5

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HOME SCHOOLING

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

ioneer oo s o e uure Eyre' in first grade," she said, a nd later g r aduated f r om Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., at 18. She started reading the Bible in college, where she was also influenced by the books of the evangelist Francis Schaeffer, which she was given by students sitting "at the Jesus Freak table." Pride is as skeptical of many trends in technology and educationas she is ofm any trends in churches. The early 1990s, she said, were "the golden age of educational software." It was like Eden before the fall. "It wasn't all 'Let's find a Hollywood voice actor,' or 'Let's meet the Common Core standards,'" she said. "They were being innovative." Pride r eminisced f o ndly about games l ik e R o cky's Boots and R obot O dyssey, "where you solved puzzles by inventing things." But now, "education software qua software has pretty much died," she said. "There used to be this huge thriving market of stuff parents would buy their children, but if you look at Amazon now, it's a few branded programs, like 'Blue's Clues,' and it's all very gradelevel and organized."

By Mark Oppenheimer New York Times News Service

Back in 1993, when Mary Pride and her husband appeared with their eight children in the first issue of Wired magazine, it was hard to say what seemed strangest: that the Prides were Protestants who rejected birth control, that they home-schooled their children or that in home schooling they relied heavily on computer software. All t hose choices would have seemed bravely countercultural, or just weird. "Bill and Mary Pride have eight kids, all of them homeschooled," begins the short profile, under th e h eadline "Crash-Tested H o m ework." The family's home classroom is "stuffed with a Mac, Apple IIGS, Amiga, a 386 clone, various CD-ROM devices, Nintendo, a Miracle piano system, and so on." The small photograph accompanying the article shows Bill Pride, with his beard and wide red suspenders, presid-

ing over a gaggle of children and two stone-age desktop computers. "In between lessons," the article continues, "Ma and Pa and their computer-savvy kids have evaluatedevery piece of educational software known to be on the market. The kids are ceaseless and merciless testers." Curious readers could find the family's judgments summed up in "Prides' Guide to Educational Software," published the previous year. Today it is clear that Mary Pride, who would later have a ninth child, was ahead of her time. Not only has skepticism of birth control increased in the evangelical community, but home schooling has become more widely accepted, by Christians and secularists alike. In 2007, according to the most recent count by the National Center for E ducation Statistics, a federal agency, 1.5 million children in the United States were home-schooled. And Mary Pride has solidified herreputation as a hero to conservative Christians, a scourge of feminists, and a tribune to all home schooling families.

Prolific author In 1985, in the first of her 11 books, "The Way Home: Beyond Feminism, Back to Reality," Pride chronicled her postcollege embrace of evangelical Christianity, which led to her repudiation of what she saw as anti-biblical feminist ideals. But most of her books are resources for home-schoolers. She founded and edits Practical Homeschooling magazine, a popular resource for this growing population, and its

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Mary Pride, a Protestant who rejects birth control and Is considered an innovator in home-schooling her children, describes herself as "old-fashioned," but she enthusiastically embraces technology and the Internet. companion website. Mary Pride's beliefs on religion and family life are, to use her word, "old-fashioned": She believes the man should be the head of the household, and she rejects all forms of birth control. Yet inher embrace of technology and the Internet, Pride is a total webhead, as befits the wife of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate whom she met when both were working "at th e k eypunch room in Raytheon," the

defensetechnology company. On closer look, she is a bit of a cantankerous misfit, both in the world of conservative Christianity and the world of Web-happy distance learners. F or example, r ight n o w Mary Pride, who lives with her husband and, at the moment, five of her children outside St. Louis, does not regularly attend any church, althoughthey have regular "home church" on Sunday evenings. She offered many reasons none of her most recent churches had worked out. "Abusive pastors," P r i de

said, a bit cryptically. "And then again," she continued, "when you have written all these books and have this huge number of children, you cannot visit quietly anywhere. A nd frankly t h e w a y o u r schedule has been for years, it has been so exhausting that I was never awake on Sunday to go anywhere."

Raised Catholic Earlier in their married life, the Prides belonged to the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod, a denomination that was folded into the Presbyterian Church of America in 1982. M ary Pride was born i n 1955 and nominally r aised Catholic in Newton, Mass. Her parishchurch seemed to offer sermons only about the Vietnam War. "After this w ent on f o r months," Pride said, "I said if they're never going to talk about God in church, I may as

well stop going." Pride skipped a grade in elementary school, after she was "discovered reading 'Jane

Pride initially chose home schooling,in part,because she deplored the liberal trends she remembered from the Newton publicschools, where her books often contained what she called "sexually explicit information," and from gym class, where students were taught "yoga and Transcendental Meditation." She said one women's studies class contained a "very out-there viewpoint" a b out

"worshipping the goddess."

An English class was organized around Marxist notions of "power." Yet, like many liberal critics of public schooling, Pride laments teaching m aterials geared to standardized tests. She misses the earlier more anarchic days of c o mputer software. And while some Christian home-schoolersfear that the Internet m a y c o n t aminate theirchildren's manners and morals, Pride seems unworried. She and her c hildren were beta testers for the first online academies, in the early 1990s, and she is excited by what is developing. "Distance learning is com-

ing on gangbusters," Mary Pride said. "EdX will be very i nteresting. And w hat H a r vard and MIT are doing. And the MOOC initiative ..." And so she went on, sounding like a teenager with a major in computer science and a part-time job at Raytheon.

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Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice. Our monthly activities include social functions, services, religious education, Hebrew school, Torah study, and adult education

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

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Worship Service - 11:00 am Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM High School - Sunday li:00am- 12:30pm Bend, OR 97701 Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AMF 7:00 PM MiddleSchool - Wednesday 6:00-7;30pm 541-382-1832 For Kidztown, Middle School and Domingo 12:3 0 PM — Misa en Espanol NEW HOPK EVANGELICAL Mondays Jueves7;00PM - Misa en Espanol High School activities 20080 Pinebrook Blvd. 541-389-3436 SUNDAY WORSHIP 6:30 pm Centering Prayer Celebrate New Life Call 541-382-3862 8 am Guitar Led Worship Reconciliation / Reconciliacion at New Hope Church! www.bendchurch.org 9;30 am Education Hour for all ages Wednesdays Saturday3:00 PM - 4:45 PM - English Saturday 6:00 pm 5 30 pm Prayer Service ll am Organ/Piano Led Worship Thursday 6:00 PM - 7.00 PMSunday 9:00, 10:45 am, HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC English o Espanol Small Groups Meet Regularly Pastor Randy Myers 3100 SW Highland Ave., Church Website: (Handicapped Accessible) Domingo 11:15 AM - 12:15PM - Espanol www.newhopebend.com Redmond • 541-548-4161 Please visit our website for a complete www.trinitylutheranbend.org listing of activities for all ages. HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH School Website: www.saints.org www.redmondcpc.org Corner of NW Franklin 8 Lava Pastors: Rev. David Carnahan Sunday Worship Services: CONGREGATION SHALOM BAYIT Masses (IEWISH COMMUNITY Rev. Patrick Rooney 8:00 am, 9:30 am, II:00 am FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday 4:30 PM OF CENTRAL ORKGON) Principal: Mrs. Hanne Krause 230 NE Ninth, Bend Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups Monday — Friday 7:00AM 8 12:15 PM www.jccobend.com (Across Ninth St. from Bend High) 9:30am8 11:00am Saturday 8:00 AM KION LUTHERAN CHURCH All Are Welcome, Always! Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor Serving Central Oregon for 20 Years, ELCA Exposition F Benediction We Are a Non-Denominational Worship in the I-Ieart of Redmond Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Egalitarian Jewish Community Lead Pastor For complete calender: Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Our Synagogue is located at Sunday Worship Service www.hbcredmond.org 21555 Modoc Lane, Bend, Oregon "Talkin' 'Bout My Generation; Wednesday after 7.00 AM Mass8:30 am Contemporary 541-385-6421 Challenge and Opportunity" 6:00 PM 11:00 am Liturgical Resident Rabbi Iay Shupack Ron Werner Thursday after 7:00 AM MassSunday School for all ages at 10:00 am Rebbetzin Judy Shupack 6:00 PM BEREAN BIBLE CHURCH 9:00 am Contemporary Friday 9;00 AM - 6;00 PM Children's Room available during services In Partnership with Shabbat and High I-Ioliday Services 10:45 am Traditional Come Experience a warm, friendly family Religious Education Program 5:01 pm - Evensong Worship 8 dinner AmericanMissionary Fellowship Reconciliation of worshipers. Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AMEveryone Welcome - Always. Nursery care provided Weekly Torah StudyEnglish o Espanol Near Highland and 23rd Ave. EverySatO 10am A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and Saturday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM"God, Jews 8 History" 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Adult Education diverse music program for all ages English o Espanol Rabbi fay Shupack Redmond, OR 97756 Coffee,snacksand Je)lowsfii)r 3:00 pm - Sundays Upcoming Events: after each service ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH Ianuary 20 to March 10 Sunday, Ianuary 27, 3:00 pm 1720 NW 19th Street Wepreach the goodriervsof lesusChris(, Ben TannenReligious School Redmond, Oregon 97756 M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wednesday Friday, February 8, 6:00 pm singgreai fiymnsof faith, 541 -923-3390 Noon Silence 8 Supper Worship Wed. Bible Study at noon Erev Shabbat Service arrd searrlitheScripturestogether. Father Todd Unger, Pastor 12:30 pm Contemplative Prayer Sunday, February 10, 3.00 pm 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study Mass Schedule. Tannen Religious School I:00 pm Weekdays 8:00 am Youth Events Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am Bible Friday, February 15 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner (except Wednesday) See Youth Blog: In Home Shabbat Dinners Study- Thursday, 10:30 am Wednesday 6:00 pm Youth and Family Programs http://bendfp.org/youth/ Friday, February 22, 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm Active Social Outreach Teaching from the KJV and NKJV Bible Erev Shabbat Service First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Choirs, music groups, Bible study, Sunday, February 24, 3:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) fellowship and ministries every week 1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Ben TannenReligious School 12:00 noon (Spanish) Pastor Ed Nelson Redmond, OR 97756 - 541-923-7466 Confessions on Wednesdays from 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend 541-777-0784 Pastor Eric Burtness *Torah Study meets every Saturday 5;00 to 5:45 pm www.bendfp.org www.redmondbbc.org and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm at 10:00 am that there is not a servlce' www.zionrdm.com 541-382-4401 •

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GLUCOSECONTROL LOW CARB DIET SUPPORTGROUP:kjdnrcd©yahoo. group information submitted to The Bulletin. Submissions must be com or 541-504-0726. updated monthly for inclusion.To GLUTENINTOLERANCEGROUP (CELIAC):541-389-1731. submit, email relevant details to communitylife@bendbulletin.com. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:Supportfor pregnant teensandteenmoms; 54 l-383-3515. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR GRIEFSHAREGRIEFRECOVERY PERSONS AFFECTEDBYA SUPPORT GROUP:541-382-1832. DISABILITY:541-388-8103, ext. 203. GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP: 541-306ABILITREE YOUNG PEER GROUP: 6633,541-318-0384 ormullinski© 541-388-8103 ext. 207. bendbroadband.com. ADHDADULTSUPPORTGROUP: GRIEFSUPPORTGROUPS:Forthe 541-420-3023. bereaved;541-771-3247. ADOPTIVEPARENTSUPPORT GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: GROUP: 541-389-5446. 541-447-25 IO. AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN GRIEFSHARE (FAITH-BASED) SUPPORT GROUP): 541-410-4162 or RECOVERYCLASS:541-389-8780. www.agewideopen.com. HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR AIDSEDUCATION FOR PREVENTION, ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA TREATMENT,COMMUNITY (H.E.A.R.T.):541-318-1949. RESOURCESAND SUPPORT (DESCHUTES COUNTYHEALTH HEALTHYFAMILIESOFTHEHIGH DEPARTMENT):54 I-322-7402. DESERT: Homevisits for families with newborns; 541-749-2133 AIDSHOT LINE:800-342-AIDS. HEARINGLOSSASSOCIATION: AL-ANON: 541-728-3707 or 541-848-2806 orhlaco2@gmx.com. www.centraloregonal-anon.org. HEARTS OFHOPE:Abortion healing; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA): 541-728-4673. 541-548-0440 orwww.coigaa.org. ALS SUPPORT GROUP: IMPROVEYOUR STRESS LIFE: 541-977-7502. 541-706-2904. ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION: LA LECHE LEAGUEOFBEND: 541-548-7074. 54 I-317-5912. ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA LIVINGWELL(CHRONIC CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: CONDITIONS):541-322-7430. 541-948-72 I4. LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES AUTISMRESOURCE GROUP OF SUPPORT GROUP:541-536-7399. CENTRAL OREGON: 541-788-0339. LUPUS &FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT BENDATTACHMENTPARENTING: GROUP:541-526-1375. 541-385-1787. MADRAS NICOTINE ANONYMOUS BEND S-ANONFAMILYGROUP: GROUP: 541-993-0609. 888-285-3742. MATERNAL/CHILDHEALTH BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 541- PROGRAM (DESCHUTES 382-6122 or541-382-6651. COUNTYHEALTHDEPARTMENT): BEREAVEMENTSUPPORTGROUPS: 54 I-322-7400. 541-382-5882. MEN'SCANCER SUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864. BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: MOMMYAND ME BREAST541-383-39 IO. FEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 54 I-322-7450. BEYONDAFFAIRSNETWORK: A peer group for victims of infidelity, MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT baninbend@yahoo.com. GROUP: 541-706-6802. BRAININJURY SUPPORT GROUP: NARCONON: 800-468-6933. 541-382-945 I. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA): BRAINTUMOR SUPPORT GROUP: 541-416-2146. 541-350-7243 NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL BREAST-FEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: ILLNESSOF CENTRAL OREGON 541-385-1787. (NAMI):54I-408-7779, 541-504-1431 CANCERFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: or email: vonriedlpn©yahoo.com. 541-706-5864. NAMI BENDFAMILYSUPPORT CANCERINFORMATION LINE: GROUP:541-480-8269, 541-706-7743. namicentraloregon@gmail.comor www.namicentraloregon.org. CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-536-7399. NAMI MADRASCONNECTIONS: For peers,541-475-1873or CELEBRATE RECOVERY:NewHope NAMlmadras@gmail.com. Church, Bend,541-480-5276; Faith Christian Center,Bend,541-382NAMI MADRASFAMILYSUPPORT 8274; RedmondAssembly of God GROUP:NAMlmadras@gmail.com. Church, 541-548-4555;Westside NAMI REDMONDFAMILYSUPPORT Church, Bend,541-382-7504, ext. GROUP:namicentraloregon©gmail. 201; Metolius FriendsCommunity com. Church, 541-546-4974;Agape Harvest NEWBERRY HOSPICE OF LA PINE: Fellowship, LaPine,541-536-4384. 54 I-536-7399. CENTRALOREGON ALZHEIMER'S/ OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE DEMENTIACAREGIVERS SUPPORT BLIND:541-447-4915. GROUP:541-504-0571 OREGON CURE: 541-475-2I64. CENTRALOREGONAUTISM ASPERGER'S SUPPORTTEAM: OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK: 541-633-8293. 541-312-3081 orwww.oregonlyme. Olg. CENTRALOREGONAUTISM SPECTRUM RESOURCEAND FAMILY OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: SUPPORT GROUP:541-279-9040. 541-306-6844. CENTRALOREGONCOALITIONFOR PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF ACCESS(WORKING TO CREATE CHILDRENAFFECTED BYAUTISM ACCESSIBLE COMMUNITIES): SUPPORTGROUP:541-771-1075 or 541-385-3320. http%/oregondevdisgroupaso.ning. CENTRALOREGON DEPRESSION com. AND ANXIETY GROUP:541-420-2759 PARENTS OFMURDEREDCHILDREN CENTRALOREGON DISABILITY (POMC)SUPPORTGROUP: 54 I-410-7395. SUPPORT NETWORK:541-548-8559 or www.codsn.org. PARISHNURSESAND HEALTH CENTRALOREGON FAMILIESWITH MINISTRIES: 541-383-6861. MULTIPLES: 541-330-5832 or PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS 541-388-2220. SUPPORTGROUP:54 I-317- l188. CENTRALOREGON LEAGUE OF PARKINSON'S DISEASESUPPORT AMPUTEESSUPPORT GROUP GROUP:54 I-280-5818. (COLA):541-480-7420or www. PARTNERSINCARE:Homehealth ourcola.org. and hospiceservices; 541-382-5882. CENTRALOREGON RIGHTTO LIFE: PFLAGCENTRALOREGON: For 541-383-1593. parents, familiesandfriends of CHILDCAR SEATCLINIC(PROPER lesbiansandgays;541-317-2334 or INSTALLATIONINFORMATION FOR www.pflagcentraloregon.org. SEATANDCHILD): 541-504-50 I 6. PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW CHILDREN'S VISION FOUNDATION: (PLAN):541-389-9239. 541-330-3907. PLANNED PARENTHOOD: CHRISTIANWOMEN OF HOPE 888-875-7820. (WOMEN'SCANCER SUPPORT PMS ACCESS LINE: 800-222-4767. GROUP):541-382-1832. PREGNANCY RESOURCECENTERS: CLAREBRIDGEOFBEND Bend,541-385-5334; Madras,541(ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP): 475-5338; Prineville, 541-447-2420; 541-385-4717 or rnorton1© Redmond, 541-504-8919. brookdaleliving.com. PULMONARY HYPERTENSION COFFEEAND CONNECTION CANCER SUPPORTGROUP:541-548-7489. SUPPORT GROUP:541-706-3754. RECOVERINGCOUPLES COMPASSIONATEFRIENDS (FOR ANONYMOUS (RCA): 541-389-0969 THOSE GRIEVING THE LOSS or www.recovering-couples.org. OF ACHILD):541-480-0667 or 541-536- l709. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS: Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, CREATIVITY &WELLNESS541-504-2550, ext. 1;Madras, MOOD GROUP: 541-647-0865. 541-475-1880. CROOKEDRIVER RANCHADULT SCLERODERMASUPPORTGROUP: GRIEFSUPPORT:541-548-7483. 54 I-480- I958. DEFEATCANCER: 541-706-7743. SELF-ESTEEMGROUP FOR WOMEN: DESCHUTES COUNTYMENTAL 54 I-389-7960. HEALTH24-HOUR CRISISLINE: 541-322-7500. SOUPANDSUPPORT: Formourners; 541-548-7483. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORTGROUP FOR FAMILIES SUPPORTALLIANCE: 541-549-9622 or 541-771-1620. WITH DIABETICCHILDREN: 541-526-6690. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORT: 541-480-8269 or TOBACCO FREEALLIANCE: 541-322suemiller92©gmail.com. 7481. TOPSOR:Bend, 541-388-5634; Culver, 541-546-4012;Redmond, DEPRESSIONSUPPORT GROUP: 54I-923-0878. 541-617-0543. TYPE2 DIABETESSUPPORT GROUP: DIABETIC SUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-4986. 541-598-4483. VETERANSHOTLINE: DISABILITY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-408-5594or8I8-634-0735. 541-388-8103. VISIONNW:Peersupportgroup; DOUBLETROUBLE RECOVERY: 541-330-0715. Addiction andmental illness group; 541-317-0050. VOLUNTEERSIN ME DICINE: 54 I-330-900 I. DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-2577. WOMEN'SRESOURCE CENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-385-0747 ENCOPRESIS (SOILING): 541-5482814 orencopresis©gmail.com. WOMEN'SSELF-ESTEEM GROUP: 54 I-389-7960. EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: 541-460-4030 WOMEN'SSUPPORT GROUP FOR ANGER,ANXIETY,OR DEPRESSION: FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: 54'I-389-7960. Drug andalcohol addictions; pastordavid@thedoor3r.org. WOMEN SURVIVINGWITH CANCER FAMILYRESOURCECENTER: SUPPORTGROUP:541-706-5864. 541-389-5468. YOUNGPEOPLEWITH DISABILITIES GAMBLERSANONYMOUS: Redmond PEERGROUP:831-402-5024. 541-280-7249,Bend 541-390-4365. ZEN MEDITATIONGROUP: GAMBLINGHOT LINE:800-233-8479. 541-388-3179.

VOLUNTEER SEARCH Volunteer Search iscompiled by the Department of HumanServices Volunteer Services. The organizations listed are seeking volunteers for a variety of tasks. To seeafull list, and for additional information onthe types of help needed, goonline to www.bendbulletin.com//vOlunter. Changes, additions or deletions should be sent to1300 N.W.Wall St., Suite103, Bend97701, email Lin.H.Gardner@state.or.us or call 54 I-693-8988.

SENIORS AARP:www.aarp.org/money/taxaide or 888-687-2277. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'S ASSISTEDLIVING AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITY:54I-385-8500. BEND SENIORCENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. CASCADEVIEW NURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 541-382-7161. CENTRAL OREGONCOUNCIL ON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or 541-678-5483. LA PINESENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Pat Potter, 541-536-6237. LONG-TERMCARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM:NancyAllen, 54 I-3 l2-2488. PILOTBUTTE REHABILITATION CENTER:541-382-5531. PRINEVILLESOROPTIMISTSENIOR CENTER:Melody,541-447-6844. TOUCHMARK ATMT.BACHELOR VILLAGE: 541-383-1414. VOLUNTEERSINACTION: 541-548-7018.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory@ cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. ALYCE HATCHCENTER:Andy Kizans, 541-383-1980. BENDPARK& RECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRALOREGON:541-312-6047 (Bend), 541-447-3851,ext. 333 (Prineville) or 541-325-5603 (Madras). BOY SCOUTSOFAMERICA: Paul Abbott, paulabbott©scouting.org or 541-382-4647. BOYS &GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL OREGON: www.bgcco.org, info© bgcco.org or 541-617-2877. CAMP FIREUSA CENTRAL OREGON: campfire©bendcable.com or 541-382-4682. CHILDREN'SVISIONFOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLE OF FRIENDS: Beth, bethO acircleoffriendsoregon.com or 541-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTYSHERIFF'S OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPY© deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM: Steve Guzanskis, 541-678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS:541-389-8146. GIRLSON THE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY: www.deschutescountygotr. org or info@deschutescountygotr.org. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or541-383-6357. HIGH DESERT TEENSVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www.highdesertmuseum. org or541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParent Training and Information Center, 888-505-2673. JUNIPERSWIM & FITNESS CENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER: Rachel Kane, 541-3835958, ext. 274. LAPINE HIGH SCHOOL:Jeff Bockert, jeff.bockert©bend.k12.or.us or 541-355-8501. MEADOWLARK MANOR: Peggy Kastberg, 541-382-7025. MOUNTAINSTARFAMILY RELIEF NURSERY: 541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext. 115. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSIONSERVICE:541-548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM:http://extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READ TOGETHER: 541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 54 I -923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER:Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE: 541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREERPARTNERSHIP: Kent Child, 541-322-3261. SMART(STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org or 541-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VIMA LUPWA HOMES:www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-6775. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.

ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAY& NEUTERPROJECT: 541-6 I7-1010. CAT RESCUE,ADOPTION & FOSTER TEAM (CRAFT): www.craftcats.org, 541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 54 I -4 0-4 I I 22. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 541-330-0017. DESCHUTES NATIONAL FOREST:Jean Nelson-Dean, 541-383-5576. EAST CASCADES AUDUBONSOCIETY: www.ecaudubon.org or 541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER: 541-385-6908. EQUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. com or joan@equineoutreach.comor

541-419-3717. HEALINGREINS THERAPEUTIC RIDINGCENTER:Darcy Justice, 541-382-9410. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON: Jen, jennifer@hsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOF THEOCHOCOS: 541-447-7 I78. HUMANE SOCIETYOF REDMOND: volunteer©redmondhumane.org or 541-923-0882. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9115. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER & OBSERVATORY:Susan, 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS:TomMottl, 541-416-6859.

ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND HERITAGE 88.9KPOV, BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIOSTATION:info©kpov.org or 541-322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOFTHE REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:Linda Barker, 541-312-1064. ARTS CENTRAL STATION: 541-6 l7-1317. CASCADES THEATRICAL COMPANY: 541-389-0803. CENTRAL OREGONSYMPHONY ASSOCIATION:Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: 541-389-1813, 10a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesdaythrough Saturday. DESCHUTESPUBLICLIBRARY SYSTEM:541-312-1032. FRIENDSOF THE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrachat 541-617-7047. HIGH DESERTCHAMBER MUSIC:Isabelle Senger, www. highdesertchambermusic.com, info@ highdesertchambermusic.com or 541-306-3988. HIGH DESERTMUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINEPUBLICLIBRARY: Cindylu, 541-317-1097. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Brad, volunteer@latca.org or 541-382-4366. THE NATUREOFWORDS: www.thenatureofwords.org or 541-330-4381. REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:541-312-1 060. REDMONDINTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb, bonitodia@msn.com or 541-447-0732. TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700.

BEND COMMUNITYCENTER: Sherry Fisher, volunteer@ bendscommunitycenter.org or 541-312-2084. BETHLEHEM INN: www.bethleheminn. org or 541-322-8768. CENTERFOR COMPASSIONATE LIVING(PREVIOUSLY PEACE CENTER OF CENTRALOREGON):ww w. compassionatecenter.org or Beth Hansen,541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGONVETERANS OUTREACH: covo.org@gmail. com or 541-383-2793. DEPARTMENT OFHUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEERSERVICES:Lin Gardner, 541-693-8988. DEPARTMENT OFHUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEERSERVICES CROOK COUNTY: Valerie Dean, 541-447-3851, ext. 427. DISABLEDAMERICANVETERANS (DAV):Don Lang, 541-647-1002. FAMILY KITCHEN: Cindy Tidball, cindyt@bendcable.comor 541-610-6511. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: 541-389-5468. HUMAN DIGNITYCOALITION: 541-385-3320. HUNGERPREVENTION COALITION:Marie, info© hungerpreventioncoalition.org or 541-385-9227. LA PINE COMMUNITY KITCHEN: 541-536-13 I2. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq© neighborimpact.org or 541-548-2380, ext. 106. PEACEBRIDGES, INC., BEND: www.abridgetopeace.org or JohnC. Schwechten at 541-383-2646. PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: www.pflagcentraloregon.org or 541-317-2334. RONALD MCDONALDHOUSE:Teresa, 541-318-4950. SAVINGGRACE:541-382-9227 or 541-504-2550. SOROPTIMISTINTERNATIONAL OF BEND:www.sibend.org, president© sibend.org or 541-728-0820. ST. VINCENTDEPAULSOCIAL SERVICES: 541-389-6643. VOLUNTEER CONNECT:www. volunteerconnectnow.org or 541-385-8977. WINNINGOVER ANGER & VIOLENCE: www.winningover.org or 541-382- I943. WOMEN'SRESOURCE CENTER OF CENTRALOREGON:541-385-0750.

541-447-6429. NEWBERRY HABITATFOR HUMANITY: 541-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OF BEND: 541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OF REDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: Scott or Warren, 541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITAT RESTORE: Roy, 541-548-1406. SISTERSHABITATFOR HUMANITY: 541-549-1193. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— LAPINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— REDMOND: 54 I-923-5264.

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CENTRALOREGON LOCAVORE:ww w. centraloregonlocavore.com orNikiat info©centraloregonlocavore.com or 54 I-633-0674. HIGHDESERT SPECIAL OLYMPICS: 54 I-749-6517. OREGON ADAPTIVE SPORTS: ww w. oregonadaptivesports.org or Kendall Cook at 541-848-9390. SACRED ARTOF LIVING CENTER: 54 I-383-4179. TUMALO LANGLAUFCLUB:Tom Carroll, 541-385-7981.

GOVERNMENT, CITY AND COMMUNITY THE CITIZENREVIEWBOARD (CRB): crb.volunteer.resources©ojd.state.or.us or 888-530-8999. CITYOFBEND:Cheryl Howard, choward@ci.bend.or.usor 541-388-5505. COURT APPOINTEDSPECIAL ADVOCATE (CASA):www. casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-1618. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher,541-317-3186or 541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOODASSOCIATION:ww w. drwna.org or Barbara atinfo@drwna. org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSONCOUNTYVOLUNTEER SERVICES:Therese Helton, 541-4756131, ext. 208. LA PINE RURAL FIREPROTECTION DISTRICT: Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARD DISTRICTNEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: ww w. orcharddistrictneighborhood.com. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: wwwvisitbend.com or 541-382-8048.

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Unusual materials One of the more fascinating elements of the exhibit is the range of materials used. One headpiece,called a dance roach, is made form the guard hairs of a porcupine. Whitelaw says an adult would wear it during ceremonies and t he piece would look like a tall mohawk. Basket hats were worn by women and were made from beargrass or other grasses. Some of th e i t ems feature shells, which would have been obtained through trade with coastal tribes. The exhibit also features several so-called tail dresses. Whitelaw explains thatthese dresses were made by connecting two deer hides together in a certain way so that the tail of the deer would hang right below the woman's neck. One such tail dress is also notable for its embellishments, which at first glance appear to be shells. Whitelaw explains, however, that these are in fact elk teeth. And elk only have two such teeth. So this dress, which features dozens of the teeth, represents a great deal of effort and is a "symbol of strength," said Whitelaw. O ne large, f l owing a r m band in the collection is made from otter fur. Another features dyed porcupine quills.

Notable items One head piece that draws some attention is made from e rmine tails with a t r ail o f golden eagle feathers. On top are two bison horns. The item is reminiscent of a Viking helmet. Whitelaw calls the resemblance "unexpected." But she says some styles cut across many cultures and are more common than we may realize.

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This breechcloth, made in the 1920s, was altered when the fourpronged symbol of strength depicted at the bottom was adopted by the Nazis in Germany as their party emblem. In recent years, some tribes have tried to reclaim the symbol.

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tried to reclaim the shape and one pair of moccasins on display features the shape made out offlowers.

History Much of th e clothing on displaycomes from the museum's extensive collection from

Doris Swayze Bounds, an Oregonian who collected Native American artifacts throughout her life and donated her 7,000-piece collection to the museum in 1990. Bounds died in 1994. Identifying the pieces in the collection can be difficult and

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LOS ANGELES — The witch hunters are headed for a box-office bull's-eye this weekend. "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" has a lock on No. I at the box office with an expected opening of about $30 million, according to people who have seen prerelease audience surveys. A s p okeswoman f o r distributor Para m ount Pictures said the studio is expecting a more modest debut of a little over $20 million. The action-oriented retelling of the classic fable will easily exceed two other new movies: "Parker," which stars Jason Statham in a crime thriller based on a series of novels, and the ensemble comedy "Movie 43 Both are e x pected to have weak openings of less than $10 million. The competition for No. 2 will instead come down to a pair of returning movies. "Mama," which opened to a strong $28.4 million last weekend, will likely take a big tumble as most horror movies do in their second weekends. "Zero Dark Thirty," a f t e r gr o s sing $15.8 million last weekend, should enjoy a more modest decline as it continues enjoying positive word-ofmouth and awards buzz. Originally set to come out in March 2012, "Hansel & Gretel" was postponed by Paramount to this weekend, a move that appears to have paid off as it is outpacing the weak competition. T he $50 m i l l ion 3 - D film, which stars Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton and was co-financed by Paramount and MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, o p ened last weekend in Russia to a healthy $8.6 million. "Parker" was f i nanced by severalcompanies for a bout $30 m i l lion, w i t h rights sold to different distributors around the world. T he d o mestic o p e n ing looks like it will be in line with Statham's 2012 "Safe," which had a weak $7.9 million debut and a final box office tally of $17.1 million. "Movie 43" features a variety of A-list stars, including Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry and Emma Stone, all of w hom m ake brief appearances in the collection of intertwined comedy vignettes. I ts a n t i cipated p o o r performance may be less financially painful for distributor Relativity Media, as the comedy cost about $6 million to produce.

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appear as J.R. in several episodes of the series' second season, which premieres Monday, before his character is killed. "I think viewers want closure," said Linda Gray, who plays J.R.'s long-suffering exwife, Sue Ellen. "They want to m our n L a r r y H a g m an and J.R. Ewing. They want to know they can grieve the fact he won't be around." But all t hat c omes later. With its two-hour season premiere, "Dallas" carries on in familiar fashion, with the expected two-timing, squabbles, a kidnapping revealed, a stolen identity and assorted other mischief. A nd n e ve r f e a r : J . R . , though visibly frail, continues his reign as a scheming oilman and rascally Ewing patriarch. "I came over to deliver some muffins to the pretty little sec-

retaries," he announces on making an unannounced visit to Ewing Energies headquarters before he laments, "Who could have guessed so many would turn out to b e men? Where's the sport in that?" In another scene, J.R. shares sly counsel with his son, John Ross, on double-crossing other members of the family: "Love, hate, jealousy: Mix 'em up and they make a mean martini. And when we take over Ewing Energies, you'll slake your thirst — with a twist!" The new "Dallas," which debuted last June, is stocked with a troupe of young regulars (including Josh Henderson, who plays John Ross), a s well as veterans of t h e original CBS series, notably

G ray and Patrick Duffy a s J.R.'s ever-upright b r other, Bobby. J.R. will appear in a minimum of five or as many as seven of the season's episodes. (It remains to be seen how footage of Hagman might be adapted to depict J.R.'s murder.) After that, can "Dallas" survive the dual deaths of its central characterand legendary star? "Larry being gone doesn't eliminate th e i n f luence of the character of J.R.," Duffy pointed out. Who knows what land mines J.R. will have left behind? "We can find business deals he did or schemes he started that now are coming home to roost, and they can turn up for years to come." "Whatever will happen on the show, we will be talking about J.R. Ewing and he will have done things that have a ripple effect," Gray agreed. "He will always be there." "There's a lot o f d r i v ing forces on the show — not just J.R.," added "Dallas" executive producer Cynthia Cidre, who, interviewed by phone a couple of weeks ago, was parked outside a posh Dallas social club where the wake for J.R. was about to be filmed. She saidthis season shetried to use Hagman sparingly. "He was the most delightful man and a total professional," she said. "But he wasn't well and we didn't want to overtax him." Now, with his passing, "we

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within your immediate circle. You also might be unsure of an important person who typically serves as an anchor for you. Tonight: Hang out.

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12 p.m. on Ij f3 , "Figure Skating" —Top figure skaters compete for the national championship at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb. Reigning championsJeremy Abbott,Ashley Wagner, pairs Caydee Denney and John Coughlin, and ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White are expected to perform. The nationals will determine the U.S. skaters who will compete in the World Championships in March. NBC has coverage of the competition today and tomorrow and the Skating Spectacular on Feb. 2.

want to give J.R., and Larry, the proper send-off." But she insisted there had been no c o ntingency plan for how to plot J.R.'s demise in the event Hagman died in mid-season. "We didn't have a Plan B, on purpose," said Cidre. "We just knew that we had Larry, so let's use him, let's enjoy him, and if something happens, we'll scramble and fix it. I had great faith in the writers' room. We knew the day might come and what we would do then: Figure it out." That day came in late November when she got a call from Duffy. "He told me, 'Larry's in the hospital and it isn't

7 p.m. on TCM, Movie: "Lord of the Flies" — The

title of William Golding's novel has become shorthand for "kids out of control." Several boys — all relatively refined youngsters from a good school — are shipwrecked on a deserted island, where the distance from civilization and the struggle for survival eventually bring out their most savage instincts. James Aubrey and TomChapin star in this1963 adaptation of the tale.

good. He's saying goodbye.' In 24 hours we had fixed one of the scripts. We had two more scripts that had to be adjusted, and then this episode we're shooting now, the Goodbye Episode." Roughly 85 percent of the season's story line r emains intact, she said, supplemented by the death of J.R. and the "Who Killed J.R.?" mystery surrounding it. " The mystery has all t h e machinations of a great J.R. business deal, as opposed to a whodunit," said Duffy. "Cynthia constructed a really interesting plot, of which I know Bobby's portion" — including whodunit — "but I don't know other stuff." "We all know, up to a point," Gray said. "But they've got secretpages that we've not seen."

8 p.m. on E3, "NCIS: Los Angeles" —When a joint undercover mission with the CIA in Sudan takes a deadly turn, Sam lLL Cool J) goes missing, and Callen lChris O'Donnellj and the rest of the team scramble to track him down before it's too late. Linda Hunt, Daniela Ruah and Eric Christian Olsen also star in "Betrayal." 8 p.m. on HBO, Movie: "Wrath of the Titans" — Greek legends and mythical creatures collide again in this 2012 sequel to the "Clash of the Titans" update, shown theatrically in 3-D, as was its forerunner. Perseus lSam Worthington) goes to the rescue of his father, ZeuslLiam Neesonj,who's been betrayed by relatives — including Hades (Ralph Fiennesj — thus facilitating the destruction of a prison that sets monsters free upon the world. Bill Nighy and Rosamund Pike ("Die Another Day") also appear.

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Gulfsfream Scenic Cruiser 36 ft. 1999, Cummins 330 hp diesel, 42K, 1 owner, 13 in. kitchen slide out, new tires,under cover, hwy. miles only,4 door fridge/freezer icemaker, W/D combo, Interbath tub 8 shower, 50 amp propane gen 8 more! $55,000.

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F leetwood Wilderness 36', 2005, 4 s l ides, rear bdrm, fireplace, AC, W/D hkup beautiful u n it ! $ 3 0 ,500.

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Ki n gwood New Construction - 3 15990 Falcon L a ne, Three Rivers South j SE Bend j $269,000 1742 N W Great Investments! 5 2916 Old L ak e R d 12250 NW Dove Rd Currently being used P lace. C l ea n a n d bdrm, 2 b ath, 1548 Oversized garage, RV Two family/investment $199,000. Two 1848 Custom cedar s i ded $119,000 as a 6 bedroom with Comfortable c r a fts- s q.ft., vaulted, g a s hookup. $1 1 9,700. Nice and private sethomes in quiet area of s q.ft. h o mes, t w o h ome with f loor t o s eparate o ffice & man style home within furnace-range-water High Lakes Realty & ting in the pine trees. Culver. Spacious floor 20-acre parcels. High c eiling windows t o large playroom. Gran- close distance of the heater, fenced, land- Property Ma n age- Close to Deschutes plans w/stainless ap- Lakes Realty 8 Prop- take in the mtn. views. ite and stone kitchen. Dry Canyon and West scaped. $16 2 ,900 ment 541-536-0117 River. Plenty of room p liances, gran i t e erty Man a gement, Immaculate 1841 sq. 541-536-0117 Stainless Steel appli- C anyon R i m Ci t y MLS ยน 20 1 2 08875 for all your toys & RV. counters 8 pantry in f t., 3 b d rm, 2 b a t h ances. Breakfast bar. Park. 4 bedrooms with Pam Lester, Principal 14238 W h itewater 3 bedroom, 2 bath, kitchen. 3 bedrooms, with tongue & groove $59,900. One of few West Powell Butte EsSlate fireplace. Tons a large master, upB roker, Century 2 1 1353 sq. ft. Home is in 2.5 baths, 1800 sq. ft. vaulted ceilings, gas lots in W i l d R i ver. t ates. $ 4 49,999 6 free-standing s t ove, of storage. P rivate stairs u t ility, o v e r- Gold Country Realty, move-in ready condi- 2 car garage & auto High Lakes Realty & bdrm, 3.5 bath home backyard. sized d o u bl e at- Inc. 541-504-1338 Bank owned. sprinklers. wood accents. New P roperty Man a g e tion. o n 2 0 a c re s w i t h h ardwood floors & MLSยน201106138 t ached gara g e , MLSยน201207296 MLSยน201201161 & ment 541-536-0117 shop, 2 master suites, NEW Construction! 3 Jane Strell, Broker, laminate wood floorDarryl Doser, 201201162 new swimming pool. 4-car garage, water On bdrm, 2 b ath, 1700 52970 Walker Way ABR, GRI i ng throughout t h e Broker, CRS Kathy Denning, Broker completely fenced feature, gated comsq.ft, 23 acre lot, tile 541-480-4429 We never stop moving: 541-948-7998 main level, a g r eat 541-383-4334 4.81 acres. $385,000 $184,000. 3 bd, 2 ba, munity. MLSยน We never stop moving: room design, fenced floors, tile backsplash, attached garage. High We never stop moving: John L. Scott MLSยน 201101447 201207133 Pa m backyard, central heat landscaped, fenced. Lakes Realty & PropReal Estate, Bend Juniper Realty, Lester, Principal BroCg and AC, large kitchen $169,900 www.johnlscott.com 541-504-5393 erty Man a gement ker, Century 21 Gold MLS201209125 Cg with island, exc. storCy 541-536-0117 O utstanding Val u e ! 12851 SW Deer Country Realty, Inc. age, blinds through- Pam Lester, Principal Over 3000 sq. ft. 2 541-504-1338 Crossing. Remodeled B roker, Century 2 1 15194 Ponderosa Lp. out, and great curb MORRIS level house that has 3 bedroom, 2 bath, appeal. Call t o day! Gold Country Realty, 1.41 acres ready for MORRIS MORRIS REAL ESTATE great potential and is 3 bdrm, 2 bath, custom 1440 sq. ft. home on Inc. 541-504-1338 you! $55,000. High MLS ยน 201209498 home, huge shop, Ind p d ndy~ d *n dOCncnccd REAL ESTATE John REAL ESTATE in very good condi2.29 acres. G ranite Lakes Realty & Prop L. Scott Real EsI dcpc d dyO d d Op c ccd $299,000 I dcp dc cly 0 c d d O p c c d tion. Daylight baseNewer S ingle S t o ry erty c ounters, hick o ry Man a gement tate 541-548-1712 MLSยน201203307 NE Bend j $192,000 h ome, 3 b d rm, 2 . 5 ment. Huge possibilicabinets, bam b oo j $329,000 2 -Story home in N W bath, office, sunroom, 541-536-0117 Julie Fahlgren, Broker, ties. $158,800 MLS Turnkey property, 1206 Sundance wood f l oors, v i n yl 756 541-550-0098 sq.ft., 2 bedroom, 2 Clean, bright 4 bedRedmond. Large 1705 2260 sq.ft, 60 acre, 52375 Ammon Road. Jefferson County Homes 201207709 windows, the list goes room, 3 bath, 2 story A- F rame, John L. Scott Real Es- Crooked River Realty bath. Close to P i ne sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. mtn & S m ith R o ck Modified on. Garage, carport N ursery Park, d o g h ome on 2 . 9 6 f l a t Knotty alder cabinets, views. $279,000. MLS huge shop. $269,900. A truly charming get tate 541-548-1712 and R V cov e red Equestrian 5-a c res, a cres. Open f l o or p ark, medical a n d SS appli a nces, ยน 201206306 Pam High Lakes Realty & parking. $1 0 9 ,000 36x48 6-stall b arn, away property that Priced to Sell! Affordplan, large k itchen Property Ma n ageshopping. Lots of upfront/back land- Lester, Principal Bro201204401 comes com p letely a ble l i v ing, g r e at cross-fenced, groom- MLS grades inc l u ding with tons of storage, scaped with irrigation. ker, Century 21 Gold ment 541-536-0117 Juniper Realty, ing stall, wash rack, furnished. It is cozy starter or investment. hardwood floors, tile roomy master w i th Country Realty, Inc. 541-504-5393 $185,900. Jim Hinton hay barn, mare barn 4 45 Bonner - 72 0 s f yet has room for ex in c loset. Re$59,000 541-420-6229 541-504-1338 counters 8 A/C. Move walk cabin, shop, .28 acre, tended family gather MLSยน201208170 w/foaling stalls. 2004 12-peak HUGE C ascently painted a nd Central Oregon Realty in ready. Out s tanding D&D Realty Group LLC 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. c ade v i ews. G o r newer appliances. Newly renovated home $40,000. High Lakes ings. MLSยน201204680 Group, LLC Pr o perty deck with grand views 866-346-7868 $298,500. Call Nancy geous Crooked River MLSยน201209541 in the heart of down- Realty & Amy Halligan, Broker Popp, Broker, Ranch home w/ knotty of the Cascade Moun Jim Moran, Broker Beautiful 2-Story 3 town Redmond, close Management 541-410-9045 Wonderfully lo c a ted 541-815-8000 541-948-0997 bdrms, 3 baths, 1918 to dry canyon trails, 541-536-0117 tain and converging Madras home with a pine ceilings and sunWe never stop moving: Crooked River Realty rivers that make up We never stop moving: sq. ft., stainless appli- C entennial Park & 50040 Darlene Way s plashed roo m s . commanding view of ances, gas fireplace. downtown amenities. 10 a c res, ca b i n, Lake Billy Chinook. Mt. Jefferson and the 2 bedroom, 2 bath on Plenty of room with Landscaped with irri- Features refurbished bunkhouse, $179,900. $269,000 acres. $249,000 ยซg s urrounding are a . 1.12 acres. $129,000 4.98 MLSยน201204144 MLSยน201206906 Cg gation $188 , 900. pine hardwood floor- High Lakes Realty & B eautiful well k e p t MLSยน201203821 D&D Realty Group LLC MLSยน201208280 Gail Day 541-306-1018 ing, laminate flooring Property Call Linda Lou Ma n age-866-346-7868 home with spacious Jim Hinton, Central Oregon Realty in the kitchen & dinMORRIS ment 541-536-0117 rooms. $239 , 000 Day-Wright, Broker, 541-420-6229 Group, LLC MORRIS ing room, new paint 541-771-2585 MLSยน201206924 REAL ESTATE Central Oregon Realty inside & out, master 15430 Pine Ct - 1 782 N ewer home with 4 D&D Realty Group LLC Crooked River Realty 14198 SW Nine Peaks REAL ESTATE t dcpc dcndyO cd d e pc ccd large bdrms, 2 baths, Group, LLC s eparation, din i ng sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 30x80 split 866-346-7868 I dcpc dcncly 0 cd nnd Opcmccd Pl - Mtn views from floor plan, large $ 2 2 9,500. 8 6890 Golden L n Beautiful city views from area and formal din- garage. t his 1960 sq. ft., 3 workable kitchen, and WOW! Look at these High Lakes Realty & ing room, a b o nus $95,000. G o rgeous 750 this 2 60 0 s q . ft. bat h Get your Property Ma n age- plenty of room for a views! Cascade mtns views, 40 acres. High bedroom, 2 3bd/2.5 bath E a gle r oom/solarium, n e w Redmond Homes large family. Nice size from your living room. Lakes Realty & Prop- home on 1.16 acre. business ment 541-536-0117 landscaping, fenced C rest home. H u ge back yard, RV parkU pdated wit h n e w yard t o o . $ 7 6 ,000 Home has been up- erty Man a gement carpet & vinyl flooring $374,900 Extraordinary price reduction! MLSยน Long PrairieMLSยน201202015 dated with newer heat 541-536-0117 ing, alley access, de- 152232 201206886 $449,000. view of Mt Jefferson and interior has been Home, 4-car s hop, D&D Realty Group LLC p ump and al l n e w a ROW I N G tached garage w/shop painted. 936 centered thru wall to John L. Scott Real Es$ 1 4 9,900. 866-346-7868 floors as well. Great 87479 N. Star Lane. 40 freshly area & storage along storage, wall windows. This tate 541-548-1712 sq. ft. garage has a High Lakes Realty & acre horse property. ranch-style home with w/ central heat/AC. with an ad in 4bd 2079 sq ft home Ma n age-Home is in the 100 year lots of room to play. $149,900. High shop area, 2 bays & custom home Call Today! $189,900 Property features knotty pine, Beautiful The Bulletin's ment 541-536-0117 flood plain. It needs $179,000 Lakes Realty & Prop- 50 amp power for an all on 1 level. Large MLSยน201208379 rock fireplace, cussome TLC but sits on MLSยน201208213 erty Man a gement R V. Separate R V "Call A Service windows for John L. Scott Real Es- 51350 Anchor Way tom cabinets, double covered storage and a wonderful lot and D&D Realty Group LLC 541-536-0117 light/bright c o m fort. tate 541-548-1712 Professional" Cabin on 1.25 acre carport. $139,500 oven! Home-ID 974. could make a good 866-346-7868 Huge master s uite w/city water, $59,900 Eagle Crest 3 bdrm, 2 bath horse MLSยน 201208272 Directory i nvestment o r fi r s t Opportunity Knocks Will High Lakes Realty & w/vaulted ceilings & property w/barn and Juniper Realty, Properties home. Possible owner 757 You Answer? Corner Property skylights. Cozy family Ma n age- t erms. 541-504-5393 866-722-3370 incredible views. $40,0 0 0 Crook County Homes New On The Market! room w/gas fireplace Lot, .27 acre, close to ment 541-536-0117 $139,000 MLSยน201209476 Charming well cared for $264,500 This 2074 sq. open t o kit c h en. all Central O regon 1620 s q .ft. w e l l-apMLSยน201203441 DBD Realty Group LLC Prineville j $99,000 h ome in a ga t e d ft. townhome is bright, $209,900 has to o ffer. Smith Good classified ads tell pointed CRR h ome Call Julie Fahlgren, 866-346-7868 Rock & beyond City community. Light & Over 2 acres with Cas- Broker, 541-550-0098 adjoins 90-acre pasopen "great room" MLSยน201208542 the essential facts in an Bright, vaulted, sky Rem o d el interesting Manner. Write cade Mountain and plan w/ floor to ceiling John L. S cott Real v iews... ture with 2-mile walkClose to schools! Nice 3 Crooked River Can- Crooked River Realty s tarted... J us t a d d lights, air conditioning w indows, ga s f i r e- Estate 541-548-1712 ing track. Heat pump, the readers view - not bdrm home in town 8 large deck. Ameni place, & built-in buffet your personaltouches from yon views on the can- 5-Cascade propane free-standthe seller's. Convert the L andscaped with a yon rim. Bordered by $249,900 ties include front yard opens to a large deck EAGLE CREST behind for the c o mpletion! facts ing stove, oversized acres borders into benefits. Show fenced y a rd , RV 3 000 acres of B L M View & common area main overlooking the f irst gates & on 11th fair1440 sq.ft, 3 bdrm, 2 BLM, 3 bdrm, 2 bath dbl gar + bonus rm. the reader how the item will way. Great room open parking too! $79,900 tenance, pool, sports green of t h e C h albath, off ice and open property for endless custom home, dbl gar Lg kitchen, covered . help them in someway. MLSยน201106963 c ourt, & s n o w r e lenge Course. Home- to dining w/covered living/dining/ kitchen. recreation. + 2 shop areas. 2 strg decks. $13 9 , 900. deck access 8 cook's This DBD Realty Group LLC D etached sgle g a moval. $180,000. MLSยน2704850 ID 951. Eagle Crest MLSยน20120766 bldgs, propane heat advertising tip 866-346-7868 kitchen w/alder cabinSusan Pitarro, Broker rage. N e w pr i c e: JJ Jones, Broker Properties stove, granite, tile. C all N a n c y Pop p etry, granite counter $69,500! MLS brought to youby 541-410-8084 or 541-610-7318 866-722-3370 541-815-8000 Call Nancy Popp C ompletely fenc e d tops & tile floor, over- ยน201208907. 541-389-7910 541-788-3678 Broker, 541 815-8000 Crooked River Realty The Bulletin wi l l car r y ! looking golf course & John L. Scott Real Esproperty! 13665 SW We never stop moving: Hunter Properties LLC O wner Crooked River Realty Cinder. $84, 9 00. $599,900 VIEWS, mtn. vistas. Spacious tate 541-548-1712 VIEWS, VIEWS!! This master suite & luxury MLSยน201207581 A must see, borders Northcrest j $219,947 10 A C R ES/CUSTOM Garage Sales cus t o m bath w/see-thru fire- Panoramic views! Great g ov't l a nds. T h i s C all M e lody C u r ry New construction in NE g orgeous HOME/ S H O P in Bend. 2 story, 3 bed- home offers the kind place & deck access location 3 miles NW of home has many nice 541-771-1116 Powell Butte! Unique Garage Sales to hot tub. Indoor/outRedmond. Views of room, 2.5 bath, 1781 of views that we all features including a Crooked River Realty floor plan w / indoor Garage Sales Rock & sq. ft. G reat r oom live here for! Loaded door speakers, inter- Smith sunroom that f aces spa room, wide hallMORRIS Gorgeous Mountain O chocos. Cus t o m south, great place for f loor p l an , op e n with upgrades, this com, central vac 8 ways, single l evel. Find them REAL ESTATE built 2478 sq. ft. home a Jacuzzi. Covered Views. 12649 SW k itchen, an d m a i n home features 2 mas solar hot water sys$365,000. MLS I dcpc dc dyO cdn depc ccd Peninsula Dr. in level master. Profes- t er suites + 2 a d d i tems. Finished base- on 4.74 acres. 1800 b ack deck t hat i n 201108648 Call Virtional bedrooms, 3569 ment, bonus r o om sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. cludes walkway to the MLSยน201205061 sional landscaping & ginia, Principal BroThe Bulletin Look at: above 1 06 0 s q . ft. MLS201202726 $162,900 2/1 0 H o mebuyer's sq. ft. oversized 2-car gaker 541-350-3418 Classifieds Home -ID 820 triple Bendhomes.com Warranty. garage. $397,000 J oh n L. rage with p r opane Call Melody Curry Redmond RE/MAX 541-771-1116 Eagle Crest MLSยน201203992 Scott R ea l E s t ate heater. 3 b e drooms MLSยน201206008 for Complete Listings of Land & Homes 541-385-5809 Propertiesโ„ข 541-548-1712 Don Kelleher, Broker $529,900 with walk in closets. Crooked River Realty Area Real Estate for Sale Real Estate 866-722-3370 John L. Scott Real EsThe Kelleher Group $68,000 South Heights 3 bdrm, tate 541-548-1712 541-480-1911 MLSยน201200073 2 bath, 1611 sq. ft., We never stop moving: Stick built home with a Cascade Realty, view and double ga- FANTASTIC VIEWS blinds thr o ughout, Dennis Haniford, rage. $125 , 000. of city and Smith park-like setting, Princ. Broker MLSยน 2905473 Rock. Large h ome f enced . 4 7 acr e , Cg 541-536-1731 Call Linda Lou with huge great room. sprinkler sys t e m. Day-Wright, Easy access to Bend $170,000. MLS 50760 South Fawn Broker, 541-771-2585 and Sisters. $205,000 Top of the line 3-bd, 201208179 MORRIS Crooked River Realty MLSยน201201489 Pam Lester, Principal shop, $169,000. High REAL ESTATE Call Travis Hannan, Lakes Realty & PropB roker Century 2 1 $550,000 One of Sage cndcpc dcndyO cdn dOpcwccd Principal Broker, Gold Country Realty, erty Man a gement Builders award win541-788-3480 541-536-0117 Inc. 541-504-1338 n ing h o mes. M i n t Squeaky clean large 3 condition and a truly Redmond RE/MAX Land & Homes bdrm, 2y/pbath, 1980 SW Redmond 3 bdrm, 2 15640 Woodgreen - 3 s e t ting. s q. ft., B e nd, O R magnificent Real Estate bath, 1304 sq. ft., gas bdrm, 1540 sq. f t ., 3376 sf with master home. spacious living b edroom o n f ireplace w/tile s u r landscaped, $241,900 ma i n Fieldstone crossing, 4 High Lakes Realty & room w/gas fireplace floor with tw o b e dr ound, natural g as bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2130 Ma n age$185,900 forced air, c o vered Property rooms and baths upsq.ft., gas f ireplace, ment 541-536-0117 MLSยน201280332 porch, fenced. New stairs f o r gu e sts. tile countertops, slate Jim Hinton listing. $113,000. Home-ID 941 53610 Br o o kie, entry, hardwood, huge Pam 541-420-6229 Lester, Princ. Bro- $ 380,000 Eagle Crest Properties Cus t o m d eck, f e nced, R V Central Oregon Realty ker, Century 21 Gold 866-722-3370 2500 sq. ft. + g uest area. $179,900. MLS Country Realty, Inc. Group, LLC suite. High Lakes Re2012059483. P a m Beautiful home in Great ยนLester, 541-504-1338 alty & Property ManPrincipal BroVillage Wiestoriaj condition $184,500 ker, Century 21 Gold SW Redmond 3 bdrms., agement $425,000 Single level, 3 bdrms, 2 Country Realty, Inc. Custom built 3 b ed2 baths, 1120 sq. ft., 541-536-0117 baths, office, 1792 sq. 541-504-1338 clean, turn-key single 11728 S u n room, 3 bath, 3163 ft. , NEW Stainless Fo r e st, sq.ft. home. Walnut steel appliances, large Gorgeous mo u ntain story home, fenced, 2 Bdrm, 1104 sq.ft., 4/ shed. Traditional sale, wood floor, custom kitchen with e a ting views! 36y acres IrriBunkhouse. $129,000 alder cabinets, 9 ft. & bar. New blinds, fresh gated w/small cabin, 1 Too new fo r M L S. High Lakes Realty & I 11 ft. ceilings, crown paint in & out. Property Ma n agebedroom, 1 bath, pos- $119,900 molding & s urround Jim Hinton sible OWC! $225,000. Pam Lester, Princ. Broment 541-536-0117 ker, Century 21 Gold sound. Private paver 541-420-6229 MLS ยน 20 1 2 01125. 15234 Deer Ave. patio with water fea- Central Oregon Realty Call Charlie, DesigCountry Realty, Inc. ture. 541-504-1338 La Pine I $159,900 Group, LLC nated Broker, Hideaway in the woods MLSยน201208464 541-350-3419 THE FALLS at Eagle across from the Little Deborah Benson, PC, $ 199,900 E njoy t h i s Redmond RE/MAX beautiful view f r om Crest Resort Deschutes River in La Broker, GRI Land & Homes the Sisters to Smith Central Oregon's Pre- P ine. 1617 sq. ft. + 541-480-6448 Real Estate Rock on the deck of mier 55 an d O l der 576 sq. ft. unfinished We never stop moving: this 2 br/2 ba., 1419 Great Home - Terrific Resort C o mmunity. attic space. Granite 30 year fixed APR 15 year fixed APR sq.ft. townhome. Fea Condition! $167,500. Live the Central Orcounters, wood floors tures wall-to-wall win Corner Lot, 2016 sq. egon lifestyle you've 8 .48 acre lot. Amazdows, built in e nter ft., 3 bdrm, 2.5 baths, always dreamed of at ing vacation or pert ainment cente r , open floor plan, fam- THE FALLS at Eagle manent home. Purchas e price8350,000,20% down,Loanamount$280,000,30yrfixed. propane fireplace and ily room, living room, Crest. Residents of www.johnlscott.com MORRIS large great room for patio, /14252 lan d scaped, THE FALLS enjoy exREAL ESTATE entertaining. Home-ID fenced RV area. clusive use of t heir Kathy Caba, Principal I dcpc dcndyO cd d e p c ccd 796 own clubhouse (picBroker, ABR Jim Hinton Eagle Crest Properties Jumbopurchasepriceivalue $80tj 000-20%down/equity $640000loanamount Offer valid asofdateofad,restrictions mayapply Rates/feessub~ecttochange Ijn ApprovedCredit tured), access to three 541-771-1761 541-420-6229 866-722-3370 749 golf courses, and all John L. Scott Central Oregon Realty t he rest o f Ea g l e Real Estate, Bend Group, LLC Southeast Bend Homes Just too many Crest's ame n ities. www.johnlscott.com Investment Opportunity Homesites start at just collectibles? $274,500. P r id e Of 3 b d rm, c h arming $47,500 and lots on $435,000. Sunriver O wnership! Gre a t Gem! Extensive ReBungalow style home, the Challenge Course room floor plan with 3 Sell them in in d owntown R e dmodel! Large corner a re a v ailable. W e b edrooms, 2 b a t hs The Bulletin Classifieds mond. Detached galot., 3 full master MORTGAGE CORPORATION have several PREand d en . C u stom suites, 3.5 baths. rage, lot of off street FERRED BUILDERS features include tile, Price reflects fully furp arking. Zoned f o r that are ready to asfaucets and an insu541-385-5809 home office, residen- s ist you w it h y o u r nished at $447,000. lated/ heated garage. t ial, could b e c o n - complete hom e Gorgeous furnishings. Low mai n tenance$750,000 Ex t r emely to commercial building needs; evUnfurnished at landscape with a trex private s e t ting in verted u se. $99,9 0 0 . erything from p lan$435,000. Call Susan deck & the back of the cul-de-sac, this data source โ€” Cnccln ec Market Tccc 3 MLSยน201206148 for a private showing! ning to moving in. To home is located next b edroom 2. 5 b a t h Call Kelly Starbuck, Susan Pitarro, a rrange for a p e r to greenway. 3275 sq. ft. home can Principal Broker, Broker sonal tour please call Debbie Tallman, Broker only be described as 541-350-3419 541-410-8084 or Eagle Crest Proper541-390-0934 or dff' e legantly cas u a l, Redmond RE/MAX 541-389-791 0 ties at (866) 541-389-7910 w/paver w a l kways, y Hunter Properties Land & Homes 722-3370. Or, better Hunter Properties front and rear deck. Real Estate yet, drop by our office La Pine j $95,000 Wonderful b ackyard ocated next t o t h e 3 bedroom, 2 b ath, New Construction j that i s ex t e nsivelyLarge Lot In SW Red- lRidge Pro Shop. $219,500 mond. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1152 sq. ft. manufaclandscaped with wa New construction in t er feature & f u l l y 1108 sq.ft, 9148 sq.ft. tured home on 1.42 S E Bend. Sin g l e equipped greenhouse. lot, hot tub, sprinkler Looking for your next acres. Kitchen with level, 3 bedroom, 2 i sland & doub l e Home-ID 954 system, greenhouse. emp/oyee? b ath, 1641 s q . f t . stainless sink. Front & Eagle Crest $106,000. Place a Bulletin help home on large lot on MLSยน201207599. wanted ad today and rear decks with railPropertiesโ„ข t he edge o f t o w n i ngs. L a rge w r a p 866-722-3370 Pam Lester, Principal reach over 60,000 CaSey NMI.S 189449 Jennifer NMLS 288550 backing to COI canal. around gravel driveB roker, Century 2 1 readers each week. Completion 3/1/13. $ 158,000. Earth A d - Gold Country Realty, way, fenced lot. Your classified ad vantage Home! Main Inc. 541-504-1338 MLSยน201208267 MLSยน201209044 will also appear on YOu're neVer alOne When 7//e're dOing yOur lOan .. floor living with extenGreg Floyd, Christy Hartmanbendbulletin.com s ive upgrades. A n NE Redmond, 3 bdrm, P.C., Broker DeCourcey, Broker which currently reopen floor plan with 2 bath, 1360 sq. ft., 541-390-5349 541-312-7263 ceives over large entry, slate, red triple garage, office, We never stop moving: 1.5 million page We never stop moving: oak hardwood floors. bay f r ont w i n dow, views every month breakfast bar, c o n- large patio, m ature at no extra cost. crete counters and landscaping, fenced www.academymortgage.com Cg Bulletin Classifieds Cg Birch cabinets. Rear yard. $128,000. MLS Get Results! 571 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Suite 1, Bend, OR 97702 entry garage. 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NE Bend j $165,000 Light and bright single story home located in the gated community o f M o untain V i e w Park. Newly painted exterior and interior. Vaulted ceilings, skylights, attached double car garage, private backyard. MLSยน201209338 Pat Palazzi, Broker 541-771-6996

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Gem in the Rough (Three Rivers South ( $165,000

16869 Downey Rd. ( $174,900

• Elevated homesite - over 1/2 acre! • Overlooking ¹3, ¹4, ¹5, and

• Three Rivers South • Approx. 1.60 acres • Bonus Mt. Bachelor view • Well and Septic • Well maintained gravel road • 54653 Silver Fox Dr. MLS¹201209514

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92 Quelah Condo, Sunriver ~ $245,000

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Rivers Edge - Golf View ( $369,000!

19565 Aster Lane ~ $379,000 • 4 bdrm, 3 bath, 3-car garage • 3000 SF

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Luxury Townhomes ~ Offered from $414,750

SE Bend Small Acreage ~ $420,000 • 61866 Dobbin Rd. • Single level, 3bdrm/2 bath/2468SF • Remode ed in2009 • Huge greatroom

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• This homeboastsvaulted ceilings, knotty pinecabinetsand tile fireplace • River Meadows features pavedpaths, pool, tennis, river frontageand surrounded by National Forest.

• Brand new construction inRiversEdge • Desirable floorplanw/mainlevei master and guestsuite • Open greatroomw/exposedbeams, hand texturedwallslk gourmet kitchen • Near rivertrail & acrossfrom Rivers

• Surrounded by recreational activities MLS ¹201209322

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• Lovely townhome on the Deschvtes River minutesfromSvnriver andc ose to Mt. Bachelor • 4bdrm, 2bathw/beavtiful river views

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• His & Her closets in master

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LovelyTownhome On River ~$285,000

•2bedroom,2bath Quelah ¹s Condo • Complete remodel «I • All new doors/windows • Located on Aspen Lake near Nature Center • Condo pool and tennis courts MLS¹201209372

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• Mountain & lake views! • Home plans available - designed by PacWest

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• 3 bdrm, 2 bath, plus office • 1695 SF w/open floor plan • .57 acre lot with RV parking • Fenced yard w/spnnkler system

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MLS¹ Call Melanle Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO 541-480-4186

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Call Myra Girod, Principal Brokerl 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker l 541-788-6767

Fantastic Townhome inBroken Top f $435,000

Westside - 3811 NW Summerfield Rd.( $450,000

1700 NW lowa ( $460,000

63235 Peterman Lane ( $539,900

Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086

• Gorgeous Mt. Bachelor & golf views • Great room living, light lk bright • Dream kitchen w/stainless appliances • All bedrooms are suites • Loft with built-ins • 3bed, 3.5 bath, 2521SF MLS¹201300321

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• MLS¹201208736

Call Sue Price, Broker l 541-408-7742

Large Home, FriendlyNeighborhood ( $549,000

• 61526 American Lane, Bend • FULLY LEASED • Great lease history & long term tenants • 5 separate units • Superb location!

• Mature old growth pine trees,

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• Quality & pride of ownership! MLS¹ 201208385

Call Mary Stratton, Brokerl 541-419-6340

1204 NW Constellation ( $609,000

• 3bed/2.5 bathlocatedonCompass Park inheart ofNWX • Charmmg 2734SFbu>lt by GregWelch • Den/office on mainfloor off forma entry • 3bedroomsvpalong w/openbonus area & laundryroom • Master bathw/soakingtub, walk-in shower &large coset • Front porchoverlooksCompassPark

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• PleasantAwbreyButte cul-de-sac setting • 3/4 acre forested lot

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• Quality open great room

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Investment/Income ) $549,000

• 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 4-car garage+ shop area

• Contemporary floor plan and finishes • Waterfeatures,inside and out

• Quality construction - great

Call The Norma DuBois and Julle Moe Team, Brokersl 541-312-5151 www TeamNormaAndJulie.com

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• 4 bedroom, 3 bath • 4144 SF w/room for multiple uses • FulonCascade Mtn,viewson .81 acre • 3-car garage

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Call Ron Davls, Prlnclpal Brokerl 541-480-3096

Call Chris Sulak, Broker l 541-350-6164

Call Bryan Hllts, Brokerl 541-771-3200

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PointsWest Rare Offering ( $629,000

• Tree-lined property in Broken Top • 4 bdrms, 4.5 baths, 2950 SF • Marble entry, 3 slate fireplaces • Birch & ash finishes on cabinets & ceiling • Large entertaining deck MLS¹201300359

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• 3 bed, bonus, loft, 3-car garage • Main level living & master suite

• Three outdoor terracesand indoor/outdoor living • Large lot l16,915 sq. ft.) • Full golf membership MLS¹201206848 Call Brlan Ladd, Brokerl 541-408-3912

Call Deb Tebbs Group, Brokers l 541-419-4553

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2012 COBATour House inTetherow ( $699,500

New Tetherow Home ( $675,000

• Beautifv PowelButte l Estateon5acres

2956 SF luxury townhome 4 suites, beautifully appointed Master on the main level Extensive hardwoods, granite, rockwork • Situated on 15th fairway of Widgi Creek MLS¹201201307

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7605 SW Joshua Ct., Powell Butte ) $635,000

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NW Contemporary w/Mountain ViewsinTetherow /$749,000

Tetherow Contemporary ~ $699,900

• 2860 SF, 3bdrm, den, oft • Main floor master suite with patio •Includes$30,000 Golf Membership to Tetherow • Huge lot w/gas firepit backing to commonspace .ux~a• Call for a private showing anytime MLS¹201209235

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• Athletic field w/barn • Mountain views

• Teak gazebo • Beautiful water feature MLS¹201204343

• Open great room, fantastic kitchen

• Theatre room, den, family room • Huge deck, hot tub, 3-car garage • Lg. treed homesite on 4th teebox MLS¹201209136

MLS¹201208865 Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086

Call Sandy Kohlmoos, Broker, CRSl 541-408-4309

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Luxury Single Level in Broken Top( $1,150,000

• Overlooking 10th fairway & green • Custom home completely remodeled in 2004-05 by Melrose Construction • Kathy & Karol Niemi interior plan/ design with quality & detail - 4476 SF • 5 bed, 5.5 bath,main levelmaster • Great room design. Wonderful indoor and outdoor living spacious, quiet cul-de-sac location

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• Seamless integration of indoor and outdoor space,openfloor plan • Private courtyard and covered backpatio w/mountain views • Energy efficient Earth Advantage • A ffex room &study allow for maximum versatility

Call Sllvla Knlght, Brokerl 541-788-4861 or Judy McCombs, Brokerl 541-390-1411

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Call Brlan Ladd, Brokerl 541-408-3912

Broken Top Beauty! ( $889,000

• Brand new single level 3bdm,3.5

• Will feature 3054 SF • 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 3-car garage • Qual i ty finishes, appliances

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Home Builders/Developers f $1,250,000

InThe HeartofDowntown Bend f $1,300,000

• There are so very few buildable lots left in Redmond • 18.37 acres in the UH10 zone • Adjacent to city water & sewer - capable of immediate annex into city limits/services • 34 lots preliminarily pre-platted, most have spectacular views. • Terms possible.

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Brasada Ranch 5400 SF on flat,75 acre! 5 fireplaces! Green built, efficient solar system Finely crafted Gary Norman built

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• Magnificent NW Lodgestyle home on10acre ot • Mt. Bachelor views • South facing windows, radiant heat travertine floors • 4 bdrm, 5.5 baths, den • High end finishes 8appliances • Extensive landscaping with fenced dog area

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• Stunning finishes • Unobstructed mountain views

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Or Principal Broker, home on 4.2 acres. Concrete RV pad and 1700 sq. ft. of living Shop, barn & 4-stall $99,000 Short Sale. t ops, alder t ri m & MLS¹201208145 bring your toys that 541-788-3480 3 -car attached g a s everal hook - u p space. Fenced yard barn. Outside arena don't r equire f o od! MLS¹201206446 doors, hardwood & tile $237,000 Redmond RE/MAX rage + R V b a rn/4+ spots. $180,000 pen s . for pets, walking trails w /attached Faye Phillips, Broker floors. The m a ster D&D Realty Group LLC W ith over 6 a c r es Land & Homes car/shop/guest room. MLS¹201205184 Mountain & c anyon meander through the 541-480-2945 866-346-7868 bath has a garden tub there's plenty of room. Real Estate MLS¹201207123 Call Kelly Starbuck, $360 , 0 00 back of the property. views. John L. Scott with tile surround & Gorgeous 4.68 acres This custom b right Michelle Tisdel, ABR, Principal Broker, MLS¹201207831. Large shop plus an 541-350-3419 Real Estate, Bend separate tile shower. has many up- Powell Butte! 10 Acre! P.C., Broker separate 2 car g a- John L. Scott Real Eswith 4 acres of irriga- home www.johnlscott.com 541-390-3490 Redmond RE/MAX $250,000 Views! $799,900 t ion. F e nced a n d grades, great f loor r age. Ideal for b i g tate 541-548-1712 MLS¹ 201208347 plan, large r ooms, We never stop moving: Land & Homes Spacious 3863 sq. ft. equipment and plenty cross-fenced, s h op, Juniper Realty, Real Estate Take care of tack room. Spectacu- fireplace & so much custom home, g o rof room for snowmo- Ranch in Powell Butte 541-504-5393 m ore. $220, 0 00 $925,000. Pride of geous kitchen, 560 biles quads and other lar Smith Rock Views. MLS¹201105983 your investments The Bulletin sq. ft. office, RV bldg., cs ownership/Borders recreational toys. $173,000 9.33 acres in P owell To Subscribe call with the help from D&D Realty Group LLC shop, & more. Ask for BLM. Feed Lot, hay $265,000 MLS¹201207126 Butte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 541-385-5800 or go to Extensive Fe a t ure Barn, Equip. Shed Call Travis Hannan, 866-346-7868 MLS¹ 201207823 The Bulletin's b ath, 1928 sq . f t . , MLS¹201206082 Sheet $799,900. MORRIS www.bendbulletin.com Call Kerry at Principal Broker, "Call A Service 3-car garage, barn, It's A Lifestyle j MLS¹201106428 Vicci Bowen 541-815-6363 541-788-3480 REAL ESTATE Well maintained 3 bedshop, with RV door. Ir541-410-9730 $824,000 Call Virginia, Cascade Realty, Professional" Directory RE/MAX l dcpc dc clyO cd c d Opcwccd rigated. $35 9 ,000 Redmond room, 2 bath manuTimber-framed conPrincipal Broker Central Oregon Realty Land 8 Homes Dennis Haniford, MLS ¹ 20 1 2 037129 Group, LLC struction using 100541-350-3418 Serenity and Privacy on factured home t h at Princ. Broker Real Estate 1 6751 SW Dove R d . Pam Lester, Principal on 20 acres of seyear-old re c l aimed Redmond RE/MAX 541-536-1731 4.62 acres. Comfort- sits B eautiful cust o m B roker, Century 2 1 Great Country home cluded land. Vaulted Turn-key ranch. Casimbers, b eams & Land & Homes able 3 b edroom, 2 2,500 sq.ft. Iog home Gold Country Realty, has fenced property tflooring, den and a this home will Real Estate cade mtn views, built b ath home a n d a ceilings, on 4.9 acres. Gour- Inc. 541-504-1338 for animals. Wonder warm your heart with l arge k i tchen w i t h Want to impress the in 1993, 38+ acres shop with overmet kitchen w/cherry ful location and a nice character & c h a rm. Priced to Sell $199,900 30x40 pantry. Tons of p rirelatives? Remodel with 26 + i r r igation, RV door. Build vacy that is still close c abinets, gran i te BETWEEN BEND & shop area. Ready for Main home, guest Spacious 3 bd, 2 y/p bth sized barn, shop, hay shed, your custom home to town. $153,000 your home with the counters, & farmer's a family wanting to fenced. $55 0 ,000. home, shop, 20 priin Hi g hland with brea t htaking sink. 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It is 1 views from this .45 of w/living r o o m & mountain views. Nice parking. $ 1 4 5,000. 40x60 MLS¹201209007 kitchen having great room floor plan, ¹ 20 1 007848. f inished w it h b a t h . bedroom plus loft and an acre lot. Cascade Call Linda Lou MORRIS Price Reduction!!! Pan- MLS 2 p o nds, 1 bath. Renaii heatMountain views, plus wide-plank floors of Pam Lester, Principal Hothouse, Day-Wright, Broker, u pdated roof, w i nREAL ESTATE oramic Views! Great landscaped. M oun- ing with covered en- Smith Rock and Black reclaimed pine. Dis- dows & heat pump. B roker, Century 2 1 541-771-2585 Icd p ndcpdy~ d cc d Opcwccd location 3 miles NW of tain & meadow views. Butte views! Home-ID tressed maple cabiGold Country Realty, 12 frost free faucets, tertainment deck. Put 987 Crooked River Realty Fenced, cross fenced Redmond. Views of in rental pool at WPI nets in Kitchen with 1 Inc. 541-504-1338 & 6 outbuildings. Smith Rock & wrap-around decks on or enjoy exclusively. $83,500 G r eat Moun $50,000 - Close to 1 /2 thi c k slat e LOG HOME on 4 . 85 MLS¹201206169 chocos. Cus t o m Spectacular views of h ome a n d muc h tain View .44 a c re Prineville Reservoir $159,000 counters. If you like a acres, home has had O Greg Miller, P.C., 2478 sq. ft. home the Cascade Mtns & more. $375,000 home site. Avoid bank Older manufactured MLS¹ 201105408 cozy c o untry f e e l. much remodeling es- built Broker, CRS, GRI 4.74 acres. 1800 MLS¹ 201207852 c losing costs; t h e D eschutes Riv e r . home on 1+ ACRE You've got it!! BeauCall Kerry at pecially the kitchen. on 541-408-1511 sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. Custom home s ituCascade Realty, seller is offering excel LOT, Idleway Acres. 541-815-6363 tiful Cascade Moun- We never stop moving: Barn with 3 stalls with a c r es . MLS ated on 2 . 3 a c res Dennis Haniford, lent terms to a quali Call Virginia, Cascade Realty, tain Views. 2 corrals, p ads a n d wat e r, 4.74 ¹201202726 w/300' of river frontPrinc. Broker fied buyer. Home-ID Principal Broker Dennis Haniford, pond, shared lake, 3 washing spot, t ack $397 000i 541-536-1731 619 541-350-3418 Princ. Broker acres of irrigation, 2 room. Barn is 36x40, John L Scott Real Es- a ge. 2937 s q . f t . cs w/hardwood, c r o wn $65,000 N i cely treed Redmond RE/MAX 541-536-1731 stall barn. $375,000 36x40 shop. Fenced tate 541-548-1712 763 and fairly level .40 moulding, wainscotLand & Homes MLS ¹201205878 and cr o ss-fenced. ing & m u c h m o re! Recreational Homes acre lot with view of Real Estate Get-away acre with Bobbie Strome, L andscaped h uge MORRIS C line Butte t o t h e MLS¹201208388 Principal Broker FOUR RV hookups!. pond. $299,900 & Property 5 Acres In Paradise Say "goodbuy" s outh. This lot is l o REAL ESTATE $699,000 J oh n L. 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Cathe- Great place 15 miles Private home with fine Eagle Crest Properties 541-536-0117 d ral a r chways & privacy on 6.18 acres, air heat, deep garage, on 5 a c res 866-722-3370 town for some- finishes private, park-like set Nearly 2-acres, Mt view, 3 irrigated acres. 2563 vaulted ceil i ngs. from surrounded by 5 41 -385-580 9 764 H ardwood floo r s , o ne w/ h o rses o r M ountain Views i n great location in CRR, sq. ft. beautifully up- ting. Perfect vacation 1 6261 Pine D r o p herd of cattle. Odin Falls R a nch. with v e r y li v eable d ated h o me , de - home. Solid hickory cabin- small Farms & Ranches N icely c l eared & h ome. $64, 9 0 0. Remarkable Riverfront etry. Dble car garage 160 ac with 158 ac tached 4-car tandem MLS¹201209404 O utdoor k itchen & fenced acre. $35,000 native pasture in-ground pool + de- MLS¹201208697 Call Nancy Popp g arage wit h s h o p w/ extra room & work- good Home Gentlemen farm & re High Lakes Realty & w/ bunch grass. 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Principal Broker alty & Property appears and we will Level 5.19 acres with attached garage. County. $10,000. shower, Vaulted ceilyourneeds. 773 John L Scott Real Management be happy to fix it as Call Marilyn Rohaly, ings, wood laminate High Lakes Realty 8 mountain views. Well Estate 541-385-5500 541-536-01 1 7 Acreages s oon as w e c a n . treed w it h s e v eral Call on one of the Property ManageBroker, floors, FA heat 8 AC. Deadlines are: Week- possible 541-322-9954 C overed dec ks . ment 541-536-0117 Nice flat lot in Terrebbuil d i ng professionals today! Breathtaking Views Nice mountain views, days 11:00 noon for sites. $94,500. Call Manlyn Com m unity John L. 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Full Warran201106095 32 0 1 2001172 • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ties, Finished on your The Bulletin Classifieds MLS the t o p of t his The Bulletin Classified Mfd./Mobile Homes Juniper Realty, Pam Lester, Principal Crooked River Realty one-of-a-kind Sisters attached 2-car garage site. 541-548-5511 541-504-5393 with Land B roker, Century 2 1 G randfathered-in R V a creage! Listed a t • 1248 sq. ft. 1993 SilJandMHomes.com Gold Country Realty, lot, come camp or SW D OV E R D . M t. vercrest 541-385-5809 $ 699,000. Bring a n Mountain Views! - 3 b d rm, 2 Inc. 541-504-1338 b uild y o u r dr e a m offer! Washington & Three • Large living room, Own your own home for $84,900 $103,000 bath, 1.03 acres, ga 2082nd Ave, Culverhome. Septic/Power/ Sisters views from this dining area www.johnlscott.com 3.39 acres with crazy woodstove, Level city lot in the NW Bend Lot j $80,000 W ater. r e n ting. rage, $57,9 0 0 Vaulted c e i lings, less t ha n /kelliecook mountan views! 6.1 acre property with • vaulted ceil i n gs. Build your c u stom MLS¹201207367 Centrally located in heart of Culver. All power installed. Close Sunny windows Kellie Cook, Broker Owner will carry. u tilities are a t th e home on this .47-acre Linda Lou Day- Wright, In- h ouse MLS¹201208375 541-408-0463 MLS¹201100748 to t h e Des c hutes• FA heat 8 heat pump Madras. Call Melody Curry lot on a short street f inancing opti o ns street ready to be in Broker, 541-771-2585 River and Steelhead (A/C) John L. Scott Call Travis Hannan, with o nl y a few Crooked River 541-771-1116 stalled. This lot just Falls. $99,500 MLS¹ • Front porch and large available. Call now at Crooked Real Estate, Bend Principal Broker, River Realty homes. Enjoy views of 541-475-2291 needs y o u r new Realty 201205646 back deck www.johnlscott.com 541-788-3480 the River's Edge golf home. $38,200 Call Marilyn R ohaly, Redmond RE/MAX Juniper Re a l ty, 5 ACRES with mounBU I L D! course and the buttes R EADY T O MLS¹ 201203505. 541-504-5393 Broker, 541-322-9954 Snowberry Village ¹119 tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 Land & Homes to the east. Easy ac- 5.07 acres, flat l ot, Juniper Realty John L. Scott Real • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 Real Estate b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , Need to get an ad 541-504-5393 cess to Highway 97 mature trees, paved SW Geneva View Rd. Estate, Bend baths, 1920 sq. ft. 36x40 shop, fenced, road, 1/3 interest in and the Parkway. T errebonne. L e v e l in ASAP'? www.JohnLScott.com • 2000 Silvercrest TriNW Bend Land j irigated, ext. sprinkler Lot 17 L a newood well, applied for stanMLS¹201204299 1.14 acres that will be plewide system. $27 9 ,000. $25,000. Be a u tiful, Jerry Stone, Broker $495,000 dard septic. $99,900. easy to build on. 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Located in a designer colors Cascade Views in TerAbout Products and • Master bath w/garden 5 acres adjoins public MLS¹201209443 541-504-5393 cul-de-sac. • Gas heat and A/C. tub & double shower Services Every Daythrough rebonne. $192,500 land over Deschutes Craig Long, Broker MLS¹2609088 MORRIS River. Short walk to Breathtaking views, De541-480-7647 SW River Rd. Exc. view Elevated corner lot- • Gas FA heat PLUS The Bulletin Classifieds Call Lin d a Lou views schutes River Can- We never stop moving: river. $74,900. AC & fireplace REAL ESTATE from top of property. • nice Day-Wright, Attached 2-car ga- • Immaculate - too yon, and farming valGigantic views! MLS¹201102328 2.79 acres w alking 1 dcpc dc wo cd d o p c rcd Broker, 541-771-2585 shop area ley below, 5 usable $129,000. Quality FuCall Linda Lou many upgrades to list! distance to the Des- • rage+ Crooked River Realty Front deck and rear acres with well. 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Independcntly &med and Opcrarcd Group, LLC Group, LLC Management living. $49,000 MLS¹ ¹ 201200937. Pam MLS¹201205386 541-536-0117 201009429 Lester, Principal BroCall Julie Fahlgren, NW Dove Rd., TerrebCascade Views, PowJuniper Realty, (2) Bend City lots, 2851 ker, Century 21 Gold Broker, 541-550-0098 ell Butte j $169,000 onne. Private w ell, 541-504-5393 Country Realty, Inc. Crooked 8 2857 Huettl St., off River Realty p ower & septic i n V IEWS! V IE W S ! Butler Mkt. All utils under 541-504-1338 SW Shad Rd. Located VIEWS! Beau t iful stalled! L e v e l 5 . 12 1 0 ACRES, w ell i n round $89,900 for both. Cascade Views from acres wit h s e veral on a p aved street. stalled, large pines. all Ron, 541-206-7995 Three 9148 sq.ft. FLAT this 19.62 acre v abuilding sites with Mtn This 2.7 acre parcel lots, cul-de-sac, utili$ 120,000. 15 607 has Mt. Jefferson 8 $39,900 - Lot 141 SW ties stubbed into PUE, Deedon Rd., La Pine. cant land home site in views. All it needs is C rater Loop. 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School. $59 9 ,000. 541-383-4350 Realty, Inc. MLS¹201008725 541-504-5393 15-YEAR FIXED rg j "g MLS¹201100751 541-504-1 338 MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 We never stop moving: Call Julie Fahlgren Call Travis Hannan, Pam Lester, Principal Just bought a new boat? 541-550-0098 Three Rivers South Principal Broker, B roker, Century 2 1 Sell your old one in the Crooked River Realty 541-788-3480 Lot j $75,000 Gold Country Realty, classifieds! Ask about our River, trails, public Redmond RE/MAX Canyon City, Oregon Inc. 541-504-1338 Super Seller rates! Land & Homes Investment opportunity. lands! Big Deschutes 541-385-5809 4 .38 A cr e v i e w l o t Real Estate 4 city tax lots totalling River beach access MORRIS backs BLM, Cascade 775 14.07 acres. Zoned right across the road. ESTATE SW Canyon Dr. Manufactured/ R1. It's possible to di- .45 acre cul-de-sac lot mtn & S m ith R o ck REAL 30-YEAR FIXED Ind p ndcndy~ d a n dOpewted vide the lots further. to build your dream views. 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