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StOlen ChildhuudS — Kids
in Syria are surrounded by war — or worse, they're taking part in it.A6
By Tyler Leeds
ed by Patrick Lanning while A i rport Hotel" during the evethe claimant "was physically n ing hours of Feb. 6 or morning helpless." Lanning, 48, is hours of Feb. 7. Lanning
Rubik'6 revival —celebrating nearly four decadesof the colorful puzzle cube.AS
Paper microscopeIt costs less than adollar to make; its creator wants every child in the developing world to have one.A3
ment. According to the Oregon
Judicial Information Network,
The man Central Oregon Lanning has not been charged Community College intended currently chief academwas at the hotel for the with any crime. Asked for any "2014 Annual S t udent policerecords or reports namto hire as its next president has ic officer of instruction been accusedofsexual miscon- and studentservices for < Succe s s 8 z Re t ention ing Lanning from February duct by a colleague at Cheme- the Chemeketa CommuConference" where he 2014, Port of Portland media keta Community College. nity College District and was presenting on the relati ons manager Steve JohnAccording to a tort claim no- Yamhill Valley Campus Lanning cha l lenges faced by im- son wrote, "records otherwise tice filed with Chemeketa on president in McMinnville. poverished students, ac- responsive to your request are Feb.24,an employee ofChemeAccording to the tort claim c ording to a schedule from the not subject to disclosure at this keta is threatening to sue the notice, the action allegedly oc- e v ent. time, as these records pertain to college "for acts of sexual abuse, curred "in the claimant's hotel L ann i n g di d not return re- an ongoing investigation." or sexual contact" conduct- room at the Sheraton Portland peated calls and emails for comSeeCOCC/A5
By Tara Bannow The Bulletin
Oregon on Friday became the first state
in the countryto abandon its embattled health insurance
exchange and instead move to the federal exchange. The unanimous vote by Cover Oregon leaders follows Thurs-
Wine growlers — Feds
dation from the ex-
back off, allowing them to be filled in Oregonagain. B1
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ln world news —More sanctions coming against Russia amid Ukraine tensions.A2
And a Wed exclusiveClimbers begin to leaveEverest amid regrets and tensions among sherpas. beetlbelletie.cem/extras
change's technology committee. The move leaves open many questions, including whether Oregonians who enrolled in private plans through the exchange will
BEND'S WATER PROJECT
have to re-enroll via
asse emen a S ai
the federal exchange to keep their current plans in 2015. Alex Pettit, the
exchange's interim chief information
officer ,told reporters after Friday's meeting there will need to be"some transfer of data" between Oregon's exchange and the federal exchange to make the
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spot as talks fizzle
Judges put limits on digital evidence
By Jodi Rudoren New York Times News Service
JERUSALEM — Less
than a month ago, Israel was in U.S. Secretary of State John
By Ann E. Marimow and Craig Timberg
a :4 'lt
hairs, accused of sabo-
taging the peace process he had championed by
The Washington Post
continuing construction in West Bank settlements
Judges at the lowest
and balking on a promise to release long-serving Palestinian prisoners. But
judiciary are balking at sweeping requests
when Israel suspended the stalemated negotiations
Thursday, it did so with
levels of the federal ' 4 's . '
by law enforcement
Dean Guernsey/The Bulletin
A pinwheel compactor is used to compact gravel over newly set water pipe as other heavy equipment digs a trench for the10-mile-long water piping project along Skyliners RoadWest of Bend.
personal data, de-
claring the demands overly broad and at
Washington's tacit bless-
ing, providing a fractured government not fully com-
By Hillary Borrud
of the project until a federal
ect. "And so at some point, it
mitted to peace a low-risk
makes sense to just begin to
exit strategy. Frustrated by the impasse in the peace talks,
A legal challenge to Bend's $24 million water supply project appears to be headed
judge issues a decision. Six of the seven city councilors
President Mahmoud Ab-
to trial, after months of settlement talks between the city,
bas of the Palestinian Authority has recently played a variety of cards in hopes of improving his position in the negotiating room and on the street. He took
U.S. Forest Service and opponents of the project failed to produce a deal. City Councilor Sally Russell said Thursday that it
steps to join 15 internation-
was time to proceed with
al conventions, threatened
the case, because the city cannot proceed with parts
to dissolve his government and, finally, made a deal
officials for cellphone and other sensitive
condense those processes."
believes it is still possible to settle the case. "I think there is room to find middle ground
traveled to U.S. District Court
Central Oregon Land-
in this conversation," Rus-
in Eugene Tuesday for a settlement conference with the two groups suing to stop the water project.
Watch and WaterWatch of
sell said. "I know it's in the
Oregon filed the lawsuit in
ratepayers' interest and ev-
November after the Forest
"The longer we extend the settlement talks without go-
the city of Bend for the water
eryone's interest to find that middle ground." Lawyers are working on a schedule for the case to pro-
Service issued a permit to
ing into the briefing process,
project. The groups say the Forest Service did not ade-
it costs everyone time and
quately consider the impact
money," Russell said, citing existing contracts with companies to build the water proj-
of the city project on fish and wetlands. However, Russell said she
ceed. The next step will be
for all parties to submit legal briefs to U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken.
odds with basic constitutional rights
This rising assertiveness by magistrate judges — the worker bees of the federalcourtsys-
tem — has produced rulings that elate civil libertarians and frustrate investigators, forcing them to meet
or challenge tighter rules for collecting electronic evidence.
this week with Hamas,
the militant Islamic group that is widely reviled in the West.
The gambles drew repeated rebukes from Washington. SeeTalks /A4
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- a rees omore san ionson ussia By Peter Leonard The Associated Press
DONETSK, Ukraine — The United States and other nations
TeaCher training —The Obamaadministration announcedFriday that it was developing ratings of teacher preparation programs tomake them moreaccountable for their graduates' classroom performance. Teacher training programshavefrequently come under attack as ill-conceived or mediocre, andteachers themselves haveoften complained that such programs donot adequately prepare them tohandle children with varying needsandabilities. By this summer, the administration will propose rules for evaluating all teacher training programs, using metrics that could includethe number of graduates placed in schools, as well aspass rates on licensing exams,teacher retention rates and jobperformance ratings of teachers.
in the Group of Seven agreed Friday to "move swiftly" to impose additional economic sanctions on Russia in response to its actions in Ukraine.
In a joint statement released Friday night by the White House, the G-7 nations said they will act urgently to intensify "targeted sanctions." The statement said the G-7 will also
continue to prepare broader sanctions on key Russian eco-
nomic sectors if Moscow takes Sergei Grits/The Associated Press more aggressive action. Pro-Russian mllitants inspect a truck Friday near Slovyansk, The White House said U.S. Ukraine. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov hasaccused sanctions could be levied as the West of plotting to control Ukraine and sald the pro-Russian early as Monday. insurgents in the southeast would lay down their arms only if the The announcement came as Ukrainian government clears out a protest camp in Kiev. top Ukrainians spoke of imminent invasion and Moscow said
that pro-Russian separatists Tensions were heightened on would not lay down their arms the ground, with Russian fightin eastern Ukraine until activ- er jets reported crossing into ists relinquish control over key Ukrainian airspace and a team sites in Kiev. of unarmed foreign military The G-7 nations said they observers detained by pro-Ruswere moving forward on the sian forces in Slovyansk, the targeted sanctions now be- heart of the separatist movecause of the urgency of secur- ment inthe east. ing plans for Ukraine to hold With last week's Geneva presidential elections next agreement calling on all illemonth. gal armed groups to lay down The penalties are expected their weapons and hand over to target wealthy Russian indi- occupied cities and facilities in viduals who are dose to Presi- tatters, both sides exchanged dent Vladimir Putin, as well as threats and warnings Friday. entities they run. However, the Accusing the West of plotU.S. will continue to hold off on ting to control Ukraine, Rustargeting broad swaths of the sian Foreign Minister Sergey Russian economy, though the Lavrov dedared that pro-Ruspresident has said he is willing sia insurgents in the country's to take that step if Putinlaunch- east would only disarm and es a military incursion in east- leave the territory they have ern Ukraine. occupied if the Ukrainian govA senior Obama administra- ernment clears out a protest tion official said each country camp in Kiev's Independence in the G-7 would determine Square, known as the Maidan, their own sanctions. While the and evicts activists from other sanctions will be coordinated, occupied facilities. "The West wants — and this they will not necessarily be identical, according to the offi- is how it all began — to seize cial, who was not authorized to control of Ukraine because discuss the matter publicly and of their own political ambiinsisted on anonymity. tions, not in the interests of the
neva accords, clear out that
shameful Maidan and liberate the buildings that have been illegally seized," the Russian foreign minister said. Ukraine's reaction was swift. "The world has not yet forgotten World War II, but Rus-
sia is already keen on starting World War III," Ukraine's act-
ing prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk told a meeting of his Cabinet. At t h e
U n i te d N a tions,
Ukraine's deputy foreign minister, Danylo Lubkivsky said he feared an imminent Russian invasion. ''We have the information
we are in danger," Lubkivsky told reporters, saying Russian military maneuvers involving air and ground forces along the Ukraine border were a "very dangerous development." The heightened rhetoric came as U.S. officials report-
ed that Russian fighter jets flew into Ukrainian airspace several times over the last 24
hours, in what one called a provocation. It wasn't clear what the intent was, but the aircraft could have
been testing Ukrainian radar or making a show of force, said Pro-Russia insurgents will the officials, who spoke on conObama convened a conference call with European leaders to disarm and vacate buildings dition of anonymity because gauge their commitment to ad- "only if Kiev authorities get they were not authorized to talk ditional sanctions. down to implementing the Ge- publicly about the issue. The White House released the G-7 statement hours after
NRA meeting —Several potential Republican presidential candidates courted gun-rights supporters Friday atthe National Rifle Association's annual convention, talking uptheir pro-gun credentials while imploring the crowd to fight not just for their SecondAmendment rights but for other freedomsthey sayare being threatened. U.S.Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, former Pennsylvania U.S.Sen. Rick Santorum, IndianaGov.MikePenceand LouisianaGov.BobbyJindaladdressedthe NRA's annual leadership forum, akind of political pep rally the organization considers one of its premier events. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and U.S.Sens.TedCruz of TexasandKelly Ayotte of NewHampshire also recorded brief videos that wereplayedfor the crowd of morethan 2,000 inside LucasOil Stadium, hometo the Indianapolis Colts.
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Airliner StOWaWay —The mother of a California teenager who stowed away on aflight to Hawaii told Voice of America that her son had recently learned that shewasalive after being told by his father she had died. Speaking with VOA from a refugee camp in eastern Ethiopia, mother UbahMohamedAbdullahi said she felt bad that her son risked his life and that her dream is to live with her children in the United States. "I cried, felt badly andmany people in the refugee camp came to me togive mesupport," she said. FBI agents say surveillance video shows the15-year-old jumping out of the wheelwell of a Hawaiian Airlines jet on aMaui tarmac Sundayafter surviving a cross-Pacific flight from SanJose, Calif. Hetold authorities he had argued with his father before leaving his house.The5t/a-hour flight over the Pacific exposed him to sub-zero temperatures andvery low temperatures, likely knocking him out for the duration. Hehasbeen hospitalized ever since. Iraq attaCk —Suicide bombers killed 31 people Friday at a sports stadium hosting a campaign rally for thousands of supporters of a militant Shiite group before parliamentary elections, authorities said — an attack that could unleash moresectarian violence. An al-Qaida breakaway group, the Islamic State of Iraq andthe Levant, claimed responsibility for the attack at the Industrial Stadium in eastern Baghdad, which drew about10,000 backers of the Iranian-backedAsaib Ahl al-Haq group. It said on amilitant website that the bombings were to avenge what it called the killing of Sunnis andtheir forced removal from their homes byShiite militias. Theauthenticity of the claim could not be independently verified. SOuth KOrea ferry —As visiting President Barack Obamaoffered South Koreans his condolences Friday for the ferry disaster, the SouthKoreangovernmentconcededthatsomebodieshavebeen misidentified and announcedchanges to prevent such mistakes from happening again. Therehavebeenseveral reports in South Korean media this week of bodies going to the wrong families, with the error sometimes caught only after the remains weretaken to a funeral home. An "action plan" released bythegovernment-wide emergency task force acknowledged that"there havebeen cases where thevictims were wrongly transferred." NOrth KOrea detainS tOuriSt —A24-year-old U.S. tourist who said he wasseeking shelter in North Koreahas been detained there for more than two weeksand is being held on charges of a"gross violation of its legal order," the country's official KoreanCentral News Agency reported Friday. But the circumstances of the detention may be in dispute. A travel agency in NewJersey said that the man,whom it identified as Matthew Miller, was on its tour to the North and that he was bein gheld "onclaimsofseekingasylum."Thenewsagencysaid the American wasbeing held for his "rash behavior" while passing through customs April10. — From wire reports
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Girl fatally stabbedat Connecticut school ondayot prom By Nate Schweber and Michael Schwirtz
the school who said he had known both Sanchez and the
New York Times News Service
petry in the show, a role at fingertips," Kovac said. "Mar- which flashier students may en should be celebrating at have turned up their noses: her prom this evening with operating Audrey II, the giant her friends and classmates. man-eating plant. "Her natural ease of just Instead we are mourning her death and we are trying as a being able to manipulate this community to understand the giant avocado-looking plant" senseless loss of life." clinched the role for her, Mele Among her many roles at sard. the high school, Sanchez had The suspect will be formalserved as c l ass p r esident, ly arraigned in Juvenile Court manager of the swim and soft- in New Haven on Monday. A ball teams and a member of knife wasrecovered from the the drama club. Last year she scene, the authorities said. won the school's talent show The suspect's lawyer did with a rendition of "Home" by not respond to a m e ssage Phillip Phillips. She was also seeking comment. in the National Honor Society I nstead of a t tending t h e and other service clubs. prom, students of the junior "She was the most beauticlass, wearing their tuxedos ful person I knew," Annalyse and dresses, joined hundreds Rose DeLucca, 16, said. "She of others Friday evening for a had a very big heart. She nev- memorial on Walnut Beach in er let anybody feel left out. Milford. At one point, a man
suspected attacker since they MILFORD, Conn. — A were in sixth grade together, 1 6-year-old student w a s said the attacker had been destabbed to death in the hall- jected when Sanchez turned way of a Connecticut high down his invitation. "He liked her for a while," school Friday morning, the day of the school's junior Curtin said. "She just got a prom. new boyfriend." The authorities arrested a Curtin said he had been in 16-year-old male student and the media center just before charged him as a juvenile the first class of the day at 7:20 with murder, and the police a.m. He said the librarian had said they were looking into re- reported hearing what soundports that a dispute about the ed like someone falling down prom might have prompted the stairs, called 911 and told the attack. all of the students to stay The k i l l in g oc c urred there. around 7:15 a.m., just as the Immediately after the atschool day was about to be- tack, staff members and a gin. Students crammed the police officer assigned to the halls of Jonathan Law High school subdued the suspect, School, some giddily antic- Mello said. ipating donning gowns and Edward Kovac, a cousin, tuxedos later that day. who acted as a spokesman for Every time I saw her she had a told the crowd to shout the A scream cut the air, and Sanchez's family, said more smile on her face." two words that came to mind there was momentary confu- must be done to protect chilRecently, she had been cast about Sanchez. "Best Friend!" sion as students were hustled dren from violence at school. in "Little Shop of Horrors," a "The unprovoked attack into classrooms and told to musical comedy scheduled stay. In one of the halls be- on Maren this morning has for next Friday and Saturday neath a stairwell, Maren San- unfortunately for our family in the high school auditorium, chez, 16, a well-liked member
of the drama club known for her singing voice, lay dying.
resulted in the permanent loss of Maren Victoria Sanchez, a
bright light full of hopes and
dreams with her future at her
Then 20 purple balloons were released. When the group broke up, young men in black, gray and white tuxedos marched down the beach followed by young women in peach, turquoise, crimson and black dresses. They walked to the end of a
long pier and clustered again, above a pewter sea. They shouted in "Maren!"
u n i son:
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said Michael Mele, the drama
program's adviser. She was involved in some key pup-
She had been stabbed, the authorities said, by another
student. C hief Keith Mello of t h e Milford Police D epartment
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said that officials had not made any rulings on possible motives but that investigators
were looking into reports that
the victim had declined an invitation to the prom from
authorities did not release be-
sald. Tyler Curtin, 16, a junior at
the suspect, whose name the cause he is a minor. The prom was postponed. "This is a very raw, a very fresh investigation," Mello
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• Discoveries, breakthroughs,trends, namesin the news— the things you needto know to start out your day
It's Saturday, April 26, the 116th day of 2014.There are 249 days left in the year.
HAPPENINGS Odama — The president's tour of Asia continues in South Korea andMalaysia.
HISTORY Highlight:In1564, William Shakespeare wasbaptized at Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. In1865, John Wilkes Booth,
the assassin of President Abraham Lincoln, was surrounded by federal troops near Port Royal, Va., and killed. In1913, Mary Phagan, a 13-year-old worker at aGeorgia pencil factory, was strangled; Leo Frank, the factory superintendent, was convicted of her murder and sentenced to death. (Frank's death sentencewas commuted,buthe was lynched by ananti-Semitic mob in1915.) In1923, Britain's Prince Albert, Duke of York (the future King George Vl), married LadyElizabethBowes-Lyonat Westminster Abbey. In1937, Germanand Italian warplanes raided the Basque town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War; estimates of the number of people killed vary from the hundreds to the thousands. In1952, the destroyer-minesweeper USSHobson sank in the central Atlantic after col-
liding with the aircraft carrier USS Waspwith the loss of176 crew members. In1964, the African nations of Tanganyika andZanzibar merged to form Tanzania. In1986, a major nuclear accident occurred at the Chernobyl plant in Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union). In1989, actress-comedian Lucille Ball died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles at age77. In1994, voting began in South Africa's first all-race elections, resulting in victory for the African National Congress andthe inauguration of Nelson Mandela as president. China Airlines Flight140, a Taiwanese Airbus A-300, crashed while landing in Nagoya, Japan, killing 264 people (there were seven survivors). In1999, BBCanchorwoman Jill Dando, host of a crime-fighting program, was fatally shot on the steps of her London home. (Barry George was convicted in July 2001 of killing Dando; however, hewas acquitted in a retrial.) Ten years ago: Following conservative criticism of his anti-war activities during the Vietnam era, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry accused President George W. Bush of failing to prove whether he'd fulfilled his commitment to the National Guard during the sameperiod. The government unveiled its new, colorized $50 bill. Five years ago: The United States declared a public health emergency as more possible cases of swine flu surfaced from Canada toNewZealand; officials in Mexico City closed everything from concerts to sports matches to churches in an effort to stem the spread of the virus. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary RodhamClinton made an unannouncedvisitto Lebanon, where shemet with President Michel Suleiman. One year ago: Unable to ignore air travelers' anger, Congress overwhelmingly approved legislation to allow the Federal Aviation Administration to withdraw furloughs of air traffic controllers caused by budget-wide cuts known as the sequester. Fire at apsychiatric hospital near Moscow killed 38 people; only three escaped.
BIRTHDAYS Actress-comedian Carol Burnett is 81. Actor Giancarlo Esposito is 56. Actor Jet Li is 51. Actor-comedian Kevin James is 49. United States Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey is 48. Actor Channing Tatum is 34. — From wire reports
Ma in science
toosan one cana or New York Times News Service
By John Markoff
who submit a question they would like to use the instru-
STANFORD, C a l i f.
ment to help answer. In the
Manu Prakash keeps a map two weeks after the March on his bedroom wall that 11 announcement, more imagines what the world than 8,000 applications had would look like if it were been received. configured according to the Prakash's interest in sciscientific research that each ence goes back to his childregion produces. hood in India, where he and Judged this way, he said, hisbrother were regularsci"Africa just disappears, In- ence-fair winners. He was 9 dia is small, and China is years old when the Exxon only a little bigger." Valdez oil tanker accident To combat that inequity, occurred. Seeking to draPrakash has proposed the matize the need for a better creation of a "frugal sci- way to control oil spills, he ence." He believes that by built a model tanker, filled it distributing powerful yet with oil, and then exploded inexpensive laboratory in- it in a demonstration pool. struments he can play the Unfortunately, the judges, role of a scientific Johnny who were standing next to Appleseed, spreading sci- the pool to get a closer view, ence and medical opportu- were singed in the ensuing nity around the globe. oil fire. "Today people look at Prakash came to study in these extraordinary labs the United States after he and forget that in the 1800s buttonholed the physicist they could still do the ex-
N eil Gershenfeld of M I T act same science," he said, during his visit to the Indi-
referringto major research
an Institute of Technology
laboratories and the work
in Kanpur. Gershenfeld recalled that after his lecture a student "wh o w o u ldn't
accomplished in far more modest settings. Prakash,
34, a biophysicist and an shut up" descended upon assistant professor at Stan- him. "There were all these seriford University, is designing laboratory tools that are ous students, and then there significantly cheaper and in was Manu," he said. "He some cases more powerful had 10 different projects than existing professional and 10 different ideas, and equipment. none of them made sense, and all were interesting."
A paper microscope
Last month he received
Prakash obtained a Ph.D. from the MIT Media Laboratory in 2008.
widespread attention for his Foldscope, a 3D-printed With Gershenfeld, he pimicroscope assembled from oneered microfluidic buborigami-folded paper. The ble logic, a technology that m icroscope wil l m a k e i t combines computing and possible for schoolchildren, chemistry. Information is laboratory technicians and represented by microbubeven the world's best sci- bles that can move through entists to have the imaging channels that branch and power of a desktop instru- switch. Unlike bits in elec-
The genes of the deadlyinsect have been sequenced, leading to new hope for prevention of sleeping sickness, which the fly spreads. By Donald G. McNeil Jr. New York Times News Service
After 10 years of effort, a
team led by scientists at Yale has finally decoded the genes of the tsetse fly, a bloodsuck-
ing scourge of Africa. With that knowledge, they hope to find new ways to repel or kill the insects, whose bite transmits sleeping sickness,
rabies, drives its victims mad before they lapse into a coma and die. The flies also carry nagana, which weakens or Geoffrey M. Attardo via New York Times NewsService kills cattle and renders whole After10years of effort, a team ledby scientists at Yale has finally regions of Africa inhospitable decoded the genes of the tsetse fly, information they hope will lead to most livestock. to new ways to repel or kill the insects. There are now fewer than 10,000 confirmed cases per
year of sleeping sicknessmany progeny and hope a few formally known as human survive," Aksoy said. "With African trypanosomiasistsetse, the hatch rate is nearly but the disease occurs in ep- 100 percent." idemics. As recently as 1998, That parsimonious reprothe number of estimated cases duction c a used p r o blems, was 300,000. Treatment is long because sequencers need the and difficult, and without it bug equivalent of identical the disease is fatal. twin girls to be sure all that Sequencingthe genome of the DNA they are working on Glossina morsitans, one of is uniform; they use females several tsetse species, took a because male Y chromosomes decade,partl y because tsetses are full of so-called junk DNA, have highly unusual biology which lacks the codes for — among other traits, they making proteins. are the only insects that nurse With most insects this is their young — and partly be- easy; a female mosquito, for cause of global health politics. example, might hatch 500 Since mosquito-borne dis- identical females after each eases are the major threat to
Americans, and some of the diseaseshad bioterrorism potential, early federal grants for who ran the tsetse sequencing
tronic circuits, however, the
sand dollars at the cost of less than a dollar.
bubbles can not only represent ones and zeroes but can
didn't get those funds."
He said he hopes to put
also carry a chemical payload, making it possible to
The sequencingof G. morsitans, a species found in dry
savanna, was done for only
information and materials.
$10 million, mostly from the
World Health Organization, the Wellcome Trust, the Am-
as whether their drinking water is clean.
brose Monell Foundation, and
The inexpensive science tools may turn out to be
with time donated by scientists in the United States, En-
happens to society when Prakash's greatest c l aim microscopes are a common to fame. In February at the day-to-day term," he said annual meeting for the Pew
gland, France, Japan and var-
"I want to explore what
recently in an interview in
Charitable Trusts programs
his laboratory at the James in biomedical sciences, in H. Clark Center at Stanford.
C o st a Ri c a ,
The microscope is part of Prakash demonstrated his Prakash's larger vision of microscope to a roomful providing "science labo- of scientists, including two ratoriesfor the rest of us."
Nobel laureates. It is made
And that goal was further
from die-cutpaper, can be assembled in several min-
advanced earlier this month
when he and a graduate student, George Korir, were
utes and can have a reso-
awarded the $50,000 first
nanometers. That makes it a potential medical instru-
prize in the Moore Foundation Science Play and Re-
lution that approaches 700
capture the imagination of a new generation of young
ment for imaging and diagnosing deadly bacterial diseases, including tuberculosis, malaria, African sleeping sickness, leishmaniasis and giardiasis. It also can achieve mag-
nification above 2,000 times
The researchers produced a prototype of a chemistry "lab on a chip," which they based on a technology known as microflu-
using standard laboratory slide samples, weighs less
search Kit Competition, a
challenge to reimagine the ubiquitous chemistry set of an earlier era that could
idics that involves etching
and depositing pipes, valves and pumps onto a silicon chip. Prakash has been a pioneer in using microfluids rather than electric current
to both act as computer logic and simultaneously manipulate materials to create chemical reactions.
However, Aksoy added, now that the result is a genetic treasure trove and sequencing has becomefasterandcheaper,the
Aksoy's project, she added, was "long overdue because
mosquito expert at the Johns
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health who praised the tsetse study. "I don't see any
reason that can't happen in
olfactory genes, is that chem-
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s t r e ngth b y
gent evolution," said Geoffrey
dation, established by Gor- reacted like children with don Moore, a pioneering new toys. semiconductor e n g ineer " You had a r o omful of who was a founder of In- scientists, including two Notel, announced that it had bel Prize winners, staring awarded Prakash's labo- at this with wonder," he reratory $757,000 to manu- called. "There is something facture 10,000 Foldscopes, magical about doing things to be distributed to people like this."
to give it a stronger response against malaria parasites," said George Dimopoulos, a
icals could be developed that of it, Aksoy said, relied on one block the fly's ability to smell mother and two daughters. humans. T he r e searchers f o u n d Among the many papers several spots on the genome published Thursday were they hope will eventually histories of how f ive Eurolead to better insecticides or pean powers fought sleeping repellents. sickness in their colonies. An For example,a gene called epidemic that began in 1901 ladybird late, which also ex- killed a third of the inhabiists in fruit flies, controls milk tants of some fly-infested reproduction. When researchers gions. By World War II it was disabled it in the lab, the lar- largely under control. vae starved. But the campaign against If a chemical that did the sleeping sickness may have same thing could be found, had an unintended consethe flies would die out. As long quence: The widespread reuse as it was safe for mammals, it of unsterilized syringes for could be sprayed on cows for vaccinations may have conthe flies to pick up, Attardo tributed to the spread of what said. in the 1980s became known as Another type of gene al- AIDS.
stomping on it. Michael Eisen, an associ-
that the audience members
system has been manipulated
— was done on 15 flies. Much
is an insect that breast-feeds
man breast milk do, including blending fats with water, passing on hormones and making iron digestible.
ate professor in molecular
processcould befatal. Alternatively, t w e aking gut or salivary-gland genes could make the fly reject the parasites that cause sleeping sickness. "The mosquito immune
Another possibility, said Vosshall, who studies insect
an insect neurobiologist at Rockefeller University. "This
es on a milk gland, drinking
s trated i t s
and conserve water on hot days. Any disruption to that
" Tsetse biology i s j u s t freaky," said Leslie Vosshall,
on a wall, and fits in a pocket. Prakash, who likes to c ould survive
blood meals, liquefy their milk
searchers was the fly itself.
does. Inside her uterus, it nurs-
a drop from a three-st ory building,and he demon-
droplets out of their immense
dants in a life span, half of
willsupport sequencingoffive m ore Glossina species. The other challenge for re-
no external power, can project a high-resolution image
said that it
lows the flies to squeeze water
National Institutes of Health
gives birth to a single larva that weighs as much as she
The potential for these biology at the University of kinds of tools became eviCalifornia, Berkeley, noted dent after the Moore Foun-
ious African countries.
than two nickels, requires
emphasize its ruggedness,
blood meaL But tsetses produce fewer than 10 descen-
gene sequencing all went to So all the sequencingmosquitoes, said Serap Aksoy, which involved 140 scientists
ment worth several thou-
them with the ability to see for themselves such things
a parasitic disease that, like
project from her lab at the Yale School of Public Health. "Sleeping sickness is a neglected disease, an African disease," she said, "so we
paper microscopes in the hands of every child in the developing world, providing
"It's an example of conver-
Attardo, another Yale team leader and a co-author of the
study, which was published Thursday by Science along with 11 companion papers in several PLOS journals. At birth, the larva, resem-
bling a squirming sack of milk, wriggles beneath the soil and spends up to a month
"'"'.-..'-'Putio :,.: W'orld,,
there before hatching as a
hungry adult. "Other insects p roduce
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Cover Oregon expects to Continued fromA1 take in $110 million in 2014, He said he and other Cover mostly from federal grants, Oregon leaders will travel to and spend $105 million of that Washington, D.C., next week on technology, outreach and to explore options in that and compensation among other other areas. things, leaving about $5 milTransitioning to the federal lion, which it will use to make exchange will cost the state $4 the transition to the federal million to $6 million, far less exchange, Hamstreet said. than the estimated $78 milDespite that, h e s a id, lion it would have cost to try to "We're not back to square repair the troubled website in one," and pointed out there time for the start of 2015 open are portions of the site that enrollment Nov. 15. Had Cov- work, including the portal for er Oregon gone with that op- insurance agents. tion, Pettit said not all compo-
nents of the portal would have been ready in time. By going to the federal exchange, however, he said everything will be ready before November. Cover Oregon has spent $248 million in federal grants
Hamstreet said it's unclear
what Cover Oregon will look like in 2015, but emphasized it would be a hybrid model going forward in which Oregon will salvage what it can from what it's already built and
use that alongside the federal to develop its exchange, but technology. "This is new ground for Oregon remains the onlystate in the nation in which people both Washington and for Orcan't enroll online. Both the egon," he told reporters after U.S. Government Account-
the meeting, "and we're both
consumer website and application center, along with
exchange, the five that don't
outreach and education about
components, which Pettit said
Thursday is "no small body of work." He said it's up to those
"What we've always done we'll continue to do," Tina
a uthority w i l l
m a i ntain a
negotiations not because he expected there would be re-
Continued fromA1 If Abbas was trying to call
sults — h e
Israel's bluff and force it to
yield concessions in the negotiating room, he may have unwittingly improved its hand instead. "He did a huge favor to Bibi," said Giora Eiland, a former Is-
raeli national security adviser, using the nickname of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
of Israel. "Since we are in this blame game now, it is easier for him to say, 'This is not our fault,
look at our potential partner.'" Abbas, Eiland added, "by his own behavior has pushed himself to be perceived as a very extreme person who will never be able to reach an
agreement with us."
One Palestinian voice
will need to develop those
companies todecide whether
they'll make that decision. The federal exchange imCover Oregon board member, poses a slightly higher comsaid at the meeting. mission on plans compared Officials don't yet have an with Cover Oregon — about Edlund, the health authori-
ty's executive director and a
estimate of what it will cost the OHA to take over Oregon Health Plan enrollment, but
3.5 percent compared with
2.5 percent, Hamstreet said. The difference will amount Hamstreet cited the example to less than $4 per person a of Texas, which spent $35 month, he said. million to build its own MedDespite the e xchange's icaid enrollment program. s hortcomings, m or e t h a n If that process were to cost 242,000 Oregonians have enthe same amount in Oregon, rolled in plans through Cover the OHA would only need to Oregon; roughly 70,000 into spend an estimated $3 million private plans and another to $5 million from its general roughly 172,000 into OHP. fund because the federal govAs other Cover Oregon ernment would match most leaders, board m e mber of the cost, Edlund said. The George Brown, CEO of Legahealth authority has been cy Health System, told reportpaying Cover Oregon to pro- ers the move is not a federal cess OHP applications, and takeover. Rather, it's making it would be able to use that use of federal technology. "Of course we're very dismoney as well, she said. Although about half of appointed," he said, "and I
ability Office and Gov. John going to have to work our Kitzhaber led investigations way together to feel out what into what went wrong with the new hybrid is going to enrollments into OHP have Oregon's exchange, which look like." come from Cover Oregon, the state has paid its contracThe Oregon Health Au- Edlund said the OHA maintor Oracle more than $130 thority will take over enroll- tainsrecords ofeach enrollee. million to develop. ment and eligibility determiThe move to the federal exClyde Hamstreet, Cover nations for the state's Medic- change has significant impliOregon's interim executive aid program, known as the cationsforinsurance carriers director, said after Friday's Oregon Health Plan, which as well. Although 11 out of meeting that Oregon is con- Pettit said will require "sig- the 16 insurers on Cover Orsidering taking legal action nificant work." The health egon already have developed against Oracle, but declined
interfaces with th e f ederal
tion workers pump a cement grout material
around a welded seam on newly set water pipe in a trench
along Skyliners Road west of Bend. , ts
think d isappointment real-
ly describes it well. People
worked very hard to make this work, and I think there
working for the city have built
in an email Thursday. Plaintiffs' attorney Ralph Bloemers
con t r actors and LandWatch Executive Director Paul Dewey did not remore than half a mile of the turn calls for comment.
new 10-mile pipeline to bring drinking water from Bridge
as we look at the numbers of
people who enrolled through qualified health plans as well
Creek and Dnnalo Creek to Bend's water treatment facility. LandWatch and WaterWatch had asked Aiken to halt
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But Palestinian analysts
Attorney Mary Winters wrote
has been significant success
for a potential deal.
Dean Guernsey/ The Bulletin
City project manager Heidi Lansdowne said contractors
are currently installing 200 to 300 feet of water pipeline under Skyliners Road every day. Once the contractors install a mile of pipeline, they will
all work until she eventually issues a final decision on the pave over that side of the road; case. But in February, Aiken they will continue this process allowed the pipeline to pro- throughout the project, Lansceed and wrote in an order downe said. "We're maybe just a little bit that "plaintiffs fail to establish the likelihood of irreparable behind schedule, but overall harm, the likelihood of success we're on target," Lansdowne on the merits, that the balance said. The goal is to finish of hardships tips in their favor, this section of th e p ipeline
Relations, said the develop-
ments of recent days "may
w a nted release said the future path was more actually give everyone quite from potential pressure from likely through demonstra- an elegant way out." Netthe Americans and the Euro- tions, boycotts and the United anyahu avoided a domestic
peans," Brom added. "He got this release for the last nine
Nations than through yet an- political crisis, Abbas gained other round of U.S.-brokered legitimacy with Palestinians months. Now he will have to talks with Israel. who far prefer reconcilia"If think about a new trick." this r econciliation tion to negotiations, and "it's Likewise, Abbas. His em- works — and I'm hoping it much more convenient for brace of Hamas is more pres- does, though I'm pessimis- the Americans to pull back sure tactic than strategy shift, tic — then it can be an op- under these circumstances many Palestinian analysts portunity for Palestinians to than under the circumstancsaid, and he figures that the regroup and think what the es where they simply couldn't deal will fall apart, as have next steps will be and what find a formula," he said. "The negotiations as conthree similar accords signed the right strategy will be," since the PLO-Hamas schism said Diana Buttu, a former structed had, time and again, startedseven years ago after adviser to the PLO. "I'm pret- proved that they were not up a bloody battle in Gaza. Now, ty confident the next steps to the task of doing anything Abbas has five weeks to follow will not be negotiations." positive," Levy added. "So through with a government of Daniel Levy, director of the argument that something so-called technocrats unaffili- the Middle East and North has been lost by not continuated with any faction, and elec- Africa program at the Eu- ing these same negotiations tions six months later. ropean Council on Foreign does not pass the laugh test." Left unsaid in this week's
and that an injunction is in the public interest ..."
by March 2015, but weather
Although Aiken allowed pipeline installation alongside Skyliners Road to proceed, there are other parts of the project which the city can-
project. "When we started, we
not build until there is a final
tractors had to pump water out
decision on the lawsuit. This
of the trench before installing
includes the remainder of the
the pipe. " They're getting i n
pipeline and installation of new intake equipment that will allow the city to regulate the amount of water it takes.
Attorneys for the plaintiffs and defendants will discuss on
initially slowed work on the were in a real major snow melt period" and water flooded into the trench built for the pipeline, Lansdowne said. Con-
rhythm, and their production
now is totally going with the production rates they'd expected to see for the overall job,"
Monday apotential schedule to submit briefs in the case, City
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agreement is how Hamas and
The conundrum f acing Fatah, the party that domipeacemakers now is that nates the Palestine Liberation the r econciliation p o rtends
Organization and the Palestin-
a Palestinian leadership, for ian Authority, would combine the first time in years, able to their security services in the speak in one voice and at least
West Bank and Gazaand oth-
theoretically better positioned erwise redraw governance of to win support for a deal with theterritories. Israel in the West Bank and
How wil l
H a mas handle
ARTS CULTURE EVENTS
the Gaza Strip. But Israel and Abbas' demands that the new the West's shunning of Hamas government recognizeIsrael makes any effort to bridge that
divide — and possibly moderate Hamas' positions — a potential poison pill. In the short term, Netanyahu avoided a crisis in his governing coalition, whose various members had vowed to quit if he released more prisoners, froze settlement construc-
and renounce violence, tenets it rejects? Who will control
the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt? Is either party really ready to face its frustrated public in long-overdue balloting7 "It will be difficult for him to press Hamas on these issues," Khalil Shikaki, a Palestinian
tion or walked away from the talks while any sliver of hope remained for progress. The deal with Hamas, which the
political scientist, said of Ab-
United States and Europe also call a terrorist organization, allowed him to at least tem-
to show the international community that he is still for peace,
porarily avoid international
to do it in a manner that forces
bas. "Now reconciliation be-
o n't m iss ou t
comes his primary gain, and although he would still have
exciting m a gazine d el i v e r e d to n early 7 0 , 0 0 0 r e a d e r s throughout Central Oregon. A lso d i s t r i b u te d a t participating businesses and The Sisters Chamber
I don't think he will be trying
wrath, and he made the rounds
Hamas to make achoice." of Western television networks There are also regional facThursday looking the victim. tors to consider: Egypt, Jordan But the collapse of negoti- and Saudi Arabia, key Palesations that Kerry and others tinian allies, all see the Muslim
called the last chance for a two-state solution to the intrac-
A SEASONAL lMAGAZINE DEDICATED TO SPECIAL EVZNTS, THE ARTS AND CULTURE IN THE TOW1V OF SISTERS
Brotherhood, Hamas' patron, as a threat in their battle for
table conflict leaves Israel in a regional hegemony against the precarious position. The talks
Iran-led Shiite block.
helped contain violence in the West Bank and hold back a mounting European boycott of Israeli goods and institutions. Now Netanyahu faces a
as realpolitik of both parties,"
"What you witness is realpolitik of the region as well said Mahdi Abdul Hadi, director of the Palestinian Academ-
Pal e s tinian ic Society for the Study of In-
president free to leverage his ternational Affairs. "They did U.N. observer-state status to not stand up as new heroes in access more international in-
the region but real politicians
stitutions, including courts in which Israel could face charges of war crimes. The Palestinian Authority may
with a contract relationship for a transitional phase pending
well collapse if t h e U n ited States withdraws f i n ancial
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While Netanyahu pledged
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Thursday that he would nev-
with Hamas, leaving Israel responsible for its residents and sharpening criticism of its occupation. Absent a peace process,
er negotiate with any government "backed by Hamas,"
Palestinian leaders and some left-leaning Israeli politicians a nd analysts a r gued
t h at
reconciliation was a critical in which Arabs could soon pathway to peace. They said outnumber Jews grows more Netanyahu was being hypopotent. critical because his own gov"I don't think the continu- ernment includes extremists ation of the status quo is an who oppose the establishment Israeli interest," said Shlomo of any Palestinian state, and Brom, a retired general at the because it had said the PLO-
the threat of a binational state
Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv.
Hamas rift raised questions
about Abbas' ability to deliver "Netanyahu went to these Gaza, controlled by Hamas,
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014 • T HE BULLETIN A 5
TODAY'S READ: 40 YEARS OF RUBIK'S CUBE
coo u cu e uzzesanew By James Berron
was at the time. The structur-
New Yorh Times News Service
al problem was how to keep a mechanism with many moving parts from tumbling to the floor.
CIT Y ,
— A Rubik's cube can be twisted and t w iddled i n
way s ,
offagainst a speed cuber like Rowe Hessler, a bowling-alley manager from Riverhead,
them are wrong. Those truths — especially the second, maddeningly frustrating one — have been known since soon after the object was invented in 1974.
Fred R. Conrad/ New York Times News Service
Its popularity faded fast. By 1982, the cube was
Erno Rubik, the inventor of the Rubik's cube, with Anthony Brooks, a speed cuber, visits an exhibition for the cube's 40th so last year, doomed to Hu- anniversary this week at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey la-Hoop faddishness. In 1986, City, N.J. The toy that became the must-have of 1980 and 1981 The New York Times said the has undergone a resurrection and is celebrated in the exhibition. cube had been "retired to the
Lately it has undergone a resurredion in a world in
which engineers and computerscan generate helpful algorithms that w o uld-be cube solvers can share with one another. But some things
have not changed. The typical Rubik's cube still has nine squares on six sides, and the
shift has gained power amid mounting public anger about
U.S. speed cubing champion,
entire contents of an email ac-
government surveillance ca-
whose fastest time unscram-
count "repugnant" to the U.S. pabilities revealed by former Constitution. National Security A gency For these and other cases,
Judges have been especially sensitive to the backlash over the Foreign Intelligence Sured data that prove unrelated to veillance Court, which made a current investigation rather secret rulings that were key to
focused searchesand insisted that authorities delete collect-
less 9.69 seconds of twisting
and pivoting. The only noise was the cube, dicking like bad
than keep them on file for un-
specifiedfuture use. He also
Rubik said he had not imagined when the ink on the pat-
has taken the unusual step, for
ent was fresh that the cube
data or return it. It cannot sim-
cal smartphone carriesvideo
ply keep it."
dips, emails, documents, loca-
D epartment tion information and enough
declined to comment for this article, although it said in an appeal this week of a Facciola ruling that his position was "unreasonable," out of step with other judges and would slow searchesofthe emailsof criminal suspects "to a snail's pace." Facciola, 68, a former state
detail on a user's communications to allow authorities map
and federal prosecutor known as "Fatch" around the limestone E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse a block f rom the N ational Mall i n
the criminal justice system,
cations, communications and
teaching at Texas Tech Univer-
out a nearly complete universe
of personal relationships. The Supreme Courtplans to hear two cases next week on issues
related to how police search cellphonesafterarrests. Magistrate judges, who do much of the routine work of influenceone another through
conversations at judicial conferences and through the federal email system, which Washington, remains an outli- allows any magistrate judge er amongthe500-plus federal to easily query all others on a magistrates nationwide, say vexing legal question. legal experts. Published opinions by magYet he is part of a small but istrates are relatively rare, growing faction, including making it hard to track shiftjudges in Texas, Kansas, New ing attitudes toward governYork and Pennsylvania, who ment data requests. But legal have penned decisions seeking experts say the overall level of to checkthe reach of federal skepticism from magistrates is law enforcement power in the on the rise. "In talking t o m a gistrate digital world. Although some rulings have been overturned, judges, they are saying, 'I'm they have shaped when and not writing anything. I'm just how investigators can seize saying no,'" said Brian Owsley, information detailing the lo- a former magistrate judge now sity's law school.
online histories of Americans.
t h e i n vestigation
based on advice from legal counsel.
Continued from A1 "Our intent was to take care COCC was poised to appoint Lanning its next president on of our employee who had an March 17, but that same day allegation against him, as we announced its decision to post- don't know where the truth is," pone the board's vote. It was Harris said. later revealed COCC's decision Harris added that he does was sparked by the discovery not know when Chemeketa thatLanning had been placed will f i nish it s i n vestigation, on paid administrative leave in though he does "doubt that it is early February and was under imminent." investigation by C hemekeParadis does not k now ta. During his interview with whether Lanning was ever diCOCC on March 3 in Bend, rectly asked if he was on leave. Lanning never revealed he However, Paradis did say Lanwas on leave or under inves- ning was asked if there was tigation, nor did any Cheme- anything in his past that could keta employee interviewed by be an embarrassment to the COCC mention the situation. college, to which Lanning reCOCC's board voted to drop sponded in the negative. "I believe this all should Lanning from c onsideration April 9. COCC spokesman have come up," Paradis said Ron Paradis said the board of COCC's interviews with was aware a tort claim notice Chemeketa employees and may have been filed at that Lanning. "It's like when you're time. not expecting something negaA tort claim notice must tive you don't necessarily ask be filed with a public entity
about it, but we certainly felt like we asked if there was oth-
before a claimant can sue for damages. er information we needed to The Bulletin made a pub- know about." lic records request on April Lanning was the school's 9 to Chemeketa for any and top pick following a nationall tort claim notices filed in
al search that brought three
the past four months, yielding
candidates to campus in February and March. COCC inter-
one tort claim notice with both
the daimant's and accused's viewed two other candidates names redacted by Mark Com- to succeedcurrent president stock, Chemeketa's counsel.
Ron Bryant, COCC's attorney, led an investigation to discover why Lanning was on leave and obtained a copy of a tort claim notice filed with Chemeketa
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Community College in Ontario, and Sheila Ortego, interim
campus at Pima Community on Feb. 24. Bryant did not sup- College in Tucson, Ariz. ply The Bulletin with the tort COCC will begin anew the claim notice he acquired but searchfora permanent leader confirmed it accused Lanning this coming school year, mirof wrongdoing. roring the approach which "Lanning is the person that COCC initiated last fall. As a is accused in the tort claim no- result, the college probably will tice," Bryant said. not have a new president until Chemeketa Dean of Public the summer of 2015. COCC's Information, Marketing and Extended Learning Dean Student Recruitment Greg Shirley Metcalf was named by Harris said t h e u n i versity the board earlier this month as could not comment on the tort the college's interim president, claim notice as it is still inves- a role she will assume Sept. 15. tigating th e
the growth of the surveillance
programs. Central to the cases before a magistrate judge, of issuing a magistrate judges has been the series of formal, written opin- Fourth Amendment's prohiions that detail his concerns, bition of unreasonable search even about previously secret and seizure. Inspired by the government investigations. Founding Fathers' unhappy "For the sixth time," Facciola memories of the aggressive wrote testily, using italics in a tactics by British soldiers, it has ruling this month, "this Court been continually reinterpreted must be clear: if the govern- through more than two centument seizes data it knows is ries of technological change. outside the scope of the warSuch issues are increasingly rant, it must either destroy the urgent in an era when a typi-
dentures in a cartoon.
would become so universal. "I some intriguing cameo ap- had a feeling about the intelpearances. Edward Snowden, lectual value of the cube" early the former National Security on, he said, adding that items Agency contractor who has with intellectual value can be with a certain multicolored leaked intelligence secrets, a hard sell in a material world. object. told two journalists he had Rubik said he hadthought that Now Hoffman is capital- arranged to meet that they toy manufacturers would piizing on the cube again with would recognize him outside geonhole it as a puzzle. "Traa $5 million exhibition that a restaurant in Hong Kong be- ditionally, the puzzle section opens to the public Saturday. cause he would have a Rubik's in the toy business is very narIt features an 18-karat gold cube in his hand. Hoffman row," he said, "and they don't Rubik's cube said to be worth said that sounded like an hom- believe it's possible to make a $2.5 million that pivots and age to the 2009 film "Duplic- business. They're not selling swivels like an ordinary plas- ity," in which spies played by mass production." tic one, and a cube-solving ro- Julia Roberts and Clive Owen He said the cube had bot that is no match for speed realize who they are because changed that thinking. cubers, as competitors who try they are both carrying Rubik's Hoffman said I billion to 2.5 to beat the clock are known. It cube key chains. billion cubes had been man-
contractor Edward Snowden.
Facciolahas demanded more
same eye-popping colors. And those unfathomable huge numbers in the first paragraph took the machine a minute to That could not have hap- ufactured, assuming t h ere are still quintillions. "For- unscramble a jumbled cube. pened to the cube's inventor, were five counterfeits for every ty-three times 10 to the 19th," In that time, Anthony Brooks, Erno Rubik, 69. He said he did legitimate one sold. "They've explained Paul Hoffman, the a speed cuber with several re- not travelwith a cube. seized whole 747s full of illegal "I don't need to," Rubik said knockoffs," he said. president and chief executive cords to his name, did it three of the Liberty Science Center times, once using only one as he previewed the exhibition Experts have calculated in Jersey City. hand. this week. that a cube could be solved in Rubik's cubes have trailed Speed cubers can memoFor the record, he calls it as few as 20 moves, no matHoffman for his entire career. rize algorithms they have de- "my cube." ter how it is scrambled. But "From my mouth, it sounds speed cubers do not have time On his first job after college, as veloped on their laptops and an editor at Scientific Ameri- shared on websites or by email strange to call it ' Rubik's to think about the elegance of can, he shepherded a March to unscramble a jumbled cube cube,"' Rubik said. "If I have economy implied by minimiz1981 cover story about Rubik's inlesstimethanit takestoread a child, I call it 'my child,' not ing moves. Hessler said speed "magic cubology" into print. It a sentence like this one aloud. 'Rubik's boy' or 'Rubik's girl.' cubers averaged about 50; his was written by Douglas Hof- But Brooks said speed cubing Naturally, after 40 years, I lowest was 31. stadter, the professor known also involved musde memory have astrongrelationship with For his part, Rubik declined for the Pulitzer Prize-winning and tricks, like breaking in a mycube." an invitation to go up against best-seller "Godel, Escher, cubetheway baseballplayers He passed a display case Hessler, but he said he underBach," who said it had taken breakin a glove with neatsfoot containing his original pride stood the appeal of speed cubhim "50 hours of work, dis- oil. 'You can buy lubricantsand joy, a wooden cube. It sat ing, even if it was not the sport tributed over several months," cube lubes," he said. "Or regu- in front of the Hungarian pat- forhim. "The main group who is to solve the "unscrambling lar silicon spray you can find ent he was issued for his"magproblem." He m e ntioned in any hardware." ic cube" in 1975. He invented buying the cube is teenaggroup theory, which has to the cube as the solution to the ers," Rubik said, "and they are do with algebraic structures, A cultural icon kind of structuralproblemthat competitive and they have the and something he called "cuIn the 40 years since it was could bedevil an architecture time. When you are working, bitis magikia," a "highly con- invented, the cube has made professor, which is what he you don't have the time."
nies. "They also don't want to be the ones who approve an
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other case, he deemed a law enforcement request for the
seconds. At the science center, Hes-
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Chinese vice president warns
Hong Kong over 'Occupy' protests By Chris Buckley
The organizers of "Occupy
New York Times News Service
H ONG KONG —
Central with Love and Peace," the country and loving Hong to use its f ul l n a me, have Kong." Critics of Chinese pol-
bluntest warning yet from a Chinese Communist Party
warned that if they conclude that proposed electoral changleader about possible protests es that emerge from consultain Hong Kong's financial dis- tions fall short of genuine unitrict, Vice President Li Yuan- versal suffrage, they will hold chao hascalled the "Occupy civil disobedience protests in Central" movement an illegal Central, a district crowded
icy have said that phrase is a euphemism for leaders who will be pliant enforcers of Beijing's demands.
initiative that would threaten the prosperity of the former
idents from supporting Occupy Central and possibly tak-
with the offices of banks and
businesses. British colony. Li stated Beijing's opposiLi's comments, which were tion while meeting a delegareported in Hong Kong news- tion of Hong Kong journalists papersFriday,enumerated the and media company execuChinese government's wor- tives Thursday. "Regarding some people ries about "Occupy Central," a group seeking to ensure who have launched the Occuthat efforts to liberalize Hong py Central movement, Li YuKong's electoral system are anchao pointed out that Occunot diluted by demands from py Central is unlawful, would Beijing. The organizers of delay universal suffrage and "Occupy Central" say the Chi- wreck the prosperity and stanese Communist leadership bility of Hong Kong," reported and its supporters in Hong Ta Kung Pao, a Hong newspaKong could fatally undercut per aligned with the Chinese promises of universal suffrage government. with conditions that constrict Li repeated the Chinese govthe range of candidates to lead ernment's position that Hong Kong's top official, called the the territory and limit the influence of voters. chief executive, "must con-
form to the standard of loving
Li's comments were part of
the Chinese government's efforts to deter Hong Kong res-
ing to the streets if there are
protests, said Benny Tai, an associateprofessor of law at the University of Hong Kong who initiated the movement
last year. He said any decision on protests would be made
only after the Hong Kong government reveals its package of proposedelectoralchanges, which could be many months away.
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could involve acts of civil dis-
obedience, such as obstruction
in public places, but no serious law-breaking. 'I
A'ost eneration': In S ria,
war is woveninto c i oo By Raja Abdulrahim
Los Ange(es Times
ALEPPO, Syria — The ba-
by-faced boy waited patiently for his turn at the small ice cream shop, his Kalashnikov balancedprecariously overhis shoulder. The rifle was pointed
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ly cupped the muzzle, far from the proper way to carry a gun.
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taller than the wafer cones stacked high on the side of the freezer. When it was finally his turn, he ordered cherry and pistachio ice cream in a waffle
His soft, light brown hair was mostly pulled back by a green-and-bl ack kaffiyeh, revealinga pre-pubescent face
without even a hint of facial
hair. He said he was a fighter with the Suqoor al Sham group, a member of the Islamic
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Front, and fought on the front
A boy with a rifle in Aleppo, Syria, says he is a fighter with the lines nearby. Suqoor Al Sham group, a member of the Islamic Front. Syrians talk He didn't h esitate when about a "lost generation" of their children, an innocence stolen in asked his birth date. the three-year conflict between opposition forces and the govern"1989," he said, putting him ment of Bashar Assad.
at the improbable age of 24 or 25.
"You made yourself older
now used to plan military oper-
mixture, supervising as neighborhood residents brought
than me," said a fellow child
ations or run local administra-
fighter, who looked several years older but still well shy of his professed age of 19. The older boy also carried his Kalashnikov like an am-
tive councils. Classes, after all, their own containers to get a are held intermittently, if at all. shareofthefreefood. And in the country's cemeA girl of about 5 in sweatteries, there are too many tiny pants and sandals struggled to graves to count. carry her family's meal, alterIn one cemetery in Aleppo, a nating between one hand and group of children recently took the other. it upon themselves to tend to An elderly man came late the two-week-old grave of their and Mohammad leaned down father, a rebel fighter killed in and reached his skinny arms clashes. deep into the vat to scoop out At first glance it appeared what was left of the food. The as if they were playing and man peered inside and used making amuddy mess: They the lid of his container to colopened 2-liter bottles of water lect the small dumps of rice and stuck them into the dirt, remaining. "Scrape it, scrape it, hajji," letting the water seep into the ground. Using a stick, they said Mohammad, using a term made careful figures in the of respect. His encouraging mud. voice slightly ameliorated a But, as one of the sons ex- humiliating experience for the plained, they were watering man.
ateur: muzzle pointed toward
his feet, finger on the trigger. It was clear that they lacked the sense of entitlement of
many rebels, who demand immediate service and priority, whether it be at the bakery
bread line or in the hospital's emergency room: They stood quietly until those before them
hadbeen served. The younger boy had yet to acquire the steely, hard stare
of other children here — those who had seen too much, spent time on th e f r ont l ines, or
worked the dusty streets selling cigarettes or candy bars. As he stood for a few hastily shot photos, he briefly puckered his lips as if flirting with the camera.
'Lostgeneration' Syrians talk about a "lost generation" of their children, a n innocence stolen in t h e
three-year conflictbetween opposition forces and the government of Bashar Assad: A boy simultaneously holding a rifle and an ice cream cone. Kids clambering on top of demolished tanks, hanging off the guns, as a replacement
for play areas now destroyed. Children who once knew of weaponry only in plastic form now stiffening at the sound of approaching aircraft, able to distinguish between the noise
of warplanes and military helicopters, of mortar rounds and rockets.
Even in their absence, images speak to young lives interrupted: SpongeBob SquarePants pillowcases and beloved stuffed animals left behind in homes converted to rebel dens
or bomb workshops. Colorful notebooks, once for school,
the plot in hope that the small
Playing war in awar zone
yellow flowers growing wild throughout th e c e metery Even children's play has would bloom quickly over their been transformed bythe war. father's grave. Theyactoutclashesbetween This is a country where, in rebel and government forces some towns and villages, wom- using pretend guns, mortars en rely on male relatives to run and antitank weapons. errands. Now, with many of Mohammad said the games the men gone to fight on the are always preceded with front lines, they have come to bickeringbecause none ofhis depend on children for such friends — most of whom have tasks. fathers or brothers in the rebel "We have become reliant forces — want to play the govmuch more on kids like that," ernment soldiers. "The game ends with victosaid Fatima Karj, indicating her 9-year-old son standing ry for the Free Syrian Army," in the doorway of her in-laws' said Mohammad, whose father house in an Aleppo suburb. is a fighter with the rebels' al"But this is not a good thing." Tawhid Brigade. Above them the sound of One of their favorite games a warplane got louder, and is "crossing," a child's version then the distinct swoosh of an of the crossing that links opapproaching rocket. As her position- and government-conmother-in-law jumped up and trolled neighborhoods of Alepran into the hall, Karj bent for- po, where a government sniper ward, bracing for the impact shoots several civilians each and instinctively put her hand day. "When we get t ogether on her daughter's back, providing comfort but no protection. to play, someone stands on The mother of f our said, top of the roof," he said mat"Their childhood has gone." ter-of-factly. "And then the rest On a recent Monday, Moof us pretend like we are runhammad Shoosheh, 11, stood ning across the crossing and over a large metal vat of a rice try not to get shot."
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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
BRIEFING Man arrestedafter alleged assault A 52-year-old Bend man on Fridaywas arrested after allegedly assaulting another man with a knife, according to Bend Police Capt. Ken Stenkamp. Police weredispatched to a home inthe 500 block of SoutheastFourth Street about 2:30a.m. where theyfound David Dillon, 55, unconscious and bleedingwith injuries that were not life-threatening, Stenkampsaid. An investigation determined PaulSaunders allegedly assaulted Dillon with a knife during an altercation. Saunders was arrested on suspicion of second-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon. Hewas taken to the Deschutes County jail.
Guilty plea in shooting incident A Madras manwho shot his then-girlfriend in the face in November pleaded guilty April17 to second-degreeassault, according to court records. Thomas Knapp, 18, was sentenced to nearly sixyears in prison followed by three years of post-prison supervision. Charges of attempted murder, first- and third-degree assault and unlawful use of aweapon were dismissed. Officers responded to a report of a shooting at the residence Knapp shared with 23-year-old Jessica Haynes. Haynes was flown to St. Charles Bend, where shewas treated andeventually released.
Wine rowers rante a re rieve By Andrew Clevenger
keep tax records the same
way traditional bottlers do.
WASHINGTON — After
threateningtoregulaterefillable wine gmwlers the same wayk doesthetradilionalbottlingof wine, the federalAlcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade
Bureauhas changeditsmind. In a letter Friday to mem-
bers of Oregon's delegation, agency administrator John J. Manfreda wrote that "the
impact on (Oregon's wine) industry maybe more complex than originally understood." Previously, the agency had announced it intended to requirebusinesses that refill wine growlers to label and
Members of Oregon's delegation objected strongly, saying
reversa me c eer By Scott Hammers The Food and Drug Ad-
this would put an end to wine
growlers in Oregon, where
ministration has backed
they are allowed under state
away from a proposed rule
law. "This is news that deserves
change that could have in-
a toast — wine growlers are
once again legal in the state of Oregon," said Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., in a prepared statement."I want to thank
the Alcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau for managing tobreakthrough thebureaucratic morass and finding a common sense solution."
e ui i n
grain to be used as animal feed, a practice brewers feared could be in jeopardy if the FDA's proposed rule
change tookeffect. Commercial brewers burn
creased costs for brewers looking to dispose of spent grain. The proposal, introduced last October, would tighten rules on handling and transporting grain that has been cookedtoextractthesugars
through enormous quantities of grain to make their product. Deschutes Brewery's annualproduction of280,000 barrels of beer creates 11,000
tons of spent grain — a roughly 5-ounce handful per pint — much of which is used
used to create alcohol. Many
as cattle feed at the ranches
breweries, including several in Central Oregon, have
that supply the brewery with beef. SeeGrain/B6
historically sold their spent
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Monday REDMOND PATRIOTS MEETING:Candidate for U.S. Senate Republican Primary Dr. Monica Wehby; 6:30 p.m.; Highland Baptist Church, 3100 S.W. Highland Ave.; 541-639-7784.
Wednesday CENTRAL OREGON PATRIOTS CANDIDATE FORUM:Meet the candidates, hear moderated discussion and ask questions; 6-8 p.m.; A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum, 246 N. Main St., Prineville; 541-447-3715 or www. copatriot.org.
Thursday THE LEAGUEOF WOMEN VOTERS OF DESCHUTES COUNTY - FIRST THURSDAY LUNCHEON:Bend Park 8 Recreation District Executive Director Don Horton will give a presentation on recreation district projects. Update on
bond measure projects; 11 a.m.-1 p.m.; Black Bear Diner, 1465 N.E. Third St., Bend; 541382-2660 or kimsmith@
Ryan Brennecke 1 The Bulletin
Casey Geraths, with Latham Excavation, digs footings for a new foundation Friday afternoon while neighborhoodon March 6,2013,caused extensive damage tothe church and to St.H elens Hall.The fires
where and when you took them. We'll choosethe bestfor publication.
were determined to be arson, but police have not determined a motive or identified any suspects.
DeschutesCoun, gpiog fjQQQhdecl/
Mixe ee ings on mixe use By Leslie Pugmire Hole
formed early in 2013 assisted city staff with development
cus on "Great Neighborhood
The city of Redmond's attempt to create what it sees as
of the Southwest Area Plan
each other, as negotiations
mindful long-term planning
over pay increases and health insurance premiums dragged on for more than six months and often grew heated. This time around, nego-
for its undeveloped southwest-
a 1,009-acre area south and west of Forked Horn Butte
the city's comprehensive plan, called for including a variety of land uses with supporting
ern area is meeting resistance, at least from neighbors near an area suggested for mixed use.
and includes parcels inside city limits, in its urban growth boundary and inside the urban reserve.
By Elon Glucklich
2011 saw the union and
county file unfair labor practice complaints against
Deschutes County and its largest employee union have finalized a new, three-
year contract. The contract, signed Wednesday, includes annual cost-of-living increases and pay raises for long-tenured workers covered by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. The contract covers 388 of Deschutes County's roughly 1,000 employees, union officials said. The contract could also set up an interesting union battle next year. Its terms include a promise to dis-
cuss a "fair share" policy. Under the policy, all county employees represented by AFSCME would be required to pay union dues, a system in which union dues are optional.
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working on the renovation of Trinity Episcopal Church. A string of fires throughout the downtown Bend
departure from the current
Two Warm Springs women will spend their lives behind bars for their roles in a 2012 murder. Tana Lawrence, 21, and Angeledith Smith, 26, on April16 were sentenced to life in prison for beating, sexually assaulting and murdering Warm Springs resident Faron Kalama, according to court documents. Lawrence and Smith in September 2012 beat Kalama with a wrench and a beer bottle before kidnapping her in a van. Court documents reveal the two also sodomizedKalama. Kalama died while in the van and Smith and Lawrence dumped her body in a remote location on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. "The gruesome pain and frightening violence that (Lawrence) and Angeledith Smith inflicted on Ms. Kalama is unfathomable," the state's sentencing recommendationsays. "The circumstances of this case are aggravating and egregious, even for a charge of murder in the first degree." — Bulletin staff reports
— Bulletin staff reports
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2 sentenced in murder case
A task force of citizens
amenities and one of those
amenities, a small neighborhood commercialarea,
is causing consternation for nearby residents.
However, Redmond's fo-
tiations went much more
smoothly, county and AFSCME officials said.
The new contract boosts employee pay by 1.6 per-
PIOyOSed RedmOnd SOuthWeStAreaPlan Controversial mixed-use zone with surrounding neighborhoods
cent cost-of-living increases starting in July 2015 and
e Obsid e.
Additional pay raises would go to employees for each five years of work they put in for the county.
cent on July 1, with 2 per-
Wickiup Ave. ' Area o et
er this year, "were very professional and respectful,"
Yaju Dharmarajah, council representative of the lo-
esc u es oun Fair& enter
cal AFSCME office, said
Wednesday. "We concluded in three sessions. Last time,
chapter and the county haven't always gone smoothly.
I think it took eight or nine
Negotiations with the county, which started earli-
Contract negotiations between the local AFSCME The last round of talks in
(SWAP), which focuses on
Principles," as mandated in
SouthwestArea Plan doundarlf
Mixed use,,', Multi-family residential
'+ R-2 residential
months. It was very tough." See Deal/B5
Source: City of Redmond, Oregon Explorer
Greg Cross iThe Bulletin
TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
E VENT TODAY ALL-YOU-CAN-EATPANCAKE BREAKFAST:Includes pancakes,
a side of sausageandbeverage; proceeds benefit BrightSide Animal Center; $8; 8-10 a.m.; Applebee's Neighborhood Grill 8 Bar, 3807 S.W. 21st St., Redmond; renee© brightsideanimals.org. CASCADES ACADEMY GIGANTIC RUMMAGE SALE:Proceeds benefit the school's Traveling School to the Southwest National Parks; free; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Cascades Academy, 19860Tumalo Reservoir Road, Bend;541-382-0699. "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: COSIFAN TUTTE": Mozart'sopera about testing the ties of love; opera performance transmitted live in high definition; $24, $22 seniors, $18 children; 9:55 a.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 8 IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-312-2901. ART ON THERIVER: Featuring art demonstrations and sales; a portion of proceeds benefits art education in Redmond schools; free; 10 a.m.4 p.m.; River Run Event Center, 1730 Blue Heron Drive, Redmond; 541-504-4501. SENSATIONALSATURDAY: Discover how agencies and interest groups protect wildlife from poachers; includedin the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65
and older, $7ages5-12, free ages4 and younger; 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S.
LOCAL BRIEFING Continued from Bf
Training exercise near La PineHigh The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office and LaPine Fire Department will conduct a joint training exercise in the area of LaPine High School today. Residents should expect travel restrictions on CoachRoadnear the school, as well as asignificant public safety presence. The exercise is intended to prepare trainees for a multiagency
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and No Cash Value; all ages; $20 plus fees in advance, $23 at the door; 8:30 p.m., doors open 7:30 p.m.; Midtown Ballroom, 51 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-4084329 or www.randompresents. com. KLOZD SIRKUT:The Seattle electro-funk jam band performs; free; 9 p.m.; Dojo, 852 N.W. Brooks St., Bend; 541-706-9091 or www.
refreshments andprize drawings;
free, reservation requested; 5-6:30 p.m.; Sunriver Books 8 Music, Sunriver Village Building 25C; 541593-2525 or www.sunriverbooks.
Leslie Pogmire Hole/Redmond Spokesman file photo
Redmond preschooler Nolan Allen, 2, ponders the glitter-orno-glitter question during a face-painting activity at last year's Redmond's Earth Day celebration. The event returns to American
VILLAGE RHYTHMAND BLUES: Legion Park today. Featuring live music, dinner, raffles and live and silent auctions; proceeds benefit the Tower Theatre proceeds benefit Westside Village Foundation; $19-$49 with fees; Magnet School;$30;5:30-10 p.m .; Elks Lodge, 63120 N.E. Boyd Acres 6:30 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Road,Bend;541-382-1371 or www. Wall St.; 541-317-0700 or www. towertheatre.org. friendsofwvms.com. BEND COMMUNITY "RECEPTIONTO FOLLOW": CONTRADANCE:Featuring caller A comedic interactive theater Stacy Rose, with music by The experience in the style of "Tony'n Tina's Wedding"; $18, $12 students Eugene City Barnstormers; $8 at the door; 7 p.m. beginner's and seniors (meal included), workshop, 7:30 p.m. dance; Boys reservation requested; 6:30 p.m.; & Girls Club of Bend, 500 N.W. Summit High School, 2855 N.W. Clearwater Drive, Bend; 541-355Wall St.; 541-330-8943 or www. 4103 or www.bend.k12.or.us/shs. bendcontradance.org. "I REMEMBERYOU": A play by BEND FOLLIES: A fast-paced Bernard Slade about a lounge variety show starring local business, civic, educational and pianist-singer that meets a young entertainment personalities; beauty whoresemblesawoman
response to critical incidents.
Roadwork likely to cause delays inBend An eight-week road improvement project on Franklin Avenue beginnin gat7p.m.Tuesdaymay cause traffic delays, according to the city of Bend.
by Walgreens' contractor Kirby Nagelhout. Motorists should expect delays and are urged to usecaution in the area, as bicyclists may be walking bikes through the pathways or riding in car travel lanesbecauseof the construction.
Third streets will be closed to traf-
Lake Chinookdistrict proposesbondto duild new fire station
fic. The right lanes onsouthbound Third Street from Northeast Greeley to Emersonavenues also will be closed during the construction. The work is being conducted
Lake ChinookFire 8 Rescueis proposing a$660,000 general obligation bond measure tobuild anew fire station. Measure16-72 is onthe May20
The right lanes oneastbound Franklin from Northeast Secondto
from a past love affair; $19, $15 seniors, $12 students; 7:30 p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse,148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-3890803 or www.cascadestheatrical. ol'g. NOTABLES SWINGBAND: Big band; $8 plus fees; 7:30 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122. MOTORBREATH:A tribute to Metallica, with Open Defiance and High Desert Hooligans; $8; 8 p.m.; Big T's, 413 S.W. Glacier Ave., Redmond; 541-504-3864. PENNYWISE:The veteran punk rock band performs, with Teenage Bottlerocket, The Confederats
ballot. The fire district, which covers about 40 squaremiles including the communities of RimPark, Air Park, Forest Parkand theThree Rivers Recreational Area,will ask district voters to support the measureto provide a permanent fire station. Currently, the fire district operates from a small building leasedfrom the ThreeRivers LandownersAssociation, which hasalways been intended as ashort-term lease. The association recently donated a parcel of the property to the fire district to build a new station.
The district said theaverage
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Bend manhopesto farm tropical perch The Associated Press
AROUND THE STATE SOuthern OregOn Puake —Anearthquake of magnitude 4.8 struck more than 200 miles off the Southern Oregoncoast on Friday afternoon. TheU.S. Geological Survey reported it was centered more than 6 miles below the surface. Therewere no immediate reports of damage. Theagencysaidthequakewas217 mileswestofBandon, where the police department reported it hadn't heard of anyshaking or damage. TheNational Tsunami Warning Center said there was no tsunami danger.
reported. gerlings to market size, about MEDFORD — A fish farmHe considers it a high-value 2.5 pounds, in eight months to er has asked for state per- fish, with high omega-3 con- a year. The farm reuses its wamission to raise a voracious tent, firm flesh and mild taste. ter, he said.
said he was skeptical at first
tropical perch that grows to 6 feet in the wild but couldn't
Oregon, but we'll give it a go
But he said barramundi cannot survive in waters cool-
survive Oregon's cold water if
— if we're allowed," Camel
The barramundi is native in Asia and northern Australia and in the wild can live 20
years and grow to 130 pounds. It changes sex at 6 to 8 years, turning from male to female. Its life cycle is the mirror opposite of Northwest
be raised indoors to ensure
BOdy fOund in landfill —Authorities say aSalemwoman's body
optimum water temperatures in the mid-80s, and cannot
was transported in agarbage truck to a landfill in Yamhill County, where a worker found it. Salem police Lt. Steve Birr says the woman was identified through fingerprints as 55-year-old Solveg Birgitte Pedersen Cox.While anautopsy was conducted Friday, Birr says the cause of death is undetermined pending the result of toxicology tests. Birr told the StatesmanJournal newspaper that officers were ableto trackthe woman's activities, including phonecalls, through Wednesday evening. Thebody wasfound in the landfill Thursday. Police are investigating, although Birr says, in his words, "We're not convinced at this point that it's criminal."
"It'll be difficult to grow in
said. The barramundi is commission is expected to request monly farmed worldwide. A it escaped. The Fish and Wildlife Com-
a study under a process used
handful of other states, such
to allow tilapia farming two years ago.
as Texas, Florida and Michigan, allow barramundi farmR obert C amel o f Be n d ing, state wildlife officials wants to raise barramundi at sard. an indoor fish farm in TumaCamel said he expects to lo, the Medford Mail Tribune grow barramundi from fin-
of allowing a fish "that will eat anything that fits in its mouth." er than 60 degrees, needs to
survive to spawn in the ocean, so they deserve a look.
"For Oregon in a closed system, I think they'd be OK," he mature. said. "If they escape, they'll Oregon's invasive species only live a month or two. coordinator, R ic k B o a tner, They're an interesting critter." salmon — the fish spawn in
the ocean and move inland to
TightrOPe Walker death —TheTilamook County Sheriff's Of-
opposes coal export terminal
Breeding fish to be better biters By Jeff Barnard The Associated Press
In a lifetime of fishing for wintersteelhead on Oregon's Alsea River, Stan Steele has
seen it get harder and harder to hook into hatchery-bred
By Rob Davis
fish. Instead, he has found he is more likely to hook the wild
variety, whose numbers have
en his strongest stand against a
declined. A growing body of evi-
proposed coal export terminal
dence is showing that Steele's
proposed at the Port of Morrow in Boardman, saying it should be rejected and setting a May 31 deadline for a state decision on the project
experience is not some fish story, but the result of natu-
Gov. John Kitzhaber has tak-
"Itis timeto once and for allto
say no to coal exports from the Pacific Northwest," Kitzhaber said in an April 19 speech to the
League of Conservation Voters. "It is time to say yes to national and state energy policies that
will transform our economy and our communities into a fu-
— From wire reports
Sea lions aproblemfor pier
ral selection. Wild fish, which
generally must be released unharmed, retain the aggression that will land them on
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife via TheAssociated Press
the end of a hook better than hatchery fish. Prodded by fishermen, the Oregon Hatchery Research
The Oregon Hatchery Research Center near Alsea has agreed to do an experiment on whether hatchery-produced steelhead can be bred to be better biters. A growing body of evidence indicates that hatchery fish bite anglers' hooks less frequently than wild
Center has agreed to see if it can breed the bite back into
fish. Oregon spends $25 million a year onproducing salmon and steelhead for anglers to catch.
Results won't be k n own for atleastfouryears,butone
thing is certain: It makes no
wild, and even contribute to declines of wild fish, many
It's the b oldest statement Kitzhaber has made on Pacific
sense for the state to spend
hatcheries have been mixing
view. Kitzhaber, a Democrat
seeking re-election, has been under intensepressure from environmental supporters to oppose coal exports, having been targeted by a billboard campaign that urged: "Governor Kitzhaber. Oppose Coal Exports NOW."
But while the governor had said exports concerned him, he
hadn't flatlyrejected them. Kitzhaber
s a i d A us t r a-
lia-based Ambre Energy had beengiventwoyears to showits proposed export facility would meet Oregon regulatory standards and hadn't yet been able to demonstrate that it could. "The time has come to call
the question," Kitzhaber said, according to a transcript. "The future for Oregon and the West
Coast does not lie in 19th centuryenergy sources." Ambre's projectcould ex-
port 8.8 million tons annually. Trains would unload coal at Boardman and it would then
move by barge down the Columbia River to Port Westward,
$25 million a year to produce in wild fish to improve the fish for fishermen to catch, if gene pool. those fish won't bite. Ryan Couture, the research "It's an exciting idea for center's director, said this us," said David Noakes, a would be their first attempt to professorof fisheries at Ore- breed abetter biter. gon State University and seSo fewsteelhead returned nior scientist at the research to the Alsea this year that volcenter. "Depending on what unteer anglers did not turn in the answer is, we might be the 30 live wild fish needed to changing a lot of things about start the experiment, he said. raising hatchery fish and They'll try again next year. It stockinghatchery fish." takes a year to raise the fish to Hatcheries have been tak- be old enough to release, then ing the place of Mother Na- two more years to return as ture to produce salmon and adults. steelhead in the West for There i s e v i dence that more than 120 years. They when it comes to biting, a fish are supposed to make up is not just a fish. A 30-year study published for overfishing and habitat lost to dams, logging, min- in Transactions of the Amering, agriculture and urban ican Fisheries Society in 2009 development. on the effects of fishing on To distinguish them from black bass in an Illinois lake wild fish, hatchery fish have showed that removing the been marked since the 1990s aggressive fish that bite while by clipping a fleshy knob at defending their nests during the base of the tail called the spawning season produces a adipose fin. Hatchery fish population less likely to bite. make up the vast majority of In short, the tendency to salmon and steelhead return- bite can be inherited, said Daing to rivers, but not always vid Philipp, the study's lead the majority of those caught. author and principal scientist As scientific evidence has at the University of Illinois' Ilgrown that hatchery fish are linois Natural History Survey. "As you fish a population, less likely to survive in the
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BEND POLICE DEPARTMEMT Theft —A theft was reported at 8:22 p.m. April14, in the 300 block of Southwest Century Drive. Theft —Atheft was reported at 5:50 p.m. April16, in the 500 block of Northeast Bellevue Drive. Theft —Atheft was reported at10:55 p.m. April16, in the 700 block of Northwest Bond Street. Burglary —A burglary was reported at 2:50 a.m. April17, in the 200 block of Southwest Century Drive. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 4:18 p.m. April17, in the 2000 block of Northwest Deschutes Place. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 11:44 p.m. April18, in the1200 block of Northeast Glacier RidgeRoad. Theft —Atheft was reported at11:42 a.m. April 20, in the00 1 block of Northeast BendRiver Mall Avenue. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at 1:03 p.m. April 21, in the1800 block of Northeast Wichita Way.
Theft —A theft was reported at1:33 p.m. April 21, in the 20000 block of Jessica Court. Theft —A theft was reported at12:52 p.m. April 22, in the 61200 block of U.S. Highway97. Theft —A theft was reported at 7:37 a.m. April 21, in the 500 block of Northeast Burnside Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 4:26 p.m. April13, in the 63400 block of North U.S. Highway97. Unauthorized use — Avehicle was reported stolen at 9:55 a.m.April 15, in the 61400 block of South U.S. Highway 97.
BEND FIRE RUNS Thursday 17 —Medical aid calls.
CIVIL SUITS Filed April 8 14CV0256 —Robert Mayeav. Cynthia Ann Redalen, complaint, at least $100,000 14CV0257 —Ross Built, LLC, an Oregon Limited Liability Companyv. James EnglesandDouble RBuilders Corporation, an OregonBusiness Corporation, complaint, $17100 Filed April 9
14CV0258 —Liberty Acquisitions Servicing, LLC v.Brian Williams, complaint, 348,209.09 14CV0259 —Cach, LLCv. EthanA
Jefts, complaint, $100,31.51 14CV0260 —Cach, LLCv. RonCole, complaint, $20,532.50 14CV0261FC —Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, astrustee for First Franklin Mortgage LoanTrust 2006-FF16,asset-backed certificates, series 2006-FF16 v. Marcos Rodriguez, AnaYeli Rodriguez, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., First Franklin, a division of National City BankandState of Oregon, complaint, $285,651.10 14CV0262 —Stahancyk, Kent & HookP.C.,anOregon Domestic Professional Corporation v. Joanie K. Moore, complaint, $16,627.60 plus Interest, costs and fees Filed April 10
14CV0264 —Cach, LLCv. Lisa R Fetters, complaint, $16,498.69 14CV0265 —Cavalry SPVI, LLCv. Jason L Lark, complaint, $12,831.76 14CV0266 —Cach, LLCv. Roberta A Giamboi, complaint, $30,805.60 Filed April 11 14CV0267 —Evergreen Collection Co., LLC v.Kari J. Bennett, complaint, $17,554.34 14CV0268 —Charles D. andSusan L. Burke v.Copperline Homes, Inc., an Oregon corporation, Mark Wilhite, an individual and Neill Enterprises, LLC doing business asElite Plastering, complaint, $570,000 14CV0269 —Volunteers in Medicine Clinic of TheCascades, anOregon nonprofit organization v. Therese Ann Meyer, an individual, complaint,
cies concern themselves with
The Daily Astorian
sea lions that prey on federal-
Mike Campbell, a boat ly endangered salmon runs. operator for A nchorage Their hazing and sometimes Launch Services, faces a
lethal operations at Bonne-
unique job challenge: 600- ville Dam a n d W i l l amette to 1,000-pound California Falls in West Linn draw even more controversy.
you tend to catch the most
the boat," said Campbell,
aggressive ones. Often times they areremoved from the
who in his vessel Triumph II services ships mooring
predation on salmon at Bonneville Dam. Between 2002
population. As a result, the
in the river. "I had to hop
population becomes less vulnerable to angling because it is less and less aggressive," Philipp said.
"One time I came down The U.S. Army Corps of here, I couldn't even get to Engineers monitors sea lion and 2013, their figures show California sea lions taking on up on the bow of the boat, average less than 1.7 percent fire it, get it started just to of the spring run. createsome noise to chase
The Port of
A s toria h as
head bite is something anglers can talk about for hours. A rainbow trout that goes
always had sea lions since she was hired in the 1990s, other tenants see the sea said Marina Manager Janice lions as a sometimes ag- Burke. The number ranged gressive nuisance, the between 200 and 400 — sim-
to the ocean to grow up, steel-
mammals draw admirers
head do not feed when they
from around the world.
return to their native river to spawn. But they will still
In the middle is Port of bled and tripled," said Burke. Astoria, a 11 4 -year-old Although he sees tourist
bite a clump of roe, a ball of yarn, a worm, a fly, or a lure wiggling in their face. Color seems to make a difference.
Stretch Armstrong doll pulled from either side by groups imploring it to accommodate — or con-
So does size and movement.
versely to evict — the pin-
primary goal is protecting the Port and public property.
Surveys of Deschutes River anglers since 1977 consistent-
nipeds at Pier 36. The barking bulls mi-
End Mooring Basin snap
ly show that wild fish account
grate to Astoria each year
walkways, break electrical
for the bulk of fish caught, even as their numbers have dwindled. In 2013, nearly six wild fish were caught for every hatchery fish, while
to fatten up on salmon before migrating back to
boxes and crush water spigots. They indirectly cost the
C alifornia's Channel I s -
Port thousands in
Just what makes a steel-
hatchery fish outnumbered wild fish nearly three to one.
On the Alsea, the first year of a three-year creel survey found hatchery fishbred from wild parents were caught by fishermen three times more
often than those bred from the hatchery's longstanding stock.
NEws OF REcoRD POLICE LOG
By Edward Stratton
ture that can sustain the next
Northwest coal exports, which he had previously questioned and said needed extensive re-
fice says a 25-year-old Portland manwhowastrying to walk across a homemadetightrope betweentwo large rock sections on the north Oregon coast is missing after hewas hit by a large wavethat swept him into the ocean.Sheriff Andy Long said Friday that JamesMichael Alejandro had beenclimbing on a rocky area of CapeKiwanda with several other people onThursday afternoon when heconnected a single rope betweentwo large rock sections abovethe water and tried to walk it. Witnesses say hewas briefly seen in the water but they lost sight of him. ACoast Guard boat from nearby Tillamook Bay and Coast Guard helicopters searched bywater and air but failed to find the man. Longcautions that coastal ocean currents are strong and large wavesare common.
them off the dock." While Campbell and
ilar to Newport.
"The last few years it's dou-
opportunities with sea lions, Interim Executive D i rector Mike Weston said the Port's The sea lions at the East
m a i nte-
lands to find mates. Some nance behind a $30 million stay year-round. L a st breakwater built by the U.S. week, the Oregon Depart- Army Corps of Engineers ment of Fish and Wildlife to provide moorage for its counted more than 1,400 sea lions in one day at the
tenants. The Port ha s
l o oked at
several options to deter sea The O D FW' s b r a n d- lions. Some cost thousands ing of sea lions draws a of dollars per finger pier and small cadre of volunteers, i nvolve electricity. But t h e among them the Sea Lion thin strips of orange surD efense Brigade. T h e veying tape, thin enough to group even has a discount be swiped and broken by a at the Comfort Suites, single finger, strung along said organizer and for- the docks have produced the m er Astorian an d P o r t most results. live-aboard Chuck Lovett, f rom w h er e t h e y c a n
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pressive leader since his days in the Oregon Legislature. Republicans should support him in the Republican primary in the 2nd Congressional District. Walden, the former owner of radio stations in Hood River and in The Dalles, has grown in influence. Now 57 and in his eighth term in Congress, he's chairman of the National Republican Campaign Committee. He's chairman of Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. He's fifth in the House leadership. That influence helps Oregonians. He can make things happen in Congress. He can get abill to move. For instance, he worked this session with his Democratic colleagues in Oregon to get agreement on a forestrybillthatwouldpermitmore federal land to be logged and thinned. In a crowded House calendar, with hundreds ofother House members with bills of their own, he could get the bill to a vote in the House. Of course, it's sitting in the Senate. But that's ajob for Oregon's senators. He's done more for his district, too. He's twice guided a bill through the House that would free up more water behind Bowman Dam for Prineville and for irrigators, and it would enable hydro to be built. That also is awaiting actionbythe Senate. There's much more to it than just passing bills. He's protecting Oregonians from excessive regulation — from onion farmers facing brutal requirements for water quality to brewers and ranchers facing a challenge to the age-old practice of using
spent grain from breweries as feed for cattle. He's also fought to keep the Internet free from being played for control and taxation. Walden doeshave a Republican challenger, Dennis Linthicum. Linthicum, 58, has worked in information systems for a variety of companies including Hughes Aircraft. He moved to Oregon about 20 years ago with his family and has aranch. He hasbeen a county commissioner in Klamath County since 2008. Linthicum describes himself as a constitutional conservative. If there is one overriding theme in his campaign, it is how the federal government hasusurped power from the states. He doesn't want the federal government dictating education or environmental standards. He is disgusted with the federal debt. He told us: "If you are wanting compromise, I am notyour man." We share many of Linthicum's concerns; so does Walden. But anyone who speaks with Linthicum has to wonder how his idealism and uncompromising approach would collide with getting things done in
Congress. Oregon Republicans should want someone who stays true to the beliefs of the party. If a member of Congress is also to have a positive impact forOregonians, he or she needstobe ableto compromise.
Health care reforms m issed capaci issues
ookpast the mess of the Cover Oregon website and it's easy to find another Oregon health care mess. We've all heard about patients being upset they can't keep their doctors. But some of neediest Oregonians are finding it hard to find a doctor. Bulletin reporter Tara Bannow explored the issue in an article on Thursday. Getting doctors to see Medicaid patients was a problem long before the recent health care reforms. Doctors worry about being fairly compensated for their work just like everybody else. And when they knew they would have to subsidize Medicaid patients with patients on private insurance, it put them in a bind. Then came the health care reforms. Thousands more people were addedtoMedicaid. In Oregon, thosepeople are served by the Oregon Health Plan. The Central Oregon Coordinated Care Organization responsible for the patients was expected to get some 8,000 new patients. It has seen at least 14,000 more.
And while efforts have been made to increase Medicaid compensation, the flood of patients and the compensation issue have ledto some Central Oregon doctors dedining to take new OHP patients and even sendingexistingones away. It's hard to know how widespread the issue is from anecdotal reports, but the CCOs in Laneand Klamath counties have closed to new members. Health care reformers knew something like this might happen. When more people suddenly get insurance, it's only logical that there would be capacityproblems. Patientswho have not had coverage before may need treatment for longstandingproblems. The shortage of primary-care physicians is also nothing new. It's been apolicy worry foryears. When we spoke to Gov. John Kitzhaber the other day about the federal reforms and Oregon's experiment with CCOs, he said he is hopeful they will improve care and hold down costs. But while those reforms did not create the capacity problems, they reinforced them and have not done enough to solve them.
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M 1Vickel's Worth Spear hasprovenrecord
nificent. He's intelligent, confident,
My family has known Thomas "T.J." Spear and his family for several years and I fully support his candidacy for circuit court judge. I feel that Spear is the standout
detail of the investigation, all of which got complete and thorough
Burge's left-wing pusillanimous attitude is typical of progressive statists refuting patriotism, Old Glory, honor and duty. His hero is
attention. He would not take any-
Obama. I quote Dr. Jack Wheel-
knows the law, and he knew every
thing less than the maximum punishment for the murderer. He also didn't allow the defense team to
candidate due to the balance and
er: "The O-man, Barack Hussein Obama, is an eloquently tailored empty suit. No resume, no accom-
depth of his legal experience in our make Woody look bad. plishments, no experience, no community. He has 12 years of exWoody saved lives for a living original ideas, no understanding perience as a private practitioner as a respiratory therapist at St. of how the economy works, no and seven years experience as a Charles medical center. She flew understanding of how the world circuit court judge pro tem. During with Air Life. She was described works, no guts, nothing but abthis time he has tried well over a as being a "stellar" employee. stract, empty rhetoric devoid of hundred jury trials and many more She loved her job, her family and real substance." bench trials. friends, and her community. Wheeler was the author of RonI believe that Spear's proven reFlaherty is not a politician, so ald Reagan's successful strategy to cord in jury trials in the Deschutes most people have no ideahow com- break the back of the Soviet Union Country Circuit Court, his expe- mitted and honorable a person he with the Star Wars race and exrienceserving as a pro tem judge is. He's so dedicated to his job that pose the Soviet's inner weakness. and his commitment to his clients he doesn't have time to campaign Burge also disparages Fox News, and our community make him the or market himself for re-election. which is the only fair and balanced So I'm sharing my story. clear choice. format in the mainstream media I urge you to join me in voting for Flaherty is an inspiration to me, presenting both sides of a story Spear for judge. my family and friends of Woody. and letting the viewer/listener deMarcy McCoun He's brilliant, courageous and 100 cide. Progressive statists hate Fox Bend percent dedicated to what he be- because they can't handle facts lieves in, and we need him.
Flaherty is brilliant and courageous
Rachel Nordenhok Bend
In October of 2010, a good friend,
Woody (Lori W r i ght-Blaylock) was murdered by her husband of one year. He murdered her and
Republicanswill win in November
In response to Jason Burge's
dumped her body in the Santiam
Note: I purposely didn't use the word liberal. A liberal rejects authority; progressives embrace and seek it as evidenced by the current inhabitant of the White House. Liberals fought, and won, the Revolu-
tionary War. When Republicans, Indepen-
reply regarding Al Phillips' letter questioning Barack Obama's pos- dents and conservative Democrats sible hidden agenda (March 16): vote in November, Republicans herty represented her in the mur- Burge scoffs at Republicans' man- will wi n t h e S enate, retain the der trials held one year later. tra of Benghazi, Fast and Furious, House, and effectively neutralize He didn't even know her, or how Obamacare, income redistribu- Obama and foil Hillary Clinton's worthy she was of his representa- tion and freebies as if these aren't seeking of the Democratic Party's tion. But he not only spoke for her, important, u nresolved events, nomination. he fought for her. in which many Americans were Richard Henry In the courtroom he was mag- killed in the line of duty. Bend River. District At torney Patrick Fl a-
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Going upstream for the health of the next generation By Lawrence Wallack ublic health professionals re-
We now know that the most criti-
cal developmental period of vulneralize that we are often so busy ability for health and social probpulling drowning people out of lems throughout the life course is the river downstream that we don't from preconception to about age 2, have time to go upstream, see what a period referred to as the first 1,000 is causing them to fall in and do days. The two main risk factors are something about it. biological changes related to the The mission of public health is nutritional flow from the mother to prevention, and that means mak- the fetus and the level of continuous ing a difference upstream. Recent external stress on the mother — the research in biological and social sci- type of "toxic" stress brought on by ences provide remarkable findings conditions such as racism, inadeabout the developmental origins of quate housing, unemployment and chronic diseases such as obesity, lack of opportunity. heart disease and diabetes. Further, While the mother is the environthis research indicates that some of ment of the developing fetus, the the same factors that increase risk community is the environment of forthese diseases also are strongly the mother. A recent Robert Wood implicated in a range of problems Johnson Foundation national comrelated to cognitive development, mission concluded that "our zip educational performance and men- code may be more important than tal health. our genetic code in determining our
IN MY VIEW health." It turns out that genes ar-
en't a rigid blueprint for our health; they are a collection of infinite pos-
sibilities, switched on or off depending on the well-being our mothers experienced prior to and during pregnancy, and on the nutrition and care we received as infants. This is known as epigenetics: where nature meets nurture. Environmental stimuli, such as nutrition or toxic stress,affect our genes and, conse-
Much work in Oregon has focused apply our scientific knowledge. We on early childhood education and must demolish the silo structures by various prevention programs. This creating a common understanding is important, but we now know that of the crosscutting factors that put we need to go back further into the some children at higher vulnerabilearliest of the first 1,000 days of life, ity for a lifetime of social and health particularly for lower-income popu- problems. lations, to justly, effectively and efThere isno more powerful space ficiently address the problems that in our society than where our best burden our health care systems and science, our most compassionate limit educational, economic and so- values and our noble instincts as a cial opportunity for individuals and community come together. The urcommunities. gency of the first 1,000 days is such The most important target popu- a space. We can make a difference, lation must be females from middle but we need the vision to see that school through the end of childbear- space, the focus to map it out clearing years. ly and the political will to use it as We must link efforts in preven- a starting point to make the kind of tion, early c h i ldhood e ducation, difference that can lead to a healthhousing, maternal and child health, ier Oregon.
quently, our health. We can improve these conditions through changes in public policy and innovative public health programming. Health care reform is placing a large bet on prevention and must incorporate the science of devel- economic development and related opmental origins of health and areas. We must think bigger, bolddisease into planning at all stages. er and more comprehensively and
— Lawrence Wallack is a distinguished fellow at OHSUMoore Institute for Nutrition and Wellness.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014 • THE BULLETIN
California'swater wars: a'new level of crazy'
BITUARIES DE~TH NP TjgES Inez J. Hill, of Salem Aug. 19, 1919 - April 23, 2014 Arrangements: Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service of Salem, 1-503-364-2257 Services:
Funeral Services are
pending at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service of Salem.
Roger Irwin Powers, of Madras Aug. 17, 1918 - April 22, 2014 Arrangements: Bel-Air Funeral Home, 541-475-2241
John Judge considered himself an 'alternate historian'
By Emily Langer
A celebration of Roger's life will be held on Friday, May 2, 2014 at 3:00 PM at the Desert lnn Bar & Grill in Metolius.
The Washington Post
By Mark Grossi FRESNO, Calif. — California water authorities are kill-
ing salmon and destroying farming. They're endangering shorebirds, threatening city taps and quite possibly raising the crime rate. That's a sampling of the four dozen comments and protests on the website of the
Judge, an independent researcher w h o tir e lessly amassed and disseminated evidence supporting alternative explanations — some called them conspiracy theo-
yers, wildlife groups, cities and even the Fresno County sheriff have posted thoughts officials about the use of this year's puny snowpack and half-empty reservoirs. "This year is a whole new level of crazy," said Ara Azhderian of the San Joaquin 8
What's the problem?
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co-founded and directed the Coalition on Polit-
ical A ss assinations, an orga-
nization whose activities in-
clude investigating the deaths in the 1960s of John Kennedy,
his brother Robert Kennedy, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and black nation-
alist leader Malcolm X. News outlets, with some frequency, featured his work.
thousands of volumes and documents on political assassinations and other matters,
considered himself an "alter-
The rivers must continue to flow into the ocean or the del-
ta's water will be spoiled for people, farms and wildlife. Nobody disputes the need,
but the storms in February and March caused the out-
times higher than it had been flowing at the t ime. Grober said the delta needed a
good flushing to push out ocean salt from previous dry months. Pumping did not greatly increase. So how much water should
flow to the ocean and how much should go into the mas-
the spotlight in February and
sive state and federal export
pumps in the south delta? It's a moving target, depending on tides, the presence offederall y protected fish, such as salmon, drought
balancing the other w ater
needs. Besides fear, exactly what finally began hitting the state Since Gov. Jerry Brown is setting everybody off? after a sunny, disappointingly declared a drought emergenMostly, it's about river wa- dry December and January. cy in January, water leaders ter allowed to reach the PaThe February and March have been working daily on cific Ocean through the Sac- s torms caused r iver f l o w adjustments in the state's waramento-San Joaquin River through the delta to spike. ter system — each of which Delta — a perennial Califor- And the fight over the extra triggers more angst. nia argument filled with sus- flow was on. In a state defined by water picion, lawsuits and politics. Farmers held m a ssive wars, this year stands out. "This is a big one," said San Joaquin Valley farm rallies and pressured lawgroups say too much water makers, pointing to huge Les Grober,assistant deputy March, oddly because storms
has been allowed to escape to
i ncreases of o u tflow b o t h
the ocean for nature, robbing the multibillion-dollar agri-
months. Fishing groups and environmentalists wrote im-
director at the State Water Resources Control Board, the arbiter of C alifornia water
passioned media releases and rights. "We get many issues Environmental and fishery publicly lambasted officials before us, but this is a very groups say agriculture is ma- who allowed some increase dry year. People are very nipulating the drought crisis in pumping. worried." to extract delta water, exposIn the middle of the fray, culture industry.
conditions and other factors,
scientists say. Farm water leaders continue to push for more detail.
"Should that balance be 8020 — 80 percent going out and 20 percent being pumped'?" asked Azhderian. "That was the split in February and March. There'sa lot more in-
volved in the question, but is that really equitable?" Valley farmers who rely on water from the federal Central Valley Project and the State Water Project are
fallowing hundreds of thousands of acres this year. Last Friday the state an-
nounced it would allow farmers and cities to take 5 percent of their allocation from the
ing even nonthreatened fish
state and federal agencies
and the fishing industry to catastrophic losses. The argument spilled into
were walking a tightrope, Government scientists say emphasizing protection of it's important to understand public health and safety while that the Sacramento and the
leaves unanswered ques-
Continued from B1 Union officials sparred with then-county Adminis-
fees.Dharmarajah called fair share "probably the number
trator Dave Kanner, Dhar-
efit everyone by increasing say county employees have 25 to 30percent of the 388 worker pay. Some employ- to go for or against the fair Deschutes County AFSCME ees take issue with the idea share idea, county Adminemployees pay union dues, he of paying for representation istrator Tom Anderson said said, down from about 55 per- they don't want. Thursday. It just opens the cent a few years ago. The U.S. Supreme Court door for those talks next year. Fair share has been a con- heard arguments earlier A nderson praised t h e troversial issue nationwide. this year in an Illinois case u nion r e presentatives f o r If it ended up in a future De- brought forward by an em- working with the county on schutes County employee ployee who objected to pay- what he called a fair and honcontract, workers in jobsrep- ing fair share union dues. No est contract. "It was very cooperative resented by the local AFSC- ruling has been issued in that ME would haveto pay the case. and collegial," he said. "fair share" of negotiating Dharmarajah said Des— Reporter 541-617-7820
State Water Project. The decision was made because of the
February and March storms.
He turned his Washing-
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supporting himself over the decades through odd jobs and fundraising work. He was once described as a "professional conspiracist," but he
At the same time, the two
rivers hold out damaging salt from the briny Pacific Ocean.
San Fra sc Pacific Ocean Slale anll
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terrorist attacks and o t her historic events, died April 15
of the past. He
nedy's assassination, the 9/11
na r r a tives
acres of farmland and 25 mil-
flow to peak more than three
D elta-Mendota Water A u -
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SacramenleSan Joaquin River nella
farmers, environmental law-
ries — for President John Ken-
who question official or commonly a ccept-
River waterfromthe Sacramentoandthe San Joaquin flowsthrough Jhe delta totheocean. The pushoffreshwater keeps salt fr ~filing waterfor ple,f je
From all over California,
in the community of skeptics
longest rivers, are the hub of the water supply for 3 million
driest winter in decades.
thority, representing many farmerswho are forecast to get zero water this year.
at a nursing facility in Washington. He was 66. Through years of investigation and activism, Judge developed a devoted following
State Water Resources Con-
in a siege of protests to state
W ASHINGTON —
trol Board about emergency water management after the
San Joaquin, the state's two
The Fresno Bee
nate historian," according to his website, judgeforyourself. org. "I tell people you can call me a conspiracy theorist if you call everyone else a coincidence theorist," Judge quipped to the publication National Journal.
His most noted work involved President Kennedy's death in Dallas on Nov. 22,
1963. Like legions of others theworld: doubters labeled conspiracy Daniel Anker, 50:A fihnmak- theorists, Judge rejected the er whose sober documentaries Warren Commission's finding brought u n s ensationalizedthat Lee Harvey Oswald had narrative power to subjects in- been the lone gunman. Judge's working theory, he cluding the trials of the Scottsboro boys and Hollywood's told interviewers, was that the treatment of the Holocaust. assassination had been orgaAs a producer, director and nized by the Joint Chiefs of sometime writer of films, he Staff. "I don't think this is an was attracted to stories with insoluble parlor mystery," he conventional arcs (and signif- once told the Dallas Morning icant drama) that could be told News. "I don't think we are chronologically. Died Monday just flailing in the dark." in New York. Judge helped organize in Tito Vilanova, 45: The soc- Dallas annual commemoracer coach who succeeded Pep tions of Kennedy's death. He Guardiola at Barcelona and and others gathered on the won the Spanish league title in grassy knoll, the spot where his only season in charge. As another gunman, according to Guardiola's assistant, Vilanova some theories, was stationed. providedthetacticalknow-how Those memorials became the that helped the coach build one subject of controversy last of the best teams in the histo- year, when Dallas marked the ry of the sport, winning two 50th anniversary of KenneChampions League titles. Died dy's death.
tions over mandatory union one issue" for the local AFSCME negotiating team. Just
icies say the negotiations ben-
n e w c o n t ract costs taken on by the union,
chutes County is one of the
marajah told The Bulletin on Friday. Dharmarajah said union r e presentatives felt
bullied by the county during the 2011 negotiations. "We had bargaining members leave crying because of the tone set by management, which was obviously
disrespectful in a number of ways," he said. "This time, (county staff) were incredibly courteous." Still, th e
in the form of union dues, few A F S C ME-represented even if they don't want to be governments in Oregon that represented. doesn't have a fair share poliAdvocates of fair share pol- cy in place. The new contract doesn't
Deathsofnote from around
Friday of throat cancer.
Michael Glawogger, 54: An Austrian f i lmmaker k n own for globe-trotting documenta-
ries that show people grappling with horrendous circumstances. Died of malaria Wednesday in Liberia, where he was planninghis next movie. He was 54. Douglas Coleman, 82: A
After contentious discussions with event organizers, the Coalition on Political Assassinations agreed to hold
its ceremony in a parking lot several blocks away from t he usual spot, which w a s restricted t o t i c k et-holding
participants. "We'll be here," Judge had Canadian-born scientist who said. "We may have to crawl upset scientific dogma by dis- through the sewer system covering that genes — not will- and pop our heads up where power, eating habits or other the assassin was, but we'll be behaviors — could cause obesi- here." ty in some people. Died April 16 John Patrick Judge was at his home in Lamoine, Maine. born Dec. 14, 1947, in WashChen Yizi, 73: Helped re- ington, and he grewup in Falls shape China's economy in the Church, Va. Both his parents 1980s but who was deemed a worked at the Pentagon. counterrevolutionary after deJudge graduated in 1970 fending the student-led protests
from the University of Dayton
that filled Tiananmen Square in in Ohio, where he studied the1989. Working in a succession ology and where he recalled of research institutes, Chen, a being obliged to participate in top government adviser, pushed the Reserve Officers' Trainreforms to rebuild China and ing Corps. He later joined the open it to wider trade. Died in
American Friends Service
exile April 14 in Los Angeles.
Committee as a draft counselor during the Vietnam War.
— From wire reports
Mixed Continued from B1 Janel Smith lives just west
of the site in contention. "I like the idea of an MUN
Planning Commission pudlic hearing
May 5. "The SWAP process won't (re)zone a thing, that's a property owner's decision," Heather Richards, Redmond community development di-
located," she told the Red-
7p.m. May5 City Council Chambers 777 S.W. DeschutesAve.
mond Planning Commission during a public hearing Monday. The SWAP includes another mixed-use area close to Ridgeview High School. There was no testimony in opposition to
factors to the problem as neighbors saw it. City staffers said they are waiting for an updated traffic count from the Oregon Depart-
ment of Transportation, but
er wants a different zoning, then having a plan in place
Many of Smith's neighbors testified with similar opinions to hers during the standing-room-only hearing, sharing their dismay
currently the intersection is
makes it easier t o
(mixed-use neighborhood) but not where this one is
d oesn't matter where it
We'll have a similar group coming forward b ecause change is difficult," she said. "Everyone needs to keep in mind that our r ole (SWAP
rector, said after the public hearing. "What we're trying to do is plan healthy, sustainable neighborhoods with good quality of life. We're working on a plan, but we have no intention of taking any action (to rezone land).
task force) was to look at
If down the line a landown-
to Canyon Rim subdivision along Redmond's Northwest
what was right for the whole
of Redmond, long term, not just that area." It may be 10 or more
y e a r s before the
Helmholtz/Wickiup site gets developed, she predicted. As an example, Rees points
19th Street, which was bea ccom- gun in 2000 but is not yet ful-
plish. Sometimes people have ly built out. There is a large According to City En- a hard time understanding parcel adjoining the housing gineer Mike Caccavano, that what's there when they still unimproved because it improvements to the intermove into a home isn't neces- was set aside for a mixed-use at the thought of increased section and adjoining roads sarily what will be there in 20 commercial project and the t raffic, bl o c ke d v ie w s , are included in Redmond's or 30 years." developers — of whom Rees tr a n sportation apartments and a general long-term R edmond resident Kr i s is one — are waiting until the change of character in their plan, and any major devel- Rees was on the task force market can support a comneighborhood. opment in the area would t hat h e lped d e v elop t h e mercial development. "Everyone needs to t ake The proposed site is at the require a t r a f fi c i m p act SWAP and as a veteran real intersection of Wickiup Av- study that probably would estate agent and partner in a big breath," Rees said. "It enue and Helmholtz Way,a result in m a ndated up- residential deve l opments won't happen overnight and street the city considers an grades before the develop- throughout the region, she by the time it does you'll be arterial road and has long ment is complete. says she understands the dis- glad it happened there." planned to make a major In a letter of opposition may of the neighbors. — Reporter: 541-548-2186, "We see it all the time. It north-south connector. On submitted to the planning Ipugmire@bendbuiietin.com the west side of the intercommission, Joanna Paintsection, the land is mostly er stated, "Neighbors living rural, large lot development. within a mile of the corner • 5 East of the intersection is a do not observe a need for mixture, with a dense resi- commercial uses here." dential subdivision directly However, the city has reacross the street from the ceived several letters from proposed MUN site and nearby residents stating both large acreage and they are looking forward to Quietly doing it right the first time. m ore subdivisions on t h e a small commercial develwest side of Forked Horn opment at the site. thought to be adequate.
Butte. Safety of
According to James Lewt h e i n t ersec- is, Redmond planning manager, the SWAP is not final
tion was cited by several neighbors as one reason the city should reconsider
the MUN. Speeding drivers on Helmholtz and poor visibility were contributing
and changes may be made based on testimony and the desires of the planning commission. An additional
public hearing is scheduled
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IN THE BACK BUSINESS Ee MARIKT NEWS W Scoreboard, C2 N BA, C4 Sports in brief, C2 NHL, C4 Baseball, C3 Gol f , C4 Preps, C4 THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
League clarifies transfer rule NEW YORK — For
more than acentury, basebal lseemedtoknow when a catchwas a catch. Thenexpanded instant replay camealong this season, and noone seemed to besure. The sport's Playing Rules Committee clarified the meaning of when a fielder catches the ball before trying to transfer it from his glove to his handfor a throw, trying to defuse a controversy thatleft managers andplayers puzzled in the season's opening weeks. With umpires watching slow-motion replays in a NewYork control room, several plays that routinely havebeen called outs in thepast had been ruleddrops. Starting Friday, possession was defined ashaving complete control of the ball. Thecommittee said fielders maydrop the ball after intentionally opening their glovesto make transfers. "I understood that if you went by the rule in the book, youhadto call it a certain way.But it had beencalled another way for100 years," New York Mets centerfielder Chris Youngsaid. "It's amazing that Major League Baseball stepped in now so fast and stopped it so quickly. All it took was acouple of miscues. I think it's a great call, for sure. I'm really glad theydid it now, rather thanwaiting until after the seasonto evaluate it." Calling this a "common senseinterpretation," MLBSenior Vice President DanHalem said the committee decided "as longas the fielder intentionally opens his glovewith the intent to take theball out, that piece of the rule is satisfied." "Somebodytol dme that I think thedefinition of catch in our Official Playing Ruleswas written in1953 perhaps, and obviously it wasn't written with the precision of instant replay in mind," Halemtold the Associated PressSports Editors. MLB said thecommittee, chaired byNewYork Mets general manager Sandy Alderson, determined "a legal catch has occurred ... if the fielder had complete control over the ball in his glove, but drops the ball after intentionally opening his glove to makethe transfer to his throwing hand."
Pant ers o o Storm
or 11-10IMCvictory Bulletin staff report Summit rallied back from a 10-3 deficit, but Redmond held on to claim an 11-10 victory in an Intermountain
Inside • More Friday prep sports from around Central Oregon,C4
Conference softball nailbiter Friday at Summit High School.
the fifth inning, and the Storm added
In a game played in sometimes two runs in the sixth to cut the marwintry conditions, the Panthers (3-3 gin to 11-10. IMC, 6-11 overall) completed a sweep The Panthers threatened in the top of this week's three-game series with of the seventh and had two runners the Storm (0-6, 2-12). in scoring position with two outs. Led by Kiahna Brown's three But Summit second baseman Maddy singles and two RBIs and Madison Hallman made a dazzling running Edwards' double, single and two catch on a ball hit into shallow cenRBIs, Redmond surged to a 10-3 lead
ter field for the third out to end the
through three innings. But Summit, which was led offensively by Aubrey
Clemans (two hits, a double and two
Ryan Brennecke I rhe Bulletin
Needing a run to tie and two to win, the Storm got neither in the
RBIs) and Jacqueline Manley (two hits), roared back with four runs in
home half of the seventh against
the fourth to close within three.
who set down the side in order to secure the win for the visitors.
Both teams scored a single run in
Redmond reliever Sarah Matlock,
Ridgeview's George Mendazona fires to first to complete a double play against Bend on Friday. The visiting Ravens led 5-1 after two innings, but the Lava Bears narrowed the deficit to 5-4 with a three-run third. The Intermountain Hybrid game was postponed during the bottom of the fourth inning. Because the contest did not get past the fifth inning, a winner could not be declared. Instead, the game will resume today at noon with a Bend runner on first base and one out in the bottom of the fourth.
GOLF: CENTRAL OREGON SHOOTOUT
Bazers a to Roc ets
Dave Clark, of Seattle,
second from left, putts on the11th hole while other
golfers in his group watch and wait their
turn during the first round of the Central
Oregon By Anne M. Peterson
The Associated Press
Aspen Lakes Golf Course
PORTLAND — Troy Danielshit a 3-pointer with 11.9 seconds left and the Houston
in Sisters Friday after-
Rockets narrowed Portland's first-round
playoff advantage to 2-1 with a 121-116 overtime victory over the Trail Blazers on Friday
Andy Tullis I The Bulletin
James Harden broke out of a slump with
a career playoff-best 37 points and Dwight Howard added 24 points and 14 rebounds for the Rockets. u
each of Portland's victories
in the first two games in Houston. But Omer Asik did a good job of shutting
him down in Game 3,hold-
P ortland trailed by a s
many as 11 points in the fi- TV:TNT nal quarter but Nicolas Batum hit a 3-pointer with 41
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seconds left to tie the game at 110. Harden missed a half-court shot at the buzzer to send the
game to overtime. Lillard's layup gave Portland a 116-112 lead with 3:08 left in the extra period. Jere-
my Lin hit a jumper from the top of the key before Harden's fadeaway tie it with 1:51 to
Aldridge missed a jumper over Howard
but Lin missed a 3-pointer on the other end
before Daniels nailed his 3-pointer. Batum missed a 3 with 4.9 seconds left and Harden made free throws for the final margin.
Only three teams have come back to win after losing the first two games of a sev-
Beavers take series opener
en-game series at home: The last was the
2004-05 Mavericks, who came back against the Rockets. SeeBlazers /C4
Oregon State starts the Civil War series with a 3-1 victory over Oregon in Corvallis on Friday,C3
I's rally late to beat Rangers
• Golfers startweekendtourney havingto dealwith various weather conditions
A pair of two-run doubles helps Seattle overtake Texas,C3
By Zack Hall
A story headlined "Panthers sweepStorm in IMC" that appeared Thursday on C4contained an error due to incorrect information provided to TheBulletin. Jacqueline Manley and KeyleeFord hit home runs for Summit in a softball doubleheader against Redmondon Wednesday.
ing the All-Star forward to Houston at 23 points. The Blazers were por tland led by Damian Lillard with When:Sunday, 30 points.
— The Associated Press
LaMarcus Aldridge had more than 40 points in
SISTERS — Trish Lawson could hardly contain her excitement.
fury a spring day in Central Oregon can bring: rain, hail, snow, and even a splash of sun. Lawson, though, does not often
She was giddy Friday not because get to play in such conditions, not she shot a personal best or aced a while living in Honolulu for more par 3 during the first round of the than 30 years. "I actually had to go and buy long Central Oregon Shootout. No, the 58-year-ol d golferwa sstoked bepants and a rain suit," said Lawson, cause of, of all things, the weather.
"It snowed today!" Lawson said gleefully as she clapped her hands
who is in the area with her husband
to visit her friend and Shootout playing partner, Vicki Finseth, of
while sitting with friends in the main
Depot Bay. "I don't even own these
dining room at Aspen Lakes Golf Course's lodgelike clubhouse. "I am
blast," added Lawson while laughing. "Only my fingers got cold, otherwiseIwa sdressed appropriately."
Say what'? The first round of the Central Oregon Shootout was met with all the
"It was so much fun, I had a
CentralOregon Shootout What:54-hole amateur team golf tournament at areacourses Format:Two-person gross and net scramble, best ball, and Chapman Where:Aspen LakesGolf Course, Big Meadow at Black Butte Ranch, Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort When:Three-dayeventcontinues today and concludes Sunday Frlday's Results:In Scoreboard, C2
Dcn Ryan i The Associated Press
Portland center Robin Lopez drives on Houston center Dwight Howard during the first half of Game 3 of Friday night's first-round playoff
series in Portland.
TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
ON THE AIR
TODAY SOCCER EPL, Fulham FC vs Hull City AFC EPL, Manchester United vs Norwich City MLS, Colorado at Seattle A-League, semifinal: Brisbane vs. Melbourne EPL, Sunderland vsCardiff City
Time TV/Radio 7 a.m. N BCSN 9 :30 a.m.
1 p.m. Roo t m idnight FS2 4 a.m. N BCSN
College, GeorgiaTechat North Carolina State MLB, Los AngelesAngels at NewYork Yankees College, Alabama atSouth Carolina MLB, Pittsburgh at St. Louis MLB, Cincinnati at Atlanta College, Hawaii at CalState Fullerton MLB, Texas atSeattle College, Oregon atOregonState
10a.m. Root 10a.m. FS1 11 a.m. ESPN 1 p.m. FS1 4 p.m. MLB 5 p.m. ESPNU 6 p.m. Root 7:30 p.m. Pac-12, 940-AM
PGA Tour,Zurich Classic of NewOrleans PGA Tour,Zurich Classic of NewOrleans LPGATour, Swinging Skirts Classic
10a.m. noon 3:30 p.m.
Golf CBS Golf
NBA Playoffs, Indiana atAtlanta NBA Playoffs, SanAntonio at Dallas NBA Playoffs, Miami at Charlotte NBA Playoffs, OklahomaCity at Memphis
11 a.m. TNT 1:30 p.m. TNT 4 p.m. ESPN 6:30 p.m. ESPN
College, California Spring Game College, Washington State Spring Game College, UCLASpring Game HOCKEY NHL Playoffs, Detroit at Boston
NHL Playoffs, Columbus at Pittsburgh NHL Playoffs, Minnesota at Colorado
11 a.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m.
Pac-12 Pac-12 Pac-12
noon NBC 4 p.m. NBCSN 6:30 p.m. NBCSN
Wladimir Klitschko vs. Alex Leapai Keith Thurman vs. Julio Diaz
2 p.m. ESPN 6:30 p.m. SHO
3 :30 p.m. F o x
SUNDAY SOCCER EPL, Liverpool vs Chelsea EPL, Crystal Palace vsManchester City
Time TV/Radio 6 a.m. N BCSN 8 a.m. NBCSN
Women's College, Pac-12Championships, singles10 a.m.
NHL Playoffs, Philadelphiaat NewYork Rangers 9a.m. NHL Playoffs, St. Louis at Chicago noon NHL Playoffs, Anaheim atDallas 5 p.m.
College, Alabama atSouth Carolina MLB, Cincinnati at Atlanta College, Oregon atOregonState
10 a.m. ESPN 10:30a.m MLB 1 p.m. ESPNU, 940-AM
MLB, Texas atSeattle College, Washington State atWashington College, Arizona State at Arizona MLB, Los AngelesAngels at NewYork Yankees College, Hawaii at CalState Fullerton
1 p.m. Root Pac-12 2 p.m. 4:30 p.m ESPNU 5 p.m. ESPN 7:30 p.m ESPNU
NBA Playoffs, Chicago atWashington NBA Playoffs, L.A. Clippers at GoldenState NBA Playoffs, Toronto at Brooklyn NBA Playoffs, Houston at Portland
1 0 a.m. AB C 12:30 p.m. ABC 4 p.m. TNT 6:30 p.m. T NT
PGA Tour,Zurich Classic of NewOrleans PGA Tour,Zurich Classic of NewOrleans LPGATour, Swinging Skirts Classic AtiTO RACING IndyCar, HondaGrand Prix of Alabama
1 0 a.m. noon 4 p.m.
Go l f CBS Golf
College, Washington at OregonState
Arena, lowa at Philadelphia
SPORTS IN BRIEF FOOTBALL Northwestern players vote to unionize —Northwestern football players are voting on whether to form the nation's first college athletic union. Friday's unprecedented on-campusvote comes one month after a landmark ruling by aregional head of the National Labor Relations Board, which said players areemployees and can unionize. Seventy-six scholarship football players are eligible to vote, but the results may not beknown for months becausethe school is appealing the unionization effort. Ballots will be impounded.
Former NFL quarterdack Morrall dies at 79 —Earl Morrall, an NFLquarterback for 21 years who started nine gamesduring the Miami Dolphins' perfect season in1972, has died atage 79. The Dolphins confirmed Morrall's death Friday. Former teammateCharlie Babb said Morrall had been infailing health for some time. When Bob Griese broke his ankle in1972, Morrall cameoff the benchand started the final nine games of the regular season for the Dolphins.
MOTOR SPORTS Rain giVeSLarSOntop SpOtat RiChmOnd—RookieKyle Larson will start from thepole position today inthe NASCARrace at Richmond International Racewayafter athunderstorm arrived just in time to wash out qualifying. The top starting spot comes injust the13th Sprint Cup Series racefor Larson. Brad Keselowski will start on the outside of the front row, with Clint Bowyerand Kasey Kahnein the second row.
OLYMPICS Rio mayor says hewon't dowtosports federations —Rlo de Janeiro's mayorsayssports federations are makingtoo many unnecessary demands forthe2016Olympics.Eduardo Paessaysheexpects federations to continue complaining about the city's preparations until the start of the games,but that hewill not bow to their pressure and will keephis focus on securing a legacyfor Rio well beyond the Olympics. In aninterview with Brazilian reporters, he said thefederations are asking for too many"large things" that won't be used by the city after the Olympics, so he will keep fighting to provide only what will be absolutely necessary to guaranteesuccessful games intwo years. — From wire reports
ON DECK Today Baseball: Resume, botomof thefourth inning: Rid-
geviewatBend, noon Boys tennis:Sistersvs. Henley andSt. Mary'sat DIT in Klamath Falls,10 a.m.;Mountain View,Summitat
AshlandInvitational, TBD Track andfield: Redmond,Summit, MountainView,
CrookCounty, LaPine, Sisters, Culverat Summit Invitational,10a.mcSistersat Centennial Invite,11 a.m.;Ridgeview,Madras, Gilchrist at Sterling/Lithia Invite atDIT,10:30a.m. Boys lacrosse:Tualatin atBend,1 p.m.;West Albany at Mountain View,1p.m.;Summitat Canby,4 p.m.
GOLF Local CENTRALOREGON SHOOTOUT LeadersAfler FirstRound,April 26 Friday,Two-PersonScramble
At EagleCrestResort Course(Redmond) GrossFligM —1 (tie), Robert Kumpu la/Matt Duvag,64;Harry Paik/BobGorham,64; Patrick Berg/ DavidAnderson,64. Firsl NelFlight —1, DrewVanCleave/Joel Gilliland, 58. 2(tie), Phil Jenkins/MitchSaul,59;Trent Thompson/Jack Dimateo, 59. At BlackButte RanchBig Meadow Second Net— 1, Eric Robertson/CaseyDockstader, 59. 2 (tie), MarkBratt/MikeBratt, 60;MikeHindman/KerryBratcher,60. Fourlh Net—1,Scott Kissel/Sigurd Bauer, 56.2, CraigDerusha/Scott Boehly, 60. At AspenLakes(Sislers) Third Net —1, JohnStoffel/Jeff Weiss, 56. 2, LanceHunter/TimVeley,58. LadiesNel—1,AmyPierce/Carol Reichart,57. 2, AnnetteVanDaam/MicheleRostron,61.
PGA Tour Zurich Classic Friday AtTPC Louisiana Avondale, La.
Purse: $6.8 million Yardag e: 7,425; Par:72 Second Round
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BrooksKoepka PaulCasey StuartAppleby D.H.Lee JohnRollins DannyLee Sang-MoonBae Brendan Steele BrinyBaird Martin Flores JohnSenden SeanO'Hair Joe Durant TroyMatteson Tim Wilkinson
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LPGA Tour Swinging Skirls Classic Friday At Lake Merced Golf Club Daly City, Calif. Purse: S1.8million Yardage:6,607; Par: 72 SecondRound a-amateur StacyLewis 69-69—138 LydiaKo 68-71—139 KarineIcher 66-73—139 InbeePark 73-68—141 MikaMiyazato 72-69—141 lheeLee 68-73—141 P.K.Kongkraphan 74-68—142 CatrionaMathew 73-69—142 HaejiKang 72-70—142 BrittanyLang 71-71—142 PaolaMoreno 71-71—142 CarlotaCiganda 70-72—142 70-72—142 SuzannPettersen HyoJooKim 69-73—142 JennyShin 68-74—142 AlisonWalshe 74-69—143 AshleighSimon 73-70—143 72-71—143 I.K. Kim 72-71—143 LineVedel HeeYoungPark 70-73—143 69-74—143 ChristelBoeljon 69-74—143 Mo Martin 74-70—144 Shanshan Feng Eun-Hee Ji 73-71—144 72-72—144 AnnaNordqvist 72-72—144 Pornanong Phatlum 72-72—144 GiuliaSergas 72-72—144 MichelleWie 68-76—144 DewiClaireSchreefel 76-69—145 AzaharaMunoz 75-70—145 CandieKung 74-71—145 Cydney Clanton 73-72—145 JodiEwartShadoff Huei-JuShih 70-75—145 69-76—145 MorganPressel 73-73—146 AriyaJutanugarn a-Ssu-ChiaCheng 72-74—146 78-69—147 GiuliaMolinaro 76-71—147 Mirim Lee 75-72—147 SarahJaneSmith 74-73—147 Na Yeon Choi 74-73 — 147 KatherineKirk 74-73 — 147 Sydnee Michaels 74-73 — 147 AlenaSharp KarrieWebb 74-73—147 73-74—147 SandraChangkija Julilnkster 73-74 — 147 TiffanyJoh 73-74 — 147 AyakoUehara 73-74—147 MiJungHur 71-76—147 Wei LingHsu 70-77—147 PaulaCreamer 76-72 — 148 CarolineHedwall 76-72—148 BeatrizRecari 76-72—148 So YeonRyu 76-72—148 MinaHarigae 75-73 — 148 JeongJang 75-73 — 148 Meena Lee 75-73—148 Min Lee 75-73—148 Lisa Mccloskey 75-73 — 148 HaruNomura 75-73 — 148 MoriyaJutanugarn 74-74—148 BabeLiu 74-74—148 Ai Miyazato 74-74—148 DanielleKang 73-75—148 CristieKerr 73-75—148 Mi HyangLee 72-76—148 SunYoungYoo 72-76—148 JulietaGranada 71-77—148 Xi Yu Lin 77-72—149 JiminKang 76-73—149 Pei-LinYu 76-73—149 BrookePancake 75-74—149 Lindsey Wright 75-74—149 CarolineMasson 74-75—149 SandraGal 73-76—149 RyannO'Toole 73-76—149 HeatherBowieYoung 72-77—149 LizetteSalas 72-77—149 JenniferJohnson 71-78—149 MariaMcBride 68-81—149 Failed toQualify IreneCoe 78-72—150 YaniTseng 78-72—150 MariaHernandez 77-73—150 JessicaKorda 77-73—150 Pernilla Lindberg 77-73—150 EricaPopson 77-73—150 75-75—150 ChellaChoi 75-75—150 AustinErnst 75-75—150 MeganGrehan Yu-LingHsieh 74-76—150 73-77—150 CharleyHull 73-77—150 Ya Huei Lu 72-78—150 Katie M.Burnett 72-78—150 GerinaPiler Hee-Won Han 71-79—150 71-79—150 JaclynSweeney 79-72—151 BeckyMorgan 77-74—151 Hannah JunMedlock 76-75—151 NatalieGulbis 76-75—151 Thidapa Suwannapura 75-76—151 AmyAnderson 74-77—151 PazEcheverria 73-78—151 ChristinaKim a-Min-JouChen 80-72—152 76-76—152 MarinaAlex 76-76—152 AmyYang 75-77—152 KatieFutcher 74-78—152 NicoleCastrale 73-79—152 JayeMarieGreen a-RongJi 80-73—153 78-75—153 BroganMcKinnon 77-76—153 JenniferKirby a-MikaLiu 77-76—153 KristyMcPherson 77-76—153 Pei-YunChien 76-77—153 VeronicaFelibert 75-78—153 KathleenEkey 78-76—154 SeonHwaLee 78-76—154 SueKim 75-79—154 Hsin-NingYeh 74-80—154 BrittanyLincicome 72-82—154 Tzu-ChiLin 80-75—155 BelenMozo 75-80—155 MariajoUribe 75-80—155 PaulaReto 85-71—156 DanahBordner 81-76—157 a-Yu-JuChen 81-76—157 JiYoungDh 80-77—157 MindyKim 78-79—157 Kelly Tan 78-79—157 a-Chih-MinChen 77-80—157 a-Cih-HuiChen 77-80—157 JenniferRosales 78-80—158 MoiraDunn 81-78—159 VickyHurst 80-79—159 Ai-ChenKuo 80-79—159 Szu-HanChen 83-81—164 CindyLacrosse 79-85—164 PerrineDelacour WD JeeYoungLee 75 — WD VictoriaElizabeth 81 — WD ChristineSong 90 —WD HeeKyungSeo 80 — DQ
BASKETBALL NBA Ptayoffs NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Friday's Games Brooklyn102,Toronto98, Brooklyn leadsseries2-1 Chicago100,Washington 97, Washington leadsseries 2-1 Houston121,Portland116, DT,Portland leadsseries 2-1
Today'sGames IndianaatAtlanta,11 a.m.,Atlantaleadsseries2-1 SanAntonioat Dallas,1:30 p m.,seriestied1-1 Miami atCharlotte,4 p.m.,Miami leadsseries2-0 Oklahoma City at Memphis,6:30 p.m.,Memphis leads series2-1 Sunday'sGames ChicagoatWashington,10 a.m. LA. 0lippers at GoldenState,1230pm. Torontoat Brooklyn,4p.m. Housto natPort land,6;30p.m. Monday'sGames Miami atCharlotte,4 p.m.
AtlantaatIndiana,5p.m. SanAntonioatDalas, 6:30p.m. Friday's Summaries
Rockets121, Blazers116 (OT) HOUSTON(121) Parsons 5-124-415, Asik3-71-1 7, Howard1016 4-6 24,Beverley6-15 0-0 16, Harden13-358-9 37, Jones 0-30-00, Lin 5-112-213, Daniels3-60-0 9. Totals45-10519-22121. PORTLAND (116) Batum9-20 4-4 26,Aldridge8-22 7-7 23,Lopez 5-101-311,Lillard9-168-930, Matthews2-70-05, Robinson1-1 0-02, Wiliams6-104-517,Wright1-4 0-02,Freeland0-00-00.Totals41-9024-28116. Houston 35 19 27 29 11 — 121 Porffand 24 31 23 32 6 —116 3-Point Goal— s Houston 12-31 (Beverley 4-6, Daniels 3-6, Harden3-11, Parsons1-4, Lin 1-4), Portland 10-27 (Lillard 4-8, Batum 4-9, Williams 1-2, Matthews1-5,Aldridge0-1,Wright 0-2). Fouled Dut — Parsons, Matthews.Rebounds—Houston 62 (Howard14), Portland54(Aldridge10). AssistsHouston20 (Harden,Lin 6), Portland21(Lilard 6). Total Foul— s Houston 28, Portland24. TechnicalsPortlanddefensivethreesecond. A—20302(19980).
Bulls100, Wlzards 97 CHICAGO (100) Dunleavy12-193-435,Boozer6-122-214, Noah 24 2-6 6,Hinrich 2 40 0 4, Butler 3 77815, Gibson 5-83-613, Augustin4-153-413, Sneg0-20-0 0. Totals34-7120-30100. WASHING TON(97) Ariza 7-16 0-016, Nene5-15 0-010, Gortat6-12 1-213, Wall7-148-1223,Beal8-186-725, Booker 1-3 0-0 2,Webster 2-5 0-06, Miler 1-30-0 2, Harring ton0-00-00,Gooden0-00-00,Temple0-00-0 0. Totals37-8615-21 97. Chicago 28 20 24 28 — 100 Washington 30 21 18 28 — 97
Nets102, Raptors 98 TORONTO (98)
Ross1-42-2 5,AJohnson3-61-2 7,Valanciunas 4-4 2-410, Lowry4-9 6-615, DeR ozan8-2213-15 30, Patterson 6-7 2-417, Vasquez2-6 2-2 7, Fields 0-2 0-0 0,Hansbrough1-31-2 3, Salmons2-4 0-04, Novak 0-00-00. Totals31-67 29-3798.
J.Johnson11-174-429,Pierce5-97-718, Garnet 1-30-02, Williams7-146-922,Livingston1-31-23,
Plumlee 2 40 24, Anderson0 01-21, Teletovic2-7 0-05, Thornton 2-62-36, Kirilenko0-10-00, Blatche 2-38-812.Totals 33-6729-37102. Toronto 23 22 21 32 — 98 Brooklyn 19 30 28 26 — 102
HOCKEY NHL Playoffs NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE AH TimesPOT
Friday's Games Philadelphia 2, N.Y.Rangers1r seriestied 2-2 Chicago 3, St.Louis2, OT , Chicagoleadsseries 3-2 Anaheim 6, Dalas 2,Anaheimleadsseries 3-2 Today'sGames Detroit atBoston,noon,Boston leadsseries3-1 Columbus atPittsburgh, 4p.m.,seriestied 2-2 Minnesota at Colorado,6:30 p.m.,series tied2-2 LosAngelesatSanJose,7p.m.,SanJoseleadsse ries 3-1 SundayGames Philadelphia at N.Y.Rangers,9a.m. St. LouisatChicago,noon Anaheim at Dallas, 5p.m.
TENNIS Professional PorscheGrandPrix Friday At Porsche-Arena Stutlgarl, Germany Purse: S710,000 (Premier) Surface:Clay-Indoor Singles Ouarlerfinals MariaSharapova(6), Russia, def. AgnieszkaRadwanska (1), Poland,6-4, 6-3. Sara Errani(8), Italy, def.CarlaSuarezNavarro Spain,6-3,6-7 (6), 3-0,retired. Ana Ivanovi(9), c Serbia,def. SvetlanaKuznetsova Russia,6-3, 2-6,6-4. JelenaJankovic (5), Serbia, def. AlisaKleybanova Russia,6-4,6-3. BarcelonaOpen Friday At Real ClubdeTenis Barcelona Barcelona, Spain Purse: $2.94million (WT500) Surlace: Clay-Outdoor Singles Ouarlerlinals ErnestsGulbis(9), Latvia, def.TeymurazGabashvili, Russia,6-1,6-4. Kei Nishikori(4),Japan,def. Marin Cilic (12),Croatia, 6-1,6-3. NicolasAlmagro(6), Spain, def. RafaelNadal(1), Spain,2-6,7-6(5),6-4. SantiagoGiraldo,Colombia, def. PhilippKohlschreiber(10),Germany, 6-4, 6-3.
La PrincesseLauaMeryem Friday At Le RoyalTennis ClubdeMarrakech Marrakech,Morocco Purse: S260,000 (Intl.) Surlace: Clay-Outdoor Singles Quarlerlinals GarbineMuguruza(5), Spain, def.ShaharPeer, Israel,6-3,6-1. RominaOprandi, Switzerland,def. YvonneMeusburger(3),Austria, 6-4,6-4. DanielaHantuchova(1), Slovakia, def. PengShuai (6), China, walkover. Maria-TeresaTorro-Flor, Spain, def. PolonaHercog, Slovenia7-6 , (3), 7-6 (5). NastaseTiriac Trophy Friday At ProgresulBNRArenas Bucharest, Romania Purse: $670,500(WT250) Surface:Clay-Outdoor Singles Ouarlertinals LukasRosol, CzechRepublic, def.GilesSimon(4), France,7-6(2),6-2. RobinHaase,Netherlands, def. Denis Istomin, Uzbekistan,3-6,6-1, 6-3. GaelMonfils (3),France,def. Paul-Henri Mathieu, France, 3-6, 7-6(8), 6-2. Grigor Dimitrov(1), Bulgaria, def. SergiyStakhovsky,Ukraine,6-3, 6-4.
MO TOR SPORTS NASCAR Sprint Cup ToyotaOwners400Lineup Afler Fridayqualifying; racetoday At RichmondInternational Raceway Richmond,ya. Lap length: .76miles (Car number inparentheses) Lineup basedonpracfice times 1. (42)KyleLarson,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 2.2) BradKeselowski, Ford,ownerpoints. 3.I15) ClintBowyer, Toyota, owner points. 4. (5)KaseyKahne, Chevrolet,ownerpoints. 5.4) KevinHarvick, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 6.I55) Brian Vickers,Toyota, owner points. 7. (1)JamieMcMurray, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 8. (83)RyanTruex, Toyota, attempts. 9. (27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 10. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 11. (9)MarcosAmbrose,Ford, owner points. 12. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota, owner points. 13. (88)DaleEarnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 14. (47)AJAlmendinger, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 15. (43)Aric Almirola,Ford,owner points. 16. (99)CarlEdwards,Ford, owner points. 17. (22)JoeyLogano,Ford, owner points. 18.31RyanNewman, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 19.(18 ) KyleBusch,Toyota, ownerpoints. 20.14TonyStewart, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 21.(41 ) KurtBusch,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 22. (78)MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 23. (7)MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 24. (23)AlexBowman,Toyota, owner points.
25. (24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 26. (16)GregBiffle, Ford,owner points. 27. (3)AustinDilon, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 28. (11)Denny Hamlin, Toyota, ownerpoints. 29. (17)RickyStenhouseJr., Ford, owner points. 30. (35)DavidReutimann,Ford, attempts. 31. (51)JustinAllgaier,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 32. (32)TravisKvapil, Ford,attempts. 33. (38)DavidGililand, Ford,ownerpoints. 34. (13)CaseyMears,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 35. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 36. (36)ReedSorenson,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 37. (34)David Ragan, Ford, owner points. 38. (33)David Stremme, Chevrolet, attempts. 39. (98)JoshWise,Chevrolet, attempts. 40. (26)ColeWhitt, Toyota,ownerpoints. 41. (66)JoeNemechek, Toyota, attempts. 42. (30)J.J.Yeley,Chevrolet, attempts. 43. (40)LandonCassig, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. Failed toOualify 44. (95)MichaelMcDowel, Ford. 45. (77)DaveBlaney, Ford.
SOCCER MLS MAJORLEAGUESOCCER AH TimesPDT
W S porting KansasCity 3 1 Columbus 3 NewYork 2 TorontoFC 3 D.C.United 2 NewEngland 2 Philadelphia 1 Houston 2 Chicago 0 Montreal 0 WesternConference W FC Dallas 5 Seattle 4 RealSaltLake 3 Colorado 3 Vancouver 2 Los Angele s 2 ChivasUSA 1 Portland 0 SanJose 0
L T 2 1 2 2 4 3 0 2 2 3 2 2 5 4 1 1 6 4 3
P l sGF GA 11 9 4 11 9 6 10 12 11 9 6 7 8 6 7 8 5 9 8 9 10 7 7 12 6 10 11 3 6 14
P lsGF GA
1 1 16 17 10 2 1 13 14 11 0 4 13 11 6 1 2 11 8 5 2 3 9 10 8 1 2 8 7 4 3 3 6 8 13 3 4 4 8 12 2 3 3 5 7
Today'sGames PhiladelphiaatMontreal,1 p.m. ColoradoatSeattle FC,1 p.m. FC DallasatD.C.United, 4p.m. NewYorkatColumbus, 4:30p.m. SportingKansasCity atNewEngland,4:30 p.m. Vancouverat Real Salt Lake,6:30 p.m. ChivasUSAat SanJose, 7:30p.m.
Sunday'sGame Portlandat Houston, noon
BASEBALL College Pac-12Standings AH TimesPDT Washington OregonState Oregon UCLA ArizonaState USC WashingtonState Stanford California Arizona Uiah
Corderence Overall 14-5 12-4 10-6 9-7 10-9 9-9 8-8 7-8 5-9 6-12 3-16
27-10 29-8 31-11 22-17 20-17 20-17 18-20 18-16 16-19 17-23 13-25
Utah12,Nevada0 WashingtonState6,Washington 4 OregonState3, Dregon1 USC3,UCLA2 Arizona State2, Arizona1
NevadaatUtah,noon CaliforniaatStanford,2 p.m. USCatUCLA,2p.m. WashingtonStateatWashington, 7:30p.m. OregonatOregonState, 7:30p.m. WashingtonStateatWashington, 2p.m. CaliforniaatStanford,2 p.m. ArizonaStateatArizona,4:30 p.m.
NevadaatUtah,11 a.m. OregonatOregonState,1 p.m. WashingtonStateatWashington, 2p.m. CaliforniaatStanford,2 p.m. Anzona StateatAnzona,4:30p.m.
DEALS Transactions BASEBALL
BALTIMOR EDRIOLES—Sent38 MannyMachado
to Frederic(Ca k rolina) forarehabassignment. BOSTON REDSDX— Dptioned38 Brock Holtto Pawtucket(IL). Reinstated38Wil Middlebrooksfrom the15-dayDL.
CHICAGO WHITE SDX — Claimed RHPHector Noesi offwaivers fromTexas. HOUSTONASTRDS — PlacedRHP MattAlbers on the15-dayDL.Recalled RHPJoseCisnero from Oklahoma City (PCL). OAKLANDATHLETICS— SentSSJakeElmoreto Sacramento (PCL)forarehabassignment. SEATTLE MARINERS— RecalledLHPLucasLuet-
ge from Tacoma(PCL). TEXASRANGERS— Placed38KevinKouzmanoff on the15-dayDL,retroactivetoWednesday.Reinstated 38AdrianBeltre fromthe15-day DL. National League COLORADOROCKIES— SentRHPJhoulysChacin toColoradoSprings(PCL)forarehabassignment. Agreedto termswith RHPRafael Betancourt onaminor league contract. SANDIEGO PADRES— Placed3BChaseHeadley onthe15-dayDL.Optioned INFTommy Medica to El Paso (PCL). Designated DFAlex Castellanosfor assignment.TransferredRHPJosh Johnson to the 60-dayDL.Selected thecontract of SSJace Peterson from San Antonio (TL)andRHPKevin Quackenbush from El Paso. FOOTBAL L National Football League NFL —Announced the resignation of senior vice presidentofeventsFrankSupovitz. BUFFALO BILLS— Exercisedtheir fifth-yearoption onDTMarcell Dareus. CAROLINA PANTHERS—Exercisedtheir fifth-year option onQBCamNewton. CLEVELANDBRDWNS — Named Dr.JamilNorthcutt directorofplayerengagement. GREEN BAYPACKERS—Announcedthe resignation ofassistantoffensiveline coachJoel Hilgenberg. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague DETROI TREDWINGS— RecalledGJakePaterson from Grand Rapids (AHL). COLLEGE DUKE — Announced QB Brandon Connette is transferring to FresnoState. GEOR GETOWN—NamedMelbaChambers, Sarah JenkinsandDavid White women'sassistant basketball coaches. SACRAMENTOSTATE— Announcedtheresignation of footbalcoach l Marshall Sperbeck.Promoted defensivecoordinator JodySears to interim head coach. TENNESSEE — Releasedmen' sbasketballincoming freshman FPhil Cofer fromhis letter-of-intent. VIRGINIA —AnnouncedTEJake McGee wil transfer.
FISH COUNT Upstream daily movement of adult chinook,jack chinook, steelhead andwild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiver damslast updatedonThursday. Chnk Jchnk StlhdWsff hd Bonneville 4057 47 36 4 The Daffes 2,266 22 8 2 John Day 1,481 17 7 1 McNary 18 6 1 9 6 Upstream year-to-date movement ofadult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadand wild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedonThursday. Chnk Jchnk StlhdWsff hd Bonneville 29,626 19 5 3 ,597 1,122 T he Daffes 12,427 101 3 0 5 12 7 John Day 7,469 1 0 0 2 ,714 1,070 McNary 2,287 32 460 292
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014 • THE BULLETIN
OR LEAGUE BASEBALL Cotts pitched to 5batters inthe8th. HBP—by Cotts (Hart), by RossJr. (Zunino, Smoak,
eatandings All TimesPDT
Almonte), by Rodney(Jo.Wilson). WP—Ogando, Elias,Leone.PB—Arencibia. T—2:55. A—31,145(47,476).
NewYork Baltimore Toronto Boston TampaBay Detroit
Chicago Kansas City Minnesota Cleveland Oakland
Texas Los Angeles Seattle Houston
East Division W L 13 1(i 11 11 11 12 11 13 10 13
Central Division W L 12 8 12 11 11 11
12 11 11 12
West Division W L 15 8 14 9
Pct GB .565 .500 1'/r .478 2 .458 2'/r .435 3 Pct GB .600 .500 2 .500 2 .500 2 478 2r/r
Pct GB .652 .609 1
11 11 .500 3'/2 9 13 409 51/2 7 1 7 .292 8'/r
Friday's Games Kansas City5, Baltimore0 L.A. Angels13,N.Y.Yankees1 Boston 8, Toronto1 Detroit10, Minnesota 6 Oakland 12,Houston5 Chicag oWhiteSox9,TampaBay6 Seattle 6, Texas5 SanFrancisco5, Cleveland1
Today'sGam es L.A. Angels(H.Santiago 0-3) at N.Y.Yankees (Nuno 0-0),10:05a.m. Boston (Buchholz 0-2)atToronto(Morrow1-1),10:07 a.m. Detroit (A.Sanchez 0-2) at Minnesota(PHughes1-1), 11:10a.m.
Cleveland(McAllister 3-0) atSanFrancisco (Lincecum1-1),1:05p.m. Kansas City (Guthrie 2-1) at Baltimore(W.chen3-1), 1:05 p.m. Oakland (Straily 1-1)at Houston(Keuchel 2-1), 1:10 p.m. Tampa Bay(C.Ramos0-1)at ChicagoWhite Sox(Joh. Danks2-0), 1:10p.m. Texas(Lewis 1-1)at Seatle (F.Hernandez3-1), 6:10 p.m. Bunday'sGames Bostonat Toronto, 10:07a.m. KansasCityatBaltimore,10:35 a.m. Detroit atMinnesota,11:10a.m. OaklandatHouston, 11:10a.m.
Tampa Bayat ChicagoWhite Sox,11:10a.m. Cleveland atSanFrancisco,1:05 p.m. Texas at Seatle,1:10 p.m. L.A. Angelat s N.Y. Yankees,5:05p.m. Monday'sGames Oaklan datTexas,5:05p.m. TampaBayatChicagoWhiteSox,5:10p.m. Cleve landatL.A.Angels,7:05p.m. NATIONALLEAGUE
W L 15 7 13 10 13 11 11 12 10 13
Atlanta NewYork Washington Philadelphia Miami
Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago
SanFrancisco Colorado Los Angeles SanDiego Arizona
Central Division W L 17 13 11 9 7
6 11 12 15 15
13 13 11 8
11 11 13 18
West Division W L 13 1(i
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Washington11,SanDiego1 N.Y.Mets4, Miami3 Atlanta 5, Cincinnati4 Milwa ukee5,ChicagoCubs2 St. Louis1,Pittsburgh0 Arizona 5,Philadelphia 4 Colorado 5, LA. Dodgers4,11 innings SanFrancisco5, Cleveland1
Today'sGam es SanDiego(Cashner2-2) atWashington(Roark1-0), 10:05a.m. Cleveland(McAllister 3-0) at SanFrancisco (Lincecum1-1),1:05p.m. Pittsburgh (Liriano 0-3)at St.Louis (Lyons0-1),1:05 p.m. ChicagoCubs(TWood 1-2) at Milwaukee(Estrada 1-1),4:10p.m. Cincinnati(Leake2-1) atAtlanta (Hale0-0),410 pm. Miami (Slowey 0-0) at N.Y.Mets(Meia 3-0), 4:10 p.m. Philadelphia(CI.Lee3-2) at Arizona(Arroyo 1-2), 5;10 p.m. Colorado (Nicasio 2-0)at L.A.Dodgers(Maholm0-2), 6:10 p.m. Bunday'sGames Miami atN.Y.Mets,10:10 a.m. Cincinnatiat Atlanta,10:35a.m. San Diego atWashington,10:35 a.m.
Chicago Cubsat Milwaukee,11:10a.m. PittsburghatSt. Louis,11:15a.m. Cleveland atSanFrancisco,1:05 p.m. Colorado at L.A.Dodgers,1:10 p.m. Philadelphia atArizona,1:10 p.m. Monday'sGames Chicago CubsatCincinnati,4:10 p.m. Milwaukee atSt.Louis, 5:15p.m. ColoradoatArizona, 6:40p.m. SanDiegoatSanFrancisco, 7:15p.m.
Mariners 6, Rangers 5 Texas
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NEW YORK — Albert Pujols hit one of Los Angeles' four home Tigers10, Twins 6 runs, C.J. Wilson kept NewYork incheckagainandtheAngels MINNEAPOLIS — Nick Castellaroughed up the roadweary Yankees. Pujols hit homer No.501 and nos homered anddrove in three runs, and Torii Hunter hadtwo lan Stewart had atwo-run shot off doubles and two RBls to leadDeHiroki Kuroda (2-2) for the majors' troit to a victory over Minnesota. top slugging squad. Rick Porcello (3-1) gave upfour runs and six hits with four strikeLos Angeles New York ab r hbi ab r hbi outs in five innings for the Tigers, Shucklf 5 0 0 1 Ellsurycf 3 0 0 0 open with Troutcf 4 0 0 0 JMrphyph-c 2 0 1 0 who broke the game B oeschph-rf 1 0 0 0 Jeterss 2 1 1 0 seven runs in the third. Rajai Davis Pulols1b 4 1 2 1 KJhnsnph-3b1 0 0 0 had three hits to raise his average JMcDnl3b 1 0 0 0 Beltranrf 4 0 1 0
HBP —byWagner (Middlebrooks). T—2:57. A—29,411(49,282).
Rockies 5, Dodgers 4(11 inns.) LOS ANGELES — Charlie Blackmon hitan RBI single in the11th
inning and Colorado got home runs from TroyTulowitzki and Corey Dickerson to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers. AdamOttavino took over in the eighth for Rockies starter Jordan Lyles as asteady drizzle sent many in the crowd of 44,866 for cover. Ottavino retired the side in order before Boone Logan struck out his first two batters in the ninth — including Matt Kemp,who wasejected by umpire Angel Hernandezfor arguing a called third strike.
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Cardinals 1, Pirates 0 ST. LOUIS —Shelby Miller finally solved Pittsburgh, pitching 5/s scoreless innings to leadSt. Louis to a win over Pittsburgh. Miller (2-2) entered the gamewith an 0-5 record and a5.93 ERAagainst the Pirates. Heallowed just three hits and four walks while striking out four. Pittsburgh Bt. Louis ab r hbi ab r hbi Tabatalf 4 0 2 0 Mcrpnt3b 4 1 1 0 M orrisp 0 0 0 0 Jaycf-rf 2 0 0 0 N Walkr2b 3 0 0 0 Hollidylf 3 0 3 1 AMcctcf 3 0 1 0 MAdms1b 4 0 1 0 PAlvrz3b 3 0 0 0 YMolinc 4 0 1 0 R Martnc 3 0 0 0 Craigrf 4 0 0 0 CStwrtc 1 0 0 0 Rosnthlp 0 0 0 0 I.Davis1b 3 0 0 0 JhPerltss 4 0 2 0 Sniderrf 2 0 0 0 Wong2b 4 0 0 0 JHrrsnph-rf 2 0 0 0 SMigerp 1 0 0 0 Barmesss 2 0 0 0 Neshekp 0 0 0 0 GSnchzph 1 0 0 0 Roinsnph 1 0 0 0 Colep 1 0 1 0 Siegristp 0 0 0 0 Marteph-If 0 0 0 0 CMrtnzp 0 0 0 0 Bourioscf 0 0 0 0 Totals 2 8 0 4 0 Totals 3 11 8 1 P iNsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 — 0 Bt. Louis 100 000 Ogx — 1 E—P.Alvarez(4). DP—Pittsburgh1, St. Louis2. LOB —Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis10. 28—A.Mccutchen
NEW YORK — Slumping Curtis Granderson grounded anRBI single to cap animprobable tworun rally with two outs in the ninth inning, sending the NewYork Mets past Miami. After Jarrod Saltalamacchia andGarrett Jones hit back-to-back home runs in the eighth that put the Marlins ahead 3-2, the Mets stung Marlins closer Steve Cishek.
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BALTIMORE — Yordano Ventura scattered sevenhits over eight innings as KansasCity cruised to Oakland Houston ab r hbi ab r hbi a victory over Baltimore, which Crispcf 5 0 0 1 Altuve2b 5 1 3 1 Jasoc 2 0 0 1 Fowlercf 4 0 1 0 played the latter part of the game DNorrsph-c 2 1 2 1 Jcastroc 4 0 1 1 without injured slugger Chris Lowriess 5 0 2 2 Springrrf 4 0 1 0 Davis. Davis left in the fifth inning Dnldsn3b 4 1 1 2 Krauss1b 3 0 0 0 Mosslf 4 1 2 0 Guzmnph-1b 2 0 0 0 with a left oblique strain. The Callaspdh 3 2 1 0 Presleylf 3 1 1 0 severity of the injury was not imReddckrf 3 1 1 1 Hoesph-If 1 0 0 0 mediately known. Gentryph-rf 3 1 1 0 Carterdh 4 1 2 0 bases.
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scoreless innings asWashington defeated SanDiego. Harper drove in a run with an infield single in the PHOENIX — Josh Collmenter and had abases-loaded triple threw six scoreless innings, Aaron first in the third. Hill drove in three runs with a homer and double andArizona Ban Diego Washington ab r hbi ab r hbi held on to win its season-best Ecarerss 5 0 3 0 Spancf 5 2 1 0 third in a row, over Philadelphia. Denorfirf 4 0 1 0 Rendon 3b 5 2 4 2 A lonso 1b 4 0 0 0 Werth rf 5 1 1 0 Collmenter (1-2), in his third start 2b 4 1 1 0 LaRoch 1b 2 2 1 1 since replacing Randall Delgado in Gyorko Venalcf e 2 0 1 0 TMoorepr-1b 1 0 1 0 the rotation, allowed four hits and Qcknsh p 0 0 0 0 Dsmnd ss 5 2 3 2 Rivera ph 1 0 1 0 Harperlf 2 1 2 4 struck out five. Roach p 0 0 0 0 McLothlf 2 0 1 0
Diamondbacks 5, Phillies 4
SAN FRANCISCO — Michael
Morse homered to backanother stellar outing by TimHudson, and San Francisco beat Cleveland. Hunter Pencehadtwo hits and two RBls while BrandonCrawford also knocked in a run to help the Giants win in their first interleague game of the seasonafter going just 6-14 against the American League in 2013.
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Tampa Bay.EvanLongoria's tworun homer in the top of the ninth putTampa Bayahead6-4,butthe White Sox weren't done. Abreu's drive off closer Grant Balfour (0-1) won it after Chicago pitchers combined for11 walks. TampaBay Chicago ab r hbi ab r hbi
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two hits and two RBls asBoston bounced back from anerror-filled loss to the Yankees onThursday. The RedSoxheld a pregame meeting after making five errors in their 14-5 homedefeat against New York. Boston
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Brewers 5, Cubs2 MILWAUKEE — Matt Garza pitched sevenstrong innings and Lyle Overbay hit his first homer with Milwaukee asthe Brewers defeated the ChicagoCubs.Carlos Gomez andRyanBraun each had three hits and astolen base for the Brewers, who have aMajor League best17-6 record. Chicago
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Bernadina andwalked ZackCozart to open the ninth. Kimbrel struck out Brayan Penaand Chris Heisey before earning his seventh saveon Joey Votto's groundout.
ThroughFriday's Games AMERICANLEAGUE
BATTING —Viciedo,Chicago,.370; Joyce,Tampa Bay, .364;AIRamirez, Chicago, .358; Wieters,Baltimore,.357;RD avis, Detroit,.354; Mecabrera,Toronto, .346;Rios,Texas,.330. RUNS—Dozi er ,Minnesota,23;Donaldson,Oakland,19;Mauer, Minnesota, 19;JAbreu,Chicago, 18; Bautista,Toronto,18; Plouffe,Minnesota, 18; Eaton, Chicago,17;Lowrie,Oakland, 17; Puiols, LosAngeles,17;Trout, LosAngeles,17. RBIWAbreu, Chicago,27; Colabello, Minne-
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Wetzler sets recordfor wins inOSUvictory over Oregon Bulletin staff report CORVALLIS — Oregon State University senior left-hander Ben Wet-
series. Wetzler (7-1) allowed one run and
bases loaded in the ninth and got the Oregon State (12-4 Pac-12, 29-8 final two outs to preserve Wetzler's five hits over 8'/s innings to record his overall) scored single runs in the first, milestone win with his third save of 31st career victory. He had shared the fifth and sixth innings and reliever the season. record with Ken Noble, who won 30 Scott Schultz stymied an Oregon The Beavers assumed first place Stadium.
zlersetthe school record for career wins Friday night as the Beavers edged the University of Oregon 3-1 games between 1975and 1978.Wet- (10-6, 31-11) comeback iytthe ninth in in the Pac-12 title race by .014 perat Goss Stadium in the opener of zler struck out seven and walked one OSU's third straight conference win. centage points over Washington their Pac-12 Conference Civil War to improve to 16-2 all-time at Goss Schultz came on with one out and the (14-5 Pac-12), which fell 6-4 to
Washington State in Seattle on Fri-
day. OSU's winning percentage is .750; Washington's dropped to .736. OSU also won its seventh consecutive home conference game against the Ducks.
The series resumes today at 7:35 p.m.
TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
Storm top field at IMCpreview Bulletin staff report PREP ROUNDUP REDMOND — Three golfers placed in the top five on Friday, helping Sum- on the season, while Crook County fell mit top the nine-team standings of the
to 4-10. through 5 /s innings kept the host
43-golfer field with a 3-over-par 75 for Hawks in the game, but Cottage Grove the Storm, who posted a team score of overcame a 2-1 deficit in the final two 312 to edge second-place Bend High by inningsto daimthe Sky-EmLeaguedetwo strokes. Declan Watts took fourth cision. The game was originally schedwith a 77 for Summit, and Alex Bowlin tied for fifth with a 79.
uled to be played at Cottage Grove but
was moved to La Pine because of poor Matt Hedges of Ashland, which did weather conditions in Cottage Grove. not finish with a team score, claimed Keagan Morton's first-inning double medalist honors with a 1-over 73. was one of three hits for the Hawks (0-8 Cardinga 74andplacingsecond over- Sky-Em, 1-17 overall), who left the basall was Bend's Ryan DeCastilhos, while es loaded in the first and fourth innings Jack Klar and Max McGee each tied and left a total of nine runners on base. for fifth with a 79 for the Lava Bears. Regis 7, Culver 1: STAYTON — A Ridgeview, which was third with a 344,
five-run third inning allowed the host
was led by James Seeley's 79, and Jacob Rams to break a scoreless tie and send Kinzer posted an 80to tie for 10th. Regis to a Class 2A/IA Special District Mason Krieger also recorded an 80 2 victory. Joe Daugherty was 2 for 4 for to lead Mountain View, with tied for Culver (7-3 SD2, 9-6 overall), Clay Mcfourth with a 347, while Mayson Tibbs' Clure was 1 for 2 with two walks and 79 helped Crook County to a sixthplace finish as a team with a 348. Red-
an RBI, but the Bulldogs stranded 10
mond finished with a 387 to take sev-
enth after Trent Meyer's 89, and Nolan
Continued from C1 Houston is 0-7 overall when falling behind 0-2 in the first round
since the 1983-84 expansion. Game 4 is scheduled for Sunday at the Moda Center.
IMC District Preview boys golf tournaCottage Grove 5, La Pine 2: LA PINE ment at Juniper Golf Club. — Tucker Allen's three-hit pitching Cole Chrisman placed third in the
runners on base en route to the loss. Ridgeview 7, Bend 3: Freshman Alex
Ferwalt logged a 102 to pace Sisters, Spencer hita three-run home run for which was eighth with a 522. the Ravens, who completed their threeIn other Friday action: game Intermountain Hybrid sweep of GIRLS GOLF the Lava Bears on the road. (10-3 overSummit fares well among 6A best: all) and Zoe Lash went 3 for 4 with two Despite falling snow at the start of play RBIs to lead the Ridgeview (10-3), and as well as a two-hour delay because of Shawna Marshall added a 4-for-4 perhail, the Storm finished with a team formance that included three doubles. scoreof329 to place second attheTetherow Invitational at Tetherow Golf Club.
Rachel Collins earned the win for the
season's Class 6A state champion, by 15 strokes but fell short of West Linn, the
runners on base. Alexis Hill-Gruen-
Sarah Heinly was sixth with an 82, and
PRINEVILLE — Jena Ovens went 3 for 4 with a solo homer and Emily Benton
The Blazers hadn't opened a playoff series 2-0 since 1977, when they got the early jump on the Lakers en route to the Western Conference title. Portland went on to
beat Philadelphia for its lone NBA championship.
Houston coach Kevin McHale,
who acknowledged before the game that his team was frustrated, tinkered with the lineup and start-
ed Asik in place of Terrence Jones. Asik did a good job in keeping Aldridge out of the paint and the
Rockets responded by coming out with intensity. Patrick B e v erley's 3 - p ointer
gave the Rockets and early 19-13 lead before Harden finished off the first quarter with a 3-pointer
to put Houston up 35-24. Harden and Beverley each finished the first quarter with 11 points.
Don Ryan/The Associated Press
Houston center Dwight Howard, left, and Portland forward Dorell Wright collide during the first half of Game 3 of Friday night's first-round playoff series in Portland.
Harden was the league's top shooting guard in the regular sea- 54 edge. son, but he was 14 of 47 from the Harden and Chandler Parsons field in his opening two playoff made consecutive 3-pointers to games for his worst two-game give the Rockets a 71-65 lead midstretch of the season. way through the third period. But Lillard's 3-pointer tied it at 38, Portland — bolstered by a raucous but Mo Williams and Robin Lopez each hit baskets to put Portland in
ets a 100-91 lead with 6:21 left, but
Lilliard made free throws that closed Portland to within 103-98
before a falling-down jumper and a foul shot to make it 103-101 with 4:05 left.
Lillard scored on a layup to put lead in single digits until Harden's Portland in f r on t 107-106 with hometown crowd — kept Houston's
front and cap a 16-point run. Lil-
3-pointer made it 90-80 with 10:18
lard led all scorers with 16 points at the half and the Blazers had a 55-
to go in the game. straight free throws, Batum made Harden's jumper gave the Rock- the 3-pointer to tie it.
1:59 left. After Harden made four
Ravens, scattering 10 hits over seven Summit bested third-place Sheldon, last innings. The Lava Bears (9-6) left 10 berg went 3 for 3 for Bend and Awbrie 6A runner-up in 2013, by the same mar- Elle Kinkade was 2 for 3 with a double gin. Madison Odiorne placed fourth in and an RBI. the 27-golfer field with a 4-over-par 76, Crook County 7, Mountain View 3: Rachel Drgastin tied for eighth with an 84. Bend, which rounded out the six-
team standings with a 418, was led by
earned a complete-game win for the Cowgirls, who improved to 13-3 over-
NBA PLAYOFFS ROUNDUP
Nets take 2-1 series lead over Raptors
Holly Froelich, who took 11th with an 88. West Linn's Katie Fillion claimed medalist honors with a 1-over 73. BASEBALL Summit 14, Redmond 1: REDMOND
all. Ivy Vann went 2 for 4 with a double
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to pace the Cougars (7-8). Cottage Grove 15, La Pine 4: LA
NEW YORK —
— The Storm were held to five hits,
League loss. Madison Fisher led La Pine (0-8 Sky-Em, 6-12 overall), going 3 for 3, while Keara Parrish went 2 for
free throws with 3.1 seconds left P a u l P i erce after the Nets blew almost all of a climbed high for the dunk, Kev- 15-point, fourth-quarter lead. Wilin Garnett went to the floor for a liams added 22 points and eight as-
a chance to tie for Toronto, whose last postseason victory was May 6, 2001, in Game 1 of the East-
3 with a double and an RBI. Micaela Miller and Brenna Carpenter were both 1 for 3 with an RBI.
not the way it was for their last
Regis 21, Culver 0: STAYTON — The Bulldogs gave up six hits, walked five
totally different feeling," guard
ern Conference semifinals at sists for the sixth-seeded Nets, who Philadelphia. host Game 4 on Sunday night. Also on Friday: Pierce had 18 points, and he Bulls 100, Wizards 97: WASHand Garnett provided the game's INGTON Mike D u n leavy signature plays late in the sec- scored 35 points, one shy of his ond quarter, a reminder that the career-high, Jimmy Butler hit a goNets brought the veterans here ahead 3-pointerwith 24 seconds as much for their bravado as their remaining,and Chicago hung on
Deron Williams said. "I think we're
3 with a double for Redmond (1-2, 9-8). batters and hit two more in the first Tyler Mullen was 2 for 5 with an RBI to inning, allowing the Rams to send 19
poised to make a run." Joe Johnson scored 29 points,
lead the Storm, while Troy Viola went 1 for 5 with two RBIs.
Pierce and G arnett b r ought a
but nine errors by the Panthers (2-5
IMC, 7-9 overall) led to a six-inning Intermountain Conference victory for Summit. Colby Scott was credited with the win for the Storm (2-4 IMC,
7-7 overall), striking out nine, allowing just four hits. Hayden Smith was 3 for
PINE — The Hawks had eight hits on the day, but 12 errors led to a Sky-Em
hitters to the plate and post 14 runs in the inning en route to the Class 2A/IA
Mountain View 12, Crook County 1: Special District 3 win. Marie SchumThe Cougars completed a three-game acher doubled for Culver (3-5 SD3, 3-14 Intermountain Hybrid sweep of the overall), and Jasmin Martinez logged Cowboys with a five-inning home vic- the Bulldogs' other hit in the five-intory. Mountain View improved to 5-9 ning loss.
Class 5A IntermountainConterence Summit 250 016 — 14 5 1 Redmond 100 000 — 1 4 10 Class 4A Sky-EmLeague C. Grove 000 013 1 — 5 3 1 La Pine 000 020 0 — 2 3 5
Class 2A/IA Special District 2 Culver 000 000 r — 1 6 1 Regis 005 002 x — 7 9 2
Softball Class 5A IntermountainConference Redmond 244 010 0 — 119 1 Summit 300 412 0 — 109 4 IntermountainHybrid
Ridgeview002 050 0 — 7 131 Bend 000 011 1 — 3 10 1
IntermountainHybrid M.view 000 201 0 — 3 5 1 C.County 104 101 x — 7 6 2 Class 4A Sky-EmLeague (5 innings)
C. Grove 292 20 — 15 15 2 La Pine 000 31 — 4 8 12
Continued from C1 While L awson's reaction to the weather was different
from most, the mood at Aspen Lakes was still decidedly upbeat for much of the 308-player field in the Central Oregon Shootout.
A two-person team golf event co-hosted by Aspen Lakes, Black B utte R anch
and Eagle Crest Resort, the Shootout has a unique format starting w it h
a tw o - player
scramble, followed by a bestball round today. The tournament will conclude with a
Chapman round on Sunday. However, it is played at a time of year when Central Or-
egon'sweather can seemingly change by the minute. Friday was one of
Mountain View347, CrookCounty 348, Redmond387,Sisters522,AshlandINC. Medalist — MattHedges, Ashland, 73. Summit (312) — Cole Chrisman 75, Declan Watts 77,Alex Bowlin 79,Jack Loterg81,MaxMiglin 83. Bend I314) — RyanDeCastilhos 74, JackKlar79,MaxMcGee79,ChapinPedersen82,SamNielsen84.
Ridgeview (344) — JamesSeeley
79,JacobKinzer80,AlexGoshoff92,Luke Buerger93,Johnny Spinelli104. Mountain View (347) — Mason Class 2AflA Krieger80, BryceAnderson 86, Stephen Special District 3 Smallenberg90, SethChilcutt 91, Taylor (5 innings) Smith rt Culver 0 00 0 0 — 0 23 CrookCountyI348)— MaysonTibbs Regis (14)32 2x — 21 12 0 79, CabeGoehring 85, KodyKuk91, Josh Christian93,TomHarvey108. Redmond I387) — TrentMeyer89, Boys golf BrenonThornton96,JordanChristiansen IMC District Preview 97, Jason Sumerlin 105, SonnySmith Juniper Golf Club 106. Par 72 Sisters (522) — NolanFerwalt 102, Team scores — Summi312, t Bend DevinRobilard136,KadeOwen140, Jon314, Ridgeview 344, Eagle Point 347, athanGurney144.
t h ose
days. But v e t erans of t he Shootout, which is in its 12th
year, have come to expect such conditions. "I thought maybe with the
lovely spring everybody had everywhere that this would be the best weather yet, but it was
The Nets brought the two cham-
pions here so it would be like this, home playoff game. "This is a totally different team,
charge to their first playoff game in Brooklyn, and the Nets held off the Toronto Raptors 102-98 on Fri-
day night for a 2-1 lead in the firstround series.
Johnson made the clinching
But all that experience almost
for a win over Washington, trimming the deficit to 2-1 in their East-
didn't matter after the Nets made
ern Conference first-round series.
a series of mistakes down the stretch.
Dunleavy went 12 for 19 from the
D eMar D eRozan s cored
field, including a career-high eight 3-pointers on 10 attempts, for the
points for the Raptors, who have Bulls, who are attempting to belost 13 straight road playoff games. come only the fourth NBA team to Patrick Patterson added 17 points win a seven-game series after losbut missed two free throws with
ing the first two at home.
PREP SCOREBOARD Baseball
loose ball, and Brooklyn suddenly looked and sounded like Boston.
Blackhawksneedovertime to get past Blues "Just got going as fast as I could. Take advantage of a chance." caught the St. Louis Blues' defense Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawnapping after the Chicago Black- ford stopped a shot by David Backhawks got a lucky carom. es, defenseman Duncan Keith Just like that, the puck was in the cleared the puck and the rebound net and the defending Stanley Cup deflected off Andrew Shaw's shin champions were in command of pad all the way to the Chicago capthe first-round series. tain alone at center ice off a change. The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS — Jonathan Toews
"I wasn't even sure where their
Matt Read and Jakub Voracek
scored and Philadelphia beat New York to tie the first-round matchup 2-2. Ducks 6, Stars 2: ANAHEIM,
Calif. — Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and two assists in his return from
D-men were," Toews said after en in futile pursuit and threw a few scoring at 7:36 of overtime to give fakes at goalie Ryan Miller before the Blackhawks a 3-2 victory Frislipping a backhander into the net. day night and a 3-2 series lead. Also on Friday:
injury, and Anaheim scored four power-play goals in a victory over
And while most who live in
upbeat. Besides, Speckman the Northwest might take bad added, he has seen worse golf weather for granted, not weather at the Shootout. He Lawson. "It was so fun," said Lawson, recalled a time several years ago when the elements played who is semiretired and plans to
not to be," said Donelle Nie- havoc with the tournament. "We came over on a Thursman, a 62-year-old from Brush Prairie, Wash., playing in her day and we were scheduled to sixth Shootout. "It was still a play at Black Butte, they had a good time had by all." foot of snow on the ground,"
shots in his first start of the series,
Toews sped in with two defensem-
With such a positive expe- Speckman said. "Everybody rience,Nieman and partner puts up with (the weather) Linda Triemstra, a 54-year-old because the tournament orfrom Vancouver, Wash., must ganizers are u nbelievably have played well. h ospitable and th e f ood i s "No," the teammates replied outstanding. "I just can't say enough in unison — and then broke out laughing. about how well it is run and So if the weather is lousy, the camaraderie you get." and the caliber of golf being Nobody, though, seemed to played is not much better, be having as good a time as what gives? Lawson. Steve Speckman, a 59-yearS he spent much o f h e r old from Salem, said it comes post-round time giggling and down to how the tournament showing off a snowy video of is run. the day on her smartphone. "This is the best darn tour"Just her face, you looked nament going," said Speck- like a little kid," said Finseth, man, whois inhis 10thyear at who b e f r iended L a w s on the Shootout, as hail pelts the years ago when she too lived clubs he was loading into his in Hawaii. "You were like, 'It's snowing! It's snowing!' cal. Playing with his teammate Meanwhile, the rest of us are and friend, 58-year-old Salem donned in our rain gear and resident Bill Pickett, Speck- our coats and jackets." man worked his way near the The novelty for Lawson is lead of the tournament's third obvious. She said she had not flight. seen snow "in years." So the two were expectedly
Flyers 2, Rangers1: PHILADELPHIA — Steve Mason stopped 37
spend the next six months trav-
eling the mainland in a motor home. "I really enjoyed it." — Reporter: 541-617-7868, email@example.com.
Dallas to take a 3-2 lead in their
Martin maintains Zurich lead thing," Martin said. "And
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The third-ranked Lewis had a
one-stroke lead over 17-yearold playing partner Lydia Ko can't expect to shoot 62 ev- and first-round leader Karine ery day." Icher. Ko had a 71, and Icher should be the same every S voboda followed h i s followed her opening 66 with time he walked off a green, opening 64 with a 68. a 73. whether he made birdie or Robert Streb (66) and Levy shoots 62 to take lead double bogey. Sueng-Yul Noh (68) were in China: SHENZHEN, China That might explain why tied for third at 11 under. France's Alexander Levy Martin seemed so calm Erik Compton also shot a 68 shot a career-best 10-under 62 when his game briefly un- and was at 10 under, a score to open a four-shot lead after raveled Friday in the mid- that keeps the two-time the second round of the Chidle of the second round of heart t r ansplant r ecipient na Open. Levy had a 14-under the Zurich Classic, and why in contention for his maid- 130 total at Genzon Golf Club. he righted himself quickly en PGA Tour triumph. Tied Spain's Adrian Otaegui was enough to post the best two- with Compton for fifth was second after a 66. AVONDALE, La. — When
Ben Martin played junior golf, his father, Jim, would tell him that his demeanor
r ound score ever at
Louisiana. M artin, w h o sh o t a course-record 62 on Thurs-
day, shook off his first bogey and double bogey of the tournament to finish with a 67
on Friday, putting him at 15 under — three shots ahead
of closest pursuer Andrew Svoboda. "That's my personality in general. Sometimes my wife gets mad at me becauseI don't get excited about any-
then I don't get down too much, either. That's golf. You
Peter Hanson, who shot 69,
four shots off the pace of his strong opening round. Keegan Bradley (66), Jeff Overton (68) and Charley Hoffman (67) were 9 under. Also on Friday: Lewis tops field at Swinging Skirts: DALY CITY, Calif. — Stacy Lewis overcame
rain and hail to take the second-round lead in the Swinging Skirts L PGA
C l assic,
shooting her second straight 3-under 69 at Lake Merced.
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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
BRIEFING Starbucks coming to Sunriver Starbucks Coffee Co. is coming to Sunriver Resort. Starbucks will move into a space inSunriver Village now occupied by the Bellatazza coffee shop at the end of the year, according to the resort. The Bellatazza lease hasexpired but the shop will remain through the endof summer, according to a news release Friday. "We haveenjoyed an excellent working relationship with Bellatazza over the past several years; however, webelieve that in our ongoing efforts to improve our business model andaccentuate our brand, the opportunity to partner with Starbucks is very exciting and will have a positive impact on our overall business," Tom O'Shea, managing director of Sunriver Resort, was quoted.
MicrosoA's cloud push pays off SEATTLE— Microsoft's push into cloud computing, which is accelerating undernew Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella, is paying off.
Net income inthe fiscal third quarter was $5.66 billion, or 68cents a share, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft said Thursday in astatement. That toppedthe average analyst estimate of 63 cents, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Saleswere $20.4 billion, matching projections. Nadella, who took the helm two months
ago, is leading ashift to focus on selling devices and software delivered over the Internet, both for Microsoft's own Windows operating system and rival programs. Rising salesof Web-based tools, such as Office software and Azure cloud services, are helping the largest software makergrapplewith shrinking personal-computer demandanda failure to gain ground in tablets and phones. "All the cloud stuff is
starting to actually materialize," said SidParakh, an anal ystatMcAdams Wright Ragen inSeattle, who suggests holding the shares. "There's tangible evidence ofprogress on that front, and that's encouraging." — Staffand wire reports
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Kate Miller, of Kate Miller Design, haswon a2014 American Web Design Award for a website designed for Greg Congleton, alocal sculptor. Jim Mauiotti, Miller p r incipal managing broker and franchise ownerof EXIT Realty Bend,has Mazziotti earned the Military Relocation Professional Certification. Travis Thornton Thornton has joined PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. as senior hydrogeologist and operations manager. Thornton has 26years of experience in geology and hydrology, specifically in surface water and groundwater supply studies, contamination, monitoring and remediation.
oo in ourisminrura re on By Rachael Rees
for studio participants to discuss their successes and fail-
WARM SPRINGS — With-
out Travel Oregon's Rural Tourism Studio program, Crook County Commissioner Seth Crawford said his county would not be spearheading its effort to boost cycling tourism. Travel Oregon has reached about 1,000 people through its Rural Tourism and Bicycle Tourism Studios, a statewide
ing in the state reached a
the communities of Madras,
record high of $9.6 billion in 2013, which supports nearly
Prineville, Terrebonne and the Warm Springs Indian
94,000 jobs statewide, said Todd Davidson, CEO of Trav-
Reservation joined to brand
Country in hopes of attracting more tourists. And under
But many rural communities haven't benefited from
resentatives from the tourism
local economies. "It's not only developing
Kristin Dahl of Travel Or-
egon said the goal of the studios is to create experiences for visitors that will also help
Kah-Nee-Ta Resort during the first statewide gathering
Crawford said the next
visitor: tour companies, ures ranging from new events bike shops, restaurants, to the development of trail (bed-and-breakfasts)." networks and agritourism. Through the rural tourism Travel and tourism spend- studio held in March 2013,
initiative begun in 2009 to connect community leaders and developnew marketing ideas and tourism programs. And on Friday, about 70 repindustry came together at
that can then serve the
the infrastructure of the
trails, but the businesses
step is to increase the miles of trails and build kiosks
with maps showing road bike routes throughout River Canyon Country. "If you come and you're biking in Terrebonne ... you're going to look at the kiosk and say, I had no idea there were all these routes in
or Maupin," he said. "So, you're going to end up ...
opportunities for cyclists. "We have multiuse trails, road biking and then trails in the Ochocos for actual mountain biking," he said.
Hotel Group, which owns Brasada Ranch and Eagle
partnerships. "The Well Traveled Fork is headquartered in Bend,
ing about successful partner-
ships.... We're more than just an outdoor mecca, we're also greatproducers ofdelicious food and drink."
Crest, said more visitors to
River Canyon Country means there are more visitors to stay
e a eoveI a
she came to the event to make
try," she said. "I've been inspired by hear-
enjoy those routes." Jack Newkirk, director of experiences for Northview
Traveled Fork, a catering and culinary tour company, said
that's in River Canyon Coun-
coming back another time to
attractions and create more
adventurer for The Well
but really we rely on the surrounding agricultural base
Prineville, Jefferson County
that umbrella, Crawford said they have been working to promote one another, educate business owners about rural
at Brasada. He said he's also interested in developing cycling events at Brasada. Aliza Rosenstein, culinary
— Reporter: 541-617-7818, firstname.lastname@example.org
By Stephanie Strom
New York Times News Service
Dylan DeNeve of Brooklyn dined on homemade baby food of vegetable purees, delicately seasoned with leeks, red peppers, cumin and thyme, prepared by her mother, Alexandra, a lawyer. In Atlanta,
By Jim Puzzanghera Los Angeles Times
Consumer confidence rebounded sharply this month, nearing a postGreat Recession high, as Americans grew more
Wes and Hadley Stewart en-
joyedhomemade mashed-up kale, butternut squash and ancient grains. "I was a big fan of introducing all sorts of tastes, and my rule was to try new things at
least 10 times before I gave
positive about their fi-
nancial situation and outlook for the economy, according to a leading privatebarometer released Friday.
up," said their mother, Morgan,anindependenteducational consultant. "I was deter-
mined to establish good eating
The monthly consumer sentiment index from the
habits early, and now the two
University of Michigan
of them will eat anything." Thanks to mothers like
and Thomson Reuters,
these, sales of commercially
Bryan Thomas/The New YorkTimes
prepared baby food have been steadily falling since 2005.
Meghan Graham feeds her10-month-old son, Maxwell, a Gerber Yogurt Blends at their home in New York on Friday. Millennial parents have abandoned traditional baby food, which has given rise to a
But the baby food industry is
crop of new, trendy companies using hip ingredients and eye-catching packages.
which is watched closely by economists and investors,rose to 84.1 from 80
the previous month. The jump surprised
hardly waving a white diaper. Instead, it is competing head-
economists, who had ex-
on with mom's kitchen. Beech-Nut, one of the oldest
of Beech-Nut Nutrition, said,
names in the business, has just revamped its line of baby food, adding hip ingredients like pomegranate and quinoa. It has redesigned its packaging as well, putting the food in attractive contoured glass jars with clear labels and using a new process that eliminates theascorbicacid andleaves carrots bright orange and beets red. It is promoting the new line with its largest marketing budget in a decade. And last year, Hain Celestial acquired Ella's Kitchen, a maker of premium baby food with ingredients like avocado and blueberries, to add to its Earth's Best organic baby food brand, then created a new global infant, toddlers and kids division. Jeff Boutelle, chief executive
"When I got here a year and a half ago, the common sense was that the category was declining because birthrates
pected a smaller increase to 82.5. The April reading
over the last severalyears. Beech-Nut, which is owned by Hero, comes in third, with
longer and therefore intro-
was close to the 85.1 level
ducingbaby food sometime
reached in July, which
the rest of the market divided
a little later," Askew-Johnson
among new brands with exotic
said. "That may be resulting in fewer eating occasionsbut Gerber offers baby food
was the highest since 2007.
flavors and sexy packaging in pouches. That category is had stabilized," he added, "and gaining market share. "Today, moms are 50 times babies are not getting any thinner." more busy and don't have the "Underlying our problem, cooking skills that women did there was a silent, pernicious when we introduced baby food trend going on that no one was 80 years ago," Boutelle said. "But the category is so bad that really paying much attention to," he said — mothers making they're going to the grocery their own food at home. and spending an afternoon Gerber is the No. 1-selling boiling and cooking and filling baby food in the United States. jarsand sealingthem because But homemade purees like they don't like what's on the those made by Stewart and shelf." DeNeve are second, accountGerber has no plans to ing for about one-third of the revise its lineup, said Wendy baby food consumed, accordAskew-Johnson, head of ing to market research paid corporate affairs at Nestle for by Beech-Nut, a percentage Nutrition in the United States, that has been steadily rising which owns the brand. were down. "But I knewthat birthrates
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne
and toddler food in its wide
portfolio." Food companies measure
sales by dollars and by volume, which in the case of baby food is generally ounces. On a dollar basis, baby food sales are up, according to IRI, a data
Agee, said confidence has rebounded more than economic growth. "Perhaps consumers are no longer using pre-recessionarytimes as
a comparison but rather a new, lowered bar of
and research firm, but that is
expectations, accepting a
largely because new brands like Plum Organics and Ella's
new normal," she said. But Piegza also noted that "rising equity and home prices, coupled
are more expensive, not be-
cause more baby food is being sold. Measured in ounces, sales
ofbaby food have declined more than 4 percent a year on average since 2005, according to IRI.
with the return of warm-
er spring weather, has boosted consumers' spirits and expectations of further economic
Netflix to join tbe lineup of 3 small cable providers By Brian Fung
would otherwise be able to get
The Washington Post
The deal will add Netflix as an app to certain set-top
only on their PCs, tablets and phones, or with a third-party
agreement with three smaller
boxes nationwide on RCN,
cable companies that, for the first time, will let U.S. sub-
scribers watch the streaming
It will give subscribers of those companies the ability
Altogether, the agreement covers as many as 500,000 of the cable firms' existing subscribers — though that figure
to watch Netflix content they
could grow as more custom-
Netflix has reached an
video service's content as though it were an ordinary
and Atlantic Broadband.
ers sign up. To get the service when it launches Monday, a customer must simultaneously sub-
The agreement follows experiments by Netflix with pay-TV providers in Denmark, Sweden and Britain.
scribe to one of the three cable Analysts said the move companies as well as Netflix.
The technologyalso requires a TiVo set-top box provided by the cable companies.
reflects Netflix's broader ambitions to compete with the
likes of cable-only services such as HBO.
BEST OFTHE BIZ CALENDAR SUNDAY • Health Care IT Technician: Preparation to take the CompTIAHIT001 Certification exam; registration requir ed;$449;9 a.m.-4 p.m.;COCC Chandler Building,1027 N.W.Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7270. MONDAY • Build Your Website with Dresmwsaver: Learn to create a website using Dreamweaver; registration required; $89; 9 a.m.noon; COCC Chandler Building, 1027 N.W.Trenton Ave., Bend;
541-383-7270. • Communicating with Color: Learn how color impacts consumer behavior, perceptions and sales to better promote your business and brand; registration required; $89; 6-9 p.m.; Central OregonCommunity College, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-383-7270. TUESDAY • Government Contracting Workshop with GCAP:Free class: simplifying government procurement through the General
Services Administration's (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules Program; registration required; 1-3 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Redmondcampus,2030 S.E.College Loop, Redmond; 541-736-1088 or www.gcap.org. • Turn Website Traffic into Income: Learn about Google analytics to see which pages hinder your site; usetoolsto dig deeper andwhy; registration required; $89; 1-4 p.m.; COCCChandler Building, 1027 N.W. Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7270. • Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop
Support: IT professionals: learn to passthe Microsoft Certification Exam 70-685;registration required; $329; 6-8 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-383-7270. WEDNESDAY • Opportunity Knocks, Best Practices Workshop: Presented by Moe Carrickand Jim Morris of Moementum Inc; $35 for members, $45 for nonmembers;11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; The DoubleTree, 300 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-317-9292.
• Coaching Series for Leaders and Supervisors: Understand the connection between personality and emotional intelligence and practice coaching techniques to improve your overall effectivenessasaleader in this series ofthree interactive workshops; registration required; $195; 3-6 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Madras Campus, 1170 E. Ashwood Road, Madras; 541-383-7270. • For the complete calendar, pick up Sunday's Bulletin or visit bendbulletin. com/bizcal
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Event: Holocaust RememdranceDay Local Jewish communities andother community partners are sponsoring aYom HaShoahceremonyand discussion from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sundayat Central OregonCommunity College's Hitchcock Auditorium. Yom HaShoah isthe Jewish Holocaust RemembranceDay,which remembers the 6million Jews who werekilled during the Holocaust and the Jewish resistance during World War II. The local event is alsoan opportunity to acknowledge anddiscuss that genocides continue to occur in the world today, according to organizers. Sunday's event will include avideo presentation; an address from Jessica Hammerman of COCC'shistory department on responses to the Holocaust; a discussion moderated by Hammermanand Johanna Hershenson, rabbi of Bend'sTemple Beth Tikvah; aceremony; readings; andmore. Rabbi JayShupackof the Jewish Community of Central Oregonand rabbi Yitzchok Feldman of Chabad ofCentral Oregon arealso participating. The event is freeand open to the public.
Nominations for dike/walk award The DeschutesCounty Bicycle andPedestrian Committee seeksnominations for its annual Big Chainring award.The annual prize goes toindividuals, businessesand agencies for improving bicycling andwalking conditions in Deschutes County, encouraging children or adults to walk and ride their bikes and making Deschutes County communities healthier andhappier. Nomination categories include public agency, nonprofit organization, individual, special project, commercial business andadvocacy/ group, as well aslifetime achievement andthe Peter Hansonmemorial awards. The County Bikeand Pedestrian Advisory Committee discusses nominees inMaythen selects winners at its June meeting. The awards will be presented during a Deschutes County Commission business meeting on June 23. Nomination forms are available atwww. deschutes.org/BPAC. Submit nominations and a brief description of thenominee' saccomplishments byMonday to Cynthia Smidt, Deschutes County Planning,117 N.W.Lafayette Ave., Bend, OR 97701 or email@example.com. Contact: www. deschutes.org/BPACor cynthi as@deschutes. Ol'g.
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A NORTHWEST CROSSING COMMUNITY GARDEN
A HOLLINSHEAD COMMUNITY GARDEN
Karin Boone, of Bend, waters one of her twoboxes at the Northwest Crossing community garden in Bend afew years ago.
John Sabo, ofBend,weaves hisway through his crop as he harvestspolebeans a few years ago.
• Several newonesare popping up, and they'rebusypreparing to plant and establishsomecommunity roots
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By Mac McLean The Bulletin
heryl Howard has a rather busy couple of weeks ahead of her. The excitement starts this morning when Howard and a group of volunteers will fill two dozen raised beds at the Franklin's Corner Community Garden in northeast Bend with soil so they
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Long before Howard could even dream of setting a date for her garden's opening day celebration — an
fellow volunteers had to contend with a gas main that was buried right under where she wanted to install
her garden beds and a tall ponderosa pine that threatened to fall on the garden.
Though recently they got some help. Earlier this month, the Central Oregon Intergov-
ernmental Council's Cultivating Local Food Project
She also has to plant fescue around the edges of the garden to keep it from losing water, meet with a the ground. mOur goal is to have these beds ready to Bend Park & Recreation District crew that will install rock and roll by mid-May." a benchatthe garden,and help another maintenance Community garden organizers like Howard start crew put a bike rack on the site. their work long before the last bit of snow melts at this point," said Howard, who has spent more than three years working to get the community garden off
munity Gardens are celebrating today — she and her
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can be planted.
"It's just a little detail work that needs to be done
announced it was giving Franklin's Corner a $2,000 grant to buy the dirt needed to fill its 24 raised beds, provideditsmembers agreed to donate any excess
food they produced to NeighborImpact or another food pantry. The project — a joint effort between COIC and the Meyer Memorial Trust — also gave
grants to five other community gardens in Central sign that it is safe to start planting Central Oregon Oregon, including the following. gardens. SeeGardens/D4 from the top of Black Butte, the traditional local
Y SISTERS COMMUNITY GARDEN
Y NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Members of the community plant flowers andvegetables inside the Sisters Community Garden, where the fenced plots are safe from scavenging deer.
Joanne Johnson picks arugula andother vegetables for the food pantry at Nativity Lutheran Church's Nativity Community Garden last year.
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Prison knitting classclothes the headandthe heart By Michael Livingston II
ed by Zwerling, 69, designed to teach more than two dozen JESSUP, Md. — In a library inmates discipline, empathy, room with bare shelves, Lynn patience and a professional Zwerling dumpedballs of yarn, work ethic through the slow, needles and scissorsontotwo quiet practice of turning balls folding tables and sat down to of yarn into colorful creations
acting rules: To be a member,
The Washington Post
every student must sign an attendance sheet to encourage accountability. Profanity, racial slurs, off-color jokes and nicknames are prohib-
knit with her dass. Anew stu-
they break any of the rules,
fuzz on his chin, temple fade
For the instructors and the students, it's more than just
haircut, gray Department of Corrections sweater. As he sat
another activity to help pris-
acrossfrom his20 classmates,
oners pass away the weeks,
Reggie Della, 55, told himto "pickup someyarn and nee-
months and years. "This isn't about knitting.
dles. Then you can be a knit-
This is resocialization," said
ting homie, too." At Dorsey Run Correction-
Zwerling, who created the program after picking up the
• Story ideas: Email communitylifeO bentlbulletin.com.
al Facility in Jessup, one of the
practice soon after she retired
most popular recreational programs is a weekly Thursday
To help impart life lessons, Zwerling and her co-teachers
afternoon knitting class creat-
structure the class with ex-
ited. Students are banned if and the men are prohibited
from missing three classes in a row unless they are sick or observing a religious holiday. "They appreciate being more than a number or a nickname," Zwerling said. "Theyappreciateuslearning their individuality. They like the civility of the group." And perhaps the last rule is one of the most important: Every new classmate must tell
someone they've hurt or dis-
appointed about their weekly practice and eventually knit that person a hat. "I'm going to tell my mother," said a young student, whose name wasn't cleared for publication
to be empathic. They say to themselves, 'I used to be that kid going to school without a hat,'" said Zwerling, a woman of average height with short gray hair and dark glasses
by the facility.
who wears her own hand-
made clothes. "I think the lack of empathy is a major reason
In many cases, Zwerling is
we have criminals. If that was
the closest thing to a maternal
heavily reinforced, I think it'd make a major difference."
figure the students have at Dorsey Run, a minimum-se-
The first hats the students
curity federal prison of 500 men. Indeed, part of the
make are for their loved
program's intent is to instill
significant others. So when
a sense of giving. The hats Zwerling's students make are
the letters aren't mailed and the visits aren't as frequent,
ones — mothers, children,
donated to a nearby charity
they're still remembered for
and public school students every winter.
the hat that took weeks or months to perfect. SeeKnitting /D4
"That's their opportunity
D2 THE BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
Banishingbadthoughts The KansasCity Star
adviserof the Greater KanLama Chuck Stanford, sas City Interfaith Council: Rime Buddhist Center, Kan- Bad thoughts are mental imsas City, Mo.: We aren't able purities that cause restlessto control the thoughts that ness and distraction in the
arise in our mind any more mind. The restless mind takes than we are able to stop away the inner poise, contentbreathing. Both are inherent m ent and peace ofm ind.The to our humanness. distraction of mind causes Where do thoughts come lack of c oncentration and from'? Where do they go self-control. when we are finished thinkAccording to Hindu docingthem'? Whenyou examine trine of karma and reincarthe nature of our thoughts, nation, one's afterlife is deyou realize how insubstantial termined by one's deeds, that they actually are. It is only is karma, in this life. The imwhen you focus on them that pressions of one's accumulatyou give them any real power. ed good or bad deeds, which Instead of trying to ban- are the end results of good ish a bad thought, a more or bad thoughts, stay in one's useful approach is to look at
and examine the nature of the thought.Then we may become aware of how by act-
mental state until death and are carried to the next life.
If the deeds are noble, one's afterlife will be doser to God;
ing upon this thought it may if the deeds are evil, one's cause suffering to others or afterlife will be away from ourselves. God. So, for a blissful life and Through this awareness high spiritual attainment, one it becomes possible to trans- must banish bad thoughts. form n egative t h oughts To remove mental impuinto virtuous activity t h at c an actually b enefit o t h -
rities, one needs to cultivate
Mindfulness is an import-
overcome the offensive mental
good thoughts in one's mind. ers. This method is possible Thought waves of kindness, only through the practice of compassion, forgiveness, genmindfulness. tleness, love and purity can ant part of Buddhist practice. waves of hatred, jealousy, anMindfulness has been de- ger, lust, pride and prejudice. fined as "paying attention on One needs a firm resolve to purpose, in a particular way, changeimpure outlooks and without judgment." Mind- detestable habits. One needs fulness is becoming aware to think positively under all that we are not our thoughts. circumstances, speak withThoughts arise and pass out causing pain to others away like douds in the sky. and practice serenity of mind Therefore, there is nothing to through meditation. "A man of self-control, accept or reject. Living mindfully means moving among objects, with living fully in the present mo- his senses under restraint, ment. When we live fully in and free from attachment and the present moment, our lives hate, attains composure of and activity can manifest mind," says the Hindu scripgreat compassion and dignity ture, Bhagavad Gita, (Chapter for others and ourselves. II, Verse 64).
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FATHER'SHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD: Pastor Randy Wills; "In Our Love" part one of the series "The Invisible Becoming Visible"; 9 and10:45 a.m. Sunday; youth group, 7 p.m. Wednesdays; 61690 Pettigrew Road, SERVICES Bend; 541-382-1632. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: ANTIOCHCHURCH:Sr. Pastor Ken Pastor JennyWarner; "Living Wytsma; part two of the series "Knowing God"; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; Spaciously: Sacred Spaces," basedon Bend High School, 230 N.E.Sixth St., Luke 24:13-35; 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m.and 5:01 p.m. Sunday; 230N.E.Ninth St., Bend. www.antiochchurch.org. Bend; 541-382-4401. BENDCHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "Reconciliation FOUNDRYCHURCH:Mike Coughlin; and Restoration Received," based on "Jesus' Going Awayand Coming Again: What JesusAscension Means John 21:4-19; 9 a.m. (Hispanic) and 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 1270 N.E.27th for Us"; 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 60 N.W. Oregon Ave., Bend; 541-382-3862 or St., Bend. www.foundrybend.com. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen GRACEFIRST LUTHERANCHURCH: Schaumloeffel; "Jesus, Our High Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "What Happened ToThem?" and "Left Priest," based on Hebrew5:1-10 in the series, "Better - The Supremacy Behind"; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 2265 of Christ"; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 1 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend; 541Theater Drive, Sunriver; 541-593382-6862 or www.gracefirstlutheran. olg. 8341 or www.cbchurchsr.org. COMMUNITY OF CHRIST: Bishop JOURNEYCHURCH:Pastor Keith William McFarlin; "Peace Be with Kirkpatrick; "One - that brings hope," You" based on John 20:19-31; 11 based on Philippians 3:13; 10 a.m. a.m. Sunday, 10:45 a.m. praise and 6:30 p.m.; youth group 6:30 singing; 20380 Cooley Road, Bend; p.m. Monday; 70 N.W.Newport 54I-388-101I. Ave. Bend; 541-647-2944 or www. journeyinbend.com. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:Pastor Rob Anderson; MISSION CHURCH:Pastor Brent "Faith Beyond Doubts," based Hofen; Part one of the series "You on John 20:19-31; 9 and 11a.m. Asked For It"; 5:30 and 7 p.m. Sunday; 529 N.W .19thSt.,Redmond; tonight; 9 and10:45 a.m. Sunday; 54I-548-3367. 2221 N.E. Third St., Bend; 541-3066209 or www.experiencethehighlife. CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: com. The Rev. Willis Jenson; "Christians Enjoythe Incorruptible Inheritance of NATIVITY LUTHERANCHURCH: Intern Pastor Ron Werner, Jr.; Life Eternal and the Resurrection of "Called by the grace of God,we theBody through Gospel,"based on 1 Peter 3:4; 11 a.m. Sunday; 10a.m. reach out to all people with the love Sunday School;Terrebonne Grange of Jesus Christ"; 9a.m. (informal worship), 9:15 a.m. (junior church), Hall, 828611th St., Terrebonne; 54I-325-6773. 10:15 a.m. (fellowship) and11 a.m. (formal worship); Bible study 10 a.m. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Wednesdays; 60850 Brosterhous Minister Dave Drullinger; "It's All About the Heart," based on Matthew Road, Bend; 541-388-0765 or www. nativityinbend.com. 6:19-21 and Mark12:41-44; 10 a.m. NEW HOPE CHURCH: Pastor Randy worship service Sunday; 9 a.m. Myers "WeekendCelebration"; 6 p.m. adult Bible study; 334 N.W.Newport Ave., Bend; 541-382-2272 or tonight; 9 and10:45 a.m. Sunday; discoverychristianchurch.com. 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend; 541389-3436 or www.newhopebend. EASTMONT CHURCH:Pastor John com. Lodwick; "REALCHURCH:Real Church Foundations," based onActs NEWPORTAVENUECHURCHOF 1:1-26; 9 a.m. (classic) and 10:45 a.m. CHRIST:Minister Dean Catlett; "Still (contemporary) Sunday; 62425Eagle God in the Valleys," based on Psalms Road, Bend; 541-382-5822 or www. 42; 10:45 a.m. Sunday; adult Bible eastmontchurch.com. class6 p.m.W ednesday;554 N.W . Newport Ave., Bend. 541-382-5242 EMMAUSLUTHERANCHURCH: or www.churchofchristbendoregon. The Rev. David Poovey; 10:30 a.m. com worship service Sunday; 9:15 a.m. Bible study and Sunday school; 11:30 SHILOHRANCH COWBOY CHURCH: a.m.BiblestudyonTuesdays;2175 Pastor Jordan Weaver; 9 and10:30 S.W. Salmon Ave., Redmond. a.m. Monday; Youngadult life group
6:30p.m.W ednesday;Men'sBible study 7 a.m. Thursday; Women's Bible 101, 7 p.m. Thursday; 17037 S.W. Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte; 541241-4220 for directions. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:Rev. D. Ray Halm; "Henry's Story," based on Proverbs 22:1-6, Colossians 2:8, Matthew 25:31-46; 8 a.m. (guitar-led worship) and11 a.m. (organ/piano-led worship) Sunday; Education hour 9:30 a.m.Sunday,highschoolyouthgroup 6:30 p.m. Sunday;2550 N.E.Butler Market Road;541-382-1832 or www. trinitylutheranbend.org. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Eric Burtness; "The Power of Prayer"; 8:30 and 11a.m. Sunday; 1113S.W. Black Butte Blvd., Redmond; 541-9237466 or www.zionrdm.com.
KELSEYCOLLINS: Discussion about significance of animals who appear consistently in one's life. Part two of the series "Our CoCreated Relationship with Animals"; 5:15 p.m.; Spiritual Awareness Community, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-508-1059. KIRTAN:Hindu call-and-response singing, all are welcome, no talent required; 5:30-7 p.m.; The Peaceful Heart, 29 N.W.Greeley Ave., Bend; souldraw95©yahoo.com or www. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com. CRYSTAL BOWL HARMONIC SOUNDBATH:Join Doug Christafir and Brandon Johns for crystal bowls that will energize, harmonize and realign your body and soul, bring pillows and blankets if you wish to lie on the floor; $5-$10 suggested donation; 7:15 p.m.; The OldStone Church, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-322-7273. MONDAY THE GWORD:Learn about the diverse array of God concepts in Jewish theology; Medieval God concepts; $6, free for students through high school; 7-8:30 p.m.; St. Charles Bend conference center, 2500 N.E. Neff Road; 541-3888826 or www.bethtikvahbend.org/ education/adult-education. THURSDAY NATIONALDAYOFPRAYER BREAKFAST: The day's theme is "One Voice United in Prayer," and includes breakfast, songs, praise and inspiration; Mike Ferry, pastor of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship is the keynote speaker; $6; 6:30 a.m.; Redmond Community Church Auditorium, 237 N.W.Ninth St.; 541-923-7773.
COMMUNITY HEALINGNIGHT AND CANNEDANDNONPERISHABLE FOOD DRIVE:If you are a practitioner of Reiki, Kofutu, Qigong, Matrix or any other form of Touch Healing and also Intuitive Readers, please join us in creating a Community Healing Night. This is a CannedFood Drive for Neighborlmpact; free; 5-7 p.m.; Spiritual Awareness Community, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541508-1059, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.spiritualawarenesscommunity. com. NATIONALDAYOF PRAYER EVENINGWORSHIP:Theday's theme is "OneVoice United in Prayer," and concludes with and evening prayer and worship, with dessert; free; 6-7:30 p.m.; Desert SongCommunityChurch,640 S.W. Evergreen Ave., Redmond; 541-771-6548. TAIZECHOIR OF CENTRAL OREGON: "Healing for the Planet," an hour of meditative, nondenominational Taize music and silence; 7 p.m.; St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church & School, 2450 N.E. 27th St., Bend; 541-382-4701. "HAPPY":A screening of the 2011 documentary aboutwhatmakes people happy around the world; $4 suggesteddonation;7:30-9:30 p.m.; The Old Stone Church,157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-508-1059 or www.spiritualawarenesscommunity. com. MAY 4 MONA DELFINO:"The Meaning of Ascension"; 5:15 p.m.; Spiritual Awareness Community, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-508-1059, email@example.com or www. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com. MAY 5 "VIANNEY":Experience the story of Saint John Vianney, suitable for ages nine and older, tickets will be available at the church office or after services on April 26-27 and May 3-4; $10 per person suggested donation, $25 for a family of three or more suggested donation; 7 p.m.; St. Thomas Church, 1720 N.W. 19th St., Redmond; 541-923-3390 or vianneydrama.com. MAY 6 GREEN TEAM MOVIENIGHT:A screening of the film "Which Way Home" about three children from homes in Latin America traveling through Mexico; free; 6:30-8 p.m.; First Presbyterian Church, 230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend; 541-815-6504.
541-536-7399. OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE BLIND:541-447-4915. OREGONCURE:541-475-2164. OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK:541-312-3081 or www. oregonlyme.org. OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: 541306-6844 or www.oa.org. PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF CHILDREN AFFECTEDBY AUTISM SUPPORTGROUP:541-771-1075 or http://coregondevdisgroupaso. ning.com. PARENTS OFMURDERED CHILDREN(POMC) SUPPORT GROUP:541-410-7395. PARISH NURSESANDHEALTH MINISTRIES:541-383-6861. PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS SUPPORTGROUP:541-317-1188. PARKINSON'SDISEASE SUPPORT GROUP:541-280-5818. PARTNERS INCARE:Home health and hospice services; 541-382-5882. PAUL'S CLUB:Dads and male caregiver support group; 541-548-8559. PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: For parents, families and friends of lesbians and gays; 541-317-2334 or www.pflagcentraloregon.org. PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW (PLAN):541-389-9239. PLANNEDPARENTHOOD: 888-875-7820. PMS ACCESS LINE: 800-222-4767. PREGNANCYRESOURCECENTERS: Bend,541-385-5334; Madras,541475-5338; Prineville, 541-447-2420; Redmond, 541-504-8919.
PULMONARY HYPERTENSION SUPPORTGROUP:541-548-7489. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS:Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, 541-504-2550, ext. 1; Madras, 541-475-1880. SCLERODERMA SUPPORTGROUP: 541-480-1958. SEXAHOLICSANONYMOUS: 541-595-8780. SOUP AND SUPPORT: For mourners; 541-548-7483. STEPMOM SUPPORTGROUP: 541-325-3339 or www. insightcounselingbend.com. SUPPORT GROUPFOR FAMILIES WITH DIABETICCHILDREN: 541-526-6690. TOBACCOFREEALLIANCE: 541-322-7481. TOPS OR:Bend, 541-610-7568; Culver, 541-546-4012; Redmond, 541-923-0878. TYPE 2 DIABETESSUPPORT GROUP:541-706-4986. VETERANSHOTLINE: 541-4085594 or 818-634-0735. VISION NW:Peer support group; 541-330-07 I5. VOLUNTEERS INMEDICINE: 541-330-9001. WOMEN'S RESOURCECENTER OF CENTRALOREGON:541-385-0747 WOMEN SURVIVINGWITH CANCERSUPPORTGROUP: 541-706-5864. YOUNG PEOPLEWITH DISABILITIES PEERGROUP: 831-402-5024. ZEN MEDITATIONGROUP: 541-388-3179.
SUPPORT GROUPS The following list contains support group information submitted to The Bulletin. Submissions must be updated monthly for inclusion. To submit, email relevant details to firstname.lastname@example.org. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR PERSONSAFFECTEDBYA DISABILITY:541-388-8103. ABILITREEYOUNG PEER GROUP: 541-388-8103 ext. 219. ABILITREEBRAIN INJURY SUPPORTGROUP:541-388-8103. ADHD ADULTSUPPORT GROUP: 541-420-3023. ADOPTIVE PARENTSUPPORT GROUP:541-389-5446. ADULT CHILDRENOF ALCOHOLICS: 54I-633-8I89. AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN SUPPORTGROUP): 541-410-4162 or www.agewideopen.com. AIDS EDUCATIONFOR PREVENTION, TREATMENT, COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SUPPORT(DESCHUTES COUNTY HEALTHDEPARTMENT): 541-322-7402. AIDS HOTLINE:800-342-AIDS. AL-ANON:541-728-3707 or www. centraloregonal-anon.org. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS (AA): 541-548-0440 or www.coigaa.org. ALS SUPPORTGROUP: 541-977-7502. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION: 541-548-7074. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-330-6400. ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-948-7214. AUTISM RESOURCEGROUP OF CENTRALOREGON:541-788-0339. BEND ATTACHMENTPARENTING: 541-385-1787. BEND S-ANONFAMILY GROUP: 888-285-3742. BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 541-382-6122 or 541-382-6651. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUPS:541-382-5882. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: 54 I-383-3910. BEYOND AFFAIRSNETWORK: A peer group for victims of infidelity, baninbend©yahoo.com. BRAININJURY SUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -382-945 I. CANCERFAMILYSUPPORT GROUP:541-706-5864. CANCER INFORMATIONLINE: 541-706-7743. CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-536-7399. CELEBRATERECOVERYBEND: Faith Christian Center, 541-3835801; Westside Church, 541-3827504; centraloregoncr.org CELEBRATE RECOVERYLA PINE: Grace Fellowship, 541-536-2878; High Lakes Christian Church, 541536-3333; Living Waters Church, 541-536-1215; centraloregoncr.org CELEBRATERECOVERYMADRAS: Living Hope Christian Center, 541475-2405 or centraloregoncr.org. CELEBRATE RECOVERY REDMOND: Redmond Assembly of GodChurch, 541-548-4555 or centraloregoncr.org.
CENTRAL OREGONALZHEIMER'S/ 2814 or email@example.com. CONDITIONS):541-322-7430. DEMENTIACAREGIVERS SUPPORT EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES GROUP:541-504-0571. GROUP:541-460-4030 SUPPORT GROUP:54I-536-7399. CENTRAL OREGONAUTISM FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: LUPUS &FIBROMYALGIA ASPERGER'8 SUPPORTTEAM: Drug and alcohol addictions; SUPPORTGROUP:541-526-1375. 541-633-8293. pastordavid©thedoor3r.org. MADRAS NICOTINEANONYMOUS CENTRAL OREGONAUTISM FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: GROUP:541-993-0609. SPECTRUMRESOURCEAND 541-389-5468. MATERNAL/CHILD HEALTH FAMILYSUPPORT GROUP: GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: PROGRAM(DESCHUTES 541-279-9040. Redmond 541-280-7249, Bend COUNTY HEALTHDEPARTMENT): CENTRAL OREGONCOALITION FOR 541-390-4365. 541-322-7400. ACCESS (WORKINGTO CREATE GAMBLINGHOT LINE: MEMORY CARESUPPORT GROUP: ACCESSIBLECOMMUNITIES): 800-233-8479. 541-848-4144 or acs©touchmark. 541-385-3320. com. GERIATRICCARE MANAGEMENT: CENTRAL OREGONDEPRESSION info©paulbattle.com or MEN'S CANCERSUPPORT GROUP: AND ANXIETY GROUP: 1-877-867-1437. 541-706-5864. 541-420-2759 GLUCOSE CONTROL LOW CARB MENDEDHEARTSSUPPORT CENTRAL OREGONDISABILITY DIET SUPPORT GROUP: kjdnrcdO GROUP:541-706-4789. SUPPORTNETWORK: 541-548yahoo.com or 541-504-0726. MISCARRIAGESUPPORT GROUP: 8559 or www.codsn.org. GLUTEN INTOLERANCEGROUP 541-514-9907. CENTRAL OREGON FAMILIESWITH (CELIAC):541-390-2399. MOMMY AND MEBREASTMULTIPLES:541-330-5832 or GRANDMA'SHOUSE:Support for FEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 541-388-2220. pregnant teensand teen moms; 541-322-7450. CENTRAL OREGONLEAGUE OF 541-383-35 I5. MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT AMPUTEES SUPPORTGROUP GRANDPARENTS RAISINGOUR GROUP:541-706-6802. (COLA):541-480-7420 or www. CHILDREN'S KIDS:541-306-4939. ourcola.org. NARCONON: 800-468-6933. CENTRAL OREGONRIGHT TO LIFE: GRANDPARENTSSUPPORT NARCOTICSANONYMOUS (NA): GROUP:541-385-4741. 541-383-1593. 541-4 I 6-2146. GRIEFSHAREGRIEFRECOVERY CHILDCAR SEAT CLINIC (PROPER NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL SUPPORTGROUP:541-382-1832. INSTALLATIONINFORMATION FOR ILLNESSOF CENTRAL OREGON GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-306SEAT ANDCHILD): 541-504-5016. (NAMI):541-408-7779 or email: 6633, 541-318-0384 or mullinski@ namicentraloregon©gmail.com. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: bendbroadband.com. 541-330-3907. NAMI BEND - EXTREME GRIEFAND LOSS SUPPORT STATES:541-647-2343 or www. CHRISTIANWOMEN OF HOPE GROUP:541-508-4036 or www. namicentraloregon.org (WOMEN'S CANCERSUPPORT gohospice.com, GROUP):541-382-1832. NAMI BENDCONNECTIONS: 541GRIEFSHARE(FAITH-BASED) 480-8269, 541-382-3218 or www. CLARE BRIDGE OFBEND namicentraloregon.org (ALZHEIMER'SSUPPORT GROUP): RECOVERYCLASS: 541-389-8780. 541-385-4717 or rnorton1@ HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR NAMI BENDFAMILY SUPPORT ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA brookdaleliving.com. GROUP:whitefam©bendcable.com (H.E.A.R.T.): 541-318-1949. or www.namicentraloregon.org. CO-DEPENDENTSANONYMOUS HEALTHY FAMILIESOF THE HIGH BEND:541-610-7445. NAMI MADRAS CONNECTIONS: DESERT:Homevisits for families For peers, 541-475-1873 or CO-DEPENDENTSANONYMOUS with newborns; 541-749-2133 NAMlmadras@gmail.com. REDMOND:541-610-8175. HEARING LOSSASSOCIATION: NAMI MADRAS FAMILYSUPPORT COFFEEAND CONNECTION 541-390-2174 or ctepper@ GROUP:541-475-1873 or CANCERSUPPORTGROUP: bendcable.com. NAMlmadras@gmail.com. 541-706-3754. HEARTS OF HOPE:Abortion NAMI MADRAS FAMILY-FAMILY COMPASSIONATEFRIENDS (FOR healing; 541-728-4673. SUPPORTGROUP:541-475-3299 or THOSE GRIEVINGTHE LOSS OF A CHILD):541-480-0667 or IMPROVE YOURSTRESS LIFE: www.namicentraloregon.org 541-536-1 709. 541-706-2904. NAMI REDMOND FAMILYSUPPORT INFERTILITYSUPPORT GROUP GROUP:namicentraloregon©gmail. CREATIVITY & WELLNESS(RESOLVE):541-604-0861. com. MOOD GROUP:541-647-0865. LA LECHELEAGUEOF BEND: NAMI REDMOND CONNECTIONS: CROOKEDRIVER RANCHADULT 541-317-5912. 541-382-3218 or 541-693-4613. GRIEF SUPPORT:541-548-7483. LIVING WELL(CHRONIC NEWBERRY HOSPICEOF LA PINE: DEFEATCANCER:541-706-7743. DESCHUTESCOUNTYMENTAL HEALTH 24-HOURCRISISLINE: 541-322-7500. ALL,NEW STATEOF DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR — THE ART DEALERSHIP! SUPPORTALLIANCE:541-5499622 or 541-771-1620. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORT:541-480-8269 or suemiller92©gmail.com. DEPRESSIONSUPPORT GROUP: 541-617-0543. DIABETESEATFORLIFE!: 541-306-6801, www. centraloregonnutrition.com or Ibrizee@centraloregonnutrition.com. DIABETICSUPPORT GROUP: 541-598-4483. • I j DISABILITYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-8103. DIVORCECARE:541-410-4201. DOUBLETROUBLERECOVERY: Addiction and mental illness group; 541-317-0050. DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-2577. ENCOPRESIS(SOILING): 541-548-
SUPERIO RSELECTIONOFNEW 8USED
ully's Italian Restaurant will be saying goodbye to Redmond on Wednesday, April80. We want to thank the people of Central Oregon for their support and patronage. Redmond has been good to us and wehave had a great29 years!W e'd been thinking of retirement and were waiting for the time to be right. Opportunity knocked when we found someone that wanted to lease our building. There will be a new restaurant opening in our location that we think will be a great addition to Redmond. We hope that you will come in and say goodbye and enjoy your favorite Sully's dinner one more time. Thank you again to our customers for your loyalty over the years. You're the best! Looking forward to our retirement and more time for family, fishing and horseback riding. Here's to our next chapter ... Cheersl
- Peter and Carlye Seitz
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014 • THE BULLETIN "Celtic Cross" Christianity
"The Wheel of Dharma" Buddhism
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St.• 541-382-6100 0
You AreThe IvtostIm portant Part of Our Services
(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided. Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave.
Mon. through Fri.: I I am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm
THE RIVER MENNONITE CHURCH Sunday, 3 pm at the Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend
Sunday School 2 years - 5th grade Nursery 0-2 years Visitors welcome Church Office: 541-389.8787 E.maiL theriverCamaiishack.com Sendto: POBox808, BendOR97709 www.therivermennonite.org •
TKMPLE BETH TIRVAH
"Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism
"Yin/Yang" Taoist! Confuuanism
"Star F Crescent" Islam
FAITH CHRISTIAN CKNTKR 1049 NE I ITH STREET BEND, OR 97701 382-8274
HOLY REDKKMER CATHOLIC PARISH Fr.Theodore Nnabugo,Pastor
www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish Office: 541-536-3571
This Sunday at Faith Christian Center HOLY REDEEMER, LA PINK Pastor Brian Mercer- interim pastor, will 16137 Burgess Rd share his message titled "Abundant Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass Life" in the Sunday moming service 9:00 am beginning at 10:30 AM. Childcare is Sunday Mass• 10:00 am provided. FCC Youth Ministries and Saturdays -3:00-4:00 pm Family Night is on Wednesdays at 7 pm. Confessions: A number of Faith Journey Groups meet HOLY TRINITY,SUNRIVER throughout the week in small groups, 18143 Cottonwood Rd. please contact the church for details Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; and times. The church is located on the Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm comer of Greenwood Avenue and NE Sunday mass 8:00 am 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com Confessions: Thurs. 9:00• 9:15 am REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, 1865 W Antler• Redmond Gilchrist 541.548.4555 120 Mississippi Dr SUNDAYS Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00 - 12:15 pm Morning Worship 8:30 am 8 10:30 am Life groups 9 am HOLY FAMILY, Kfdz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am near Chrlstmas Valley Evening Worship 6 pm 57255 Fort Rock Rd WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7 PM Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery
Wednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com I•• CENTRAL OREGON BAPTIST CHURCH
"offering hopethrough the proclamation
ofthe gospef" JOIN us for WORSHIP
Sunday (downtown at the Boys 8 Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.) 9:30 AM — Bible Study 9:30 AM — Children's Class 10:30 AM — Worship Service 10;30 AM — Primary Class
Wednesday (up the hill from the Old Mill, 500 SW Bond St.) 7:00 PM — Prayer Meeting & Growth Groups 7:00 PM — Kids 4 Truth www.centraloregonbaptistchurch.org 541-617.2814
EASTMONT CHURCH "DisgfayingIhe Reaiiy ofChristin UndeniableWays"
62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382.5822 www.eastmontchurch.com
Sunday Services Classic (Blended) Service 9:00 am Contemporary Service 10:45 am Hispanic Service 6:0 0 pm For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email infoCaeastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382.3862
Pastors Mike Coughlin 8 Al Hulbert SundaySchoolclassesare at9:00am and our Worship Service at 10;15 am
This Sunday at Foundry Church, Mike Coughlin will be speaking on "Jesus' Going Away and Coming Again: What Jesus Ascension Means for Us." For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Caff 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond• 541-548-4161
Sunday Worship Services: 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Life Groups 9:30 am 8 11:00 am Saturday Worship 7:00 pm Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org •
CALVARY CHAPEL BKND
20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (541) 383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org Sundays:8:30F 10:30am Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm YouthGroup: Wednesday 7pm Child Care provided Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are available, call for days and times. "Teaching the Word of God,
Book by Book"
"Star of David"
Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Julian Cassar Pastor
Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541-382-3631
THE SALVATION ARMY
541 NE DeKalb Ave., Bend 541-389-8888 SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 541 NE Dekalb
Sunday School 9:45 am Children 8Adult Classes Worship Service —11;00 am Major's Robert8 Miriam Keene
EDUCATION SERIES A TASTE OFJUDAISM — THE 'G'W ORD St Charles Event Room 7:00-8:30 pm
April 28- Modern and post-modern God concepts For the complete schedule of Services 8 Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org
6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study
MISSION (LCMSJ Themissionof theChurchis toforgive sins throughtheGospelandthereby grani eternal Ji fe.
10:00 am 50+ Bible Study
Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!
10 am Sunday School I I am Divine Service
Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am,
The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor 8286 11th St. (Grange Hall) Terrebonne, OR
Pastor Randy Myers •
www.redmondchristian.org Sunday Worship 9:00 am 8 10:45 am
Sunday School for all ages Kidmo• Junior Church Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor POWKLL BUTTK CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm Music and the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30 am - 10:15 am - I I am Nursery F Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, and Ozzy Osbome 13720 SWHwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com
April 27, 2014 at Westside ChurchSOUTH CAMPUS Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Climate Change: The Forecast" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church SouthCampus, 1245SE 3rd St., Bend. April 27, 2014 at Westside ChurchSISTERS CAMPUS Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Climate Change: The Forecast" at 10:30am at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.
Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org •
SOVKREIGN GRACK CHURCH
www.lutheransonline.com/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773
Father Todd Unger, Pastor WESTSIDE CHURCH Mass Schedule: invites you to join us at any of our Weekdays 8:00 am weekend services. No matter what your (except Wednesday) GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Wednesday 6:00 pm expectations are, we hope your time Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend spent with us brings you a little closer to First Saturday 8:00 am (English) 382-6862 understanding, knowing and growing in Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) a relationship with Jesus Christ. In our 12:00 noon (Spanish) Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. opinion, that's what really matters. Confessions on Wednesdays from (Child Care Available) 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm Sunday School 10:20 a.m. Contact us at 541.382.7504 or Education Hour 10:45 a.m. www.westsidechurch.org April 26 8 27, 2014 at Westside ChurchWEST CAMPUS Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Climate Change: The Forecast" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, and 9 10:45am Sunday atW estside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390
Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY 9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9;00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service
Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday
(St. John 20:22.23, Augsburg Confession
Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
BEND CHURCH OF THE NAZARKNK 1270 NE 27 St.• 541-382-5496
All services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street 541-388-8826
NKW HOPK EVANGELICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389.3436
Monday-Friday after 7:00 AM Mass to 6:00 PM Tuesday (Family Holy Hour)
536 SW 10th, Redmond
Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Bend, OR. 97701 Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries include:
Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend Just 2 blocks SW ofBend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshiping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the Reformation. Call for information about other meetings 541-420-1667 www.sovereigngracebend.com I •
5:Oipm relaxed Sunday School: 3 years to 6th grade Nursery-care provided
Making Space For Justice Sunday, May 18, 12:30pm Join the Justice and Outreach Vision team for inspiration, training and skills building as we seek to iive into Spacious Christianity and Develop Hearts That Yearn For Justice Contact Intern Pastor Ron Werner at rwemerCwbendfp.org or 541.382.4401. Youth Events http;//www.facebook.com/ bendyouthcollective
Choirs, music groups, Bible study, fellowship and ministries every week 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend
CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTKR 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241
SundayMoming Worship 8:45 am 8 10:45 am Wednesday Mid-Week Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 pm Nursery Care Provided for All Services
Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America www.gracefirstlutheran.org
21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241
Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA
Worship in the Heart of Redmond Sunday Worship Services at 8:30 am 8 11:00 am Sunday School for all ages 10:00 am
www.bendfp.org http://www.facebook.com/bendfp 541 382 4401
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRAL OREGON
"Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" We are a Welcoming Congregation April 27 at I I:00am "We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For"•Guest speaker William Scarvie
"The organizing principles of Earth Community are so closely aligned with the principles of my faith that I cannot affirm and promote one without affirming and promoting the other." In this service we will explore the moral imperative of Earth Community and the unique role that liberal religion plays in its emergence. Religious Education for K-8 Childcare for infants and toddlers is provided downstairs.
Special community collection to be received for Partners in Care. Meeting place: THE OLD STONE CHURCH 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND
Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709
www.uufco.org (541) 385-3908 •
Women's Bible Study, Tuesday 9;15 a.m. Men's Bible Study, Wednesday 7:15 a.m.
COMMUNITY PRESBYTKRIAN CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street
(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367 Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
(In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672 Everyone isW elcome! Guest Preacher: Shimiko Montgomery Sermon Title: "Peace Be With You" Scripture: John 20:19-31 Psalm 16 9;00am- Contemporary Service Sunday School during 9am service 11:00am - Traditional Service Childcare provided *During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson firstchurchCabendumc.org
Wednesdays: Soup Supper 6:15 pm
Sermon Series: Living Spaciously Sacred Spaces Preacher: fenny Warner Sunday, April 27 9:00am contemporary 10:45am traditional
9:00 am Contemporary Worship Children's Room available 9:00 am Nursery Care REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH during services 9:15 am Children F Youth Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! Come Experience a warm, Sunday School at the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th friendly family of worshipers. 9:30 am Adult Education Sunday Services 8 am Everyone Welcome• Always. 11:00 am Traditional Worship (No child care) 10:00 am Contemporary A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich Worship Service April 268 27 2014 at Westside Churchand diverse music program for all ages Youth Groups (Full children's ministry) ONLINE CAMPUS Coffee, snacks and fel l o wsh i p High School - Sunday I I:00am-12:30pm Sunday Night Church 6:30 pm Join us at our online campus where after each servi c e Middle School - Wednesday For information, please call ... Pastor Steve Mickel will share the 6:00-7:30pm Senior Pastor - Mike Yunkermessage "Climate Change: The 541-312-8844 M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Associate Pastors Forecast" at 6:30pm Saturday and at 8, Wed. Bible Study at noon Mondays Mike Sweeney F Jeff Olson 9 and 10:45am on Sunday atW estside 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study 6;30 pm Centering Prayer "Loving people one at a time." Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend. I:00 pm www.real-lifecc.org 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Wednesdays April 27, 2014 Westside ChurchYouth and Family Programs 5:30 pm Prayer Service ON THE RADIO Active Social Outreach KASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL "Educating and Developing the Whole Pastor Steve Mickel will share the Easter Small Groups Meet Regularly Child for the Glory of God" message "Why Jesus? Because He is the 1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. (Handicapped Accessible) Pre K-5th Grade Life" on the Heirbome radio show at Redmond, OR 97756 - 541-923-7466 Please visit our website for a complete 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 8:30am Sunday morning on Pastor Eric Burtness listing of activities for all ages. Principal Lonna Camahan KBND-AM 1(10 www.zionrdm.com www.eastmontcommunityschool.com www.redmondcpc.org •
Lead Pastor: Steven Koski
Sunday Services St. Helens Hall, 231 NW Idaho Ave 8 am and 10:15 am The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector www.trinitybend.org I 541-382-5542 MaiL 469 NW Waff St Maywehaveeyestoseethat no visitor amveswithout a gift and no guestJeaveswithout a blessing.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND
230 NE Ninth, Bend (Across Ninth St. from Bend High) All Are Welcome, Always!
is a member of the • Davidic dance and worship Union for Reform Judaism. • Children's ministry and nursery Rellglon of the Our members represent a wide range of • Hebrew classes Lightand Sound ofGod Jewish backgrounds. • Home groups We welcome interfaith families • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Spiritual Experiences and Jews by choice. Hadashah (New Testament) Past Lives, Dreams, Soul Travel Our monthly activities include: • Biblical Feasts Introductory presentation F discussion Services, religious education for • Lifecycle Events children 8 adults, Hebrew school, Torah • End-times prophecy study, social action projects and social Saturday, May 17th activities 3:00 pm at the East Bend Library Visit us on the web at 62080 Dean Swift Rd., Bend www.houseofcovenant.org Rabbifohanna Hershenson Try a spiritual exercise, explore the or contact us at 541-385-5439 possibilities of iearning from your SERVICES dreams and past lives and leam what LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP Friday, May 9- 6:00 pm - Family Shabbat soul travel means. @ La Roca Church Services 1155 SW Division, ¹D8, Bend For More Information Saturday 12:00• 3:00 pm Saturday, May 10-9;00 am - Munch 8 www.eckankar.org Worship/Dance•Study • Torah Study www.eckankar-oregon.org Food/Fellowship Saturday, May 10- 10:30 am-Torah 541-728-6476 Hebrew Roots Fellowship Services worshipping in Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337 Friday, May 23• 7:00 pm • Kaballat Children Welcome TRINITY KPISCOPAL CHURCH Shabbat Service www.livingtorahfellowship.com All arewelcomethroughourreddoors
Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Exposition 8 Benediction
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Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested in leaming the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at:
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Knitting Continued from 01
ple with similar interests to
convene. With their help, Zwerling
Percell Arrington, 42, made hats for his two sons — one
hatched a plan to share her
burgundy and gold for the
people who dealt with stress
Redskins and the other navy
and tension regularly. "Whose population would really enjoy something that
and silver for the Cowboys. Meanwhile, William Bright's first two hats were for his significant other.
newfound love of knitting with
watching the program with a careful eye. The guards count everything — every skein and ball of yarn, every pair of needlesand every pairofscissors. Security personnel were worried that the students might steal the needles and use them as weapons. "Friends don't
steal from friends," Zwerling them feel good?" Rovelstad would tell her students. "Then "I've learned a lot of pa- said. "When you go to prison, they'll carefully explain to us tience from Lynn, and knitting it's like you're put on hold. The that they are not thieves." helps me relax," said Bright, rest of the world goes on withSince Zwerling's project has 45, who was serving time for outyou. It's like apause button." grown, other prisons have exrobbery in 2012. But getting the facility to pressed interest. Similar protrust the program wasn't easy. grams have appeared at the Humble beginnings Margaret Chippendale was Saginaw Correctional Facility A self-proclaimed knitting the administrator of Dorsey in Freeland, Mich., and the evangelist, Zwerling's activ- Run who approved the pro- Blaine Street Women's Jail in ism began in the 1960s when gram in 2009. She saw it as an Santa Cruz, Calif. "I sat in with the group, to she marched as a peacenik. opportunity at what she calls "We're wayward wom- "restorative justice." By knit- see it formyself,"said Dorsey en and misguided hippies," ting, the students are putting Run's current administrator, Zwerling said of herself and their families and children in Dionne Randolph. "It was an fellow instructors Sheila Rov- need first. "That piece of itexcellent idea. Any differelstad, 63, an artist from Co- doing it for others and being ences or biases they have are lumbia, Md., and Lea Hiers, selfless — sold me," she said. checked at the door." "At the time, I was looking 64, a MARC train operations clerk from Laurel, Md. "We for additional programming Lasting impad: come from a generation that for my students," Chippendale The instructors admit that believes the individual has the said. She had her reservations their efforts don't work over— as did officials at other pris- night. Beginners first learn to potential to impact society." A car saleswoman for 18 ons — about needles and scis- make a swatch, and they keep years, Zwerling learned how sors being brought into prison, a piece of yarn in their pockets. to knit by watching YouTube but Zwerling persisted for five Zwerling says she asks them videos. She met Rovelstad and years."Lynnwouldn't quit; she's when they are angry to tug on Hiers through knitting groups a force to be reckoned with." the swatch and remember her. she formed on Meetup, a soThat doesn't stop guards Remember that making one cial-networking site for peo- and other o f ficials f r om mistake will keep them away calmed them down, that made
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Lea Hiers models a finished hat during Knitting Behind Bars, a weekly knitting class for offenders at
the Dorsey Runcorrectional facility in Jessup, Md. from her and knitting perma- ting? That's for girls.' Later, that thy and responsibility and nently. Remember who they same guy is sitting next to me noted that many of his fellow are knitting for: their children, in class," he said. students couldn't wait for their their wives, the kids without Stapleton was released from weekly classes to begin. "We'd started getting a lithats to wear next winter. prison last year after serving Mark Stapleton, 48, of Taney- time for money laundering. tle rowdy" when the guards town, Md., said he was mocked
He now knits for his children
would sometimes delay the
byother students about his par- and for those at a hospital in classesfor security reasons, ticipation in the class. "Some Carroll County. He said he he said. "We wanted to start guy would say, 'You're knit- learned the lessons of empa- knitting."
received $2,000 to build raised community gardens that will beds with cold frames so it can be up and running in CenContinued from 01 start vegetables earlier in the tral Oregon during this year's • The Central Oregon Com- season. growing season. That list is munity College Collabora• The Plainview Communiever growing and includes tive Garden in Bend, which ty Garden in Tumalo, which three brand-new gardensreceived $1,998 to purchase received $2,000 so it can re- Franklin's Corner, the COCC gardening supplies, soil, plant build raised beds that were de- garden and the Miller's Landstarts and other materials and stroyed in a snowstorm. ing Community Garden in equipment. • The Peaceful Spirit Com- Bend — that are getting their • T he K a n s as Aven u e m unity G a rden i n Wa r m start this year. Learning Garden in Bend, Springs, w hich r e ceived Holly Hutton, the coordiwhich received $2,000 to im- $2,000to purchase equipment nator of COIC's community prove its greenhouse infra- for a watering system, raised garden project, said she's structure, purchase gardening beds, fences, soil and other excited about these new garsupplies and print signs. supplies. dens and the fact that the re•The Ward Park CommuniThese grant r e cipients gion's existing community ty Garden in Prineville, which make up only a third of the 18 gardens are staying strong
because they provide people with access to fresh fruits and vegetables. "Not everybody has access to garden space where they live," Hutton said, explaining that a lot of people who don't have access to gardening space — particularly those who live in low-income communities — may also not have
dens also provide people with a place where they can learn basic and advanced gardening so they can set up their own gardens at home or back in their own neighborhoods. "It's kind of a t r a ining ground," Hutton said. Howard said
these people have not only become friends but they have
also become more engaged in their neighborhood and in their community as a whole.
She said this has helped make her neighborhood stronger
and able to take on challenges c ommunity like a gas main and an unsta-
gardens are also important ble pine tree. "Community gardens can because they help build a comaccess to a place where they munity. She knows of several bring people together in really can get fresh fruits and vege- people in her neighborhood meaningful ways," she said. "This community garden is tables cheaply and easily. who met for th e f i rst t i me In addition to giving people when they working on the just a testament to how this a place where they can get Franklin's Corner garden. community comestogether." fresh fruitsand vegetables, Because of their work on — Reporter: 541-617-7816, Hutton said, community gar- the garden, Howard said, firstname.lastname@example.org
Find acommunity gardennearyou BEND • Central OregonCommunity College Collaborative Garden Built by students, this garden has 24 beds that are open to students and faculty who attend or work at Central Oregon Community College Community College and OSU-Cascades. Locati on:2600N.W.CollegeW ay, Bend Contact: Lisa Barnett 541-678-
5565, Ibarnett©cocc.edu • Franklin's CornerCommunity Garden Devoted to using organic and sustainable gardening techniques, this garden has 28 raised beds that range in size from 4-by-10 feet to 10-by-10 feet. Small plots cost $15, large plots $25. Location: Southeast of the North-
east 8th Street and Northeast Franklin Avenue roundabout, Bend Website: www.franklinscorner.org Contact: Cheryl Howard, 541-3885579, choward©bendoregon.gov • HellinsheadCommunityGarclen Holding its open housetoday at 9 a.m., this garden has72 10-by-10-foot plots that cost $25 per plot and18 that are10 feet by 15 feet and cost $35. It is managedbytheOSU ExtensionService's master gardener program. Location: Hollinshead Park, 1237 N.E. Jones Road inBend Website: http://extension.oregon state.edu/deschutes/hollinshead -community-garden Contact: Chris Miao, 541-3833905,email@example.com or Pat KollIng, 541-977-7661,
pat.kolling©gmail.com • Kansas AvenueLearning Garden While most of this garden is used by fourth and fifth graders at Amity Creek Elementary School, this garden does have afew 3-by6-foot beds that are open to members of the community. Location: 16 N.W.Kansas Ave., Bend Contact: Denise Rowcroft, 541385-6908 denise@envirocenter. OI'g
• Miller's LanclingCommunity Garden Managed by the BendPark & Recreation District, this garden has 24 plots that are four feet by10 feet and16 plots that are two feet by 10 feet.
Location: Miller's Landing Park, 80 N.W. Riverside Blvd., Bend Contact: Patricia Moreland, 541480-5550, firstname.lastname@example.org or Kati Hannigan, 541-728-0844, katihanni gan©yahoo.com • Nativity CommunityGarden Managed by theNativity Lutheran Church, this garden features 80
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plots that are five feet by five feet. It has an automatic irrigation system, a U-pick area for berries and bee hives for pollination. Location: 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend Contact: Nativity Lutheran Church, 541-388-0765 or email@example.com • Northwest CrossingCemmunity Garden Holding Its opening day celebration at 9:30 a.m. today, this garden has 59 5-by-10-foot plots that cost $30. Thegarden boasts a drip irrigation and an8-foot-high wire fence. Location: Corner of Northwest Crossing Drive andClearwater Drive, Bend Website: www.northwest crossing.com/amenities/ Community Garden
Contact: John Coltman, 541-6330106, firstname.lastname@example.org or Louise Gaston, 541-318-5759, email@example.com • Plainview CommunityGarden Equipped with three newgreenhouses, this garden hasspace for16 families who live between Redmondand Sistersanddonate produce to a local food bank. Location: 17509 Paradise Alley, Bend Contact: Don Schnack, 541-3894440
REDMOND • RedmondCommunity Organic Garden Sponsored by House of Hope Ministries, this garden has40 raised beds that are 4-by-14 feet andcost$25.Itopened in2009
where members of the communIty are free to help plant, tend and harvest their crops. Location: Fifth Street and Adams Avenue, Metolius Contact: Deb Mulkey 541-5466109
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40 plots that range in size from 4-by-18 feet to 4-by-20 feet. The smaller plots cost $35 while the large plots cost $50. Location: 15860 Barclay Drive, Sisters Contact: Kathie Magnum, 541-
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• Peaceful Spirit Community Garden Originally a family's private CROOKCOUNTY • Prineville Presbyterian Church garden, the Peaceful Spirit Community Garden hastwo plots that This garden has 30 plots that are open to the general public for range in size from15-by-20 feet provided people help with its to 30-by-40 feet. Each plot costs free, maintenance. $30 for the season. Location: 6130 Lower Dry Creek Location: 1771 N.W.Madras Road, Warm Springs Highway, Prineville Contact: Lucinda Green, 541-460Contact: Kim Kambak, 541-7711923
• Ward Park CommunityGarden Located at the GaryWard Park, this garden has1210-by-12-foor plots and another 1210-by-20foot plots. Small plots cost $30, large plots cost $40. Location: 1143 N.W.9th St., Prineville Contact: Crook County Parks and Recreation, 541-447-1209 JEFFERSONCOUNTY • The Margaret DementGarden of Eatin' Managed by the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd andSt. Mark's Episcopal Church, this gardenhas four raised beds that are 4-by-25 feet and can besplit up into smaller sections for individuals. It also has fruIt trees and seven kinds of berries. Location: In front of the church at 395 S.E. CSt., Madras Contact: Dale Heckathorn, 541556-0026, firstname.lastname@example.org • Metelius CommunityGarden This garden doesnot haveany individual plots and instead consists of one large irrigated space
• Warm SpringsCommunity Garden This garden will have 20 to36 plots that will range in size from 10-by-20 feet to 20-by-20 feet. There is no charge to plant them. Location: 1233 Veterans St., Warm Springs Contact: Edmund Francis, 541553-2460
• Willow CreekCommunity Garden Originally managed byMountain View Hospital, thIs community garden now falls under the purview of the Madras United MethodIst Church. It has 20 plots with an average size of 4-by-8 feet. No cost. Location: C Street and11 Street, Madras Contact: Jill Plant at 541-4603333 or jillplant3©gmail.com
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Redmond. Contact: Darlene Woods, 541-309-1594, houseofhope email@example.com • St. Alban's Episcopal Church ManagedbySt.Alban'sEpiscopal Church, this garden features12 plots that are 19-by-20 feet. The plots come free of charge but gardeners must do their own weeding. Location: Next to the church at 3277 N.W.10th St.,Redmond
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VOLUNTEER SEARCH Volunteer Search iscompiled by the Department of HumanServices Volunteer Services. The organizations listed are seekingvolunteers for a variety of tasks. To seeafull list, and for additional information onthe types of help needed, goonline to www. bendbulletin.com/volunteer. Changes, additions or deletions should besent to1300 N.W.Wall St., Suite103, Bend 97701, email Therese.M.Helton@state. or.us or call 541-693-8988.
SENIORS AARP: www.aarp.org/money/taxaide or 888-687-2277. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'S ASSISTEDLIVING AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: 54l-385-8500. BEND SENIOR CENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. CASCADEVIEW NURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 54 I-382-7161. CENTRALOREGON COUNCIL ON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or 541-678-5483. LA PINE SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Karen Ward, 541-536-6237. LONG-TERMCARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM: NancyAllen, 541-312-2488. PILOTBUTTE REHABILITATION CENTER: 541-382-5531. PRINEVILLESOROPTIMIST SENIOR CENTER:Melody, 541-447-6844. TOUCHMARK ATMT.BACHELOR VILLAGE: 541-383-1414. UNITEDSENIORCITIZENSOF BEND(USCB):uscb©bendtel.net or 54 I-323-3344. VOLUNTEERSIN ACTION: 541-548-7018.
CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory@ cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. AFS-USA: www.afsusa.org or Caitlin Krutsinger, 503-419-9514. ALYCE HATCHCENTER: Andy Kizans, 54 l-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: firstname.lastname@example.org 541-382-4682. CASA(COURTAPPOINTED SPECIALADVOCATES): www. casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-16 I8. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLEOF FRIENDS: Beth,beth© acircleoffriendsoregon.comor 541-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE— CENTRALOREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPY© deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM: SteveGuzanskis, 541-678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS: 541-389-8146. GIRLSON THE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY:www.deschutescountygotr. org or email@example.com. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERTTEENSVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www.highdesertmuseum. org or 541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParent Training and Information Center, 888-505-2673. J BAR J LEARNINGCENTER: Rick Buening, rbuening©jbarj.org or 541-389-1409. JUNIPERSWIM & FITNESS CENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER: Lisa Weare, Iweare@ kidscenter.org, 541-383-5958. LA PINEHIGHSCHOOL:Jeff Bockert, jeff.bockert©bend.k12.or.us or 541-355-850 I. MEADOWLARK INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM: Teal Buehler, 541-617-9576. M OUNTAINSTARFAMILY RELIEF NURSERY: 541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext.115.
OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE:541-548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: http://extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READTOGETHER:541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 541-923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER: Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE: 541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREERPARTNERSHIP: Kent Child, 541-355-4158. SMART (STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org or 541-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VIMA LUPWA HOMES:www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-9634. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.
ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAY& NEUTERPROJECT: 541-617-1010. BRIGHTSIDEANIMALCENTER: firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-923-0882. CAT RESCUE,ADOPTION & FOSTER TEAM (CRAFT):www.craftcats.org, 541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 541-410-4122. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 541-330-0017. DESCHUTES NATIONAL FOREST: Jean Nelson-Dean,541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBON SOCIETY: www.ecaudubon.org or 541-24 l-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTALCENTER: www.envirocenter.org or 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, jennifergehsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOF THE OCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9115. PACIFIC CRESTTRAILANGEL: 541-604-4494. PRINEVILLE BLM:www.blm.gov/or/ districts/prineville/recreation/host.php or 541-416-6700. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING:Lexa McAllister, Imcallister@cocc.eduor 541-914-6676. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER& OBSERVATORY: 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: TomMottl, 541-416-6859.
ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND HERITAGE
88.9KPOV,BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIOSTATION:email@example.com or 541-322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOF THEREDMOND FRIENDSOFTH ELIBRARY:Linda Barker, 541-312-1064. ARTS CENTRAL STATION: 541-617- l317. CASCADES THEATRICALCOMPANY: 541-389-0803. CENTRALOREGON SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION: Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: 541-389-1813,10a m. to 430 p m. Tuesday throughSaturday. DESCHUTES PUBLIC LIBRARY HEALTH SYSTEM:541-312-1032. FRIENDSOFTHE BEND LIBRARIES: AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY: Charlie www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrachat Johnson, 541-434-3114. 541-617-7047. AMERICANREDCROSS: HIGHDESERT CHAMBER MUSIC: 541-749-4111. www.highdesertchambermusic. THE BLOOMPROJECT: www. com or IsabelleSenger at info© thebloomproject.org or Heidi Berkman highdesertchambermusic.comor at h.berkman©thebloomproject.org or 541-306-3988. 541-241-8845. HIGHDESERT MUSEUM: DESCHUTESCOUNTYHEALTH 541-382-4754. DEPARTMENT: Tuesday Johnson, PUBLICLIBRARY:Cindylu, Tuesday Johnson©co.deschutes.or.us LA PINE 541-317-1097. or 541-322-7425. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: HOSPICEOF REDMONDBrad, firstname.lastname@example.org or SISTERS:www.redmondhospice. 541-382-4366. org or Volunteer Coordinator at THE NATURE OFWORDS: 541-548-7483. www.thenatureofwords.org or MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL:JoDee 541-647-2233. Tittle,541-475-3882,ext.5097. REDMOND FRIENDSOFTHE MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL LIBRARY:541-312-1060. HOSPICE:541-460-4030 or Tori REDMONDINTERCULTURAL Schultz, tschultz©mvhd.org or 541EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb, 475-3882, ext. 5327. bonitodia©msn.com or541-447-0732. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: 541-317-0700. Eileen White, namicentraloregon© gmail.com. HABITAT FOR NEWBERRYHOSPICE:541-536-7399. PARTNERS IN CARE:www. HUMANITY AND partnersbend.org or MelaniePrice, THRIFT STORES 541-382-5882. RELAYFORLIFE: Stefan Myers, BENDAREAHABITATFOR 541-504-4920. HUMANITY: jbarry©bendhabitat.org or 541-385-5387. ST. CHARLES IN BENDAND ST. CHARLES IN REDMOND: BRIGHTSIDEANIMALCENTER 541-706-6354. THRIFT STORE: 541-504-0101. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, HABITAT RESTORE:DiCrocker, 541-585-9008. 541-312-6709.
HUMANE SOCIETYOFCENTRAL OREGON THRIFT STORE:Jen, jennifer©hsco.org or 541-382-3537. NEATREPEATTHRIFT SHOP:Peg, 541-447-6429. NEWBERRYHABITATFOR HUMANITY:541-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OFBEND:541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OF REDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITATFOR HUMANITY: Scott or Warren,541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITAT RESTORE:Roy, 541-548-1406. SISTERSHABITAT FOR HUMANITY: 541-549-1 I93. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— LAPINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— REDMOND: 541-923-5264.
GOVERNM E NT, CITY AND COMM U NITY THE CITIZENREVIEW BOARD(CRB): crb.volunteer.resources©ojd.state.or.us or 888-530-8999. CITY OFBEND:Cheryl Howard, choward©ci.bend.or.us or 541-388-5505. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher,541-317-3186or 541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOODASSOCIATION: www.drwna.org orBarbara atinfo© drwna.org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSON COUNTY VOLUNTEER SERVICES: Therese Helton, 541-4756131, ext. 208. LA PINERURAL FIREPROTECTION DISTRICT: Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARD DISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www. orcharddistrictneighborhood.com. SCORE:Bruce Michalski, www. scorecentraloregon.org or 541-316-0662. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048.
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left unknown. In this case, were in high school, they still though, it is pretty funny. help Tina. "Some of theepisodes feel It also leads to Maggie throwing hi m o u t o f the very 'Laverne & Shirley,'" house, which she can do be- St. Clair says. "When we get cause it is her home, inherited caught in h e r s h ower, the afterher parents died. whole episode gets played in Now Maggie needs Emma. her house. One of my favorMaggie needs her to help raise ites is called '37 Weeks.' And it the baby;Emma needs Mag- was right before Lennon gives gie as well. She needs a life be- birth so we all have to come yond boardrooms and a dic- together and get the house tatorial boss. But Emma had painted, and all these secrets fled small-town Connecticut come together. There is alfor a reason. most a Woody Allen feeling
"Playing House" 10 p.m. Tuesday, USA Network
By Jacqueline Cutler Zrtp2it
Emma and Maggie are lifelong best friends, the sort of
true friends who show up at the other's home in the middle of the night with a body bag and shovel and ask no questions. They love each other un-
"I grew up in this little town
conditionally, as childhood friends can even when their lives have gone in very separate directions as they have on USA Network's "Playing House," premiering Tuesday. "I feel like Jessica (St. Clair, who plays Emma) and I have been charged, in the greater scheme, of putting our version of joy into the world," says Lennon Parham ("Accidentally on Purpose"), who plays Maggie. "And I think it is an
where people knew your business," St. Clair says of her Evans Vestal Ward/ USA Network
Jessica St. Clair stars as Emma in "Playing House," premiering Tuesday on the USA Network.
relate (to) and feel with their BFFs."
The two actresses are best friends, and they created the
show together. Parham recalls, "In the summer of 2012 — and we do as we do when
Both of the best friends recently had babies, and Parham's pregnancy happened to coincide with the show, so
character. "I left because I never felt like I totally fit into this town and felt I was destined for more international things. I lived this fab life in China.
that is not a fake belly she's
wearing. Rather than
And it was kind of empty, but I There, she returns to Mag- am coming home." gie's home just in time for The town she fled is based the baby shower. This be- on Stonington, Conn., and comes the sort of baby shower Emma i s n o t p a r t i cularly where, if it were recorded, it keen to excavate her past. Of would go viral instantly. It is course she immediately runs not intended for anyone who into Mark (Keegan-Michael is easily offended or who finds Key, "Key 8 Peele"), her high PG humor blue. school boyfriend, who's now a
"Best Friends Forever," and the two are the sort of best
we get together to brainstorm an idea — we were both prob'Best Friends Forever' and the ably eating grilled cheese and small feedback we are getting watching 'Oprah's Favorite The women at the shower cop married to a delicate creaas the show is meted out, I Things,' so it will never end, are watching a montage of ture, Tina (Lindsay Sloane). think people are seeing them- and we both brought a few baby photos on the flat-screen In the very well-done secselves in the show and enjoy- things to the table of what we TV that is connected through ond episode, Maggie and ing seeing female friendship wanted our next project to be. the Wi-Fi in the house. Mag- Emma visit Tina, who has an portrayed in the way it really And Jessica said, 'What if we gie's husband is in the base- addiction to shopping on QVC, is. There are ups and downs, raised a baby together?'" ment, on his laptop, which is manic about how she keeps and you have each other's In the very funny pilot, winds up overriding what her perfect home and, as she backs — and not that catty Emma is an executive in a the women are watching at was in high school, is prone girl friendship you see a lot. business meeting in China, the shower. Let's just say that to injury. Even when Maggie And to bring joy and friend- trying t o e x t r icate herself what some men do online, and Emma revert to being the ship and stories people can so she can get on a plane to in their basements, is best less-than-sensitive girls they important job. And from the
Twitter responses we got with
unera ants s ou e s are
friends who finish each other's sentences. "What makes the show dif-
ferent is you will laugh your ass off," St. Clair says, "But you will also cry. It's kind of like a throwback to the old generation of 'Golden Girls' and 'Kate & Allie' and 'I Love
Lucy.' At the end of the day, these people really care about each other. It makes us feel good to write it. You feel better after you watch this show. There is no snarkiness to it."
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Dear Abby: My father passed they should have the plants their car. "How can I ever thank you? s away recently. Flowers and plants employers sent to the funeral. she asked. My reply was, "No were sent to the funeral home. When there are more flowers thanks are needed; just pass it on." After the funeral mass, the flow- and plants than the family can enTwo weeks later, I was at a parers were sent to the cemetery for joy, people often have them deliv- ty when a couple walked into the the gravesite services. Afterward, ered to nursing homes or homes for living room and the woman exI was asked to go to the funeral the elderly or disabled, where they citedly said, "There she is!" It was home to pick them can lend a burst of the woman from the market. She Up. color and good cheer. rushed overand proceeded to tell When I arrived, I P.S. Thank-yous to everyone how we met. DEP,R saw my sister-in-law the senders should Then she said she'd had her taking the plant her be sent by your sis- chance to "pass it on." I a sked employer had sent t ers-in-law fo r t h e what she told the person who had into her car. She said plants they took. thanked HER, and she said, "I said it was HER plant. The next day, Dear Abby:It seems strange to what you did, 'No thanks are needmy other sister-in-law went to my write to you, but I'd like to share ed — pass it on!'" mother's house to retrieve the plant this story about how small acts of Small kindnesses bring big reHER company had sent. kindness can multiply. wards. If anyone has been the Abby, I have never heard of this. On a dark, miserable afternoon, recipient of an act of kindness, reI thought that because the flowers I was out grocery shopping. The member to pass it on. It's the Goldand plants had been sent to my woman in line in front of me had en Rule. mother, it should be up to her to two small children and two full Thanks, Dear Abby — you "pass decide whether or not she wants carts of groceries. When all of her on" kindness with each column to distribute them. After all, she's bags were loaded, she began fran- you write. the one suffering the greatest loss. tically searching in her purse for — Living the Golden Rule What is the proper procedure for her car keys. When she couldn't in Washington plants to be distributed after a find them, she realized that, in her Dear Living the Golden Rule: I funeral? haste, she had locked them inside am a firm believer in passing it on — Chnstine in Missouri her car. I asked if I could drive her and have long shared that philosoDear Christine: The p l ants home to get a spare key and she phy withfriends.However,regardshould be shared. Your mother is agreed. less of how long you preach, the not the only person who is grievI helped her into her house with bestsermon isagood example. ing. Your sisters-in-law are mar- her bags of groceries, then drove — Write to Dear Abbyat dearabbycom
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HAPPY BIRTHDAYFORSATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014:Thisyear you have a very active dream life, and your imagination often takes off on wild flights of fancy. You will need to demonstrate self-discipline in order to stay present at work and/or in other important situations. If you are single, you often meet people, but quickly lose interest. Don't be
Stars showthe kind wig know when of dayyou'llhave yo u meet the right ** * * * D ynamic „+++ > l tlv e per son. A love of music might drawyou to that person. If you are * Difficult attached, the two of you might opt for a major change involving your digs. You could remodel or decide to move to a long-desired place. ARIESmight say little, but he or she understands you well.
ARIES (March21-April 19) ** * * A ppreciate the weekend, and make it an enjoyable time for you as well as others. Somewhere in the recesses of
yourmind,youhaveadesiretodosomething rather offbeat. Be willing to share the adventure. Tonight: Surround yourself with good music and friends.
TAURUS (April 20-May20) ** * The best intentions can fall to the wayside when you decide to change your plans. Indulge yourself and a need to be quieter than you originally thought. Your instincts point to inviting a special person over. Why not give him or her a call? Tonight: Play it easy, but enjoy the moment.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) ** * * You might want to question some basic tenets presented bya boss or higher-up. You could feel as if a long-term
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dream isn't grounded. Choose to be flexible with the moment. A partner or dear loved one is instrumental to your plans. Tonight: Follow the music.
CANCER (June21-July 22) ** * * Keep seeking out answers until you are satisfied with a situation surrounding an older loved one. Reach out to a friend or loved one at a distance. You might make plans very soon to meet, perhapssomewhere halfwaybetween your homes. Tonight: Paint the town red.
LEO (July23-Aug.22) ** * A loved one will want to take charge and handlt eheplans.Youcould be surprised at how a personal matter resolves itself. Now you can make time for a friend or older relative, even if it is just a lengthy chat on the phone. Tonight: Go along with
someoneelse's plans. VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept. 22)
** * * You could discover how important a close friend is to you. Not only does the caring flow, but this person also makes your life easier. Don't share your special time together with anyone else right now. You'll want to relate on a oneon-one level. Tonight: A close encounter.
** * Start working on a project that you have been putting off for some time. You might not be sure what the best way to handle a problem is. Try to avoid conflict, and don't escalate irritation over the existing issue. Tonight: Relax — you can choose to stay home.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Dec. 21) ** * * Stay centered, and remain sure about what you want from a domestic matter. You have avision of what should be happening, but it might not conform to reality. Have a practical discussion with
someonewhohassimilar values. Tonight: Flex with someone's wild idea.
GAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan. 19) ** * You'll want to stay centered when having an important discussion. You have a vision of whatyou want, butyouneed to communicate it. Don't be surprised if
ous. After all, you usually are very practical. Tonight: Invite friends over for a pizza.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) ** * * Your idea of what might be possible could change as you attempt to carry out a long-desired plan. Discussions will be animated, and they'll attract others' attention. Listen to someone you consider conservative yet full of good ideas. Tonight: Share a new interest.
** * * You'll start with the best inten** * Others could be so domineering tions, as you might want to add a couple that you might want to run away. You of new items to your home or wardrobe. havenotbeen inthebestofm oods,and What starts out as a good plan could perhaps you'd prefer tospendsomequiet, evolve into a major shopping spree. An relaxing time with someone you enjoy. Be idea you have might inspire you to want direct in how you handle a difficult permore. Tonight: Meet friends for dinner. son. Tonight: Choose for you. © King Features Syndicate
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3:30 p.m. on10, "NASCAR Racing" —NASCAR's Sprint Cup season continues with the Toyota Owners 400 from Richmond International Raceway in Virginia. Kevin Harvick lines up his No. 4 Chevrolet as the race's defending champion, having beaten Clint Bowyer last year by .343 seconds in a green-whitecheckered finish for his third win on Richmond's.75-mil eovaland 20th of his career. Harvick went on to place third overall in the 2013 Sprint Cup standings. 8 p.m.on ANPL, "My CatFrom Hell" — Cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy is backfor another season of mending relationships between out-of-control felines andthehumans who lovethem.
In the seasonpremiere, "Sky Diver's Nightmare," Jacques needs help reining in his two Savannah cats, who are channeling their excess energy into attacking people and destroying his possessions. Then Jackson takes on Wolfie, who is using the whole house as his cat box and his owners' stuff as his litter. 8 p.m. on LIFE, Movie: "Starving in Suburbia" —This new drama sheds light on a disturbing development: the "pro-ana" movement, which promotes anorexia as a lifestyle choice. Laura Slade Wiggins ("The Tomorrow
People") stars as a17-year-old
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("Necessary Roughness"), Mar-
cus Giamatti ("Judging Amy") and Sharon Lawrence ("Rizzoli
8 Isles") also star.
9 p.m. on 6, "NCIS" —The team must reopen a hit-and-run murder case after the prime suspect's lawyer tells Gibbs (Mark Harmon) that her client has a solid — but confidential — alibi. McGee (Sean Murray) wonders why Tony (Michael Weatherly) is behaving strangely in "Alibi." Pauley Perrette and David McCallum also star. 9 p.m. onSYFY, Movie: "Vikingdom" —If you aren't getting enough of a Viking fix from the "Thor" movies and the History series "Vikings," here's another tale, which incorporates some fantastical elements into its plotline. Dominic Purcell ("Prison Break") stars as Eirick, a forgotten king who is called upon to kill Thor (Conan Stevens, "Game of Thrones") before he lays his hands on some ancient relics that will allow the Viking gods to continue ruling over humankind. © Zap2it
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Larger fenced yon City - 3 bedroom, that Sunriver offers. acres, pellet stove, 1510 sq f t h o m e. 2.5 bath looking the 9th fair- sf, 0.5 AC i n g o lf rear yard for enter- 2.5 bath, 2801 sq ft. Great room floor plan $399,000. • Open floor plan & l iving an d bo n us with laminate wood w ay. L o w ma i n - course comm., suntaining, kids & pets. $419,000. Call Jacquie Sebulsky fenced yard r oom, central a i r , floors, crown molding tenance 2 bedroom, room, spa, wood & tile Chain link fence dog Call Duke Warner at 541-280-4449 or • Close to Old Mill and 2-stall barn/tack room, Downtown Bend j floors, RV park, mtn 2.5 bath, 2043 sq ft e nclosure 8 sm a l l Dayville, throughout. Nice Michele Anderson at river hay storage, fenced $1,099,000 & more. tucked beneath gra- view s torage shed t o o . 541-987-2363 master with full mtn • Craftsman style, 541-633-9760. • 4132 sq.ft. remodeled and cross fenced, RV cious p o nderosas. $499,000. MLS¹ too $249,000. MLS¹201304288 views. $219,900. MLS201310062 corner lot and family cover. $29 9 ,900. home new. $299,900. MLS¹201401159 Duke Warner Realty • 5 bedroom, 4 bath Jaynee Beck at Duke Warner Realty home ¹ 201401392. P a m Call541-480-0988. Settlemier, Pam Lester, Principal Bobbie Strome, 541-382-8262 www.johnlscott.com/the Call Tammy • .21 acre lot, 1 block Lester, Princ. Broker, Broker, Century 21 541-410-6009 Principal Broker Need to get an MLS201401864 resa from river C entury 2 1 Gol d Duke Warner Realty Gold Country Realty, MLS 201306412 John L Scott Real ad in ASAP? Theresa Ramsay, • MLS 201402624 Great Bend single level Country Realty, Inc., Inc. 541-504-1338 Duke Warner Realty 54'I -382-8262 Estate 541-385-5500 Broker 541-815-4442 541-504-1338 Greg Miller PC, home nestled on a You can place it 541-382-8262 New Home - 3 br, 2.5 John L. Scott quiet cul-de-sac close Broker, CRS, GRI online at: Immaculate Home, Keystone Ter r ace. Real Estate, Bend ba + office, 1936 sq ft, Cozy Home in Great to the popular Lark541-408-1511 NE Bendj $225,000 Summer Creek Three fully occupied www.johnlscottbend.com • 1756 sq.ft. gas heat, gas range, Rural Location - Yet www.bendbulletin.com spur trail featuring 3 •1572 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2.5 3182ysf tri-plexes logas fireplace, fenced, minutes to town! 1.92 bdrms, 2 bath, 1423 bath • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath cated just a few insulated garage door acres with 1 acre COI sq. with nice tile, new •Single level, open floor Just too many • Fresh interior paint, 541 -385-5809 from shopping w/opener. $229,900 irrigation & p r i vate paint in and out, great plan, gas f ireplace, blocks log accents collectibles? MLS201309300 well. 2049 sf with 4 Custom office area, large in- f orced a i r , A/C , & the facilities of Juni• MLS 201402344 Nor t hwest MORRIS Park. Exterior of Pam Lester, Princ. b edrooms, 2 b a t h- Crossing Home sulated garage and a private deck and 55+ per Jackie French, Broker REAL ESTATE buildings have vinyl Sell them in Broker, Century 21 rooms. Kitchen fea- Open floor plan and great large deck to community. 541-480-2269 siding and are neat The Bulletin Classifieds Gold Country Realty, tures eating counter, vaulted ceilings with enjoy. Lot is .26 acre •Refrigerator, W /D, and attractive. Inc., 541-504-1338 oversized pantry & and is easy to main- lawncare included. master on the main $325,000 for each trinewer cabinetry with and 2 additional bedEuropean Feel in tain with the sprinkler www.johnlscott.com/1 7 plex. NW Bend j $524,500 541-385-5809 Bend/Acreage glass accents. Living rooms downstairs with system. All this at the 297 • 2168 sq.ft. Pahlisch MLS ¹201309427, room PLUS a family bonus "sell fast price" of Shelley Arnold, Broker room. •Secluded & luxury on built MORRIS 201309433, acreage, mid-Bend room. Large master $539,000. LAZY RIVER SOUTH $ 225,000. 424 S E • 3 bedroom, 3 bath 541-771-9329 REAL ESTATE 201309444 suite w it h v a u lted Call Terry Skjersaa, •Remodeled with addiR emodeled 353 5 y Mustang Place, Bend. • Hardwood floors, John L. Scott Bobbie Strome, IM~ yy y ~ ~ yy y «0 tion tongue and groove S q.ft. home with 4 541-383-1426 MLS Heather Hockett, Brogranite kitchen Real Estate, Bend •Views of C a s c ade ker, Principal Broker ceiling with beam and bdrm + offic e and 3 NE Bendj $249,500 • MLS 201401052 201401838 54 1 - 420-9151www.johnlscottbend.com John L Scott Real Peaks bathroom with t i led baths. Master bath • 1728 sq.ft. C entury 2 1 Gol d Duke Warner Realty •4+ Debbie Johnson, Broker bdrm, 3.5 bath and shower. O v e rsized Impeccable C u s tom Estate 541-385-5500 with large jetted tub 8 • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 541-382-8262 Country Realty. 541-480-1293 new price! garage allows for exHome on 23 Acresnew tile shower. Me- • .16acre corner lot Knock your socks tra storage. Fenced Custom with Cascade www.johnlscott.com/sha Great home & shop on NW Tuscan design dia room, family room, • MLS 201309188 off views! and cr o ss-fenced. views, Corian, Vac, rona h uge kitchen w i t h Amy Halligan, Broker a huge 0.41 acre lot in with mountain views. •38 acres, win d ows, Sharon Abrams, CRS, irrigated Lots of mature trees bayed G reat room, m a i n handcrafted cabinets Redmond. Sgl story, 3 541-410-9045 Principal Broker, for shade and privacy. dbl-attached garage, level master, wine •Beautiful 2600 s q.ft. & granite counters, bdrm, 2 bath, 1792 sq wi t h 541-280-9309 home MORRIS $275,000. MLS 2 0x24 s h o p cellar and more. Pond walk-in pantry, sunft home on a v e ry overhead door, hot John L. Scott 201401545 and irrigation com- •120x64 barn with shop room with hot t u b. REAL ESTATE roomy lot. Updated t ub r o om , la r g e and stalls John L. Scott Real Real Estate, Bend plete the p ackage. Home has cedar eves I&~ ml y~ ~ ~ f enced area. M L S www.johnlscottbend.com beautiful h a rdwood $1,286,000. •20 minutes to Bend Estate 541-548-1712 with copper accents. flooring, kitchen cabiOne Story Home on 4 201305717. $299,000 www.johnlscott.com/74 MORRIS Call Jaynee Beck, E xterior siding o n netry with glass acAcres - Price ReNancy Popp, 510 REAL ESTATE 541-480-0988 Exquisite C r a ftsman cents, granite counhome, garages & Custom Built Home on - Call duced! 3 bedrooms, 3 Principal Broker Jean Nelsen, Broker MLS 201310033 storage bldg have just 698 Acres - 2692 sf, 4 Bungalow - Brand tertops with tile back bathrooms. 1680 sf on 541-815-8000 541-420-3927 Duke Warner Realty been painted. Watch new home in NWX 3 bed, 3 bath home with Crooked River Realty splash and large is4 acres with 3 acres Advertise your car! John L. Scott 541-382-8262 the wildlife from the lots of windows prob edroom, 2.5 b a t h land. Living room Plus Add A Picture! of State Water Right. Real Estate, Bend wrap-around deck or viding great Cascade Cute West Side Cot- with open layout and Family Room! Forced I ncredible Reach thousands of readers! Cus t o m Updated home w/vim ountain & Sm i t h tage Lots of opportu- designer fin i shing air heat with central Home on Acreage- www.johnlscottbend.com go to your private ac- Call 541-385-5809 windows, carpet & c ess to 300y f t o f The Bulletin Classifieds nyl Rock views. Only 6 nity to make this your touches. $529,000. A/C. Huge 1380 Sq Ft This home is made laminate floors. F/A Little Deschutes River miles from Redmond. dream! Near down- Call Terry Skjersaa at shop with 12' roll up with love and custom Where can you find a furnace, A/C, h e at frontage for fishing, New Construction 541-383-1426. 40 acres of flood & town and established door and storage loft f eatures i n helping hand? ev e ry & wood stove swimming or floating. 1425 sf, 3 br, 2 ba, pump wheel line irrigation. local MLS201401609 bus i nesses. will work for your RV! r oom. Looking f o r From contractors to heat. Trex deck, comDuke Warner Realty $495,000 All set up for cattle $235,000. private neighborhood, plete Fenced b a c kyard, lodge-style home suru n d erground 541-382-8262 MLS¹¹201309267 w/cross fences 8 cor- Call Terry Skjersaa, landscaped, with sprinkler system, pvt storage shed and lots rounded by w ildlife yard care it's all here Bobbie Strome, sprinklers. $134,900. rals. Private p ond. 541-383-1426 of paved parking area. this is it. 4 bedroom, in The Bulletin's well & 1600 sf shop, Principal Broker Seclusion & privacy + MLS¹201402230 MLS201402153 ¹201401030 John L. 2.5 bath, $899,900. Fabulous Floor Plan"Call A Service 1080 sf bar. Fenced & John L Scott Real Pam Lester, Principal wildlife on this propDuke Warner Realty Scott Rea l E s tate L arge living a r ea Call Candy Yow, cross-fenced. Professional" Directory Estate 541-385-5500 erty. $560 , 000. Broker, Century 21 541-382-8262 2/open kitchen, maple 541-548-1712 541-410-3193 MLS Gold Country Realty, $359,000. ¹201301950 & hardwood MLS 201304445 201400236 Deschutes River View cabinets Live in One, Rent the John L. Scott Real Inc. 541-504-1338 - 3 La Pine j $154,900 floors. Gas fireplace, Duke Warner Realty Great Location John L. Scott Real j $650,000 Other! Two separate Estate 541-548-1712 • 1704 sq.ft. 541-382-8262 bat h , • 2776 sq.ft, 3 bedroom, A/C, large m aster b edroom, 2 units on one tax lot. New Custom 3 BR/2.5 Estate 541-548-1712 • 3 bedroom, 2 bath suite 2/tile counters. 1858 sq ft on almost 3 bath Unique p e rsonality BA, 2024 sq ft home Perfect Starter Home 3 Good classified ads tell • 1 acre, near La Pine C ustom home. O u t • Slab granite, wood 3rd room upstairs for an acre. Light & bright homes. Front home on large lo t w / RV b edroom, 2 ba t h , State Park standing CASCADE floors office/extra. D o uble single level. $329,900. the essential facts in an has street access, 2 parking. Granite slab 1 144 sq f t w it h a t interesting Manner. Write • MLS 201310343 VIEW! 1878 sq. ft. 3/2 • Bocce Court car garage 2/opener. Call Carolyn Emick at b edroom and r e ar counter tops, profestached 2-car garage. + bonus room (not in • MLS 201401269 Home owners' dues 54'I -419-0717. from the readers view - not Rachel Lemas, Broker home is a one bed- sions series SS appli- Great location, min541-383-4359 c luded in s q . f t . ) include landscaping, the seller's. Convert the MLS20142321 JJ Jones, Broker r oom. B ot h ha v e ances, pantry, wood & utes to shopping, en541-896-1263 cherry cabi n ets, water, sewer, outside Duke Warner Realty facts into benefits. Show 541-788-3678 fenced y a rd s in tile floors, gas FP, tertainment and medihardwood 8 sl a t e, maintenance of t he 541-382-8262 the reader howthe item will Wiestoria A d d ition. fenced 8 central air. cal facilities. Oversized garage, ad building, co m mon help them insomeway. -e $260,000. $225,900 MLS¹ too $187,500. jacent to public land. area and snow re- FIND IT! This Call Jasen Chavez at new. 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Pick Your Colors - New Single Level Low The perfect s etting; 64055 Tanglewood, E agle C r ee k Go l f home on 0.15 AC in Maintenance Broken Top first fairFSBO. $589,900 Course Chalet - 1447 private neighborhood. •Large kitchen & open way, mature pondero- THE PROPERTY: 4.6 sq. ft., 3 b drms, 2 1425 sf, 3 br, 2 ba & floor plan acr e s . a cres, h ighly s e - baths, new hardwood sas, . 35 2-car garage. •1064 sq.ft. with addi- offered at $275,000. c luded, heav i l y floors & heat pump, tional attic space Cate Cushman, wooded, terrific loca- double car garage. $139,900. • No steps and e asy MLS¹201402233 Principal Broker tion, between Bend 18th Fairway of the Pam Lester, Principal care yard 541-480-1884 and Tumalo, attrac- Ridge Course, Broker, Century 21 ~2 Bdrm, 1.5 bath, 10 www.catecushman.com tive landscaping, multi $269,000. Call Lynn Gold Country Realty, Min. to OSU campus level decks, r efin- Princ. B r oker or Inc. 541-504-1338 ~$189,900 Won't Last ished 3 car garage, Donna, Broker at Tick, Tock heart shaped circle 541-408-2944, or Picturesque Ponderosa Long. 503-313-4237 Colleen Dillingham, drive, freshly stained Tick, Tock... Setting - B eautifully Broker 541-788-9991 cedar siding, excluCentral Oregon landscaped, RV John L. Scott ...don't let time get sive de v e lopment, Resort Realty parking. 3 bedroom, Real Estate, Bend good CC&R's, one Rare Find in The Falls 2.5 bath, 2443 sq ft. www.johnlscottbend.com away. Hire a owner, irrigation sysat Eagle Crest. Enjoy Offeredat$469,500. professional out tem, water feature. t he g orgeous m t n Cate Cushman, So Many Reasons to T HE H O ME : 27 0 6 views f r o m the Principal Broker L ove t hi s H o m e! of The Bulletin's sq.ft., 3-4 bdrms, forkitchen, dining, living 541-480-1884 Fantastic light "Call A Service mal dining room, 2.5 master bedroom. www.catecushman.com throughout this 4 bedbath, spacious and Professional" MLS 2014 0 1981 2.5 bath home Prairie Style A wbrey room, kitchen, granite and Directory today! $339,900 Eagle Crest on .21 acre corner lot. Suheated stone, vaults Village Home view from master. T he W i ndsor, N W and skylights, Pozzi Properties 866-722perb c r aftsmanship Mtn 3370 fenced, landt hroughout! Lig h t , Private, Redmond - Main floor windows, new carpet, ba c kyard. den/4th Reduced! Eagle Crest bright and private, at scaped sunken entertainment bedroom, lots garage, storhome . 2312 sq ft, this home Large of natural light, eating area, wet bar, formal C ustom $299,000 provides great sepa- age. bar in kitchen, land- study, extensive oak Gated community! 4 Call Becky Ozrelic at bdrm, 3~/~ b a t h, ration. For easy living, scaping, 3 bdrm, 2~/~ cabinets, fireplaces up 541-489-9191. 3208 sq. ft. on 14th the master bedroom is and down, newer heat b ath, 2235 s q ft . MLS ¹201402157 tee. Live year-round on the main floor, as Duke pump. $309,900. Call Jim Warner Realty o r p e rfect 2 n d is the laundry room. Hinton, 541-420-6229 Contact Scott Siewert. 541-382-8262 home. $478,000 541-410-2098 Upstairs provides 3 Central Oregon ReMLS¹201305107 bedrooms and a full Spectacular home on srsiewertObendbroadalty Group, LLC Call Charlie or Virband.com bathroom. $495,000. acreage. Hard to find single story ginia, Principal BroCall Bill Panton at •SE Bend on 4.81 acres 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1491 750 kers 541-350-3418 541-420-6545 - $519,900 sq. ft. on almost 1/4 Redmond Homes Redmond RE/MAX MLS¹201401814 ~ 4 Bdrm, 3 b a t h & acre in great location L and & Hom e s Duke Warner Realty den/office to t rails and 3 bdrm, 2-bath 1486 sq. Real Estate 541-382-8262 •M aster on main , close parks. $19 9 ,999 ft. home on 1 a cre Roomy single l e vel Private 8 Peaceful Set- triple-car garage 8 ¹ 201401175. Pam with Cascade views, on a large lot in ting - 3 bedroom, 3.5 barn/shop Lester, Princ. Broker, covered porch, o r- home www.johnlscott.com/45 in Redbath, 3816 sq ft home C entury 2 1 Gol d ganic garden, potting Stonehedge 436 mond. Open floor plan perched over the 11th Kellie Cook, Broker Country Realty, Inc., shed, dbl. g arage, with vaulted l i ving fairway of B r oken 541-504-1338 arden shed, fenced. room Plus a family 541-408-0463 Top's signature hole. 184,500. MLS John L. Scott Tumalo Acreage i kitchen f ea$1,045,000. 201307988. Call room, Real Estate, Bend $1,200,000 tures plenty of cabinCall Tammy Settlemier, Nancy Popp, www.johnlscottbend.com • 40 acres, Cascade etry, eating counter, 541-410-6009 541-815-8000 views large pantry, dining MLS201307193 Stellar Horse Training • 2952 sq.ft, 3 bedroom, Crooked River Realty area with access to Duke Warner Realty Property 3 bath 1272 Trail Creek - Cas- the huge back deck. 541-382-8262 ~Well maintained home • 48x36 RV garage/ bed r o om cade Mountain views! Master . 37.5 acres an d 1 7 shop Red Rock Ranch .41 acre lot backs to separation from addiacres irrigated Spectacular s e tting • MLS 201400366 creek & walking path. tional two bedrooms. with view of the Cas- •East mountain views Brandon Fairbanks, 2681 sq. ft., 3 bdrm, Two offices or hobby ~$530,000. c ades an d Sm i t h Broker, SRES, rooms. Landscaped 2y2 bath, triple car Rock. 79.56 acres, www.johnlscott.com/59 GRI, CDPE front and back with garage. $458,868. 63.2 acres of irritation, 819 541-383-4344 Lynn Johns, Principal fenced back yard that 3502 sq ft 4 bedroom, Sarah Eraker, Broker has lots of trees for Broker, 541-408-2944 503-680-6432 3 .5 bath home i n Central Oregon privacy. Forced air John L. Scott cludes guest apartgas with central air Resort Realty Real Estate, Bend ment and o u tdoor cond. ¹ 20 1 310177 www.johnlscottbend.com $199,900 One of the arena. $824,000. L. Scott Real MORRIS finest chalets at Eagle John Call Kris Warner, Estate 541-548-1712 Stunning Mou n tain REAL ESTATE Crest. Beautiful views 541-480-5365 Views - 3 bedroom, 2 of the 14th Fairway on Single Level Charmer in Duke Warner Realty bath, 1850 sq ft home Turn-Key C r aftsman the Ridge Course. NW R e dmond 541-382-8262 on almost 5 acres. Ir- Home - Located in Has never been in the $ 315,000. 4 bed rigated pastures with Rlver Rim j $319,900 rooms, plus office/ rental pool. MLS ¹ one o f P r i neville's pond. Great h orse premiere n e ighbor- 2013094033 • 1799 sq.ft. den, 2.5 baths, 2410 • 4 bedroom, 2 bath property. $490,000. sq ft. Brand new conEagle Crest hoods. This h o me Call Kit Korish at • Great room plan struction, fen c ing, Properties features a great room 541-330-2120 • MLS 201309843 front lan dscaping, 866-722- 3370 layout, kitchen pantry, MLS 201308768 Darryl Doser, custom tile. stainless appliances, Large corner Lot in Duke Warner Realty Broker, CRS MLS¹201310781 formal dining room Redmond w / 4 541-382-8262 541-383-4334 Call Jim Hinton, main floor master & bdrm, 2 bath home. 541-420-6229. S unburst Park - I m - upstairs master suite. $229,000 MLS Central Oregon Realty maculate single level 2 downstairs guest 2 0131 0490. C a l l Group, LLC do w n - Don Chapin, Princi3bd, 2ba, 1630 sq ft b edrooms, home on nearly 0.46 stairs guest bathroom, pal Broker, Spacious family home MORRIS centrally located & acre featuring pan- bonus room, utility 541-350-6777 REAL ESTATE oramic Cas c a de r oom w / sink, a t - Redmond RE/MAX a cross from V e rn Patrick Elem School. views. Rear yard is tached double garage, L and & Hom e s fully fenced; includes central gas heat & in Redmond. 2416 sq. Real Estate ft., 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath, paved RV parking heat pump. Fenced, Garage Sales asite $282,900. 2189 sq.ft., ni c e ly with (2)-30-amp sprinkled & extra large B onus single level, 3/2, fambackyard Room! Large Master Garage Sales plug-ins & a sewage landscaped ily room w/ gas firew/excellent privacy & dump. Great room is b edroom w/h u g e place, formal dining large patio, RV parkcloset & double sink Garage Sales vaulted and light 8 bright with a w ood- ing along with interior room, den, sunroom, vanities in the master Find them stove (also plumbed & e x t erior p a i nt. upgrades galore. For- bath! Light & b right SaleByOwner.com ID kitchen w/ eating bar for gas if a gaslog $269,900. in ¹ 23975895. Call that opens to a family fireplace is desired). ¹201400977 541-526-1206 for info. room, formal dining 8 The Bulletin John L. Scott Real Kitchen 8 utility room are also plumbed for Estate 541-548-1712 $315,000. Ad o r able formal living r oom. Classifieds gas, if that is your single level, just like Extra wide hallways, Turn-Key preference for cook- Vacation Rental new home in the de- large pantry, forced 541-385-5809 ing or clothes drying. •Sunriver e sirable 55+ commu- air heat 8 A/C, large xe c u tive Jenn-Air range, May- home nity of Eagle Crest. patio 8 fenced back River's Edge Village j tag r efrigerator & $199 , 000. Enjoy all amenities. yard. $625,000 Turn-key rental Amana d i shwasher •Golf course view MLS¹ 201 4 01988. ¹201401191 John L. • 3125 sq.ft. were installed in 2007. •Stunning remodel and Eagle Crest Proper- Scott Rea l E s tate •3 bedroom + offi ce, 541-548-1712 Large walk-in pantry over 3500 sq.ft. ties, 866-722- 3370 3.5 bath too! MLS¹ 201401439 www.korinac.johnlscott. • Beautiful .37 acre lot SW Redmond - Price $ 334,950 3 b d r m 2 $317,300. • MLS 201402483 combath, sgl level on the Reduced! Charming Bobbie Strome, Diane Robinson, Korina Chinchen, Ridge at Eagle Crest. house on a large lot, Principal Broker Broker, ABR Broker Open floor plan and .51 acres. 3 bedroom, John L Scott Real 541-419-8165 541-788-6154 bath, good condieasy lo w m a i nte- 2 Estate 541-385-5500 $189, 9 00. John L. Scott nance. MLS tion. Real Estate, Bend Sunrise Village i 2 01401722 Eagl e ¹201308901 www.johnlscottbend.com Crest Prop e rties John L. Scott Real $670,000 Estate 541-548-1712 866-722- 3370 • Remodeled 3705 sq.ft. Turn-of-the-Century MORRIS • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Charm - 3 bedroom, $339,900 The Falls at The Jefferson in desir• Office REAL ESTATE 2.5 bath, 2081 sq ft N W R e dmond Crest has so able • MLS 201306633 with special finishes to Eagle neighborhood, single many activities you'll Deborah Benson PC, complete this home. never be able to keep level, 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, Room for Everyone Broker, GRI, $539,900. up! Lots of windows to 2020 sq. ft. $295,900. S pacious home i n Preview Specialist Call Tammy Settlemier, bring in the Central ¹201306374 Eagle's Landing. 3 541-480-6448 541-410-6009 Jim Hinton Oregon su n shine. Call bedroom, 2~/~ bath, 541-420-6229 MLS201310532 MLS 2014 0 1996 2387 sq ft. Offered at Duke Warner Realty Eagle Crest Proper- Central Oregon Realty $339,500. 541-382-8262 Group, LLC ties 866-722- 3370 Cate Cushman, Principal Broker Unsurpassed Breath- $499,900. Well-Kept Home in SW Enjoy MORRIS 541-480-1884 taking Views of Smith watching the wildlife Redmond - $225,000. REAL ESTATE www.catecushman.com Rocks from almost on Cline Butte from 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathI&~ tly~ ~ ~ d e very r oom. 4 b r/ your covered patio, r ooms, 2414 sq f t . Roomy 4 Be d room 2.5ba, 2848 sq ft on carpet throughbedrooms are Newlarge Eastside Home - Tons 5.24 ac w/ 3.4 ac irri- guest upstairs boFind It in situated away f rom out, of updated room - 3 r o om . MLS Spacious deck the master suite. MLS nus bedrooms, 2 b a t hs The Bulletin Classif!eds! gation. to view stunning sun- 2 01402010 201402581 upstaiors, 1 bedroom, 541-385-5809 rises/sunsets. Horse Crest PropertiesEag l e Call Jeanne Scharlund, bonus room and bath 541-420-7978 property. $ 3 99,888 866-722- 3370 d ownstairs. La r g e Sunriver j $524,000 MLS¹ Too new. Central Oregon shop, storage rooms, • 2264 sq.ft. Pam Lester, Principal $539,000 - Enjoy that Realty Group, LLC l arge deck al l o n • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Broker, Century 21 WOW effect when you q uarter a c r e lot . • .30 acre Gold Country Realty, w alk t h rough t h e Looking for your next $229,900. • MLS 201400042 Inc. 541-504-1338 double door entry into emp/oyee? Call Becky Ozrelic at Jack Johns, an open living area. Place a Bulletin help 541-480-9191 Updated Home on 4 Broker, GRI Behind the Gate at ad today and MLS¹201400741 Acres - 3 bed, 3 bath, t he R e sort. M L S wanted 541-480-9300 reach over 60,000 Duke Warner Realty with 3 acres of pri- 2 01401958 Eag l e readers each week. 541-382-8262 vate w ater r i g hts. Crest Properties Your classified ad 1680 sq ft shop, 1080 866-722- 3370 will also appear on Serenity Now! Beautiful sq ft barn, fenced & custom home, approx bendbulletin.com cross-fenced. Under- $549,000 - Stunning which currently re3 253 sq f t o n 4 . 5 MORRIS views from this priground sprinklers & acres 2/.5 acre irrigaceives over REAL ESTATE more. $359 , 000. vate golf course loca1.5 million page t ion. P r ivate w e l l , tion. Featuring great I&~ dy~ ~ Op d ¹201400236 every month pond, close in, priJohn L. Scott Real r oom, w it h ha r d- views at no extra cost. vate and s e cluded SW Redmond j woods, dining area, Estate 541-548-1712 with too many extras Bulletin Classifieds $234,999 to wall windows.. Woodlands Golf wall Get Results! to mention. $672,900. • 2592 sq.ft. MLS¹ 201401153 Call Carolyn Emick at • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Course; open great Eagle Crest Properties Call 385-5809 or 541-419-0717. room with mountain • Cascade Mountain place your ad on-line 866-722- 3370 MLS 201304783 and lake views, 4 at views bdrm, 6 bath, 5,096 Adorable Cottage in the bendbulletin.com Duke Warner Realty • MLS 201402402 541-382-8262 sq.ft., o ff ered at Heights. $ 1 24,900. Minda McKitrick, Arched e n t ryways, Broker, GRI $1,195,000. 755 Sharp La Pine w/Palina Cate Cushman, oak hardwood floor541-280-6148 Views Principal Broker ing, large lot w/RV ac- Sunriver/La Pine Homes •Fenced 1.05 acre,1736 541-480-1884 cess, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath www.catecushman.com 1227 sq. ft., 500 sq. ft Make this old h ome •F amily room, d e n , asement. MLS ¹ stead, located right You're Gonna Love it! b move-in ready 201308245. Vicci Bo- o ff Hwy 9 7 , y o u r MORRIS .2 car garage and large Well maintained 3 get-away ret r eat. wen 541-410-9730 REAL ESTATE bedroom, 2 bath Central detached shop Oregon Realty Orig. home built in •Open pole barn, sun h ome w i t h hea t Group, LLC 1940 along with orig. IA~ A Qy~ ~ ~ d pump/AC. 20x27 gadeck, level backyard garage and storage The Davis, NW Redwww.edgreen.johnlscott rage, 20x13 s hop, Beautifully situated lot! shed, 1.63 a c res. mond 3 bdrm (den or fenced private back- 2681 sq ft, 3 bdrm, Home is very clean .com 4th bdrm), 2~/~ bath, yard, enclosed gar- 2~/~ bath, triple car ga- yet still has its unique Ed Green, Broker 1929 sq f t . h o me. den area. $199,000. rage. 227 H ighland traits. Possible horse 541-598-5666 Open great r oom, Call Becky Ozrelic at John L. Scott Meadow Loop, property behind home tons of cabinet space 541-480-9191 $433,388. Lynn in open field. $69,900. Real Estate, Bend in kitchen, 2nd floor www.johnlscottbend.com MLS201402006 Johns, Principal Bro- MLS ¹201300544 laundry rm, $294,900. Duke Warner Realty ker, 541-408-2944 Cascade Realty, Single Level Charmer ¹ 201307047. Jim 541-382-8262 Central Oregon 541-536-1731 • 1556 sq.ft Hinton, 541-420-6229 Resort Realty ~4 bdrm, 2 bath La Pine Retreat. Central Oregon Realty Zoning A l l ows for •Granite countertops Working at Home - 2 Desert Sky 1386 sq. ft. Looks like a Park! Group, LLC •Newer appliances br, 1 ba 792 sf, large 2 bdrm + office, Cas52900 Bridge Rd. The Highlands Gated, fenced lot 8 garage cade Mtn Views, light www.jackson-anderson. $120,000. MLS m ountain views. 2 w/attached s t o rage & bright open floor 201401915 Call Don com 10-acre parcels. Of- shed. $115,000. MLS plan. many e xtras Barbara Jackson, Chapin Principal fered at $550,000. 201401691 Broker $232,900. Broker 541-306-8186 Cate Cushman, Pam Lester, Principal Lynn Johns, Principal 541-350-6777 Principal Broker Broker, Century 21 Broker, 541-408-2944 John L. Scott Redmond RE/MAX Real Estate, Bend 541-480-1884 Gold Country Realty, Central Oregon Land & Homes www.johnlscottbend.com www.catecushman.com Inc. 541-504-1338 Resort Realty Real Estate
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trading possibilities • Prices begin at $21,000 • Fully furnished & turnkey • Call me for details
Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist
• Expansive northeasterly views of the
• One of la rgest homesites inBrasada Ranch
Ochoco Mountains and Pilot Butte • .29 of acre lot in Rivers Edge
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• This homesite offers 120 feet in width providing opportunity for many design options • Near river trail, golf, shopping and schools Call Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086
• Just 20 minutes from Downtown Bend MLS¹201306999 Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist
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• Only 7 minutes from downtown • Tetherow is a planned 700 acre community backing tonational forest and is the perfect home base for discovering the best of Central Oregon from biking and hiking, rafting and kayaking or dining and shopping Contact Brian for more information or a private tour. www. Tetherow.com
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New Master-PlannedTownhome Development in Midtown! • 3 bedroom townhomes starting at $252,500 • 4 units now under construction • Price includes custom level finishes with full landscaping, slab quartz countertops and energyeff icientconstruction • Locationsupportsthe active Bend lifestyle witheasy access to parks, trails, river and downtown
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• 4 bed, 3 bath, 1903SF • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • Newly cleaned carpets!! • Master onthe main • Updated appliances & windows • Great creek views from deck • Clean and well maintained • Cozy living room with fireplace home with largestonefireplace • Upstairs loft with built-in bunk style beds that sleep at least 6 • Close to pool, park, tennis, horseback • Enclosed hot tub area nding • Sold fully furnished MLS¹201308056 MLS¹201400495 Call CS Na mann, Broker 041-410-3110 or Deb Tebbs, roker Presidentl 541419-455 Lisa Lamberto, Broker 541-610-9697www.CILisa.com debtebbs firstname.lastname@example.org l www.debtebbsgroup.com
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935/937 Hidden Valley Dr., Bend • .23 of an acre, fully fenced yard • 2 bedroom, 1 bath on each side • Close to shopping • Never rented • Very well maintained MLS¹201402434
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• 4 bedrooms (2 main level suites), 3 baths • 3299 SF, .24 acre • One owner custom home with many quality features • Open, inviting great room, additional family room • 3-car tandem garage/2 with storage • Surround sound, radiant in-floor heat, heat pump, central A/C, wired for security. Call for more info!
Call Silvia Knight, Broker,ABR,SFR, Greenl 541-788-4861 www.silviaknight.com bendluxuryhomes@ gmail.com
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• Stunning Shevlin Ridge one level home, large 3-car garage • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3456 SF • Mountain inspired custom home • Upscale popular neighborhood • Gorgeous craftsmanship • Large kitchen, living space • Expanded deck & landscaping for rear privacy MLS¹201310941 Call Bri Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912
• 3672 SF on1.04irrigated acres • 4 bedrooms, 3 & 2half baths • 5-car garage • Backs USFS land • The only HOAapproved fenced backyard in Widgi Creek •Top qualityfinishesand the utmostprivacy • A must see! Call Silvia Knight, Broker, ABR,SFR,GREEN 541-788-4861 l bendluxuryhomes©gmail.com
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• Private Awbrey Butte cul-de-sac • Dream kitchen with large island & eating bar • Luxurious master suite • Separate in-law quarters on the main level • 5 bed, 5.5 bath, 5010 SF MLS¹201306569 The Norma DuBoisand Julie Moe Team, Brokers 541-312-4042 l www.TeamNormaAndJulie.com
Call Ron Davis, Principal Broker l 541%80-3096 www.oregonRanchAndHorse.com
61455 Ward Rd., Bend ( $699,000
3129 NW Colonial Drive ( $725,000
shopping & dining • Main floor living with open kitchen flowing into family room,
sunroomand masteronmain • Upstairs offers bed¹1full bath • Covered front porch and open deck for entertaining in backyard
• 5 beds, 3 baths, 2971 SF • 5 acres, 3 acres irrigated Bssr» ass • 3-stall barn ' I 0«' • FULL CASCADE VIEWS! • Charming country flair! • Close to town! MLS¹201402091
•Home ishandicapped equipped MLS¹201403342
Call Jodi Kearney, Broker l 541-693-4019
Call Chris Sperry, Principal Brokerl 541-749-8479
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Beautiful 3107 SF custom Prairie Style home on a .64 acre lot Mt. Hood, Jefferson, Eastern mtns. & City views Slab granite, hardwood floors¹1 windows galore Lovely wrap-around cedar deck Don't miss this incredible home!
Call Natalie Vandenborn, Brokerl 541-508-9581 Nvandenbornegmail.com
7991 SF 2.8 acres with 400' of private river frontage 800 SF guest cabin 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, indoor lap pool River & golf front property Adjacent 3.49 acre lot available at $799,000
• Minutes to downtown for .
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612 S. Pine Meadow, Sisters( $362,000
• High quality log home • Huge shop/RV barn with guest quarters • 407 acre site borders thousands of acres of US Forest • Two large ponds • Lots of wildlife MLS¹201305867
• New construction on level 1+ Acre lot • Stunning Northwest style w/high end finishes • Open great room f!oor plan, comfortable yet elegant • Master + Den on main level, 3 additional bedroomsup • Oversized 3-car garage & 3 outdoor living areas • Gated community w/tennis courts, clubhouse & trails MLS¹201303701
Call Brian Ladd,Principal Brokerl 541-408-3912 firstname.lastname@example.org
Close to Town Country Living ( $615,000
• 4bed,3bath,3381 SF • 10 irrigated acres w/wheel line 'Q l
• Shop 1 - 2 cargarage+ office & den • Shop 2 - 5 cargarage • 2 ponds MLS¹201308637
Call Bobby Lockrem, Broker l 541-480-2356 blockrem@gma!I.com
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20366 (Lot 3) Chase Road, Bend ( $269,900
1147 NE Viking Ct. ( $230,000
Lot in Super Hot Tetherow ( $212,000 • Flat, easy to build lot is tucked into the eastern edge of Tetherow, called
The Glen, allowing for pdivacyand quiet but close enough to all the amenities Tetherow has to offer • Tetherow community is more than an award winning golf course, it offers open spaces, miles of trails and direct accessto Deschutes NationalForest just minutes from downtown Bend! MLS¹201310156
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Perfect Family Home & Neighborhood( $399,000
60826 Scotts Bluff Pl., Bend ) $399,900
• 2719 SF, 4 bed, 2.5 bath • Huge kitchen, hickory • Wood floors • Central vac • 3-car tandem garage • Beautiful perennial .15 acre yard MLS¹20140259
Call Joanne McKee, Brokerl 541480-5159
Peaceful Sunriver Location ( $439,900
60405 Snap Shot Loop ( $469,750
Call Rhonda Garrison, Principal Broker 541-279-1768
Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912
19664 Aspen Ridge Dr. ( $499,900
Broken Top Townhome ( $515,000
Stones Throw to River ) $525,000
Call Jordan Grandlund, Principal Broker 541-420-1559 or Stephanie Ruiz, Broker 541-948-5196 www.PointsWestBend.com
On the Rim Whychus Creek "Sisters" f $645,000
• Dramatic foyer & living area
Resort • Next to WidgiCreek&theDeschutes RiverTrail MLS¹201307670
• Modern, upgraded home in Whisper Ridge • Fabulous 18th fairway views " • 3 bedroom suites • Tile floors throughout main level • Upgraded kitchen, vaulted ceilings • Main level master suite • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2199SF MLS¹201311032
• 4 bedroom, 3.5bath, 3-car garage • 3354 SF ona .24 acre lot ; • Finest of finishes •Gourmetkitchen • Open & bright ffoor plan • Largeoutdoorliving • Community pool¹i park Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO
•4bedroom,3.5 bathroom • 2540 SF &2-carattached garage • Granite, hardwood &tile throughout • Easyliving inapark-like setting • OwnerprivilegesatSeventh Mountain
Call Greg Barnwall, Broker l 541-848-7222
•Stunnin g RenaissanceHome
• New construction,luxurytownhome
• 17613 (¹10) Sparks Lane,Sunriver • 4 bed/2.5 bath, 1810SF • Deckson levelsand lotsofpaved parking area • Charming greatroom design • Lava rockfireplace, vaulted wood ceiling • Close to SHARC aquatic & the river
• Spacious openfloor plan • 2110 SF, 3 bed, 2.5 bath • All bedrooms areupstairs , eModelhomequality • Breakfast bar island • 3-car garage
• Build your dream home while you live in loft area or your RV • MLS¹201105898
Call Bruce Boyle, Broker l 541-408-0595
• Easy accessto river trail
• Bath, laundry area, septic, well & pumphouse •RVhookups inside & out,100am p breaker in shop • Great location between Sisters & Bend
across the street from park MLS¹201310968
• Permitted GP Building w/livlng quarter/loft
construction • Master on main level, vaulted ceilings, open floor plan e Quality finishes: tile countertops & floors, engineered wood floors
• Fenced yard, landscaped,
Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912
Call Chris Sulak, Broker l 541-350-6164
17940 Parkway Lane ( $350,000
• 1552 SF, 3 bed, 2 bath, new
• Desirable Mid-town home • Great cul-de-sac location •Light& bright,3bed,2 bath • 1236 SF, well-kept home • Gas stove in main living area • New exterior paint
Lot 33 on Cozy Dryer Court
•Customhom e,3bed,2.5bath • Single level 2773SF • Open floor plan w/upgrades • Stunning views, 2.5 acres • Large backdeck • Oversized 2-cargarage MLS¹201310275
• Exquisit e m aster sui te
., • 3346 SF • Beamed cathedral ceihngs & loft
• 4 bedrooms, 2 full, 2 half baths • Beautiful extensive decks • Top end hot tub • 26 Siskin Lane
The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team, Brokers
Call Greg Barnwell, Broker l 541-848-7222
Call Rod Hatchell, Broker l 541-728-8812
541480-4186 l melanieemelaniemaitre.com
541-3124042 l www TeamNormaAndJulie.com
Brand New Construction In Tetherow
61463 Hackleman Ct.- Tetherow ) $939,500
• Cascade Mountainviews! m • ChristianGladuDesign homeand TimberlineConstruction collaborated to designthisspaciousli efficient homeinTetherowGolf Club • Homepositionedfor passivesolar gainsand2ndffoorviewsof Cascades • Currentlyunderconstruction and slated tobecompletethissummer! Call formoredetails! Call Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086 '
• Inspired mountain contemporary home • Master suite & junior master • Dramatic architecture • High ceilings • COBA Tour-level finishes/
Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912 briantgrbendpropertysource.com
3412 NW Greenleaf ( $1,495,000 • 1 acre atNorth Rim,gated • 5294 SF, 4 bed, 4.5 bath • Dream kitchenw/Dacor appliances • 2-car+ I-car garagewith shop areas ;¹ • Media w/wetbar &workout room
' e*l c t t fireplaces/hood • Custom wrought-iron railings &
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• Premium lot includes golf membership MLS¹201308628
Awbrey Butte with Mt. Views ( $1,250,000
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accents •Expansive deckw/mt.views • Main level master & guestroom • 4 bedrooms,4.5 baths,4900SF • .52acre lot MLS¹201403130
• Close to town on river trail
Call Susie H alfer, Broker l 541-410-3114
Call Ken Renner, Principal Broker l 541-280-5352
Hand scribed log lodge home, 10 acres 4 bed, 2.5 bath, luxury features, extra guest quarters RV & horse friendly, out buildings & storage galore Bonus media room, large private office w/view, outdoor living w/spa & gazebo • Unique community common area w/access to Whycus Creek, hiking, fishing fjt more! • Call for a viewing today! MLS¹201403310 Call Jodi Satko, CSP Broker l 541-550-0819 email@example.com
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4 beds, 2.5 baths Main residence 3428 SF Additional 1 bedroom guest suite Lightly lived in and located directly across from Sawyer Uplands Neighborhood Park, northerly views MLS¹201403317 Call Silvia Knight, Broker, ABR, SFR, Green 541-788-4861 l firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Construction by Norman Building & Design • Peaceful inner courtyard w/ natural landscaping • Single level home with 4-car garage • Stunning great room, dining, kitchen • Extensive use of hardwoods • Cascade & terrain views on 3+ Acres in l.ane Knolls Estates MLS¹201402341 H.
Call SaOny Kohlmoos, Broker, CRS l 541-408-4309 www.bestbendhomes.com
• Stunning Cascade Mountain views • Custom home 3718 SF, 3 bed, i 2.5 bath • Quality finishes: knotty alder cabinets ,granite countertops, two fireplaces, birch wood & tile floors • Bonus room, office, security system, 3-car garage • Landscaped,sprinklersystem,patio '
• Club amenities included with membership MLS¹201402950 H
Call Pam Mayo-I'hillips, or Brook Havens, Principal Brokers 541-923-1376 l www.desertvalleygroup.com
• 20+ acres/home sits at back of property • Custom built 3216 SF home • 4bedroom, 3 bath+ office+ workout room • Spectacular mountain views from decks/many rooms • Income producing dog boarding business • 30x40 shop 8c full bath • The perfect gathering place for groups • Located between Redmond & Sisters/Near Eagle Crest Blvd. MLS¹201403216 Call Myra Gtrod, Broker l 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker l 541-788-6767 myra. amteamtgrcascadesir.com
• 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3167 SF • Rooftop terrace Cascade View • Gourmet kitchen, built-ins • Walking access to town/trails • Upgrades throughout • 2-car garage, personal elevator MLS¹201311003 see video at http://www.36swwallstreet.com/ M
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Call Natalka Palmer, Principal Brokerl 541480-1580 Or Glenda Mackie, Brokerl 541-4104050
Call Pam Mayo-Phillips, or Brook Havens, Principal Brokers 541-923-1376 l www.desertvalleygroup.com
• Open spaces, the high desert at its finest, championship golf course • Wild sunsets, breathtaking and endless westerly mtn views, equestrian center, spa and fitness center • 5400 SF green built estate home is situated on .75 acre • 3 stunning suites with balconies, a butler pantry, wine cellar, complete outdoor kitchen, hot tub, energy efficient solar system, truly a legacy property! MLS¹201402853
• 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 3101 SF with river view
• 5 acres, 4acresirrigation • Custom home: 5987 SF,3bed, 4 bath • High quality finishes, 3fireplaces, 2mastersuites,gourmetkitchen •Outdoorheated pool,landscaped,greenhouse •Shop/RVgarage-2880SF,3doors,concretefoor • Barn, paddocks,fenced,gated MLS¹201309777
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Mfd J M o bile Homes with Land 53509 B i g T i m ber,14198 SW Nine Peaks Culver! 10y AcresEagle Crest Lots. .32 Multi-Family Lot - Flat 32.42 Acres in Urban Beautiful 2 0 Acre Pl., CRR Mtn. views Set-up for horses, acre lot on a quiet RM zoned lot in de- Growth B o u ndary, H omesite w i t h 1 0 $99,900. 3 Bdrm, 2 63737 Cascade 2 bdrm, f i/~ bath mfd. b ath, 1188 s q . f t . from this 1960 sq. ft., 3-stall barn, numerstreet MLS sirable East s ide Adjacent t o The acres irri g ation. Village Dr. home on one acre. home, w i t h new 3 bdrm., 2 bath home ous o u t buildings, 201401951 $65,000; neighborhood at the Greens, kitty corner to $349,900. Charming 2 bdrm, 2 Home has potential decks. H igh Lakes on 1.16 acre. 936 sq. guest quarters & Gorgeous b u i lders base of Pilot Butte. new Ridgeview High Call Tammy Settlemier bath, 1450 sq.ft., Sil with a Ramada roof. Realty & Pr o perty ft. garage has a shop more. $31 5 ,000 dream over 1/3 acre $62,000. School. $ 7 5 0,000. at 541-410-6009. verCrest home. Sits just needs some tlc in Management area plus 2 bays. RV MLS¹201305577 which backs to com Call Brook Criazzon at MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 MLS¹201401808 on large corner lot the mtenor. C edar 541-536-0117 covered storage & Call Charlie or mon area for privacy 541-550-8408 or Pam Lester, Principal Duke Warner Realty with extra p arking. fence in b a ckyard, 541-382-8262 carport. $12 9 ,500 Virginia, Pri n cipal MLS 2014 0 1720 Aubre Cheshire at Broker, Century 21 Decorative t o uches 24x42 upgr a ded Just bought a new boat? MLS 201208272 Brokers 541-598-4583. Gold Country Realty, $114,000; Stunning Sell your old one in the throughout. Light and greenhouse, de 541-350-3418 Juniper Realty, Cascade mtn views MLS201401236 Inc. 541-504-1338 Find exactly what classifieds! Ask about our bright with nice open tached studio which 541-504-5393 Redmond R E /MAX from .55 acre lot on Duke Warner Realty Super Seller rates! you are looking for in the floor p l an . G r e at has 2 growing rooms 541-382-8262 5 acres fenced and par L and & Hom e s upside of street with 541-385-5809 mountain views from attached. Owner may CLASSIFIEDS 14482 SW Pony Trail in Real Estate tially cleared. Area common area behind. large front deck. A carry with a g reed One acre year-round 14754 C a mbium CRR. Like new home with tr e e s and 20140 1 89 must see! $61,500. terms. $95,000. MLS Front P roperty MLS Broken Top I $269,000 home o r v a cation $ 149,900. 3sm a ll built in 2001 that has Lake meadow. Per f ect Bre a thtaking $195,000 Cascade Village 201402171 Cascade building sites $34,500 place to build a home • .45 acre lot home with large work- always been a vaca- with Eagle Crest Properties Homes N.W. LLC Realty 541-536-1731 $79 5 ,000. 866-722-3370 o wner terms. O n with horse property. • Backs non-developshop and g a rage. tion h ome. U n o b- Views! 541-388-0000 paved road, pwr 8 ment zone High Lakes Realty & structed mtn views, 2 Remodeled in 2006. Just out of la Pine in area, spacious 13601 SW Canyon Dr. wtr. 6 mi. to Prineville Klamath terrain Property M a nage- bdrm, 2 bath on 2.58 Loft Cou n t y.•• Flat 1980 sq.ft. home, newly 2 bdrm, 1 bath mfd. MLS 201400288 ment 541-536-0117 acres. Master bath master suite, 3 fire- 1.13 acres in CRR, 54'I -350-4077 $65,900. MLS updated kitc h en, home that has been Cathy Del Nero, has garden tub and places, 4 bedrooms, 2 Mt. Jefferson views, On the 4th Fairway of 210401781. Cascade fenced/gated, huge well maintained. Cov 15468 Ferndale Ct. 3 Broker, CSP separate walk-in bathrooms, 4500 sq ft Access to the prop B roken To p Realty, 541-536-1731 bonus room, w/sepa- ered front porch for Go l f bdrm, 2 bath, 1762 erty from 2 streets ex 541-410-5280 shower, New Pergo on 6.8 acres. MLS¹ rate entrance, natural extra space. large RV sq. ft., 1.61 acres. flooring and windows. 2 01400129. Da v i d pands the possible Course - Double lot. People Lookfor Information light. 1-acre. $154,900 cover with additional Gated c o m munity. $255,000. High Lakes Large Franke, 541-420-5986 building sites. owner composite side for carport, stor - MLS 201308329 About Products and Realty 8 Pr o perty decking, Hardi-plank Central Oregon Realty will carry. $ 58,500 $239,500. Call Nancy Popp Prin- age room b e hind. Services EveryDaythrough Call Terry Skjersaa, Management Group, LLC ¹201106385 siding. $110,000. cipal Broker, 541-815- $59,900. p r o perty. 541-383-1426 541-536-0117 The Bulletin Classiffer/s Juniper Realty Juniper Realty, Large home with guest MORRIS 8000. Crooked River MLS ¹ 201 4 02452 MLS201402145 541-504-5393 541-504-5393 quarters. 4bdrms, 3 C ascade Real t y 16404 Burgess Road, REAL ESTATE Realty Duke Warner Realty 7 965 SW R i ver R d . 541-536-1731 La Pine. 2 bdrm, t i/~ 1.56 acres, 1620 sq.ft. baths, on 5.27 acre 11849 Larchwood Dr. 541-382-8262 2.79 acres, g r eat Check out the Cl e ared, bath, 1354 sq. ft. 1.37 Tastefully done spa- horse property fenced $25,000. views near the Desuild Y o u r Dr e a m classifieds online acre. $89,900 High cious home sitting on and x-fenced, shop ready to build, w/utili Vacant Lot in Crooked chutes River. and ter- B Home Here 10 acres Mfd. homes currently Lakes Realty & Prop- the CR rim, dble ga- area with s t orage. ties. High Lakes Re River Ranch $34,500. rific fishing at Steel- at the H ighland at www.bendbufletin.com 2 used as ren t als. alty 8 Property Man Level 8 treed build- head Falls. $49,000 Broken erty Ma n agement rage with a ttached $349,900. Updated daily Property has a ton of Top, ¹201401229 Call Gail agement 541-536-0117 able lot, 1.44 acres. tack room and horse Day 541-306-1018 $550,000. First home 541-536-0117 Enjoy all the ameni- ¹201009429 sq.ft. shop w/heat, potential. Juniper Realty Call Jacque Sebulsky, 864 is built i n 1 973, 2 16772 Elk Ct., stall. Located off a Central Oregon Realty ties or ranch living. RV pad w/dump, 3 1 50130 R obert R d . 541-504-5393 541-280-4449 or 1 bath, and the $110,000. 4 bdrm, 2 paved road. $229,000 Group, LLC 201309880. Gai l bdrm, 2 bath beauti- bdrm, $64,900. 19.62 acres ¹Day, Michele Anderson, home is built MLS 201309151 bath, 1620 sq. ft. 1 5 4 1-306-1018 Amazing Sunsets! Big fully appointed home. second Just bought a new boat? ready for your home. 541-633-9760. in 1998, 2 bdrm, 2 Linda Lou Day-Wright. acres. High L akes Central Oregon ReEnclosed garden, with Sell your old one in the 541- 771-2585 High Lakes Realty 8 alty Group, LLC Cascade M o u ntain MLS 201310547 bath. The homes are Realty & Pr o perty "Dynaraised beds. classifieds! Ask about our Property M a n ageand Deschutes River Duke Warner Realty n a t o tal o f 4 . 15 Crooked River Realty Management mite" Cascade views. o Super Seller rates! views. 5.89 acres with ment 541-536-0117 541-382-8262 acres. Storage build541-536-0117 541-385-5809 One acre. $139,900 1811 Stallion Road. 3 Find exactly what a c res i r rigation. ings, carports. Nice Pond e rosa you are looking for in the 2Property 1 7044 W h ittier D r . , bdrm home amazing Near Smith Rocks, gor- 15194 borders Tu- Views! Views! Views! MLS 201309296 clean property. MLS $149,900. Flat, open, Nancy Popp, Principal ¹201306120. $89,900. 3 bdrm, 2 remodel, 5 ac r e s. geous 3 bdrm, 3 bath, Loop. $55,000. Level m alo S t at e P a r k . CLASSIFIEDS acre, build or buildable 9.7 acres in Broker 541-815-8000 bath + den, 1404 sq. $274,900. High 3880 sq.ft. $694,000 1.41 Room for everyone $139,900. C ascade High Lakes Butte. Crooked River Realty ft., garden tub, one Lakes Realty 8 Prop- ¹ 201300784. Call camp. and ever y thing. Powell Realty 541-536-1731 Realty & Pr o perty 773 ¹201310923. D a v id acre. High Lakes Re- erty Man a gement Linda Lou Day-Wright. Management $1,350,000. FACTORY SPECIAL Franke, 541-420-5986 alty & Property Man- 541-536-0117 541- 771-2585 Crooked 541-536-0117 Acreages Call Jaynee Beck at New Home, 3 bdrm, Beautiful, well cared for agement 541-480-0988. MLS Central Oregon Realty River Realty $46,500 finished Group, LLC 3 bdrm 2 bath mfd. 2.4 Acres with Cas 541-536-0117 201303572 People Look for Information 20+ ACRES in West on your site. cade views in SW h ome on 1'/~ a c re Duke Warner Realty Have an item to Powell Butte Estates, J and M Homes About Products and Check out the 1 7050 W h ittier D r . , Redmond. irrigated corner lot close to gated co m munity, 541-382-8262 541-548-5511 Services Every Day through classifieds online $88,900. 3 bdrm, 2 sell quick? horse property, 4 pavement, Wrap mtn. views, private bath, all appliances, b drm, 2 i / ~ ba t h The Bulletin Classin¹ffs www.bendbtrlletin.com around kitchen with If it's under 780 well, paved roads with Badlands Wilderness one acre. High Lakes home. $344,500 lots of counter and Updated daily BLM. out your back door. 20 Mfd./Mobile Home '500 you can place it in 1.71 acres, septic ap- access t o Realty 8 Pr o perty Call Don Chapin, c upboard spa c e , acre homesite with p roved power a nd $169,000 MLS Management with Land Principal Br o k er laundry r oo m o ff The Bulletin CUP and mountain Take care of water at the street. 201305077. 541-536-0117 kitchen has back door 541923-0855 RedPam Lester, Principal views. $18 0 ,000. your investments $39,900 ¹201307972 Classifieds for: 1146 Linda Drive, La RE/MAX Land t o g a r age ar e a . Possible terms. B roker Century 2 1 1716 Te r re t Rd, mond Linda Lou Day-Wright. Pine. double wide, 2 $154,900 MLS Homes Real Eswith the help from Gold Country Realty, Call Kit Korish at $354,000. 3 b d rm., & 541- 771-2585 '10 3 lines, 7 days car garage, s h op 201303530 541-480-2335 Inc. 541-504-1338 2611 sq.ft. home on 5 tate Crooked River Realty The Bulletin's $98,000. High Lakes Cascade Realty, Den'16 - 3 lines, 14 days MLS¹201304808 acres, Irg shop. 5780 NW 66th Lane Realty & Pr o perty nis Haniford, Princ. 5 3717 D a y Roa d , 1 5805 Sixth S t. , L a Duke Warner Realty "Call A Service High Lakes Realty & Redmond. 4 bdrm on 5 (Private Party ads only) $70,000. 1 acre has P ine, 1 0 Management Broker 541-536-1731 Acr e s . 541-382-8262 Property ManageProfessional" Directory acres, 40x50 shop, 541-536-0117 double garage with Owner Fin a ncing ment 541-536-0117 10 fenced, borders BLM. Powell B u tte! living quarters. High available. $ 8 4,500. Cascade Lakes Realty & Prop- High Lakes Realty & 3 bdrm, 2 bath frame $285,000. 541-815-1216 ACRESI mtn views! 3863 sq. erty Ma n agement Property home on 1 acre. 1232 5.82 acres 3 bdrm, 2 M a nageft. custom home. 541-536-0117 ment 541-536-0117 sq. ft., attached dbl b ath, 1560 s q . f t . Private office garage, fenced and Large 28x32 sq. ft. w/separate e ntry, Black Butte Ranch 16160 SW Dove Rd. has woodshed. shop, dble car garage. shop/RV bldge and Perfect location for 6.1 acre corner lot w/ $135,000. MLS Fenced for h orses. more! $75 4 ,900 your custom home. access from paved 20141970 C ascade Near the entrance of MLS¹ 2 0 1303502. Large wooded corner st., power installed, Realty 541-536-1731 the ranch. $279,000 Call Charlie or Virlot, .54 a c r es. terrific mtn. & green MLS 20130955 $239,000 ginia, Principal Bro51377 Walling Ln., valley views, near Call Linda Lou Cate Cushman, kers 541-350-3418 La Pine. cabin on 1.24 Steelhead Falls and Day-Wright, Broker, Redmond RE/MAX Principal Broker acre, pole barn, city D eschutes Riv e r . 541-771-2585 541-480-1884 L and & Hom e s waterr. $69, 0 00. MLS $79,900 Crooked River Realty Real Estate www.catecushman.com High Lakes Realty 8 201205646 Property Ma n ageA diamond in the rough! Juniper Realty Bring Y o u r Own Check out the 541-504-5393 ment 541-536-0117 B uilder! Lots a r e classifieds online Great deal for cash available i ndividubuyer-handyman! 3 51830 Pine Loop Drive, www.hendbtrlletin.com SW Chinook Dr. ally, utilities are in 16535 La Pine. $ 119,000 bdrm, 2 bath, 1742 5.68 acre rim lot w/ Updated daily and ready to g o! 1.21 acre, f ended, sq. ft., Ph acres, priamazing Smith Rock, Start now and move outbldg., 1152 sq. ft. vate well, built 1995. Views Galore! Smith Crooked River & mtn. Call f or det a i ls. Rock views on a quiet in by summer! h ome. 1950 sq. f t . views Located on the Frankwithremax.com co u ntry MLS dead-end home. High L a kes $159,900. pavement close to the Call road. Spacious 2700 Hager Mountain Estates e ntrance o f Realty 8 Pr o perty 201400707 C RR. sq. ft. home boasts 3 Nancy Popp, PrinciManagement ca r r y. 4 lots, $25,000 each lo- owner w i l l Broker bdrms, 2 baths, huge 541-536-0117 pal MLS in Silver Lake. $225,000. 541-815-8000 country kitchen, din- cated Underground power 201106408. J uniper 5 1884 Fordham D r . Crooked River Realty ing area, large util. and conduit for phone Realty 541-504-5393 $249,500 4 bdrm, 3 room and a b a se- and internet. Views of b ath, 2206 sq . f t . Cinder Butte Estates m ent which i s i n - Hager Mountain. Sep- 16685 SW Chinook Dr. h ickory, t ile. H i g h on 4.9 acres with cluded in the sq. ft. acres with feasibility for stan- CRR. 6.9River Lakes Realty & Prop- mtn views. S plit Also has extra area tic a nd ard system. T h e Crooked erty Man a gement level home with upupstairs and all bdrms d Smith Rock views, all area is a sportsman's 541-536-0117 per 8 lower living util. installed. owner are on the main level. paradise. spaces. $389,776. The dbl. garage is will carry. $189,000 Bobbie Strome, 52556 Drafter Rd. Lots MLS 201401983 MLS 201008671. large. This property is Principal Broker of shops with living Call Don Chapin, 1.5 acres with 1 acre Juniper Realty John L Scott Real quarters on an acre. Principal Br o k er irrigation, fenced and Estate 541-385-5500 541-504-5393 $119,900. High Lakes 541-350-6777 ready fo r h o r ses. Realty 8 Pr o perty Redmond RE/MAX 3.18 acres g randfaIdeal building location, $5000 allowance to Management L and 8 Hom e s buyers at closing with Broken To p n i n th thered in. Septic and 541-536-0117 Real Estate accepted of fe r. fairway, natural ter- w ater o n t h e l o t , $274,000. 12333 NW rain. .34 acres. Of- power at the road. 5 5849 W oo d Du c k MLS 2012 0 8989 10th St., Terrebonne. fered at $229,500. Drive. Riverfront 5 Find exactly what $79,900. Call Linda Cate Cushman, I / / I / i bdrm, 2 i/~ bath, 3587 you are looking for in the Call Heather Hockett, Lou Day- W right Principal Broker PC, Broker, Century sq. ft. home. / / i 541-771-285 Crooked CLASSIFIEDS 541-480-1884 21 Gold Country Re$562,000. High Lakes www.catecushman.com River Realty alty, 541-420-9151 Realty 8 Pr o perty Management 541-536-0117 -
55918 Snow Goose. $239,900. 3 bdrm, 2 bath near river and Sunriver. High Lakes Realty & Pr o perty Management
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$55,000I RECREATIONALPARCEL • 1796SF,3 bed & 2 bath • Updated kitchen with stainless appliances • Large master suite with two master closets • Fenced 8 landscaped • Central A/C • Gated community with pool 8 tennis courts
•Two homes ononelotin Midtown • Tenant occupied & professionally managed • 5bed &2.5bath
541-306-0479 CHRISTIN HUNTER BROKER
$579,900 I 21420 BELKNAPDRIVE, BEND • Tuscany style luxury • 2910 SF single level living • Stunning kitchen • Two master suites • 0.46 AC fenced lot • Gorgeous openfloor plan
$650,000IOFF-GRID,STAR GAZING G PRIVACY!
541-771-1168 ERIC ANDREWS BROKER
• Eagle Crest .; ; • 2217 SF, 4 bed & 3 bath • Family room, hardwood 8 fireplace • 0.49 AC lot • 2 car garage • On the 11th green
$568,000 I RESTAURANT 0 LOUNGE
• Gorgeous 755 ACranch • BLM on 3 sides • 1600 SF home,60X40 Shop • 11 KW solar system • Mountain views
541-420-4978 KATHYNEAL BROKER
541-390-0098 MIKE EVERIOGE BROKER
• Full service restaurant & lounge • Banquet room on main floor & downstairs • Full service bar/lounge on main floor • Located in Klamath Falls near three motels • 7448 SF • 106 Main Street, Klamath Falls
541-891-9441 OON ROMANO BROKER
• 11.25 AC secluded parcel near Sisters • Recreational property off the grid • Please call broker for directions t Ltl/ m -
541-410-1200 BILL KAMMERER BROKER
$199,000I 20017 SE QUEBECCOURT • One of the last available propertiesin Sundance • Great price • Flat 3.65 AC • Build your dream home • On a cul-de-sac
. 541-410-8084 SUSAN PITARRO BROKER
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541-771-1383 JEANETTEBRUNOT BROKER
$265,000I3150 NE MONTE VISTA LANE • Great neighborhood • Great room with gas fireplace • Vaulted ceilings • 3bed,2bath &1859SF • Close to shopping, ark & services • Fenced backyard • Motivated seller with a great price!
541-639-9309 SHERA FELOE BROKER
$289,900I 2831 RAINIER DRIVE, BEND • 2002 SF
$194,500IFANTASTIC NW REDMOND HOME
•Cascademountainviews • Corner gas fireplace • Private fenced yard • Close to schools & shopping
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541-280-1543 LORISCHNERINGER BROKER
$284,000 I CENTRALLY LOCATED
541-480-7183 BARBARAMYERS BROKER
home • 2598 SF & loadedwith upgrades • 3 bed, den & family room • Oversized double car garage with sink • Corner lot with community pool & park
• Koi pond, garden& chicken shed • Mountain views on 0.52 AC
541-419-8758 CAROL ARMSTRONG BROKER
• R.D. building & design • New construction • 3553 SF & 42X16RVgarage • 3 bed (2 full) & 2.5 bath, bonus room plus office
541-410-1200 BILL KAMMERER ' BROKER
$285,000 I DUPLEX
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• 2 bed, 2.5 bath spacious units • 100% occupied & professionally managed • Large yard • Multi-level living
541-306-0479 CHRISTIN HUNTER BROKER
$134,999IGREAT SW REDMOND HOME
$179,999IGREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY • 2 bed & 1 bath each • 1834 SF total • 0.36 AC lot • Fully rented duplex • 2731 SW Umatilla Court, Redmond
• 3 bed, 2 bath & 1008 SF • Well maintained
• Across from HaydenPark • Landscaped front yard • Freshly painted • 3409 SW Quartz, Redmond
541-480-9883 AUDREYCOOK BROKER $248,000ILARGE NE REDMOND HOME
on 9.58 treed acres • Beautiful hardwood floors • Peaceful location with loads of living space • Garage, barn, shop & more! • Start your new life now!
541-604-1649 GAILROGERS BROKER
$145,000IUNBEATABLEDESCHUTES RIVER CANYON VIEW • 6.4 AC & borders BLM • Great investment opportunity or bring your builder • Mature trees with interesting topography • Must see to be appreciated
541-480-0448 JOHNTAYLOR BROKER
t ,. 541-480-6790 JAKEMOORHEAD BROKER
g~ " 541-604-1649 GAILROGERS BROKER • 4.65 AC parcel in NE Bend with 1836 SF manufactured home • Several outbuildings & mountain views • 1.5 AC of COIirrigation & sprinklers
• Near SageElementary • Free standing gasstoves • Updated roof • RV parking • Corner lot
• Great room & bonus room • Loads of living space 8 storage • 3 car tandem garage • Fenced & landscaped cornerlot
• 1960 SF,4 bed & 2.5 bath
• 2268 SF, 3 bed & 2 bath
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• 2570 SF with 4 bed & 2.5 bath
access to alava cave
• 2 bed & 1 bath units
$675,000IPRIVATE RETREAT IN SISTERS
$230,000I NE REDMOND
• SE Bend homewith
$215,000 I 64004 DESCHUTES MARKETROAD, BEND
$189,900 I SOUTHWEST AREADUPLEX
541-213-0451 541-576-4742 HILARYRICH K ENOALL COMEY BROKER BROKER
3158 SHEVLINMEADOWS, BEND
$359 000 I THEBENDCAVEHOUSE
• Quality built Pahlisch
• Spacious & open floor plan • Large kitchen with dining bar • Great room & gas fireplace • 1865 SF, 3 bed & 2.5 bath • 400 NW 24th Place,
$215,000IA MUST SEE GEM • 4 bed • 2.5 bath • 2067 SF
• 3 bed & 2.5 bath • 3030 SF of living space • Large 7500 soft lot • Downstairs office or 4th
• Bonus room • Triple car garage • 2917 SW Deschutes
. ' 541-977-1852 . TONY LEVISON BROKER
$235,000IDESIRABLE AREA CLOSE TO TOWN • 3 bed & 2 bath home • Floor plan is open and inviting • Lots of natural light throughout home • Nice sized fenced backyard
$579,900I TUSCANYSTYLELUXURYIN BEND • Tuscany style luxury in Bend • 2910 SF • Single levelliving • Stunning kitchen • Two master suites • 0.46 AC fenced lot • Gorgeous openfloor plan
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541-610-5672 541- 639-6307 VERONICATHERIOT SECILY LUSE BROKER BROKER $579,900 I 21420 BELKNAP DRIVE, BEND
$575,000I8188 SW RIDGE LANE, POWELL BUTTE
• Tuscany style luxury • 2910 SF single level living • Stunning kitchen • Two master suites • 0.46 AC fenced lot • Gorgeous openfloor plan
$340,000 I 61164 SYDNEY HARBORDRIVE, BEND
• 4 bed, 2.5 bath & 2065 SF .— . • Spacious 1st floor layout & large windows • Gourmet, open kitchen with quartz counters
541-974-4750 MICHELLEWITT BROKER
' 541-410-1200 BILL KAMMERER BROKER
541-410-8084 SUSAN PITARRO BROKER
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• Large master suite upstairs • Covered backporch
$575,000 I GREAT CULVERACREAGE
$435,000I BEAUTIFUL HOMEINSUNRIVERI
• Spectacular views in all directions from this fine
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remodeled homeon north end of Sunriver • Brand newenergy efficient furnace, new roof & new gasfireplace • Large private deck with new hot tub!
• Spacious & light with uncompromising quality throughout • 6.75 AC property, privately gated & only 12 miles from the Redmond airport
541-480-7183 BARBARAMYERS BROKER
• 2002 SF jSISSW .
•Cascademountainviews • Corner gas fireplace • Private fenced yard • Close to schools & shopping
$439,900IRIVERFRONT CONDO • Downtown riverfront • 1883SF,2bed &2bath • Vaulted ceilings & 2 balconies • Detached garage& carport • Lots of naturallight • 15 NW Portland f15, Bend
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irrigation • 2 dwellings • Fenced & cross fenced, corrals • Multiple outbuildings •Outst andingCascade mountain views
$289,900I 2831 RAINIERDRIVE, BEND
• 4bed,3bath&1908 SF home • Beautiful extensively
• 5th fairway in Rivers Edge Village • Near river trails 8 shopping • Master on main with walk-in closets & large master bath • Open great room, loft/office, 1 bed & bath upstairs • Townhome
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Andrea Phelps . 541-408-4770 Cleme Rinehart 541-480-2100
541-977-1852 TONY LEVISON BROKER
• 1940 SF, 3 bed & 2.5 bath
541-771-1168 ERIC ANDREWS BROKER
• Open greatroom design • Large bedrooms & loft • Mtn ash flooring & alder cabinets • Community pool & park • 3723 NE Purcell, Bend
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RIVER'5EDGE j $625,000 • 3125 sq.ft. in River'Edge s Vilage. • 3 bedroom,ofice,3.5 bath • Landscaped on .37 acre lot. 541-312-7211 • 3194 NW Fairway Heights Dr.
SPEC TACULARVIEWSj $1,589$00 • 10 acres, 8 mountatn vtews
BROKER , ABR, • 8000 sq.ft. home • 5 bedroom, 6 bath ALHS,SRES 541-408-3713 • MLS 201401911
AWBREV BUTTE j $125,000 KARIN JOHNSON • 3129 sq.ft. craftsman • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath BROKER • Cofferedceilings,woodenarchways 541-639-6140 • MLS 201402203
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SADDLE BACK j $649,900
EBBIEHERSHEY, • 2594 sq.ft. custombuilt BRQKERCRS GRI •3 bedroom,2.5 bath • Barn, storagebuilding, RVhook-up 541-420-5110 • MLS 201400839
SHEllYHUM MEL • Remodeled3512 sq.ft. home BRQKERCRS GRI • 4 bedroom 3.5 bath • 1.38 acres, RV parking CHMS 541-383-4361 • MLS 201402089
ASPENRIM j $524,900 IT ROBIN ON S • 3056 sq.ft. Renaissancebuilt BROKER m • 4 bedroom, 3 bath ~ • Chef's kitchen, outdoor stone FP 541-971-5811 • MLS 201402046
• DESCHUT ESRIVERFRONTj SSOIIEOO VIRGINIAROSS • 1652 s l.ff. BIIOKE R,ABRCRS,GRI, ' 3 bedroom, 2 bath
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ODETT EADAIR, BROKER , 5.1;A.R.
TUMAL OHOME/VIEWS! j $624,900 • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2606sq.ft. • 6.4 acres • Huge Cascade Mountain views
541-815-4786 • MLS 201307561
CAEC ABI MOUHTAIHVINS j $666,000 ' 3052 sq.ft. Iog home
SUECONRAD BROKER , CRS
3 bedroom, 3 bath ' 1.76 acres
541-480-6621 • MLS 201402213
2.5 ACRES j SS99,900 MICHE LLETISDELK ' 2594 sq ft home • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath BRQKER ABR • Solar heated saltwater pool E-PRQ 541-390-3490 • MLS 201402286
ECO BROKER,PREVIEWS • .57 acre, 160 feet river frontage 541-480-1501 • MLS 201403149
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JIME,ROJUkNNE CHENEY , BRQKERS 541.390.4050 541-390-4030
WOODSIDE RANCH j S499III ' Custom 2174 sq.ft. • 3 bedroorn, 3 bath • 2.28 acres • MLS 201402638
TENNISANYONET j $485,000 LYNNE CONNEILEY • 1921 sq.h, 4 bedroom,3 bath • Full tennis court BRQKER CRS '
• 30 acres, shop, arena
541-408-6120 • MLS 201305128
MARGO DEGRAY, BROKER, ABR,
BRASADA RANCH j $429,000 • 1711 sq.ft, furnishedcabin • 3 bedroom suites
• Granite counters, hardwoodfloors CRS 541-480-1355 • MLS 201310654
• 24 acres, 21 irrigated • Build your newhome • Horse property
• MLS 201402568
RCIBO UCHARD • BRpKER 541-911-1230
CASCADE VIEWS j $415,000 • 2736 sq.lt. Iog home • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath • 4.49 acres, backsstate land
• MLS 201401158
• RIVERCANYONESTATESj $459IOOO ' 3000 "I " DANAMIUER, PRINCIPAL BROKER ' 4 bedroom, 3 bath • Large backyard, patios, fire pit ABR,AHWO 541-408-1468 • MLS 201402147
5ACRE SWITHVIEWSj $4094HI • 2261 sq.h. Iog home • 2 bedroom,loft, 2 bath
TUMAlp,MTNVIEWSj $479,000 ROOKIEDICKENS BRpKER GM CRS,ABR 541-815-0436
• Unobstructed Cascadeviews
541-350-4772 • MLS 201400333
SUNDANCE I $375,000
NW REDMONDj $385,000 JUUABUCKIAHD,
• Private 5 acres • 4 bedroom, 2 bath • Granite counters,bamboofloors
BROKER , ABR, ALHS,CRS,GRI 541-719-8444 • MLS 201402721
JOHN SHIPPEH,BROKER, BA,ABR ,CRS,GE 541-312-7273 541-948-9090
• Re~o~ated2009 sq.ft. home '4bedroom 3bath • 3.88 acres, barn, shop • MLS 201401742
LESIER FRIEDMAHPC, BROKER, ABR, CSP,EPRQ, S.T.A.R 541-330-8491
SW REDMONDj $374,900 • 3540 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 3 bath • Qchoco 8 SmithRockviews
• MLS 201402758
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SW BENDj $367R000 • 1974 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • New wood floors, tile 8 carpet 541-322-1500 • MLS 201402901
SCplT HUG GIN, BROKER , GRI
RIDGEWATER j $365,000 JUDYMEYERS, BROKER , GRI, CRS • 3 bedroom, 3 bath • .2 acre on canal SRES 541-480-1922 • MLS 201403075
BROKEN TOPLOTj $320,000 DAVIDGRMORE BRQKER '
• .65acre culde-sac lot • Cascade Mountain views • 13th hole 8 lake views
541-312-7211 • MLS 201310090
NW BENDj $309,000
N RKVAL CEKHIHIK • 2080 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath BROKER , CRS, • Covered front porch Rl 541-383-4364 • MLS 201401314
• LA PINE j $289,000 5HEUY HUMMEL, BRQKERCRS GRI ' 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath CHMS • • 4.2 a cres 541-383-436t N MLS 201402194
(s. NE BEND j $219,000 MEGANPOWER, BROKER , GRI, CDPE 541-610-1318
• Earth Advantage Certified • 1749 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
• MLS 201402983
1.36AC RESINLAPINEj $269,900 SHERR YPERRIGAN, • 1731 sq.ft., 3 bedroom • Open cathedral great room BROKER • Insulated 3-bayshop 541-410-4938 • MLS 201306446 '
NE BEND j $250,000 AU DEW plF PC, BROKER , ARB, CNHS,RCC 541-420-7080
• 1710 sq.ft. craftsman • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Hardwood floors • MLS 201401161
NE BEND ACREAGEj S239 900
• 19.68 acres ' 16 acres irrigated • 15 minutes to medical 8 shopping 541-480-2966 • MLS 201400819 TEVEpAYER BROKERGR'I
• NE BENDj $199,900 1321 sq.ft. FAm GER AGHIY I • 3 bedroom, 2 bath BRQKE R • Private .18 acre lot
541-948-5880 • MLS 201401365
MOUNTNN VIEWPARK j $1854IOO PATPALAZZI, BROKER 541-111-6996
• 1600 sq.ft. manufactured • 3 bedroom, 2 bath • Communitypool, picklebaEcourt
• MLS 201403299
SW REDMOND j $130,000 2.25 acres IISA MCC ARTHY • 24x30 shop/storage building BRQKER ABR ' • Close to canyon 541-419-8639 • MLS 201403021
NE BEND LOTj $19,500 ROS ELUIRTIXRRMH • .16 acre lot BROKER , CERTIFIED ' Cul NJe.sac • Close to schools 8 med>c al NEGQTITAQR 541-106-1891 • MLS 201403201
• FOR LEASE j 0.85/SF FAULAVANVLECK, ' » 448 sq ft space
• E xcellent midtown location • Concrete floor, new paint
41-280-7114 • MLS 201310330
FORLEASEj $6930/manth USACAMPBELL, BRQKER '
• 6300 sq.ft. restaurant
• 28 ft. 8 12 ft. hoods • Busy Bend intersection
541-419-8900 • MLS 201310861
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Orbit 21' 2007, used only 8 times, A/C, oven, tub shower, micro, load leveler hitch, awning, dual batteries, sleeps 4-5, EXCELLENT CONDITION. All accessories are included. $13,900 OBO. 541-382-9441
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Harley Davidson 2009 Super Glide Custom, Stage 1 Screaming Eagle performance, too many options to list, $8900. 541-388-8939
Harley Davidson 2011 Classic Limited, Loaded! 9500 miles, custom paint "Broken Glass" by Nicholas Del Drago, new condition, heated handgrips, auto cruise control. $32k in bike, only $20,000 or best offer. 541-316-6049
2007 Winnebago Outlook Class "C" 31', solar panel, Cat. heater, excellent condition, more extras. Asking $58K. Ph. 541-447-9268 Can be viewed at I/Ifestern Recreation (top of hill) in Prineville.
Dodge Brougham 1978, 15', 1-ton, clean, 69,000 miles. $4500. In La Pine, call 541-602-8652
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Tioga 24' Class C Motorhome Bought new in 2000, currently under 20K miles, excellent shape, new tires, professionaly winterized every year, cutoff switch to battery, plus new RV batteries. Oven, hot water heater 8 air conditioning have never been used! $24,000 obo. Serious inquiries, please. Stored in Terrebonne. 541-548-5174
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A rcticCat AT V 7 0 0 2008 t w o-rider veh icle, EFI LE . L o w hours, high p e rfor-
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Boats & Accessories 12'1969 Searsaluminum fishingboat, low hours on new 8 hp engine, with trailer and extras. Good shape! $1600. 541-382-2599
35-ft, Chevy Vortec engine, new tires, new awnings, 12-ft slide-out, queen bed, Italian leather couch and recliner, excellent condition. Ready to travel„ towing hitch included. $19,900. 541-815-4811
Winnebago Aspect 2009- 32', 3 slideouts, Leather interior, Power s eat, locks, win d ows, Aluminum wheels. 17" Flat Screen, Surround s o u nd, camera, Queen bed, Foam mattress, Awning, Generator, Inverter, Auto Jacks, Air leveling, Moon roof, no smoking or p ets. L ik e n ew, $74,900 541-480-6900
Beaver Marquis, 1993 40-ft, Brunswick floor plan. Many extras, well maintained, fire suppression behind refrig, Stow Master 5000 tow bar, $24,995.
Navion IQ Sprinter chassis RV 2008, 25' Mercedes Benz diesel, only 24k miles, excellent condition, automatic rear slide-out w/queen bed, full bath w/shower, deluxe captain swivel front seats, diesel generator, awning, no pets/ no smoking.$69,500. 541-382-2430
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.'Ifjj:> WINNEBAGO BRAVE 2003 • 34D, 2 slides • Tires 80% • Just completely serviced • 39,000 miles • No trades • $48,000 firm 541-815-3150
Winnebago Sightseer 30' 2004
For Sale with living r o om slide, 48,000 miles, in good condition. Has newer Michelin tires, awning, blinds, carpet, new coach battery and HD TV. $31,000 Call Dick at 541-406-2387 881
Fleetwood Wilderness NW
Super slide, power jack, electric awning, solar panel, 6-volt batteries, LED lighting, always stored inside. Must see to appreciate.Asking $28,000. Call Bill, 541-480-7930
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a Wind River 201127ORLDS (Four Seasons) 26' by Outdoor RV in LaGrande, OR. 2 Slides in living room, separate bdrm, power jack,elect awning, solar panel, flat screen, surround sound, micro, air cond, day/night shades, ext speakers,ext shower. Like new!$25,500. 541-548-2109
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172 CessnaShare IFR equipped, new avionics, Garmin 750 touchscreen, center stack, 180hp. Exceptionally clean 8 economical! $13,500. Hangared in KBDN Call 541-728-0773
Cameo LXI 2003 35' 3 slides, 3600 O nan generator very nice and clean. $16,950. 541-548-0625.
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Kenworth 1991 T800 Water Truck 914 350hp diesel eng, 9-spd trans, Hendrickson cab suspension, double framed, self-contained John Deere pony motor, 4000 gallon water tank, new battery, 902,832 miles.$22,500 obo. 541-589-2209 FIND IT! BUT IT! SELL IT!
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Arctic Fox 29' 2003, covered storage, slideout, exc. cond inside & outside 2016 tags, $14,900. 541-678-1449 or 541-410-6849
Lance camper Model 1130 loaded, 3800w gen. very good cond., $10,500.
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2 slides, ducted heat & air, great condition, snowbird ready, Many upgrade options, financing available! $14,500 obo. Call Dick, 541-480-1687.
1976 Cessna 150M Flatbed tandem axle trailer deck length 18, Just oyer 3000hrs, 600 7' wide, elec. brakes, hrs since out of frame 2015 tags, good cond. major, Horton Stol Kit. Avionics: Apollo 65 GPS $2900. 541-678-1449 541-410-8849 & additional radio (4 frequencies can be moni931 tored at once). Transponder w/mode C, JPI Automotive Parts, Fuel Flow Monitor, digital density, temp & amp Service & Accessories monitor. Nice paint & up- 14" rims with tires 5-lug holstery w/memory foam p attern, $6 0 o b o , seat bottoms. Oil filter 8 541-279-6908 block htr. 1 owner past 14 yrs; always hangared, Summer tires like new 4 no damage history. a ll s e ason VH P N9475U.$26,000. 255/60r 17- 1 06V. 541 -480-4375 $350. 541-317-0502
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Save money. Learn to fly or build hours with your own airc raft. 1968 A e r o Commander, 4 seat, 150 HP, low time,
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Ford T-Bird, 1966, 390
engine, power every-
thing, new paint, 54K orig. miles, runs great, exc. cond.in/out. $7500 obo. 541-480-3179
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Chevy Ext. Cab 1991 with camper shell, good cond., $1500 OBO. 541-447-5504.
4.7L V8, 4WD, auto.,
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2006 XLT 4-door Crew Cab 6.0L Turbo diesel, full power, a u tomatic, Ford Bronco II 6-disc CD, cruise, fog 4x4, 1989lights, running boards, Automatic, power tow pkg, bediiner, grill guard, folding rear steering, stereo seat. Tan cloth inteupgrade, set-up to rior, metallic tan extetow, runs good. rior. 91,400 miles.
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DodgeRam 1500 SLT uadcab 1999
Leather trimmed heated seats, AWD, auto. 6 speed. vin ¹A50096 $26,997
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GMC New Sierra 1500 4x4 pickup, 2000, 1/2 ton, V8, wide side, low (only 16,109) miles, AT, leather seats, SLT GREAT condition. $10,000.541-548-2554 or 541-788-3006
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Ford Escape Ltd 2012 Exc. cond! Silver gray m e tallic, loaded f le x f u e l, Bluetooth, le a t her int., ski rack, keyless entry, back-up sensors. new all season tires, Ext. warranty. Great all weather vehicle! $22,000 Call or text Sandy at 541-480-4778
530 HP! Under 10k
miles, Arctic silver, gray leather interior, new quality tires, and battery, Bose p remium so u n d stereo, moon/sunroof, car and seat covers. Many extras. Garaged, p e r fect condition, $59,700.
Mercedes SLK350 2005 conv., silverblue, like new, AMG pkg, low mi, $20K. 541-312-2328
Porsche Carrera 911 2003 convertible with hardtop. 50K miles, new factory Porsche motor 6 mos ago with 18 mo factory warranty remaining. $37,500. 541-322-6928
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SBuick Park Avenue Ultra 1999 white, 4 dr with 165k, runs great, $2500. 541-420-3344
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Subaru Legacy 3.0 R WHEN YOU SEE THIS Limited 2008, 6 Cyl., auto, AWD, leather, m oon r o of , re a r spoiler, alloy wheels. Vin ¹207281 On a classified ad Stock ¹82547 go to www.bendbulletin.com $23,979 to view additional S US ARU euussuosesuu.aou photos of the item. 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. 877-266-3821 Looking for your Dlr ¹0354 next employee? Place a Bulletin help wanted ad today and reach over 60,000 readers each week. Your classified ad will also appear on bendbulletin.com Suzuki FX4 2008, pw, which currently repdl, A/C, and CD. ceives over 1.5 milVin ¹112357 lion page views Stock ¹44267A every month at $10,479 no extra cost. Bulletin Classifieds S US A R U . Get Results! Call 385-5809 or place 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. your ad on-line at 877-266-3821 bendbulletin.com Dlr ¹0354
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1996, 73k miles, Tiptronic auto. transmission. Silver, blue leather interior, moon/sunroof, new quality tires and battery, car and seat covers, many extras. Recently fully serviced, garaged, looks and runs like new. Excellent condition $29,700 541-322-9647
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2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. 877-266-3821 Dlr ¹0354
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Chevy Colorado LX Crew Cab 2009
mi., 29 mpg Hwy, Vin¹572987 Bar ain Corral 6,977 ROBBERSON
Honda Civic Coupe LX 2005, 5 spd, pw, pl, A/C.
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FWD, V6 auto., 90k
L82- 4speed. 85,000 miles Garaged since new. I've owned it 25 years. Never damaged or abused.
Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT 541-598-3750 Limited2005, loaded, a l loy www.aaaoregonautosource.com wheels. VIN ¹210360 Just bought a new boat? Stock ¹42935A Sell your old one in the classifieds! Ask about our $12,979 Super Seller rates! SUBA R Ll 541-385-5809 eusssuossuuu aou 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. T oyota Prius IV, gray 877-266-3821 metallic, 28+ k miles. Dlr ¹0354
2.5S 4cyl., FWD, CVT, 76k mi., 32
Chevrolet Trailblazer 2060 NE Hwy 20• Bend 2008 4x4 877-266-3821 Automatic, 6-cylinder, Dlr ¹0354 tilt wheel, power windows, power brakes, air conditioning, keyJust too many less entry, 69K miles. collectibles? Excellent condition; tires have 90% tread. Sell them in $12,995. Call 541-598-5111 The Bulletin Classifieds
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LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C IRCUIT C OURT OF T H E S TATE O F OR E GON FOR T H E COUNTY OF DESCHUTES D e partment of Probate. In the Matter of Estate of MAXINE HOGGAN MYERS, Deceased. No. 1 4PB0023. LIM ITED JUDGEMENT TO OPEN P R OBATE A N D AP POINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE. 1. Upon the petition of DEANNE T. SNEDEKER for
probate of the will of the a b ove-named decedent, the Court finds the allegations of said petition to be true. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED: 1. The will dated March 22, 2012 is the last will of the decedent, a b ove named, and the will is hereby admitted to pr o bate; 2. DEANNE T. SNEDEKER is ap-
LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS. William C. Mansfield
has been appointed as the Administrator o f t h e E s t ate o f C harles Rich a rd Mansfield, Deceased, by the Circuit Court for Deschutes County, State of Oregon, under case n u mber 14-PB-0035. All per-
sons having a claim against th e e s tate m ust p resent t h e c laim w i t hi n fo u r months after the date of first publication of this notice to the Administrator at Brian T. Hemphill, P.C., 339 SW Century Dr. Ste. 101, B e n d , OR 97702, or the claim
m ay be barred. A ll persons whose rights may be affected by this proceeding may obtain additional inf ormation from t h e court records, t he Administrator, or the attorney for the Administrator: Brian T. Hemphill. Dated and first published: April 26, 2014. Signed: /s/ William C. Mansfield, Administrator.
pointed p e r sonal representative of the estate, t o s e r ve without bond in the amount of Look at: $ 750,000.00, a n d Bendhomes.com letters shall be isfor Complete Listings of sued forthwith to her Area Real Estate for Sale in the manner provided by law. D ATED this 2 4 t h LEGAL NOTICE day of March, 2014. Warm Springs Housing Authority is reRoger J. Dehoog /s/ SD, Circuit Judge. questing a quote for Deanne T. SnedeHardware, Software, ker, Alternate PerLabor an d A n nual Service Agreement. sonal Representative, 1515 SW Fifth For more information please contact MarceA ve., S t e . 84 4 , Portland, O r egon line Smith 541-553-3250, marce97201, Phone: (503) 222-9966, e m a i l: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Say ugoodbuy" Michael D. Williams, OSB¹743440, 1515 to that unused SW Fifth Ave., Ste. item by placing it in 844, Portland, Oregon 97201, Phone: The Bulletin Classifieds (503) 222 - 9966, email: mwilliamsOwilliams5 41 - 3 8 5 N5809
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2814 Subaru NRX STl
I '/ NEW 2014 Ford F150 Regular Cab XLT V6, Conv. Pkg, SYNC MSRP ......................... $32,085
TSS Discount.................-$2,500 $31,249 XLT Special Retail Cash .... -$1,500 EcoboostChallenge ......... -$1,000 Ford Credit Bonus* ..........-$1,000 Trade-In Assistance* * . . . . . . . . -$750**
25,335 sale price
Must tradein a'95 or newer. *MustFinancethrough FMCC. OnApprovedCredit. VIN:A47540
NEW 2014 Ford F350 Crew Cab Long Wheel Base XLT XLT Value Pkg., Camper Pkg.
The 2014 Subaru WRXSTI. The perfect combination of power, agility, and attitude. Symmetrical All-WheelDrivegrips the road. Atrack-tuned suspensio devours corners. And whenyou put your foot down, the turbocharged 305 hp SUBARU BOXER® enginedelivers 0 to 60 in 5.0 seconds.* It's pure unleashed adrenaline.Love.It'swhatmakesa Subaru,aSubaru.
MSRP ......................... $54,285
TSS Discount.................-$4,500 $31,249 SP Pkg .........................-$1,000 Retail CustomerCash....... -$1,500 EcoboostChallenge ......... -$1,000 Ford Credit Bonus" .......... -$1,000
$45,285 Saieence4ee p„uun *Must FinancethroughFMCC.OnApprovedCredit.VIN:A16046
NEW 2014 Ford F350 DRW Lariat Vltimate Package 5thWheelPkg,GooseneckPkg,Heated Rear Seats, Dual Alternators MSRP......................... $67,900 TSS Discount .................-$5,000 $62,900 Retail CustomerCash.......-$1,500 EcoboostChallenge ......... -$1,000 Ford Credit Bonus * ..........- $1,000
2014 S u b a r u O ut b a c k 2 .5 i CVT ption Pkg. 21.Alloy Wheel Pkg. 17MAlloy Wheels, 225/60 R17 98TAll SeasonTires, FogLights, RearSeat BackProtector, Rear BumperCover, 4All-Weather Floor Mats
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201 5 S ub a r u F ore s t e r 2 .5 i P remium C V T Option Pkg.13.All Weather Pkg.Heated Front Seats, WindshieldWiperDe-lcer, HeatedSideMirrors. Popular Pkg. ¹2 Mirror w/Compass &Homelink, Ext. Mirror w/ApproLt./Compass
59,400 sale Price4)kuoo
*Must Finance through FMCC.OnApprovedCredit. VIN:A42886
NEW 2014 Ford Taurus SHO AWD
Navigation, Front 8 Rear Heated Seats, Power Moonroof, Heated Steering Wheel
MSRP $26,166. Subaru of Bend Discount $1,567 VIN: ¹E3266213 EDB-21 itle, lic. 8. doc. and dealer installed options not included.
MSRP ......................... $45,475
TSS Discount .................-$2,870 $42,605 Retail Cash ...................-$2,750 EcoboostChallenge ......... -$1,000 Ford Credit Bonus* ..........-$1,250
$37,605 saie ~rice
MSRP $27,097.Subaru ofBend Discount $1,098 VIN: ¹FH409156 FFF-13 Title, lic. 8 doc. and dealer installed options not included.
*Must Finance through FMCC.OnApprovedCredit. VIN:141315
2014 S u b a r u O ut b a c k 2 .5 i CVT
NEW 2014 Ford Nustang Roush Roush RS Pkg.
ption Package01.Standard Model. RearSeat BackProtector, Rear BumperCover, 4All Weather Floor Mats
Base MSRP .................. $25,825 Roush RS Pkg............... +$7,440 MSRP$33,265 Retail Cash ...................-$1,000 EcoboostChallenge ......... -$1,000 Retail BonusCash...........-$1,000 TS&S FordDiscount .........-$1,000
29>265 sale price VIN:297525,297522,305048
NEW 2014 Ford Fiesta 4-Door SE
MSRP $25,866.Subaru ofBend Discount $1,984 VIN: ¹E3259640 EDB-01 Title, Iic./L doc. and dealer installed options not included
Option Package 01.Standard Model.Popular Package¹1a Auto-DimMirror/Comp/Homelink, RearBumperApplique, Wheel LocksAl - loyWheels
Auto, A/C, Comfort Pkg, Heated Seats MSRP ......................... $17,790 TSS Discount ................... -$595 $17,195 EcoboostChallenge ......... -$1,000 Retail Credit BonusCash..... -$500
2014 S u b a r u BRZ 2 . 0 L im i t e d 6MT
72 months tu 1.9'Yo APR. On Approved Credit.
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Mslu' $28,888. Subaru of Bend Discount $1,489 VIN: E9602327.EZE-01
Title, lic.IL doc. and dealer installed options not included.
Cash or Trade
5,695 Sale PrlCe'M stRoIcethc chsMcc.se tcsctt.ttta:232333,2ccsas
NEW 2014 Ford Fusion Titanium AWD 19" Wheels, My Ford Touch ................. $35,015 -$2,125 .
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Cash or Trade
2014 S u b a r u O ut b a c k 2 .5 i P remium C V T
Heated FrontSeats, WindshieldWiperDe-lcer, HeatedSide Mirrors, RearSeat BackProtector, Rear BumperCover, Auto-DimMirror/Comp/Homelink, 4All-Weather Floor Mats
Resi dual $20,308.70,10,000 MilesPerYear. FMCCFinancing,Tier1 Credit. OnApprovedCreditVIN:292726 .
Option Package 01.Popular Package¹2. SeatBackProtector, Auto-DimMirror/Comp/Homelink, RearBumperCover, Splash Guard,All-Weather FloorMats
Automatic MSRP $28,450.Subaru ofBend Discount $2,213 VIN: ¹E3249474 EDD-02 Title, lic. 8. doc. and dealer installed options not included.
Month Low Miles, A WD, Low Miles, Crew Cab,2600HD Hard Top,36K Low Miles,Lux.Pkg, 4x4 Auto, Great Aut o, 4x4, Miles, Winch, Air Suspen sion, Custom Low Miles Excellent Condition Condition GoodCondition Wheels,Only57Kmiles
$6,995 $12,995 $16,995 $26,995 831,995 VIN:500114
201 4 S ub a r u X V Crosstre k Hybrid
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84 months tu 2.99% APR. On Approved Credit.
Automatic MSRP $30,787.Subaru ofBend Discount $1,488 VIN: ¹EH267087 ERI-01 Title, lic./L doc. and dealer installed options not included.
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I• Sale endsApril 28, 2014
The Bulletin Daily print edition for Saturday, April 26, 2014