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Dan Shelfer barely contained his relief Friday morning, describing his escape from loomi ng unemployment, but a l so contemplating the work ahead.


Shelfer, 28, discovered that the impending closure of the Boys & Girls Club at 1707 S.E. Tempest Drive, Bend, is staved

The Bank of the Cascades committed Thursday to helping the Ariel Unit stay open in the face ofdeclining revenue. The off until spring 2013 by a pledge club serves a low- to middle-inof about $40,000 to keep its come neighborhood ofworking doors open and lights on. and single-parent families some-

times struggling to stay afloat. "The Boys 8 Girls Club at that particular address has been a huge boon for those parents, a huge support for them," said Thiel Larson, of Bend, a former teacher who works with an unrelated after-school program on Thurston Street. See Ariel /A4

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Allison DeRoo, 12, laughs as she checks the map with her sister Gayle DeRoo, 19, after hitting a dead end in the corn maze at The Central Oregon Pumpkin Company in Terrebonne Friday. The maze is open Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 7p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m . An aerial photo, left, reveals the maze's Pac-Man theme. The photo was shot in September, and the Submitted photo by Nic Anthony


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SAN FRANCISCO — While the Fall Classic between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers pits clubs from two very different cities, the distinctive style and taste of each team's partisans also pours through the beer taps at their ball yards. In a trendy, gourmet foodand-drink obsessed place such as San Francisco, a generic "cold beer" at AT8 T Park often doesn't cut the mustard as a companion to the stadium's pungent garlic

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SALEM — In the race for Oregon House District 54, incumbent Jason Conger and his challenger Nathan Hovekamp can agree on one issue: neither like negative ads. But that hasn't stopped them from slinging allegations across the airwaves. "This is the kind of misleading garbage that is undermining voter's ability to have a true picture of what people do stand for," Conger said of one of Hovekamp's ads. To which Hovekamp responded: "It's astonishing to me that (Conger's campaign) has run and bought that much air time devoted to negative comments about me." The two ads that have sparked the most debate between the candidates center on education. In the ads supporting Conger, paid for by the House Republican's political action committee, Hovekamp is attacked for "wasting $40,000 on a national search for a new superintendent" only to hire the Bend-La Pine's deputysuperintendent. With ominous music in the background, the narrator said Hovekamp, a Democrat, went on to "try and raise our taxes" and "then he quit the school board, walked out of the meeting, didn't say aword." It's well documented that while Hovekamp was serving on the board of the Bend-La Pine School District, the board conducted a nationwide search that cost about $40,000. See Ads/A7

Satellite lossesmay hamper forecasts By John H. Cushman Jr. New Yorlr Times News Service


WASHINGTON — The United States is facing a year or more without crucial satellites that provide invaluable data for predicting storm tracks,a resultofyearsofm ismanagement, lack of financing and delays in launching replacements, according to several recent official reviews. The looming gap in satellite coverage, which some experts view as almost certain to occur within the next few years, could result in shaky forecasts about storms like Hurricane Sandy, which is expected to hit the East Coast early next week. The endangered satellites fly pole-to-pole orbits and cross the Equator in the afternoon,

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data needed to narrow down what were at first widely divergentcomputer models of what Hurricane Sandy would do next: explode against the coast, or veer away into the open ocean? Right on schedule, the fiveday models began to agree on the likeliest answer. By Friday afternoon, the storm's center was predicted to approach Delaware on Monday and Tuesday, with powerful winds, torrential rains and dangerous tides ranging over hundreds of miles. See Satellites/A7

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President Barack Obama has rallied college students at dozens of campuses, touted his record on student aid and needled Republicanchallenger Mitt Romney for advising students to "borrow money if you have to from your parents." Romney counters that despite the flood of federal financial aid unleashed during Obama's term, college costs and student debt have only grown. The debate over rising college tuition is a microcosm of the broader debate over the economy: Obama argues he's taken bold steps that minimized the damage of adeep recession and will build for the future. Romney says the president's b i g -government interventions have backfired, and more private-sectorsolutions are needed. Here are some questions — and answers — about the complicated landscape of college costs and the presidential



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• W hat's h a p pened t o • c ollege c o s ts un d e r years. Obama'? Romney says the increased • They've gone up — a aid from Washington is driv• lot, at least at four-year ing up prices, arguing in a schools. Since the 2008-09 ac- campaign position paper the ademic year in which he took president "returns over and office, the average public four- over again to the old liberal year college has increased its playbook that has driven up tuition list price 26 percent (be- tuition rates for decades." yond overall inflation). That's an increase of about $1,800, What did Romney do to $8,655, according to figures • about college costs as released Wednesday by the governor of Massachusetts? College Board. However, costs • Romney has touted the have been going up since long • J ohn and A b igail A d before Obama took office, and ams scholarship that started his term coincided with un- when he was governor, offerprecedented college funding ing top Massachusetts pubcuts by the states, which are lic high school students free spending 26 percent less per tuition at state universities. A student on higher education recent Harvard study argues than five years ago. the program steered students Largely because of a mas- to colleges where they were sive increase in federal aid less likely to graduate, and under Obama, the net pricemay have confusedrecipients what the average student pays by promising "free tuition" after accounting for grants but not covering mandatory and tax credits — has gone fees, which are much higher up considerably less than the than tuition at Massachusetts sticker price. The net price is colleges. The report found the $2,910 this year, or $570 more award is much less than simithan the year he took office. At lar state scholarships in places community colleges, aid cov- like Georgia and California. ers on average all costs. What would Romney do • Can e i t her c a n didate • as president? • He's pledged to reverse • do anything about the increasing prices colleges are • Obama's "nationalization" of th e federal student charging? B oth say t h e y'll t r y . loan market and return pri• Obama has proposed a vate lenders to the process. He $1 billion "Race to the Top"- wants to consolidate what he style contest to reward states calls "duplicative" student aid for reforms, and said he could programs but hasn't specified cut off aid t o c olleges that which ones. don't take steps to improve Romney education adviser productivity. He's called for Phil Handy, in a recent debate working with the states to cut with an Obama counterpart, tuition inflation in half within called the income-based re10 years. A Romney campaign paymentprogram a "creeping paper says Washington will no entitlement" but the campaign longer write a "blank check to has not said publicly whether universities to reward their tu- or how he would reform it. (A ition increases" and to support recent New America Foundaschools pursuing new models tion calls for reforms to the to drive down costs. program so its benefits will But the debate mostly con- be less weighted to h igher cernsthe enormous mix offed- earners). eralaid programs forstudents, which will disburse about $175 • What about tax credits? billion this year in the form of grants and loans. Obama wants to extend • the A m e rican O p porWhat's Obama's record tunity Tax Credit, which pro• on student aid? vides about 10 million families • O bama c a n r igh t l y a tax refund of up to $2,500 for • claim he's transformed tuition, fees and course materithe federal financial aid sys- als. Romney's tax plan would tem. Partly that means more allow that credit to expire and money — Washington is on revert to the old HOPE tax track to disburse almost $50 credit, which is less generous billion more this year than to students and less expensive in 2008-09. Spending on Pell for the government. Unlike Grants for l ow-income stuHOPE, the AOTC is partly dents has nearly doubled to refundable, meaning low-inabout $35 billion, supporting come students can b enefit about 10 million students, up even if they don't owe taxes. from 6 million when he took Some education finance exoffice, and h e s u ccessfully perts have criticized the AOTC, pushed Congress to postpone arguing other programs chana scheduled doubling of the nel benefits more effectively to interest rate o n s u bsidized the neediest students. Obama Stafford loans. campaign p o l ic y di r e ctor But he's also made struc- James Kvaal counters it's imtural changes. Obama stopped portant to help middle-class s ubsidizing banks t o m a k e families afford college as well student loans, and now almost as the low-income students all student loans come directly who use Pell Grants. from the government. Much of the estimated $60 billion in What i s t h e p r oblem savings over 10 years is chan• with Pell Grant funding






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$30,000). Congress has e ssentially laid out a s chedule of Pell awards where the maximum rises to $ 6,030 i n c o ming years, but hasn't provided full funding for that commitment. There's ashortfallaveraging roughly $8 billion annually starting in 2014. Obama's latest budget proposal calls for filling the immediate shortfall, partly through redirected savings, and working with Congress on a long-term fix. But he doesn't propose tightening eligibility requirements. Romney said during the second debate he wants to keep Pell "growing." But a Romney campaign papercalls for "refocusing" Pell on the neediest to preserve its financial viability. Handy, the Romney education adviser, said Pell Grants need to be "radically fixed." In short, Romney's campaign has made it i n creasingly clear he's talking about keeping the maximum Pell on track for its scheduled increase, but limiting eligibility or l owering awards for those who get less than the maximum — currently about 6 .5 mi llion s t udents w h o typically come from families earning $30,000-$50,000 annually. If Romney ever signed into law the House budget of his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan of W i s consin, m ore than 1 million students could be on track to lose their Pell Grant eligibility over the next decade, according to an analysis by The Education Trust, a non-partisan Washington, D.C.-based policy and advo-

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Y ANGON, Myanm a r — More than 60 people have been killed and thousands of houses burned as ethnic and religious violence in western Myanmar intensifies, according to news reports and community activists. Violence between ethnic

Rakhine Buddhists and ethnic Rohingya Muslims reportedly has spread to at least four townships over recent days, with the government struggling to restore order by imposing dusk-to-dawn curfews in some areas and stepping up security. It's not f u ll y c l ear w h at sparked the most recent

round of attacks that started Sunday. The death toll itself was also murky, with officials initially reporting Friday that 112 had been killed, but later scaling back the number to 67. One thing that is clear, however, is the distrust between the two c o mmunities goes back decades. Myanmar's es-

timated 800,000 Muslim Rohingya are officially stateless, with many among the Buddhist majority viewing them as illegal immigrants from

neighboring Bangladesh. The Bangladeshi government has refused since 1992 to grant them citizenship. The Rohingya say they've lived in Myanmar for generations.

By Sabrina Tavernise and Andrew Pollack New York Times News Service

W ASHINGTON — A f ederal inspection o f a company w hose t a inted pain medicine has caused one of th e w orst public health drug disasters since the 1930s found greenishyellow residue on sterilization equipment, surfaces coated with levels of mold and bacteria that exceeded the company's own envir onmental limits and a n a ir-conditioner that w a s shut off nightly, despite the importance of controlling temperature and humidity. The findings, made public Friday by the Food and Drug Administration, followed a report from Massachusetts regulators Tuesday and offered disturbing new details in an emerging portrait of what went wrong inside the New E ngland Compounding Center, the pharmacy at the heart of a national meningitis outbreak in which 25 people have died, 313 more have fallen ill and as many as 14,000 people are believed to have been exposed. Instead o f pr o d ucing tailor-made drugs for individual patients, as the law allowed,the company had turned into a major drugmaker that supplied some of the m ost p r estigious hospitals in th e c ountry, including ones a f f iliated with Harvard, Yale and the Mayo Clinic, all with minimal oversight from federal regulators. F ederal o f f icials a l s o drew a t tention t o t he c ompany's proximity t o a recycling plant w here excavators a n d fr e i g ht t rucks heaped ol d m a ttresses, plastics and other materials, generating large amounts of dust. The plant, w hich is owned by o n e of thesame people as the pharmacy, has not always complied with regulations and has drawn complaints, a ccording to r e cords i n Framingham, Mass., where the company is located.

Bombing, battles mar Syria cease-fire By Ahmed Ramadan The Washington Post

BEIRUT — A car bomb, shelling and gu n b attles marred a tenuous truce that went into effect in Syria on Friday, calling into question whether a four-day holiday cease-fire brokered by the United Nations can endure. The day started out more calmly than usual, suggesting that both the government and the rebelswere making at least some effort to keep their promises to give Syrians a respite from the relentless violence engulfing the country for the duration of the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday. Many citizens took advantage of the morning lull to stage anti-government demonstrations around the country, surging onto the streets in a reminder of the initially peaceful start to the 19-month old revolt against President Bashar al-Assad's rule. But by nightfall, the reports of v i olence began piling up, casting doubt on w hether either side w as serious about observing a cease-fire.

East Coastprepares or rare'megastorm' By Brock Vergakis and Wayne Parry The Associated Press

DUCK, N.C. — A year after being walloped by Hurricane Irene, residents rushed to put away boats, harvest crops and sandbag boardwalks Friday as the Eastern Seaboard bracedfora rare "megastorm" that experts said would cause much greater havoc. Hurricane Sandy, moving north from t h e C a ribbean, was expected to make landfall Monday night near the Delaware coast, then hit two winter weather systems as it moves inland, creating a hybrid monster storm that could bring nearly a foot of r ain, high winds and up to 2 feet of snow. Experts said the storm would be wider and stronger than last year's Irene, which caused more than $15 billion in damage, and could rival the worst East Coast storm on record. O fficials di d n o t m i n c e words, telling people to be prepared for several days without electricity. Jersey Shore beach towns began issuing voluntary evacuations and p r otecting boardwalks. Atlantic Beach casinos made c o ntingency plans to close, and officials ad-






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Beachgoers venture out to the end of a causewayin Cocoa Beach, Fla., as the outer bands of Hurricane Sandy hit the area Friday. vised residents of flood-prone areas to stay with family or be ready to leave. "Be forewarned," said Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. "Assume that you will be in the midst of flooding conditions, the likes of which you may not have seen at any of the major storms that have oc-

curred over the last 30 years." The storm t h reatened to hit two weeks before Election Day, while several states were heavily involved in campaigning, canvassing and get-outthe-vote efforts. Republican p residential n o m inee M i t t Romney and Vice President Joe Biden b o t h c a n celed

weekend campaign events in coastal Virginia Beach, Va., though their events in other parts of the states were going on as planned. After I rene l ef t m i l l ions without power, utilities were taking no chances and were lining up e x tr a c rews and tree-trimmers.

Nanny is auused of killing 2 children By David B. Caruso and Meghan Barr The Associated Press

NEW YORK — The nightmarish case of a nanny accused of stabbing to death t wo children i n h e r c a r e stunned the family's well-todo neighborhood and caused legions of parents to wonder how well they know who is watching their kids. The nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, lay in cr itical condition Friday with what police said w ere s e l f -inflicted kn i f e wounds, an d i n v estigators were unable to question her, in part because she was still breathing with the help of a tube. Her motive an d m e ntal state remained a mystery, authorities said, and no charges were filed. On T h u r sday e v e n ing, the children's mother, Marina Krim, took her 3-yearold daughter home from a swim lesson to find her other youngsters, ages 2 and 6, dy-

ing of knife wounds in the bathtub of their Upper West Side apartment near Central Park. Ortega then turned the blade on herself, police said. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said the investigation has yet to reveal anything amiss in the household before the slayings. Police were looking i nto whether Ortega, a 50-yearold naturalized U.S. citizen who had worked for the family for two years, had recently sought psychiatric help. Detectives were searching her home in Washington Heights, a w o rking-class neighborh ood north o f w h e r e s h e worked and near Harlem. If there was tension bet ween the n anny an d t h e Krims, it didn't show on a Web journal kept by the children's mother. Marina Krim spoke lovingly in one entry about traveling to the Dominican Republic last February to stay for several days at the home of Ortega's sister.

Investigation of BBChost the 1980s. New York Times News Service The case could not be purLONDON — A s s e x u al sued forlack of evidence, the abuse accusations multiplied officer is reported to have said, against Jimmy Savile, one of and the police said they were Britain's best-known t elevi- looking for the case file. But it sion hosts before his death last joined others in a tally of seven complaints against Savile that year, attention turned Friday to clues of any misconduct that the police had investigated and had been ignored, overlooked then dropped. or brushed aside while he was The complaints are bound alive. to deepen questions about One of the most recent epi- why senior managers at the sodes to come to light, the po- BBC, Savile's employer for delice said, involved a retired of- cades, failed to take such inficer who revealed that he in- dications into account when, vestigated an accusation that in December, they prepared Savile had attacked a woman Christmas season tributes to in his trailer at the British him two months after he died Broadcasting Corp. studios in at 84.

fraud case By Rachel Donadio New York Times News Service

R OME — A c o ur t i n Milan c o nvicted f o rmer Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi of tax fraud Friday and sentenced him to four years in prison. Berlusconi is also currently on t rial over charges that he paid for sex with an underage prostitute. He has denied the accusation. The ruling was Berlusconi's fourth lower-court conviction, and the first since he stepped down as prime minister in November, after years in which his personal legal battles often eclipsed the work of his government. His four-year sentence was reduced to one year under a law aimed at reducing prison overcrowding. Besides being a blow to Berlusconi personally, the ruling comes at a time when his center-right party is unraveling and Italy is in the throes of the most dramatic political transition since the early 1990s, when he first came to power. It was just two days ago that he announced that he would not lead his party in Italy's next elections. "It's without a doubt a political sentence, the way so many other trials invented against me have been political," Berlusconi said after Friday's ruling, calling in to a news program on a channel he owns. A l awyer f o r B e r lusconi said the former prime minister would appeal the ruling.

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Employers Continued from A1 In an interview, Siegel said he was not ordering his employees to vote his way. "There's no way I can pressure anybody," he said. "I'm not in the voting booth with them." Siegel added: "I really wanted them to know how I felt four more years under President Obama was going to affect them. It would be no different from telling your children: 'Eat your spinach. It's good for

you.'" Dave Robertson, the president of Koch Industries, sent an information packet and letter this month to more than 30,000 employees ofa subsidiary, Georgia-Pacific, a paper and pulp company. The letter warned that government subsidiesfor "a few favored cronies" would "put unprecedented regulatory burdens on businesses." The letter added, "Many of our more than 50,000 U.S. employees and contractors may suffer the consequences, in-

cluding higher gasoline prices, runaway inflation and other ills." T he G eorgia-Pacific l e t ter, first reported by In These Times, included a flier listing several candidates endorsed by the Koch brothers, the conservative billionaires, beginning with M it t R omney, as well as opinion articles that the brothers had written. Travis McKinney, a forklift driver for Georgia-Pacific in Portland, said the company's political packet had spurred widespread discussion. "It leaves a b a d t a ste," McKinney said. "I won't even wear my Obama pin to work because of the mailer." Other c ompanies w h ose top executives have sent out anti-Obama l etters i n clude Rite-Hite, a manufacturer of industrial equipment based in Milwaukee, and ASG Software Solutions, based in Naples, Fla. Many corporate executives say they have stepped up their political activities to counter organized labor's efforts on behalf of Obama and other Democrats. Even before Citizens United, unions were allowed to promote candidates to their members. Democrats a nd Republicans alike a c knowledged the effectiveness of labor's political efforts. Romney has himself urged business owners to appeal to their employees. In a conference call in June organized by the National Federation of Independent Business, he said, "I hope you make it very clear to your employees what you

Ariel Continued from A1 The Ariel U nit p r i marily serves the families that live in the 167 units of the Ariel Glen and Ariel South apartments. Executive Director Lisa Maxwell of Boys 8 Girls Clubs of Central Oregon said the Ariel club's 106 children are registered for after-school and summer programs. T h irty-nine take part in activities each day. But the Ariel Unit had been preparing to shut down next week, the victim of d eclining government grants and p rivate-sector giving. M a x well announced Oct. 18 that the organization fell short by $75,000 of its annual budget of $105,000 for the Ariel Unit. That meant the end of afterschool homework help, arts programs, meals and other activities at the club, Maxwell said. The club employs Shelfer, the club director, and two parttime employees. Then Maxwell met Thursday with Cascades bank President and CEO Terry Zink. Shelfer recalled fielding a call from Zink a r ound Oct. 19, Zink saying he felt compelled to do something and Shelfer referring the bank president to Maxwell. But Shelfer, a Bend native with a degree in criminal justice, had "no hint, no hint at all" that anything would come of it, he said Friday. Zink was unavailable Friday, butbank Chief Human Resource Officer Peggy Biss said the company has a conn ection with B oys 8 G i r l s Clubs, where some bank employees volunteer. Zink, she said, had a real interest in help-

ing young people who have no alternative. She said the bank hears many requests for assistance from nonprofits, but can only do so much. The bank, as a "good corporate citizen," has a community-assistance fund

believe is in the best interest of your enterpriseand therefore their job and their future in the upcoming elections." Larry Gold, associate general counsel of the AFL-CIO, said some of therecent employer letters, by hinting at the possible loss of employees' jobs, appeared to cross the line intoimproper coercion. Federal law and the laws of several statesbar anyone from coercing or intimidating voters into voting a certain way. But Bradley Smith, a Republican former member of the Federal Election Commission and a professor at Capital University Law School, disagreed, saying letters like those sent by the companies were not firm threats to fire anyone if Obama won. According to the Citizens United ruling, companies may recommend candidates to employees, said Eugene Volokh, a law professor at University of California, Los Angeles. "If the employer wants to say, 'This candidate is good or bad for our business andtherefore good or bad for you, the employee, that's permissible — that's protected by the First Amendment," Volokh s a id. "But if the employer threatens to fire you based on how you vote, that's not protected." But many liberal legal experts fear t h a t e m ployees could be d iscouraged from exercising their rights to free speech. "The concern here is there is an unavoidable power disparity between management and employees," said Adam Skaggs, senior counsel at the liberal Brennan Center for Justice. "Put yourself in the shoes of an employee at any of those companies. Are you going to be comfortable putting an Obama bumper sticker on your car and driving into the

company parking lot? If you're in a small community with a big employer, will you feel uncomfortable about putting up a yard sign for a candidate your boss doesn't favor?" Election law experts did not point to any corporate efforts this year to urge employees to back Obama, althoughcorporations have at times politicked for Democratic candidates. In a statement, Koch Industries, which owns GeorgiaPacific, said its mailing contained pieces of information "we believe are important for our employees to know about." The company said the letter was in no way intimidation. "We make it clear that any decision about which candidates to support belong solely to our employees."

Zink may draw upon at his discretion, Biss said. "I think t here's no question, certainly, that resources have diminished over this terrible economic d o wnturn," Biss said. "No question it's challenging as a business in the community to determine where and who we can help." The pledge from Zink and a pledge from Housing Works, the corporation that owns and operates the Ariel Glen and Ariel South apartments, adds up to enough to keep the club running through the end of the school year, Maxwell said Friday. In the meantime, she and Housing Works Director Kenny LaPoint will work to piece together funding to keep the club alive beyond then, she said. Biss said the Bank of the Cascades would lend the organization assistance where it could to keep the Ariel club open afterthe school year. A variety of funding sources is key for nonprofit social service agencies, but government f u nding, p a rticularly, has fallen away, Maxwell said. Government grants dropped from 10 percent of Boys 8 Girls Clubs' funding to about I percent, she said. The clubs particularly relied on a U.S. Department of Justice grant aimed at r educing juvenile crime. Foundations provide another chunk of funding, and user fees account for about one-third of club revenue, Maxwell said. "In this business, you have to be asking every year, and always looking for new sources," she said. "The clubs are raising quite abit of money, but w hen one source that's largely covering that cost center evaporates, it's very difficult. You have to put plans in place ... and a bake sale doesn't quite get it." — City editor: 541-383-0367,


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Jeff Morgan, who produces the Covenant kosher wlnein Oakville, Calif., said making acclaimed wines under the Covenant label sent a "wayward Jew like me back to Judaism."

iscoveIin ait t Iou t e vine By Samuel G. Freedman

University invited Morgan during his freshman year to NAPA, Calif. — When Jeff come over for Shabbos dinMorgan rose before dawn one ner, he asked in sincere ignomorning earlier this month, rance, "What's Shabbos?" two different calendars told Morgan went wherever his him harvest time had arpassions pointed — leaving rived. It was the third day of Wesleyan to earn degrees October, the heart of grape- in music and geology from picking season in the wine French universities, leading country of Northern Califor- the resident jazz band at a nia, and it was the third day Monte Carlo casino, learning of Sukkot, the Jewish holiday to appreciate wine in Europe that since antiquity has cele- and how to make it in a startbrated the gathering of crops. up vineyard on Long Island's For the first two days of East End, then writing for Sukkot, when work is pro- wine periodicals. hibited, Morgan had k ept Along the way, he fitfully away from hi s v i neyards, set about filling the hole in putting faith in the Almighty, his soul, whether by taking a and also in his own refined conversationalHebrew class human prowess at judging in college, studying one sumwhen grapes would reach mer at the Jewish Theologitheir optimal moment of rip- cal Seminary, or standing ened, concentrated flavor. before the sacred Western Now he drove into a small Wall in Jerusalem, wondervalley near the N apa baing why he felt nothing when sin to bring in the cabernet he should have been feeling sauvignon and petite sirah. so much. He made sure that the pickers were not grabbing too 'Hashem comesin' many leaves along with the Then, in the early 1990s, grapes or piling the clusters "Hashem comes in," as Mortoo thickly in plastic bins, gan put it, using the Hebrew squeezing juice prematurely term for God. Hashem took from the fruit on the bottom. the form of an assignment Later in the day, in a ware- f rom W i n e S p ectator t o houselike building about an writeabout kosher wines for hour away, Morgan would Passover. To his own amazebegin the crushing. Then he ment, Morgan d i scovered and his wife and daughter kosher wine had improved and his winery's mashgiach, considerably from the treacly the man who oversees adher- Manischewitz brand he dimence to Judaic law in food ly recalled from childhood. preparation, and perhaps a By the end of the decade, friend, the local Chabad rab- Morgan had grown close to bi, would sit in the autumnal the Herzog family, which sunlight for a homemade ko- owned and operated a promsher lunch. inent kosher winery in CaliThese entwined strands fornia, and to Leslie Rudd, a of the sacred and the secu- Kansas-born Jew who had lar, of Judaism and vinicul- become a h igh-end wineture, have defined Morgan's maker in Napa as well as the life. The path that led him to owner of Dean & DeLuca. He making the acclaimed arti- hired Morgan as the compasanal wines under the Cov- ny's wine director and the enant label has converged author of its food-and-wine with the path that led him cookbook. That only heightfrom a childhood so Jewishly ened Morgan's ambitions. "If you give me 10 tons of rootless that his family kept a Christmas tree to an adult- your best cabernet," Morgan hood so full of Jewish tradi- recalls having told Rudd in tion that each day he recites 2002, "I can make the best the Shema prayer and straps kosher wine in 5,000 years." on tefillin, the small leather To which Rudd replied, If boxes containing b i blical you mess it up, it could be the verses. worst. " There's nothing else I The men ultimately agreed know besides kosher wine that if Morgan bought grapes that could've led a wayward elsewhere, Rudd would inJew like me back to Judaism," vest as his equal partner, Morgan, 59, said the other and so Covenant was born. day, standing on i r on-red In its early years, Morgan soil amid rows of grapevines. produced the wine in Herzog "Nothing else that could grab facilities, occasionally with me in the soul." a rabbi leading the minchah and ma'ariv (afternoon and A spiritual quest evening) worship services beFor oenophiles, and for side the fermentation tanks. kosher connoisseurs, it matIn early 2003, Morgan felt ters that Covenant makes compelled enough to teach very fine wines. Since the himself Hebrew and to read first vintage was released in his way through an English 2003, Covenant has generally translation of the Torah. He scored 90 to 94 in the ratings struggled to pronounce the by Wine Advocateand Wine kiddush, the blessing over Spectator magazines. Robert wine, at family dinners, even Parker, the wine guru, wrote as his daughters impatiently of Covenant's 2005 caber- implored, "Come on, Daddy, net sauvignon, "Jeff Morgan get on with it." continues to make one of the Yet he kept plodding. In finest kosher wines on Planet 2007, he belatedlybecame Earth." a bar mitzvah, reciting the Yet such success only rep- blessing over the Torah readresents the material manifes- ing for the first time in his life. tation of a spiritual quest, one With his wife, Jodie, a social that began in the Upper West worker by training and his Side of Manhattan house- co-author on several cookhold of an ad-man father and books, Morgan installed a a theatrical-publicist mother. kosher kitchen in their home. "This has been a journey, The closest young Jeff got to anything resembling obser- a beautiful journey," Jodie vance was attending the bar Morgan said. "It's given us mitzvah of Ben Stiller, the this sense of being welcomed, son of family friends. When embraced, a kind of spiritual the college rabbi at Wesleyan coming home." New Yorh Times News Service

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beginning at 10:30am Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith fourney Groups meet throughout the week in small

groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. REDM O N D A S S E M B L Y OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541 -548-4555 SUNDAYS Morning Worship 8:30 am F 10:30 am

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Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - Il:15 am Nursery Care available • Women's Bible Study- Tuesdays, 10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept. - May • Youth Ministry (gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6:15 pm • Men's Bible Study- Thursdays 9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 F 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM

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Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm Music and the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30 am - 10:15 am - 11 am Nursery 8 Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair S Ozzy Osbourne Associate Pastor: Trey Hinkle 13720 SW I-Iwy 126, Powell Butte 541 -548-3066 REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule: Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessionson Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

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Lay Leaders Dick Falxa 8 Wendy Howard "Day of the Dead" This week is our traditional Day of the Dead service. Please bring a photo or an object that connects you to someone who has died during your lifetime. Children will have their own activities and return to the service at its conclusion. Dick Falxa and Wendy Howard and others will lead this service. Childcare and religious education are provided! Everyone is Welcome! See our website for more information Meeting place. THE OLD STONE 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709 (541) 385-3908


OF CENTRAL OREGON Join the Unity Community Sunday 10:00 am with Rev. Jane Meyers Youth Program Provided The Unity Community meets at 62855 Powell Butte Hwy (near Bend Airport) Learn more about the Unity Community of Central Oregon at or by calling 541-388-1569 •

(In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541-382-1672 Everyone is Welcome! Rev. Jane Shaffer Sermon Title: "Healing Vision" Scripture: Mark 10:46-52 9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9am Service 11:00 am - Traditional Service Childcare provided on Sunday

Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated 'Dur)ng the Week: to worshipping God and teaching the Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Bible truths recovered through the Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Reformation. Call for information about other meetings Music S Fellowship, 541 -420-1667 Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson • • I • f) •


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Sunday Morning Worship 8:45am S 10:45am Wednesday Mid-Week Services Children 6 Youth Programs 7:00pm Nursery Care provided for all services. Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241

COM M U N I T Y PR E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street

(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541 ) 548-3367 Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor Rev. Heidi Bolt, Associate Pastor

9;00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children S Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship Youth Groups High School — Sunday 11:00am-12:30pm MiddleSchool - Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

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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

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20080 Pinebrook Blvd.~ 541-389-3436 Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church! Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am, Pastor Randy Myers

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"His only logical connecthan Hovekamp was about hiring a n a tional company. On Conger tion, as tenuous as it is, implies The firm the board hired, IlA TV ad paid for by Hove- that if you vote for anything, linois-based Hazard, Young, kamp's campaign states that likecourt funding, or correcAttea & Associates, charged since Conger took office in tions, or Oregon Health Plan a base feeof $23,0000. After 2010, teachers have lost their or programs for seniors or cutadvertising, consultant an d jobs and schools have been in ting taxes, the conclusion is candidate expenses, the tab crisis. It shows a young girl, that's a higher priority?" Congrew to $41,281, according to looking sad at a desk and a ger said. Bulletin reports. teacher packing up her classConger called it an "impos"As my opponent Jason room, presumably having lost sible conclusion." "If there was anythingI have Conger knows, when you do her job. "Jason Conger, when you these high profile, very impordone or said that implied that I tant, public and thorough na- choose tax cuts for the rich thought corporate tax breaks, tional searches, they do have and deep cuts for our schools, of all the absurd things, is a costs associated with them," you have the wrong priorities higher priority than educatHovekamp said. The ad "dis- for Oregon," said the narrator. ing kids, I guess it would be torts" the truth, he said, and Conger as a legislator favors fair," Conger said. "But I have that context is necessary. the wealthy, said Hovekamp. never done or said anything "It's one of the most impor- To illustrate his point, Hov- that would cause a reasonable tant and prominent positions ekamp pointed to several bills person to think that." in the community and if we that Conger supported to illusConger said he is in favor had not done a national search trate his point. of reducing taxes. He believes "Jason Conger has in the then I'm sure we would have doing so leads to job creation been criticized for not being past, and gives every indica- and ultimately more revenue thorough," Hovekamp said. tion that he will in the future, for the state. The "raising taxes" claim give tax breaks for the very "He could say I'm in favor refers to a proposed construc- wealthy and large corpora- of reducing tax rates, that's tion excise tax that Hovekamp tions," Hovekamp said. true," Conger said. "But to exsaid he supported. The school In the 2011 session, Conger trapolate that and ignore what board defeated the proposal to introduced a bill t o r e duce I actually did is misleading ... add $1 per square foot to prop- corporateexcise and income There is nothing, nothing in erty tax bills for all new resi- taxes. It did not become law. my record to suggest somedential construction and 50 He unsuccessfullypushed to thing other than a deep comcentsper square foot on comoverturn Measure 66, a mea- mitment to improving educamercial construction within sure thatincreased taxes on tion in this state," Conger said. high-income earners. And he the district. Wilkinson has worked with "That is something I stand voted in favor of Senate Bill both men and said they both by still. Growth should pay its 301, which re-connected the have a deep commitment to way," Hovekamp said. state tax code to the federal education. "In m y opinion, I d o n 't Hovekamp shocked his fel- code. Doing so gave students a low board members when, as chance to deduct up to $4,000 think either of them actually board chairman in June 2008, for college tuition and stay pass the fact check," Wilkinhe walked out of a board meet- on their parents' health plans son said of the two advertiseing shortly after the Pledge of until they reach age 26. It also ments. "It requires at least four Allegiance. gave $93 million in tax breaks board members to agree on a "I agree the resignation was to businesses. (national) board search ... and abrupt, and perhaps if I had That money c ould h a ve Jason has worked hard to repto do it over I might handle gone to schools, Hovekamp resent the district." it somewhat differently," he said, and shows where Con— Reporter 541-554-1162 sa>d. ger's priorities are. IdakeC< His reasonsforleaving were personal, he said. "We simply had two very young children at the time," he said. "I was working, finishing a Ph.D. at the time, I was doing work on the school board and the planning commission and working full time at the community college and I just needed to focus on p r ivate matters." The timing was right, he said. He had served four years and the board had just picked a new superintendent. He declined to say why he didn't give the board more notice.


"Because San Francisco is such an eclectic city and so Continued from A1 diverse, and with all the difThe offerings r a nged ferent foods, people just like from high-octane Belgian selection and they just support Trappist ales to a full suite local beers," said Sandie Filiof c i t y-brewed A n c hor piak, ATlLT Park's director of Steam concoctions. concessions. "There's room for John Callaway, 50, stood a lot, and not every city is that way." crammed elbow-to-elbow at the bar with his friend Unlike bars outside other Trisha Cruse, 53, sipping ballparks, the Public House a hand-pumped, English- allows fans to take their destyle cask bitters made spe- signer brews directly into the cial for the ballpark bar, the ballpark through the turnstile Public House, by San Fran- tucked away in the back. Fans cisco brewery Magnolia. can come back and forth dur"I just like English biting the game, trying a differters, and they are not easy ent ale, cider, porter or stout. t o find, especially i n a While the more adventurballpark," Callaway said, ous local ales are being congrabbing his filled cup and sumed in great quantity, the heading toward the ballestablished brands like Coors park turnstile in the back and Budweiser still lead sales of the bar. ballpark-wide, Filipiak said. At D etroit's Comerica Still, sales at th e P ublic Park, where only a couple House during a game against of locallymade beers are Cincinnati i n the NL DS on tap, die-hard Motor City showed just h o w d i v e r se fans are just fine with the baseball fans' tastes are beunpretentious, established coming, and how many of American beer brands. the locally made brews were Detroit is a "blue-collar, embraced. domestic beer town" said Of the top 10 sellers there Bob Thormeier, who over- during one Giants-Reds game, sees food and drink sersix were from relatively small vices at the Tigers ballpark. Northern Californiabrewer"The younger segment of ies, with the best seller among people are going toward those being Russian River the (craft beer), but a lot of Brewing's "Blind Pig IPA," a our fans around here grew high-octane, super hoppy beer up on domestic beers. They made in Santa Rosa. "It's our conscious decision grew up o n y our M i l ler Lites, your Coors Lights, to focus on craft beers and loBud Lights." cal, interesting products," said San Francisco's craft Greg Stone,the tavern'sbeverbeer obsession is on full age manager. display at the Public House, Detroit's ball yard has more a ball yard bar on Willie than 130 spots where fans can Mays Plaza just outside the buy beer on a typical game stadium's main entrance. day, and about 120 of them The bar b oasts 24 t aps serve Americanbeers that are (that's Mays' retired numhousehold names. While a mic r o -brewed, ber), but pours more than 60 different beers, with a c hocolate stout s erved b y focus on local breweries.

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hand-pump may be atad too "San Francisco" for Detroit fans,the Tigers'ballpark does not completely leave craft beer aficionados wanting. Those who look can find about 10 places that sell craft beers, including Atwater, which is brewed at a spot across town, and Galesburg, Mich.-made Bell's. The Tigers' park also continues a long tradition of serving Michigan-produced food. Fans can buy locally made sausages — Winter's from Detroit — as well as Hudsonville Ice Cream, which is a West Michigan favorite. And the hot dog buns come from a local baker, Brown's Bakery, which has been providing buns at Tigers games since the 1930s. "And it's very i m portant with the way the economy has been around Michigan and around Detroit to try and keep things local and try and boost the local companies as best we can," said Thormeier. T he Comerica food a n d d rink c h ief s ai d h e ' s e x c hanged emails w i t h hi s counterpart in San Francisco — and they wished each other good luck. "(The Giants park) was one of the first stadiums to really put in all the craft beers, and a lot of people mimic what (they do) out there," he said.

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SPOTLIGHT Sustainability awards revealed The Environmental Center recently announced its 2012 Sustainability Award winners, which were se-

lected by acommunity review committee. Six awards, selected from among 20 nominations, go to citizens, businesses andorganizations in the community that are dedicated to sustainability. They include:

Individual:Karen Kassy. A writer and consultant who moved to

Sisters two years ago, Kassy has championed recycling. Shesold her car and shares avehicle for trips that require dnvlng.

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Human Dignity Coalition Executive Director Melissa Adams Gianoplus, left, passes keysto Jennifer Kimble, board president, as they move into the coalition's new office at 155 N.W. Irving Ave. in Bend.

SolAire Homebuilders.

Owners Mike and Cindi O'Neil build cus-

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waste philosophy. Large dusiness: Deschutes Brewery. The fifth-largest craft

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use of standard disposable plastic products,

composts, and recycles and transforms its fryer oils into bio-diesel.

Special awards: "Vision": Bend Living Cities Design

Team (StevenAmes, Rachel Stemach, Stacey

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development guidelines. This entry into the International Living Cit-

ies Design competition made it into the finals. The city of Bend is putting elements of the work into its planning. "Commitment to the

cause": Debra Burke. Burke, a long-time Central Oregon resident, rides her bike nine miles into town from her

house, regardless of weather. Her straw-bale home

uses only passive and active solar energy, and she catches and reuses water.

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Twenty years ago, Oregon voters handily defeated Ballot Measure 9, which tried to make government agencies — including public schools — package homosexuality with pedophilia and sadism and recognize them all as "abnormal, wrong, unnatural and perverse ... to be discouraged and avoided." A group of Central Oregonians at the time organized in opposition to the measure, which would have sanctioned discrimination based on sexual What: Human Dignity Coalition's pr efe r e nce. 20th AnniversarY party and all-ages That group the Human Dignity Co"barn dance." S traight allies of the alition, is celebrating its 20th anniverLGBTQ community are encouraged sary next Saturclay, 20 years to the day to attend. Western attire is afterMeasure 9 was defeated.

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suggested. Theevent includes live


music from theMoon Mountain Ramblers, barbecue, no-host bar, auction, enterta

The organization

When:6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday,

the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual,

The Human Dignity Coalition, a Bend-based nonprofit that supports

Nov. 3.

transgender and queer) community in Central Oregon, has morphed over 549 N.W. Harmon Blvd., Bend the years, tackling various causes such as disability access and racial Cost:$10 in advance or $15 discrimination. at the door, includes food and In 2007, it focused specifically on entertainment protecting human rights, fighting opAdvance ticke Cali 541 385 Pression and advocating equality for the 3320 or 541-279-6143 or visit the LGBTQ PoPulation. Human DignityCoalition office at That focus remains, but the orga155 N.W. Irving nization is entering a new phase of its Info: 541-385-3320 or go to evolution. The Human Dignity Coalition has new leadership,for starters. The new executive director, Melissa Adams Gianoplus, 39, has a master's degree in social work and experience counseling children and families, with an emphasis on domestic violence. Locally, she's worked for Saving Grace, The KIDS Center and St. Charles Health System. SeeCoalition /B6

Human Dignity Coalition board president Jennifer Kimble,back left, and executive director Melissa Adams Gianoplus take in their surroundings at the coalition's new office.

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Melissa Adams Gianoplus, executive director for Human Dignity Coalition since May,answers a call at the coalition's new office.

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This year's ToyRun will take place Dec. 8. All of the collected items will be given to the Elks Club of Bend for distribution during Christmas. Those interested in making a raffle donation can contact Sherri Wingerd at 541-7718489. — From staff reports

Jennifer Kimble offers assistance to Melissa Adams Gianoplusas they move into the coalition's new quarters in Bend. The new office shares a roof with, among others, union groups and immigration rights organizations.

Melissa Adams Gianoplus carries a boxinto the new office of the Human Dignity Coalition in Bend. Gianoplus, 39, has worked locally for Saving Grace, The KIDS Center and St. Charles Health System.




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"Mad Men," "Breaking Bad — have relatively "Guys like us, we had it s m a l l au diences. (The recent made," Archie an d E d ith "Breaki ng Bad" midseason B unker sang to open epi- fi n a l e drew an estimated 2.8 sodes of "All in the Family," m i l l i on viewers; a generic one of television's great com- f i r st-season episode of "All in edies. "Those were the days." t h e Fam ily" had more than To which makers of today's 2 1 m i lli on, at a time when television shows the United States might respond: TQ 5pQTLiQHQ had roughly 100 "I'll say. All those m illion few e r viewers. All that people in it than influence." it does today.) Conversely, As the Shout! Factory re- d e t racto rs of reality shows l eases a boxed set this week l i k e " A merican Idol" might containing all nine seasons a r g ue, some of the w orst of theseries along with some shows o n TV are among the tasty extras, it is clearer than m o st po pular. e ver what a singular phe Thes e days television innomenon "All in the Family" f l u ences culture t h r ough was. Sure, it was a funn y cu m u l ative effect. If society s how with a fabulous cast, i s b e coming more tolerant but we can now see that it o f , say,interracial marriage m ay also have been a high- o r o p enly gay people, it is water mark for television in p a r t l y because viewers see t erms of how much impact m i x e d marriages and gay a singleseries can have in characters on a wide range s haping American culture. of s h o ws. But 40 years ago, Before "All in the Family," w h e n of course there were s itcoms were largely some- o n l y t hree networks, to be t hing to tune in for escape m a k i n g"All in the Family" a nd reassurance. But as of w a st o know that you were J an. 12, 1971, when "All in pu t t i n ga topic or a mode of the Family" had its premiere b e havio r on the American on CBS as a midseason re- a g endaall on your own. placement, comedies sud Nor man Lear, who cred enly had permission to be a t e d " AIl in the Family" after relevant in the way that va- b e i ng inspired by the Britriety shows like "Rowan & i s hseries "Till Death Us Do Martin's Laugh-In" and "The P a r t," sa id it took a while for S mothers Brothers Comedy h i m a n d his crew to grasp Hour" had already tried. j ust how their little show And it was the American a b out the Bunker familypublic that granted them this t h e bigo ted Archie; the daffy permission,because"All in the E d i th; their flighty daughter, Family"was ahugehit,the No. G l oria; her stridently liberal I show on television for more h u sband, Michael — was bethan half its run. It represents i n g received and what an opone of the last times that the p o r t unity they had. "I wo uld say for several bestshowon TVwas alsothe e're just in the busimost popular show on TV. year s , 'W Today it often seems as n e s s of entertaining,"' Lear if the opposite is true. Some s a id. "'W e're not trying to of the best shows of our sendmessages.'" By Neil Genzlinger


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Due to the Halloween Bash, no movies will be shown today. After 7 p.m., showsare 21 and older only.Youngerthan21may attend screenings before 7 p.m.if accompaniedby a legalguardian.

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Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 & IMAX 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend, 541-382-6347

ALEX CROSS(PG-13) 1:55, 4:55, 7:30, 10:05 ARGO (R) 12:05, 3, 6, 9 CHASINGMAVERICKS(PG) 12:15, 3:05, 6:05, 9:05 CLOUDATLAS(R) Noon, 4, 7:45 FRANKENWEENIE(PG) 12:55, 4:05, 6:35, 9:25 FUN SIZE(PG-13) 12:45, 3:35, 6:30, 9:20 HERE COMESTHE BOOM (PG)2, 4:30, 7:10, 9:45 HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA3-D (PG) 3:30, 9:15 HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA(PG)12:35, 6:20 LOOPER(R) 3:20, 9:30 THE METROPOLITANOPERA: OTELLO (no MPAArating) 9:55 a.m. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY4IMAX (R) 1:45, 4:45, 7:55, 10:15 PARANORMALACTIVITY4 (R) 1:40, 4:40, 7:45, 10:10 PITCH PERFECT(PG-13) 12:20, 3:15, 6:15, 9:10

As of press time, complete movie times were unavailable. For more information, visit www.tinpantheater. com.

Editor's notes • Accessibility devices are available for some movies at RegalOld Mill Stadium16 8 IMAX. • There may be an additional fee for 3-D and IMAX films. • Movie times are subject to change after press time.

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Horoscope:HappyBirthday for Saturday,Qct. 27,2012 By Jacqueline Bigar This year you open up to more excitement in your daily life. You could try to avoid all these unexpected events, but it will not work. If you often find that you are caught in a power play, do not play into it. If you are single, you could meet someone just in the process of being yourself. This person might not be "the one" for you, but he or she will be a fun date. If you are attached, the two of you develop a hobby together. This shared interest makes for more closeness between you. ARIES pushes hard for what he or she wants. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You'll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult ARIES (March 21-April 19) ** * * Y our choices could be limited by a recent event or action. A major adjustment or change in tactic might be necessary. Listen to someone you eminently respect. This person will open your mind simply through his or her thought process. Tonight: Dive into the moment. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) ** * You have a strong sense about when you need to say less and follow someone else's lead or others' suggestions. Simultaneously, insights come forward about key people and/or your interactions. A partner might be a little grumpy right now. Let it go. Tonight: Allow someone to treat you well. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) ** * * * Y ou know what you want, but apparently so does someone else. You both can have what you want, if you decide to give up black-and-white rigidity. Tonight: Wherever the happening is, you are right in the middle. CANCER(June 21-July 22) *** By leanin g backand enjoying yourself, you'll see new vistas and possibilities. Let someone you respect call the shots; you simply are going along for the ride. A partner or loved one could become very controlling. Let this person be. Tonight: In the limelight. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) ** * * R ead between the lines. A child or new flame could be unusually forthright, which forces you to step back and take this person seriously. You actually are receiving an invitation, perhaps in a nontraditional fashion. Opt for breaking away from your routine. Tonight: Off on an adventure.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) ** * You will have a tendency to say more in the next few weeks. Currently, a close friend or loved one dominates your space, if not your thoughts. If you are having mixed feelings, think before you blurt out a statement. Tonight: Run with someone's fun idea. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) ** * * O t hers seem determined to have it their way. If you become resistant, ask yourself why you feel that way before acting out or saying "no." A clear statement will be responded to positively and could initiate an important, long-overdue talk. Tonight: Go with someone else's plans. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) ** * * Y our words and actions carry much more power than in thepast.You have awayandstyle that let others know you are not kidding. Use care when dealing with someone strategic in your life. You do not want to cause an uproar, though inevitably it could surround your finances. Tonight: If you can, be a couch potato. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) ** * * Y ou have a fiery side that demands attention. You might feel pressured financially or need to update your budget. Tap into your creativity and approach a risk with the knowledge thatyou can handle any problem well. Tonight: Be spontaneous ... throw a party. CAPRICORN(Dec. 22-Jan. 19) ** * Know what you want and expect from a situation. You have made decisions upto nowthatyou felt were unchangeable, but as you grow,yousee many more options. Express your frustration to someone who can hear you loud and clear. Tonight: Happiest close to home. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) ** * * W hile someone might be vested in surprising you, your response might do more than just jolt him or her. A friend who sometimesis pushydemands your time now. In an odd situation, you might meet someone quite interesting. Tonight: Speak your mind. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) ** * Be sensitive to your options. You have many more available to you than you know. Your finances play a strong role in your decisionmaking process. Opportunities surround family, real estate and your personal life. Tonight: Hang out close to home. ©2012 by King Features Syndicate



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TODAY REDMOND GRANGE BREAKFAST: A community breakfast with scrambled eggs, pancakes and beverages;$6,$3 ages12 and younger; 7-10:30 a.m.; Redmond Grange, 707 S.W. Kalama Ave.; 541-4804495. "THE METROPOLITAN OPERA: OTELLO":Starring Renee Fleming, Johan Botha and Michael Fabiano in a presentation of Verdi's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted live in high definition; $24, $22 seniors, $18 children; 9:55 a.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium16 & IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. "EVIL DEAD:THEMUSICAL": 2nd Street Theater presents the musical comedyabout five college students who accidentally unleash an evil force; contains adult language; $21, $25 splatter zone, $18 students and seniors; Shows are at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or SUNRIVER HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL:With games, costume contests, a haunted house, train rides and more; free; 2-6 p.m.; Village at Sunriver, 57100 Beaver Drive; 541-593-5948. THE "U" WORD:A lecture discussing the historical and political aspects of reproductive rights in the United States; free; 3 p.m.; Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave.; 541-312-1034, tinad@ or www. HISTORICALHAUNTS OF DOWNTOWNBEND:Walk to historical buildings that are said to have experienced paranormal events and hear their ghostly tales; $10, free museum members and ages12 and younger; 4-7:30 p.m.; Des Chutes Historical Museum, 129 N.W. Idaho Ave.; 541-389-1813 or HALLOWEENPARTY: Featuring a costume contest, a jack-o'lantern contest, a raffle, table games and a dinner; $6; 4:30-9 p.m.; La Pine Senior Activity Center, 16450 Victory Way; 541536-3207. VFW DINNER:A roast beef dinner; proceeds benefit local veterans; $8; 5-7 p.m.; VFWHall, 1503 N.E. Fourth St., Bend; 541389-0775. NEIGHBORHOOD HALLOWEEN PARTY:Featuring games, food, face painting, a costume contest and more; for children ages10 and younger; proceeds benefit The Giving Plate; $4, $2 with a non-perishable food item; 5:307:30 p.m.; Marshall High School, 1291 N.E. Fifth St., Bend; 541355-3500. ARM WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP:Arm wrestle locals and top performers in various weight classes; proceeds benefit the Friends of Oregon Badlands Wilderness; $5 admission, $20 to participate; 6 p.m., doors open at 5:30 p.m.; The Old Stone, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-322-7273. HALLOWEENBASH:Live music with A.M. Interstate, the Hooligans, the Confederats, Travis Kenny, Nuclear Salt and more;$3;6p.m.; Big T's,413 S.W. Glacier Ave., Redmond; 541-504-3864. TALES OFHALLOWS' EVE: With live animals, dramatic readings, Hallows' Eve tales, puppetmaking and mor e; $2, free for museum members; 6-8 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Amanda Coplin talks about her book "The Orchardist"; free; 6:30 p.m.; Paulina Springs Books, 252 W. Hood Ave., Sisters; 541-549-0866. "FIDDLER ONTHE ROOF": The Summit High School drama department presents the musical abouta Jewish peasant who must marry off his three daughters while facing anti-Semitism; $10, $8 students, seniors and children; 7 p.m.; Summit High School, 2855 N.W. Clearwater Drive, Bend; 541-355-4000 or "THE BRITISH IN NAPOLEONIC TIMES":The Central Oregon History Performers present a production set in the early 1800s, with singing, dancing and drama skits; $5, free for children12 and under; 7 p.m.; The Bridge Church of the Nazarene, 2398 W. Antler Ave., Redmond; 541-504-4233. HAUNTEDHOUSES:Featuring three haunted houses; "Dark Intentions" and "the Hauntat Juniper Hollow" are recommended for ages12 and older; "Distortions" 3-D haunt is all ages; proceeds benefit the Oregon Athletic & Educational Foundation; $12, $20 two

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WEDNESDAY HOWL-0-WEEN:With pet photos, a costume contest, refreshments and more; proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Central Oregon; free; 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Humane Society of Central Oregon, 61170 S.E 27th St., Bend; 541-382-3537 or PUMPKIN PATCH:Freeadmission; noon-6 p.m.; Central Oregon Submitted photo Pumpkin Company, 1250 N.E Cloverdayle, a Portland country band,will play a benefit SunWilcox Ave., Terrebonne; 541-504day at Bend High School in memory of the late Jen Burgess 1414 or Thompson, who died of cancer Oct. 12. Proceeds from the OLD MILLDISTRICT HALLOWEEN show will benefit Jen's family. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. at PARTY:With pumpkin painting, the high school, 230 N.E. Sixth St. Admission is $20 plus fees. crafts, trick-or-treating, wagon Learn more online at rides, circus performers and more; free; 4-7 p.m.; Center Plaza, the Old Mill District, Southwest Powerhouse Drive between TheGapand haunts, $25 all haunts; 7 p.m.; old competitors, a beer garden, live Anthony's, Bend; 541-312-0131 or Parr Lumber buildings, 443 S.W. music, cultural food and more; Evergreen Ave., Redmond; free for spectators; 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; REDMONDFIREAND RESCUE Deschutes Brewery, 901 S.W. HALLOWEEN PARTY: Trick-or-treat Simpson Ave., Bend; JAZZ ATJOE'S VOLUME4D: The at the Redmond fire station, with Jazzat Joe's series presents The games and information aboutfire Cavemen; registration required; $25; PUMPKIN PATCH:Freeadmission; safety; free; 4-8:30 p.m.; Redmond 7 p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; DD Ranch, 3836 N.E. Fire & Rescue,341 N.W. Dogwood N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne; 541Ave.; 541-504-5000. 541-977-5637, joe© 548-1432 or COMMUNITY HARVESTPARTY: or CORN MAIZE:$7.50, $5.50 ages Featurin g games, candy and more; PORTLANDYOUTH 6-11, free ages 5 andyounger; free; 6-8 p.m.; Calvary Chapel PHILHARMONIC:The youth 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Central Oregon Redmond, 616 S.W. Ninth St.; 541orchestra performs, under the Pumpkin Company,1250 N.E. 923-8614. direction of David Hattner; proceeds Wilcox Ave., Terrebonne; 541-504HALLOWEEN HALL:Trick-or-treat benefit Bend High School; $5; 1414 or at the college's Juniper Hall; for 7 p.m.; Bend High School, 230 N.E. MONSTERDASH: A 5K run to ages12 and younger; free; 6-8 p.m.; Sixth St.; 503-223-5939 or benefit Angel Flight West; with a Central Oregon Community College, costume contest and kids mile run; 2600 N.W. CollegeW ay,Bend;541"POR ELFLAMENCO": A registration required; $25-$30; 10 383-7593. presentation of traditional flamenco a.m., race registration at 9 a.m.; artistry, featuring gypsy flamenco Highland Magnet School, 701 N.W. HAUNTEDHOUSES:Featuring three haunted houses; "Dark Intentions" singer Jesus Montoya and dancer Newport Ave., Bend. For more and "the Haunt at Juniper Hollow" Savannah Fuentes; $20, $12 information, call 541-389-1601. are recommended for ages12 and students, $7 children, plus fees; 8 PUMPKIN PATCH:Freeadmission; older; "Distortions" 3-D haunt is all p.m.; The Sound Garden,1279 N.E. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Central Oregon ages; proceeds benefit the Oregon Second St., Bend; 541-633-6804 or Pumpkin Company, 1250 N.E. Athletic & Educational Foundation; www.thesoundgardenstudi Wilcox Ave., Terrebonne; 541-504$12, $20 two haunts, $25 all haunts; CYCLOCROSS WAREHOUSE 1414 or 7 p.m.; old Parr Lumber buildings, PARTY:Featuring live music, a DJ, AMY GOODMAN:The host of the 443 S.W. Evergreen Ave., Redmond; performance troupes and more, news program "Democracy Now!" with a "Cyclo Du Soleil" theme; speaks; $30, $25 KPOVmembers; FOR ANIMALSSAKEART proceeds benefit the Bend Paddle noon; Greenwood Playhouse,148 AUCTION:Featuring live music, Trail Alliance; $10; 8 p.m.N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541food, a costume contest and more; 2 a.m.; Deschutes Brewery's lower 322-0863 or proceeds benefit the Redmond warehouse, 399S.W. Shevlin Hixon HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION: Humane Society; free; 7:30 p.m.; Drive, Bend; 541-385-8606 or Halloween carnival with a petting Ambiance Art Co-op, zoo, pony rides, a hay maze, 435 Evergreen Ave., Redmond; HALLOWEEN PARTY:Featuring costume contest and more; free; rock music by Out of Hand. dancing, noon-4 p.m.; C.E. Lovejoy's The Portlandfoodand beverages;8 p.m .;W ickiup Brookswood Market, 19530 Amber CABINPROJECT: Station Sports Pub, 52600 U.S. Meadow Drive, Bend; 541-388-1188. based folk-pop band performs; $5; Highway 97, La Pine; 541-536-7577. OREGON OLDTIME FIDDLERS: 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. HALLOWEEN PARTY:Featuring Fiddle music and dancing; donations Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879. THE REVERENDPEYTON'S BIG performances by Broken Down accepted; 1-3:30 p.m.; VFWHall, Guitars and AveryJames and The 1836 S.W. Veterans Way, Redmond; DAMN BAND:The lndiana-based Hillandales, with a zombie pinup country-blues act performs, 54 I-647-4789. contest; $5; 7 p.m., doors open at with Harley Bourbon and Boxcar THE "U" WORD:A lecture 6:30 p.m.; The Horned Hand, Stringband; $10 plus fees, $13 at discussing the historical and 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; the door; 8:30 p.m., doors open political aspects of reproductive 541-728-0879 or at 8 p.m.; Domino Room, 51 N.W. rights in the United States; free; Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-7882 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public thehornedhand. 2989. Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; HALLOWEEN PARTY:Featuring MOON MOUNTAINRAMBLERS: 541-3 I2-1 034, Emerald City and a costume contest; tinad© or The Americana band performs, $2; 8:30 p.m.; Northside Bar & Grill, with a scream contest; $7, $5 with 62860 Boyd Acres Road, Bend; 541- BENEFITCONCERT: A performance a costume; 9:30 p.m.; Silver Moon 383-0889. Brewing & Taproom, 24 N.W. by the country act Cloverdayle, in HALLOWEENDANCEPARTY: memory of Jen Burgess Thompson; Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-3888331. With performances by Bellingham, proceeds benefit Jen'sfamily; $20 Wash.-based Polecatand a DJ; THRILLER DANCE PARTY: With plusfees;6:30 p.m.;Bend High ages 21 and older; free; 9 p.m.; MC Mystic and Gainon the lllyrikill, a School, 230 N.E. 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Coalition Continued from B1 A c areer s ocial w o rker, Gianoplus is debuting new mental health counseling programs through the H uman Dignity Coalition, particularly for youth whose health and well-being is often in jeopardy. Youth in the LGBTQ community have twice the rate of suicide as straight youth, said Gianoplus. "Youth is who we need to serve," she said. "This service is a matter of urgent persistence, like a health epidemic." T he organization i s a l so moving into what leaders are calling a new "social justice center" on the edge of downt own Bend, sharing a r o of with, among others, union groups and immigration rights organizations. Gianoplus i s r ec r u iting "straight allies" to speak out within social media venues or at public gatherings. Straight allies can be powerful and effective in taking the Human Dignity Coalition and its constituents from the fringe into the mainstream. She's reaching out to new and different businesses from all over the region in her fundraising, in an attempt to expand the organization's circles. "I want to professionalize the image," said Gianoplus. H uman D i g n it y Co a l i tion programs include "queer youth space," a regular sup-

the gay marriage issue and

safe and accepted. That's what Human Dignity Coalition tries to provide. J ennifer Kimble, the 4 8 year-old attorney who took the position of board president in December, wishes she'd had a similar scene to join when she came out. Kimble grew up in a small town in Arizona. When shetold her family she was a lesbian at age 17, her family was supportive, but they didn't really know what to do. They sent Kimble to see a counselor, who was helpful, Kimble said, but not familiar with her issues. "There was no place for me

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studies student at th e U n iversity of Oregon, Gianoplus reached out to her apartment manager, a lesbian, who she could talk to. That w oman helped her come to terms with her sexual orientation, she sa>d. "She explained to me what internalized h omo p hobia was," Gianoplus said. "We struggle with our own identity because we have our own homophobia." At that time, she called herself a "lesbian bisexual." She was primarily a t tracted to port group for people ages 14 women. But now she prefers to 20 to meet, talk, plan events the word "pansexual" which and hear guest speakers. The m eans shecan be attracted to o rganization o f f er s g r o u p "all gender representations," therapy, and a new transgen- she said. "My authentic self depends der support group. All these services are free to the public. on who I'm in a relationship The Human Dignity Coali- with," she said. tion puts on a queer prom and She married her c u rrent an annual drag show, which husband in 2010, she said. not onlyraises funds for the Gianoplus, a Redmond resiorganization, but raises vis- d ent, is the mother of t w o ibility for that segment of the young children from a previpopulation, "which develops ous relationship. community as well as helping As a bisexual, she can play the mental health of that popu- "the straight game," she said, lation," Gianoplus said. which, in the queer community, is often criticized. Theleaders "We're called'fence-sitters,'" Around the same time that she said. Ballot Measure 9 was makGianoplus said sexual repi ng n ews, G i anoplus w a s resentations appear across a coming out, the term used to spectrum, but the labels matdescribe public disclosure of ter less than the more crucial homosexuality. need for everyone to have a A feminist and w o men's community in which they feel


Gay:Men who are attracted to men.

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age the group's members, or

attempts to capture the idea that attractions are fluid and

regardless of gender representation. Transgender:A person who appears like or attempts to become like the opposite sex. It includes transvestites, who don't change their anatomy but may dress like a member of the opposite sex, as well as those who have changed their anatomy through hormone

therapy or surgery. Queer:An umbrella term for anyone not clearly heterosexual. Source: Melissa Adams Gianoplus, executive director of the Human Dignity Coalition

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Redmond attorney Jennifer Kimble is presidentof the Human Dignity Coalition's board.

how that will affect her future relationships. "It's a basic human right that everyone else gets," she said.

kids in the early '80s, so I had no one to talk to," she said. "I'd always known I was a orientation. lesbian. But I had a great sense K i mb l e m oved to Central of isolation. I didn't know any- O r egon in 1998. She lives in o ne else who was gay. I felt R e d mond and w o rk s a s a very alone. It would have been p u blic defender. As a Human nice to have a teen peer-sup- D i g n ity Coalition board memport group to talk about issues b er, she not only helps when it's time to move bookshelves with," she said. T hroughoutherlife,Kimble f r o m t h e o l d o f f ice to t h e has pioneered several such new location,she does some g roups. Du r i n g f undraising a n d college at Northfields a lot of legal /~ COU/d ~e ern Arizona Uniinquiries.

to marry my partner. My partner and I have no legal status. We live together. It's not equal. It's not fair."


For Hunter Akin, a 17-yearold at Mountain View High School, the Human Dignity C oalition i s p r o viding t h e community that Kimble never had at that age. In addition to j azz choir, versity, knowing Dppl eSSjye j f Some o f the le- rollerderby and academics, there were a few is the president of the ~e pp/d pepp/e g a l questions areAkin other lesbian and about p e ople's Gay Straight Alliance club in g ay students in the ~/IeY fleeded ~0 rig h ts what her school. It helps the lesbian dorms, sheworked ge gCtjyjStS, pr l and l ords and em-and gay community to be visto establish a gay ~/Iey f l e e de d ploye r sarelegally ible in the schools, because it "shows we're not hiding," she student group and allowed to do, for almost lost her job ~D CDme DU~. example. said. Nevertheless, the group's as a resident assis- We j USt yVBrft She often anposters often get ripped off the tant in the dorms swers the ques- walls pretty quickly, she said. / ~ ~ by doing so. But tion: "What's the Akin told her family she was emPo®e"eC/ ~o di f f erence be- a lesbian when she was about with the help of an American Civil mgke t/I ejf pyyfI tween d o mestic 15, before she went to a HuL iberties U n i on PartnershiPs and man Dignity Coalition queer hired attorney, she QeSg QeCjS jpfIS marriage?" prom 2'/2 years ago, she said. kePt her job and The ge n e ral Her family is fully supportive, Mel;ssa Adams formed the group. Gianppius answer: d o mes- she said. But she lacked many In law school, she executive director, tic PartnershiPs, f riends in h e r s chool w h o repeated the proHumanolgnlty or civil u n i ons, shared the same issues, quescess. The school tions and lifestyle. Cpagtjpn don't include all didn't want to fund the same rights Before becoming part of the the group. Then as marriage Human D i gnity C o alition's they didn't want to w hen i t c o m e s community, "I didn't feel conadvertise it in their to things like innected to th e o t her L G BT catalog. heritances, medical decision- youth," she said. "The intern"All I want to do is provide making, children. "Things that ship, Pride Fest and queer support and let other people y o u take for granted," she said. youth space all connected me "My biggest f r u stration to other people that I wouldn't know that there are gay people and they need support," r i g h t now — we'restalledasa have found." "It's vital to the gay commushe said. community, state, and on the Once she was working as n a t i onal level, on the issue of nity," she said. It's also an outlet for her poan attorney, some of her le- g a y m a rriage,"shesaid. "I pay taxes, go to work and litical advocacy. Akin was mogal work included gay rights — serving people who were provide servicesto people. I tivated to work as an intern at fired or not seated in a restau- s h ould have the same rights as the organization in large part rant because of their sexual e v e ryone else. I should be able because she worries about

constituents, as she calls them, to come out, or even to become activistsfor a cause such as gay marriage. Those are personal choices, Gianoplus said. "It could be oppressive if we told people they needed to be activists, or they needed to come out," she said. "We just want people to be empowered to make their own best decisions." "To me, looking at policy and law is great, but we need to get people to that point. If they're depressed and anxious, they can't be activists for a cause," she said. Until LGBTQ people stop worrying about their safety from bullying, or their survival in the job market, they can't experience self-actualization or become an activist for a cause, she said. The cultural environment is

changing, said Gianoplus. She is hopeful that things might be easier for today's younger LGBTQ population. They have role models in the media, such as Ellen DeGeneres. Pop culture includes TV shows such as "Will and Grace," which featuresgay characters.More r ecently, the r epeal of t h e Don't Ask Don't Tell policy for military service members and

the high-profile topic of gay marriage acrossthe country have brought this issue into most people's consciousness. In Central Oregon, she said, the acceptance of the LGBTQ c ommunity ha s b ee n b e tter than some members have f eared. M e mbers w a l k e d in a parade this summer in Redmond, and were welcomed by applause and "thank you" comments more than "boos" or d e r ogatory c o m ments, Gianoplus and a few board members said. "Central Oregon has b ecome a more vibrant, inclusive a nd just community in o u r 20 years," the organization writes on its website. "But we still have a long way to go." — Reporter: 541-383-0304,



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Property tax m eetings set A series of town hall meetings to dis-

cuss property taxes are scheduled across Central Oregon starting Tuesday. The meetings will allow residents to ask questions about the taxation system, how

the county appraises property and how property value is determined. All meetings will take

place from 5 to 7 various locations in the county, and will be led

by Deschutes County Assessor Scot Langton and his staff.

The first meeting is scheduled Tuesdayin the county courtroom


By Ben Botkin The Bulletin

Nine auto repair shops in Central Oregon are putting their mechanical skills to work

this year spreading holiday cheer. Central Oregon Auto Care Group, the organization that the independent auto repair shops in Bend and Redmond belong to, will give away seven refurbishedvehicles on Dec. 22 to people in need. "Cars are our thing," said Wade Bryant, chairman of the organization and owner of Wade Bryant's Auto Repair 8 Service in Bend. It's the second year for the

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effort, but it's already growing. Last year, the group gave away three vehicles. This year, they will give away more than twice that many. As mechanics, they come acrossvehicles that are good prospectsforthe program. For example, ifa customer brings in a car with a bad transmission and opts not to make the repair, the group will buy the vehicle and fix it up. The auto shops work as a

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group, spreading tasks around to each business, chipping away at the necessary repairs and checking the cars' mechanical systems. See Cars/C2

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A 2004 Kia Spectra that will be given awayin the Words for Wheels program sits on a lift at Wade Bryant's Auto Repair and Service in Bend on Friday.

of the La Pine Justice Court. The next session is Thursday in the

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Center in Bend. The third session will take place Nov. 5 in the City Council Chamber in

Sisters, and the last session will be held Nov. 7 in the Redmond Fire Hall

in Redmond. For more information about the meetings, call 541-388-6508.

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open at 5 p.m. Nov.16 if weather permits, the city of Redmond an-

nounced. The rink will be open

seven days aweek through the end of March. Free skate hours are 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday. During these hours, visitors must bring their own skates. The rink will have skate rentals available

Wade Bryant removes a tirefrom a 2004 Kia Spectra to check the brakes at his shop, Wade Bryant's Auto Repair and Service, in Bend on Friday. The car is in the final stages of being repaired for the Words for Wheels program, in which Bryant's and eight other auto repair shops are donating work and cars to be awarded to local residents in need. Local residents can submit an essay about someone they know and why they deserve one of seven cars that will be given away this year.

Watching a video of the interview he gave to sheriff's deputies the night he shot his son, James Hargrave broke down in tears in Deschutes County Circuit Court Friday. Hargrave, 62, also wept loudly and repeatedly in the video, recorded a few hours after he shot and killed son Steven Hargrave, 29, during a James disput e at their Hargrave Tuma l o home on Dec. 4, 2011. In court, as the video played on the third day of his trial, Hargrave put his head down on the table and cried. His wife, Pamela, and son Kenny teared up in the audience. Hargrave faces one count of murder. Detective Steve Mengin of the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office spent Friday on the witness stand in Judge Wells Ashby's courtroom, fielding just a few questions from Deschutes County District Attorney Patrick Flaherty and defense attorney Karla Nash. But the bulk of the day was dedicated to showing jurors the lengthy videotaped interview conducted a few hours after the shooting. Near the end of the video, Mengin asked James Hargrave what he thought should be done with him. SeeTrial /C2

for $3 from 3-9 p.m. Monday through Thurs-

day and 2-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Rentals will also be available 2-9 p.m. Sundays. Entry to the skating rink costs $1. A reduced rate will be available for qualifying families through the Redmond Area Parkand Recreations District's

scholarship program. The rink will maintain

Summertimehighflows Since the dam creating Wickiup Reservoir was completed in the

late1940s, flows along the UpperDeschutes River havepeaked each summer as the state meets water demands from irrigators downstream.

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SUNRIVER — After the Deschutes River spread onto his property last summer, Tim Curtin made plans to have a dozen dump-truck loads of dirt dropped onto his yard next spring to raise it and keep water off. But Curtin, like many south Deschutes County residents, thinks there's also work to be done in the river to prevent further seasonal flooding. "There has to be a solution," said Curtin, 67, who has

lived along the river for D years in the River Meadows neighborhood. His home is on a 6t/z-mile stretch of river — between the South Century Drive Bridge and the mouth of the Little Deschutes River — that has been prone to flooding in recent years. The Upper Deschutes River is a regulated river, fed by releases from Wickiup Reservoir, said Jeremy Giffin, Deschutes Basin watermaster for Oregon Water Resources. In sending water down the

river, the state is meeting the demands of farmers and ranchers downstream of Bend who hold water rights. Last summer, the river extended onto riverfront properties south of Sunriver as the state ramped up flows to meet irrigation demands. Wednesday night, about 50 people showed up at a meeting where county, state and federal officials talked about the river. Summertime releases aren't particularly higher than what they've been for decades. SeeFlooding /C2

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Park district hires manager for Mirror Pond project

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The Bend Park & Recreation District has hired a new project manager to tackle the Mirror Pond silt situation. Jim Figurski started last week, said Don Horton, executive director of the park district. One of his chief tasks will be figuring out the future of Mirror Pond. For the past decade Figurski was with GreenWorks, a landscape architectureand environmental design firm in Portland, said Mike Faha, principal at the company. Before that he worked for Portland Parks and Recreation for 10 years.

Figurski was a project manager and then technical director for GreenWorks, Faha said. His projects include Tanner Springs Park, a wetland in Portland's Pearl District, and the Confluence Project, a series ofart-based parks along the Columbia River designed by Maya Lin. Lin also designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. He is well versed with "complicated, high-profile projects," Faha said, particularly those that require permits from a variety of local, state and federal agencies. Figurski could not be reached

Friday for comment. "He's very experienced and well-seasoned," Faha said. "Bend parks is lucky to have him." Since late 2010, the Mirror Pond Steering Committee has been meeting regularly to discuss silt buildup in the pond. The committee is composed of city and park district officials, along with Bill Smith, a Bend developer whose company owns the dam upstream of the pond; an official from Pacific Power, which owns the dam creating the pond; and a member of the civic group Bend 2030. The city and park district have pledged $200,000 toward finding a solution for Mirror Pond. See Pond/C2


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Flooding Continued from C1 However, abuildup of silt and aquatic weeds could be causing the water level in the river to rise in recent years, Giffin said. "I think there is a bigger, underlying issue here, and that is that the river is changing up there," he said.

Dredging or weed thinning could be done to lower the level of the river, Giffin said. Before doing such w ork, property owners would have to apply for permits with the Department of State Lands, the Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S. Army Corps, said Kyle Gorman, region manager for the Oregon Water Resources Department. The stretch of river is under a federal Wild and Scenic designation, w h i ch could restrict in-water work. "It would be some big hurdles to do something like that," Gorman said.

The situation is similar to the buildup of silt in Mi rror Pond in Bend, said Carl Jansen, board presidentfor the Upper Deschutes River Coalition. The coalition represents neighborhoods along the river south of Bend. W hile th e M i r r o r P o n d Steering Committee, which includes officials with the city and park district, is leading research into the possible dredging of the pond, such a group hasn't been established for the Upper Deschutes River. For now the coalition will at least keep the conversation going. The Upper Deschutes River Coalition plans to take up the summertime flooding issue at a meeting later this year, said Jeff Wieland, co-chair of the coalition's watershed committee. He said finding a solution could be a long process. "It's not going to happen quickly," he said.

Nominating essays of up to 500 words must be submitted

betweenNov.12andDec.19.AnyOregonresidentmay be nominated. To find out more about the contest, visit www and click on the community link. The essays can be submitted to any of the following locations:

• Wade Bryant's Auto Repair 8 Service Center, 324 SENinth St., Bend • Road Runner Auto Repair, 186 NE Revere Ave., Bend

• Brandy's Automotive Service & Repair, 235 NE Lafayette Ave., Bend • Davis & Clark Auto Repair, 156 NE Seward Ave., Bend

• Intermountain Truck & Auto Repair, 61522American Loop, Bend • Townsend Auto Repair, 1080 SE Highway 97, Bend

•EARPS AutoRepair,340 NW Dogwood Ave.,Redmond • Redmond Auto Service, 1104 SW Lake Road, Redmond • Marshall's Automotive, 2110 S. Highway 97, Redmond


15-passenger Ford van. The group will make deContinued from C1 cisionsafter reading essays "We just each do our little submitted by people nomipart," Bryant said. "It's defi- nating someone other than nitely a group effort." themselves. Those essays Besides giving away the must be received between vehicle, th e o r g anization Nov. 12 and Dec. 19. also covers registration and The decisions aren't easy. title fees; the recipients pay Last year, 140 letters came only for insurance. in. "It's a huge task to go out "Reading through all the and buy a car if money's al- applications and trying to ready tight," Bryant said. d ecide and n a r rowing i t This year's lineup of ve- down is rather difficult," said hicles consists of a 2002 VW Trent Messinger, owner of Beetle, a 2004 Ki a Spec- Redmond Auto Service, "but tra sedan, a 2002 Mercury it does feel rewarding to help Mountaineer, a 1999 Ford people out." Taurus, a 1994 Ford Taurus, — Reporter: 541-977-7185, a 1996 Dodge Caravan and a

Continued from C1 S ilt is collecting in t h e pond, forming mud flats that could degrade water quality in the river. The focus has been on the possibility of dredging the pond, which is estimated to cost f r om $2 million to $5 million. F igurski w il l b e d o i n g


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was asleep and snoring when he went upstairs to join his wife Continued from C1 in their bedroom. Their son Hargrave suggested depu- awakened a short time later, ties take him outside and shoot and resumed screaming at his him. Asked if he felt what he'd parents. done was wrong, James HarPamela Hargrave went to grave hung his head and wept. her son's room to attempt to "Yes it's wrong, horribly calm him down, but Steven wrong," he said. "I don't know Hargrave continued shouting why he's so hateful." and threatened to kill his mothIn the video, Hargrave de- er.She came back totheir bedscribed his son as "the sweetest room, James Hargrave said, guy in the world" when he's not packed up a few things and drinking. When Steven Har- told her husband she was leavgrave drank, a "switch" would ing for the night. In the video, be flipped, his father said, and James Hargrave said he wasn't he wouldbecome verbally and sure what his wife's plan was, sometimes physically abusive. but that he assumed she would Asked if his son's threats stay the night in a motel. to kill him and his mother on With Pamela Hargrave outthe night of the shooting were side, James Hargrave and his alarming, James H a r grave son continued shouting at each replied, "You just don't know," other from their bedrooms on and suggested such threats oc- opposite ends of the house. curred regularly in their home. Steven Hargrave called out "You never know what he's "I'll kick your a-," his father gonna do," Hargrave said on recalledon video. "Come over the video. "He can drink a six here and tryit, " James Harpack and be completely fine, grave responded, and the next time he drinks a He said during the interview six pack of beer, he goes off." that he heard his son coming James Hargrave said that up the stairs toward his bedduring the six years prior to room, and that his son's fists the shooting, Steven Hargrave were balled up when he came had pushed him to the ground through the door. "I told him, 'this is it, you're twice. Early in their interview, he told Mengin his son would done f-- - w i t h m e," James verbally threaten him weekly, Hargrave told Mengin, recallthough later on in the video, ing themoment he reached for James Hargrave said his son his 357 magnum and shot his Steven would get drunk and son from a distance of around verbally abuse hi s p a rents eight feet. nearly every day. Pamela Hargrave came inIn the interview, James Har- side and called 911 at around grave describedthe day of the 10:40p.m. "I should have just went and shooting. He said he spent most of the afternoon inside watch- got in the car," Hargrave said ing NFL football, while Steven through tears in the video. "But Hargrave worked in the yard it's too late." and drank 16-ounce cans of The trial is scheduled to reIcehouse beer. sume Tuesday. Flaherty said Around 5 p.m., Steven Har- James Hargrave's doctor and grave came inside shouting, two Oregon State Police crime James Hargrave said, then lab technicians are scheduled went to his room and slept for a to testify. — Reporter:541-383-0387, couple of hours. James Hargrave said his son shammers®bendbullet

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Theft — A theft was reported and an arrest made at 4:24 p.m. Oct. 25, in the area of Northeast Dunham Street.

Oregon State Police Criminal mischief — An act of criminal mischief was reported and an arrest made at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 near milepost149. Department Vehicle crash — An accident Theft — A theft was reported was reported Oct. 22, in the and an arrest made at11:17 area of West U.S. Highway a m. Oct. 3, in the 2700 block of Northeast Boyd Acres Road. 20 near milepost1. Vehicle crash — An accident Theft — A theft was was reported at 7:50 p.m. Oct. reported at 9:13 a.m. Oct. 23, in the area of West U.S. 11, in the1800 block of Highway 20 near milepost 84. Southwest Troon Avenue. Vehicle crash — An accident Theft — A bicycle was was reported at 9:50 a.m. Oct. reported stolen and an 25, in the area of U.S. Highway arrest made at 2:59 a.m. 97 near milepost 114. Oct. 23, in the1000 block of Northwest Columbia Street. DUII — Heather M. Fox, 37, was arrested on suspicion of Theft — A theft was reported driving under the influence of and an arrest made at1:32 intoxicants at12:23 a.m. Oct. p.m. Oct. 24, in the 20100 block of Pinebrook Boulevard. 26, in the area of Cheyenne Drive in Deschutes River Woods. Theft — A theft was reported and an arrest made at 2:05 BEND FIRE RUNS p.m. Oct. 24, in the 600 block of Northeast Third Street. Wednesday DUII — Connie Elizabeth 8:22 p.m.— Building fire, Austin, 44, was arrested on 1187 S.W. Silver Lake Blvd. suspicion of driving under 10:13 p.m.— Unauthorized the influence of intoxicants at 10:35 p.m. Oct. 24, in the area burning, 61631 Cedarwood Road. of Northeast 10th Street and 14 — Medical aid calls. Northeast Franklin Avenue. DUII — Roger George Dastous, 36, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at12:21 a.m. Oct. 25, in the area of Southeast Reed Market Road a'bm C Totatcare and Southeast Third Street. Bend Memorial Clinic i~



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NASDA Q cHANGE'+t.a3+o61. IN BRIEF Microsoft releases tablet, new 05 Microsoft embarked

on a newera Friday as its two long-anticipated projects finally went

on sale: a major overhaul of its operating system and a foray into hardware with a tablet

computer. It took years to get both on the shelves,

and now Microsoft is waiting to see whether customers will bite. The

firm set up temporary stores to get its products in front of more

shoppers. Therewas even a "pop-up" store in Times Squarefor a major midnight launch Friday morning. The products mark

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Investors uy Ben shopping strip By Rachael Rees The Bulletin

A California real estate investment company has purchased the shopping center on Southeast Third Street and Wilson Avenue and plans to update the property. Read Investments LLC, of Berkeley, Calif., acquired the 38,000-square-footportion of the center, which houses Grocery Outlet, the Indoor Swap Meet and Party 8 Cards, during a foreclosure sale last month. In an email written Friday, Randy Olano, the owner of the Bend Grocery Outlet, said "I have known the Read family personally and professionally for the last 23 years, and the acquisition shows that the Read Family believes in the Bend community and stays ac-

tenant or tenants adjacent to Grocery Outlet," according to a news release. Morgan Read, director of acquisitions for Read Investments, said the property is well located and houses a very

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tively involved in the long term success of Grocery Outlet." Read Investments, which owns and operates more than 1.5 million-square-feet of primarily commercial retail properties in the Northwest, expects to "revitalize the exterior of the center and functionality of the available space in order to secure a long term

anchor. "Our primary strategy is to improve existing retail as opposed to building new," Read said. "Bend is a town we have known for decades. The size and profile of the market fit our criteria perfectly, and Bend has a lack of available retail space that we find

appealing." Aaron Henson, senior planner with the city of Bend, said the property was first developed in 1978, when it had an estimated value of $575,000. Since then, he said, there

have only been a variety of minor tenant improvements. Carolyn Eagan, Bend's business advocate, said the citysees a number ofredevelopment opportunities along Third Street. Wheneverthere are spots that are underutilized — whether it's a parking lot that could house a building, or a one-story building on a lot where you could have three stories — redevelopment creates opportunities for economic activity, she said. "If you put in more permanent tenants or more specialty stores, it could potentially provide more jobs and more shopping opportunities for people in Bend, which keeps more dollars in Bend," she said. — Reporter: 541-617-7818,

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Surface, Microsoft is battling for a share of a market dominated by

Apple's iPad. TheiPad has about 60 percent of the world's tablet market, but that is down from 80 percent two

years ago. Competing tablets running Google's Android system appear nearly every month.

Airlines ask fliers to reschedule NEW YORK — U.S. airlines are giving travelers a way out if they

want to scrap their plans due to Hurricane Sandy. All the major airlines

are offering waivers to customers who wish to reschedule their flights without incurring the

typical fee of up to $150. The offers cover passengers flying in or out of just aboutany airport from Latin America to New Hampshire. Most waivers for travel in the Northeast are only valid Monday through

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Wednesday. The airlines have only canceled a handful of flights so far, nearly all of them in and out of Florida and the Caribbean.

Hurricane Sandy killed at least 20 people inthe Caribbean, and left Bahamas this afternoon. It is expected to move north, just off the Eastern Seaboard.

Forecasters say itcouldblend with a winter storm to produce

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storm" along the U.S. East Coast next week. They say there will be hundreds of miles of

steady, strong anddamaging winds and rain for the entire Eastern region

for several days. — From wire reports

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By Hugo Martin Los Angeles Times

Even before the fake blood and plastic skeletons are put away after Halloween, Todd Faux is already thinking of new ways to dispatch his 1,000 or so monsters to scare the living daylights out of you next year. As entertainment design manager at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, Calif., Faux has unleashed vampires, a deranged butcher, zombie cannibals and a homicidal Pinocchio on park visitors during its annual Halloween Haunt event. His task now is to come up with something even creepier for next Halloween. "The research is the fun

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about $300 million in revenue each year, according to the trade group Haunted Attraction Association. Attraction designers now trade notes at annual gatherings such as Transworld's Halloween and Attractions Show in Missouri and Monsterpalooza in Burbank, Calif. Maze design has also become a high-profile job. Just ask John Murdy, the creative director at Universal Studios Hollywood. He starred in a recent meet-and-greet event that drew more than 500 horror fans to a theater in the park. "People are walking up and asking me for autographs," said Murdy, who created his first haunted house at his Whittier, Calif., home when

he was 10 years old. "That is really weird to me." In the not-too-distant past, Halloween scares were primarily offered at haunted houses or hay rides operated by nonprofit groups such as the Boy Scouts of America or the local chamber of commerce, said Patrick Konopelski, president of the Haunted Attraction Association. And the scares, he said, were created by high school students with latex masks and plastic knives. Halloween attractions at theme parks now feature infraredsensors,multi-channel audio tracks, animatronics, 3-D technologyand moviequality makeup. SeeFear/C5

By Annie Lewrey New York Times News Service

WASHINGTON — For the first time since the Great Recession hit, U.S. households are taking on m ore debt than they are shedding, an epochal shift that might augur a more resilient recovery going forward. Fortwo ofthelastthree quarters, U.S. households' total outstanding borrowing on things like credit cards, mortgages and auto loans has increasedafterfalling for 14consecutive quarters. Some economists even see an end to the long, hard process of "deleveraging" — as they refer to the cutting of debt relative to income or the nation's economic output. That process, they say, has been a central reason for the extraordinary sluggishness of the recovery. "We're at an inflection point," said Kevin Logan, the chief U.S. economist for HSBC. "Debt is less of a burden" for households, he said. Closely watched economic figures released Friday underscore households' nascent sense of strength. Despite tepid growth and still-high unemployment, consumer confidence has soared to a five-year high, according to a survey by Thomson Reuters and the University of Michigan. Economic growth numbers forthe third quarter showed

household spending picking up pace as well. The drop in overall debt is in no small part because of foreclosures, delinquencies and write-offs by lenders, which are slowing but not stopping. But the struggle to pay down old debts might not prove such a drag on economic growth in the future. "We're not getting a tail wind. We're losing a head wind," said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, who said of the deleveraging process for households and businesses, "It's basically over." Experts estimated that the level of debt, compared with income or economic output, would continue to fall for the next one to three years — with the end of deleveraging coming as early as mid-2013 and as late as the end of 2015. "By just about any metric, we've made a huge dent in a significant problem, but I don't think we're finished yet," said Liz Ann Sonders, the chief investment strategist for Charles Schwab 8t Co. See Debt/C5

'Made in U.S.A.'hard to find after rise of foreign goods By Nedra Rhone The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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part of the job," he said. "Oh, yeah, I have to watch horror movies." Faux is among a handful of fear peddlers at theme parks who create and manage the gore- and bedlam-filled mazes that draw horror fans in the weeks leading up to Halloween. Such jobs have evolved from temporary posts to crucial full-time gigs, held by professionals with training in theater or filmmaking. They oversee hundreds of actors, technicians,wardrobe expertsand setbuilders.And now big money is at stake. Across the country, Halloween attractions such as haunted houses, theme park mazes and festivals bring in

Americans taking on more debt in sign of recovery

There's a 2001 GM Chevy Suburban parked in Melissia Perry's garage. Next to that is a '68 Ford Mustang. Inside her Woodstock, Ga., home are fully functional radios and televisions from the 1940s. Perry, 44, sometimes uses her great-grandmother's crochet hooks to make crafts and her original Slinky — a toy she saved from her childhood — is still in top shape. Perry is surrounded by items from the past, but she's

an example of the future — one in which more American consumers are seeking out and buying 100 percent American-made goods. "It is very difficult to find a truly 'made in America' product," said Perry, a married mother of four. As a small-business owner, she understands the costs associated with stateside manufacturing, but as a consumer, she wants

high-quality goods made right at home. "How many plants have to shut down or jobs have to be lost because we do not

manufacture in this country anymore?" she asks. For several decades, "made in the U.S.A." — a label once proudly imprinted on everything from apparel to cars — hasn't just been hard to find; it's been a hard sell. In the minds of many American consumers, foreign goods came to represent superior quality at a lower cost. Shoppers showed their preference with their purchases. Several previous attempts to invigorate consumer interest in American-made products fell flat, says Marshal Co-

hen, chief industry analyst for market research firm, NPD Group, but this time around the movement seems to have more traction with a broad range of consumers, including younger generations. In the past two years, retailers, fashion designers and even musicians — most recently at a two-day benefit concert last month in Philadelphia curated by rapper Jay-Z — have all seized some aspect of the modern made-inAmerica movement. "Made in the U.S.A. now is all about patriotism," Cohen

said. "It's about supporting jobs in the U.S. rather than shipping them off." The topic is a hot issue in the current political climate, fueled in part by last summer's outcry from members of Congress over the Chinese-made U.S. Olympic team uniforms. Buford, Ga.-based Okabashi Brands, Inc., which has designed, manufactured and assembled its sandals and flip-flops in the U.S. since the company launched in 1984, is changing its tagline to reflect that history. See Made/C5



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FMajSilvg 22.29 -.38 -.15 FirstEngy 45.63 -.26 -.35 FlagstB rsu1310 -.45 Fluor 5 5 31 i10 -1.85 FootLockr 33 49 -48 -2.47 FordM 1036 -03 +.18 FordM wt 1.37 -03 +.12 ForestCA 16.1 2 -.10 -.21 ForestLab 34.17 -.45 -.73 Forest0il 8.17 +.20 -.52 Fortress 4.23 -.02 -.31 FBHmSec u27.71 -.73 -1.60

FranceTeld1i 38 -.06 -1.09 FrankRes12800 +1.67 -2.53 FMCG 3907 -12 -2.11 Freescale 913 + 25 -.12 Frontline 3 26 - 05 -.11 Fusion-io 23.93-1.13 -3.62

GNC 3 8 71 +33 -1.60 Gafisa SA 3.68 -.03 -.55 GameStop 2300 -.72 -.12 Gannett 16.75 -.09 -1.49 Gap 3 5 .41+.24 -.96 GardDenv67.15 +1.15+10.01 GenDynam67.32 -.29 +.15 GenElec 21.11 -.15 -.92

GenGrPrp 19.14 -.02 -.33 GenMills 39 85 - 06 -.14 GenMotors 23 28 -35 -1.31 Gen0n En 2 60 -05 -.18 Genpact 1760 +10 +.02 GenuPrt 61.24 t 36 -.31 Genworth 5.48 -.16 -.15 GaGult 35.96 -1.17 -2.83 Gerdau 8.75 -.14 -.21

Name Last Chg Wkly Name Lasl Chg Wkly Name Lasl Chg Wkly Name Lasl Chg Wkly

How to Read the Market in Review Here are the 1,133 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, the 830 most active on the Nasdaq National Market and 255 most active on American Stock Exchange. Stocks in bold changed 10 percent or more in price

Name: Stocks are hsted alphabetically by the company's full name (not its abbreviation). Company names made up of initials appearat the beginning of each letter's hst. Last:Pnce stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day. Chg: Loss or gain for last day of week. No change indicated by"..." mark. Wkly: Loss or gain for the week. No change indicated by ... Name: Name of mutual fund and family. Sell: Net asset value, or price at which fund could be sold, for last day of the week. Wkly: Weekly net change in the NAV. Stock Footnotes: cc — PE greater than 99. cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52week low dd — Loss in last12 mos. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars h - temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification. n - Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low f<gures date only from the beg>nning of trad<ng. pf - Preferred stock >ssue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes >nstallments of purchase pnce. q — Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt - R>ght to buy secunty at a speafied pnce. s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd - When distributed wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - New 52-week high un - Unit„ including more than one security vj - Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Dividend Footnotes: a - Extra d>wdends were pa>d, but are not <ncluded. b - Annual rate plus stock. c - L>qu>dat>ng d>v>dend. e - Amount declared or pa>d >n last12 months. f - Current annual rate, wh>ch was increased by most recent dwidend announcement. i - Sum of dwidends paid after stock spht, no regular rate j - Sum of dividends paid this year Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k - Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears m - Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent dividend announcement. p - Initial dividend, annual rate not known, y>eld not shown. r - Declared or pa>d >n preced>ng 12 months plus stock d>v>dend. t - Pa>d in stock, approx>mate cash value on ex-d>stnbution date. Mutual Fund Footnotes: e — Ex-capital gains distribution. f — Previous day's quote. n - No-load fund. p —Fund assets used to pay distribution costs. r —Redemption fee orcontingent deferred sales load may apply s — Stock dividend or split t — Both p and r. x — Ex-cash dividend.

Source: The Associated Press and Lipper, Inc. Sales figures are unofficial.

Merck 46.15 -.15 -88 Mentage 35.88 -.20 -5.67 Mentor 4.38 -.18 -.02 MetLife 35 22 -43 -71 MetroPCS 1059 -13 -38 MetroHlth u1102 i 22 • .54 MKors n 54.49 +.43 -.56 MillMda n 16.42 +.16 +1.69 M>tsuUFJ 4.52 -.03 -.06 Mob>leTele1677 -24 -60 MolinaHlth25.55 -.27 +2.99 MotsCoorB43.46 -.34 -.57 Molycorp 10.67 -.26 -.38 Monsanto 86.60 +.11 -2.09 MonslrWw 6.21 -.23 -.91 Moodys u47 89+217 +2.27 MorgStan 1704 -06 -.49 Mosaic 52.78 -.47 -1.19 MotrlaSolu 51.62+1.62 +1.39 Murph0 59,81 -.04 -2.39 NGRCorp 21.19 -.19 -.99 NRGEgy 21 94 - 31 -1.34 NV Energy 1879 • .09 NYSEEur 24.84 i 08 +.43 Nabors 13.68 -.47 -1.21 NBGrce rs 3.10 -.03 +.06 NO>IVarco 74.57 -.31 -6.13 NatRetPrpu3154 - 56 -.55 Nationstr n 3423 • 211 i1.65 Navistar d18.51 - 08 -.53 NetSuite u65.40+8.49 +5.53 New0nEd 16.69 -.37 -.68 NYCmtyB 1384 -06 -69 NY Times 8.19 -.12 -2.48

Newcastle 8 20 t 16 • .31 NewellRubu2059 +.50 -01 NewfldExp27.08 -.15 -7.06

Pandora d8.16 -.04 -.94 RAIT Fin 5.66 +.19 +.54 Target 63.92 +.80 +1.69 ParkDrl 4.33 -.02 -.09 RPC s 11.43 09 73 TataMotors24.13 -.37 -.53 ParkerHan 77.58 -.92 RPM 26 50 i21 -50 TeckResg 31.14 -.79 -.53 PartnerReu8132 -.90 +1.37 Rackspace 6309 +29 166 TeekayTnkd3.51 +.16 +.02 PeabdyE 28 22 +.19 +233 RadianGrp 440 17 26 TeletBras>l 21.49 -.08 -.34 Pengrth g 6.00 12 51 Rad>oShk 2 31 13 13 TelefEsp 13.01 -.11 -.Q PennVa 4.63 03 31 RLauren 152 52 123 9.41 TempurP 25.40 -.42 -7.72 PennWst g12.98 -.25 -1.20 RangeRs 66.10 35 2.73 Tenaris 38.04 -.15 -N Penney 25.46 +.33 -.55 RJamesFn38.28 +.08 t.73 TenetHlt rs 23.33 -.42 -.18 PennaRE 16.49 -.09 - 37 Rayon>er 48.87 t.64 30 Tenneco 30.17 -.51 t2.21 PennyMac25.18 -.09 + 21 Raytheon 55.71 03 16 Teradata 67.70 -.13 -4.59 Pentair 41 09 -.16 -1 27 Realogyn 3466 39 2.24 Teradyn 14.50 -.23 +.38 PepcoHold19.76 -.10 -.30 Rllylnco 39 61 57 133 t.15 -1.56 Peps>Co 68.98 +.09 -.90 PerkElm u31.29t2.79 +272 PetrbrsA 21.70 +.24 -27 Petrobras 22.40 +.20 -40 Petrolog n 1299 -.01 -.55 Phzer 25.43 -.18 -.33 Ph<l>pMor 88.28 +.55 t.16 Ph<l>psEI u2469 -.33 +09 Phill>ps66n4750 +2.47 +286 Piedm0fc 17.42 -.11 -19 Pier1 20 33 +.11 - 01 PilgrimsP 5.32 +.75 +.98 P>mcoH>l 11.72 -.02 -.57 P>nnclEnt u12.73 -.07 +84 P>oNtd 103.63 -.64 -1 67 PitnyBw 14.33 -.02 i 06 PlainsAAs 45.23 -.90 +.39 PlainsEx 35.87 +.44 -2.13 PlumCrk 43.81 -.20 -.27 Polans 83 68 -.94 -4.37 Poly0ne u18.75 +.54 +1.86 Potash 40.1 2 -.29 -46 PwshDB 2758 +.06 -.42 PS Agn 28.81 -.13 -.46

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P EOPLE ON THE M O V E Sharon Goodmonson Longridge has j o ined Cascade School of Music as the development director. Goodmonson Longridge has a background in f u n d raising and previously worked wit h K IDS Ce n t er a nd th e H i g h Desert Museum. She wa s t h e G oo d founding execu- mo n son tive and devel- Lo n gridge opment director of th e O b s idian Opera and has also b een an instructor at Central Oregon Com m u n i t y Kn ig College. She has a Master of Public Health from Oregon State University and a bachelor's degree in arts, music and theater from Lewis and Clark College. Lori King has been elected to the boardof directors for Cascade School of Music. Kinghas a MasterofBusiness Administration from the Thunderbird School of G l obal M a nagement and a bachelor's degree in journalism from Iowa State University. She is also on the board of TEDxBend and has more than 10 years of marketing experience with high-tech companies. She currently works as digital content manager for Flying Like the Pros.

Made Continued from C3 They are on the verge of d eals to m a n ufacture p r i vate-labelshoes for several large companies — including one that holds a 50-percent share of the flip-flop market — seeking to launch made-inAmerica lines, said Jason Boswell, vice president of sales. Traditionally, U.S. manuf acturing has come with a higher cost, but as overseas labor costsincrease, the gap is closing, Boswell says. Consumers, seduced by decades of low-cost goods or facing economic constraints, have

Tim Johnson has been appointed executive director of Abilitree in Bend and will take over for Jim Lee after his retirement at the end of the year. Johnson is currently the Work Center director.

Deedee Garn ett an d J o n i Shellhamer have joined P r uden- Jo h nson tial N o r t hwest Properties in Bend.

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Colby Hamon was previously a forward observer coordinating a rtillery i n t h e U.S. Army, and after five years in the m i litary Wei m er and two y ears in Iraq he returned to Central O regon. In 2009 he enrolled in the aviation program at Central Oregon Community College and graduated with his AAS degree.

Charles Weimer previously worked in the construction industry and served in the U.S. Marines. In 2010 he discovered flight training through Leading Edge Aviation and COCC.

program. Brad VanSyckVanSyckle le joined the U.S. Army in 2001 to become an avionics technician on Apache helicopters. After he got out in 2007, he continued to work on Apaches for the Army as a civilian. In 2010 he started flying, and after receiving his private license he moved to Bend to complete his flight training with Leading Edge Aviation. In August, he finished the aviation program with Leading Edge Aviation and COCC.

Tips for findingAmerican-madeproducts • Do your research: Check online for information about a

company and its products. Call or email to inquire about exactly where and howthe product is made. • Check ladels: "Made in the U.S.A." is not the same as "Assembled in the U.S.A." Shop around. A growing number of retailers — online and brick and mortar — are stocking made-in-

America products and havealready donethe research and vetting for you. Youcanalso ask your favorite retail stores to carry madein-America goods. Source: Jason Boswell, wce president of sales, Okabashi Brands, Inc.

believe half of that to be true, but the fact that they are willing to spend a little more tells you something." Still, the desireto buy Amerresisted paying higher prices ican doesn't always translate for American-made products, into action, and one of the but this, too, is slowly chang- challenges consumers face is ing, Cohen said. figuring out which products "Consumers will say, 'I'll are trulyAmerican-made. In addition to buying anpay (up to) 10 percent more (for American-made goods).' tiques that she knows were Some will say up to 25 per- made in America, Perry will cent more," Cohen said. "I email or call companies to

ask if their products are 100percent U.S.-made. It takes effort and sometimes she is forced to take her business elsewhere — often to mom and pop stores where she may pay more. But Perry isn't complaining. "Either society has to shift and be willing to pay a little more for something that is a little better," Perry says, "or 'made in America' simply isn't going to exist anymore."


the director of research at the McKinsey Global I n stitute, said. "When deleveraging is over and housing picks up a bit, those two factors are going to be strong engines for the United States economy." U.S. households' biggest debt burden is in mortgages, given that a home is far and away thelargestpurchase the average family ever makes. As t h e f o r eclosure c r i sis grinds on, the total amount of outstanding mortgage debt continues to fall, Federal Reserve figures show, although more slowly than earlier in the recession. A broader turnaround in the housing market, which seems to be in its early stages, might be helping to buoy consumers' confidence,economists said, as the combination of low interest rates, thawing credit conditions and an aggressive

able to take out loans or lines of credit. Thus, the proportion Continued from C3 of household debt to personal "The distinction is that de- income has fallen to its lowest leveraging will no longer be a level since the mid-2000s from big drag on the economy, like its recessionary-era peak. in the first couple years after Now, with t h e e c onomy the crisis." more stable and interest rates In the run-up to the reces- at generational lows, Amerision, U.S. households took cans might finally feel more on trillions of dollars of debt comfortable taking out a loan that they could not easily af- on a new car or putting money ford,given tepid rates ofwage down on a mortgaged home. growth. The collapse of the With their finances more in real-estate bubble and ravages balance, workers might start of the recession have forced spending less of t heir paythem to pay down or prompted checks paying off old loans lenders to write off more than and more on leisure or house$1 trillion of it, according to hold goods. Federal Reserve data. Given the i mportance of Still saddled wit h h eavy consumer spending to the U.S. debt burdens during the weak economy, those changes might r ecovery, mi llions o f U . S . translate into a more resilient households cut back spending economy, economists said. "Consumer spending still on food, cars and other goods. On top of that, relatively few drives 65 to 70 p ercent of families have been willing or GDP growth," Susan Lund,

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Austin Lenahan moved to Central Oregon in 2010 to begin helicopter flight training. He also joined the Central Oregon Symphony and continues to play with them. Lenahan c ompleted t h e flight t r a i n ing program in 2012 as a CFII. Lenahan T revo r Sa n d e rs joined t h e U.S. Army after high school and w orked on t h e CH-47 Chinook helicopter fo r six years d u ri ng w h ic h h e s erved in I r a q and A f g h anistan. S a n ders c ompleted t h e COCC aviation

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Fear Continued from C3 Konopelski estimates the cost of building a maze at as much as $150,000, includ-

ing equipment, props and lighting. "The days are gone of the black hallway and props on a fishing line," Konopelski said. "We now have designers, sets and technicians all taking part in the attractions." Knott's was the first major theme park in the country in 1973 to remodel its park with ghosts and monsters and open it after dark for Halloween. The park added the first walkthrough maze in 1977. Since then, Universal Studios, Disneyland and other theme parks across the country have invested millions of dollars to draw H alloween revelers. Theme parks won't disclose attendance numbers, but officials at Knott's say the park's annual Halloween Haunt has brought in about 8 million visitors since it started and is responsible for about 15 percent of the park's annual attendance. The main attraction at such H alloween events are t h e mazes, temporary labyrinths decorated in blood, gore and creepy movie props and teeming with costumed actors who jump out from behind hidden doors and curtains. The mazes carry names such as "Black Out," "Village of the Damned" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." Ticket prices to enter the parks after hours range from

effort by the Federal Reserve has helped to put a floor under falling home prices. "The Fed is redoubling its efforts to ease financial conditions right when the economy is getting into a better position, a position where it's more likely to respond to that easing of financial conditions," Paul Sheard, chief global economist at Standard 8 P o or's, said. "Those two things are dovetailing" and will help households in the future, he said. Other parts of the household debt and spending picture are looking brighter as well, economists said. A September report by Equifax, a

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began designing theme park rides before taking over at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights in 2006, has the advantage of using Universal Studio's connections in the entertainment industry to borrow stories and characters from popular TV shows and horror flicks. "I want the guests to feel like they walked into the screen of a horror movie," he said, adding that he has even borrowed sound effects from h orror movies for his mazes. At Universal Studios Hollywood, the lights, sounds and animatronicsfor each maze are managed from individual control rooms. "We go to ridiculous lengths to get the effect," Murdy said. The hours can be long, particularly during maze construction when the designers might put in 12- to 16-hour days.J.J.Wickham, the creative director at the Queen Mary, said she has slept onboard several nights. Although they work in the world of gore and horror, the designers are not immune to the terrors of the mazes. "When I first got the job last year," Wickham said, "I was scared toenter the mazes by myself."

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ounci race a outc aracter, common sense By Ed Barbeau ven though 1'm not r u nning against Sally Russell and Barb Campbell, I must mention that 1'm the ONLY candidate for City Council that has spoken out against the water project at City Council meetings, long before 1 decided to be a candidate. I spoke out, asking the city to take more time, to consider all options. 1 wanted us to do the project, fix b r oken pipes but keep the rest of the spending to a minimum. Both Doug Knight and Ed McCoy had opinions on the campaign t rail, but were never part of t h e conversation at City Council meetings until their campaigns began. Knight wants the city to take a path that restricts the city to only a single source of w ater, fully d ependent on electricity. Who can predict the costs of that? Plus, we will lose senior water rights. How does character enter into this race? Well, I have continuing education, as well as Knight has, and 1 didn't lie to the state about completing my forms truthfully. If what was reported about Knight's license issues are true, as The Bulletin and the Source reported, I feel he shouldn't even be on the planning committee, much less be a city councilor. McCoy has been on t h e f r o nt pages of The Bulletin as well, for tax issues. He then went on to miss a radio debate on KBND and arrived late at a radio spot on KBNW. And, McCoy, as late as Oct. 3 in The Bulletin, regarding the water project,


stated that he needed more time to study the issue. No kidding. If you want to be taken seriously, you have to be there, otherwise who knows your answers to the hard questions'? My candidacy hasn't been easy.

My campaign has been funded primarily by c i tizens, just like you. They see how hard I work at my restaurant, they know I have a solid character. 1 am not a rich guy funding my own campaign. I didn't get large PAC money. I just tried to put out a message of fiscal responsibility, and thoughtful common sense answers to complicated questions. 1 want to represent you, the people who live and work here in the best place I've ever lived. Let's be lean in lean times, let's bring business and industry to Bend — creating jobs, not letting them go to other cities that did a better job bringing them to their cities instead. Let's get our priorities straight and take care of necessary city functions, police, fire and road maintenance. Let's be smart about how we fix our sewer system. The sad part is that we really don't have enough revenues to fund all of this. And we have a much larger PERS bill coming up. We'll have to be creative and find ways to make it work. I want to do this without large water and sewer increases. Let's utilize independent contractors for our handicapped ramps and maintaining our vehicle and equipment fleet. We can do this. It's really about common sense and character, isn't it'? — Ed Barbeau is running for Bend City Council.



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less mandates that do not advance student achievement. He has spent time in our schools as a princiOne hundred years ago, "in order pal for a day and with teachers in to keep at home as much as possible Sherry Ortega classrooms. He has been proacthe money spent for the construcBend tive and responsive to the needs tion of the sewer system," the Bend of the school district. He has also City Council changed their conbeen instrumental in realizing the Stop park district tract for the work (Bend Bulletin, empire building community's dream for a four-year 10/07/12). They were concerned with university. how much of the money was leaving Twenty years ago the cost of each Conger is one of the few that I town and so re-wrote the contract so visit to use Juniper pool was 32 have encountered who will take on more of the money stayed in the lo- cents. The cost per visit soon shot up hard issues with specific solutions cal economy. to over $3.50, and it pushed us out. It that balance the needs of many. He How history repeats itself! looked like certain individuals were understands the big picture, but The current council has awarded trying to build their own little em- works in the details to get results. 1 HDR, based in Omaha, Nebraska, pire out of the park and recreation have worked with the governor on $3.7 million to oversee the street im- system. (In the private sector it is the Oregon Education Investment provement projects and $12.2 mil- known as building "job security.") Team and support his big push for lion to design the surface water sys- It looks like they have done that and education reform. However, it will tem. Murray, Smith and Associates, want to become even bigger by ask- take the likes of Conger who can Inc., headquartered in Portland, was ing for more of what little money reach across the aisle with specific awarded $1.9 million to update the older homeowners have. They have proposals to make higher student master plan for our sewer system. built projects for a selected few and achievement andgreater educationThese contracts represent $17.8 have built a massive headquarters al success a reality. million flowing out of your pock- in the expensive part of town. I cannot say the same for his opI don't know how many employ- ponent with whom I served on the e tbooks and ou t o f t o w n ( p u n intended). ees they have, but 1 would guess Bend-La Pine School Board. His I must confess my bias. I own that there are many with good pay- inability to work w ith colleagues a small retail store, Wabi Sabi, in ing jobs and benefits that taxpayers became blatantly obvious when he Downtown Bend. Any dollars that will be burdened with for future unexpectedly announced his resigleave town are dollars that aren't years. The seniors got a raw deal nation and walked out of a school likely to be spent at my store. by going to bed with them. Rather b oard meeting without any e x Who controls your money spent than add any more to our already planation. He was the chair at the on infrastructure: how much and heavy tax bill, they should start time. where it goes? The Bend City Coun- downsizing or letting the visitors NorI Juba cil. I am running for an open seat on who use the facilities pay the cost. Bend the council, largely because of my I am sure that there is some benefit concern for the strength of our local to having nice parks and facilities, Hovekamp is honest, economy. but it should be within our means. thoughtful, principled In past years, nearly a third of the The current tax costs to the homeelectorate did not even vote for city owner are already too high. It is I have been appalled by several incouncil. 1 encourage you to do some time to stop this empire building accurate and deceptive mailers that research, find out which candidates and reduce our tax burden. Vote no attack Nathan Hovekamp. Whobest represent your interests, and on Measure 9-86. ever sent them must not be proud of vote! These officials directly impact John Sherman their work because they don't even your pocketbooks. Bend identify themselves. Here's the truth Barb Campbell, candidate about Hovekamp. for city council Return Knopp to Salem 1 have known H ovekamp for Bend 12 years. He is forthright, honest, I had the honor of serving Central thoughtful and principled, and has Say yes to park bond Oregon as your senator from 1993 to worked hard for Central Oregon 2001. During my last session, Tim citizens. Hovekamp understands As a residential real estate profes- Knopp was the new representative the connection between good jobs sional, I know timing is everything. for District 54. 1 was, and remain, and all levels of education. He has Our park district is proposing bond a moderate Republican. My experi- pushed for expanded and affordable Measure 9-86 this November, in ence with Knopp in Salem was very higher education opportunities. Fislarge part, to fund land purchases. positive. We successfully worked to- cal responsibility while investing in This will allow our community to gether on issues that were not only physical and social infrastructure acquire key properties from willing important to Central Oregon, but for the success of Oregon is very sellers, taking advantage of low land also to Oregon. His experience in important to Hovekamp. He undervalues and historically low interest the past few years with the Central stands budgetary constraints as he rates, giving us more for our invest- Oregon Builders' Association will and his wife, Tina, work hard raisment. Final contributions to a con- only improve his understanding of ing a family in Central Oregon yet nected river trail through Bend will the issues that are facing our state. finds time to volunteer for civic orenhance the livability and attraction Join me in voting for Knopp for ganizations. He cares deeply about to our region, as well as leave an im- Senate District 27. the natural areas of Oregon and will portantlegacy of safe river accessto Neil Bryant see that they are protected. He opour childrenforyears to come. Bend poses tax shifts that unfairly trans1 am always proud to show clifer more tax burdens to low- and ents around Bend and hear their Conger works hard middle-income families. comments about this place we call for education For me, above all, the individual home. The parks district, through issues are Hovekamp's dedication well-thought-out planning and foreJason Conger has worked harder to the facts and an honest, indepensight in their projects, has enhanced for education than any legislator dent, analytical approach. We need our quality of life and added value to 1 have worked with during my alHovekamp and more people like both our residential and commercial most eight years on the Bend-La him to successfully address Oreinvestments. This measure is a great Pine School Board. He has worked gon's many challenges. Please vote opportunity to continue the momen- tirelessly with specific proposals for Hovekamp — 1 am. tum of providing our residents and to freeup more money for educaJudy CI!nton visitors diverse and safe recreation- tion. He has worked to fight needBend

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'" '"' "" ' BarzLIn washistorian of Westerncivilization David D. Smith, of Folsom, CA

April 3, 1959 - Oct. 11, 2012 Services: Celebration of Life to be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 at Lakeside Christian Church, Folsom, CA. Contributions may be made to:

American Cancer Society.

Jean Morris, of Redmond Dec. 31, 1948 - Oct. 18, 2012 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals of Redmond, 541-504-9485, Services: No services will be held, per her request. Contributions may be made to:

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Allen D. Medeiros Feb. 10, 1947 - Oct. 24, 2012 Allen D. Medeiros, 65, of Bend, passed away O c t ober 24, 2012, at home surr ounded b y f a m i l y . H e w as b o r n F e b r u ar y 1 0 , 1947, in Waimea, H awaii t o Manuel 8. Kazue "Kay" Medeiros.

.f~> Allen g rew up and attended Allen Medefros school Hawaii. He attended Southern Oregon Un iv e r s it y an d graduated with a bachelor degree in Political Science. A llen mar r i e d Peg g y M itchell o n M ar c h 17, 1974, in S alem, OR . He served in the US Army and r etired f r om t her e. T hrough his w o r k in g l i f e , h e worked w i t h t h e O r egon S t at e E m p l o y ment Division in th e v alley and l ater i n Red m o n d an d Bend. A llen wa s a m e m ber o f t he Mt. Bachelor W ar d o f the Church of Jesus Christ o f Latter-Day S a ints a n d was a c t iv e i n t he B oy Scouts, earning the Order of the A r ro w an d s erving as a leader. Foremost in his life was his family and time was often spent in the outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping and shooting. He i s s u r v i ve d b y h i s m other, Ka y M e d eiros o f Koloa, HI; his wife, Peggy of Bend; a son, Mitch M ed eiros of B o oneville, M O ; daughters, Tr a c y Medeiros o f B e n d , M e a g an Banner of Las Vegas, NV, J ennifer Ramey o f S u n r i v er, O R a n d B e c k y M e d eiros o f B en d; th r e e b rothers, Kenneth of T o r r ance, CA , a n d Mi c h a el and Timothy of K oloa, HI; as well as eight grandchildren. A memorial service w i l l be held Monday, October 29, 2012, at 11:00 a.m., in the Church of Jesus Christ o f L a t t er-Day S a i nt s o n 2555 NW Shevlin Park Rd., Bend. The family suggests memorial c o n t r i b ution s t o Partners In C are H ospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR, or the Boy S couts of America. P lease v i si t t h e o n l i n e r egistry fo r t h e f a m il y a t www.niswonger-reynolds. com.

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Jacques Barzun, the distinguished historian, essayist, cultural gadfly and educator who helped establish the modern discipline of cultural history and came to seethe West as sliding toward decadence, died Thursday night in San Antonio, where he lived. He was 104. His death was announced by A rthur Krystal, Barzun'sfriend and the executor of his estate. Barzun was a man of boundless curiosity, m o numental productivity and manifold i n terests, encompassing both Berlioz and baseball. It was a life of the mind first cultiBa r zun vated more than a century ago in a childhood home outside Paris that became an avant-garde salon. Barzun stood beside Sidney Hook, Daniel Bell and Lionel Trilling as among the mid-20th century's most wide-ranging scholars, all of whom tried to reconcile th e a c hievements of European culture and philosophy with the demands and tastes of American intellectual and cultural life. He wrote dozens of books across many decades, demonstrating that old age did not necessarily mean intellectual decline. He published his most ambitious and e ncyclopedic book at the age of 92 (and credited his productivity in part to chronic insomnia). That work, "From Dawn to Decadence," is an 877-page survey of 500 years of Western culture in which he argued that Western civilization itself had entered a period of decline. Barzun was both of the academy and the public square, a man of letters and — he was proud to say — of the people. In books and in the classroom he championed Romantic literature, 19th-century music and the Western literary canon. He helped design the influential "greatbooks" curriculum at Columbia, where he was one of its most admired figures for half a century, serving as provost, dean of faculty and university professor. As an educator Barzun was an important critic of American universities, arguing in 1968 that their curriculums had become an undisciplined "bazaar" of miscellaneous studies. But he was also a popularizer, believing that the achievements of the arts and scholarship should not be divorced from the wider American culture. Writing for a general audience, he said, was "a responsibility of scholars." To that end he served as history consultant to Life magazineand as a critic forH arper's. His articles appeared in Life magazine and The Saturday Evening Post as well as The Atlantic, The Nation and The

New Republic. In 1 951, he joined Trilling and W.H. Auden in founding the Readers' Subscription Book Club, which sought to make serious scholarship and literature widely available. His fascinations extended to mystery fiction, which he surveyed in t h e a n t hology "The Delights of Detection" in 1961. Another was baseball, an American institution he considered with a scholar's eye. In a 1953 essay, "On Baseball," he wrote:

"The wonderful purging of

the passions that we all experienced in the fall of '51, the despair groaned out over the fate of the Dodgers, from whom the league pennant was snatched at the last minute, give us some idea of what Greek tragedy was like." U nlike many o f h i s c o l leagues, Barzun showed little interest in taking overtly political positions. This was partly becausehe became auniversity administrator and had to stand above the fray, and partly because he approached the world with a detached civility and a sardonic skepticism about intellectual life. "The intellectuals' c h i ef cause of anguish," he wrote in "The House of Intellect" (1959), "are one another's works." His stature as a public intellectual was undisputed. He was made a chevalier of the Legion of H o n or, F r ance's highest award, e stablished by Napoleon Bonaparte, and awarded the Medal of Freedom, the United States' highest civilian honor, by President George W. Bush. His friendships embraced poets and scholars, and he continued often argumentativecorrespondence with friends into the 21st century. An authorized biography, "Jacques Barzun: Portrait of a Mind," by Michael Murray, was published in electronic form in 2011. In 1996, he also made aseemingly unlikely move from New York to San Antonio, where he lived until his death. "After being boxed in by man and his constructions in Europe and theEast,the release into space is exhilarating," he wrote in The New York Times in 1982 about his repeated visits to Texas. "The horizon is a huge remote circle, and no hills intervene." Jacques Barzun was born on Nov. 30, 1907, in Creteil, a suburb of Paris, the son of Anne-Rose and Henri Martin Barzun. His father was a diplomat and writer with artistic interests. The Barzun home became an avant-garde salon, which Barzun once called "a seedbed of modernism" and "an open house for hotheads." Regular visitors included the writer Jean Cocteau and the painter Albert Gleizes.


Deaths of note from around Betty Hart, 85: Researcher theworld: who documented how poor, Emanuel Steward, 68: Hall working-class an d p r o f esof Fame boxing trainer who sional parents speak to their directedseveral world-chamyoung children, which helped pion fighters including Thom- establish the critical role that as Hearns, Lennox Lewis and communicating with b abies current heavyweight chamand toddlers has in their later pion W l a d imi r K li t schko. development. Died Sept. 28 in April 3, 1959 - October 11, 2012 Died Thursday in a Chicago Tucson, Ariz. O n O c t obe r 1 1 , 20 1 2 , hospital. — From wire reports David lost his 7 year battle with cancer. He graduated from Bend High School i n 1 977, and from University of Oregon in 1984, where he earned Death Notices are free and will Deadlines:Death Notices his degree in Architecture. be run for one day, but specific are accepted until noon He managed the Folsom guidelines must be followed. Monday through Friday for office of N a d e l A r c h i tecnext-day publication and by Local obituaries are paid ture Firm, of S acramento. advertisements submitted by 4:30 p.m. Friday for Sunday CA. families or funeral homes. and Monday publication. He i s s u r v i ve d b y h i s They maybe submitted by phone, Obituaries must be received wife, Donna o f 1 7 y e a r s; mail, email or fax. by 5 p.m. Mondaythrough and his 15 year old daughThe Bulletin reserves the right Thursday for publication on the t er, Rachael, both o f F o l to edit all submissions. Please second day after submission, som, CA. He wa s th e son include contact information by1 p.m. Friday for Sunday or of Bob and Clara Smith, of in all correspondence. Monday publication, and by Bend, OR. and the brother For information on any of these 9 a.m. MondayforTuesday of B e ck y S m i th, of Saraservices or about the obituary publication. Deadlines for sota, FL , K i m M a t h i eson policy, contact 541-617-7825. display ads vary; please call (Dave), of M c K i nnleyville, for details. CA; and Cy Smith (Diane) of Bend, OR. A Celebration of Life will Phone: 541-617-7825 Mail:Obituaries b e held at 1:00 p.m., F r i Email: obits© P.O. Box 6020 day, November 2, 2012, at Fax: 541-322-7254 Lakeside Christian Church Bend, OR 97708 in Folsom, CA.

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An injured wild mare and her foal were brought to the Buck Brogoitti animal sanctuaryin Pendleton in September, where the mare is undergoing treatment for an injury to one of her legs.

Tri e attempts to tackle wil horsepro lem By Natalie Wheeler

tilla. He hopes to eliminate the horse population on the north PENDLETON — N e ar side because of agricultural the en d o f Se p tember, needs there. Gordy Schumacher called But it will take an expenup the Buck Brogoitti sanc- sive, difficult road to get to that tuary and asked them to goal. take on an i n jured wild The tribe's plan to control mare and her foal. the population, approved in M other and b ab y i n - May 2011, calls for a round-up cluded, Schumacher, who of all wild horses on reservais agricultural and forestry tion land. After a horse is capmanager for the Confeder- tured, it is first put up for aucated Tribes of the Umatilla tion to tribal members. If there Indian Reservation, had are no bidders, the horse goes m anaged to c a pture 14 to general public auction, then of the estimated 400 wild it is offered free to tribal memhorses roaming both sides bers and then to the general of the Umatilla River by public. "Then I don't know what to using a helicopter to herd do," Schumacher said. Five of them into a corral. Although S c humacher the horses captured in late Sepwas able to leave those two tember — four stallions and a horses in sanctuary direc- mare — did not sell at auction tor Tamara Brogoitti's care, and are still with Schumacher. he still has a tight budget They will be offered to tribal and hundreds more to deal members for free. with. Schumacher can only board "We're just getting go30 horses at a time. He said the ing," S chumacher s a id. tribes don't want to resort to "It's going to be a learning slaughtering the horses, and curve and that means we're that they are exploring every going to be making a lot of option they can t o p r event adjustments." that. " That's why I c a l led u p This is the first year of a marked effort b y t h e Buck's (Animal Sanctuary)," tribes to manage the rap- Schumacher said. "Because East Oregonian

idly growing population of wil d h o rses. Around 400 currently graze t he land as they please, resulting in ruined wheat crops, overgrazed rangeland, infringement on other wild species and the occasional impregnated mare from a wild stallion. According to Schumacher, the goal is not to rid the land of all wild horses, but to reduce the horse population to a number that is compatible with land needs and other wildlife. Schumacher said their current goal is a population of 50 to 100 horses on the south side of the Uma-

the mare was injured, it was either euthanize her or see if the sanctuary would take her." Brogoitti is now giving antibiotics to the mare, who has a badly injured rear leg, through a dart gun called Dan-Inject. She said the gun could also be used to humanely capture wild horses at long distances. According t o Br o g o itti, there areresources to turn to when people cannot handle an agricultural animal. "Most people know they can take a cat or a dog to a shelter, but we want to get it out there that this is also a resource people can use," she said. Schumacher hopes to make further use of the sanctuary when he comes across difficult cases like the injured mare and foal. For now, he's just hoping the hay budget will get him through the next month. "It's going to be tight," he said. "We don't have much room for error here."


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Reservoir Acre feet Ca p acity Crane Prairie..... . . . . . . . 35,128...... 55,000 Wickiup...... . . . . . . . . . 122,755..... 200,000 Crescent Lake..... . . . . . . 72,226...... 91,700 Ochoco Reservoir..... . . . 16,669 . . . . 47,000 The higher the Uy Index number, the greater Prineville...... . . . . . . . . . 82,702..... 153,777 the need for eye and skin protection. Index is R iver flow St at i o n Cubic ft./sec Deschutes RiverBelow Crane Prairie ...... . 279 solar at noon. Deschutes RiverBelow Wickiup .... . . . . . . . 252 Crescent CreekBelow Crescent Lake ...... . 241 LOW MEDIUM HIGH Little DeschutesNear La Pine ...... . . . . . . . 172 0 2 4 6 8 10 Deschutes RiverBelow Bend .... . . . . . . . . . 658 Deschutes RiverAt Benham Falls ..... . . . . . 809 Crooked RiverAbove Prinevige Res.. ... . . . . . 31 Crooked RiverBelow Prineville Res..... . . . . 79.1 Updated daily. Source: Ochoco CreekBelow OchocoRes. ... . . . . . . 7.27 Crooked RiverNear Terrebonne ..... . . . . . . 172 Contact: Watermaster, 388-6669 MEDIUM LOW I or go to

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......31/15/0 00...35/23/s.. 37/22/s Hartford,CT.....67/52/0.00...69/50/c. 59/48/sh Sacramento......74/47/0.00... 79/51/s .. 80/52/s Springfield, MO ..48/36/0.00... 52/30/s .. 52/30/s Atlanta .........80/62/000...69/48/c. 63/40/pc Helena..........36/19/0.00.. 40/29/rs..50/35/rs St. Louis.........s1/39/0.35... 53/35/s. 52/31/pc Tampa..........87/72/000... 82/65/s. 80/60/pc Atlantic City.....72/54/0.00...69/55/c...66/52/r Honolulu........86/73/0.00...85/72/s.. 85/72/s Salt Lake City....48/29/0 00 .. 52/36/pc.59/42/pc Tucson..........83/44/0.00...83/55/s .. 86/54/s Austin ..........63/52/0.01 ...64/38/s.. 65/38/s Houston ........73/54/0.05...67/44/s.. 70/46/s 580 Antonio.....66/48/1.38..63/42/pc.. 66/43/s Tulsa...........51/39/0.00... 57/28/s .. 61/33/s Baltimore.......70/61/000...6I53/c. 58/46/sh Huntsvile.......82/53/0.00..60/38/pc. 55/36/pc 580 Diego.......83/57/0.00...80/62/s.. 80/59/s Washington,Dc..71/63/0.00...68/53/c. 58/47/sh Billiogs.........40/23/000...41/27/c. 50/34/pc 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Deihi.......82/59/0.00...87/67/s.. 87/65/s Cheyenoe.......27/10/010..42/24/pc.48/31/pc MadisonWh....48/34/000...45/28/s. 46/27/pc Berlin...........45/34/0.0043/29/pc .. .. 44/27/s Osaka ..........73/48/000..70/62/sh. 70/54/sh Chicago.........51/37/000...49/38/s. 48/38/pc Memphis....... 59/44/0 39 .. 57/38/s .. 56/39/s Bogota .........68/45/0.00 ..74/50/sh. 75/52/sh Oslo............39/23/0.00...36/27/s .. 35/30/c Cincinnati.... 60/47/024 .53/37/pc. 52/34/pc Miami . . . . 81/71/01484/71/pc 83/65/s Budapest........57/36/000 ..55/41/sh. 43/26/sn Ottawa.........72/45/000 ..52/46/sh. 48/39/sh Cleveland.......67/48/037 ..51/40/sh. 50/38/sh Milwaukee......49/36/0.00...46/37/s. 45/35/pc BuenosAires.....82/64/0.00..78/55/pc...76/60/t Paris............54/41/0.00 ..49/35/pc. 48/35/pc ColoradoSpnngs.39/25/000..48/28/pc. 52/32/pc Minneapolis.....39/33/0.00 ..43/33/pc. 44/29/pc Cabo530lucas..86/66/0.00...87/70/s.. 85/68/s Rio de Janeiro....79/75/000 ..91/76/pc. 90/71/pc 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Regulators reject pesticide-free zones near Oregon waterways The Associated Press SALEM — O r egon state regulators have rejected the idea of r equiring pesticidefreebuffers around rivers and streams to protect threatened fish from chemical runoff. The state E nvironmental Quality C o mmission's vote Thursday was unanimous, the agricultural publication Capital Press reported. Northwest Environmental Advocates had asked the commission to start working on rules tocreate no-spray buffers up to 1,000 feet wide along waterways. The group said the chemicalsare dangerous to humans as well as to fish and wildlife. "This just shows ... that when it comes to protecting salmon and health, the hard




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S pringer, a member of t h e state Board of Forestry and a forester with Starker Forests in Corvallis. An advocate for f a rmers said it w ould mean taking large tracts of land out of farm production. " When yo u a r e t a l k i ng about bUffeTs of up to 1,000 feet around any waterways that are salmon bearing or could lead to a salmon beari ng waterway — w h ic h i s pretty much every stream in the western half of the state of Oregon — you would be hard pressed to find a farm in the Willamette Valley that does not have a stream going through it," said Scott Dahlman, executive director of Oregonians for Food and Shelter.


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HOCKEY November games cancelled by NHL NEW YORK — The NHL lockout has forced

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of November. The NHLannounced

Friday that 326 regular-

seasongames from Oct. 11 through Nov. 30were lost — more than 26.5 percent of the schedule.

The news came aday after a league-imposed deadline passed for a deal with the players' association that would

allow for a full season. "The National Hockey League deeply regrets having to take this

action," Deputy Com-

• With state meetlooming, the Storm tune up with district titles By Grant Lucas The Bulletin

On a crisp Friday afternoon, on a winding, 5,000-meter course that started and finished at Bend's Riverbend Park, Summit High made a statement to the rest of Class 5A: Watch out for the Storm next week. Anchored by first-place finishes from Piper McDonald and Travis Neuman, the Summit girls and boys cross-country teams finished atop the standings in their respective races at the 5A Special District 1 meet. No team came within 19 points of the Storm in either race.

"We haven't really tapered them much yet, so they're still building," Summit coach Carol McLatchie said of her runners. "There's lots of room for improvement in times for state." The state championships take place a week from today at Lane Community College in Eugene. McDonald, trying to follow in the footsteps of Summit graduate and three-time state champion Megan Fristoe, bolted to a quick lead, pulling away midway through the race and clocking a time of 19 minutes, 0.3 seconds — a full 16 seconds better than second-place finisher and teammate Hannah

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SAN FRANCISCO — Ryan Vogelsong stood on the cut grass at AT&T Park in his crisp San Francisco Giants uniform, giving an interview for Japanese broadcaster NHK in English. No need for an interpreter. The backdrop on the scoreboard said it all: World Series. Halfway around the world and back, Vogelsong's journey

is ready to go global. The re-


Indiana is No. 1 in The Associated Press'

silient right-hander will start Game 3 in Detroit opposite Anibal Sanchez tonight looking to move the Giants to the brink of another championship and cap a comeback that has become more improbable each time out. "A lot of faith. A lot of hard work," said Vogelsong, who will take the mound with San Francisco ahead 2-0 in the best-of-seven series. "You also have to have some

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things go your way to get

the third time and the first since the 1979-80

opportunities." For so many years, they so often didn't. "I feel like every day I come in here with a little chip on my shoulder that I need to work harder than the next guy, and try and get myself better on a

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Mountain View's Kyler Ayers (23) breaks through a hole in Bend's defense during the first half Friday night at Mountain View.

No. 1 preseason goes to Indiana

season. The Hoosiers return all five starters, including 7-foot sophomore Cody Zeller. They received 43 first-place votes from the 65-member national

media panel Friday. Louisville and Kentucky, the

teams rankedsecond and third, received the rest of the first-place votes with Louisville getting 20 and the defending national champion the other two. Ohio State and Michi-

gan join Indiana asBig Ten teams in the top five. The last time a conference had three teams

in the preseason top five was 2008-09 when Connecticut, Louisville and Pittsburgh of the

Scoredoard • Mountain View piles up 416yards of offense in a41-14 The scores of Friday night's

prep football games

victory overBendHigh in the annual intracity Civil War

involving teams from

Beau Eastes Central Oregon. By The Bulletin For more on all the games, Getting back to the brand of football that see 04:

produced a state title last season, Mountain View overpowered Bend High 41-14 on Fri-

MouTiiaiiiview..41 sislers...............60 day night,grabbing some much-needed Bend....................14 La Pine ...............14 momentum heading into next week's Class 5A play-in round. Ridgeview......... 46 Santiam............. 32 The Cougars (2-1 Intermountain ConferSummit............. 22 Culver.................13 ence, 5-4 overall), who have now won the past three Civil Wars, totaled 416 yards of Redmond .......... 44 Hosanna Christ. 66 offense against the visiting Lava Bears, 242 Roosevelt...........16 Gilchrist ...............8 of which came on the ground. Mountain View tailback Kyler Ayers ended the IMC Madras.............. 28 game with 171 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 24 carries. The Cougar Estacada..............7 senior also had a touchdown reception.

Ayers, who scoredthree times before halftime, gave Mountain View a 35-8 lead less than a minute into the third quarter when he broke for a 76-yard touchdown on the first offensive play of the second

half. "We controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball," Cougar coach Brian Crum said. "Last week against Redmond (a 22-10loss) we made too many errors. This week we got back to the basics." Mountain View, which will likely host a 5Aplay-in matchup next week, was equally impressive on defense Friday night, holding the Lava Bears (1-2 IMC, 2-6 overall) to just 61 yards rushing. SeeCougs /D4

daily basis," Vogelsong said. "Definitely game day, there's a chip there. I feel like I still have a lot to prove in this game." Vogelsong was drafted in the fifth round by the Giants in 1998 andbecame theprimary piece of a trade to get future ace Jason Schmidt from the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2001.


Nextup World Series, Game 3, San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers

(Giants lead series 2-0) • When:Today, 5 p.m. • TV: Fox

Big East weresecond, third and fifth, respectively. North Carolina State,

Kansas, Duke,Syracuse and Florida round out the top 10. From the Pac-12, Arizona is ranked12th, followed by No. 13 UCLA. For the complete Top


Oregon will honorfallen former Coloradoplayer

25 ranking, seeScoreboard,D2. — The Associated Press

lndiana's Gody Zeller

By Anne M. Peterson The Associated Press

EUGENE — Twenty-eight years have passed since Colorado tight end Ed Reinhardt Jr. collapsed from a seemingly routine hit that would change his life forever. Reinhardt was the nation's leading receiver on Sept. 15, 1984, when the Buffaloes visited the Ducks. With about

two minutes left and Colorado trailing 27-20, he was tackled. "I didn't know the issues until we came off of the field, because we were in the process of driving down and trying to win the game," said current Colorado head coach Jon Embree, then a fellow tight end with the Buffaloes. SeeOregon /D5



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No. 7 OSUseeks 7-0 start at Washington By Tim Booth The Associated Press

SEATTLE — When Mike Riley was forced to make the decision on whether to bring back Sean Mannion just a few weeks after knee surgery or stay with Cody Vaz, he referenced the call he made just a few months earlier. Mannion won the job in

fall camp, so it was a clear choice to go back to him now, especially with Oregon Stateon the verge of accomplishing a first in school history. "I thought about it in terms of if we were starting over, these two guys were competing. Sean won the job initially," Riley said. SeeOSU/D5





Golf • Bend golfers fall short at fl-SchoohAndrewVijarro, a 23-year-old professional from Bend, shot a secondconsecutive 3-under-par 69 in Friday's final round, but it was not enough to advance to the second stage of the PGA Tour's National Qualifying School. Vijarro ended the 72-hole first

stage at 3 underand in atie for 39thplaceatSan Juan Oaks Golf Club in Hollister, Calif. Chadd Cocco, 27 and, like Vijarro, a former Bend High School golf standout, shot a 2-over 74 to end the tourna-

ment at 2 over and in atie for 54th place. Nineteengolfers advanced after shooting 10 under or better.

Football • No. 16 Louisville beats Cincinnati ln OT, 34-31:John Wallace kicked a 30-yard field goal in overtime to lift No. 16 Louisville to a 34-31 victory over Cincinnati on Friday night

in Louisville after an attempt to ice the redshirt kicker went horribly wrong for the Bearcats. Cincinnati got the ball first in OT but Terrell Floyd

intercepted Munchie Legaux's floater in the end zone and the

Cardinals drove12 yards to set up Wallace's kick. Bearcats coach Butch Davis called timeout right before the field-goal attempt, and the high snap went through the holder's

hands. Davis just shrugged and Wallace calmly drilled the ball through the uprights to give Louisville the win. • Ex-NY Giant Taylor wins

teen hotel sex case: NFLHall of Famer LawrenceTaylor celebrated with a cigar on Friday

and pledged to concentrate on his "broken life" after a jury rejected a woman's claims that he assaulted her by failing to recognize her distress when he had sex with her in a hotel room when she was16. The jury in U.S. District Court

in Manhattan deliberated for about an hour before siding with Taylor. Taylor, who led the New York Giants to Super Bowl titles in 1987 and 1991, said

he wanted togohometoPembroke Pines, Fla., and "concentrate on myown broken life and try to repair that." The verdict came after a four-day trial in which Taylor testified that he had sex with a "very, very pretty" prostitute in 2010 but denied accusations that he

ignored obvious signs shewas ateen runawaywho hadbeen beaten and forced to meet with him. He said she told him she was19.

Cycling • Dallas promoterdemands refund from Armstrong:A

Dallas promotions company that paid Lance Armstrong $7 million for winning his sixth

Tour de France isdemanding he return the money. Aspokesman for SCA Promotions

says the companywill send Armstrong a demand letter on Monday now that Armstrong's seven Tour de Fance titles have been revoked. The U.S.

Anti-Doping Agency reported evidence that Armstrong used performance enhancing drugs during all seven of his tour victories. Armstrong's attor-

neyshaveanticipatedsucha demand. They note that SCA

entered a voluntary settlement to pay Armstrong andsaythe companycannotgetitsmoney back. The company had tried in 2005 not to pay Armstrong

because of allegations of doping, but chose to settle.

Tennis • Azarenka sealsNo. 1 ranking at WTA Championships:Victoria Azarenka of

Belarus madesure of finishing the year as thetop-ranked player in the world by beating Li Na of China 7-6 (4), 6-3 at the WTA Championships on Friday in Istanbul. Azarenka

secured a spot in the semifinals and will next play Maria Sharapova. AgnieszkaRadwanska of Polandadvanced to the semifinals when she edged Sara Errani of Italy 6-7 (6), 7-5, 6-4 in a match that lasted nearly 3/a hours. The fourth-ranked Radwanska will

play SerenaWilliams today. Sharapova swept past Sam Stosur 6-0, 6-3 on the final day of round-robin play, but Azarenka's win means that the Russian will not be able to wrest the No. 1 ranking form

her. — From wire reports

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CARO 70-70—140 VANDER B ILT 32.5 33 UMass votes in parentheses,2011-)2 final records,total 69-71 140 knee), WR WesWelker(ankle). PROBABLE: DTKyle 7 MIAMI-OHIO MasanoriKobayashi 7.5 points based on 25 points for a first-placevote Love (knee).RAMS:OUT:TRodger Safold (knee), Ohio 70-70—140 Ball St 4 ARMY WilliamMcGirt 5 throughonepoint for a 25th-placevoteand 201t68-72—140 DEEugeneSims(knee).QUESTIONABLE:W RDanny C. MICHIGAN 5.5 JasonDufner 7 Akron SeanO'Hair )2 final ranking: 69-72—14t Amendola(shoulder), DTMatthewConrath (knee), BOWLINGGREEN )3.5 15 E. Michi g an R ecord Pts P r v LB MarioHaggan(thigh), T WayneHunter (back), 68-73 141 DavidLipsky N . Illinois 7. 5 8 W. MICHIGAN t .lndiana(43 ) 27-9 1,5 9 2 1 6 TE MikeMcNeil (knee). PRO 66-75—141 BABLE: WRBrandon PITTSBU Chia RGH 7 6.5 Temple Danny 2 .Louisville(20) 30 - 1 0 1 , 568 1 7 Gibson(iUness). 75-67—142 MarcLeishm an 1. 5 2 Indiana Scott Piercy 3. Kentucky(2 ) 38-2 1,4 5 3 t 75-68—143 ATLANTA FALCONS at PHILADELPHIA I LLINOIS Purdue 3 3 MINNESO T A 4 DhioSt. 3)-B 1 ,292 7 73-74—t47 EAGLES — FALCONS:OUT WR Harry Douglas Siddikur NORTH W E S T E R N 6 5 5.5 lowa 5. Michigan 2 4-10 1,290 1 3 (knee, ankle). QUEST 74-73—147 IONABLE: G Garrett ReynShaaban Hussin FLORIDA ST 27.5 27.5 Duke 6. NCState 24-13 1,270 70-77—147 olds (back). PROB ABLE: DTJonathan Babineaux Scottl-lend COLLEGE1 3 Maryland 7. Kansas 32-7 t , 210 6 (groin), TEMichael Palmer(shoulder), RBAntone BOSTON A LABAMA 2 4 23.5 Mississippi St B. Duke 27-7 1,094 8 Smrth(hamstring). EAGLES:DOUBTFUL: GDanny U tah St 21. 5 23 TEX-S.ANT ONIO 9. Syracuse 34-3 1,062 2 LPGA Tour Watkins (ankle).QUE STIONABLE: DEPhilip Hunt OST 6 6.5 Hawaii 10. Florida 26-11 93 6 25 (calf). PRO BABLE: SNateAllen (hamstring), S Colt COLORAD Sunrise TaiwanChampionship ST 2 2.5 Baylor 11. NorthCarolina 3 2 - 6 904 4 Anderson (knee),SKurt Coleman(shoulder), C Jon IOWA Friday Texas AS M 13.5 15 AUBURN I2. Arrzona 23-12 902 Dorenbos(ankle), DTCedric Thornton (hand). At Sunrise Golf andCountry Club UTAH 2 ).5 Californra )3. UCLA t g-14 8 4 0 CAROLINAPANTHERS atCHICAGO BEARS Yang Mei, Taiwan 22 20 KANSAS 14. MichiganSt. 29-8 789 5 — PANTHERS: OUT DE Antwan Applewhite Texas Purse: $2 million WISCON SIN 6 6.5 Michigan St 15. Missouri 30 5 664 3 (thigh). DOUB TFUL: DEThomasKeiser (elbow). O REGON 4 6 Yardage: 6,390; Par: 72 47 Colorado 29-6 6 2 2 19 I 6. Creighton PROBABLE. DTDwan Edwards(hand), TEBenHartSecondRound N. CAROLINA 8 7.5 Nc State 2 6-9 5 3 9 17. Memphis sock (cal f ), DE Ch a rl e s Johnson (hi p ), CB Ca pt a i n a-amateur B oise St )6. 5 16.5 WYOMING 26-9 4 8 8 23 18. UNLV Munnerlyn(leg). BEARS:OUT:WRAlshonJeffery HOUSTON 13 13.5 Utep 30-8 486 9 tg. Baylor (hand). PRO BABLE. QBJayCutler (ribs), TEBrody GEORGIATECH 1 5 2.5 Byu 20. SanDiegoSt. 26 - 8 463 22 Eldridge(igness). 6 6.5 Georgia 2 6-7 3 8 4 21. Gonza ga SEATTLESEAHAWKS at DETROIT LIONS j -Florida 14 Kentucky 2 2-12 2 9 7 22. NotreDame — SEAHAWKS:OUT:WRDoug Baldwin (ankle), M ISSOURI t 5 ARIZONA ST 7 5.5 Ucla 26-10 28 5 14 23. Wisconsin CB Byron Maxwel l (hamstri n g). DOUB TF U L: DE Usc 6.5 6.5 ARIZONA 2 6-1) 1 2 0 24. Cincinnati JasonJones(ankle). QUE STIONABLE: GJohnMofR UTGERS t 3 13.5 KentSt 2 5-10 10 1 1 0 25. FloridaSt. fitt (knee).PROBABLE: RBMarshawn Lynch(back). SANJOSEST 19 20.5 TexasSt Others receivingvotes: MurraySt. 59, VCU58, LIONS:OUT : CBJacobLacey(concussion), SAmari 24.5 Washington St Saint Louis46,Texas46, Minnesota 40, Butler 33, Spievey(concussion). DOUBTFUL: LBDeAndre Levy STANFORD 21.5 O hro St 2 ( P ) PK PENN ST Pittsburgh 32, Saint Joseph's25, Marquette23, (hamstring).QUE STIONABLE DECliff Avril (back), Oregon St 4 3.5 WASHINGTON Tennessee15, OklahomaSt. 14, Kansas St. 12, CB Bill Bentley(shoulder), SLouis Delmas(knee), KANSAS ST 7 7 TexasTech Georgetown9, NewMexrco 9, Ohio 9, Mrami8, WR Titus Young (knee). PRO BABLE: WR Calvin 3.5 Syracuse Saint Mary's(Cal) 6, WestVirginia 6, Davidson5, Johnson(knee), TEBrandonPettigrew (knee), LB S. FLORIDA 5.5 OKLAHOM A ST 9 7 Tcu Drexel 5, N.Iowa5, Valparaiso 3, Lehigh2, Stan- Stephen Tulloch(knee), DTCoreyWiliams (knee). C. Florida 3 2.5 MARSHALL ford 2, CooradoSt. 1,Ora Robertst. WASHINGTONREDSKINS atPITTSBURGH 85 7.5 BUFFALO STEELERS— REDSKINS:OUT WR PierreGar- Toledo CAROLINA 14 14 Tennessee con (foot), SBrandonMeriweather (knee). QUES- S. FOOTBALL I-ARKANSAS 5 6 Mississippi TIONABLE:LBLondonFletcher (head, hamstring). ST Tech 29 30.5 N. MEXICO PROBABLE:CB Cedric Griffin (hamstring), CB Louisiana DKLAHOMA 10 1).5 N otreDame NFL David Jones(AchiUes), P SavRocca (right knee), Uab 4.5 4.5 TULANE CB JoshWilson (shoulder), DEDougWorthington NATIONAL FOOTBALLLEAGUE 20.5 21.5 Memphis (calf), RBDarrel Young(hamstring). STEELERS: SMIJ All TimesPDT RICE PK 2.5 S Mississi ppi OUT: Marcus T Gilbert (ankle), LBBrandonJohnson 2.5 2.5 Michigan (hamstrrng), RB Rashard Mendenhag(Achiges), S NEBRASKA AMERICANCONFERENCE OST tB 18 Unlv Troy Polamalu (calf). QUESTN IOABLE: RBIsaac SANDIEG East F resno St 12 15 NEWMEXICO W L T P c t PF PA Redman(ankle). PROBABLE: SWil Allen(ankle), UL-MONROE 24 23 S Alabama Jonathan Dwyer NewEngland 43 0 . 5 71 2)7 163 LB Chris Carter (hamstring), RB Kentucky 7 6.5 FLORIDA INT'L Maurkice Pouncey(knee), LB W. Miami 33 0 . 500 120 117 (not injury related), C MID TENN ST 3.5 3.5 N.Texas N.Y.Jets 34 0 . 429 159 170 Adrian Robinson(concussion), K ShaunSuisham Troy 75 7.5 FLAATLANTIC JasonWorilds (igness). Buffalo 34 0 . 4 29 171 227 (ankle), LB OAKLAND RAIDERS at KANSAS CITY j-jacksonvige,Fla. South I-Little Rock, Ark. W L T P c t PF PA CHIEFS — RAIDERS: OUT: T Khalif Bames (P) Penn State startedasthe favorite Houston 6 1 0 . 8 57 216 t28 (groin), CBShawntae Spencer (foot). QUESTION Indianapolis 33 0 . 500 117 158 ABLE: DTDesmond Bryant (elbow), LB Keenan Tennessee 34 0 . 4 29 149 238 Clayton (shoulder), LBTravis Goethel (back), TE BASEBALL Jacksonville 1 5 0 . 1 67 88 )64 Richard Gordon (hamstring), RB TaiwanJones (knee), DE Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder), DEDavid North MLB W L T P ct PF PA Togefson(shoulder). PROBABLE: LBMiles Burris Juron Criner (hip), RB MAJORLEAGUEBASEBALL Baltimore 52 0 . 714 174 16) (elbow, quadriceps), WR (hip), K SebastianJanikowski (left PostseasonGlance Pittsburgh 33 0 . 500 140 t32 Mike Goodson All Times PDT Cincinnati 34 0 . 429 166 187 groin), DT TommyKelly (shoulder), RB Darren (shoulder), S MikeMitchell (ankle), TE Cleveland 6 0 J 43 147 180 McFadden Brandon Myers (knee), C Al e x Pa rsons (back), DT West WORLDSERIES W L T P c t PF PA RrchardSeymour(knee), WRRod Streater (knee). (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) STIONABLE: CBJalil Brown (groin), All gamestelevised by Fox Denver 33 0 . 500 170 138 CHIEFS:QUE SanDiego 33 0 . 500 148 137 DE GlennDorsey(calf), TE SteveManeri (ankle). San Francisco 2, Detroit 0 LE: QBMatt Cassel (concussion), RBPey- Wednesday, Oakland 24 0 . 333 113 17t PROBAB Oct.24: SanFrancisco 8, Detroit 3 DevonWylie (hamstring). Kansas City I5 0 . 1 57 104 183ton I-ligis (ankle) WR ThursdayOct.25:SanFrancisco 2, Detroit 0 NEW YORKGIANTS atDALLAS COWBOYS NATIONALCONFERENCE Today,Oct.27:SanFrancisco (Vogelsong14-9) at — GIANTS: OUT:LBJacquian Williams (knee) East Detroit (Sanchez 4-6), 5:07p.m. W L T P c t PF PA DOUBTFUL:DT RockyBemard (quadriceps), S Sunday, Oct. 28:SanFrancisco (Cain16-5) at Detroit STIONABLE: RBAhmad NY Giants 52 0 . 7 )4 205 137 KennyPhillips (knee).QUE (Scherzert6-7), 515 p.m. (toot). PRO BABLE:CDavid Baas(ankle), x-Monday,Oct. 29: SanFrancisco at Detroit, 5:07 Philadelphra 33 0 . 500 103 125 Bradshaw Dallas 33 0 . 500 113 133 WR HakeemNicks (knee, foot) COWBOYS: OUT p.m. C Phil Costa (ankl e ), S Matt Johnson (ham stri n g), x-Wednesday, Oct. 31: Detroit at SanFrancisco, 5:07 Washington 34 0 . 429 201 200 DE SeanLissemore(ankle), RBDeMarco Murray South p.m. ABLE: RB Felix Jones (knee) W L T P c t PF PA (foot) QUESTION x-Thursday,Nov. I: Detroit at SanFrancisco, 5:07 CRyanCook (hamstring), LB Anthony Atlanta 6 0 0 ) . 00017t t13 PROBABLE: p.m. Spencer (shoul d er), LB De M ar cus W are (i l n ess). TampaBay 34 0 . 429 184 153 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS a t DE NVER BRONNewOrleans 24 0 . 333 176 182 : TEDanrel Graham(knee), TENNIS Carolina I 5 0 . 1 67 106 )44 COS —SAINTS:OUT WR JosephMorgan(chest). QUESTIONABLE: TE North Jimmy Graham (ankl e ), LB Da vi d Ha w t h orne (ham W L T P ct PF PA ProfessionaI AB BLE: RBDarrenSproles (not injury Chicago 5 1 0 . 833 162 78 string). PRO WTAChampionships STIONABLE: CB Tracy Minnesota 5 3 0 . 6 25 184 t67 related). BRONCOS:QUE Friday BABLE: SMike Adams(knee), GreenBay 43 0 . 571 184 155 Porter (illness).PRO At Sinan ErdemDome Detroit 24 0 . 3 33 133 150 CB ChrisHarris (ankle), GChris Kuper(forearm), Istanbul NT SealverSiliga (not injury related), TEJacob West Purse: $4.9million (TourChampionship) (hip), LB Danny Trevathan(thumb), WR W L T P c t PF PA Tamme Surface: Hard-Indoor San Francisco 52 0 . 7 )4 165 100 MatthewWilis (hamstring). Round Robin Arizona 43 0 . 5 71 124 118 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS at ARIZONA Singles Seattle 4 3 0 . 57t 116 t06 CARDINALS—49ERS: NoDataReported CARGroup A St. Louis 34 0 . 429 130 141 DINALS: DNP: QBKevin Kolb (ribs), CB Greg Victoria Aza re nka (1), Belarus, def.Li Na(8), China, Toler (hamstring). LIMITED: DTDarnell Dockett (hamstring), TEJimDray (knee), CBJamell Flem- 7-6(4), 6-3. Thursday's Game Standings:SerenaWiliams3-0 (sets 6-0); Azaing (back), TEToddHeap(knee), S KerryRhodes Tampa Bay35, Minnesota17 (back), RB Anthony Sherman(knee), GAdamSny- renka2-) (4-3); Li 1-2 (2-4); AngeliqueKerber 0-3 Sunday'sGames (1-6). der (quadrrceps).FULL:CBMichael Adams(hamJacksonvilleatGreenBay, I 0am. Group 8 string), DE Calais Campbell (quadriceps), LBQuenIndianapolisatTennessee,10a.m. MariaSharapova(2), Russia, def. SamStosur (9), Champions Tour tin Groves(hamstring), LB Paris Lenon(ankle), S CarolinaatChicago,t0a.m. JamesSanders(knee), LBOB ' rien Schofield (knee), Australia,6-0, 6-3. MiamiatN.YJets,tgam. AT&T Championship Agnieszka R a dw a nsk a(4), Pol a nd, def. Sara E r r ani QB John Skelton (ankle), LBReggieWalker (head). SanDiegoatClevelandt0a.m. Friday (7),ltaly, 6-7 (5) 7-5, 6 4. AtlantaatPhiladelphia,10a.m. At TPCSanAntonio, ATATCanyons Course Standi n gs: Mari a Sh a rapova 3-0 (B-t); Agni e szka Seattle atDetroit, I0 a.m. San Antonio College Radwanska 2-1(5-3); Errani1-2 (3-5); a-Stosur0-2 Washington at Prttsburgh,10a.m. Purse: $1.85 million (1-4); w-PetraKvitova0-1(0-2). NewEnglandvs.St.LouisatLondon,10a.m. Friday's Games Yardage: 6,923; Par 72(36 36) w-withdrew,a-alternate Oakland at KansasCity,1:05 p.m. SOUTH Partial First Round NY Giantsat Dalas, t:25 pm. Louisville 34,Cincinnati 31,OT Note: Playwassuspendeddueto darkness Swiss Indoors NewOrleansatDenver,5:20 p.m. FAR WEST MarkCalcavecchia 35-32—67 Friday Open.Baltimore,Buffalo, Cincinnati, Houston Air Force4B,Nevada31 TomKite 36-34—70 At St. Jakobshalfe Monday'sGame Gil Morgan 34-38—72 Basel, Switzerland SanFranciscoatArizona,5;30 p.m. Top 25Schedule Jay Haas 37-35 — 72 Purse: $2.5 million (WT500) All Times PDT MarkWiebe 37-35 — 72 Surface: Hard-Indoor NFL InjuryReport TomPerniceJr. 37-35 72 (Subject tochange) Singles NEWYORK The updated National Football 38-35—73 Bill Glasson Ouarterfinals Leagueinjury report, asprovidedbythe league: Today DavidPeoples 38-36—74 RichardGasquet(3), France,def Mikhail Youzhny Morris Hatalsky JACKSONVILLEJAGUARSat GREENBAY No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 13 Mississippi State, 5:30 35-39—74 (6), Russia6-2, , 7-6 (5). PACKERS —JAGUARS: OUT:RBMaurice JonesTrevorDodds 37-37 74 p.m. Juan Martin del Potro (2), Argenti n a, def. Kevi n No.20regon vs. Colorado, noon 37-37—74 Drew (foot), SDwightLowery(ankle). DOUBTFUL ChienSoonLu Anderson, South Af r i c a, 3-6, 7-6 (3), 6-2. No. 3Floridavs. No. I2 Georgiaat Jacksonvile, Fla., 37-37 — 74 RB Montell Owens (shoulder). QUEST IONABLE JoelEdwards Paul-Henri Mathi e u, France, def Gri g or Di m i t rov, 36-38 — 74 CB DerekCox(back), RBGregJones(hip), CB 12:30p.m. Mike Reid Bulgaria,7-6(2), 7-6(4). 36-38 — 74 RasheanMathis (groin), WR Laurent Robinson No. 4KansasStatevs. No.15TexasTech,12:30 p.m. Brad Faxon RogerFederer(1), Switzerland,det. Benoit Paire, Kirk Triplett No.5NotreDameatNo.8Oklahoma,5p.m. 35-39 — 74 (concussion).PRO BABLE: QBBlaine Gabbert (eft France,6-2,6-2. 37-38 — 75 shoulder). PACKERS:OUT:WRGreg Jennings No. 7OregonStateatWashington, 7:15p.m. LanceTenBroeck (groin), RBJohn Kuhn(hamstring), LB Nick Perry No. 9OhioStateat PennState, 2:30p.m. Mike Mccullough 35 39 75 38-37—75 (knee), CB SamShields (ank e), SCharles Woodson No. IOSouthern CalatArizona,12:30p.m. Blaine Mccagi s ter Valencia Open 500 37-38—75 (cogarbone).QUE STIONABLE: WRJordy Nelson No.11 FloridaStatevs. Duke, 1230p.m Jim Thorpe Friday 37-38 — 75 (hamstring).PRO BABLE. WRDonald Driver (neck), No.17SouthCarolinavs.Tennessee,9a.m. SandyLyle At Ciudad de las Artes y las Ci e ncas 40-35 75 TE JermichaelFinley(shoulder), GTJ. Lang(elbow, No. )8Rutgersvs. KentState,12:30p.m. Bob Gilder Valencia 37-38 — 75 wrrst), DT B.J. Raji (ankle), QBAaron Rodgers(calf), No.19 Stanfordvs.Washington State, 315pm. Olin Browne Valencia, Spain 38-37 — 75 CJeffSaturday(neck), RBJamesStarks(igness). No 20MichiganatNebraska,5p.m Ted Schulz Purse: $2.72 mill MIAMI DOLPHINS at NEW YORK JETS No. 21BoiseState atWyoming, I2:30 p.m. Jeff Hart 37-39 — 76 — DOLPHINS:OUT:CBRichardMarshall (back) No. 22TexasAikMatAuburn, 4 p.m. SteveLowery 39-37 — 76 PROBABLE:S Reshad Jones (heel), LB Koa Misi No. 23OhioatMiami(Dhio), 12:30p.m. Rick Fehr 39-37—76 (hamstring), RBDaniel Thomas(concussion), DE MichaelAllen 37-39—76 CameronWake(neck), S Jimmy Wilson (ankle) Pac-12 Standings LorenRoberts 35-41 76 JETS:DOU BTFUL: DTKenrick Egis(knee), RBBilal All Times PDT Joe Daley 38-38—76 Powell (shoulder), LBBart Scott(toe). QUE STIONMike Goode s 38-38—76 ABLE.TEJetf Cumberland (wrist), C NickMangold North TomJenkins 39-38—77 (ankle), RB JoeMcKnight (ankle), DTSionePo'uha Conf. Overall GeneSauers 40-37—77 (low back), S Eric Smith (knee). PRO BABLE: G Oregon 4-0 7-0 Jeff Sluman 36-4) — 77 4-0 6-0 Vladimir Ducasse (knee), WRClyde Gates (shoulOregon State DavidEger 37-40 — 77 3-1 5-2 LarryNelson 39-38 — 77 der), WRJeremy Kerley(finger), S LaRonLandry Stanford 2-3 3-5 BradBryant 38-39 — 77 (heel), G BrandonMoore (hip), LB CalwnPace California (shin), QBMark Sanchez (low back), GMatt Slau- Washington 1-3 3-4 Larry Mize 41-36 — 77 GOLF Washi n gton State 0-4 2-5 R oger Ch apm an 39-38 — 77 son (knee),TJasonSmith (not injury related). SAN DIEGO CHARGERS atCLEVELAND South Phil Blackmar 39-39 78 PGA Tour BROWNS — CHARGERS:QUESTIONABLE:LB Conf. Overall JohnHuston 37-4I — 78 Jonas Mouton(hip), WREddie Royal (hamstring). USC 4-) B-t CIMB Classic GaryHallberg 39-39 — 78 PROBAB LE:TJaredGaither (groin), C NickHardwick ArizonaState 3-1 5-2 Friday Mark McNulty 41-37—78 2-2 52 AI Mines Resort &Golf Club Jim Rutledge 40-39 — 79 (abdomen),DEVaughn Martin (neck), CBShareece UCLA Wright (foot). BROWNS:OUT: LB Scott Fulita Arizona 1-3 4-3 Kuala Lumpur Rod Spittle 41-38 — 79 1-3 1-6 Purse: $6.1 million RussCochran 38-41 — 79 (shoulder,neck), CBDimitri Patterson (ankle), DT Colorado 0-4 2-5 D an Forsm an 40-39 — 79 Ahtyba Rubin (calf) QUESTIN OABLE: S Tashaun Utah Yardage: 6,909; Par: 71 Today's Games 39-4t—80 Gipson (knee), WRMohamed Massaquoi (hamSecondRound BenCrenshaw


UCLAatArizonaState, noon Co oradoatOregon,noon USC atArizona, 12:30p.m. WashingtonStateatStanford, 3:I5 p.m. Calitorniaat Utah,6:45 p.m. DregonStateatWashington, 7:15 p.m.

Leaderboard attime of suspendedplay SCORE THRU -5 -3 -2 -2 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 E E E E E E E E E

1. MarkCalcavecchia 2. KennyPerry 3. TomKite 3. WillieWood 5. DavidFrost 5. MarkBrooks 5. MarkMouland 5. PeterSenior 5. Tommy ArmourRI 10. ChipBeck 10. Mark Wiebe 10. Bobby Wadkins 10. JayHaas t0. Gil Morgan 10. Tom Pernice, Jr. 1O.JayDonBake 10 JohnCook 10. BobNiger

F )5 F 17 t7

I2 9 11 10 12 F )3 F F F t4 I4 9


Eastern Conference

W L T P t sGF GA y -Sporting KansasCity I8 7 9 6 3 42 27 x-D.C. 1 7 10 6 57 52 42 x-Chicago 1 7 11 5 5 6 45 40 x-NewYork 1 5 9 9 5 4 54 46 x-Houston 1 4 8 11 53 48 39 Columbus t 4 t2 7 4 9 42 43 Montreal 1 2 15 6 42 45 50 Philadelphia 10 17 6 36 37 42 NewEngland 8 17 8 32 38 44 TorontoFC 5 20 8 2 3 35 60

Western Conference

W L T P t sGF GA

y-SanJose 1 9 6 8 6 5 71 42 x-Seattle 1 5 7 t t 5 6 5t 32 x -Real SaltLake 17 11 5 5 6 46 35 x -Los Angele s 1 5 1 2 6 5 1 58 47 x-Vancouver t t t3 9 42 35 41 FC Dagas 9 13 tt 3 8 40 45 Colorado 1 0 19 4 3 4 42 50 Portland 8 16 9 3 3 33 55 ChivasUSA 7 18 8 2 9 22 56 NOTE: Threepoints forvictory, onepoint fortie x- clinchedplayoff berth y- clinchedconference

Today'sGames NewYorkat Philadelphia,10 30a.m. NewEnglandat Montreal, 11a.m. D.C. United at Chicago, I p.m. San Joseat Portland, 3:30p.m. Vancouverat Real Salt Lake,6 p.m. Houstonat Colorado,6p.m.

Suuday'sGames TorontoFCat Columbus, t p.m. ChivasUSAatFCDallas, 4p.m. Seattle FC at LosAngeles, 6p.m.

MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR Sprint Cup TUMS FastRelief 500 Lineup After Friday qualifying; raceSunday At Martlnsvllfe Speedway Ridgeway,Va. Lap length: .526 miles (Car number inparentheses) 1. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet, 97598 2. (55)BrianVickers, Toyota,97.533 3. (18)KyleBusch, Toyota, 97.427. 4.(3t)Jeff Burton,Chevrolet,97 392. 5. (11)DennyHamlin,Toyota, 97.382. 6. (17)MattKenseth, Ford,97.272. 7. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet, 97.257. 8. (15)ClintBowyer, Toyota, 97.247. 9. (27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 97.158. tg. (43)AricAlmirola, Ford,97.)08. t t. (24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet,96.968. 12. (56)MartinTruexJr, Toyota,96.963. 13. (29)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,96.959. 14. (20)JoeyLogano,Toyota,96.904. 15. (5)KaseyKahne,Chevrolet, 96.869. I6. (34)DavidRagan, Ford, 96.84. 17. (39)RyanNewman,Chevrolet,96.835. 18. (47)BobbyLabonte, Toyota, 96.835. 19. (78)KurtBusch,Chevrolet,96.75. 20. (88)DaleEarnhardtJr., Chevrolet,96.716. 21. (98)MichaelMcDowell, Ford,96.706. 22. (13)CaseyMears, Ford, 96.68t. 23. (99)Carl Edwards,Ford, 96652. 24. (t) JamieMcMurray Chevrolet, 96.578. 25. (42)JuanPablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 96.533. 26. (51) AJAgmendinger, Chevrolet, 96.391. 27. (22)SamHornishJr., Dodge, 96.273. 28. (32)KenSchrader,Ford, 96.156. 29. (10)DavidReutimann, Chevrolet, 96141. 30. (I6) Greg Biffle, Ford,96.1I2. 31. (26)JoshWise, Ford, 96063. 32. (2)BradKeselowski, Dodge,96.0)5. 33. (9)MarcosAmbrose, Ford, 95.985. 34. (83)LandonCassig, Toyota, 95.976. 35. (38)DavidGil iland, Ford,95.922. 36. (23)Scott Riggs,Chevrolet, 95.922. 37 (36) Dave Blaney Chevrolet 958t 1 38. (87)JoeNemechek, Toyota, 95.675. 39. (91)Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet,95.574. 40. (30)DavidStremme, Toyota, 95.545. 41. (93)TravisKvapil, Toyota,95.54. 42. (33)StephenLeicht, Chevrolet, 95.204. 43. (95)Scott Speed,Ford,94.898. Failed to Oualify 44. (19)MikeBliss, Toyota,94609. 45. (37)J.J.Yeley,Chevrolet, 94.609.





college, Colorado at Arizona (same-day tape), Pac-12 Network. 10:30 a.m.:Major

League Soccer, New

at Utah (same-day tape), Pac-12 Network. TRIATHLON 1 p.m.:Ironman World

Championship (taped), NBC. BASEBALL

5 p.m.:MLB playoffs,

World Series, San York Red Bulls at Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Union, NBC. Detroit Tigers, Fox. 1 p.m.:Major League BASKETBALL Soccer, D.C. United 5 p.m.: Men'scollege, at Chicago Fire, NBC Northwest Nazarene at Sports Network.

3:30 p.m.:Major League Soccer, SanJose Earthquakes at Portland Timbers, NBC Sports Network. VOLLEYBALL

2 a.m.:Women's college, Arizona at Cal

(same-day tape), Pac-12 Network. MOTOR SPORTS

1:30 a.m.:Formula One, Indian Grand Prix,

practice, qualifying, Speed network. 6:30 a.m.:NASCAR,

Sprint Cup, TumsFast Relief 500, practice, Speed network. 9 a.m.:NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Tums Fast Relief

500, practice, Speed network.

10:30 p.m.:National Hot Rod Association, Big 0Tires Nationals,

Gonzaga, Root Sports.

RODEO 6 p.m.: Bull riding, PBR World Finals, NBC Sports Network.


2 a.m.:Formula One, Indian Grand Prix,

Speed network. 11 a.m.:NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Tums Fast Relief 500, ESPN. 5 p.m.:National Hot Rod Association, Big 0 Tires

Nationals (same-day tape), ESPN2. GOLF

6 a.m.:European Tour, BMW Masters, final round, Golf Channel. 10 a.m.:LPGA Tour, Sunrise LPGA Taiwan

Championship, final

qualifying (same-day

round, Golf Channel.

tape), ESPN2. GOLF

12:30 Tour, Web.comTour Championship, final round, Golf Channel. 2:30 p.m.:Champions

6 a.m.:European Tour, BMW Masters, third round, Golf Channel. 10 a.m.:LPGA Tour, Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship, third round, Golf Channel. 12:30 Tour, Tour

Tour, final round, ATBT Championship, Golf

Channel. SOCCER 6:25 a.m.:English

Premier League, Everton

Championship, third

at Liverpool, ESPN2.

round, Golf Channel. 2:30 p.m.:Champions

2 p.m.:Men's college, San Diego State at

Tour,second round,

Oregon State, Pac-12

ATBT Championship, Golf Channel.

4p.m.:Women's college,

9 p.m.:PGATour/Asian Tour, CIMB Classic, final round, Golf Channel. FOOTBALL

9 a.m.:College, Tennessee atSouth Carolina, ESPN. 9 a.m.:College, lowa at Northwestern, ESPN2.

9 a.m.:College, Kentucky at Missouri, ESPNU.

9 a.m.:College, Delaware at Old Dominion, NBC Sports Network.

9 a.m.:College, Texasat Kansas, Root Sports.

9 a.m.:College, Ball State at Army, CBS Sports Network.

Noon:College, UCLAat Arizona State, FX.

Noon:College, Colorado at Oregon, Pac-12

Network. Colorado at Arizona State, Pac-12 Network.

6 p.m.:Major League Soccer, Seattle Sounders at Los Angeles Galaxy, ESPN.

6 p.m.:Women's college, Stanford at UCLA, Pac-12 Network. FOOTBALL 10a.m.: NFL, New England Patriots at St. Louis Rams, CBS. 10a.m.: NFL, Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions, Fox. 1 p.m.:NFL, New York Giants at Dallas

Cowboys, Fox. 5:20p.m.:NFL, New Orleans Saints at Denver

Broncos, NBC. 8 p.m.:College, Hawaii at Colorado State

Network. 12:30 p.m.:College, Michigan State at

(taped), Root Sports.

Wisconsin, ESPN2.

college, Oregon at Utah, Pac-12 Network.

12:30 p.m.:College, USC at Arizona, ABC.

12:30 p.m.:College,


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Is Kobe-LeBron final coming'?johnson • The Lakers andthe Heat areboth loaded heading intotheseason

wins pole; I(eselowski

By Brian Mahooey

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The Associated Press

LeBron James against Kobe Bryant, the dream NBA Finals that has never become a reality. Maybe this is the year. James' Miami Heat are on top of the league and got even stronger over the summer, but nobody loaded up like the Los Angeles Lakers, who acquired Dwight Howard and Steve Nash. One team or the other has appeared in the past six NBA Finals. Now, with more help than either has ever had, James and Bryant both will face title expectations — and a sense that they are due for that long-awaited showdown with each other in June. "If we see that matchup, Kobe vs. LeBron, I think it would break all the records," Lakers Hall of Famer and ESPN analyst Magic Johnson said. "I think the viewership would be off the charts." It is no guarantee, of course. The Oklahoma City T h u nder might still be best in the West, making a James-Kevin Durant rematch in the finals just as likely as James-Bryant. Or maybe the Boston Celtics, who came so close to knocking out the Heat last season, can finish the job this time even after Ray Allen ditched them to join James on South Beach. But even the guys chasing the King concede how difficult it will be to dethrone him. "I think everyone knew if he won one that it's going to be hard for everybody. ... I'm hoping there's enough good teams, and we can be one of them, that we can knock him off," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said. "The good news is he's the clear target. We know who we're going after, there's no doubt about that. But he's awful good. He's a good guy, he's great for the league and he's a great player. That's good for everything. But now let's beat him." The Celtics get the first shot, visiting the Heat in Tuesday's season opener. The Lakers open later that night against Dallas, and for a change all eyes at Staples Center will not be only on Bryant. The Lakers acquired the NBA's best big man in Howard after surprisingly adding Nash, long one of the league's best point guards, earlier in the summer. Just like that, a team that could not get out of the second round of the playoffs the past two years put itself right back in the hunt for what would be Bryant's sixth championship. "We're all determined to get therefor sure," Bryant said. "The hunger from Dwight and Nash can definitely, definitely help our

By Hank Korz jr. The Associated Press

Chris O'Meara /The Associated Press

The Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant, left, guards the Miami Heat's LeBron James during last year's All-Star Game. The Lakers and the Heat could be on a collision course to meet in the finals.

to Durant, Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka. "It's a new season," said Durant, the league's three-time scorTop current odds; byKeith ing champion. "Last year is over Glantz and Russell Culver with. We've got to start over from day one and see where we're at." Current Opening San Antonio has had the West's Team Odds Odds best recordin the regular season L.A. Lakers 2-1 12-1 each of the last two seasons and 2-1 5-2 Miami is still hoping for one more title 5-2 Oklahoma City 7-2 in the Tim Duncan era. The Los 6-1 Angeles Clippers, Memphis GrizSan Antonio 12-1 zlies and Denver Nuggets could 9-2 C hicago 18- 1 be threatsout West, and rememBoston 20-1 20-1 ber that Indiana had a 2-1 lead Brooklyn 28-1 200-1 over Miami in the second round 15-1 Indiana 30-1 last season. 18-1 L.A. Clippers 30-1 There is a new look in New York, which is now home to the Denver 35-1 30-1 Nets but no longer to Linsanity. N ew York 35- 1 50-1 When the Nets host the Knicks on Dallas 40-1 15-1 Thursday in the first regular-sea22-1 Memphis 40-1 son game at the Barclays Center, 40-1 Philadelphia 50-1 their $1 billion arena in Brooklyn, A tlanta 100- 1 50-1 Jeremy Lin will not be suiting up on the other side. The Knicks deMinnesota 1 0 0-1 75-1 cided not to match the contract of Utah 100-1 100-1 last season's breakout star from 100-1 Milwaukee 125-1 H arvard who signed with t h e P ortland 125 - 1 100-1 Houston Rockets. All-Star weekend, David Stern's last before retiring as commissave for one partial season after sioner in 2014, also is headed to he returned from playing baseball Houston, where James was MVP during his first retirement. James, of the 2006 game. now consideredthe league's best Now he wins the awards for the games that count. player, has similar designs on a long run. He used to come up short in the "In a sport like this, I think the postseason, abig reason the finals ultimate goal and the only goal matchup with Bryant has not yet is to win," James said. "You pre- happened. His Cleveland teams pare to win. It doesn't happen all had the top seed in both 2009 and the time. Of course not. But that 2010, but they were bounced by should be your mindset. Prepare the East teams that ended up losyour mind each and every night ing to the Lakers in the finals. to win." It seems clear that James has it Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all figured out, taking his game to should be back at full strength another, seemingly unstoppable after both were slowed by inju- level when Wade and Bosh were ries in the playoffs, and the Heat's limited last p o stseason. Now, Big Three are now joined by Alwhen it seems he needs it least, len, the league'scareer leader he has his best collection of talent in three-pointers, and Rashard around him. energy." Lewis. When he hugged the beaten Howard's departure from OrLeague executives are confi- Durant after the finals in June, lando was lengthy and messy, fi- dent that Miami will be back in it was easy to imagine them donally completed in August. James the finals, with 96.7 percent of ing it again next year. Then the and Bryant were in London preresponses in's GM sur- Lakers pushed Bryant's champiparing to play in t h e Olympic vey picking the Heat to win the onship window back open with semifinals on the day the trade Eastern Conference. Miami got their summer haul, constructing was completed, and news of the 70 percent of the vote to repeat a lineup of Bryant, Nash, Howard deal overshadowed their victory as champion, and James was and Pau Gasol that could be on its en route tothe Americans' sec- the choice of two-thirds of the way from Hollywood to the Hall ond straight gold medal two days responders to add another MVP of Fame — with a trip to South later. award to his collection. Beach along the way. "The Heat are the team to beat For James, the gold was the T hings probably will not b e completion of one of basketball's quite as easy for the Lakers, since because they are the champs," greatest individual seasons. He the Thunder should be better with said TNT's Shaquille O'Neal, who joined Michael Jordan in 1992 as their young core another year won titles with both franchises. the only players to win the NBA older — if they keep it together. "Kudos to Pat Riley for putting championship, the Olympic gold Sixth Man of th e Year James g reat shooters around his b i g medal, and the r egular-season Harden could be a free agent after man. The Lakers — on paperand finals MVP awards in the next season, and the small-mar- are very, very talented. It's going same season. ket Thunder will have to decide to be a very interesting year and Once Jordan got to the top, he if they can commit more dollars I wish both of those teams make was never really knocked from it, after already giving big contracts the finals."

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Garrigus leads in Malaysia;Woodstrails by five The Associated Press KUALA LUMPUR, MalaysiaRobert Garrigus shot a 7-under 64 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead over Jbe'Kruger, the South African who upstaged Tiger Woods in their second-round pairing at the CIMB Classic. Garrigus was at 14-under 128. The American left his par putt just short on the 18th hole for his only bogey of the round. Kruger, playing his first competitive round with Woods, pumped his right arm after each of his eight birdies for a 64 in soggy conditions at The Mines. Matteson and Australia's Greg Chalmers were 10 under. Troy Matteson followed his opening 63 with a 69, and Chalmers had a 66. Woods shot a 67 to join Kevin Na and Zimbabwe's Brendon De

Jonge at 9 under. Na had a 66, and De Jonge shot 65. The tournament is sanctioned buy the PGA Tour and Asian Tour. It will become a full-fledged PGA Tour event next year when the tour begins its new season in October after the FedEx Cup. Also on Friday: Sweden's Hanson leads after 64 SHANGHAI — Sweden's Peter Hanson shot an 8-under 64 to take a two-stroke lead over defending champion Rory McIlroy after the second round of th e European Tour's BMW M a sters. Hanson had a 14-under DO total on The Masters Course at Lake Malaren. The top-ranked McIlroyhad seven birdies for a 65. Pettersen, Park in front in Taiwan YANG MEI, Taiwan — N orway's Suzann Pettersen shot a 7-

under 65 to share the second-round lead with South Korea's Inbee Park in the LPGA Taiwan Championship. The winners the past two weeks in the opening events on the tour's Asian Swing, Pettersen and Park had 10-under 134 totals at the Sunrise Golf and Country Club. Park shot a 69. Yani Tseng, the topranked Taiwanese star who won the event last year, was two strokes back along with Scotland's Catriona Matthew. Tseng shot a 69, and Matthew had a 66.

Calcavecchia ontop inTexas SAN ANTONIO — Mark Calcavecchia shot a 5-under 67 to take a two-stroke lead over Kenny Perry in the suspended first round of the Champions Tour's AT8T Championship. Thirty-three of the 80 players were unable to complete the round because of darkness.

MARTINSVILLE, V a. Jimmie Johnson's championship hopes got a boost Friday when he won the pole position for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway, while points leader Brad Keselowski qualified 32nd. Johnson, a five-time champion, gained not only the top starting spot with his lap at 97.598 miles per hour, but the stall at the front of pit road, giving him unimpeded access to the track. "Track position is important, and then that pit stall is so important," Johnson said. He trails K eselowski by seven points with four races remaining. Denny Hamlin, who is third in the points race and 13 behind Johnson, will start fifth. An additional disadvantage seemed to be the last thing Keselowski needed, primarily because histwo closest pursuers in the title chase are the two drivers that have dominated at Martinsville in recent years. Johnson has won six times on the 0.526-mile, paper clipshaped oval, and has led 1,788 laps. Hamlin has won f our times here, and led 1,127 laps. Keselowski, making only his sixth start at the track, has led two laps and finished no higher than ninth. He's confident he can make up for his poor two-lap run when the most important 500 laps are put on the scoreboard, and pointed to last weekend in Kansas, where he qualified 25th and raced his way to finish eighth. "I'd much rather race towards the front rather than qualify towards the front if I had to pick between the two," he said. "I feel like we'll be capable of pulling that off once the race gets started. Just ready

to keep going, you know, feeling the season wind down and really feel good about our opportunities in front of us." He also said he isn't feeling the pressurethat Johnson said is most intense for the leader. "There's this friend of mine that has this joke that there's two types of pressures: pressure applied and pressure felt. And there might bepressure applied, but I don't feel it, how about that," he said when told of Johnson's theory. He's also trying to keep from thinking what the next month could mean to him. "I mean, yeah, you can't help but think about it, but I've thought about it since I was a little kid," he said about potentially winning the championship. "... There's a lot of work to be done and it would be a disservice to the work that we've done to date to let that get in your head and think so much about it that you don't focus on the work still to be done." That's how Johnson has won five, and he's primed to make the most of his advantage. "We've helpedourselves out dramatically today by qualifying on the pole. We've got the safest pit stall, and starting with track position is very important," he said. "So, stats show one thing, but you've still got to go runthe race and I feel really good about my Lowe's Chevrolet and I think we'll be in strong, championship-form leaving here." BrianVickers earnedthe outside starting spot on the front row, with Kyle Busch third and JeffBurton in the second row. Dale Earnhardt Jr., returning to the track after missing two races while recovering from concussions, qualified 20th. Also on Friday:

Neff tops FunnyCar qualifying LAS VEGAS — Mike Neff raced to the Funny Car qualifying lead in the Big 0 Tires NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Neff powered his Ford Mustang to a 4.070-second run at 313.73 mph to hold off Cruz Pedregon. Tony Schumacher led the Top Fuel field, Allen Johnson topped the Pro Stock competition, and Eddie Krawiec led in Pro Stock Motorcycle in the fifth event in the six-race NHRA Full T hrottle Countdown to the Championship.




a ras oo wins, eae 0 a -inroun Bulletin staff report MADRAS — De v i n C e c iliani scored three touchdowns, leading Madras to a 28-7 victory over Estacada in a pivotal Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference football game Friday night. Withtheir first home win of the season, the White Buffaloes wrapped up third place in the TVC and clinched a berth in the 4A play-in round next week. "Big win," said M a dras coach Rick Wells. "We're happy to get a win like this for our fans and for our

Varsity girls run along the Deschutes River Trailin Bend during the Class 5A Special District 1 crosscountry meet on Friday.


Photos byJee Kllne /The Bulletin

and Rollins tallied one touchdown apiece, and Wesley Johns added two scores, as Class 4A Ridgeview racked up 397 total yards — 336 on the ground. Josh Gallagher led 5A Summit with 140 yards passing and three touchdowns, but the Storm turned the ball over five times in their fifth straight loss. Ridgeview (6-3) and Summit (2-7) await the final OSAA rankings, which should be set today, to find out their postseason fates. Sisters .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 La Pine ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 SISTERS — Ethan Luloff rushed program." for 306yards and scored five touchAccording to Wells, the White Buf- downs for the host Outlaws in their faloes (3-2 TVC, 4-5 overall) will play home Sky-Em League romp over La on the road next week in the 4A play- Pine. In the final game of the season in round against an opponent to be for both teams, Luloff, a senior rundetermined. ning back, scored on runs of 2, 80, 37 In Friday's game, Madras took and 61 yards, and he raced the final charge early with two long touch- 68 yards of a 75-yard hook-and-laterdowns. First, q u arterback Steele al pass play for the third Sisters touchHaugen connected with Ceciliani for down of the first quarter. Cole Moore a 63-yard score, and later in the first added three touchdowns for the Outperiod, Ceciliani broke off a 53-yard laws (2-3 Sky-Em, 4-5 overall), scortouchdown run for a 14-0 White Buf- ing on a 20-yard pass from Tristen faloes lead. Lewis, a 31-yard run, and a 40-yard Estacada scored its lone touchdown interception return on the final play later in the opening quarter to make of the game. Senior left tackle Mitch it 14-7, and that's where the score Keranen also got to carry the ball stood until Haugen hit Ceciliani with for Sistersand scored a third-quara 7-yard scoring strike in the fourth ter touchdown on a 6-yard run. "We period. Joe Hisatake ran six yards have just a great group of seniors," for another Madras touchdown, and said Outlaws coach Gary H edin. "They did an incredible job this seaDerrickPacheco converted the fourth of his four PAT kicks as the Buffs se- son of being leaders and building our cured the victory. program for next year." Quarterback "We just ran a good, balanced at- Justin Wilson ran 57 yards for one tack tonight," said Wells. "And we touchdown and passed for another were able to stop them when we score for La Pine (0-5, 2-7). needed to." Santiam ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 In other Friday action: Culver.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 FOOTBALL MILL CITY — Tanner Davis and Redmond..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Jack Beeler each recorded touchdown runs for the Bulldogs, but Culver Roosevelt..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 PORTLAND — T h r e e Panther could not overcome a 26-point halfrunning backs rushed for more than a time deficit in its Class 2A Tri-River hundred yards as Redmond wrapped Conference loss. Culver (0-4 TRC. 0-7 up an u ndefeated regular season overall) visits Waldport next Friday with a win on the road. Trevor Hind- in its regular season finale. man led the ground attack for the Hosanna Christian..... . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Panthers (9-0 overall) with 145 yards G ilchrist... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 and two touchdowns. Trevor Genz GILCHRIST — A s e cond-quaradded 137 yards and a rushing TD to ter touchdown pass from Johnny go along with an interception return Heitzman to Trinton Koch and a for a score. Cam Peters had 112 yards two-point conversion kept the host rushing and a touchdown. Redmond Grizzlies in the hunt in the first half, jumped out to an 18-0 lead on runs but Hosanna Christian ran away in by Hindman and Peters sandwiched the second half for the Class IA Spearound a J.D. Abbas field goal and led cial District 2 victory. "We played 28-14 at halftime in rolling to victory. a real good team," said Gilchrist The Panthers, ranked No. 3 in the coach Steve Hall referring to the Class 5A Oregon School Activities Lions from Klamath Falls, who are Association rankings heading into second in the league standings and Friday night, will likely receive one improved to 8-1 overall. "I thought of 5A's eight automatic berths into the our kids played pretty darn good state playoffs. "It was an important and gave it their best shot. It's just game for us in terms of sewing up not enough against a team like that." our playoff position," Redmond coach The Grizzlies (2-6 overall and SD2) Nathan Stanley said. "It was also the close their season next Friday night first time in five or six weeks that we with a nonleague game at Class 2A played outside of Central Oregon, Chiloquin. so that was good for us to win away BOYS SOCCER from home." Redmond awaits a likely Irrigon......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 home game in the state playoffs in C ulver.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 two weeks. IRRIGON — Th e B u lldogs put Ridgeview.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 their fair share of shots on goal, but Summit..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 "nothing was going in," according to Boomer Fleming ran for 172 yards, Culver coach Tom Kirk. The Knights Reece Rollins collected 100 rushing netted three goals in the second half yards, and the visiting Ravens out- to deal the Bulldogs a Class 3A/2A/ scored the host Storm 30-8 in the sec- IA Special District 4 loss. Culver (Iond half to pick up a nonconference 5-1 SD4, 2-7-3 overall) wraps up its win in what was each program's final season with a road matchup against game of the regular season. Fleming Umatilla today.

Storm Continued from 01 "I wanted to go out kind of hard but not too hard in the beginning, just try to maintain a constant pace throughout the r ace," McDonald said. "This was one of my season goals, winning districts. I'm really


The Storm girls, four-time defending state champions, racked up 33 points to earn first-place honors in the five-team district field. Sage Hassell and Rylie Nikolaus took fourth and fifth, respectively, to help Mountain View lock down the second spot as a team with 52 points. Cougar coach Don Stearns knew it would be a "knock-down, drag-out race," but he said his team was ready. "Our girls just came to r ace," Stearns said. "They really established themselves early in the race. They got themselves up high, and I think mentally, that gave them confidence that they were going to be able to finish as a team high. They did. I'm glad they were as aggressive as they were." Bend High's Jenna Mattox qualified for state as an individual, placing third in 19:33.9, as the Lava Bears finished third as a team with 60 points. Redmond came in fifth with 134 points, led by Tefna MitchellHoegh's eighth-place performance. For the Summit boys, who are looking to repeat as state champs, Neuman and teammates Eric Alldritt and Matthew Maton followed a system thathas proven successful for them so far this season. The trio crossed the finish line in order — Neuman, Alldritt, Matonwith first and third places separated by a mere six-tenths of a second. "I think we've gotten used to running with each other," Neuman said. "It definitely helps in races like this.

Cougs Continued from 01 Bend quarterback Jonah Koski passed for 229 yards and two touchdowns, but he completed just 16 of his 36 attempts. "We just got beat," said Lava Bear coach Matt Craven, whose team will likely still advance to the play-in round despite the defeat. "We've got to playbetter defense. We had some drives (on offense), but couldn't finish. The biggest thing, though, is we've got to make more stops.... We got beat up front. When that hap-

pens, it's going to be a long night." Mountain View rolled early and often in a game that both teams hoped to use as a springboard for the postseason. Ayers put the Cougars ahead 14-0 as he scored on Mountain View's first two possessions. Bend looked like it m i ght


rf ,, From left, Summit varsity boysMatthew Maton, Eric Alldritt and Travis Neuman run the final stretch to the finish line together during the Class 5A Special District 1 cross-country championship meet on Friday near the Deschutes River Trail in Bend. It's awesome to have teammates to run with. We push each other and m ake eachother better." Neuman, Alldritt and Maton — a group that Maton described as "the best trainingpartners you could get" — directed the Storm to 18 points to grab the top spot as a team, and Mountain View took second thanks to fourth- and sixth-place showings by DakotaThornton and Sam King, respectively. "Summit is the best 5A program. There's no doubt about it," Stearns said. "To know that we're not too far behind them gives us confidence that when we go to state, we'll be able to compete with all those other teams. It's not out of the question that both of those teams (girls and

boys) can get up on the podium and bring home a trophy. That's what we'd like to do." In the boys team standings, Bend came in third with 91 points — high-

keep pace with the Cougars in the second quarter when Koski connected with Justin Wetzell on an 11yard touchdown pass, making the score 14-8 after the Bears added the two-point conversion. Bend failed to stop Mountain View on its next two possessions, though, and the Cougars scoredtwo more times before the end ofthe quarter — John Carroll hauled in a 29-yard touchdown pass from Toby Webb and Ayers punched into the end zone from 15 yards out — to stake a 28-8 advantage at halftime. When Ayers opened the third quarter with his long touchdown run, the game was all but decided. For the night, Webb completed nine of 15 passes for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Carroll, who entered thegame as 5A's leading receiver in yards, caught five passes for 116 yards and one score.

lighted by C od y M a guire, w ho took 15th — while Oliver Gunther's ninth-place finish led Redmond to fourth place with 106 points. The district race was staged for the first time on parts of the Deschutes River Trail, a popular running area flanking a stretch of the Deschutes River. The state championships now await Summit and Mountain View. Preparations will get under way in the coming week, but for the time being, the Storm will savor a district title, according to McLatchie. "It's a steppingstone for the season to get to state," Neuman said. "I think today, we definitely proved that we're going to be a team to contend with at state. Hopefully, we can do what we did today, come in top three (individually) and get our team back to the top podium position." — Reporter: 541-383-0305, glucas®

"We talked at h a lftime about putting the nail in the coffin," Ayers said. "Bend's a good team. They came back againstRedmond. But yeah, that run felt like the final nail." Senior linemen Chad Bach and Chadd Taulai were the backbone of Mountain View's defense against the Bears. Bach, a 6-foot-4-inch, 260pound Division I recruit, ended the game with six tackles, a sack and a tipped pass. Taulai finished the night with a team-high seven tackles, four of which were unassisted. "We've challenged ourselves all season playing good football teams," Crum said. "But this is the first time all season we've beaten a good football team.... This is huge for us to gain some confidenceand momentum forthe restofthe season." — Reporter: 541-383-0305,

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(Sco/ingsummarynol available) Friday's Statewide Scores /tdrian 66Ha/per/Httntington18 Amity 35,Gervais7 Ashland 27, Eagle Point14 Banks55,Tillamook24 Brookings-Harbo/37,SouthUmpqtta 20 Camas Valley 86,TriadSchool 20 Canby35, Clackamas28 Cascade 55,Taft 38

Cascade Christian 61, RogueRiver0 Central42,Newport 7 CentralCatholic68, Centennial 28 Central Linn70, Regis 30 Century34, McMinnvi le7 Crescent Valley40,Woodburn 0 DaysCreek54, Butte Fals 24 Dayton21, Wilamina12

Dayville/Monttment 56, Mitchell-Spray8 Douglas 47, Stttherlin19 Dulur 60,Condon/Wheeer22 Echo62,Arlington 22 Elkton52,NorthLake0 Elmira35,Junction City7 Gladstone 31, North Marion13 Glide 56,Bandon6

Gold Beach 26, Cotuille 20 Grant50,Lincoln 37 GrantUnion21, Stanfield20 Gresham 44, David Douglas20 Harrisburg28, Creswell 21 Heppner56, Pilot Rock21 Hermiston28, Pendleton13 HoodRiver43, TheDales-Wahtonka 0 Jetferson22,Benson14 Jesuit 65,Beaverton36 Jewell 42,Falls City12 JordanValley50, Crane26 Klamath49, Mazama0 Knappa31 PortlandChristian21 La Salle52, Molalla 12 Lakeview26,Bonanza12 Lebanon58,Dalas35 Lost River21,llinois Valley7 Madison25, Franklin 0 Marist 56,NorthEugene13 Milwaukie48, St.Helens7 Newberg71, Hllsboro28 North Bend34,Siuslaw20 NorthValley49,HiddenValley 7 Oaklan d42,Oakridge0 Ontario34,McLoughlin 27 Pa/krose29 Libe/ty14

Philomath60, Stayton14 Prospect60, Powers36 Reedsport52 Myrtle Point 16 Reynolds28,Barlow21 Roseburg42,North Medfo/d 8 SalemAcademy28,PleasantHi I14 SantiamChristian54,Toledo6 Scappoose 57,Astoria 6 Scio 45,BlanchetCatholic 12 Sheldon62,GrantsPass7 Sherwood 63,Putnam14 Silverton48, SouthAlbany7 SouthMedford27,Crater 7 SouthSalem39,North Salem20

Sprague 63 McKay14

Springfield42,Churchill 17 St. Paul50, PortlandLutheran28 Sunset 38,Westview 32

SweetHome42, CottageGrove34 Thurslon21,SouthEugene7 Tlgard48,ForestGrove14 Tttalatin 30,Glencoe7 Union 42,lone22 Vale 21,Bti/ns14

WestAlbany38, Corvallis13 West Linn35, Lake/idge13 WestSalem24, McNary20 Weston-McEwen 47, Irrigon 26 Willamette 35, Marshtield 6 Wilson43,Cleveland18 Wilsonville52,Sandy30

18:30.6; 25,PeterSchwarz, 18:35.7; 30,Louis McCoy, 18:59.6. REDMOND(106) — 9, Gunther, 17:13.3; 21, MemoDelator/e, 18:24.6;22, Daniel Thomas, 18:30; 26,ConorSmith,18:4t4;28,JoeyDonohue,18:49.5; 31, AlecCarter,19:00; 32,QuintenJohnson,19:OZZ ASHLAND (133) —20, LarsFerguson-Rockwell, 1818.8, 24, JannikEhret, 18.35.5;27, Kelly Honsinger,18:468;29, LouieSnowden,18:55.4; 33,Jacob Latt /ance-thorpe,19 059;34,JamesEdson,19333.

GIRLS Team scores —Summit 33, MountainView52, Bend60,Ashland101, Redmond134. Overall winner — Piper McDonaldSummi , t, Cross-country 19 00.3, Top 10 —1,McDonald, Summit,1900 3. 2, HanCLASS 5A nahGindlesperger,Summit,19:16.3. 3, JennaMattox, Bend, 19:33.9. 4, SageHassell, Mountain View, SPECIALDISTRICT1 CHAMPIONSHIPS 19:38.4. 5,RylieNikolaus,MountainView,19:38.7. 6, Bit/erbettd Park, Bend MelissaHttbler,Bend,19:48.5. 7, MadisonLeapaldt, 5,000 meters Mountain View,19:50.8 8, TefnaMitchell-Hoegh, Redmond,20 07.9, JessicaCornett, Summit,20:15.6. BOYS 10, Madison Walker, Summit, 20:27.6. Team scores —Summit18, MountainView43 SUMMIT (33) — 1, McDonald, 19:00.3, 2, Bend91,Redmond106, Ashland133. Gindlestterger,19:16.3; 9, Cornett, 20:15.6; 10,WalkOverall winner — Travis Neum an, Summit, er, 20:27.6;11,TessNelson, 20:31.3; 12,t/eronique 16;29.1. Top 10 — 1,Neuman, Summit, 16:29.1. 2,Eric Calmels,20339; 17,HadleySchoderbek,21:057. MOUNTAIN VIEW(52) —4, Hassell,19:3B.4; 5, Alld/itt, Summit16:29.4. , 3,MatthewMaton, 16:29.7. 4, DakotaThornton, MountainView,16:49. 5, Luke Niolaus,19:38.7;7, Leapaldt, 19:50.8;15, TiaHaton, Hinz, Summit,16:54.4. 6,SamKing, MountainView, 20:53.7; 21,Ellie Rolh,21:21.2; 22, KierstenHatton, 17:02. 7, JamesBowlin, Summit, 17:07.2 B, Alex 21:33.2;28,JennaHenninger, 22:04.4. Martin, Summ it, 17:07.4.9, OliverGunther, Redmond, BEND (60) — 3, Mattox, 19:33.9; 6, Hubler, 19:48.5;14,McKenzie Bell, 2049.3; 18,Sophie An17:13.3.10,MattShiling, MountainView,17:15.7. drews, 21:15.2;19,HannahAnderson, 21:16.1; 20, SUMMIT (18) — 1,Neuman,Summit, 16:29.1, 2, Alldritt, 16:29.4; 3, Maton, 16:29.7; 5, Hinz, AshleyBruce,21:21;26, RyleeKing, 21.49.3. ASHLAND (101) — 13, MeganGanim,20:35.4; 16:54.4, 7, Bowlin, t/:07.2; 8, Martin, 17.07.4; 13, 16, MadelineChaves,21:03.5; 23, SaraDunagan, TylerJones,17:25.1. MOUNTAINVIEW(43) —4,Thornton,16:49; 6, 21:36.6; 24, QuinnBlackwolf, 21:42; 25, Christine King, 17:02;10,Shiling, 17:15.7;11,DalenGardner, Impara,21:48.1;27, Emm a Parker, 2t:49.7; 29, Kia 17:2Z9; 12,GabeWyllie, 17:23.3; 14, ImranWoltenPar/ish-Haim,22:10.8. den,17:35.3;17 AdiWoifenden,17579. REDMOND (134) — 8, Mitchell-Hoegh,20:0/; BEND (91) — 15,CodyMagttire, 1740.3; 16, 30,Kylee Johnson,22:5t9;31, Makenna Conley, Caleb Hoffmann,17:46; 18,CaseyCollier, 18:OZ4, 23:43. 4;32,Richee Stevens,24:40.5;33,Danielle 19, Nicolai Spring, 18:14.1; 23, Jacob Fillmore, Skranak,24:4Z2;34, MlchaelaWolff, 28:08.




No. 20regonnotoveroo ing Coora o By Anne M. Peterson

But on the surface, it certainly does not look good for EUGENE — Oregon's Av- Colorado this a fternoon at ery Patterson was incredulous Autzen Stadium. when asked about the highly Oregon has won 10 straight ranked Ducks looking beyond games, second only to A l aColorado today and toward bama with 11 straight. The USC next weekend. Ducks have scored at least 42 The Ducks' junior safety points in each of those wins. echoed coach Chip K elly's Oregon is r a nked eighth insistence that every game is nationally in total offense, ava Super Bowl for undefeated eraging 529.6 yards. The team Oregon. is second nationally with an "Why wouldn't you want average of 51 points per game. your next game to be your While their speedy spread best game'? Why w o uldn't offense gets the most attenyou want to improve? Why tion, the Ducks' defense also wouldn't you want to do as has been confounding oppobest as you can'?" Patterson nents. Oregon is allowing foes asked. just 20.1 points per game, and Both Kelly and Colorado about 366.7 total yards. coach Jon Embree are keepOregon is famous for heaving their teams focused on the i ly rotating players in a n d immediate future for differ- out on defense, quickly tiring ent reasons. Oregon (7-0, 4-0 opponents. This season, the Pac-12) is angling for another Ducks have usually built such national championship bid, a lead at the half that the startwhile the Buffaloes (1-6, 1-3) ers are given the rest of the are trying to remain positive game off. "I think the thing that is against a high-profile opponent in the midst of a disap- the most i m pressive about pointing season. Oregon, after watching all of "We're determined, we're their games, is their defense," not giving up. A lot of people Embree said. "I think their may talk bad about us, just defense is outstanding. They because of our record," Colo- have a tremendous personrado freshman tight end Vin- nel. Their linebackers have cent Hobbs said. "Our record great size and range. They doesn't speak for us, we think. all can run. They are violent We know what we're doing, when they tackle you. I told we know our game plan. We our guys, they tackle through k now we're going to w o r k you, their secondary are ballhard." hawks, so if you are not accuThe Associated Press

rate, it is going to be an interception. We have to do well as far as protecting the ball." Colorado's overall defense is ranked 112th nationally, allowing an average of 489

AP Top 25, in the BCS stand-

yards per game. The Buffs


are allowing 42.6 points per game, and they have given up at least 50 points in back-toback games for the first time since 1962. C olorado has l ost t h r ee straight games after their lone victory of the season, a 3534 squeaker at Washington State. The Buffaloes are coming off a 50-6 loss to USC. Embree said that for now he is sticking with junior quarterback Jordan Webb, who threw three interceptions against the Trojans and was replaced by Connor Woods. Webb, who transferred from Kansas, has passed for 1,351 yards this season, with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions. "We have a great opportunitythis week, we could shock the college football w o rld, that's how we have to look at it," Webb said. "The season hasn't gone as planned, but we still have opportunities to have some great wins."

"I kind of try to keep football where the football facility is," Clay said. "Even my parents, my dad tried talking football and I changed the topic. He knows he's not allowed to talk to me about football when I'm

ings they have dropped a spot to No. 4 this week. Linebacker Michael Clay said the Ducks, at least the older ones, never speak about

not playing." A victory against USC (currently No. 10 AP) would go a long way toward proving

Oregon is worthy of higher standing. The Nov. 3 game at the Los Angeles Coliseum has been touted by many as the most important Pac-12 game of the season — or at least a preview of theconference

championship game. Last year the then-No. 18 Trojans came to Eugene and beat the Ducks 38-35, dropping Oregon from No. 4 to No. 9 in the polls and effectively dashing any Duck hopes for a national title bid. USC re-

mains one of Oregon's prima-

ry threats again this season. But first the Ducks need to Oregon players say they do take care of Colorado. "We take every game like not have a chip on their shoulder about the BCS standings, a rivalry game," Oregon redalthough it is apparent on so- shirt freshman quarterback cial media that many of their Marcus Mariota said. "Coach fans do. W h ile th e D u cks Kelly always says that and have remained at No. 2 in the this week is no different."

Oregon Continued from D1 "When we turned it over on downs, I went over and that is when he collapsed and that is when I knew something was bad," Embree added. After losing consciousness on the sidelines, Reinhardt was taken to a Eugene hospitalwhere doctors discovered he had a blood clot in his brain. Reinhardt under-


went emergency surgery and spent some three months in a coma. The neurosurgeon who rushed to Reinhardt's aid on the sidelines and eventually performed the surgery was an Oregon season-ticket holder. Reinhardt's family was never given much hope for his recovery. But the 19year-old tight end overcame the odds. Now 47, Reinhardt remains paralyzed on his right side. He walks with a limp, and he speaks mostly in short sentences — but that is something no one ever expected him to be able to do. He travels the country with his father, Ed Reinhardt Sr., passing along his inspirational story. This summer, Reinhardt was asked by the Denver Post if he thought he was a miracle. When he said he didn't know, his dad stepped in: "We think so. We believe it." He is still a big fan of the Buffaloes, and especially of Embree, his former roommate on road trips. The feeling is mutual, Embree said. "Ed's a huge reason, a huge part of why I am, what I am today," Embree said. "He was the guy that always drove me. He was the guy I always competed against. I knew that if I wanted to be all-league or all-state or whatever, that was the guy I was going to have to beat out. So every time, no matter what I did, running in the summer, lifting or whatever, he was the guy I was thinking about." Reinhardt has been back to Eugene on a few occasions since that fateful game. His younger brother, Matt, played for the

OSU Continued from D1 "Obviously we f eel g reat about our quarterback situation, it's just a tough decision to make," Riley added. W ith M a n nion b ac k i n charge, the No. 7 Beavers (60, 4-0 Pac-12) will be in Seattle tonight to face slumping Washington (3-4, 1-3), with Oregon State seeking the first 7-0 start in school history. Whether it was the Oregon Agricultural College or any other previous versions of the school's name, Oregon State has never won itsfirst seven games to begin the season. And considering the low expectations for t h e B e avers coming into this season, a win over Washington would cap a stretch of success that no one outside of Corvallis could have anticipated. "This is truly a team and they encourage one another," Riley said. "People like (Jor-

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San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong warms up during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Friday. The Giants are scheduled to play the Detroit Tigers in Game 3 of the World Series tonight in Detroit.

Vogelsong Continued from D1

The promising prospect later underwent elbow ligament replacement surgery,

failed in the big leagues, bounced out of the minors, had mixed results in Japan, t hen struggled w i t h t h e Phillies' and Angels' minorleague affiliates and at age

33 figured his career might be over. One last c hance came a year ago from the most unlikely team: the defending World Series champion Giants. Vogelsong, now 35, didn't make the club out of spring training. He went back to riding buses and staying in motels for Triple-A Fresno, not an easy decision with his wife, Nicole, and son, Ryder, then 20 months old, left to share the burden. While Vogelsong was sitting in the stands at a game in Las Vegas charting pitches between starts, his manager askedfor his cellphone number. Barry Zito had been placed on the disabled list with a sprained right foot and the Giants were looking for a replacement. Sure enough, just before Vogelsong boarded the bus, his phone rang. Giants vice president Bobby Evans was on the other end with news that set Vogelsong on a path to this World Series: he was h eading back t o t h e b i g leagues to make a fill-in start for San Francisco against — who else? — the Pirates. He held th e P i rates to four hits and two r uns in 5 '/s innings for his first major league victory in almost five years. "I just believe that God had a plan for me this whole time," Vogelsong said. "I feel like all the stuff that I went

through — going to Japan and going to winter ball at 33 Karl Gehrlng/The Denver Post

Ed Reinhardt gets an assist from his father, Ed, at their home in Denver in July. Reinhardt, a former tight end for Colorado, suffered a brain injury in 1984 during an NCAA college football game against Oregon. Ducks as a tight end in the early 1990s and was with the team that went to the Rose Bowl in 1995. With f r iend Embree as C olorado's coach, and now that the team has joined the Pac-12 Conference, Reinhardt and his father decided today's game would be a good time for a return trip. Colorado (1-6, 1-3 Pac-12) faces a tough challenge in No.

2 Oregon (7-0, 4-0). The Ducks will honor Reinhardt with a

it was discovered in the days after that he had a minor knee injury that would require surgery. Before the injury, Mannion was among the most impressive quarterbacks in the Pac-12, throwing for seven touchdowns in f ou r g a mes and averaging more than 339

yards per game passing.

With M a nnion s idelined, Vaz stepped in and more than held his own. It w a s Vaz's passing that led the Beavers to a 42-24 win at BYU, then last week Oregon State relied on its defense in a 21-7 home win over Utah. The victory over Utah assured that the Beavers would be going to a bowl game for the first time since 2009, when Oregon State went 8-5 and played in the Las Vegas Bowl. But these Beavers do not want their season defined by a 6-0 start. "I don't think anybody's satisfied with being 6-0," Oregon State receiver Kevin C u mdan) Poyer, (Markus) Whea- mings said. "It's good, but noton and Andrew Seumalo cre- body's satisfied." T he Beavers' a b ility t o atedthatenergy as the season went on." reach 7-0 may hinge on how Mannion has no t p l ayed well they can control the line since Oct. 6 against Washing- of scrimmage tonight on both ton State. He played the entire sides of the ball. Washington's game against the Cougars, but offensive line has been deci-

pregame ceremony. "That program has always held a unique place in my heart, just because of what they did for him and his family, and it will be good for him to be back there and be around those people," Embree said. "I think they have tremendous fans and that is why I think it is a hard place to play. They are classy, they are respectful. It is just a unique environment, but they have always been like that."

diminish in what's going on around him," Sarkisian said. "But I believe in the way I coach that position. I believe in Keith's ability to play that position. And we'll get it back. I just want to get it back sooner rather than later." While not the most important individual matchups, the battles between Washington wide receiver Kasen Williams and Oregon State cornerback Jordan Poyer, and O r egon Statereceiver Markus Wheaton and Washington cornerback Desmond Trufant, will feature four of the best skillposition players in the conference. Williams is looking to match his breakout game in the Huskies' upset of Stanford last month when he had 10 catches for 129 yards and the winning touchdown, but he will likely be matched with Poyer, who already has six interceptions. many touchdowns (eight) as On the other side, Wheaton interceptions this year. has at least 85 yards receivW ashington i s t r y in g t o ing in five of the Beavers' six avoid its first four-game los- games, but he has not topped ing streak since 2009 and has 100 yards since catching 10 been outscored 128-52 the past passes for 166 yards a month three weeks. ago against Arizona. "I think we've dealt with "Being 6-0 is tremendous, some things on our roster man," Wheaton said. "Our this year that could have po- hard work is paying off, I will tentially started that trust to say that." mated by injuries and quarterback Keith Price continued to struggle last week at Arizona where he c ommitted three turnovers, raising his total to 10 over the past three games. Because of the injuries to the offensive line, Price has found himself running for safety for much of the season — and now comes an Oregon State defense that has 16 sacks, including eight by Scott Crichton. P rice's struggles i n l a s t week's 52-17 loss at Arizona had Washington coach Steve Sarkisian questioning whether hisquarterback was truly trusting the calls that were coming in from the sideline. Repairing Price's trust was one of Sarkisian's tasks this week in the hopes of bringing out the dynamic quarterback who passed for 33 touchdowns a season ago but who enters tonight's game with just as

WorldSeries Game 2draws record-lowrating NEW YORK — The Giants' shutout of the Detroit Tigers drew a record-low television rating for Game 2 of the World Series. San Francisco's 2-0 win Thursday night on Fox

earned a7.8fast national rating and 12 share, down 12 percentfrom last

year's St. Louis CardinalsTexas Rangers matchup. The previous low was an 8.1 for the 2008 Philadelphia Phillies-

Tampa BayRaysseries. — The Associated Press

fans chanting "Vogey! Vogey!" Iouder than they ever had in his Game 6 victory in the NL championship series against St. Louis starting in the California twilight. "He pitches with conviction," reliever Jeremy Affeldt sa>d. Vogelsong earned All-Star honors last season and was the NL ERA leader as late as Aug. 12 at 2.27 this year. His last 10 regular-season starts lifted that figure to 3.37, but just like Vogelsong had so many times before, he rallied. V ogelsong became t h e first Giants starter to complete at least six innings this postseason when he allowed four hits over seven innings in a 7-1 victory in Game 2 of the NL championship series against St. Louis. Then he struckout a career-best nine on his biggest stage yet, allowing only four hits and one run in San Francisco's 6-1 win in Game 6. "He's throwing the ball as well as anybody on the staff," said Giants manager Bruce Bochy, who had no problem

years old, and getting back putting Vogelsong in line for here last year, is stuff that He was doing for me to get me preparedforthis moment." Now Vogelsong is living in one of America'smost scenic cities amid a reshaped reality. No more eating fish guts as he did to bond with Japanese teammates. Instead, he's spraying sparkling wine from Napa Valley with the rest of his Giants teammates after every series victory. The minors are long behind him, and so is the silence at the end of some starts in Japan. The San Francisco sunsetshave held some ofhis most shining moments, with

a Game 7 start. With San Francisco winning 8-3 and 2-0 in the first two games, Vogelsong has a chance tohelp end the series far sooner. He earned himself a shot to be the latest Giants pitcher to shut down Triple Crown winner M i g ue l C a b rera, slugger Prince Fielder and the hard-hitting Tigers. " It's great t o b e h e r e with everything I've been through, but I've got to pitch my next game," Vogelsong said. "The two startsbefore really mean nothing right now. It's about pitching the game on Saturday."

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The w elcoming c o mmittee for Joe Vitt as he returns from his six-game suspension to again be the Saints' interim coach consists of Peyton Manning and the revitalized Broncos. Maybe Vitt wants to stay away another week. New Orleans chose Vitt to stand in for Sean Payton while the head coach is banned for the 2012 season for his role in the team's bounties program. Aaron Kromer then was the i nterim-interim c o ach a n d the Saints lost their first four before rebounding with two victories. "Real tough," Vitt said of sitting out the first six games. "I mean, listen, this is all I've ever done for 44 years between high school and prep school

physical defense. The Cardinals are the only team in the league not to allow more than 21points. Of course, they're not likely to score that many against t h e N i n ers, whose 100 points given up are the fewest for any club that's played seven games.

Denver QBPeyton Manning and

and five years of college and 34 years in the league; it wasn't a very easy transition. It was tough sitting back and watching our team play Sunday and it was tough not being around the guys, it was tough not seeing Sean. "And I'm happy to be back now." H aving Vit t b a c k m i g ht add some continuity for New

Orleans. Facing M anning and Denver might add some headaches. " With Peyton, th e t h i n g that's unbelievable is w h at he's been through physically and what he's had to endure physically and now he's coming back and he's putting up historic numbers," Vitt said. "I mean, in the last three games, he's averaged 300 yards, three touchdowns and a 70 percent completion percentage. The way he's playing in the second half, the way they're outscoring their opponents in the fourth quarter is historic." If no t h i storic, certainly impressive. Denver has gone through a gantlet in the early season and survived with a 3-3 record.The defeats areto three of the league's premier teams: Atlanta, Houston and N ew England, two on the road. Now is the time for the Broncos to take charge in the AFC West, but they figure to need plenty of points against the Saints. Manning would love to oblige against his hometown team. "Yeah," he said. "It's such an important game just for our team, and I think you're play-

ing on Sunday night in prime time and that's special. But it's

coming off of a bye, it's a pivotal game, we're in that second quarter of the season and have two games left in this quarter, so they're all important. "But I think for the reasons that are obvious, it's a game against a really good team, a team that's hot, a team that their record and statistics and all those are very misleading. It's a big-time football team that knows how to win." Also Sunday, it's New England vs. St. Louis in London; Atlanta at Philadelphia; Carolina at Chicago; the New York Giants at Dallas; Washington at Pittsburgh; Jacksonville at Green Bay; Seattle at Detroit; Indianapolis at Tennessee; Miami at the New York Jets; San Diego at Cleveland; and Oakland at Kansas City. San Francisco is at Arizona on Monday night. The action began Thursday

night with Tampa Bay (3-4) beating Minnesota (5-3). Off this week are Baltimore

(5-2), Buffalo (3-4), Cincinnati (3-4) and Houston (6-1). New England(4-3) vs. St. Louis (3-4) at London:The Rams have played well at home, so shifting this game 4,000 miles away isn't a particularly good idea. But at least they went over to England early; the Patriots decided not to depart until week's end. New England coach Bill Belichick won't let his players think about anything but football — American football, not soccer — when they get over there. "The time change, the travel

see (3-4): Two i n consistent teams with i m proving outlooks, particularly the Titans, whose offensehas come alive the past two weeks with Matt

Hasselbeck in for injured QB

Jake Locker, and r u n ning back Chris Johnson finally finding his way. But Tennessee's defense has struggled: it has only nine sacks, ranks Washington (3-4) at Pitts- 30th in yards surrendered and burgh (3-3): F or f a ns i n t o has just seven takeaways. But the Colts have forced quarterbacks who keep plays alive, this is the game. Sensa- only three turnovers, dropping tional Redskins rookie Rob- them to minus-9 in turnover ert Griffiin III put on quite a margin. Still, they've beaten show in the Meadowlands last Minnesota and Green Bay, alSunday with his speed and beit at home; Indy is 0-2 on the shiftiness — not to mention a road. strong and pinpoint arm. Ben Miami (3-3) at New York Jets Roethlisberger does it with his (3-4): The Dolphins probably strength and power. should have beaten the Jets in Both banged-up defenses Week 3, with usually reliable Lenny Ignelzi /The Associated Press are vulnerable to such exDan Carpenter missing some the Broncos get ready to take on New Orleans on Sunday. ploits, especially Washington's makable field goals. Since if LB London Fletcher's 231- throwing tw o i n t erceptions game streak ends because of at Arizona on Sept. 30, Ryan — that's certainly different Chris Gamble to season-end- hamstring and balance issues. T annehill has none in t w o than most n ormal g ames," ing injuries. They've dropped Fletcher hasn't missed a game games. He has a quarterback Belichick said, "but it's not four in a row. since entering the league as rating of at least 91.0 in each anything we haven't dealt with C hicago ha s w o n fo u r an undrafted rookie with the game during that span, with before. We've traveled to the straight, allowing a total of Rams in 1998. Miami winning twice. West Coast. We're just going 34 points. These Monsters Jacksonville (1-5) at Green The Jets have not swept Mithe other direction. Hopefully, of the Midway are led by the Bay (4-3): This is a t ough ami in Rex Ryan's three-plus we'll be able to deal with it." secondary, where Charles Till- e nough assignment for t h e years as their coach. They Atlanta (6-0) at Philadelphia man, Tim Jennings and Major reeling Jaguars with Maurice come off a painful overtime Jones-Drew on h and. M JD defeat at New England, when (3-3): One of the more impres- Wright have been superb. "He's an excellent football won't be at Lambeau Field, they got too conservative late sive stats in the NFL is Andy Reid's record after bye weeks: player," coach Lovie Smith sidelined for several weeks in regulation. If that loss linD-0. Stretching that will be said of Tillman. "He does so with a sprained left foot. gers, another could be on the difficult against the league's much and you see it time after Green Bay has its offense way at the Meadowlands. only unbeaten team. in form after some sloppiness, San Diego (3-3) at Clevetime." Reid fired defensive coordiNew York Giants (5-2) at Dal- but will be without defensive land (1-6): After that debacle nator Juan Castillo after the las (3-3):Ah, home sweet home leader Charles Woodson in the at home against Denver in Eagles' last game, so Todd — for the Giants, who are 3-0 secondary. Woodson broke his which they blew a 24-0 lead, Bowles gets to design some- in Cowboys Stadium. right collarbone. the Chargers had two weeks "He's a guy people have to to lick their wounds and find "Certainly you want to prothing to slow Matt Ryan, Tony Gonzalez and an offense that tect your home-field advan- account for every time," Aaron some solutions. A key will be if makes big plays. tage and certainly play well at Rodgers said. "I know if I was they canimprove that ragged "Inthisbusinessyou'regrad- home," Cowboys coach Jason playing our defense, I would pass defense; they're already ed on performance whether Garrett, said, "but you want want to know where he's at, stingy against the run. you're a player, whether you're to play well on the road, you whether he was at the high Cleveland has stayed close in a coach, head coach, assistant, want to play well in the park- safety or whether he was down most of its games, but also has in the slot or whether he was lost four in a row and nine of it doesn't matter," said Reid, ing lot, you want to play well who has been under fire by on the moon. Our players hear coming on a pressure. He gets the past 11 against San Diego. critics who point to Philly's un- me say that a lot. It will be a a lot of hits on the football." Oakland (2-4) at Kansas City derachieving nature. "You're great challenge for us at our Seattle (4-3) at Detroit (2-4): (1-5): Once among the fiercgraded on performance." place on Sunday against this The Lions are on a short week est and most anticipated riThe Falcons' performance football team." after their offense was invisible valries, Raiders-Chiefs has Particularly w i thout l i nehas been t heir b est e v er; Monday night in Chicago. The become barely watchable. At they've never been undefeated backer Sean Lee, who was de- Seahawks haven't played since least Oakland has the excuse this deep into a season. veloping into a star but is gone Oct. 18, when they did little of going through a transition Carolina (1-5) at Chicago (5- for the season with a right toe with the ball at San Francisco. period, and it comes off an up1): Everything is going right injury. Seattle has won the past lifting comeback victory. That for the Bears and wrong for New York found a pass rush three in the series, and could the Raiders fell behind so badthe Panthers. against Washington, although make the day miserable for ly against weak Jacksonville Two days after Carolina's it still was spotty. And if this Detroit's offense if it can't find is another story. general manager was fired, one is close near the end, count a running game. Plus, Lions One thing the Chiefs can star linebacker Jon Beason on Eli Manning to produce. QB Matthew Stafford has five do is run the ball with Jamaal went on injured reserve with San Francisco (5-2) at Arizo- TD passes and six intercep- Charles. One thing the Raidright knee and left shoulder na (4-3), Monday night:Arizona tions one season after throw- ers can't do, despite having problems that will require sur- has lost three straight, in great ing for 41 TDs with 16 picks. Darren McFadden, is run the gery. 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Weekend Warrior Toy Harley Davidson SoftHauler 28' 2007, Gen, Tail Deluxe 20 0 7 , album) • 33 Mata fuel station, exc cond. 51 Dodgers manager Motorhomes white/cobalt, w / passleeps 8, black/gray before Mattingly 58 Dnller senger kit, Vance & 35 With 24-Across, i nterior, u se d 3X , Hines muffler system bluff 52 Brouhaha $24,999. 59 Safari wheels & kit, 1045 mi., exc. 541-389-9188 co CC Monaco Dynasty 2004, 53 25-Down, c ond, $19,9 9 9 , 36 It ended in the 60 Driller: Abbr. loaded, 3 slides, die541-389-9188. early 1930s informally sel, Reduced - now 62 Champagne Harley Heritage $119,000, 5 4 1-923Fifth Wheels 42 Way too early 55 Like cut greens article Country Coach Intrigue 8572 or 541-749-0037 Softail, 2003 2002, 40' Tag axle. z $5,000+ in extras For answers, call 1-900-285-5656, $1.49 a minute; or, with a credit $2000 paint job, 400hp Cummins Diecard, 1-800-814-5554. 30K mi. 1 owner, sel. tw o s l ide-outs. I (I Annual subscriptions are available for the best of Sunday For more information 4 1,000 m iles, n e w crosswords from the last 50 years: 1-888-7-ACROSS. please call tires & batteries. Most AT&T users: Text NYTX to 386 to download puzzles, or visit L~ 541-385-8090 options.$95,000 OBO for more information. or 209-605-5537 Carri-Lite Luxury 2009 541 -678-571 2 Online subscriptions: Today's puzzle and more than 2,000 past Southwind 35.5' Triton, by Carriage, 4 slidepuzzles, ($39.95 a year). 2008,V10, 2 slides, Duouts, inverter, satelShare tips: HD FAT BOY pont UV coat, 7500 mi. lite sys, fireplace, 2 Crosswords for young solvers: Bought new at 1996 flat screen TVs. $132,913; Completely rebuilt/ $60,000. asking $93,500. customized, low 486 528 541-480-3923 Call 541-419-4212 miles. Accepting ofIndependent Positions Loans & Mortgages P)5Io)REss fers. 541-548-4807 Econoline RV 1 9 8 9, ~ CHECK YOUR AD fully loaded, exc. cond, E ver Consider a R e 35K m i. , R e duced Travel Trailers • Sales verse Mortgage? At HD Screaming Eagle $17,950. 541-546-6133 Electra Glide 2005, Circulation least 62 years old? 103" motor, two tone Stay in your home & Promotions candy teal, new tires, CAN'T BEAT THIS! We are seeking a full increase cash f low! before you Please check your ad Safe & Effective! Call 23K miles, CD player, Look time Sales Rep to buy, below market hydraulic clutch, exon the first day it runs Now for your FREE join our successful vafue! Size & mile288 cellent condition. to make sure it is corDVD! C a l l Now team o f i n d epen528 aqe DOES matter! Highest offer takes it. rect. Sometimes inEstate Sales Sales Southeast Bend dent 888-785-5938. co n t ractors. Loans & Mortgages C1ass A 32' Hurri- Pioneer Spirit 18CK, 541-480-8080. structions over the (PNDC) Must be goal oricane by Four Winds, 2007, used only 4x, AC, McCartin Estate Sale. RANCH, FARM, GAphone are miselectric tongue j ack, ented, mo t i vated, Honda Elite 80 2001, 2007. 12,500 mi, all WARNING LOCAL MONEY:We buy 1671 SW Farewell understood and an error RAGE SALE, Sat. & e nthusiastic, $8995. 541-389-7669 per1400 mi., absolutely amenities, Ford V10, The Bulletin recomsecured trustdeeds 8 can occur in your ad. Drive. Awbrey Butte, Sun. 9 -4 . V a r ious sonable, outgoing, Ithr, cherry, slides, like new., comes w/ mends you use caunote,some hard money ROUADigorgio 1971 Bend. Fri. 10/26 & If this happens to your ranch and farm equip; optimistic and good like new! New low fridge, loans. Call Pat Kellev carrying rack for 2" tion when you proheater, propane ad, please contact us Sat., 10/27, 9-4 Five VW's; 2007 35' with people. Sales price, $54,900. 541-382-3099 ext.13. receiver, ideal for use vide personal & elec. Iights, awning, 2 leather couches, Seneca the first day your ad To y h auler experience is pre541-548-5216 w/motorhome, $995, information to compa- Reverse Mortgages 2 spares, extra insuhide-a-bed, dining set, motorhome, 1 7 , 521 ferred, positive attiappears and we will 541-546-6920 nies offering loans or lation for late season 2 hutches, 3 desks, mi., like new; 2 Sears tude required! Must by local expertMike be happy to fix it Gulistream Sc e n ic credit, especially hunting/cold weather dressers, oak icebox, garden tractors, one have a valid driver's LeRoux NMLs57716 as soon as we can. Cruiser 36 ft. 1999, camping, well maint, those asking for adCall to learn more. leather chaise, lawn- with mower and one If we can assist you, license, insured veSoftail Deluxe Cummins 330 hp die- very roomy, sleeps 5, vance loan fees or 541-350-7839 mower, tools, snow with s no w b l o wer; hicle and cell phone. please call us: 2010, 805 miles, sel, 42K, 1 owner, 13 companies from out of reat f o r hu n t ing, skis, boots and cloth- sickle Securitv1 Lending 541-385-5809 b a r push We offer a complete Black Chameleon. in. kitchen slide out, 3200, 541-410-6561 state. If you have NMLS98161 ing, kitchenware, an- m ower; The Bulletin Classiiie Yam a h a training program, all $17,000 new tires,under cover, concerns or questiques, rugs, books, player piano; numer- tools and s upplies 573 Call Don @ hwy. miles only,4 door tions, we suggest you decor, kitchen items. ous dog crates and Want to impress the needed for success, f ridge/freezer ice consult your attorney Business Opportunities 541-410-3823 Lots of r e ally nice chain link pens; Wind generous commisrelatives? Remodel maker, W/D combo, or call CONSUMER things. Sale given by surfing equip, boards, sion, d a i l y and Interbath tub & HOTLINE, your home with the A Classified ad is an F armhouse Es t a te sails and trailer; one weekly bo n uses, 1-877-877-9392. shower 50 amp proEASY W AY TO help of a professional TURN THE PAGE Sales, 541-610-2770. large 3 5 ' fla t b ed cash incentives and pane gen & m o re~ REACH over 3 million from The Bulletin's trailer; misc. house- unlimited Springdale 2005 27', 4' in c o me BANK TURNED YOU For More Ads 282 $55,000. Pacific Northwesternslide in dining/living area, "Call A Service hold s tuff; s e veral potential. Email reDOWN? Private party 541-948-231 0 The Bulletin ers. $52 5 /25-word Sales Northwest Bend hand carved walking sume t o m i sterta- will loan on real essleeps 6, low mi,$15,000 Professional" Directory c lassified ad i n 3 0 obo. 541-408-3811 s ticks; 6 1795 T e a l tate equity. Credit, no daily newspapers for 865 Garage Sale, Fri.-Mon. Rd., 1/4 mile West of clmaster© problem, good equity 3-days. Call the PaOct. 26-29th, 9-3, The Bulletin ATVs HYW 20 East, off of is all you need. Call cific Northwest Daily 65050 Hwy 20 West. Hunter's Delight! PackBear C r e e k Rd. now. Oregon Land Connection 541-388-2706 (916) Polaris Sportsman 500, age deal! 1988 Win541-389-2636. Mortgage 388-4200. 2 88-6019 o r e m a i l 1999, 1600 hrs, 454 nebago Super Chief, Multi-family Garaqe Sale! 3 8K m i les, g r e at mi., runs great. Fri-Sat-Sun, 10/26-28, 292 for more info (PNDC) shape; 1988 Bronco II 10-5, 65315 78th St, off $2800. 541-595-0246 Fleetwood Wilderness Sales Other Areas 4 x4 t o t o w , 1 3 0 K Springdale 29' 2 0 07, 36', 2005, 4 s l ides, Hwy. 97 at Tumalo Rd. Advertise V A CATION 870 mostly towed miles, slide,Bunkhouse style, rear bdrm, fireplace, SPECIALS to 3 m i lDownsizing/Moving Sale! 286 nice rig! $15,000 both. sleeps 7-8, excellent AC, W/D hkup beaulion P acific N o rth- Boats & Accessories pool table, condition, $ 1 6 ,900, 541-382-3964, leave Sales Northeast Bend Collectibles, Oak dining set, enterwesterners! 30 daily tiful u nit! $ 3 0,500. 541-390-2504 msg. newspapers, six 13' Smokercraft '85, 541-815-2380 tainment center, houseBRAVE THE COLD! hold goods, more! Oct states. 25-word clas- good cond., 15HP 63575 Overtree Rd. 26-27, 9am-4pm, 14591 sified $525 for a 3-day gas Evinrude + SOLD!! ~ t~a Sat. & Sun. 8-4. (off Bluegrass Loop (Crossa d. Ca l l (916) Minnkota 44 elec. Deschutes Market) roads), in Sisters. 2 88-6019 o r vis i t PRINTER 36' "You canstop the ad, motor, fish finder, 2 Estate/Moving Sale - 31/2finally gotit so/d. /t took a 2005, $10,500 obo. Huge Moving Sale! ising pndc.cfm for the extra seats, trailer, car garage full, inside the fet/trmonths, but found a Two slides, sleeps 5 K omfort 25' 2 0 06, 1 house as well! Tools, Tools, furniture & more. Pacific Nor t hwest extra equip. $3200. buyer - ad the important queen air mattress, slide, AC, TV, awning. 16213 Mtn. Sheep Lane, small sgl. bed, couch antique glass, ATVs, ski Daily Con n ection. 541-388-9270 thing is ..... it's gone! NEW: tires, converter, folds out. 1.5 baths, equip, furn, appls, very Sunriver. Oct. 26-27; (PNDC) The Wheel Deal 'run until batteries. Hardly used. Dg R .. Fri. 9-3, & Sat., 9-noon. ~ reasonable prices, all 1984 Chris Craft se//s package' really $15,500. 541-923-2595 Extreme Value Adver- 17' must go! F ri-Sat-Sun, he/ped!" tising! 30 Daily news- - Scorpion, 140 HP Oct 26-28 9-6, 63070 MOVING SALE Thurs, Doug R. Fri, Sat. 9-4 Housepapers $525/25-word inboard/outboard, 2 Cole Rd. off Butler Mkt. hold items, furniture, classified, 3-d a y s. depth finders, trollEverything but the ing motor, full cover, Want Results from qualified tools, patio Reach 3 million Pakitchen sink -again! New garden local buyers? freezer, area rug, cific Northwesterners. EZ - L oad t railer, items + goods galore for set, $3500 OBO. Call usat 541-385-5809 and ask storage racks, bakers For more information 541-382-3728. crafters 8 sewers! about our Wheel Deal special! MONTANA 3585 2008, call (916) 288-6019 or 9-3 Sat., 912 NE Revere rack. 55846 W o od exc. cond., 3 slides, Duck, off Century Dr. email: Furn. & Hou s ehold king bed, Irg LR, Arc17' Seaswirl 1988 items. Fri., & Sat, 8-4. tic insulation, all opfor the Pacific NorthHave an item to 1188 NE 27th St. ¹70, west Daily Connecopen bow, r ebuilt tions $37,500. www.beudb u l l e 0 i r Snowberry Village. sell quick? Chev V 6 e n g ine, 541-420-3250 tion. (PNDC) new uph o lstery, If it's under 288 SOCIAL SE C U RITY $3900 obo. Bend. D ISABILITY BEN - 707-688-4523 Sales Southeast Bend '500you can place it in s•$ EFITS. WIN or P ay The Bulletin Nothing! Start Your Estate/Garage SaleMOTORCYCLE:Custom Harley Application In Under Sat., Oct 27, Sa-2p, Classifieds for: Davidson 1997 Sportster 1200 XL. 60 Seconds. Call To61246 Ladera Rd, off 5000 Miles. Lots of chrome. $10,000. Ferguson Rd South. day! Contact Disabil'10 - 3 lines, 7 days s• i ty Group, I nc. L i Furniture, jewelry, clothGreat ride, but noroom for the softball '16 - 3 lines, 14 days ing, china, glassware & censed Attorneys & team. Contact Cheryl at 000-0000. various other treasures (Private Party ads only) BBB Accredited. Call 18.5' '05 Reinell 185, V-6 from 60+ years! 888-782-4075. Volvo Penta, 270HP, YCLE:Gently s (PNDC) Bill Leschke ESTA TE SALE •I' low hrs., must see, Call The Bulletin At $15,000, 541-330-3939 Margot Leschke MOVING SALE 541-385-5809 52468 Westley Drive, La Pine Place Your Ad Or E-Mail • Oct. 26 & 27 • 9 to 5 ONLY! Fri. & Sat. At: NO CROWD CONTROL NUMBERS 20.5' 2004 Bayliner (Take Hwy 97 SOUTH from Baker Rd. overpass, 205 Run About, 220 Independent Contractor go 21 1/2 miles. Turn left on Rosland Rd. (Gordy's HP, V8, open bow, Truck Stop) and follow two miles to shop enexc. cond., very fast trance. To go to House entrance follow Ammon w/very low hours, Rd. around the loop to Westley Drive) lots of extras incl. tower, Bimini & Another "WOW" Sale! So many nice things custom trailer, and lots of Tools! Italian tile top dining table; $19,500. Teak king size bed- Made by Torring in Den541-389-1413 mark; Corner display cabinet; Blue double recliner sofa with table center; Floral loveseat; Another nice king bed; Queen bed; Entertainment center; Rockers and recliner; tables and unique juniper coffee table; dishes; pots and ++++++++++++++++++ pans; jewelry; Nikon; Yashica, Minolta and Pa20.5' Seaswirl Spynasonic cameras; Triple dressers; Antique chest der 1989 H.O. 302, of drawers Nice linens; Unique two burner small 285 hrs., exc. cond., cast iron stove; Remington 270 rifle, pellet gun stored indoors for 8 BB gun; Ladies leather coats; ladies xl clothes life $11,900 OBO. and mens clothing and shoes; Butcher block 541-379-3530 cart; Few books; Oil Paintings; Antique White sewing machine;Tupperware; 2 cuckoo clocks; 31 day clock; Garage refrigerator; Lots of small Ads published in the electrical appliances; Tools and outdoor items "Boats" classification We are looking for independent contractors to include: John Deere STX 38 riding mower with include: Speed, fishservice home delivery routes in: rear bagger; Small tow behind trailer; Floor ing, drift, canoe, in classified advertising! Jack; Stihl chain saw; Weed eaters; Electrical house and sail boats. cords; Edger; Thatcher; Trimmer; Blower; GarFor all other types of Newspaper classified advertising leads den tools; Orchard and several other ladders; watercraft, please see the pack when it comes to connecting Wheelbarrow; Hoses; Vise, Motor and grinder Class 875. buyers with sellers. on stand; Barbecues and turkey cooker; Lawn 541-385-5809 Must be available 7 days a week, early morning hours. clipper and Rakes; Cement tools; Rolling toolWhether you're at a fork in the road or box; Hand tools-lots; Electrical hand tools all Must have reliable, insured vehicle. ~ I Th e Bulletiu Se<unq Central Oregon since 1903 sorts; Makita small table saw; Coleman stoves thbgi ii g t * i ,l ad and Weber barbecue; Shop and vehicle lubrican fuel the journey. GENERATE SOME exPlease call 541.385.5800 or 800.503.3933 NmN:.hendbutletin.rom cants; Fishing reels and tackle boxes and fishcitement in your neigduring business hours inggear and poles;Crab nets and cages; Comlf you're ready to get rolling, check borhood. Plan a gapressor; Lots of air hoses; Air tank; nuts and aPPly Via email at Online©bendbulletiFLCom rage sale and don't bolts and more-more-more.!!! forget to advertise in freedom in classified! Handled by... classified! 385-5809. Deedy's Estate Sales Co. 1920s trial





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Call a Pro business car, well Ford Crown Vlc. Vin ¹128449. maint'd, regular oil Whether you need a 1997 4 door, 127k, Hyster H25E, runs $13,999. P ilgrim 27', 2007 5 t h changes, $4500. d rives, runs a n d fence fixed,hedges well, 2982 Hours, wheel, 1 s lide, AC, Please call Ford 250 XLT 1990, I SU B A R U . looks great, extra fj@ $3500,call TV,full awning, excel- 1/3 interest in Columtrimmed or a house 541-633-5149 6 yd. dump bed, set of winter tires on 541-749-0724 lent shape, $23,900. bia 400, located at 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend 139k, Auto, $5500. built, you'll find FIAT 1800 1978, 5-spd, rims, only $3000. 541-350-8629 877-266-3821 Sunriver. $ 1 38,500. 541-410-9997 Chevy G-20 c u stom 541-771-6500. door panels w/flowers professional help in Dlr ¹0354 Call 541-647-3718 conversion travel van & hummingbirds, The Bulletin's "Call a 1994 128k, 5.7L, rear white soft top & hard GMC Yukon XL 1500 Ford F250 2002 Look at: Service Professional" top. Just reduced to 2007, l e a t her, 4 elect. bed, 75% tires. a Infinity G35 Coupe Supercab 7.3 diesel, $3,750. 541-317-9319 bucket seats, 3rd row real beauty in & out! 2004, 130,000 miles, great Directory B l a ck , 1 Travel in economy and or 541-647-8483 seat, moonroof. Vin for Complete Listings of Peterbilt 35 9 p o table shape with accessoowner, no accidents, 541 R385-5809 style and under $4000. ¹305958. $27,988 ries. $14,900. manual trans., great Area Real Estate for Sale water t r uck, 1 9 9 0, Bob, 541-318-9999 541-923-0231 day or cond., n a viqation, i lg@SU B A R U . Pilgrim In t e rnational 3200 gal. tank, 5hp U 541-923-2582 eves. 7 4K m i . , $6 2 0 0. Toyota Camry'sr hoses, 2005, 36' 5th Wheel, 1 /3 interest i n w e l l - p ump, 4 - 3 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend Please call Automobiles 1984, $1200 obo; Model¹M-349 RLDS-5 equipped IFR Beech camlocks, $ 2 5 ,000. 877-266-3821 541-593-2321 or Ford F250 XLT 1 993 Fall price $ 2 1,865. B onanza A 36 , l o - 541-820-3724 1985 SOLD; Dlr ¹0354 extended cab, 8 3,500 email Buick Lucerne CXL 541-312-4466 cated KBDN. $55,000. 1986 parts car, miles, tow pkg, $3500. Ford Gaiaxie 500 1963, johnmason2280@ 541-419-9510 2009, $12,500, low $500. 2 dr. hardtop,fastback, Call 541-408-1984 low miles; 2000 Buick Call for details, 390 va,auto, pwr. steer & Century $2900. You'll Executive Hangar ~R g P 4 ; 541-548-6592 radio (orig),541-419-4989 not find nicer Buicks Mini Cooper 2011 at Bend Airport One look's worth a Countryman AWD Ford Mustang Coupe Ford F250 XLT 4x4 (KBDN) thousand words. Call Toyotas: 1999 Avalon $27,988 ¹ M10649 60' wide x 50' deep, 1966, original owner, L ariat, 1990, r e d , G MC Yukon XL S L T Big Tex LandscapBob, 541-318-9999. 254k; 1996 Camry, w/55' wide x 17' high V8, automatic, great ing/ ATV Trailer, 2004, loaded w/facfor an appt. and take a original miles, 98k, 4 cyl. Lots of Regal Prowler AX6 Ex- bi-fold door. Natural shape, $9000 OBO. 80K dual axle flatbed, tory dvd, 3rd s eat, drive in a 30 mpg. car 4" lift with 39's, well miles left in these treme Edition 38' '05, gas heat, office, bath530-515-8199 7'x16', 7000 lb. Oregon $7100. 541-280-6947 cars. Price? You tell maintained, $4000 4 slides,2 fireplaces, all room. Parking for 6 Buick Le Cross CXL GVW, all steel, AntoSonrce me! I d guess obo. 541-419-5495 maple cabs, king bed/ c ars. A d jacent t o H onda C R V 200 5 , 2007, $1400. 541-598-3750 $2000-$4000. Ford Ranchero bdrm separated w/slide Frontage Rd; g reat 4WD, moonroof, alloy Auto, very nice, low 541-382-4115, or Your servant, Bob at glass dr,loaded,always 1979 wheels, v ery clean. visibility for a viation miles. Vin ¹116370 541-280-7024. 541-318-9999, no garaged,lived in only 3 bus. with 351 Cleveland Vin ¹027942. $12,888 $12,299 Mitsubishi 3 00 0 GT charge for looking. mo,brand new $54,000, 541-948-2126 modified engine. 1999, auto., p e arl S UB A R U . still like new, $28,500, Body is in w hite, very low m i . FIND IT! will deliver,see, excellent condition, OF BENC 2060 NE Hwy 20• Bend $9500. 541-788-8218. 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Buckling Shingles Like algae, buckling shingles are another unsightly problem on a roof. But buckling shinglesare more than just an eyesore, they actually might indicate significant problems. When shingles buckle, that's typically because hot air from the attic is forcing the shingles away from the home. Buckling shingles also indicate that the roof is poorly ventilated, which cantake years off the roof's life expectancy while driving up home cooling costs along the way.

Granule Loss Granule loss is typically a byproduct of normal shingle wear and tear that results from inclement weather, such as hail and snow. Older roofs might experience granule loss, but granule loss can also occur on a new roof ifa defective roofing product was used. Any granule loss, even if slight, should be addressed, as the side effects of granule loss include a weakened roof and leaking. If granule lossis not addressed, the consequences could be severe the next time a winter storm occurs.

Mold Unlike the warning signs already discussed, mold is not visible on the outside of the home. Instead, homeowners should look in the attic of a home to see if there is any mold growth. If there is, the roof is likely leaking, and the health risks of mold growth in a home are substantial. Mold is not necessarily easy to detect, so a professional inspection might be

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Rosemary Goodwin, beautiful kitchen, and bdrms, LI including tiled baths, charm of d owntown familial status or na2 baths, 1700 New Single level home Es t a te, B e nd MLS¹201206297 Broker, a f a ntastic f a m ily sq. ft. built in 2001. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, 1554 huge bonus room on Bend. tional origin, or inten- Real Virginia Ross, Broker, Certified Negotiator room are just the be- Convenient location in sq. ft. r anch style. lower level, attached MLS¹201206543 tion to make any such ABR, CRS, GRI 541-706-1897 ginning.Fenced back- the desirable NW sec Landscaped w/ sprin- garage, landscaping, Scott Huggin, preferences, l i mitaShevlin Ridge Lots 541-480-7501 We never stop moving: circular drive, carport, Broker, GRI yard, w/fantastic gar- tion, close to Maple tions or discrimination. 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SW Groundhog Road. home you will defi- egon yard w/mature Ponto that unused Deschutes Landing n itely want t o s e e . always dreamed of at $125,000 $299,450 derosas, storage THE FALLS at Eagle 541-385-5809 $223,500. Riverfront Townhomes MLS¹201204034 item by placing it in b uilding, doub l e CallMLS¹201206048 Crest. Residents of Starting in the low Nancy Popp, Bro- Call Melody Curry, Bro- MLS¹201107890 c anopy carport o r THE FALLS enloy exThe Bulletin Classifieds John L. Scott Real $400,000s New Riverfront Home j ker, 541-815-8000 ker, 541-771-1116 storage structure. This clusive use of t heir Pahlisch Homes Estate 541-548-1712 $1,195,000 Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty home is m o ve-in own clubhouse (picThe Hasson Beautiful home on the 5 41 -385-580 9 $155,000. Call Custom golf course New Craftsman style Charming end of cul-de- tured), access to three Company Realtors. Deschutes River near ready. s ac home, with a home I $162,900 home, 2 master suites golf courses, and all Edie Delay, Broker D owntown Bend & Bobbie at about western motif. Living t he rest o f E a g le REDMOND TOWNSITE + attached apt.243 1529 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, 2 541-420-2950, The Old Mill. Well-ap- 541-480-1635 room is plumbed for MLS¹2802056. Crest's ame n ities. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath in Julie Burgoni, Broker SF bonus rm,fenced, bath, alder cabinets. pointed entry, great Bobbie Strome, 1 064+/- sq.ft. on a w/dbl garage. Loads New stainless steel natural gas, wood 8 Homesites start at just 541-306-8927 room, gourmet kittile floors throughout. Principal Broker appliances, gas fire4 792+/- s q . ft . I o t . of upgrades! $59,900 and lots on c hen, m a i n le v e l John L Scott Real S olid 1 9 50's c o n - TIMBER RIDGE, Big $299,000 place. L a n dscaped Large landscaped lot the Challenge Course m aster s u i te . El Nic e evated deck down to Estate 541-385-5500 s truction has b e e n Ponderosa's Call Nancy Popp, Bro- front/back w/irrigation with sprinkler system a re a v ailable. W e and a fenced backker, 541-815-8000 MLS¹201206602 have several PREprofessionally refur- single level 3 bd, 2 dock with boat ramp. yard. $119,900 SW Bend j $219,000 Jim Hinton FERRED BUILDERS bished. It is a m u st bath 1800 SF home Crooked River Realty Call today! MLS¹201109122 Close to River & Old 541-420-6229 that are ready to aspreview property. The w/newer comp roof, MLS¹201207905 2 bedroom, 2 bath on D&D Realty Group LLC Mill. Private backyard, Central Oregon Realty s ist you w it h y o ur owner is in the busi- vinyl siding & open Lisa Campbell, Broker 541-923-8664 1.12 acres. $139,900 decks & hot tub. Great n ess o f mov i n g floor plan. Park-like Group, LLC complete hom e 541-419-8900 MLS¹201203821 room with gas firesetting next to Bend needs; evhomes, r e furbishing We never stop moving: 1620SF well appointed C lean S i ngle S t o ry building Call Linda Lou place, built-ins. Granthem 8 finding a new Golf & Country Club. erything from p home adjoins 90-acre Home, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, ning to moving in.lanDay-Wright, Broker, ite, gas range, pantry family to own them. Large lava rock firepasture with 2 -mile 1529sq. ft., gas fire- a rrange for a pTo 541-771-2585 i n k i t chen. G r e at The home is vacant, place, gas fireplace, e rplace, l a ndscaped, walking track. Heat Crooked River Realty master. Lots of storand forced air gas so a preview of the fenced backyard with sonal tour please call p ump, prop a ne age. Maybe the Best $340,000 All the bells free-standing s t ove, w ater f e ature a n d Eagle Crest Properhome is EASY, any- heat. HOA provides Buy in Town. L a r ge at time day o r n i g ht. l awn c a re . (866) paver patio. $109,000. ties and whistles, includ oversized dbl gar + MORRIS MLS¹201208079 722-3370. Or, better There is also a gener- m aster, utility, a n d ing; 2 Master Suites, bonus rm. Lg kitchen MLS¹201201105. REAL ESTATE Lester Friedman, well-laid out kitchen. ous detached, Pam Lester, Principal yet, drop by our office C ontrol 4 Smar t cov. decks. $144,900 P.C., Broker d ouble-garage. T h e C onventional sal e 1 dcpc denxyo cda dopcn<cd l ocated next to t h e Home, security sys Call Nancy Popp, Bro- B roker, Century 2 1 541-330-8491 priced to sell. zoning is C2, so an Gold Country Realty, Ridge Pro Shop. tem, granite in kitchen ker, 541-815-8000 Northwest Crossing j 866-722-3370 in-home bus i ness MLS¹201207138 We never stop moving: Inc. 541-504-1338 and utility, marble in Crooked River Realty $379,000 could b e per f ect. baths, the list goes Located in the heart of Life is good! Custom 6252 Cute, turn-key stick built $85,000. Have an item to on. Home-ID887 1574 sq. ft., 3 bedRedmond. Beautifully Ken Theobald, Broker MLS¹201205193. 1270 SF home. cs Eagle Crest Properties sell quick? updated home on .37 541-41 9-0550 room + office built in Bobbie Strome, $139,900 866-722-3370 acre lot w/upgrades. John L. Scott 2 010, view o f M t . Principal Broker MLS¹201202978 If it's under Brand new m a ster Bachelor! Solid wood John L Scott Real Real Estate, Bend Call Linda Lou 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2151 MORRIS '500 you can place it in floors, tiled kitchen & s uite. Home i s 4 4 Day-Wright, Broker, Estate 541-385-5500 sq. ft. Enjoy this pri REAL ESTATE bdrm/2 bath, l a rge b aths, c e ntral a i r , v ate s e t ting wi t h 541-771-2585 The Bulletin Turnkey Ranch W/Cas1 dcpc dcwly 0 cd d Opc <cd River frontage 0.58 acre oversized ga r a ge. living room, f o rmal sweeping views of the Crooked River Realty Classifieds for: cul-de-sac lot on the cade mtn views, built dining, nice kitchen! Earth Advantage Cer18th h ol e o f the $274,000 Great Room upper Des c hutes in 1993, 38+ a cres tified. Look at: Outside: pull through Driver's Dream with 26 + i r r igation, MLS¹201207810 gas fireplace, 8 River. Utilities are in '10 - 3 lines, 7 days garage, extra storage Course on the Ridge plan, built-in buffet kitchen and lot comes with barn, shop, hay shed, Pat Palazzi, Broker bldg. Alley a c cess Course. The well kept '16 3 lines, 14 days for Complete Listings of $55 0 ,000. w/island, two masters paid and a pproved fenced. makes moving your 541-771-6996 home has all of the Area Real Estate for Sale MLS ¹ 20 1 0 03925 (one on main) soak (Private Party ads only) plans for a 2400 sq.ft. 541-948-9090 toys around a breeze! features that you are ing tubs, & walk in Pam Lester, Principal home. Call to see this one of We never stop moving: looking for! Open and closets. Home-ID951 C orner Lot Home i n B roker, Century 2 1 749 spacious living, with Eagle Crest Properties C anyon Vie w t h a t a kind home today! Gold Country Realty, Nadine L. Ash, Broker MLS¹201202360. Southeast Bend Homes many r e cent up features 9' c e i lings $225,000 Inc. 541-504-1338 541-390-4017 grades, like the slate 866-722-3370 throughout. It also has John L. Scott Real EsJohn L. Scott 4 Bdrm, 3.5 bath, 3734 entry and newer gran Close to Pasture Unique mid-Bend Live a heated floor and Real Estate, Bend tate 541-548-1712 sq.ft, 32 acre corner ite tile c o untertops, w/views. 8589 SW on a creage, h a ve Whirlpool tub & a gas lot. Beautiful lodgeand th e e x panded MORRIS Panorama. $44,500. fireplace in the mas- LONG-TERM LEASE gated privacy, large style home w / hand master bathroom. Cof MLS¹201105165 REAL ESTATE River front home. Enjoy pond, views plus a 5 and a bonus room highly upgraded 2 crafted timber trusses fered ceilings, many Call Melody Curry, Bro- ter, bedroom home ... plus all that river front livI dcpc dcn<lyO cda dOpcm<cd of approx. 400 sq. ft. bdrm and den, 3-car inside & o ut. Hardbuilt-in cabinets, ex ker, 541-771-1116 being i n m i d -Bend ing has to offer near The garage is approx. garage, Eagle Crest wood, Slab granite, tensive landscaping, Crooked River Realty downtown. Fantastic and close to every- NW Bend j $305,000 900 sq. ft.! $224,900 55+. $1995 per mo. Travertine, H e a t ed and a great floor plan thing!! Who says you o pportunity t o up Beautifully maintained F loors, Mai n l e v e l make this the perfect 3 bed 2 bath, custom MLS¹201204132 541-923-0115 can't have it all, call h ome just a s h o rt D8D Realty Group LLC grade this well built 3 home, huge shop, and oversized choice! 541-923-8664 FIHD IT! bdrm home and cre- me! distance from the river master $299,000 car garage. As- ¹201205033 $389,500 ate your own estate in trail. Wood floors, gas 4+ gQQ /TI MLS¹201203307 tonishing HOME ... a CREEKSIDE Best Team Clark Century this incredible setting. harona fireplaces, s t ainless must see! $750,000 Call Julie Fahlgren, SELL IT/ views on the lake at 21, Gold Country Re Open floor plan with Sharon Abrams, Broker, steel appliances, large Tina Roberts, Broker, Broker, 541-550-0098 Creekside at E a gle The Bulletin Classifieds alty 541-548-2131 CRS 541-280-9309 mostly main level livm aster suite. G o r Crooked River Realty 541-419-9022 Crest! 3 bdrm/2 bath, John L. Scott ing space, oak floorgeous fenced yard, 3 bed, 2 bath on 1.15 $259,900 Rarely used & 1871 sq.ft. with par- Need more room for TOTAL Property Real Estate, Bend ing and loft area. Prip aver patio, w r a p acres.$105,000 Resources, furni s hings. your growing family never rented, like new tial vate studio apartment around decks. MLS¹201205372 this home has it all!! 4 541-330-0588 MLS¹201202466 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath over the large garage MLS¹201203962 Call Linda Lou $229,000 J o h n L. bed/2.5 bath, 2512 sq. Creekside townhome. and extensive decks Margo Degray, Broker, Day-Wright, Broker, with office and bo FOR SALE NE Bend Backs t o c o m mon Scott R e a l E s tate ft. for outdoor living on ABR, CRS 541-771-2585 nus room. Master on 541 -548-1 71 2 McCall Landing a rea/BLM with C a s the river. Call today. When buying a home, 541-480-7355 the main, b eautiful Our Newest Community Crooked River Realty cade Mountain views. Eagle Crest j $279,900 502 NW Harmon Blvd. We never stop moving: w ood f l ooring, t i l e 83% of Central Starting in the Mid Home-ID837 MLS ¹201204651. Oregonians turn to New Construction I SW ONE OF A KIND lodge kitchen, fresh paint in $100,000's. Eagle Crest Properties $888,000. Redmond I $158,900 style chalet! Floor to side and out, huge dbl Pahlisch Homes 866-722-3370 Gary Everett, CCIM 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 ceiling rock fire place. car attached garage, cs Sewing Central Oregon s>nce 1903 The Hasson Principal Broker sq. ft. 2-story home, E asterly views a n d Ranch style SW Redall on a quiet Company Realtors. 541-480-6130 gas fireplace in great 6th tee of the Ridge Call 541-385-5809 to mond I $119,900 cul-de-sac i n NW Rhianna Kunkler, Joan Steelhammer, room. Landscaped golf course from the MORRIS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Redmond! Traditional place your Broker, 541-306-0939 Broker with sprinkler system patio, privacy screen, Real Estate ad. 1134 sq. ft. Fenced s ale! $210, 0 0 0 REAL ESTATE 541-419-3717 MLS¹201207534 hot tub 8 BBQ. Com- MLS¹201208013. backyard Large ceI dcpc dcn<lyO cda dOpcm<cd SE Bend j $234,900 Remax Jim Hinton pletely furnished. 746 ment patio John L. Scott Real Es 2017 sq. ft., 4 b e d541-420-6229 MLS¹201103111 MLS¹201206146 tate 541-548-1712 Northwest Bend Homes NW Bend j $449,000 SE Bend room, 2 bath remod- Central Oregon Realty Sydne Anderson, Jim Hinton Close to town, large eled in 1993. Close to Badger Forest Group, LLC Broker, CRS, WCR, 541-420-6229 The Bulletin's Awbrey Butte j Affordable Excellence 4015 sq. ft. home on Juniper Park, shopCDPE, GREEN Central Oregon Realty $1,899,000 .82 of an acre lot on ping 8 schools. 1000 "Call A Service Starting in the mid 1733SF craftsman, 541-420-1111 Group, LLC 11 Peak View! Very the NW side! 5 bedsq. f t. ins u lated, 5-acres, hickory cab, $100,000s We never stop moving: Professional" Directory private, contemporary rooms, 4 baths. ExPahlisch Homes heated shop/garage. granite, travertine & Gigantic Views is all about meeting home. Oversized 3 lan d The Hasson pansive great room E co-friendly tile, river rock FP, Quality Fuqua home, 3 yourneeds. car garage with shop. with formal d i ning. scaping. Swe d ish Company Realtors. stamped concrete. bdrm, 2 bath, 1572 SF Owner will carry. Excellent value! Sauna i n ma s t er. Rhianna Kunkler, $298,000 Shop and greenhouse Call on one of the MLS¹201103134 Broker MLS¹201207880 Theater room. MLS¹201207304 $136,900 professionals today! Susan Agli, Jim & Roxanne MLS¹201207756 541-306-0939 Call Nancy Popp, BroMLS 201200450 MORRIS Broker, SRES Cheney, Brokers Steve Payer, ker, 541-815-8000 Gail Day 541-306-1018 SE Bend 541-383-4338 NE Redmond, 3 bdrm, 541-390-4050 Broker, GRI Crooked River Realty REAL ESTATE Central Oregon The Bridges 2 bath, 1360 sq. ft., 541-408-3773 541-390-4030 541-480-2966 Indcpcndently 0 wed and Opcu<cd Realty Group LLC World Class Amenities We never stop moving: triple garage, office, We never stop moving: We never stop moving: $699,900 Outstanding Starting in the mid detail in design and Stunning 2288SF, 4bd Eagle Crest Beautiful bay f ront w i ndow, $200,000s c onstruction of t h i s 2 1/2bth, Mt. views, city views from this large patio, mature Pahlisch Homes beautiful Sage Build Irg Trex deck, media 2600 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, landscaping, fenced Cy Cy The Hasson ers home. Located on rm & office dbl gar+ 2.5 bath home. Huge yard. $128,000. MLS Company Realtors. the 18th hole of the 1200 SF shop. reduction! 201207127 price Edie DeLay, Broker Challenge C o u rse. Fenced. $269,000 $449,000. mls Pam Lester, Principal MORRIS MORRIS MORRIS 541-420-2950 Home-ID352 Call Nancy Popp, Bro- 2 01206886 John L . B roker, Century 2 1 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Julie Burgoni, Broker Eagle Crest Properties ker, 541-815-8000 Scott R ea l E s t ate Gold Country Realty, I dcp dcnly 0 cd d O pc rcd 1 dcpc dc dyO cd d O p c <cd I dcpcdcwlyO cd dOpc icd 541-306-8927 866-722-3370 Crooked River Realty 541-548-1712 Inc. 541-504-1338

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61535 Tam McArthur Loop( $1,950,000

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Call Chris Sulak, Brokerl 541-350-6164

Call Kelly Horton, Brokerl 541-508-9163


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Tetherow - High Desert CasualJ $986,900

Broken Top Classic ( $945,000

Contem porary City Living ( $820,000

• 5 bedroom, 4 baths,5116sq, ft. • Overlooking Broken Top's 12th fairway andgreen

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• Earth Advantage home • Quality throughout • Optional bonus or guest room -: • To be built by Bend Trend Homes

and private office • Privacy with southern exposure • Bonus & exerciseroom • 3 car garage w/shoparea


• 3 bed, 3.5 bath, 3200 SF

• Overlooking10thfairway lkgreen • Custom home competely remodeled in 2004-05byMerose Construction • Kathy & Karo Niemiinterior plan/ designwith quality lk detail -4476SF • 5bed, 5.5bath, mainlevel master • Great room design. Wonderful indoor and outdoor ivingspacious,quiet cul-de-sac location

• 3657 sq,ft.,3 bed/3.5 bath

+One level with upstairs guestsuite


• Offered well belowcost of

• Control 4 Technology allowing control of lighting scenes,TVs, music & alarm from anywhere in the world. MLS ¹20122979

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

• CustomBrokenTopBeauty! • New y REDUC EDprice! • Enjoy the lush surrounding • 4 bedrooms,4.5 baths • 4363 SF • Golf course and mountain views • Must see! MLS¹201204037

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• HUGE price reduction of$100,000

• 4bdrm s/6baths,5750sq,ft. • Separate guest house/ ofrice, tive fireplaces & wine cellar

Call Deb Tebbs Group, Brokersl 541-419-4553

19395 Cayuse Crater Court/ $1,295,000

65890 Pronghorn Estates Dr.J $1,595,000

• Cascade Mtn. views in Wyndemere

• Architectural Marvel in Broken Top • Stunning open floor plan • 4 bed, 4.5 bath, 5960 SF • 1480 SF garage • Large double lot MLS¹201200081

• Golf membership included MLS ¹201104447

. • Immaculate interior

• No H.O,A/s • Heated parking • Cascade Mountain views • Walk to Old Mill/Downtown MLS¹201207761



Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086

Call Ray Bachman, Broker, GRIl 541-408-0696

Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086

Call Bobby Lockrem, Brokerl 541-480-2356

New Tetherow Home ) $699,500

Great Curb Appealin Awbrey Glen / $699,000

15987 SW Culver Hwyf Culver / $675,000

Fabulous Acreage Close ToTown / $599,900

• Beautifully designedgreat room

• December2012 completion • 3 bed, bonus,loft, 3-car garage • Main level living & master suite • Three outdoorterraces and indoor/outdoor living

• Fabulous dream kitchen

• Office with built-in desks • Great for entertaining inside & out

• Large lot(16,915sq. ft.) • Full golf membership MLS ¹201206848


• Spacious deck &private patio • Beautiful, private setting • 3bed, 3 bath, 3755SF,.85 acre MLS¹201203849


• 77 acres, 72 acres water rights • 2 newer pivots • 1962 SF home

• Spaaous greatroomliving • Open, light andbright • Formal living, dining+ bonus room • Kitchen featuresstainlessappliances

• Huge shop

• RV parking & hook-up

• Hay storage • Barn • Motivated seller!

• Wonderful outdoor living • Horses allowed • 4 bed, 4 bath,3668SF,2.24 acres

Call Laina Ryan, Principal Broker, GRIl 541-419-7540•

Call The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team, Brokersl 541-312-5151

MLS¹201206294 Call The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team, Brokersl 541-312-5151 www

Absolutely Stunning Setting ~ $579,900

Large Home, FriendlyNeighborhood f $575,000

Deschutes Landing ( $569,000

63235 Peterman Lane ~ $539,900

Call Brian Ladd, Brokerl 541-408-3912

• 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 3088 sq, ft. • 2.47 acres, 1 acre irrigation • Located right in heart of Bend! •Tastefully updated • Incredible landscapefront lk back • Master on the main floor MLS¹201207139

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


• 3616 SF, 4-plus bedrooms,3.5 baths '

• 3-car garage,gameroom, lots of storage • Great backyardw/large deckand playhouse


Call Mary Stratton, Brokerl 541-419-6340

Call Ron Davis, Principal Brokerl 541-480-3096

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Acreage Close To Town ) $529,000

Priva te,PeacefulSetting,CascadeMtn.Viewsf $525,000

Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRS l 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist

• 23t acres

• Custom quality built home

• Gorgeous Cascade Mtn, views • We I maintained ranchhomein GosneyMeadows • Studio/shop • Irrigated, pastoral setting

• 3636 SF, 3bdrm, 2.5 bathplus

Call Mary Stratton, Brokerl 541-419-6340•

High Desert Contemporary Living/ $495,000

20383 Pine Vista Dr. ( Bend ) $429,900

• Elegant & private • Stunning views • 3180 SF, 3 beds, 2.5 baths • Situated in well estab ished

guest house • 9+ acres, 8 acres irrigation • Energy efficient w/Green features • Pole barn,greenhouse, 2garages • Hiking & trail riding veryclose by MLS¹201206203

• 4 bedroom, 3 bath • 3586 SF • 2.48 Acre Lot MLS¹201208122

West Hills MLS¹ 201208025

Call Bryan Hilts, Brokerl 541-771-3200

Call Kathy Hovermale, Principal Brokerl 541-419-6778



Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist • jodirebroker©

21110 Merritt Court ~ $425,000

17940 Parkway Lane ( $399,000

Luxury Townhomes Offered ~ from $397,750

Rare Opportunity ( $379,000


• Wonderfu homew/4 bedroomsup and officew/full bath onmain • Gorgeous entry leads to formal living anddining room • Large kitchen w/big islandand pull-out drawers inpantry • Breakfastnook,greatrm w/vaulted ceilings, built-ins,gasfireplace • Lg deck,triple garage,.46 acre cul-de-saclot MLS¹201206135

• Permitted GP Building w/living quarter/loft • Bath, laundry area, septic, well lt pumphouse • RV hookups inside & out, 100 amp breaker in shop • Great location between Sisters tt Bend • Build your dream home while you live in loft area or your RV MLS¹201105898


Cozy River Front Log Home ( $379,500 • 3 bedroom+ den/office or4th bedroom,1.5 bath • 1732 sq. ft. w/great room and river views that fill the picturewindows • 3-car garage/shop.Dock. • Yards fromtrailhead to LaPineSt, Park • 16213 Mtn. Sheep Lane MLS¹201202339



Call Ron Davis, Principal Brokerl 541-480-3096

1 Lookout i Sunriver ( $365,000

Land, Land, Land! ( $350,000




• Possibly the most beautiful site on the river • Mt. Bachelor view from master


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• 3 bed/1.5 bath,nearly1800 sq,ft. ~



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Call Marilyn Stoner, Brokerl 541-815-4757 or Kathy Hovermale, Principal Brokerl 541-419-6778

Call Ken Renner, Principal Brokerl 541-280-5352

Custom Home inBarton Crossing ( $289,900

14717 SW Sugar Pine WayJ La Pine f $279,000

New Listing! ) $295,000 • 3 Bedroom 2 5 bath • 2191 SF, large .29 acre lot • RV Parking • Backyard with lots of potential

• Nice separation of master suite • Garage loaded with cabinetry %iP and work area • Fantastic west side location

• 3 bed, 3 bath, 2608 SF • Master on the main • Theater/Bonus room + wet bar • Upgrades throughout • Unfin ished walk-in basement • Mountain views MLS¹201207444

• Extra-deep 2-car garage

• 3bedroom,21/2baths MLS¹201208254

• 183 nicely treed acres w/F2zoning & DR (Destination Resort) overay • Lots of potential. Close to resort properties of Crosswater,Caldera Springs, andSunriver • Great accessto Hwy97andall ~!! that Centra Oregon hasto offer! • 17705 VandevertRoad

• 3 bedroom, 2 bath • 1972 SF • Updated kitchen • Wood burning fireplace • Open view with common MLS¹201206468

• 54677 Silver Fox Drive MLS¹201204195


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• Decorative stone quarry • Near Government Land • Great hunting area • Immaculate2500 SF home • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths MLS¹2812329

Judy McCombs& Shelly Swanson,Brokersl 888-274-2317

Call Greg Barnwell, Broker l 541-848-7222 l

Pristine in Copperstone! ~ $314,900

• Live stream, fruit trees



Co z y River Front Chalet ( $375,000


• 80 acres, 20 acres irrigated

lifestyle • Explore outdoor opportunities like golf, skiing & trails


• Offering one and two-story • A ~ s fl oo r plans with mountain, or water views g ' • ~ • fairway 2-4 bdrms,• 2.5 — 4.5Baths • 1950 SF - 2956 SF

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Call Joanne McKee, Brokerl 541-480-5159

Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker l 541-508-9581

• 4 bedroom, 3.5bath • 4-car garage, pusshop area • Quality open greatroom • 2,1 acres,w/1 acreirrigation • Property is fully fenced • Master on themainfloor • Quality, with pride of ownership! MLS¹201208385

• Ele gantnew townhome • 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths • Extensive hardwood, upscale finishes •Outst anding riverand Cascade Mountain views • Premiere location in the heartof Bend at theOld Mil MLS¹201206685


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• 1.4 acresbacking to commonarea leading to public lands • Beautiful setting in the pines • Uncompleted 3500+SFhome - many customfeatures • Masterfully crafted rock accents compliment largecovered patios • 4-bay, heated, insulated shop "= ' • PRICED TO SELL! "






Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist

Call Melanie Maitre, Broker, ABR,SRES,ePRO l 541-480-4186

Call Chris Sperry, Broker, CRSl 541-550-4922

Call Laina Ryan, Principal Broker, GRIl 541-419-7540

"Leave It To Beaver" ( $265,000

NW Redmond ~ $255,750

On the Hillside in SW Redmond( $229,500

Single Level Home / $219,000


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• Colonial style in sunnySEBend • 4 bedrooms,2.5 baths, 2238SF • Quality upgrades

• In pristine condition

• Great deck & fencedbackyard • End of cul-de-sac • Backs to LarkspurTrail & Park MLS¹201206413

• Generous masteron main • Open design with cook'skitchen • Oversized 3-car garage • RV parking w/hook-up • A must see!

• Neighborhoodof lovelyhomes • 3 Bdrm/2.5 Ba w/loft & office area


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Call Sandy Kohlmoos, Brokerl 541-408-4309

Call Myra Girod, Principal Brokerl 541-815-2400

Call Sue Price, Owner/Brokerl 541-408-7742


3152 NE Manchester ( $209,400

Single Level in Three Rivers South) $150,000

Southwestern Style in Prineville/ $144,900

• 3 bedrooms,2.5 baths, 1792SF • Living roomandfamiy room • Large deckandfenced yard • 12'x16' hobby room/retreat • Room for a boator small RV MLS¹ 201208224

Call C.J. Neumannl 541-410-3710 or Lisa Lamberto l 541-610-9697


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7825 SW River Road ( $98,900

• 3 bed, 2 bath, 1500 SF home • 2000 sq. ft. shop

• Built in 2000,3 bedroom,2bath • 1920 sq.ft. with an office • 1.15 acre private lot, fenced backyard • Bring your horses • 2-car attachedgarage • Landscapedwith sprinkler system

• 5.03 acre parcel • Gorgeousmountainviews • Close to trails parks and town

• New cherry wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances,granite countertops, marble floors • Master suite w/Jacuzzi tub MLS ¹201206455

• Lot lined by junipers for privacy • Build your own dream home • Power and septic installed MLS¹201201481

Call Kelly Winch, Brokerl 541-390-0398

Call Rod Hatchell, Brokerl 541-728-8812

Call Jordan Haase, Principal Brokerl 541-420-1559


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52505 Meadow Ln. 3 16624 A s c h a Ct ., Deschutes Riverfront New Price! $278,000 3 WELL KEPT HOME Brdm, 3.5 acres, 2 tax $121,900. 3 bdrm, 2.5 Bdrm, 2 bath, 1936 just off pavement, close Home j $370,000 lots, shop. $129,900. bath, bonus r o om. Northwest-style home, sq. ft. Built in 1994. to school and easy High Lakes Realty & High Lakes Realty & b eautiful setting o n Comfortable floor plan access to h ighway. Property Ma n age- Property Ma n age- the Deschutes River. w ith m a ster b d r m Move in ready with ment 541-536-0117 ment 541-536-0117 Open floor plan, gas separation from guest kitchen ap p l iances fireplace, two en-suite rooms, large master and washer & dryer. 52625 Huntington, Riv- 1 Bdrm, 1 bath frame b edrooms, fam i l y with walk-in closet, liv Enclosed car p o rt erfront property, 20.39 home located in the room. Spacious deck, ing and family room, gives feeling of gaacres. $525,000. High town o f Gil c hrist. . 43-acre l o t , bo a t bonus ro o m/office/ rage. Wall AC in dinLakes Realty & Prop- Make this your home dock, big 2-car gaden, large front porch i ng room, 3 be d -

Brasada Ranch j Equestrian 5-acres, If space is what you are 12726 SW CINDER 36x48 6-stall barn, looking for then look Well kept 1848 sq. ft., 3 $415,000 Amazing C ascade cross-fenced, groom- at this 60y acre par bedroom, 2 bat h M ountain View s . ing stall, wash rack, c el located i n t h e h ome l o cated o n Open great room floor hay barn, mare barn heart of Powell Butte~ fenced 1 acre corner Enjoy the views of the lot. Flooring and app lan, 3 bedr o om w/foaling stalls. 2004 suites, large kitchen 3bd 2bth home. Cascade M o u ntain p liances wer e r e with s l a b gr a n ite R ange and the p r i placed just 3 yrs ago. $298,500. countertops, dis- Call Nancy Popp, Bro- v acy a mongst t h e Newer vinyl windows tressed har d wood ker, 541-815-8000 natural and well treed and pellet stove. This floors, gas fireplace, 8 Crooked River Realty surroundings. In home is m o ve-in erty Man a gement or a getaway cabin for rage with a shop. is perfect for those rooms and 2 more. Located next to cludes Avion w ater ready. Large area to 541 -536-01 1 7 the Central Oregon West Powell Butte Es MLS¹201204692 summer e v e nings. b athrooms. Sma l l green space. and the septic system park your toys and recreations. Priced to tates. $479,000. 6 Nice level parcel per fenced bac k y ard. MLS¹201207028 is less than 10 years RV. 24x24 g arage. 1 715 Mare Ct . 1 8 0 9 s ell! $39,999. M L S Shelly Hummel, Broker, bdrm, 3.5 bath home CRS, GRI, CHMS fect for horses, and MLS¹201203697 John Snippen, Broker, old. A very large shop Back deck with ensq.ft., 3 large bdrms, 201206628 o n 2 0 a c re s w i t h 541-383-4361 within m i n utes o f MBA, ABR, CRS, GRI with finished office/ closed hot tub. Lease $49,900 30x60 shop, Cascade Realty, shop, 2 master suites, bonus space and a We never stop moving: riding trails... you can D&D Realty Group LLC 541-312-7273 option or purchase. $165,000. High Lakes 4-car garage, water clean/basic manufac Dennis Haniford, ride from the property! 866-346-7868 541-948-9090 $99,500 Realty & Pr o perty Princ. Broker feature, gated c om Crooked River Ranch We never stop moving: tured h om e o f f ers MLS¹ 201207499 Management 1-541-536-1731 Wonderfully loc a t ed munity. MLS¹ offers golf, tennis, and many amenities and Juniper Realty, 541-536-0117 2 01207133 Pam 541-504-5393 community swimming h ome with a c o m o ptions while y o u manding view of Mt. Lester, Principal Bro pool... and so much b uild y o u r dr e a m 16048 Dawn, custom cs Find It in Jefferson and the sur12851 SW Deer ker, Century 21 Gold more. Great views of home. $540 , 0 00 1699 sq.ft. home, 4.15 The Bulletin Classifieds! MORRIS Crossing. Remodeled Country Realty, Inc. ¹201108973 the Cascades, and in rounding area. Beauacres, $309,000. High REAL ESTATE 3 bdrm 2 bath 1440 541-385-5809 541-504-1338 an area of large par tiful well kept home Team Clark - Century Lakes Realty & PropMORRIS 1 dcpc dc dyO cda dopcmrcd sq. ft. CRR home. cels, so you can en with spacious rooms. 21, Gold Country erty Man a gement REAL ESTATE $239,000 Beautiful & peaceful Granite counters, 541-536-0117 3 bdrm, 2 bath 1320 sq. joy your privacy. MLS Realty MLS¹201206924 I d p d d y O d dOp r d setting $649,000 hickory cabinets, 541-548-2131 ft. frame home on 1.1 USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! ¹201205395 D&D Realty Group LLC 4 bdrm, 2.5 baths, 2275 bamboo wood floors, 11728 S u n For e st, acre lot. Home needs Team Clark866-346-7868 Cottage Style Bunga- sq. ft. on 4 0 acres 1 6249 South D r . vinyl windows, the list 2 Bdrm, 1104 sq.ft., s ome w or k Century 21, d o ne, low, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, horse property, acgoes on. Garage, carBunkhouse. $129,000 wouldn't take much to Door-to-door selling with Gold Country Realty $595,000. 6.27 acre 757 780 sq.ft, completely cess to BLM. horse property with port and RV covered High Lakes Realty & 541-548-2131 make it a home. Lots fast results! It's the easiest remodeled, 9148 sq.ft. MLS¹201204029. parking. $109,000 Crook County Homes Property Ma n age- of extra storage, 2-car way in the world to sell. g orgeous 2 92 2 s f lot, park l ike l andVicci Bowen MLS 201204401 ment 541-536-0117 246 JeffersonSt, Meto garage, 4-bay carport h ome, shop. H i g h scaping, greenhouse. 541-410-9730 Juniper Realty, The Bulletin Classified lius. Exc. investment 3 Bedroom, 2 b a t h, and lots of room for Lakes Realty & Prop1 5738 Eastwind C t . , $65,000. MLS¹ Central Oregon Realty 541-504-5393 or first home. Home 2124 sq. ft. Built in your toys. $102,000. 541-385-5809 erty Ma n agement, Pam 1620 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, Group, LLC has good rental his 1995. Very p r ivate 201205043. MLS 201207372. 541-536-0117 12-peak huge Cascade large garage, tory. Located close to setting, with Cascade Lester, Principal Bro- 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, Cascade Realty, views from this gorker, Century 21 Gold $129,900. High Lakes Dennis La Pine j $279,000 views, and Prineville the school. Owner will Haniford, Princ. sq. ft. Beautiful 5 2916 Old L ak e R d geous Crooked River Realty & Pr o perty Spectacular custom carry contract. lights at night. Com Country Realty, Inc. 3170 Broker $199,000. Two 1848 Ranch home w/ knotty c ustom home on a Management home with all the up$49,900. MLS fortable home, with an 541-504-1338 1-541-536-1731 q.ft. h o mes, t w o pine ceilings and sun541-536-0117 grades! Great for fun, 201205682 J u n iper open floor plan. Coun Desirable location, only very private and gated s 20-acre parcels. High s plashed room s . 10 acres, yet conve e n t ertaining Realty 541-504-5393 try living an d o n ly minutes from town & bdrm/2.5 bath frame family, Lakes Realty 8 PropPlenty of room with Borders g o v ernment3 home niently located j ust and horses. 4 b edminutes from either w / b asement. Prineville Reservoir. erty Ma n agement, 4.98 acres. $249,000 lands this 3 bedroom Kitchen has hickory minutes to the Powell room, 3 bath, bonus Newer home with four Prineville, Madras, or home has Butte Country Store. 541-536-01 1 7 MLS¹201206906 home ha s w a l k-in Redmond. Peace and bMeticulous large bedrooms, 2 newer appli- room. reathtaking Cas Gail Day 541-306-1018 closets in each bed- cabinets, MLS¹201205284 baths, split floor plan, q uiet? This i s t h e c ade v i ews. Lo w Exterior Cedar & log, 10 acres - Custom ance & eating area. Central Oregon Realty room & ceiling fans. Dining room opens to covered drive-thru en TenBroek - Hilber MLS large workable place!! m aintenance y a r d . try & Group, LLC Front deck has been a l o w ma i nte home - shop in Group, LLC kitchen, and plenty of ¹201202008 s p acious p a t io Open roomy f l o or nance Butte! made into a sunroom. w/fountain. Hardwood l a n dscaping Powell 541-550-4944 room for a large fam$289,500 1/4 Mi. Deschutes River Oversized 2-car gaplan, vaulted ceilings, w/large patio for out Unique floor plan ily. Nice size yard too. Team Clarkin e n try & We never stop moving: f rontage. Cus t o m lots of light from the w/indoor spa room, rage with p r opane fklooring side l i ving. L a r ge Century 21, $76,000 MLS¹ itchen. 28'x40' R V level 3 bdrm, 3 large windows, nice shop, plus a double heater plus extra RV wide hall w ays, single 201202015 Gold Country bath, 3 9 6 2 sq . f t., barn, 24'x30' garage office, and nook. Two garage w/living quar single level. cover. $68,000 Realty & 18ix28' carport. D&D Realty Group LLC 1 2.72 a cr e ga t e d treed acres, plenty of ters & 2 full RV hook MLS¹201200073 $365,000. MLS 541-548-2131 866-346-7868 Must see at $239,900 community, p r i vate 541-536-1731 room for your toys!!! ups. Home b oasts 201108648 Call MLS 201204734 setting. $99 7 ,000. Cascade Realty m any s pecial f e a VIRGINIA, Principal Nice 3 bedroom home 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1963 $159,900 Cascade Realty, MORRIS MLS ¹ 20 1 2 05961. MLS¹201204820 Broker 541-350-3418 sq. ft. home located in tures including a cus in town and close to 541-536-1 731 Pam Lester, Principal 153053 Hwy 97, 298.45 REAL ESTATE Realty Group LLC tom staircase, river Redmond RE/MAX schools. Landscaped the heart of Prineville. D&D866-346-7868 B roker, Century 2 1 acre s m al l r a n ch. Indepcndendy 0 acd and Operatcd Land & Homes This lovely traditional rock fireplace, vaulted with a fenced yard, Bdrm, 2 bath frame Gold Country Realty, $649,000. High Lakes 3 home ceilings, gou r m et Real Estate style home has a low l o c ated in R V p a r king to o ! Inc. 541-504-1338 Realty & Pr o perty 762 m aintenance y a rd, kitchen, theatre room, MLS¹201106963 Hunting M e a dows. La Pine j $64,900 Management deluxe master suite, 12250 NW Dove Rd. Where can you find a solid wood cabinetry Homes with Acreage 2 bedroom, 2 bath lo1208 sq. ft., fenced $79,900 541-536-0117 a nd m u c h mo r e ! Custom cedar sided backyard, a t t ached c ated on .97 of a n D&D Realty Group LLC throughout, as well as helping hand? a tile entry, and lami Outstanding mtn views ¹201108773 h ome with f loor t o acre lot with 3 o ut866-346-7868 53547 Kokanee Way, 20car garage, c i ty nate w oo d fl o ors. and large farm par $570,000 Team ClarkFrom contractors to c eiling windows t o Cir c ular s e w er. buildings. $395,000. Pristine riv- water an d Century 21, Gold t ake i n t h e mt n . , yard care it's all here MLS driveway, lots of room O utstanding Val u e ! Master on the main c els s u rround t h is erfront, 2114 sq. ft. $72,000. floor and a b o n us 41.75y acres located Country Realty views. Im m aculate for your RVs and toys. Over 3000 sq. ft. 2 home. High L a kes 201207371 in The Bulletin's 541-548-2131 1841 sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 Laminate floors, ceil- level house that has room over the garage. in the heart of Powell Realty & Pr o p erty Cascade Realty, "Call A Service Wiring for AC unit is Butte with many im bath home, tongue & ing fan. great potential and is Dennis Haniford, Management MLS¹201207352 in very good condi already there, short provements in place. Price reduced 4 bdrm, 2 groove vaulted ceil- Professional" Directory Princ. Broker 541-536-0117 distance to m ovies, A variety of trees and bath, 2330 sq. ft. Mul ings, gas free stand1-541-536-1731 Pattl Geraghty, Broker tion. Daylight base and shrubs. Smooth wire tiple outbuildings and ing stove, and wood 5 A c res w / mountain 541-948-5880 464 Pinney St., 2400 ment. Huge possibili restaurants, acres with 5.6 ir accents t h roughout. sq.ft., 5 .5 4 a c r es, Just bought a new boat? We never stop moving: ties. $158,800 MLS shopping. $ 1 59,950 corrals/pasture areas 6.64 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, r igated acres a n d Completely f e n ced views. MLS ¹201108663 with steel posts and shop. $248,000. High Sell your old one in the 201207709 1620 sq.ft., irrigated, set-up for grass or Team Clarka n o v ersized h a y 4.81 acres. $385,000 36x40 shop, fenced, Lakes Realty & Prop- classifieds! Ask about our John L. Scott Real Es Century 21, storage, a large ma animals. Home has MLS¹ 201101447 erty Man a gement Super Seller rates! tate 541-548-1712 extensive s p r i nkler 541-385-5809 Gold Country chine shop, the main been extensively re Juniper Realty, 541 -536-01 1 7 system. $2 7 9 ,000. modeled and updated Realty shop has a set-up that 541-504-5393 MLS ¹2809225 Pam 4 bdrm, 3 bath frame Need to get an 14211 W hitewater 541-548-2131 can be used while and includes a bonus Lester, Principal BroMORRIS $359,900. 2947 sq.ft., home that is set up for ad in ASAP? building your dream r oom, t i l e d bat h , ker, Century 21 Gold e asy care. Yard i s REAL ESTATE newer flooring, newer BULLETIN CLASSIFIEDS Call a Pro 4 bdrm, 3 bath, cushome! $470,000 MLS Country Realty, Inc. You can place it som e Indepcndendy (hmcd and Opemtcd appliances... a great Whether you need a t om h o me . Hig h l andscaped, ¹201102008 Search the area's most 541-504-1338 online at: answer for those look Lakes Realty & Prop- grass front and back, comprehensive listing of Team Clarkfence fixed, hedges 9.33 acres in P owell ing for space! Also in erty Ma n agement, fenced dog area, cov- Warm & Welcoming. classified advertising... Century 21, e red r e a r dec k , c luded: 1 9 7 3 mf d 541-536-0117 trimmed or a house Butte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 real estate to automotive, Gold Country Realty Stone fireplace, screened party room home, currently b ath, 1928 s q . f t . , 541-548-2131 merchandise to sporting vaulted great room, 541-385-5809 built, you'll find 1 5466 R a inbow C t . , with BBQ. so much rented with great ten 3-car garage, barn, goods. Bulletin Classifieds 4 bdrm, 5.5 bath, 6266 professional help in LaPine. $1 7 9 ,000. here a real must 53089 Alps Ct., LaPine, ants! Owner terms, for shop, with RV door. Irsq.ft., short sale. PRICED T O SELL appear every day in the B uilder's custom 4 see! $259,900. MLS $239,900. 3 bdrm, 2.5 short term with large The Bulletin's "Call a rigated. $35 9 ,000 print or on line. $975,000. QUICK. Don't m iss $259 , 0 00 Service Professional" b drm, 2 ba t h , a t - 201207419 bath, 1.13 acres. Ad- down. MLS ¹ 20 1 2 037129 Cate Cushman, Call 541-385-5809 this one! $44,900 t ached garage, 1 . 1 Cascade Realty, N a t' I F o r est ¹201202706 Pam Lester, Principal Principal Broker joins MLS¹201204298 Directory acre. High Lakes Re- Dennis Haniford, Princ. Land. High Lakes Re- Team Clark - Century B roker, Century 2 1 541-480-1884 Broker D&D Realty Group LLC alty & Property Mgalty & Property Mana21, Gold Country Re 541-385-5809 Gold Country Realty, 866-346-7868 The Bulletin 1-541-536-1731 alty 541-548-2131 mnt. 541-536-0117 Serwng Ce ed Oregonstnce t903 gent 541-536-0117 Inc. 541-504-1338

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SW Chipmunk Rd. Level 5.19 acres with Snowberry Village ¹46 • Snowberry Village ¹119 Snowberry Village ¹98 mountain views. Well $88,900. 3 bdrms, 2 • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 $79,500 Beautiful 3 treed w it h s e v eral baths, 1600y sq. ft. baths, 1920 sq. ft. bedroom, 2 bath possible buil d ing 1994 Silvercrest. Liv • 2000 Silvercrest - Trisingle level home in sites. Com m unity ing room, separate plewide Snowberry V i l lage. water 8 power avail- dining room & large • Living room, family Vaulted ceilings, gas able at t h e s t reet. kitchen with e a ting room, dining room heat/A/C, 2-car gaOwner terms avail- area. Pellet s t ove, • Remodeled kitchen, rage w/shop a rea, able. $69,000 MLS¹ Huge covered BBQ w/breakfast bar front deck and cozy 201106095 deck. Large laundry • Private master suite rear patio, elevated Juniper Realty, room and 2-car at w/walk-in closet corner lot. A good buy 541-504-5393 tached garage • Master bath w/garden in a wonderful neightub 8 double shower borhood! SW D OV E R D . M t. Call Marilyn Rohaly, Broker, 541-322-9954 • Gas FA heat PLUS Marilyn Rohaly, Broker Washington & Three 541-322-9954 John L. Scott Real AC & fireplace Sisters views from this Estate, Bend • Immaculate - too John L. Scott 6.1 acre property with many upgrades to list! Real Estate, Bend power installed. Close $129,900 to t h e Des c hutes Call Marilyn Rohaly, SPECIAL River and Steelhead FACTORY New Home, 3 bdrm, Broker, 541-322-9954 Falls. $99,500 MLS¹ Garage Sales $48,900 finished John L. Scott Real 201205646 on your site,541.548.5511 Estate, Bend Juniper Realty, Garage Sales 541-504-5393

Call Linda Lou Diamond Peaks has Day-Wright, Broker, 2,888y sq.ft. home on baths. Lots of shop everything for the se5.75y acres. A area! $505,000 541-771-2585 rious vacationer Country feel but close MLS ¹201207007 Crooked River Realty and/or retiree. overto t ow n a m enities. Call Jeanne Scharlarge garage on first 31.21 Acres. Scenic Super fireplace w/rock lund, Principal Brolevel, interior boasts riverfront property on surround for a m b iker 541-420-7978 wood flooring, t i le, the Deschutes, possia nce, plus a L o p i Redmond RE/MAX 201207687. Pam carpet and wood acbility of partition into 3 Woodstove that can Land & Homes cents thr o ughout. Lester, Principal Broparcels, very private, heat the whole house. Real Estate wood stove and elec- ker, Century 21 Gold and the road is paved Great room floor plan Country Realty, Inc. almost tric heating. built for to the property. 541-504-1338 w/living room & entertaining. Vaulted Want to impress the Exc. opportunity, with kitchen having ceilings, spa c ious lots of possibilities! relatives? Remodel 4 .38 Acre v i e w l o t wide-plank floors of f amily r o om , mt n backs BLM, Cascade $350,000 MLS your home with the reclaimed pine. Disviews & ex t e nsive mtn & S m ith R o ck ¹201109809 tressed maple cabi- help of a professional l andscaping. M L S¹ Team Clarkviews. Corner lot, apnets in Kitchen with 1 from The Bulletin's 201103638 $398,000 Century 21, proved for standard 1 /2 t hi c k slat e "Call A Service Cascade Realty Gold Country septic. $199,000. MLS counters. If you like a 541-433-5678 Realty ¹2809381 Pam cozy country f e el. Professional" Directory 541-548-2131 Lester, Principal BroYou've got it!! BeauB eautiful location d i rectly o n C r escent ker, Century 21 Gold Cascade Views in Tertiful Cascade Moun- NE Bend j $695,000 Garage Sales tain Views. 2 corrals, Rare find! Vintage style Creek. This charming Country Realty, Inc. rebonne I $192,500 Good classified ads tell Snowberry Village ¹16 541-504-1338 Geneva View Rd. pond, shared lake, 3 farmhouse with mod- 2 bedroom, one bath Breathtaking views, De- SW Find them T errebonne. Le v e l the essential facts in an acres of irrigation, 2 Enjoy the carefree lifern features on 39 ir- v acation home h a s schutes River CanCanyon City, Oregon in stall barn. $375,000 rigated acres close to many new upgrades. Investment opportunity. yon, and farming val- 1.14 acres that will be interesting Manner. Write estyle at Bend's preSellers have done all 4 city tax lots totalling ley below, 5 usable easy to build on. Well from the readers view - not mier 55+ community MLS ¹201205878 town. 3 bedroom, 3 The Bulletin treed with an abunthe seller's. Convert the the hardwork. Plenty Bobbie Strome, n ear m edical a n d bath, 3731 sq. ft. Full 14.07 acres. Zoned acres with well Ideal dance o f wil d l ife facts into benefits. Show Classifieds Principal Broker shopping. Immacub asement. 2 bed - of storage with covR1. It's possible to di- building site with un- passing thro u gh. ered RV parking and the reader how the item will John L Scott Real late 3 b e d room, 2 room apartment o bstructed view s $41,500 vide the lots further. MLS¹ 541-385-5809 Estate 541-385-5500 help them in someway. bath features sepaabove garage. 4-stall lots of privacy, just Power, city water & MLS¹201205208 minutes from lakes, This r ate d i ning r o o m, Gail Day 541-306-1018 201102002 Cascade mountain barn with loft. sewer at the paved Juniper Realty, trails and Willamette advertising tip huge kitchen with is- Very open plan, with street. Mtn. & valley Central Oregon Realty views + New price at MLS¹201204031 541-504-5393 brought to you by land, master suite with French doors off livConnelley, Eco- Ski Pass. $275,000 views. Many possible Group, LLC $189,750! Imagine the Lynne MLS¹ 20 1 2 0 7074. g arden t u b , sta l l ing room area, beauBroker, ABR, CRS b uilding s ites. L o - 16621 Prairie V i ew, SW River Rd. Exc.view delight upon entering 541-433-5678 The Bulletin shower, Vaulted ceil- tiful updated kitchen 541-408-6720 y our n e w hom e ! cated in the city limits $87,000 2.79 acres. from top of property. Cascade Realty ings, wood laminate nice size dining area, of Canyon City near Sell Vaulted ceilings, open We never stop moving: wit h MLS 2.79 acres w alking large covered front FA heat & AC. floor plan. K itchen, Peaceful Lifestyle, John Day. (Sellers are ¹ 2012040933. H i g h distance to the Des- Like new 3 bdrm, 2 bath floors, decks . porch, 2 bdrm, 2 bath licensed Oregon Real Lakes Realty & Prop- chutes River & Steel- home is loaded with C overed dining a n d fa m i ly vacation rental, many $94,500. Call Marilyn & d e n . Tur n -key Cy rooms with wood deck amenitites. 4 Bdrm, Estate brokers). erty Man a gement head Falls. Hike, bike, upgrades i n c luding Rohaly, Broker, move-in condition with access. Formal living 3 bath, 1813 sq.ft., $99,900 541-536-0117 ride horses, fly fish. c ustom paint, n e w 541-322-9954 nice outside e nterwith views. M aster $245,000. Juniper Realty, Quiet 8 n atural setlighting, skylight, and John L. Scott RE taining patio & fire pit. MORRIS Alfalfa farm opportunity ting is ideal for vaca- custom 541-504-5393 suite, jette d -tub, Cate Cushman, deck i n g. 63730 Cascade VilOver 700 acres with walk-in shower, dbl Principal Broker REAL ESTATE or year round Oversized 2-car galage D r . $5 3 ,200. Nice flat lot in Terreb- 453 irrigated acres. tions 541-480-1884 sink va n it y and I dcpe dcn<1yChmcdand Opewrcd living. $49,000 MLS¹ rage with storage and Snowberry Village ¹65 C ascade Vill a g e walk-in closet. Ready onne, .56 a c r es, Producing over 2000 201009429 workshop area. 20774 • 3 bedrooms - 2 1 /2 Homes. Bend, p aved s t reet, a p - quality tons per year. for your i m mediate NEW! Five acres Juniper Realty, Livingood Way, Bend. baths - 1920 sq.ft. 541-388-0000 764 proved fo r c a p -fill Includes 2 hay barns, enjoyment. 4.80 acres 541-504-5393 with irrigation, 1540 $84,700. Ca sc a de • 1993 Silvercrest Triseptic, utilities are at 2 shops and 3 homes. with 4.60 i r rigated. Farms & Ranches Village Dr. plewide sq. ft. home. 780 the lot line. $42,000. Candice Anderson, MLS¹201205610. 775 541-388-0000 $220,000. MLS • Formal Living room, Mfd./Mobile Homes MLS 3 2 0 12001172 Broker 541-788-8878 John L. Scott 160+/- Ranch in Powell ¹201207126 Call dining room and famManufactured/ Pam Lester, Principal John L. Scott Real Estate Butte. I d eal Ranch/ with Land TRAVIS HANNAN, New Construction - 3 ily area B roker, Century 2 1 Real Estate, Bend Mobile Homes 541-548-1712 Pride of o w nership. • Beautiful kitchen with Principal Broker bdrm, 2 b ath, 1548 B arn, S h op , H a y Gold Country Realty, 541-788-3480 s q.ft., vaulted, g a s pantry & a l l a p pli-4 .2 Acre c o rner l o t Cimarron City j Snowberry Village ¹98 Barn, Equ i pment Inc. 541-504-1338 completely f e n ced. ances Redmond ReMax furnace-range-water ASTOUNDING $229,000 Shed $925, 0 00. The Highlands at Bro- CASCADE MOUNTAIN $79,500 Land & Homes Real heater, fenced, land- • Generous master suite Older mobile can be Lindel Log home on • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. MLS¹201206082 Estate $1 6 2 ,900 g arden tu b & f ixed up o r l iv e i n ken top, 10 a cres, VIEWS. Highlands, • 1 404 sq. f t . 1 9 9 9 scaped. private 2.06 acres. 3 Call Vicci Bowen while building - curMLS ¹ 201 2 07750 shower 10.28 Acres, Bend. b edroom, 2 bat h , gated, private well, Silvercrest 541-410-9730 @ rently has no value. Offered at $495,000 • Vaulted ceilings Pam Lester, Principal • Nicely landscaped 1837 sq. ft., large liv- Panoramic Mountain utilities at lot, app for Central Oregon Storage buildings and Views. 6800 Sq.ft., B roker, Century 2 1 private patio area cap-fill septic. Cate Cushman, ing room with vaulted designer colors Realty Group LLC carport. Priced to sell, 3500+ sq.ft. shop, Country Realty, • Elevated lot with some ceiling, open kitchen, $535,000. MLS Principal Broker • Gas heat and A/C. Gold owner ma y c a r ry. 5 bdrm, 7 baths, Inc. 541-504-1338 mountain views ¹ 201200937. Pam 541-480-1884 hardwood floors in the 3 bdrm/2 bath, 1500 sq. Elevated corner lot$59,900. MLS $118,500. dining area, light and 25 acres, $1,299,000. Lester, Principal Bro- nice views f t. r e modeled m f d 2907502 Cate Cushman, Call Marilyn Rohaly, ker, Century 21 Gold Newer 2003 3 bdrm/2 bright from the large home on 40 acres. • A t tached 2-car g a Cascade Realty, Principal Broker Broker, 541-322-9954 windows. 175'x275' arena, 60' Country Realty, Inc. bath turn -key home. + shop area 541-536-1 731 541-480-1884 CHECK YOUR AD • rage John L. Scott Real 541-504-1338 New appliances, lots MLS¹201207901 round pen, 3 stall barn Front deck and rear Please check your ad Estate, Bend Judy Meyers, Broker, with 24'x 100' padof upgrades, custom CUTE! 3 bedroom, 2 patio THE PERFECT on the first day it runs window c o v erings, GRI,CRS docks o f f sta l l s, SETTING bath home, close to POWELL BUTTE! 10 FOR YOUR to make sure it is cor- Call Marilyn R ohaly, front & back decks. 541-480-1922 225'x375' t urn o ut the lake on over an Broker, 541-322-9954 ACRES! V I E WS! HOME rect. Sometimes inPristine fenced court- Snowberry Village ¹16 We never stop moving: area, heated & insu- BrokenNEW acre. This is a must Custom home, spaTop, 0.53 Acres s tructions over t h e John L. Scott Real yard entry. Very open lated 12'x24' s h op, Bend concept with close to $45,000 cious & light, gour$ 94,500 Enjoy t h e see! phone are misunder- Estate, 1 2'x12' t ac k r o o m, Offered at $275,000 MLS¹201206076 c arefree lifestyle i n met kitchen, office & Cate Cushman, stood and an e rror 1500 sq. ft . 2 0 737 $149,900. MLS D&D Realty Group, llc more. $825,000. V i l lage, Principal Broker can occur in your ad. Livingood Way, Bend. Snowberry ¹ 201204056 Cas866-346-7868 Snowberry Village ¹127 Bend's Premier 55+ MLS¹201106428 541-480-1 884 If this happens to your $74,300 Cas c ade cade Realty, Dennis Call VIRGINIA, Immacuad, please contact us • 2$90,425 Village Dr. community. Haniford, Princ. Brobedrooms, 2 baths MORRIS late 3 b e d room, 2 Principal Broker the first day your ad • 1404 541-388-0000 ker 1-541-536-1731. sq. ft., 2000 SilREAL ESTATE 541-350-3418 Three Rivers South bath. Dining r oom, appears and we will Tick, Tock Lot j $10,000 huge kitchen with isIndcpc dcndyO cda dOpcw(«d Redmond RE/MAX B eautiful f ar m s t y l e be happy to fix it as • vercrest Possible owner terms. 3 Large great room, bay Land & Homes land, master s uite, home overlooking the Bring your RV & enjoy s oon a s w e ca n . window dining area Bdrm, 2 bath, 1107 Tick, Tock... Country living in Bend, arden t u b , sta l l Real Estate Crooked River Valley the amenities of Sun- Deadlines are: Week- • Front & back decks sq.ft., laminated wood g Spectacular Mtn. river Resort just min- days 11:00 noon for shower. Vaulted ceilwith 42+ acres and 24 ...don't let time get flooring, carport w/ views. 4 bdrm, 4.5 SE Bend j $639,900 acres o f i r r igation. utes away. .50-acre next day, Sat. 11:00 • Laundry room + 2 car storage, fenced, land- ings. Wood laminate away. Hire a baths, 17 acres. Oflot close to restaugarage Custom built 3054 sq. floors, FA heat & AC. a.m. for Sunday and • So ld t a stefully fur- scaped, Perfect horse propsprinkler Covered decks. fered at $1,295,000. ft., 4 b e droom, 2.5 erty including 7-stall r ants, Casca d e Monday. professional out system. $33,000. MLS MLS ¹2101203960 nished bath. Southern expo- barn with heated tack Mountains & l a kes. Marilyn Rohaly, Broker 541 -385-5809 of The Bulletin's Pam 541-322-9954 Cate Cushman, Call Marilyn R ohaly, ¹ 201205974 s ure, C ascade & room and bathroom. 2 A djoining lot i s f o r Thank you! Lester, Principal BroBroker, 541-322-9954 "Call A Service Principal Broker sale with septic sys- The Bulletin Classified Ochoco views. Living h omes included i n John L. Scott ker, Century 21 Gold R eal 541-480-1884 John L. Scott Real area w it h va u lted sale. Est a te , B e nd $1,2 5 0 ,000 tem in place. Professional" ceiling, mai n l e v el MLS¹201206434 Estate, Bend Country Realty, Inc. MLS¹201206354 541-504-1338 Directory today! Mountain views! master suite. 3 car gaBecky Brunoe, Broker John L. Scott Real EsEndless possibilities on 541-350-4772 3.39 acres with crazy 4.62 acres of serenity rage, 4.6 acres, shop, tate 541-548-1712 mountain views! We never stop moving: and privacy. Comfort- barn, pond. Minutes Views! Views! Views! Owner will carry. from town. able 3 b edroom, 2 79.69 acres with 27 $103,000. MLS¹201200550 b ath home a n d a of i rrigation. MLS¹201100748 30x40 shop with over- Sherry Perrigan, Broker acres Barn, shop, 8 guest Call Travis Hannan, 541-410-4938 sized RV door. Build Princ. Broker q uarters wit h a l your custom home We never stop moving: most 2200y sq. ft. 541-788-3480 MORRIS with brea t htaking house. $400,000 Redmond RE/MAX views of the Cascade REAL ESTATE MLS¹201200048 Land 8 Homes Mountains or enjoy as Indcpendcnrly&mcd and Operat«d Real Estate Call TRAVIS HANis. Property is fenced NAN, Principal Broand makes a g reat Two Rivers North Lots NW Dove Rd., Terrebker 541-788-3480 horse property. Very MORRIS A River Runs Through onne. Mtn. views from Redmond RE/MAX peaceful setting with It ln Two Rivers North. these 5.12 acres near REAL ESTATE Land & Homes wildlife abound. LoBeautiful 1.26, 1.45, & entrance of CRR. IoI dcp dcnly 0 cd d O p c t cd Real Estate cated approximately 6 1.84 acre river front cated in a desirable miles from Sisters in area. Save time & 771 parcels. Owner will Just too many the h i ghly d e sired consider car r ying. money with septic, Lots Sisters School DisPriced from $124,900, well & power already collectibles? t rict, with a n e a s y multi-lot discount posinstalled. $96,500 $83,500 G r eat Moun c ommute t o Red sibilities. Fish on! MLS¹ 20120135 Sell them in tain Views from Sis mond or Bend as well MLS¹201104945 Juniper Realty, as al l o f Ce n tral The Bulletin Classifieds ters to Hood lot. Seller Dana Miller, Broker 541-504-5393 is offering excellent Oregon's r e creation 541-408-1468 terms to a q u alified and beauty! $252,000 We never stop moving: 541-385-5809 buyer. Home-ID619 Get your MLS¹201205440 $74,900 Fabu l o us D&D Realty Group LLC business SE Bend - Woodside j Cascade M o u ntain 866-346-7868 Cg View .39 of an acre $899,900 G ORGEOUS mtn . lot, backs to o p en Stunning SunForest a ROWI N G views! 36+/- acres. built home in Wood- space!! Home-ID795 MORRIS Irrigated w/ s m all side on 4.2 acres plus $65,000 E a gle Crest with an ad in cabin, 1 bedroom, 1 REAL ESTATE huge RV/Garage/Of- Resort almost level bath, poss i b le I dcpcdcnlyO cd dOpc icd The Bulletin's fice. Quality through- .40 acre lot not far OWC! $2 2 5 ,000. out an d b e a utifully from Ridge S ports "Call A Service MLS¹ 201201125 maintained. Possible and Equestrian Cen 773 Professional" Call Charlie, Home - ID980 owner terms! Please ter. Acreages Designated Broker Directory call to make your ap- Eagle Crest Proper 541-350-3419 ties 866-722-3370 pointment to tour! 5 acres adjoins public R EADY T O Redmond RE/MAX BUI L D ! MLS¹201207123 Beautifully ele v ated land over Deschutes Land & Homes 5.07 acres, flat l ot, Michelle Tisdel, River. Short walk to building site a b ove Real Estate mature trees, paved P.C., Broker river. $74,900. Deschutes River Can road, 1/3 interest in 541-390-3490 Hard to f i n d P r ice MLS¹201102328 yon. Un s urpassed well, applied for stan We never stop moving: Range! 1296 sq. ft. Call Linda Lou views from this 2-acre dard septic. $99,900. Day-Wright, Broker, home on 2 a c res lot. Septic approved, MLS¹ 20 12 0 4695 541-771-2585 just north of Redw ater & p o we r a t Pam Lester, Principal Cy mond o v erlooking r oad. $89,9 0 0 Crooked River Realty B roker, Century 21 the valley below and MLS¹201207148 Gold Country Realty, 3 acres flat property Smith Rock. Call Nancy Popp, BroInc. 541-504-1338 perfect to build on. Purchaseprice$350,000,20% down, Loan amount $280,000,30yrfixed. MORRIS $99,000 ker, 541-815-8000 $59,900. MLS ¹201205979 Crooked River Realty REDMOND 2.59 REAL ESTATE MLS¹201205386 Call KELLY STARI dcpc dcn<1y(hmcd and Opcwrcd acres close to town. North Powell Butte Call Julie Fahlgren, BUCK, Broker Owner will c a rry. Acreage I 2 LOTS! Broker, 541-550-0098 $97,000 541-771-7786 MLS Tumalo j $449,000 2 buildable, rare, North Crooked River Realty Redmond RE/MAX 201100751 Ranch style home on P owell B utte C a s Land & Homes Call Travis Hannan, 15 acres in west Tucade Mountain views. 5-acre corner lot, flat Real Estate Princ. Broker malo. Co m f ortable Quiet area. & fully treed. $49,900 541-788-3480 MLS¹201109114 Jumbo purchase price /value $800,000— 20% down /equity,$640,000 loan amount. Location Location Loca 3900 sq. ft. home with Vicci Bowen 4 b edrooms 8 3 tions! 2463 sq. ft. 4 Call Nancy Popp, Bro- Redmond RE/MAX 541-410-9730 Offer valid as of date of ad, restrictions may apply. Rates/fees subject to change. Land & Homes bdrm, 3 bath home on baths. Irrigation, barn, Central Oregon Realty ker, 541-815-8000 Real Estate On Approved Credit. 3.3 acres b etween shop an d b e autiful Crooked River Realty Group, LLC Cascade M o untain Bend and Redmond. SW Canyon Dr. 1.01 acre lot that is well Nice mountain views, 1.13 acres with access Property has 3 acres views. treed. Lot 141 SW 3.09-acres. $95,950. MLS¹201207959 Swalley water and a from two streets proMLS¹201101554 Debbie Hershey, Crater Loop $40,900. fenced bac k y a r d. v iding y o u man y Broker, CRS, GRI MLS¹201105162 Call Linda Lou This home also has building site options. Day-Wright, Broker, 541-420-5170 Call Melody Curry, Broan incredible 2300 sq. Owner terms avail541-771-2585 ker, 541-771-1116 ft. insulated dream We never stop moving: data source — Corelog|c Market Trac able. $58,500 Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty s hop with 2 b a y s . MLS¹ 201106385 plenty of space for Juniper Realty, 20 acres - great views! 4.75 Acres. $169,000 RVs toys hobbies and Cg 541-504-5393 Incredible C a scade This is a w o nderful animals. inside you Mtn., Smith Rock and parcel for your cus SW Chinook Dr. will enjoy vaulted ceil v alley v i ews! T w o tom home, in d esir Crooked R i ver & ings, 2 master suites, MORRIS 10-acre parcels with able Powell B u tte. mountain views from and extra large mas REAL ESTATE well and septic apFantastic views of ev 5.68 acres l oter bath with custom proved. Great area to e rything f r o m th e this c ated on a pa v e d shower and g ranite Indcpendcn<ly (hmcd and Opcrarcd build! Bank o wned. Cascade Range, to street. Num e rous counter. $ 3 5 9,900.View Property 2.49 $134,900. Gray Butte and be MLS 201206489 trees & many building acres between Bend yond. Ready to build... sites. $225,000 MLS¹ John L. Scott Real Es 8 Redmond, 1998 You're never alone when 964 water, septic feasibil 201106408 tate 541-548-1712 home, dbl garage, Lisa McCarthy, Broker, ity, power all in place. Juniper Realty, are're doing your loan . insulated h e a ted/ SRES 541-419-8639 Adjacent p r operties 541-504-5393 Log home on 2+ acres cooled office/work- John L. Scott have nice homes and Real Es t ate, B end landscape. J o s h ua Mtn views with rustic room with full bath SW Chinook Dr. feeling, two acres irri- sep. from h ouse, Court i s d e a d-endCrooked River, Smith cul-de-sac, so there is gation. Great small concrete RV pad & Rock & mou n tain acreage w / p rivacy, several hoo k - up very little traffic. Short views. Owner terms Take care of Casey NMLS 189449 Jennifer NML5 288550 room for animals & spots. $18 0 ,000. drive t o Pr i neville, available. 6.9 acres your investments Redmond and Bend. with septic, power & your toys. Detached MLS¹201205184 shop. $264, 0 00 Call KELLY STARwith the help from MLS ¹2804050 w ell i n stalled. 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1416 sq. ft., 3 bedroom,2.5 bath, garage 8 parking for each unit. Prime NE location near hospital. Fully rented, excellent rental history, excessof $36K annual gross rents & low maintenance.

Earth Advantage home!Master and main living space on one level, open floor plan, flex space for office. Wood floors in foyer, flex space, hallways, dining, living, and kitchen. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1748 sq. ft.

1500 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath newconstruction in SE Bend.Vaulted great room with fireplace, open kitchen with island & tile counters. Front yard landscaping 8 sprinkler system, fencing 8 patio.

MLS¹201208244 (730)

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NE BENDi $199,947

Close toRiver 8 Old Mill. Privatebackyard, decks8 hottub. Great room with gas fireplace, built-ins. Granite, gas range, pantry in kitchen. Great master. Lots of storage. Maybe theBestBuyin 1'own.

MLS¹201208079 (730)





SE BENDI $182,900




New construction in SEBend. Single level, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1641 sq, ft, home onlarge loton the edgeof town backing to COI canal, Completion 3/I/13.

MLS¹201208267 (730)

New construction. 1695 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with main level master & open great roomdesign. Front yard landscaping 8 irrigation, and a 2-10 Home Buyer's Warranty. Act now&pick your colors!

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1880 sq. ft. homein Centennial Glen. Gas fireplace, 2 car garage. Located on a .10 acre fenced lot with a pati o in the back.Bankowned.

MLS¹201208113 (730)

MLS¹201207926 (730)


3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2006 sq. ft. homeon .84 of an acre lot with a well. Jetted tub, tiled shower in 2ndbathroom. Shoparea, single cardetachedgarage. Bankowned.

Quiet setting just outside of Sunriver, close to the DeschutesRiver. Well cared for homewith newer kitchen cabinets, certified woodstove & newer windows on lush I/2 acre lot. 2 car garage& shop,

MLS¹201208265 (730)

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,. ~g91H+ New construction on Bend'sWestside. 2322 sq. ft, home has3 bedrooms, denand bonusroom. Quality upgrades,fully landscaped, plus CascadeMountain Views!

MLS¹201203945 (746)

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Gorgeous Gary Normanbuilt home ona private .89 acre lot on Awbrey Butte. Exquisitecraftsmanshipand stunning viewsof thecity lights. Incredible outdoor living spacewith USGAgolf green.

Lush TumaloRanchwith 19.5 acres, 18.5 irrigated. Custom home with 4330 sq. ft., I acre vineyard, landscaped,barn,fencedgarden, orchard, andmuchmore. Great horse property!

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4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 3035 sq. ft. townhomenestled in

1.2 acres. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2125 sq. ft.

Custombuilt, sculpted cedar siding, upgraded

waterfront home with Cascade Mountain views. Multiple accessory buildings and barn, all with new roofs.

appliances. 5 acres, fenced 8 cross fenced. 3 stall barn 8 tack room. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath over 3400 sq. ft.

Big Cascade Mountain Views on this close-in 161 acre horse ranch with water rights, a half built homeand a guest cottage. Live in themanufactured homewhile

MLS¹201206445 (762)

MLS¹201206604 (746)

MLS¹201106678 (762)

637 private acres, 87 miles fromBend. BuckCreek flows year round. 2 LOP Tags for bucks8 bulls. Aspens, Ponderosas, &Rimrocks. Propane 8 solar for the cabin. Large barn for storage. Horsecorral.

MLS¹201204217 (762)



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Traditional homewith 5 bedrooms, bonusroom,

Great CascadeMountain views fromthis 3,000 sq. ft.

main level master suite, open great room, 8 gourmet kitchen. Huge windows offer sweeping views to the north & SmithRock. Hardwood & slate flooring.

home on6.75 acres.2 bedrooms,bonusroom 8 off ice. 4 acres of ThreeSisters irrigation. 40x40 barn,

5 loafing sheds, 3 car garage with shop.

the pine trees, close to the DeschutesRiver trail. Great room floor plan, vaulted beamceilings, gourmet kitchen, paver patio, water feature.

MLS¹201204049 (746)

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NE BENDI $349,000

NE BENDI $302,500

SE BENDI $284,500

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Well maintained 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2128 sq. ft.

LIVE, WORK 8 PIAYfrom this 2.2 acre property centrally located betweenBendand Redmond. Youwill appreciate the Cascade Mountain Views, the 40x60

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2762 sq. ft. Includeshighend appliances and media room. Traditional Sale.

Beautiful 5 acre parcel in Tumalo. Full Cascade Mountain views in an area ofhigh end homes.

pump. Fenced, cross fenced & 6 outbuildings.

Enjoy peace and tranquility on 2.85 private acres with Gorgeous Cascade views. Large master suite. Vaulted wood ceilings. Possible mother-in-law suite. Borders BLM.Bring your horseand toys. RVarea,

shop and thebeautifully remodeled 1912 sq, ft, home.

MLS¹201207530 (749)

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SE BENDI $199,900

home, 4.85 acres, irrigated 8 Mountain views. Nice great room floor plan, updated roof, windows 8 heat

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Immaculate, previous model home in Stonehaven!

MLS¹201207260 (748)

f//r 4 4I Great Westside location close to downtown and The Old Mill District. 2 lots with I bedroom,1 bath home. RM zoned in the historic district.

MLS¹201203906 (746)


541-610-7318 • 541-788-3678

SE BEND I $199,800

3 bedroom, 2 bath homeon 2.34 wooded acres. 3 car garage+ 2 oversized sheds 8 RV parking. Large kitchenenjoys island/snack bar. Outdoor enthusiastsexperience it all.



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QUIET SETTING.2.84 ACRE Si $179,000

NE BENDI $159,000

Large homevery close to MeadowLakesGolf Club.

Well-kept 3 bedroom, 2 bathhome! Tile floor in kitchen 8 dining, Frenchdoors topatio deckand nicely landscaped backyard with storageshed. Wine fridge

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Well-kept manufacturedhome. 2 bedroom+ den/office. Close to town 8 Prineville Reservoir. Enclosedpatio. Large detachedgarage/shop with oil furnace. RVarea 8 hook-up. Storage building/shed. 2 ponds.

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Well-cared for 1488 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2, bath home built in 2007. Nicely treed I acre lot. Vaulted ceilings, wood cabinets, tile floors in kitchen and dining room. Certified woodstove. Act now!

.26 acre Westside lot with Southern exposure. Utilities to the property.

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Flat.48 of an acre building lot on corner with canal along I side, canal flows directly into the Big DeschutesRiver. Area has boat launch 8 dock, clubhouse and road maintenance.

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Seller financing available. Fantastic elevated lot with city views; beautiful established neighborhood. NW Bend. Owner will carry up to $50,000 with $9,400 cash or possible trade for down payment.

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If it's not officially the Season of Swift, it certainly is close. With her fourth album, "Red," just out — and including "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," the first tune she's placed at No. I on the Billboard Hot 100 (though she's been in that slot six times on the magazine's country song

chart) — Taylor Swift again is proving herself one of the most energetic, creative young talents in the entertainment world today. In a month that also sees her in the running for five honors in MTV2's telecast of the MTV European Music Awards and appearing on "VHI Storytellers" (both on Nov. 11), she'll perform at the Country Music Association's 46th Annual CMA Awards as ABC televises the event from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood return as hosts, and Swift could win again, being a nominee in three categories: entertainer of the year, female vocalist of the year and (with the Civil Wars) musical event of the year. In a recent conversation with this writer, Swift talked about her jam-packed itinerary of late and her reinforced dedication toher career and her fans. • You've won seven CMA Awards, • including entertainer of the year twice, but what do you think about your scoring nominations again?


was an amazing day. Getting A'••That nominated for entertainer of the year is so thrilling, because it acknowledges the work you'vedone all over the world, and I feel grateful that I get to experiment with the music I'm making and get to grow as an artist, and country music still knows that I know that's home. That trust that has been building up over these years shows itself in the most beautiful ways, and I appreciate it so much.

It's me writing some of the songs on A'••my own, getting to co-write some of the songs with my heroes, and really getting to challenge myself in the studio. My comfort zone was writing my last album, "Speak Now," by myself and working with the same people I'd always worked with. For this, I branched out and called up people I'd never met but who I'd admired

Taylor Swift is nominated in three categories at the 46th Annual CMA Awards, airing

Thursday on ABC. from afar. You never know what you're going to walk into, and learning about other people'sstudio processes was so exciting for me. • How significant has the success of • "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" been for you? Seeing the song top the Hot 100 for A'•• three weeks was something I never really even thought of. I'd never been there before, so I didn't know what that felt like ... and it feels amazing! It's the most unbelievable thing the fans did for me, and to have it cross over and be played on all formats of radio, it's just been a dream. has it felt to have your teamQ ••How ing with B.o.B., "Both of Us," riding high on the charts at the same time?


• It's amazing to get to do really cool • side projects and departures. That was a fun collaboration, including the experience of shooting the video. It was the same thing with the "Hunger Games" soundtrack, a chance to step out of my skin and try on what it felt like to make a song that was different from what I usually do. • Your performance of "Ronan" on • the September "Stand Up to Cancer" special obviously was very emotional for you. How do you look back at that now? was devastating, just like A'•• That writing the song was, and just like

recording the song was. And just like what the song is about is. It's not easy to sing about a little boy who died before his fourth birthday, but the perfect opportunity to show the world that song was when I was contacted by Gwyneth (Paltrow, an executive producer of the special) to be a part of "Stand Up to Cancer." I very rarely write a song that's so difficult for me to get through without crying, and the fact that it saw the light of day and ended up at No. I on iTunes was probably the most unexpected outcome. I really appreciate all the fans buying it, because all the proceeds go to cancerrelated organizations, and that's going to end up being quite a donation.

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•with the itinerary you've had lately, which also included launching songs from "Red" weekly on ABC's "Good Morning America" and doing a Web chat with schools across the country? It can be exhausting, when you're A'••jet-lagged from one batch of international travel, and then you pick up and head out on the next run, but that's what I asked for. I wanted to go to Brazil and to Australia and to Europe, and the travel is worth it when you hear people with British accents singing your music, and you hear people who speak only Portuguese knowing every word to your songs. It's just an amazing feeling.

'Days of our Lives' Roman was devastated by Caroline's admission that she may have Alzheimer's. In the hospital, EJ persuaded a sedated Nicole to admit he was the father ofher baby, secretly recording her confession on his cellphone, then played it back for Sami, who tore into Rafe for lying to her. John was haunted by nightmares of Kristen, not having any idea she was about to cross his path again in real life. Later, Marlena was stunned when Kristen greeted her at a scenic overlook. 'General Hospital' Heather fell from atop "General Hospital," but Dante and McBain found thebaby safely with Sam and Jason on the rooftop. Carly returned a sentimental gift to Johnny and tested her suspicions about the nature of his marriage to Connie by kissing him. Alexis warned Sonny not to do anything stupid to get Kate to return. Anna worried about Duke's sudden disappearance, but Luke told her she was better off. Duke hoped to renew his romance with Anna on their anniver-

sary. 'The Young and the Restless' The judge dismissed the case against Phyllis, but Christine told Michael she still wanted to make Phyllis pay in civil court. Kevin was furious with Michael for putting him on the stand, and Michael confided to Lauren he wasn't sure he was loving his job as district attorney. Chelsea losther baby, a son, after she and Adam were nearly killed in an accident caused by Summer's reckless driving. Nick told Phyllis he was filing for divorce. Eden had a dream that Paul hoped would help lead them to where Ricky drowned Rachel. Summer told Noah she planned to move to New York after filing to become an emancipated minor. Jack announced that he had seized control of Newman Enterprises and was firing Victor, Nick and Victoria, then asked Billy to come work for him. Victoria urged Billy to accept the offer so he could spy on Jack.



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9 p.m. on A&E, "Parking Wars" — In the first of two new episodes, a couple of guys in Detroit park on the sidewalk to have a prayer meeting, but divine intervention isn't forthcoming when Ponytail writes them a ticket. In Providence, a bad haircut brings Johnny good luck, while Debbie plays a cat-andmouse game with a construction worker. 9 p.m. on HALL, Movie: "The Good Witch's Charm" — Catherine Bell and Chris Potter are back for the latest in this popular series of films. Bell's character, Cassie Nightingale, is now the town mayor and the mother of a newborn. She's busy and not getting a lot of sleep. But her plans for a much-needed vacation are derailed by a sudden crime wave, a nosy investigative reporter (Geordie Johnson) and her estranged foster mother (Janet-Laine Green). It's a peck of trouble for the Good Witch this time out. 9 p.m. onSYFY, Movie: "Rise of the Zombies" — Survivors of a zombie plague escape their refuge on the island of Alcatraz when it's overrun, risking the outside world to find a scientist who is rumored to have found a cure for the disease. Mariel Hemingway, LeVar Burton, Danny Trejo and French Stewart star in this new horror tale. 9 p.m. on OPBPL, "Austin City Limits" — Once again, indie rock is the order of the evening in this new episode. The Shins make their second "ACL"

appearance, performing songs from "Port of Morrow," their first studio album in five years. They're joined by the Philadelphia-based vintage-flavored band Dr. Dog, playing tunes from its latest release, "Be the Void." 10 p.m. on MAX, Movie: "Contagion" — A fast-spreading virus puts international disease experts to the test, not only to identify the cause but to prevent mass global panic, in this effective 2011 thriller from director Steven Soderbergh. In his all-star cast, he re-enlists Matt Damon ("Ocean's Eleven") as one of the first people to feel the effects of the crisis, when his wife (Gwyneth Paltrow) comes down with the illness. Jude Law and Kate Winslet also star.




9 p.m. on (CW), "Gossip Girl" — At an event with Manhattan's elite, Chuck (Ed Westwick) hopes to find the person who can tell

8 p.m. on (CW), "Hart of Dixie" — Zoe (Rachel Bilson) discovers that George (Scott Porter) is responsible for some mysterious happenings at her home, but she suspects he'sbeen sleepwalking. She wants to do a sleep study on him, although it will interfere with the plans she's made with Wade (Wilson Bethel). AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) has a plan to help Lavon (Cress Williams) win the mayoral election in the new episode "Walkin' After Midnight." Golden Brooks also stars.

8 p.m. on W gl, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" — Linus stakes out a spot in the pumpkin patch hoping to catch

him the truth about his father (Robert John Burke). Serena and Steven (Blake Lively, Barry Wat-

son) share their romantic pasts, with unexpected results. Nate (Chace Crawford) faces a difficult business decision. Georgina (Michelle Trachtenberg) urges Dan (Penn Badgley) to date someone who can help his image in the new episode "Portrait of a Lady Alexander."

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8 p.m. on W g), "Once Upon a Time" —As Regina (Lana Parrilla) struggles to stop using her magic, she has visions of what she thinks is a ghost from her past. Emma and Mary Margaret (Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin) encounter a survivor of an ogre massacre, but Emma suspects he's not telling them the truth. Josh Dallas and Jared S. Gilmore also star in the new episode "The Doctor."

9 p.m.on 53 g),"Revenge" — Emily and Victoria (Emily VanCamp, Madeleine Stowe) deal with a variety of issues as faces from the past resurface all over the Hamptons. Jack (Nick Wechsler) finds his sense of duty growing stronger. Padma (Dilshad Vadsaria) takes an action that could have a major impact on Nolcorp in the new episode "Forgiveness." Henry Czerny also stars.

10 p.m. on E3, "Hawaii Five-0" — It's Halloween, which ratchets up the weirdness for McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and the Five-0 team as they investigate a particularly gruesome murder with a ritualistic connection. The evidence indicates that this won't be the last killing, so they have to act fast in the new episode "Mohai" — Hawaiian for "offering." Scott Caan and Grace Park also star.

10:01 p.m. on W gl, "Castle" — Beckett's (Stana Katic) investigation of a gruesome ritualistic murder turns up a surprise: evidence that links Castle (Nathan Fillion) to the crime. There must be some mistake, right? That's what she'd like to think, but as more incriminating evidence surfaces, she starts to wonder how well she really knows him in the new episode "Probable Cause." Susan Sullivan also stars.

9:01 p.m. on & El , "Happy Endings" — Dave and Alex (Zachary Knighton, Elisha Cuthbert) go apartment hunting and drive their real estate agent (Rachael Harris) to distraction with their indecision. Jane (Eliza Coupe) has a similar effect on a car dealer (Rob Corddry) when she helps Penny (Casey Wilson) shop for wheels. Max (Adam Pally) shows Brad (Damon Wayans Jr.) how to spend a Saturday on the town without spendingmoney inthe new episode "Sabado Free-Gante."

10 p.m. on W gl, "Private Practice" — Sam (Taye Diggs) becomes the subject of a reality television show that sheds light not only on him but on his colleagues and their personal lives in this new episode. Sam's mother (guest star Alfre Woodard) asks him to help her ailing boss (Richard Roundtree). The search for a girl who went missing from St. Ambrose continues in "The Next Episode."

9 p.m. on FOOD, "Halloween Wars" — In the epic finale, the two remaining teams must cordially invite the judges to love their interpretation of a zombie wedding. The winner scares themselves up a $50,000 grand prize. Actress Sara Canning ("The Vampire Diaries") joins judges Tom Savini and Shinmin Li for "Zombie Wedding." Justin Willman hosts. 9 p.m. on HBO, "Boardwalk Empire" —Eli (Shea Whigham) tries to get back on Nucky's (Steve Buscemi) good side during a Thompson family reunion on Easter Sunday. Gillian (Gretchen Mol) makes a sacrifice toward a better future. Gyp (Bobby Cannavale) seeks Joe Masseria's (Ivo Nandi) blessing in the new episode "Sunday Best." Kelly Macdonald also stars.

a glimpse of the Great Pumpkin. While he continues his annual vigil, Charlie Brown discovers stones in his trick-or-treat bag, Lucy becomes maternal, and Snoopy gets moonstruck. Created by Charles M. Schulz, the special features the music of Vince Guaraldi.

8 p.m. on W, "Animal Practice" — George and Dorothy (Justin Kirk, JoAnna Garcia Swisher) are at odds over how to deal with an overweight Saint Bernard and his overindulgent owner (Peter Allen Vogt). The guys don't react well to Dorothy's plans for a weekly "snack and chat," which conflicts with their poker night in the new episode "Ralphie."

8 p.m. on (CW), "Arrow" — A night of bonding with Thea (Willa Holland) helps inspire Oliver (Stephen Amell) to get back on Laurel's (Katie Cassidy) good side. When he learns that an innocent man (Lane Edwards) has been framed for murder by one of his targets, he asks Laurel to help clear the man's name. Walter (Colin Salmon) asks an employee (Emily Rickards) to investigate a suspicious withdrawal of funds in the new episode "An Innocent Man."

10 p.m. on W gl, "Nashville" — R