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Lifeteam helicopter pilot Zechariah Smith and his Duncan, Oklaho-

ma-based flight crewreceived a call from

for threats of violence,

their company's dispatch center to pick

particularly against police and other law enforcement officials. Ismaaiyl Brinsley, the officers' alleged killer, post-

up a patient in Waurika, Oklahoma, and fly him some 40 miles to the United Regional Hospital in Wichita Falls, Texas. The medical helicopter had just returned from a flight to Oklahoma City,

ed a number of anti-police

but Smith accepted the flight, telling the

and anti-government messages online in the weeks before the killings, including one on Instagram just

dispatcher they would need 15 minutes on the ground to prepare. They picked up the passenger, a gunshot victim, at Jackson County Hospital and departed at 1:33 a.m. in clear

Thousands of female veterans are struggling to get

weather for Wichita Falls. But as Smith

fairs on the grounds they suffer from post-traumatic

hours before the officers were shot and a photo of

a pistol and bloodstained pants with the caption:

"I'm putting Wings on Pigs Today." "That seems to be the

rage here, anti-government and anti-police," Robert Boyce, the NYPD's

chief of detectives, said Monday. Police departments

across the country are moving quickly to harness

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WASHINGTONhealth care treatment and

compensation from the Department of Veterans Af-

approached the helipad 20 minutes later, he felt he was coming in too fast and

stress disorder caused

ing. As he tried to regroup for another attempt, the helicopter suddenly turned violently to the right. He would later tell

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Multiple agencies, including the FAA and NTSB, investigate the scene of a crash involving an Air Evac helicopter stationed out of Duncan, Oklahoma, on Oct. 4 in Wichita Falls, Texas. The helicopter wes transporting e patient to United Regional Health Care System from Waurike, Oklahoma, when it went down and caught fire. The

The veterans and their

advocates call it "the second battle" — with a bureaucracy they say is stuck in the past.

investigators it was the fastest he had ever spun in a helicopter. He told the crew to hang on as he patient and two crew members died as a result of the accident. tried to fly out of it. But the aircraft continued to spin, rotating at least five

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ency of these networks as tools to investigate and,

times before hitting the ground upside According to the National Transpor- Wichita Falls crash highlights many of down and exploding. The crash killed tation Safety Board, the accident was the disturbing trends in the industry, the patient, 26-year-old Buddy Rhodes. the 184th crash of a medical helicopter which has increasingly seen operators Flight nurse Leslie Stewart, 27, and in the U.S. since 1998, and the three fa- trying to cut costs on equipment and paramedic Johan van der Colff, 51, talities brought the combined death toll crews while skirting safety to maxi-

they hope, neutralize the

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to 174 patients and crew.

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just a 19-year-old Army private when she says she was locked inside a barracks room at Fort Devens

in Massachusetts, forced to the cold floor and raped by a fellow solider. See Veterans/A4

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Most of us wish we could use a Get Out of Jail Free card from time to time. For people who receive cancer diagnoses, the decision whether or not to use the cancer card can be tricky.

HISTORY Highlight:In1964, the Cleveland Browns defeated the Baltimore Colts 27-0 to win the NFL Championshi pGame playedat Cleveland Municipal Stadium. In1831,naturalist Charles Darwin set out on a round-theworld voyageaboard the HMS Beagle. In1904, James Barrie's play "Peter Pan:TheBoyWho Wouldn't Grow Up" openedat the Duke ofYork's Theater in London. In1927, the musical play "Show Boat," with music byJerome Kernandlibretto by Oscar Hammerstein II, openedat the Ziegfeld Theater in New York. In1932, NewYork City's Radio City Music Hall first opened. In1945, 28 nations signed an agreement creating the World Bank. In1947, the original version of the puppet character Howdy DoodymadeitsTV debuton NBC's "Puppet Playhouse." In1949, QueenJuliana of the Netherlands signed anact recognizing Indonesia's sovereignty after more than three centuries of Dutch rule. In1968,Apollo 8 and its three astronauts made a safe, nighttime splashdown in thePacific. In1979,Soviet forces seized control of Afghanistan. President Hafizullah Amin, whowas overthrown andexecuted, was replaced by BabrakKarmal. In1985, Palestinian guerrillas opened fire inside the Rome and Vienna airports; 19 victims were killed, plus four attackers who were slain by police and security personnel. American naturalist Dian Fossey,53, who had studied gorillas in the wild in Rwanda, wasfound hacked to death.

In1994, four RomanCatholic priests — three Frenchand a Belgian —were shot to death in their rectory in Algiers, a day after French commandos killed four radicals who'd hijacked an Air France jetfrom Algiers to Marseille. In2007,opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated during a suicide bomb attack in Pakistan following a campaign rally. Ten years ago: Thedeath toll continued to rise in southern Asia in the wake of ahuge tsunami triggered by amonster earthquake underneath the Indian Ocean.Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko declared victory in Ukraine's fiercely contested presidential election. In anaudiotape, a man purported to beOsama bin Laden endorsedAbu Musab al-Zarqawi as his deputy in Iraq and called for a boycott of January's elections. Five years ago:Iranian security forces fired onTehran protesters, killing at least eight and launching a newwave of arrests. One year ago:Connecticut police released thousands of pages from their investigation into the Newtown massacre, providing the most detailed and disturbing picture yet of the Dec. 14, 2012, shooting

at Sandy HookElementary School that left 20 first-graders and six educators dead.

BIRTHDAYS Actress Charmian Carr ("The Sound of Music") is 72. ABC News correspondent Cokie Roberts is 71. Rockmusician Mick Jones (Foreigner) is 70. Actor Gerard Depardieu is 66. Rock musician David Knopfler (Dire Straits) is 62. Actress Eva LaRue is 48. Former professional wrestler and actor Bill Goldberg is 48. Musician Matt Slocum is 42. Actor Wilson Cruz is 41. Singer Olu is41. Actress Emilie deRavin is 33. Rock singer Hayley Williams (Paramore) is 26. Country singer Shay Mooney is 23. — From wire reports

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es his treatment because I'm

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writing him a speeding ticket? I might be costing him his life.

If you are dealt a crummy hand, you might find yourself playing the cancer card — even if other people object. I've come to believe that in certain cases, I not only could but should play the C card. Before my mother died, I regularly needed to respond

Do I want that on my head?

That could send me straight to hell." Cancer lets Schimmel off the hook; it is "the ultimate

Get Out of Jail Free card."

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For others, the C card stands

receive the reparations sent to many Jews forced to flee the

forcarpe diem. Whether you love fly-fishing, pedicures, rock music, photography, Bora Bora, playing with the dog, drinking, bowling or bowling while drinking, after a cancer diagnosis you may finally find the time to follow your de-

Nazis. Filling out the certifi-

sires. Mine are sedentary and

cate — it was called the Lebensbescheinigung, or "proof of being alive" - always tripped me into irrationally

luckily inexpensive: reading, writing, cooking for my chil-

to an official document from

the German government. A notary public had to certify her existence so she would

dren and stepchildren when

they come to stay, visiting with friends, trembling with my husband through college basketball games on television. Throughout my mother's perilous passage from Nazi Germany to America, she had

intense distress, and not only because it reminded me of her

displacement. When, two months after the

funeral, she was sent a proofof-being-alive form, I threw it in the trash. That was the first

been tormented by the need for certification: the official

time I played the C card. I had no wish to keep the money illicitly, but somehow mailing a

seals on identity cards and work licenses, the red tape of

permits and passport applications, the multiple copies of

letter with a death certificate

felt deeply repugnant. At a later date, I simply returned a check with a Post-it record-

ing her date of death. Cancer served as my excuse for not

responding properly. The word "Lebensbescheinigung" reminds me that I am the one who, given enervating cancer treatments, sometimes needs to prove to myself that

I am alive. Although medicalprotocolsexert enormous control over my existence, the

affidavits of sponsors. Once

here, on paper (in file cabinets, then overflowing into James Steinberg/The New YorkTimes piles stacked everywhere in After the diagnosis, cancer can serve many purposes — an excuse for ice cream, a motivation to go her apartment) but also (thank fly-fishing, a reason to not do just about anything. goodness) in person, she finally established and relished abundant proof that she was teering for a patient advoca- were speeding to the hospital ing: "Damn. This guy looks fully alive. cy group. But if you have lost when a policeman stopped like," followed by an expletive. The hand my mother had your prediagnosis occupa- them. Schimmel imagined What if he's dying, chemo's been dealt was far worse than tions and your life is a gamble, what the officer was think- his only hope, and he miss- mine. the C card can additionally serveas a licenseto disregard

C card offers me a chance to exploit cancer for my own theconsequences. purposes. I have played it quite Why worry about your a bit: to not participate, to not cholesterol or a savings actravel, to not stay on the phone count'? Why not go ahead and with my recriminatory aunt, reserve a weekly table at the to not do or say or eat any- best ice cream parlor in your thing I don't want to do or say neighborhood or p urchase or eat, to split infinitives. I can

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relate to Melville's Bartleby long cruise of Alaska while the scrivener: I frequently pre- you can still enjoy it? Instant fer not to. gratification, generally deridMany people living with ed as shortsighted, can make cancer use it as a ticket to re-

sense to cancer patients who

form their lives, for example, by delegating stressful responsibilities. It gives them permission to engage in productive enterprises like starting a walking regimen or volun-

may also exploit the sympathy elicited by the visible effects of treatment.

According to a memoir of stand-up comedian R obert

Schimmel, he and his wife

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Syrian boyescapes

PROFILE SAM KASS

Obamas' personalchefhangsuptheapron Islamic State'shold

By Darlene SupervIlle

President Obama said Sam Kass "has grown from a close friend to a critical member of my team" and has left

The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — P oliti-

cal advisers, chiefs of staff, press secretaries and national security advisers have

come and gone in the nearly six years Barack Obama

e

By Tim Arango

"an indelible mark on the White House."

h

has been p r esident. N ow,

Obama's personal chef is waving goodbye. Sam Kass has been a fixture at the executive man-

will be disappointed.

sion, serving up nutrition policy alongside meals for Obama, his wife, Michelle, and daughters Malia and Sa-

" This a d m i nistration i s very committed to nutrition

sha. He was not only their

said Margo Wootan, a nutrition lobbyist for the Center

and obesity prevention. That commitment runs very deep,"

personal chef but a senior adviser for nutrition policy, Charles Dharapak/The Associated Pressfile photo giving him a seat at the table First lady MIchelle Obama stands wIth Sam Kass, White House where administration offi- Senior Policy Adviser for NutrItion Policy, before they make cials hashed out everything salads from vegetables harvested from the White House garden from updated food labels to

new requirements for healthier school lunches.

Kass, a newlywed, is leaving the White House at the end of the month, but don't ask him what the Obamas

like or don't like to eat. "Top secret," he said.

for Science in the Public In-

terest, who has pushed for healthier school meals. Despite her group's issues

with students from the area in the State DIning Room of the White House in Washington. President Barack Obama's personal chef Is leavIng after nearly six years in whIch, unlike any assistant White House chef before him, he cooked up policy alongside hIs meals. whom he wore a third hat as executive director of her

"I love this family and be- anti-childhood obesity camlieve in everything the presi- paign, Kass sometimes travdent and first lady are doing, eled with Obama and joined and this has been the greatest his weekend or vacation golf job of my life and I assume o utings. Obama, i n tu r n , will be the greatest job of my blocked out several hours on life," the 34-year-old Chicago his busy schedule to attend native said in an i nterview. Kass' late-August wedding. "But I'm going to be with Obama said Kass "has my wife. Once you're mar- grown from a close friend to a ried, you kind of need to be critical member of my team" together." and has left "an indelible Kass' wife, MSNBC host mark on the White House." Alex Wagner, is based in Mrs. Obama praised Kass' " extraordinary l egacy o f New York City. Kass' relationship with the progress," which she said inObamas started when they cludes healthier food options hired him to cook healthier in groceries, more nutritious meals for the family in Chica- school lunches and initiatives go before the 2008 elections. to improve how food is marMichelle Obama was a vice keted to kids. president at the University Unlike any W h ite House of Chicago Medical Center chef before him, Kass helped and caring for young daugh- m ake decisions with f a r ters, while Obama was a U.S. greater potential consequencsenator spending most of his es than whether the president's veggies, which Kass time in Washington. But the relationship sprout- often plucked from the first ed well beyond the profes- lady's garden on the South sional. Besides Kass' tireless Lawn, should be steamed or work for Mrs. Obama, for sauteed.

captured as sex slaves by the Islamic State, also known BAGHDAD — Before war as ISIS or ISIL. Young boys convulsed his hometown in have been given rifles and Syria, Usaid Barho played told to staff checkpoints or soccer, loved Jackie Chan patrol neighborhoods — or movies and adored the beau- have been recruited, as Ustiful Lebanese pop singer aid was, to become suicide Nancy Ajram. He dreamed bombers. of attending college and beIn the areas it controls in coming a doctor. Iraq and Syria, the Islamic His life, to say the least, State has established centers took a detour. for the military and religious On a recent evening in training of children. Baghdad, Usaid, who is 14, One of the group's videos, approached the gate of a depictinga camp near MoShiite mosque, unzipped his sul, in northern Iraq, calls jacket to show a vest of ex- the children the "cubs of the plosives, and surrendered caliphate." At the camphimself to the guards. named for the brutal lead"They seduced us to join er of al-Qaida in Iraq, Abu the caliphate," he said sever- Musab al-Zarqawi, who was al days later in an interview killed by an American airNew Yorh Times News Service

with the lunch standards, Pa-

tricia Montague, the School

with The New York Times at a secret Iraqi intelligence site

Nutrition Association's chief

executive, said Kass and "Let's Move," the first lady's anti-childhood obesity initiative, played "an important The school lunch changes role in promoting healthier have led Mrs. Obama into a lifestyles for children both at public spat with the School school and at home." N utrition A s s ociation, a n Kass will stay involved industry-backed group that with "Let's Move," along with represents school cafeteria broader efforts to improve workers and food compa- childhood n u t r i t ion , the nies that sell to schools. The White House said. group has lobbied Congress Testifying to Kass' committo weaken the standards, ar- ment, former colleague Krisguing they are a burden on tina Schake said Kass spent financially pinched districts weekends living the work and a big reason why kids are he did at the White House, throwing their lunches into including v i siting f a r ms, the garbage. farmers markets and food A House Republican-led purveyors. "He can talk about differeffort to allow some districts to ignore the new lunch stan- ent types of lettuce the way dards altogether failed to other men talk about sports advance in Congress, but re- teams," she said. quirements for more whole Kass said his plan after grains in school foods will be leaving the White House is to eased instead. get some sleep, and "I guess The fight over the broad- I'll also be the chef for my er standards is expected to wife." heat up again next year when As for who will prepare Republicans, who are sym- Obama's dinners going forpathetic to the association's ward, Kass said the White arguments, will control both House kitchen staff has it houses of Congress. covered. Nutrition advocates say — Associated Press writer anyone who hopes these isMary Clare Jalonick sues will disappear with Kass contributed to this report.

strike in 2006 — children are

shown doing physical fitness exercises and reciting the Quran, while an instructor explains that they are being

where he is being held. Usaid described how he had been recruited by the Sunni extremists of the Is-

trained to fight "hate-filled Shiites." his hometown, Manbij, near The United Nations wrote Aleppo. He said he joined the in a report last month, "ISIS

lamic State from a mosque in group willingly because "I believed in Islam."

prioritizes children as a vehicle for ensuring long-term

and abuse of children. Thou-

wanted to be reunited with

sands of them have been killed or maimed through indiscriminate bombings, in crossfir e and,in some cases, executions. Young girls from minority groups, especially Yazidis in Iraq, have been

his family in Syria, but the Iraqi authorities have not tried to reach them. The intelligence officer who has been interrogating him said

"They planted the idea in loyalty, adherence to their me that Shiites are infidels ideology and a cadre of deand we had to kill them," he voted fighters that will see said in the interview, which violence as a way of life." took place in the presence of The United Nations has an Iraqi intelligence official. released a catalog of horIf he did not fight, he was rors inflicted on children by told, Shiites would come and the Islamic State. In Raqqa, rape his mother. Syria, the militants' de facto He soon found himself capital, the group has gathin Iraq, but he quickly had ered children for screenings misgivings and wanted to of execution videos. It has escape. His best chance, he forced children to p articidecided, was a risky decep- pate in public stonings. And tion: volunteer to be a suicide in many of the group's grisbomber so he could surren- ly execution videos, childertosecurity forces. dren are seen among the The wars in Syria and audience. Iraq have set grim new stanW hat happens now t o dards for th e e xploitation Usaid is unclear. He said he

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anun- er o tec ni ue

Heli

crash fit the description of an and saythat raises a safety con- LTE problem. "The 206 is an ~ that cern, because allbusinessmodels, for-profit and not-for-profit, is a little more prone to that," have to pay attention to reve- said Guy Maher, who spent 24 nues and expenses," said Rick years as a HEMS pilot and now Sherlock, president and CEO of consults on helicopter safety the Association of Air Medical issues. "If you know the limServices. "You have to operate itations of the equipment and in a way that's sustainable." you thinkahead ofwhatyou're Sherlock said HEMS oper- doing, (it's manageable). But it's atorshave invested between always when someone is trying $500 million and $700 million to push it a little bit that they'll in safety equipment and train- get themselves caught in the siting, induding adding night-vi- uation and when they try to get sion goggles, helicopter terrain out of it, they hit the limits of the awareness and warning sys- aircraft." tems, flight data monitors and Maher said when operators dual-access autopilots. buy and refurbish old aircraft, "2008was atoughyear in the often little more than the airindustry," he said. "But I think frame is left from the original the commitment of the indus- model. "It's really like a Mr. Potato try to safety is one that's very strong." Head. You connect all these The numbers suggest the parts to the frame and the parts industry has made gains on have time-limited restrictions," safety. From 1999 t h rough he said. "Sometimes it's noth2008, there were at least 10 ing more than a roll-cage with crashesper year,killing any- the serial number on it. So a where from three to 28 people 30-year-old helicopter, it would per year. Since the NTSB held be incredi bly rare to have any a four-day hearing on HEMS critical component on that airsafetyin 2009 and issued rec- craftbe 30years old." to a specific business model

Continued from A1 Fueled by high reimbursement rates and scant regula-

tion, the rapid growth of the helicopter EMS industry over the past 15years has transformed

what many consider a life-saving service into an industry fraught with safety concerns but little oversight.

"It's sort of theperfect storm,"

said Dr. Michael Abernethy,

chief flight surgeon for University of Wisconsin Health's Med Flight. "It's great money, it's unregulated and there's really no utilization criteria."

Growthindustry W hile neither of th e t w o

CentralOregon airambulance services, the for-profit AirLink C ritical Care T r ansport i n Bend or the not-for-profit Life-

Flight in Redmond, have experienced any helicopter crashes since 1998, the addition of a second operator in 2012 created a competitive market, mir-

roring some of the trends seen

nationwide. Prior t o 2 0 02, h elicopter ommendations for the indus-

Marcella Corona/ Reno Gazette-Journal via The Associated Press

Severalgoats munch on e Christmas tree in Reno,Nevada. The goats are owned by Vince Thomas,

founder of Goat Grazers, who alongwith his 40 goats are teaming up with the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District to help recycle Christmas trees and keep them out of Iendfills.

By John M. Glionne Los Angeles Times

Fire

P r o t ection Di s t r i ct

" They'll eat it al l —

the

prospective candidates, the de-

mand for more pilots has led

weed," she told the Times. "They prefer to eat it before it flowers, so it doesn't have a

ment and invest in training and

chance to spread." And best of all, she added,

safety. "It did almost the opposite," Abernethy said. "Com-

medical bay supervisor with Company documents post- PHI Air Medical Group in Clined online by Air Evac, which ton, Missouri. "The military dedined multiple requests for isn't turning out as many pilots,

panies figured out that there

an interview, indicate the com-

are no stipulations to get this reimbursement. If we go on the cheap, if we started flying single-engine helicopters and using minimally experienced

pany flies more than 100 Bell as many hours." 206L helicopters, and many apWilliams stressed, howev-

crews,we could save a hellofa

at least 20 helicopter accidents

goats corralled, which he moves as they buzz-saw the

landscape. "One of their favorites is the i n vasive white t op

keep Christmas trees out of the landfill and to reduce

so they don't immediately defecate in the field and allow

(bare) branches." illegal dumping along with Thomas is spending Frieliminating what might oth- day driving to different fire erwisebe a fire danger,fire- stations to pick up trees for fighters say. his goat herd. "Goats have all kinds of

fire hazard uses — eating old Christmas trees is just one of them," Amy Ray, fire marshal for the Truckee Meadows district, told the Los An-

goats have multiple stomachs, the seeds to spread that way.

Thomas, 52, saw how the goats kept his daughter's lawn free of weeds. He did

some research and found work the holidays. Ray said that the pine needles from But the animals don't just

Thomas' goats have been

Christmas trees act like a

ators have added hundreds of

along the Sierra's eastern front.

wide over the past decade. Accordingto the Atlas 5 Database

them."

Holiday retail salesonline hit a record after early promotions Bloomberg News

SAN FRANCISCO — Ama zon.com and o t her W e b

ing with delivery companies. "So far, it looks like everything went really well." On Christmas Day, con-

retailers sold more products sumers went online to buy than ever this holiday season, music, applications and other boosted by early promotions contentfornew smartphones and investments in delivery and tablets they received as systems that helped avoid the gifts. Online spending inwidespread shipping snags of creased 8.3 percent Thursday last year. from a year earlier, IBM said Online shopping is on pace Friday. That compares with to rise 16 percent to $61 bil- last year's Dec. 25 growth lion for the November to De- rate of 17 percent. cember period,according to Amazon.com's sales rose researcher ComScore Inc., 20 percent from Nov. 27 to with retailers benefiting from Dec. 21, outperforming the lower unemployment rates, broader industry's growth higherconsumer confidence rate of 14 percent in the same and a decline in oil prices that period, according to Channehas left shoppers with more 1Advisor Corp., a consulting to spend on gifts. The total firm that helps retailers inincludes $7.9 billion in mobile crease sales. sales, ComScore said. The Seattle-based reAmazon.com, the world's tailer is projected to have biggest I n t ernet r e t a iler, fourth-quarter revenue of hired more workers and $29.7 billion, up 16 percent opened new distribution cen- from a yearearlier,accordters, extending its reach to ing to the average of anaget goods to customers fast- lysts' estimates compiled by er.United ParcelService and Bloomberg. FedEx also stepped up hiring, M ore t ha n 1 0 mi l l i o n updated their technology and new customers this holiinvested in infrastructure to day season tried A m azon absorb the growth. Consum- Prime, thecompany's $99 ers shopped earlier, respond- annual subscription that ofing to pre-Thanksgiving pro- fers delivery discounts and motions and not splurging at video streaming, Amazon the last minute — something a nnounced t o day. T h o se that contributed to last year's enrolled in Amazon Prime delivery delays. spend more on average than "Shoppers were aware of other customers. last year's problems, and the Amazon prepared for the e-commerce companies and holiday crush this year by shipping companies were hiring 80,000 seasonal workprepared," said JarrettStree- ers,up from 70,000 lastyear. bin, chief executive officer of It also operated 15 sorting EasyPost, a San Francisco centers — up from eight last company that helps retailers year — where packages are coordinate labels and track- organized by ZIP code and

trucked to post offices for the final mile of delivery. The new sort centers helped

Amazon reach more customers with Sunday deliveries, spreading orders over a greater number of days. EBay's sales growth from the day after Thanksgiving to Dec. 22 lagged behind the industry at 10 percent, according to ChannelAdvisor. Analysts predict the San Jose, California-based company will report sales for the current quarter of $4.94 billion, up 9.1 percent from a year earlier, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. "Expectations were very low for EBay," said Scot Win-

go, chief executive officer of ChannelAdvisor. "Longterm, EBay has to do some-

thing to right the ship." Smaller companies helped fuel the jump in e-commerce this season by investing in technology and embracing the Web t o

e x pand t heir

reach. Sport Chalet Inc., a sport-

ing-goods chain with about 50 stores in California, Nev ada, Arizona an d U t a h , o ffered e x c lusive o n l i n e

discounts this year for the first time, said Don Delzell,

director of online sales. The retailer realized it could alter online deals on its websites

in a matter of hours, while changing promotions at all of its stores can take several

days, because of the need to replace signs. "It gives us the ability to re-

act quickly to changes in the competitive environment," he said.

Older aircraft

many to lower that standard. " Some c o mpanies h a v e

dropped back to 1,500 or 1,200. They've lowered the minimums, and it's purely out of

necessity," said Kurt Williams, president of the National EMS Pilots Association and an air

Air Evac in 2010.

pear to have colorful pasts.

and the ones they do don't have er, that there was no definitive

According to data provided link between flight hours and by the NTSB, Air Evac has had accidents, and certainly pilots with thousands of flight hours

lot of money." since 1998, 18 of which involved have crashes as well. AccordAs a result, for-profit oper- the Bell 206 model. Of those, 14 ing to the preliminary NTSB

used in other seasons to help natural de-wormer, high in graze in areas with weeds vitamin C, "so it's healthy for

geles Times. They do such a good job, "They're able to get into ar- they make the 16-year fireThe program is the brainchild (or, in goat terms, brain eas that machines and land- fighting veteran look good. "Goatare greatemployees; kid) of Truckee Meadows scapers aren't," she said. "All Fire Protection District vol- the rocky terrain, hills, val- they love their job and they don't complain," Thomas unteer Vince Thomas, who leys and heavy brush." created a business he calls She said Thomas erects said. "They think I'm the best Goat Grazers to employ the an electric fence to keep the boss in the world."

By Spencer Soper

Pilotshortage

the online helicopter database,

in Nevada began using a pine needles included unique — not to mention en- and leave the skeleton of the vironmentally s u s t ainable tree," Thomas, a longtime — method of recycling the volunteer firefighter, told the symbol of Christmas. Pine Times. "It basically looks like needles and all. Charlie Brown's Christmas. The program's goal is to Nothing left but a scrawny tree that has nothing but the

a problem with the helicopter."

flect the true costs of running Helis.com, that aircraft was a high-quality helicopter EMS built in 1981 and sold to Nigeria, program. where it was flown for 25 years. In 2002,Medicare more than In 2006, the helicopter was regdoubled its payment for air istered in the U.S. by Heliworks ambulance transport, expect- Leasing of Wilmington, Deling that the increased reim- aware, before being acquired bursement would help HEMS and presumably refurbished to programsupgrade theirequip- serve as an air ambulance by

— Vince Thomas, owner of Goat Grazers

Friday marked the first day the Truckee Meadows love Christmas trees.

ganization, more than there is

rates to more accurately re-

and they don't complain. They think I'm the Nevada, there are sounds to best boss in the world."

family's 40 goats. And coincidentally, they

When asked about the 18 Air Evac crashes involving the 206 model, Maher said, "That jumps out to me that there is a cultural problem within the or-

required. After much lobbying by hospitals, Medicare officials agreed to rebase payment

Christmas is already a

memory. And around Reno,

eating Christmas trees.

Hospitals often lost money on the operation but made up for it with payments for the extensive trauma care these patients

try,accidents have remained in the single digits all but one year. Still, 2010 and 2013 were badyears forthe industry, combining for 21 accidents and 38 deaths, leading many to wonder whether any permanent gains have been made.

The rapid growth in HEMS has also put pressure on the The Air Evac helicopter that supply of helicopter pilots. crashed in Wichita Falls, for ex- Where 10 to 15years ago operaample, was a single-engine Bell tors generally required 3,000 or 206 Longranger. According to more hours of flight time from

"Goat are great employees; they love theirjob

prove it. They go something like this: munch, munch, munch. They're goats. And they're

emergency medical services, or HEMS, programs were mainly owned and operated by hospitals, flying medium-sized twin-engine helicopters with experienced emergency physicians and critical care nurses.

new HEMS programs nation-

involved aircraft built between 1975 and 1983 that were at

least 25 years old at the time of their accidents. Many of those

of Air Medical Services, in Oc- helicopters were bought used, tober2003,therewere 545 heli- stripped down and refurbished copters flying out of 472 HEMS with new components to serve bases in the U.S. By September as air ambulances. "Whenyou're haulingpeople 2014, those numbers had nearly doubled, with 1,020 helicopters

for exorbitant amounts of mon-

report, the pilot in the Wichita

Falls crash had logged about 1,810 total flight hours, of which 1,584 were in helicopters and 214 in the Bell 206 model. Air Evac lists a minimum of 2,000 hours required in several

HEMS pilot job postings on its website and is accreditedbythe Commission on Accreditation

ey, they should expect some- of Medical Transport Systems, more medical helicopters than thing better than a 33-year-old a voluntary accrediting body. all of Canada or Australia. And aircraft," Abernethy said. "But The group generally requires annual Medicare spending on it's a lot cheaper. Something pilots to have a minimum of HEMS transport between 2002 like that could be had for 2,000 flight hours, but it does and 2009 grew434percent. $700,000, whereas the EC135 list some exceptions. Now more than a third of that we fly could cost $7 to $8 The bigger concern may be HEMS programs are owned by million. Quality costs money." how much authority pilots have three large for-profit operators: The NTSB has warned that to decline flights in questionPHI Air Medical, Air Methods the Bell 206 is particularly sus- able conditions. "Pilots are fairly well inCorporation and Air Medical ceptible to a problem known as Group Holdings, the parent loss of tail rotor effectiveness, sulated — a n d d e liberately company of Air Evac Lifeteam. or LTE, that can cause the air- so — from the medical side of In 2004, only 41 percent of craft to spin uncontrollably the condition. We just need to the U.S. HEMS fleet consisted to the right. After the Wichi- know how many people and of single-engine helicopters. By ta Falls crash, pilots posting the location," said Bill Conklin, 2014, single-engine aircrafl out- on online helicopter bulletin chief pilot at AirLink in Bend. numbered twin-engine mod- boards said the details of the Continued next page at 846bases.Some stateshave

els 513 to 485, and that trend

is being driven primarily by for-profit operators. But as the number of helicopters flying increased, so did thenumber ofcrashes.In 2008,

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weather." But HEMS operators typically have high fixed costs that account for up to 80 percent of a base's monthly expensmemberships toprovide amore stable revenue base, operators generally don't get paid unless theytransport patients. "Unfortunately, everybody

lidy owned HEMS services, the state had left the task of pro-

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and theirbottom line. "Every operator has different

resources and different abilities to pay for the amount of technology that is now being put on the hospital faster or being able helicopters. And so those that to provide care en route in a he- have more resources are doing licopterthat is beyond the capa- it more quickly than those with bilities of a ground ambulance. less resources," said Dr. David A recent analysis in Arizona, Stuhlmiller, chairman-elect of however, found that nearly half the Air Medical Transport secof patients transported by heli- tion of the American College copter weren't even admitted of Emergency Physicians. "But to the hospital, suggesting their now those who can't afford to injuries weren't all that severe. comply will no longer exist." Andy Zeigert/The Bulletin

by the dollar and it's not look-

ing at the bigger picture. You don't have to take that flight. They can take somebody by ground if the weather is iffy." There is similar pressure on

vices into new areas, much of likely to call their friend. the growth represents a dupliThe profit-driven environcation of services in large met- ment meant HEMS operators ropolitan areas. With so many often flew patients who could competitors, operators can't af- have been safely transported mechanics, he said, to complete ford topass up a flight. by ground, costing both pa"It's a for-profit business. tients and taxpayers thousands maintenance quickly and get You've got to face the facts. of dollars pertrip. the helicopter flying again. "The more downtime you You're puttinga $2to $3million In Bend, AirLink conducts have, the less revenue you helicopter in service, and you strict reviews of each flight make, so mechanics are un- have to pay the bills," Williams to consider whether the flight der incrediblepressure now to said. "When there is such a was medically necessary and perform as much as the pilots," huge number of competitors in works to educate EMS proMaher said. "Get it done fast, a limited market, every single viders on what conditions are get it done cheap and don't let flight counts." appropriate to fly. If an Airthe other guy beat you to it. It's When the NTSB held hear- Link crew flies to the scene of like the Wild West out there. ings on HEMS safety in 2009, accident and the crew realizes Somebody's got to stop it." the agencyheard of rampant that patient can be safely drivTarek Loutfy, director of problems stemming from this en by ground ambulance, they safety fo r M e t r o A v i ation, ultra-competitive environment. are encouraged to fly back to which owns AirLink, said their Helicopters were flying in bad their base empty. Even though pilots know they'll get support weather, stealing dispatch calls AirLink loses money on that from management when they from other operators and flying flight, program manager Kevdecide conditions aren't safe. to accident scenes even when in Schitoskey gives his crew a "Instead of you pushing your no one had called them in. Starbucks gift card every time luck trying to save a patient, Some operators would accept they make that call. "I think it's important for you might end up making four a second dispatch callbefore more," he said. "It's not worth they had completed their first, those guys to make those degamblingto make a buck and leading to unnecessary delays cisions solely on patient care. then ending up on somebody's in transporting patients. 0th- I want to promote an organidoorstep telling their family ers would create close ties with zational culture that promotes theywon'tbecoming home." ground EMS services, even the right tools for the right job," While the recent expansion hiring an ambulance compa- Schitoskey said. "If we're flyof the HEMS industry has ny's staff member knowing ing somebody with a (minor brought airambulance ser- theparamedicswould be more foot injury), they're not avail-

able for a higher acuity patient that needs them. We do have an obligation to serve Central

Oregon." In order to avoid the competitive dynamics between AirLink

and LifeFlight, local EMS providershave devised protocols for when to call for air transport

and what service to fly. "We've worked really close-

"There are patients that they

Others believe the industry

are transporting to hospitals is fighting regulations to keep algorithm so that the most ap- that we wouldn't have remotely them from eating into profit propriateair resource comes, considered just 10 years ago," margins. Even beyond safety and I think that's worked out Abernethy said. "Right now, equipmentand other changes well," said Doug Kelly, division the utilization criteria are so under the new FAA rules, opchief at Redmond Fire and vague that almost any flight (is erators must invest in training, staffing and other quality imRescue and chairman of the covered)." It's resulted in some scenar- provement measures — all of Deschutes County Ambulance ly with dispatch to create an

Service Area advisory committee. "Rather than choosing one

ios that strain the limits of cre-

which costs money.

provider over the other, we've HEMS services on behalf the

"Everybody is always worried about spending money, but

Oklahoma State Department

what is the cost of an accident?"

taken the standpoint of, 'Let's

dulity. A 2012 assessment of

get the closest resource there.'" The lack of such regional

of Health, for example, cited a case in which a ground ambucoordination in other parts of lance crew handed off a patient the country as well as the fiscal to a helicopter crew at a trauma pressuresto fly a certain num- scene and then met the helicopber of patients per month mean ter at the landing pad after the HEMS operators could be fly- flight to transport the same paing patients for whom there is tient to the receiving center. That review, authored by little benefit over ground transport. Benefits could indude emergency physicians at the getting patients with time-sen- University of Oklahoma School sitive injuries or conditions to of Community Medicine, also

asks Denise Landis, critical care and transport manager for the University of Michigan's Survival Flight program and a board member of the Association for Critical Care Trans-

port. "So for me, it comes down to the dollar. I hate to point the

finger, but you don't know how people want to invest." — Reporter: 541-617-7814, mhawryluk@bendbulletin.com

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014

STATE NEWS Newport

oca eensea orne iSSuS en e

John Day

By Cleire Withycombe

several appearances in court between September 2013 and

The Bulletin

Local defense attorney

• John Bay:Loggers and environmentalists cometogetherfor forest health,B3 • Newport:Geologist warns OSUnot to build marine studies building in tsunami zone,B3

Have a story idea or sudmission? Contact us!

January 2014. In one case,

Foster Glass has been temporarily suspended from the Oregon State Bar for con-

sistently failing to appear at court hearings, records from the Oregon State Bar show.

Glass and his client failed to appear for a trial readiness hearing. Glass' client was in custody, so his appearance was waived, but the court took the trial off the docket

Glass was suspended from practicing law in Oregon for 30 days, effective Dec. 12. His office did not return a call for comment Wednesday. According to a stipulation for discipline from the Ore-

because the attorney did not

gon State Bar, Glass missed

appear, the stipulation states.

In another case, a judgment affecting a client's parental

"I cannot tell you the number of times Mr.

Glasshas missed court appearances ... Based on reports from my colleagues and my personal experience, itis not less than

times has been once or twice in one week." Brady said other judges in the circuit court have spoken with Glass about the issue.

monthly, and at times has been once or twice

Brady wrote that Glass' failure to appear has had an

in one week."

effect on his clients. "At the

very least, the impact is delay

— Alta Brady, Deschutes County Circuit Court judge in a letter and another court appearance," Brady wrote. "Other

rights was entered when

committee, Alta Brady, presiding judge of the Deschutes

Glass failed to appear.

County Circuit Court, said

In a Jan. 22 letter to the state bar disciplinary council

Glass had missed multiple

times Mr. Glass has missed court appearances." Brady added, "based on reports from my colleagues and my

court dates, writing, "I can-

personal experience, it is not

and state lawyers assistance

not tell you the number of

less than monthly, and at

clients have been impacted by default adverse rulings, not having their position

heard in court and remaining in jail pending resolution of the case." SeeGlass/B5

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By Scott Hammers The Bulletin

A Christmas afternoon

power outage on Bend's south side knocked down a key utility pole, sending crews scramblingto restore

Submissions • Letters and opinions:

electricity for more than 1,300 residents. Ry Schwark, a spokes-

• Manager Of SWalley IrrigatiOn DiStriCtimPartSherWater SySem t knOWledge

Email: letters@bendbulletin.com Mail:My Nickel's Worth or In MyView P.o. Box6020 Bend,OR97708 Details onthe Editorials page inside. Contact: 541-383-0358

manwith Pacific Power,

said the 3:13 p.m. crash that knocked down a power pole in southwest Bend took down a relatively important piece of the utility's

• Civic Calendarnotices:

infrastructure inthe area. Schwark said within cities, the power grid is designed so that most locations can

Email eventinformationto news@bendbulletin.com, with "Civic Calendar" in thesubject, and includeacontact name and phonenumber. Contact: 541-383-0354

receive electricity from different directions, but

v.e

the pole that went down

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Thursday took out multiple

v

high-powered lines that are key toproviding service across a large area. Bend Police said the

ve,

collision occurred at an address on Powers Road between Brookswood Bou-

levard and Blakely Road. The pole toppled over

• Obituaries, DeathNotices: Details onthe Obituaries page inside. Contact: 541-617-7825, obits@bendbulletin.com

onto the vehicle, but two

adults and two children inside were unhurt, police

• Births, engagements, marriages, partnerships, anniversaries: The Milestonespagepublishes Sunday in Community Life. Contact: 541-633-2117

said, and no citations were issued.

'; f.

Schwark said 1,309

A man end women ride a horse-drawn cart near a Moldovian village in July. Suzanne Butterfield, general manager of the Swalley Irrigation District, took the photo during her July trip to Moldova, where she gave presentations about how to run an irrigation district. "I wns

amazed that people were still using horse-drawn carts," she said.

customers lostpower immediately followingthe crash. By 5:39 p.m., crews had managed to isolate the pole and reroute electricity around the area, Schwark

By Dylan J. DarlingeThe Bulletin

PUBLICOFFICIALS DESCHUTES COUNTY 1300 NWWall St., Bend, OR 97701 Web: www.deschutes.org Phone: 541-388-6571

Deschutes County Commission • TammyBaney,R-Bend Phone:541-388-6567 Email:Tammy Baney© co.deschules.or.us • Alan Uttger,D-Redmond Phone:541-388-6569 Email: Alan Unger© co.deschutes.or.us • TonyDeBone, R-LaPine Phone:541-388-6568 Email:Tony DeBone@ o. deschutes.or.us CROOK COUNTY 300 NEThird St., Prineville, OR 97754 Phone: 541-447-6555 Email: administration© co.crook.or.us Web: co.crook.or.us

Crook County Court • Mike McCabe, Crook Countyjudge Phone: 541-447-6555 Email: mnke.mccaae@ co.crook.or.us • Ken Fahlgren Phone: 541-447-6555 Email: ken.fahlgren@ co.crook.or.us JEFFERSON COUNTY 66 SE DSt., Madras, OR 9774 I Phone: 541-475-2449 Web: www.co.jefferson. or.us

Jefferson County Commission • Mike Ahern • JohnHaffield • WayneFording Phone: 541-475-2449 Email: commissioner© Co.iefferson.OI:Us

said, reducingthe number ofhouseholds withoutpow-

Suzanne Butterfield knows how to run an

erto 558.

to Moldova to share her experiences with farmers

The Christmas holiday did not significantly delay repairs to the damaged pole and lines, Schwark said.

and village leaders in the small eastern European

Pacific Power repair crews were on call rather than on

country.

duty Thursday, he said, but responded quickly to the

irrigation district, so earlier this year she traveled

incident.

The general manager of Swalley Irrigation District in Bend, Butterfield has been in Central Oregon for about

fiveyears after moving from Vacaville, California, where she also worked in agricultural watermanagement. In January an acquaintance from her California days called, asking if she would like to be part of a United States contingent traveling

Butterfield, whois set to retire a

At around 11:15 p.m.,

year from now, has more than

crews shut down power to the 1,309 households that

40years of water resource man-

agementexperience andused the history of the Swalley Irri-

had originally lost electrici-

gation District to explain how

an~ ons y stemcangrow. Photos submitted by Suzanne Butterfield "The whole point was to Suzanne Butterfield, second from left, at the home of a women

repairs, Schwark said. When the circuit was poweredup again 22m inutes

be able to say, 'I am a woman

who invited her over after one of her talks for wine and to continue

later, 373 were still without

who had a career in running an irrigation district and you

the conversation. "Everybodymakes homemade wine there,"

electricity. He said power

she said. The Millennium Challenge Corporation sent Butterfield abroad ns pert of their mission to fight global poverty.

was restored to the last customers at 2:27 a.m.

can do it, too,'" Butterfield said.

in July to Moldova, which was

She said many working-age

once part of the Soviet Union. "It's a little countrybetween

men have left Moldova to find jobs in other countries, so older

Romania and the Ukraine," she

said. Butterfield saidyes to the

women hold most of the positions of power, induding lead-

offer.

ingthe water-user districts.

The Millennium Challenge Corporation, a U.S. foreign aid agency fighting global poverty, put on the trip. The agency is also workingto improve roads around Moldova, which is one of the poorest countries in

Europe. "This is a huge gift that has been given to them by the Americanpeople," she said.

Rich soils in Moldova make

She said much of the agriculture in Moldova depends on to the fields.

andprovidingwaternextyear.

"That is the challenge," she said. "Can the Moldavian (growers) shift their ways'? Can they think in new ways'?" SeeIrrigation/B5

Ukraine

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gaveninepresentations to

ones. The districts shouldbe up

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wine, Butterfield said. Moldova has more than 3.5million

rainfall for water, without canals or pipes supplying water

aretryingtoretrofit old Soviet irrigation systems or install new

Russia

sizeofM aryland,aproducer of fruits, vegetables, tobacco and people, about 400,000less than Oregon, according to the CIA

"Poles going down tends

to be a fairly extensive

the country, which is about the

Duringthe two-week trip aroundthe country Butterfield water-user associations, which

ty to make the most critical

process to repair," Schwark said. "You have lines that go down, and break, and you have to restring wire." The outage in Bend came a day after a smaller outage near Redmond, where a suspected intoxicated driv-

Austria

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Romania Slovenia CroatiaL. .Bosnia& Srregovina Serbia Bulgaria

Electric Co-Op pole causing 36 households to lose power. "The utilities business

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— Reporter: 541-383-0387, shammers@bendbulletin.com


B2 THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014

Hunter Dahlberg, 44, forges a piece — an ornamental leaf — in his Bend workshop recently. Dahlberg, a blacksmith, creates gates, furniture, fire pits and other custom ironwork and has been in the trade, one of mankind's oldest, since he was 23, when he apprenticed for a neighbor in New Mexico. His work has been featured in this paper, for "Trashformations," and at Hood Avenue Art in Sisters. Learn more about his business, Orion Forge, online at www.orionforge.com.

Dahlberg watches the steel heat over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit before working with it.

A leaf, hammered on the end of an anvil, begins

Photos by Meg Roussos •The Bulletin

Various hammers, tongs and other tools of the trade sit on or near workbenches in Dahlberg's workshop. Not shown: an anvil, which of course

is also here. "Anymodern shop will have avariety of welding machines on hand to join steel together," Dahlberg writes on his website. "My shop certainly does. However, I favor the older methods."

Dahlberg sketches ideas for an upcomingproject at his shop. Orion Forge hasbeenopen in Bend since 2004.

RIGHT: Dahlberg at work. Want to learn more about blacksmithing?

Look for "Classes" on the Orionwebsite or call 54t-350-5408.

to take shape.


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014 • THE BULLETIN

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onserva ionis s, o ers eamu on ores ea By Jeff Barnard The Associated Press

J OHN DAY —

AROUND THE STATE AffjanN — Commercial poultry producers say they're concerned the outbreaks ofbird flu virus inWashington andOregonwill hurt exports by prompting somenations to imposetrade barriers. The president of the U.S. Poultry andEggExport Council, JamesSumner, said somecountries won't distinguish between an outbreak in a backyard flock, likethe one in Oregon,andoutbreaks in commercial operations. Hesaid heexpects repercussions tomovethrough the entire U.S. industry. TheOregonDepartment ofAgriculture announcedlast weekthat thesametypeofbird flu virus that sweptthroughAsia this year hadbeenfound in aflockof guinea fowl and chickens inthe southern Oregontown of Winston. Thespot is along thePacific Flyway,where the birds could easily havecontact with wild birds carrying thevirus.

L ogs are

piled high in the yard of the Malheur Lumber Co. mill in

PedeStriankiljed —Police saidafemale pedestrian wasstruckand killed bya car inSalem. It happenedatabout 5:30p.m. Friday,whenthe female pedestrian steppedin front of aCamarodriving downSummer Street Northeast.Thedriver, a42-year-old woman,remainedatthe scene and wascooperative. Policesaidshewasn'tspeeding — the speedlimit is 30 mph —andshewasn't impaired. Thevictim's identity was not immediately released.

this small town in northeast-

ern Oregon, ready to be sawed into lumber. Steam pours out of the stacks. Trucks loaded

with logs roll in. John Day, a town of 1,700,

nearly died two years ago. Its lifeblood, the sawmill, was about to close. So few logs were coming off the nearby

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Malheur National Forest, the

mill's owners decided it was time to shut down. But the mill and the town's

Ea Grande Shelter —Asexual assaultand domesticviolence shelter displaced bythe plansfor anewcourthouse in LaGrande is movingto new quarters with thehelpof a$75,000 settlementfrom Union County. Leaders ofShelter fromthe Stormandthe county announcedthe settlement in ajoint statement. Theshelter resisted thecounty's moveto demolish its current quarters oncounty-owned land, but gaveupan appeal. It now says it plans torelocate innearby Island Cityeast of LaGrande by Jan.5.

economy were rescued by a

— From wire reports

detente between the timber

industry and environmentalists — foes since the battles

over logging that erupted in

mentalists and the local timber industry to overcomedecades of differences andcome to agreement

OSUbuilding planned in baysidetsunami zone

on forest restoration projects that would also produce timber. The mill has lately added another shift, and the Malheur National Forest has hired 40 new people to help produce forest restoration projects.

The Associated Press

the Pacific Northwest three

decades ago. The sides uncovered a shared goal: thinning overgrown forests to prevent catastrophic wildfires.

Talk to people in town and you'll still hear grumbling from those who don't trust environmentalists. But not from

Jeff Barnard/The Associated Press

Processor operator Colton Clark works his way through a stand of timber on the Malheur National Forest outside John Day in November. The prospect of losing the region's last sawmill spurred environ-

NEWPORT — O regon's

Art Andrews, manager of Malheur Lumber. "When I tell people that it's

collaborative group designed to bring together all sides of

There is little private timber to draw on in such towns, east

Lillebo was a founder of the

p roject after another in t h e Malheur National Forest was

They first met at a meeting

came about our personal lives, rative to approve projects that our families and all that." thinned overgrown stands They weren't the only ones. while providing enough logs Outside the c o llaborative, to keep the local mill running. John Shelk, managing partner The atmosphere of trust of OchocoLumber Co.,which and respect had reached such owns Malheur Lumber, decid- a point that when Shelk deed in 2008 he had to do some- cided Malheur Lumber had to thing and invited Andy Kerr, shut down in 2012, members another founder of the Oregon of the collaborative were able Natural Resources Council, to to act. They quickly signed his office. By 2009, they were off on delayed forest-thinning telling others they had a truce. projects and developed log"We agreed that there was ging plans that could sustain a lot of (timber) to be had from the mill. Last year, they apecologicalforestry," Kerr re- proved a 10-year "Stewardcalled. "And he didn't want the ship Contract" awarded to a big trees anyway, so why were local logging company, Iron Triangle. we fighting?" Grant County CommissionThe company took a chance er Boyd Britton, a welder who that it could do the thinning lost customers when two oth- and restoration projects in the er mills shut down, came to contract in return for enough trust and respect Susan Jane logs to make it pay. This year,

the environmental commu-

the community — especial-

nity that saved this commu-

ly environmentalists and the timber industry — to come

of the collaborative, and they soon found they agreed on

Brown, a lawyer for the Western Environmental Law Cen-

nity, they say, 'Oh, baloney!'"

Andrews said. "But I lived it. I up with projects that lawsuits know it's true." wouldn't stop. Mills i n t i m ber c o untry Out of innumerable meet-

have been steadily closing as fighting continues over how to log national forests without killing protected species such

ings and forest tours grew a few key friendships among people who became peace-

as spotted owls and salmon. Across the West, there are

Among them were Mike Billman, timber buyer for the

efforts to build trust among

Malheur Lumber Co. mill, and conservationist Tim Lillebo. "I had never met him, but I'd

timber interests, environmen-

makers in th e

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talists and local residents, and the U.S. Forest Service hopes heard of him plenty," Billman the success of John Day serves said of Lillebo. "He was the as a model. devil, I guess." Oregon Natural Resources of the Cascades. One logging Council, now Oregon Wild. shot down by lawsuits from

ter who shot down so many Before long, Billman and timber sales. manding logs. Lillebo were getting together Brown said a key shift "We were at a stalemate," for camping trips. came when environmentalists "Early on, we talked about started realizing that w i l drecalled Steve Beverlin, supervisor of the Malheur National industry, ecological and col- fires posed as big a threat to Forest. laborative t h ings," B i llman the forests as logging. And Then, Blue Mountains For- said. "As we became better the way to protect the forests estPartnersformed in 2006,a friends, our discussions be- was to work with the collaboe nvironmentalists. Mean while, the community was de-

most of the issues.

EVZNT TODAY FREEZE YOURFANNY WALK/ RUN/SWIM:A family fun run to benefit MountainStar Madras, with a 3-mile run/walk, an 8-mile run or a 3-mile run/500-yard swim biathlon; $20, registration requested, free for children12 and younger; registration at 8:30 a.m., 8-mile run starts at 9 a.m., 3-mile run/walk and biathlon start at 9:30 a.m.; Madras Aquatic Center, 1195 SE Kemper Way; www.macaquatic. com/events or 541-475-2537. CARRIAGE RIDESINTHE OLD MILL DISTRICT:Ride in the Cowboy Carriage, located between

Ben & Jerry's and Francesca's; proceeds benefit the KIDS Center; weather dependent; donations accepted; 2-5 p.m.; Ben8 Jerry's, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-312-0131. JAZZ AT THEOXFORD: The

ENm a Oregon Piano Summit II, with Gordon Lee, Tom Grant and more; SOLD OUT; 5 and 8:15 p.m.; The Oxford Hotel, 10 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend; www.jazzattheoxford. com or 541-382-8436. ELVIS"NEVER FORGOTTEN" TOUR:Award-winning tribute artist Clint Ingbretson performs Elvis Presley songs; $22-$54 plus fees; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend; www.towertheatre. org or 541-317-0700. JAZZ AT JOE'S, VOL. 50: Featuring saxophonists David Evans, Tim Willcox,Jay Thomas and Travis Ranney; SOLD OUT;7 p.m.; Cascades Theatre, 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; www. jazzatjoes.com or 541-389-0803.

SUMDAY CARRIAGE RIDES IN THEOLD MILL DISTRICT:Ride in the Cowboy Carriage, located between

more restoration projects as it tries to expand the efforts to the other forests in the region.

"Why it worked on Malheur Lumber when it did is because we had the right people involved at the right time for the

right reason," Brown said.

ing would not be allowed under Oregon Revised Statutes." McConnell wrote to

Oregon State President Ed ing in a tsunami zone south Ray. of Newport's Yaquina Bay Ray responded by writing Bridge — or at least build it that fewer than 300 people to withstand waves as high will actually work and study put a marine studies build-

as 43 feet. The school, however, said

in the building, and students

will live on higher ground. "This puts the students siting the building along the bay poses a manageable risk well out of the tsunami zone and it will consider the add- for the better part of their 24ed expenseof a tsunami-re- hour day," Ray wrote, "and sistant structure. especially during the night The marine studies initia- when an event would be the tive is backed by an anon- most disorienting." Bob Cowen, Hatfield Maymous $20 million donor. Plans call for a $50 million, rine Science Center director, 100,000-square-foot build- called it a serious risk. "But at any one time it's ing with easy access to seawater. still a moderately low-probaIt would be an expansion bility event, and with proper of the Hatfield Marine Sci- tsunami evacuation plans, ence Center, part of a clus- we can survive it and deal ter of labs on the bay. Tsu- with it," he said. nami researchers would be University officials said among the occupants of the buying land o n h i g her new building. ground and pumping seawaVicki M c Connell, h ead ter uphill for studies would of the state geology agency, be too expensive, but they said the designated capaci- were considering the opty of 500 people pushes the tion of building unoccupied state limit e stablished in "blow-through" bottom sto1999 for a tsunami inunda- ries that allow waves to pass tion zone. through the structure with"If designed for 501 or out destroying it.

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

Ben 8 Jerry's and Francesca's; proceeds benefit the KIDS Center; weather dependent; donations accepted; 2-5 p.m.; Ben It Jerry's, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-312-0131. JAZZ AT THEOXFORD:A CDrelease show by Mel Brown's B-3Organ Group;SOLD OUT; 4 and 7:30 p.m.; The Oxford Hotel, 10 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend; www.jazzattheoxford.com or 541-382-8436. SISTERS OLD-TIMERADIO SHOW:Featuring two scripted Christmas radio shows performed by the Sisters Old-Time Classic Radio Experience group; donations accepted; 7-9 p.m.;The Belfry,302 E. Main Ave.; www.belfryevents. com or 541-815-9122. THE RUM ANDTHESEA: Folkrock; 7-10 p.m.; McMenamins Old St.FrancisSchool,700 NW Bond

St., Bend; www.mcmenamins.com or 541-382-5174.

the mill h i red 3 0 w o rkers. And Malheur National Forest hired 40 people to turn out

state geologist urged Oregon State University not to

more occupants, this build-

MOMDAY FATBIKECOW PATTY CRIT: Short-track fat-bike race for 2-4 person teams involving obstacles; $10, registration required; 2-4 p.m.; Big Meadow Clubhouse, 13020 Hawks Beard, Sisters; kohara©BlackButteRanch.com or 54!-595-5877. "IRON MAIDEN:FLIGHT 666": Showing of the documentary about the British heavy metal band's tour, rated R; $12 plus fees; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend; www.towertheatre.org or 54!-3!7-0700. THE MENTORS:The veteran shock-rock band performs; $5; 9 p.m.; Big T's, 413 SW Glacier Ave., Redmond; 541-504-3864.

TUESDAY "JEREMY JONES' HIGHER":

Featuring a showing of the back-country snowboarding film to benefit the Central Oregon Avalanche Association; $10; 6 p.m. showing, 8 p.m. showing for 21 and older; The Old Stone,157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend; www. bendticket.com or 541-322-7273. TUBALUBA:Brass-band jazz from Seattle; free; 7-10 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St., Bend; www.mcmenamins.com or 541-382-5174.

WEDNESDAY NEW YEAR'S EVEPARTY: Featuring a prime rib dinner, live music by Bob and Edie; $20, reservations suggested; 6:30 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. dancing starts; VFW Hall, 1836 SW Veterans Way, Redmond; www.vfw.org or 541-548-4108. HOT TEACOLD: The Portland

blues band performs; 8:30 p.m.; Northside Bar8 Grill, 62860 Boyd Acres Road, Bend; www.northsidebarfun.com or 541-383-0889. NEW YEAR'S EVEPARTY: Featuring live music by Tony Smiley and World's Finest; $5; 9 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. FrancisSchool,700 NW Bond St., Bend; www.mcmenamins.com or 541-382-5174. RUN INTO THENEWYEAR: Participate in a 2- to 3-mile run/ walk on Bend's west side; bring lights or wear reflective gear; proceeds benefit the Bethlehem Inn and the Bend High Walking Club; $10, registration requested, non-perishable food donations accepted; 11:30 p.m.; Fleet Feet Sports, 1320 NW Galveston Ave., Bend; www.fleetfeetbend.com, peggy.white©fleetfeet.com or 541-389-1601.

1VEws oF REcoRD POLICE LOG The Bulletin will updateitems in the Police Log whensuch arequest is received. Anynewinformation, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358.

BEND POLICE DEPARTMENT Theii —A theft was reported at 3:38 p.m. Dec. 21, inthe1000 blockof NE Fifth Street.

Theft —A theft was reported at 3 p.m. Dec. 22, in the 63100 block of Nels Anderson Road. Theft —A theft was reported at 3:31 p.m. Dec. 22, in the1300 block of NE Eighth Street. Theft —A theft was reported and an arrest madeat1:19 p.m. Dec. 23, in the 20100 block of Pinebrook Boulevard. Theft —A theft was reported at 4:14 p.m. Dec. 23, in the1700 block of NE Tucson Way. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered at 8:15a.m. Dec.24, in the 200 block of NWDrake Road.

Theii —Atheft was reported at11:56 Purcell Boulevard. a.m. Dec. 24, in the1200 block of NE Burnside Avenue. PRINEVILLE POLICE Unlawful entry —Avehicle was DEPARTMEMT reported entered at 1:04 p.m.Dec. 24, in the 1200 block of NWOgden Vehicle crash —Anaccident was Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 2:08 ptm. Dec. 24, in the1800 blockof NW Hiiipoint Drive. Theii —Atheft was reported at10:40 a.m.Dec.25,inthe600 blockofSE Giencoe Place. • Toolboxes •CabRacks • LumberRacks• Criminal mischief —Anact of • Flatbeds • Class 8Accessorles • criminal mischief was reported at 2:58 p.m. Dec. 24, in the1200 block of NE

reported at10:28 a.m. Dec.24, in the area of NE Third Street. Vehicle crash — Anaccident was reported at 8:35 p.m. Dec.25, in the area of NE Third Street.

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here's talk again of raising Oregon's minimum wage to $15 per hour, and next year the Legislature will be so heavily Democratic it could do just that without a single Republican vote. Let ushope cooler heads prevail. It's such a warm and fuzzy idea, we'll admit. Improve the lot of Oregonians by forcing their employersto pay them more, and all will be well. But there are genuine problems with the idea, and they should be fully and honestly explored. Among them is one that Gov. John Kitzhaber pointed out while he was campaigning for a fourth term a s g o v ernor. P r ograms such as the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (food stamps) are income-based, and the bump inincome could mean the loss of eligibility for workers. That's fine if income rises enough to cover the loss, but it won't always be the case. In reality, according to Associated Oregon Industries' Oregon Prosperity Project, a $15 minimum wage would have a direct impact on relatively few people. More than half of the 5.5 percent of minimum wage earners in Oregon also receive tips, for one thing. Too, most are part-time employees. Perhaps most important, most minimum wage workers are

In reality, according to Associated Oregon Industries' Oregon Prosperity Project, a $15 minimum wage would have a direct impact on relatively few people.

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not the sole source of income in their families, a fact that applies nationwide. Finally, there's this: Oregon businesses, like businesses everywhere, have a finite pot of money with which to work. Bump the minimum wage from next year's $9.25 per hour to $15 per hour and it's likely something — or someone — else will go. Employers may opt not to hire for entry-level jobs or not advance those in them to higher paying ones as quickly. Some may be forced to lay off employees to make up the difference. In the end, each of those choices hurts Oregonians.

By Reg Henry ecause writing a personal column for a newspaper is a solitary, self-centered activity, it may come as a surprise that I consider myself a team player in almost every other aspect of mylife, at work or play— even in marriage, where Indeed, I like to be a member of a team so much that I have played

competitive sports a lot longer than my dubious talents or my accumulation of years would advise.

The only personal touch to my sports career is that the sports I have been drawn to are somewhat goofy, at least in the American context. Not to boast, but I dare anyone to match

special scholarships that children of professional public safety officers already receive. And, it will be easier for tenants of mobile home parks to organize and purchase the parks if they're up for sale. In the "Huh'?" category, put the racing scheme that Portland Meadows got permission to offer. The struggling racetrack will allow you to watch — and bet upon — old races that, presumably, you'll be unable to identify. If horseracing reruns are your cup of tea, this one's for you. There's also a new law that will require sellers of foreclosed homes towarn buyers ifa house has not been tested for methamphetamine contamination. It may give potential buyers something damage to people whose judg- to think about. ment, even sober, has yet to reach All this comes just in time for full maturity. the 2015 Legislature to get into There are other good changes, the law-making business. It gets as well. Children of reserve police down to work about a month latofficers and volunteer firefighters er and it, too, can be expected to who are disabled or killed while come up withanother mixed bag working will now be eligible for of changes for us to get used to.

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the range of my eccentric sports participation. Only if you try your hand at croquet, show jumping and curling will Ibe impressed, as I have my own trio of odd athletic endeavors.

a team player.

Pakistan.

Ten years ago, a bunch of us in Pittsburgh formed a competitive What duckpin bowling has in league, which has been outstandingcommon with my other sports is that ly successful. The number of teams I am lousy at it. If defeat is good for has more than tripled. I am prouder the soul, this column is being written of my role as one of the founders of by Mother Teresa. the Pittsburgh Cricket Association What I am good at is eating potato than any of my numerous journalchips. Fortunately, an excellent bar- ism awards — even the coveted ones tender stands ready in case I become such as for most creative expenses too salty. So my teammates tolerate and best clarification/correction. me and it is wonderful to be in their I was honored that my expatriate company. friends gave me a Lifetime Achieve-

In My View submissions should be between 550and 650 words, signed and include the writer's phone number and address for verif!cat!on. Weed!t submissions for brevity, grammar, taste and legal reasons. Wereject those published elsewhere. In My View pieces run routinely in the space below, alternating withnational columnists. Writers are limited to one letter or Op-Ed pieceevery 30 days.

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would have clarified what actually happened. Bystanders spoke of

of this fundamentally important aspect of civil society. People will be able to see for themselves not only improper or questionable behavior by officers, they will also be able to see the many physically dangerous well be offset by the (also speculaand psychologically demanding en- tive) reduction in time spent on frivcountersofficers deal with on a reg- olous complaints against officers. ular basis. It is, without any doubt, a Proper camera usage by officers win-win for our society. can be resolved by training and the According to th e editorial, the improvement of camera technology. "bad" of the cameras falls into two For example, in the near future, an categories — cost and improper or officer's body camera that mistak-

Had body cameras been in use at

"good" category. Knowing that the the time, footage would exist from facts of an encounter with a police the perspective of multiple officers, officer are documented in video and detailing in video and audio what audio, people who would otherwise happened from the beginning of the file false complaints would be far incident all the way to its concluless likely to do so. In situations in sion. Instead of lingering concerns, which both the officer and the per- people would have facts. son they interact with genuinely beMost importantly, as body camera usage and the footage associat-

Email: letters©bendbulletin.com Write: My Nickel's Worth / In MyView P.O. Box 6020 Bend, OR 97708 Fax: 541-385-5804

Most importantly, as body camera usage and the footage associated with it becomes common nationwide, it will hugely improve the public's understanding of the operation of this fundamentally important aspect of civil society.

lic's understanding of the operation

they are being recorded, it may help moderate everyone's behavior in en- being concerned with the behavior countersbetween officers and other of police officers, but of being uncitizens. able to see what was happening.

Please address your submission to either My Nickel's Worth or In My View and send, fax or email them to The Bulletin. Email subm!ss!ons are preferred.

or B e n 0 ic e rs

complete picture of what actually happened.The incident in Bend on

a situation in which body cameras

ment Award at their last banquet,

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to be unreliable or to provide an inOct. 8 of this year, when several po-

cent teammates were from India and

In My Viewpolicy How to submit

ple's behavior tends to improve when

lieve they are telling the truth, the

Australia as a boy, but my most re-

Letters policy

body camera footage would be able IN MY VIEW to clarify what actually happened. E yewitness accounts of a n y ed with it becomes common nationstressfulevent have been proven wide, it will hugely improve the pub-

I would add a few items to the

the bat and ball. I was just

— also calledplatform tennis. Paddle which was especially touching since regular sort of bowling. I have been tennis is played with a rubber ball on I never achieved much with the bat a duckpin bowler. a court that resembles a tennis court and ball. I was just a team player. As What d i stinguishes duckpin but is smaller and enclosed with a bonus, cricket to me was an opporbowling from 10-pin bowling is the chicken wire. tunity to pick up some useful Hindi size of the ball. In 10-pin bowling, If the wire were not there, chick- words such as "shabash," which is the balls are large and have finger ens might stroll onto the court like a shout of encouragement. I think it holes. In duckpins, the balls are ducks, but that is not its only use: means, "Here we go, Steelers!" small and have no finger holes. The ball can be played off the wire, The sadness is that soon I will be The duckpins also have rubber which makes the game tennis on moving to a part of California where bands (gum bands, in Pittsburghese) steroids. The paddle, of course, is not duckpins, paddle tennis and crickaround them to make it easier for flexible and can be used for S&M et are scarce. Instead, I will have to ducks to pick them up in their beaks purposesif couples so choose after play golf, which I like well enough if they stray onto the lanes. In truth, the game. but to me seems a bit pedestrian by I do not know what duckpin bowling Not me. As always, I compete for comparison, especially when you has to do with ducks. I often remark the good,clean fun and the chance don't take a cart. Remind me to ask "Lord love a duck!" as I send yet an- to play in a howling blizzard or my team captain about curling. other ball into the gutter, but that is freezing rain — followed by sand— Reg Henry is deputy editorial-page justme. wiches and beer with my frostbitten editor for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

By Charles Th!el he editorial of Dec. 10 regarding the good and bad of police body camerasleftme frustrated. The author lists a few of the benefits of police body cameras: they can providevaluable evidence and can be helpful in clarifying what actually happened in disputed interactions between police officers and members of the public and, because peo-

lice officers subdued an individual in Drake Park, is a great example of

the pneumonia. I am better at that

banquet, which was especially touching since I never achieved much with

It's the same with paddle tennis

For some years past, I have been a bowler — but, of course, not the

pals in the paddle hut afterward. Ah, it's a fine game if you can ward off than hitting the ball. In summer, I play cricket, which makes a nice change. Cricket is a popular game around the world, but the people who play it here tend to be various exiles from British-influenced culture. I played cricket in

a Lifetime Achievement Award at their last

my wife is the captain and I am the team.

Mixedbagof new laws goes into effect jan.1 ow that Oregon legislators meet annually, the first of every year brings with it new laws. Most of the changes that go into effect Jan. 1 are not particularly earthshaking, but they will have an impact. Teens and their parents will get an important break in the new year. Should a minor need to call 911 because a companion is having an a lcohol-related medical problem, he or she will be able to do so without worrying about the consequences, at least the legal ones. Both the caller and the youth who is ill will be immune from prosecution. The measure may not save many lives, but that's hard to determine in advance. Meanwhile, the change may preventserious

I was honored that my expatriate friends gave me

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

inconsistent camera use. The cost is

enly wasn't activated may well be

real, but technology and data stor- able to begin recording automatiage is getting cheaper almost by the cally when it detects raised voices or day. Federal funds may be available abrupt loud noises. to help offset the expense of equipThe introduction of body camping and training our officers. Addi- eras to the Bend police force is not tional manpower costs that the ed-

indicative of a lack of trust in our of-

itorial speculates may occur could

ficers. It is a way to help the police

and the legal system operate more effectively, with greater transparen-

cy, and it is a fantastic way for the public to see, from the officer's perspective, the wide range of demanding situations that police officers encounter and the spectrum of ways in which officers are trained to handle

those situations. The good greatly outweighs the bad when it comes to body cameras for officers. The

Bulletin (and the rest of us) should support Chief Jim Porter in the acquisition of body cameras for his officers. — Charles Thiel lives in Bend.


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jazz musicianforged way for clarinet through bebop

Norma Doreen O'Brien, of Sisters Oct. 25, 1931 - Dec. 24, 2014 Arrangements: Deschutes Memorial Chapel 541-382-5592 www.deschutesmemorialchapel.com

Services: Services will be announced at a later date. Contributions may bemade

By Charles Strum New York Times News Service

Buddy DeFranco, the innovative c l a r i netist wh o rose from the remains of the

to:

Sisters Habitat for Humanity,P.O. Box 238, Sisters, OR 97759.

swing era to forge new and lasting prominence as the instrument's

the '40s, as the saxophone, long the stalwart of big-band woodwind sections, moved into greater solo prominence

Nov. 20, 1939 - Dec. 20, 2014

Florida. He was 91. His death

er, attacked bebop head-on

was confirmed by his wife, Joyce. From 1939, the year he graduated from a high school music program in Philadelphia, until just a few years ago, DeFranco was rarely off a stage, large or small. After a decade of roadwork with big-name dance bands, DeFranco — tall, handsome

and mastered it," Whitney

Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home of Bend is honored to serve the family. 541-382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, January 3, 2015, at 2:00 PM at the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, located at 68825 Brooks Camp Road in Sisters (please

and not yet 30 — was poised to inherit the throne shared

for years by Benny Goodman, the King of Swing,

use Googlemaps to map your route).

and Artie Shaw, the King of the Clarinet. But by the time that moment arrived, the bigband clarinet realm had di-

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minished significantly, overtaken by the saxophone and

www.sistersfolkfestival.org in memory of Sharon.

modern jazz.

Captivated by the complex, challenging new sounds and increasingly aware that the music market was evolving, DeFranco moved quickly to carve out a fresh career in bebop, a perilous undertak-

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that he was considered the

alive in jazz simply by playing it so welL" DeFranco's goal, he told jazz writer Ted Panken in

1999, was putting his own stamp on whatever music he was playing "so that you

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Jazz legend Buddy DeFranco, left, shares a laugh with fellow jazz legend Freddie Hubbard in 2006. DeFranco died at the age of 91 Wednesday, his family said Friday.

baum Technical/Vocational people will say, when they School). He graduated at 16 hear your record: 'That's who and was hired by Scat Davis become an original, so that

it is. That's Bird. That's Art Tatum. That's Oscar Peter-

shortly after that. D eFranco w a s

son. That's Buddy.'"

three times and divorced

for next-day publication and by 4:30 p.m. Friday for Sunday publication.

ultimately gave up playing, he was more consistent and

more disciplined. Over a 70-year career, De-

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Franco became a perennial fan favorite, winning Down

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Glass

bar in 1975.

Continued from B1 Brady said her decision to bring the matter to the

vid Black, who has returned

attention of the disciplinary

a Ridgeview High School aide who was accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy, and Richard Samuels, a Bend man who alleged

j azz is often t r ickier on a

addition to his w ife, whom

said Glass appeared late for hearings for a period of time several years ago. After she sent him a warning letter, Glass made a "concerted effort" to be on time,

onist Tommy Gumina in the

Brady wrote, until he began failing to appear altogether. Glass will be eligible for reinstatement Jan. 15. Glass was also suspended from the bar for disciplinary reasons in 1991 for 90 days, ac-

1960s. Through the '80s and '90s, DeFranco and the vi-

cording to the Oregon State Bar. He was admitted to the

tions, he also collaborated with th e v i r t uoso accordi-

braphonist Terry Gibbs often performed together. same. But a clarinet goes up He was named a National 12 tones, and the fingering Endowment for the Arts Jazz changes, a challenge De- Master, the country's highest Franco often mentioned in honor for jazz musicians, in interviews. 2006. But his quest to con-

"It's hard," he told The New York Times in 1983. "For a clarinet to keep pace with a a lot of energy. It could take

s t i n t s with a band called the Jovial D eFranco's m o ther,

around the world:

became known for his more

former Louise Giordano, who

Joe Macko, 86: Former minor l e ague b a seball player who hit 306 home runs in nearly 2,000 games before a long career as a clubhouse manager with

intimate collaborations with

worked in clerical and facto-

other greats, among them the pianists George Shear-

ry jobs, was, he recalled, frail and high-strung and was

ing, Count Basie, Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson and the

committed to a state mental

drummer Art Blakey.

ter 35 years. With their fa-

the Texas Rangers. Died

After a brief, unsuccessful stint as the leader of his own

ther struggling to make ends

big band in 1951, he moved on to small-group perfor-

en in by an aunt and uncle. When Buddy was 5, his father coached him on his first

mances around the country

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lenges never ceased. " You know, this i s

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1974 race for governor of South Carolina pivoted the statehouse away from longstanding Democratic cont rol, and who went on t o serve as President Ronald

Reagan's first energy secretary. Died Friday in his

del. "Once I was doing some s chool clinics, and on e o f

the great symphonic clarinet players, Daniel Bonade of the Philadelphia Orchestra, was doing another clinic in the same school. I used to pick the brains of as many clarinet players as I could, to see how they got their sound,

South Carolina. James Martin, 99: World a n d K o r ean w a r

veteran who dodged death three times. He was a lieutenant colonel. Died Dec.

18 in Clearwater, Florida. — From wire reports

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hospital, where she died af-

"It's hard. For a clarinet to keeppace with a contemporary big band, or with a rhythm section, takes a lot of energy. It could take 20 years off your life. Young people keep saying to me, 'I didn't know you could play modern jazz on a clarinet.'"

home in M o unt Pleasant,

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tricky stuff," DeFranco told j azz c r i ti c H o w ar d M a n -

until 1966, when he returned instrument, th e m a n dolin, to swing and a steady in- which he played by ear, but come, taking charge of the by 8, he had switched to the still-popular Glenn Miller Or- clarinet and the saxophone. chestra for eight years. He continued hi s m u sical DeFranco's crucial career education at the Mastbaum change did not come all at School of Music in Philadelonce but e v olved t h rough phia (now the Jules Mast-

tician whose victory in the

a Deschutes County Sher-

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From the late 1940s on, he

James Edwards, 87: Dentist turned Republican poli-

Glass has also represented Amanda Hinshaw,

tave, the fingering is still the

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to court on reckless driving and other charges 10 years after a manslaughter con-

interests," she wrote. Brady

twice. After a brief first mar-

with Gene Krupa, Charlie Night Owls, whose members clarinet? That's the funniest Barnet and Tommy Dorsey. were all blind. thing I ever heard.'"

Friday at an assisted living center in Fort Worth,

Glass is representing Da-

on the clarinet, stay with that

20 years off your life. Young — even mortal dissipation people keep saying to me, 'I — of its stars, DeFranco was didn't know you could play noted, and occasionally nee- modern jazz on a clarinet.'" dled, for his relentless daiDeFranco was born on ly practice regimen. On the Feb. 17, 1923, in C a mden, bandstand he was focused New Jersey, and grew up in yet easygoing, preferring to Philadelphia, one of five chilshowcase fluid playing over dren. His father, Leonardo, i nstrument-waving hi s t r i - an immigrant from Italy, lost onics. His first big job was his eyesight to an infection playing alto saxophone and and eventually trained to be clarinet with the band led by a piano tuner. He was also an the trumpeter Johnny (Scat) amateur guitarist who played

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Butterfield said she wanted

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during the last 60 years," riage, he wed Mitchell VanDeFranco said. "Periodical- ston; they had a son, Chrisly, I'll envelop a new concept topher, who died in 2001. In

Beat magazine's a nnual popularity poll 20 times and drawing f r esh a u diences contemporary big band, or with his warm tone and ef- with a rhythm section, takes

day after submission, by1 p.m. Friday for Sunday publication, andby 9a.m. Mondayfor Tuesday

and three videos, demonstrat-

viction in connection with a speed race on Alfalfa Market Road.

clarinet than on the more i nterview i n 2 0 12. U n l i k e forgiving saxophone. For Goodman, Morgenstern said, one thing, the saxophone is "he had an ear to deal har- an octave instrument; if you monically with modern jazz" press a key to go up an oc— and u n l ik e Shaw, w h o

acres, stretching from Bend to

council was n o t b a sed on ill will toward Glass. "When he does appear as scheduled, he is clearly focused on his client's best

"I had about six c areers

ic and historian, said in an

are accepted until noon Monday through Friday

Butterfield's one-hour presentation included 100 photos

to give people a sense of how the districts started and what — delivering water to farmers they are like now. and ranchers. An hour of discussion typi"Just like a city supplies cally followed her talk. "They asked lots and lots of drinking water to customers, we supply irrigation water to questions," she said. our customers," she said. Butterfield said the trip was The photos induded his- rewarding and she feels she toric images of the Swalley gotbackmore than she gave. "It just made you pretty Irrigation District, which was started by eight families in proud to be an American," 1899 and originally called the Butterfield said. Deschutes Reclamation and — Reporter: 541-617-7812, Irrigation Company, accordddarling@bendbulletin.com

er magazine profile in 1990. "He developed such fluency and invention and speed supreme jazz clarinetist. His

The district now supplies 655 water users covering 4,320

ing the basic functions of an irrigation district in the West

Balliett wrote in a New York-

work has never faltered, and he has kept the instrument

ing to the district's website.

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for a while, almost discard- he married in 1975, he is suring on a n i n strument that ing what I was doing before, vived by their son, Charles. requires nearly superhuman though not quite. I gradualDeFranco recorded dozskill and dexterity to keep ly wound up with a sensible ens of albums; his 1958 alup with bebop's sometimes mixture, combining whatev- bum "Cross Country Suite" freakishly fast tempos. er new thing I was doing with won a Grammy Award for "Buddy is unique because my earlier way of playing." its composer-arranger, Nelhe was really the only clariB ut dealing with th e f e son Riddle. An avid experinetist who caught on to the rociously fast rhythms and menter with musical styles new jazz language," Dan chord changes of modern and instrumental combina-

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Michigan travels to meet Harhaugh By nearly all accounts, Jim Harbaugh's coaching tenure with the San Francisco 49ers is nearing its end. Now itappears the University of Michigan is ready to pounce. Fox Sports college football insider Bruce Feldman reported Friday night that Michigan officials and the school's search firm will be in the Bay Area this weekend, presumably to lock down Harbaugh to be the Wolverines' next coach. 49ers general manager Trent Baalkewould only say this weekon his radio show that Harbaugh will meet with the organization's brass early next weekafter Sunday's season finale against Arizona. That effects Michigan, which is pursuing Harbaugh for its coaching vacancy, because in some wayhe'll need to be released from his 49ers contract, which has a year remaining. Asked at Friday's press conference ifhe would resign onMonday, Harbaughwouldn't say. "It's the same.We plowed that ground very thoroughly," he said, referring to when hewas asked about the postseason meetings earlier in the week. "What will happen will happen, what won't happen, won't happen." Baalke did confirm that Michigan hascontacted the 49ers to talk about Harbaugh.

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photo of his smiling face from the post-op gurney and the following message:

Nextup

Rose Bowl:No.2 Oregon vs. No.3 Florida St. coaches and teammates as the the greatest comebacks you'll Oregon Ducks prepare for the ever see. Thank you everyone When:2:30 p.m., Jan.1 TV:ESPN Rose Bowl without the team's for the support." most touted defensive player. The Ducks will try to keep Radio:KBND 1110-AM, 100.1-FM After the All-America corEkpre-Olomu's chin up by nerback underwent surgery beating Florida State on Jan. on Wednesday at the Ker1 in the College Football will not change, and secondlan- Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic Playoff. ary coach John Neal said he in Los Angeles to repair his Defensive coordinator Don plans to start redshirt freshdamaged knee, he tweeted a Pellum said his game plan man Chris Seisay. EUGENE — Ifo Ekpre-Olomu continues to inspire his

"First step towards one of

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ONU a definite

"It's good to hear he's in good spirits," Seisay said of Ekpre-Olomu. "We're just

trying to go out there and win the game for him. I know he

maybe

wishes he could be out there,

By Jere Longman

but we're going to give our best effort for him."

New York Times News Service

The 6-foot-l, 187-pound

Seisay started the Wyoming game after Troy Hill was injured the week before against Michigan State. SeeEkpre-Olomu/C4

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fter the scarf, pistachios and whitenoise machine were

unwrapped, our daughter gave us the most exotic Christmas present — a

streaming version of "The Interview," Seth Rogen's assassination comedy about North Korea's authoritarian

leader, Kim Jong Un. Despite a raunchy and mostly repellent start, the film had its absurdist charms, including Katy Perry's music and Kim's obsession with basketball. It brought to mind a 2009

article in The Washington Post, which noted that Kim,

while attending boarding school in Switzerland, was quiet, was awkward around

girls and "spent hours doing meticulous pencil drawings of Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan." The movie only increased my desire to run in what is sure to be the most

fascinating sporting event of 2015: the Pyongyang Marathon, a four-lap race through North Korea's capital on April 12.

Beginning this year, North Korea opened the marathon to amateur inter-

national runners. About 225 runners from

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27 nations competed, ac-

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cording to news accounts. Tens of thousands of spectators lined the course, in-

duding women in traditional dress who held flowers. SeeNorth Korea/C3 te

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Wilson can run with the best of them, ever

Philadelphia's Nerlens Noel blocks a shot by Portland's Thomas

Robinson.

Blazers tep 76ers without Aldridge Portland beats Philadelphia114-93 for its seventh win in the past eight games. TheBlazers were without regulars LaMarcus Aldridge and Chris Kaman.NBA roundup,C3

Photos courtesy of University of Arkansas

Arkansas wide receiver Cody Hollister makes a catch against UAB earlier this season. The Mountain View product is getting ready for

By Bob Condotta

Monday's Texas Bowl againstTexas.

The Seattle Times

RENTON, Wash. — Run-

• Mountain view product cody Hollister readiefor s TexasBowl with Arkansas

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

A graduate of Bend's Mountain View High School, Hollister, now a sophomore wide receiver at Arkansas, has caught 13 passes for 137 yards and one touchdown for the Razorbacks this fall. Arkansas improved from 3-9 in 2013 to 6-6 this year, and the Hogs conclude their season with Monday's Texas

HEARTOF

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viewers a little pinch of that

the Razorbacks' 3-4 start. "But the whole year, we

and what's in store for the near future."

knew where we could be and

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against the St. Louis Rams, His total of 842 yards

on the ground is the sixth-highest for a quarterback in league history, and fifth-highest since World War II.

If Wilson hits his average of 56yards Sunday, he will

Bowl in Houston against Texas. what kind of potential we had. By the end of the season, we were able to give fans and

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ends for the Seahawks withSunday'shome game Wilson finds himself rushing into NFL history.

Southeastern Conference, arguably the toughest league in the country.

"We started the year on a bit of a downslope," Hollister

Seattle quarterback Russell

Wilson insists everytime he is asked about it. But as the regular season

n Cody Hollister's first season of Division I college football, he more than held his own in the

So it's not just one game,butMadison Bumgarner's performance in theWorld Se-

ning often just happens,

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move into fifth all time. With 61 yards, he will move into fourth.

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When:1:25 p.m., Sunday TV:Fox Radio: KRCO 690-AM,96.9-FM

137yards TD in his first season with

Arkansas.

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TODAY BASKETBALL

Men's college, Georgetown vs. Indiana Men's college, Maine atSeton Hall Men's college, UNC-Wilmington at Minnesota Men's college, Kentucky at Louisville Men's college, N. Kentucky at Northwestern Men's college, UAB at North Carolina Men's college, SantaClara atSt. Mary's (Calif.j Men's college, Oakland at Maryland Men's college,GonzagaatBYU Men's college, SanFrancisco at Pacific Men's college, Mercer atGeorgia Men's college, Wright St. at Ohio St. Men's college,TennesseeSt.atTennessee Men's college, KennesawSt. at lllinois FOOTBALL

Military Bowl, Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech Sun Bowl, Arizona State vs. Duke IndependenceBowl, Miami vs. South Carolina Pinstripe Bowl, Boston College vs. PennState Holiday Bowl, Nebraskavs. Southern Cal

Time TV/Radio 9 a.m. E SPN2 ON DECK 9 a.m. FS1 Today 10 a.m. Big Ten Boysbasketball:LesSchwahOregonHolidayHoopfest: Maristvs. RogersIWash.) at Summit, 12:45 11 a.m. ESPN2 p.m.; Lebanon vs. Putnamat MountainView,12:45 p.m.; Milwaukievs. Liberty IWas h.) at Moun tain noon B i g Ten View,2:30p.m.; Bendvs. McNary at Summit, 4:15 1 p.m. E SPN2 p.m.;Sandyvs.SeattleAcademyIWash.) at Mountain View,4:15p.m.;Mt.Si(Wash.) vs.Walla WallaValley 1 p.m. Roo t Academy IWash.) at MountainView,6p.m.;Summit vs. NorthEugeneat Summit, 7:45p.m.; Mountain 2 p.m. B i g Ten Viewvs.Crater atMountainView,7:45p.m. 3 p.m. E SPN2 Girls basketball:Les SchwahOregonHoliday Hoopfest:MountainViewvs. Marist at Sum mit, 3 p.m. Roo t 11 a,mcGrantsPassvs. Churchil at Bend,12;45 p .m.; Wi ff a me t t e v s . Mc Na r y a t B e n d , 2 : 3 0 p .m.; 3 p.m. SEC Lebano nvs.PutnamatSummit,2:30p.mcLaSalle 4 p.m. B i g Ten vs. Cleveland atBend,4:15 p.m.; Lincolnvs. Forest Groveat Bend,6 p.m.; Summit vs. Libertyat Sum5:30 p.m. S EC mit, 6 p.m.;Bendvs. Milwaukie atBend,7:45p.m.; Ridgeviewat GreshamHolidayTournament,TBD 6 p.m. B i g Ten Wrestling: MadrasatPendletonInvite, TBD 1 0 a.m.

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SOCCER England, Tottenhamvs. Manchester United England, Southampton vs.Chelsea England, Newcastle vs. Everton Women's college, EastCarolina at South Florida Men's college, Tulane atSt. John's Women's college, OregonState atTennessee Men's college, LongBeachState at Syracuse Men's college, Harvard at ArizonaState Men's college, Morgan State at Marquette Men's college, TexasSouthern at KansasState Men's college, Northwestern St. at Arkansas Women's college, Notre Dame at UCLA Men's college, Florida Gulf Coast at Xavier Men's college, WakeForest at Richmond Women's college, Michigan at Wisconsin Men's college, UCDavis at Washington State Men's college, Belmont at Butler Men's college,UCLA atAlabama Men's college, Stony Brook atWashington Men's college, Buffalo at Wisconsin Women's college, Temple atMemphis Men's college, CalState Bakersfield at California

9 a.m. ESPNU 9 a.m. FS1 10a.m. SEC 11 a.m. ESPNU 11 a.m. Pac-12 11 a.m. FS1 noon Root 12:30 p.m SEC Pac-12 1 p.m. 1 p.m. FS1 1 p.m. NBCSN 1 p.m. Big Ten Pac-12 3 p.m. 3 p.m. FS1 3:30 p.m. ESPNU 5 p.m. Pac-12 5 p.m. Big Ten 5:30 p.m. ESPNU 7 p.m. Pac-12

FOOTBALL

NFL, SanDiego at Kansas City NFL, Dallas atWashington NFL, Carolina at Atlanta NFL, St. Louis at Seattle NFL, Cincinnati at Pittsburgh

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College, Quinnipiac at Princeton

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Listingsarethe mostaccurate available. TheBulletin is not responsible for late changesmadeby 7Vor radio stations.

PREPS Ravens girls fall at tourney — After openingthe girls basketball season with four wins in five games, Ridgeview dropped its fourth straight, a 74-37 decision to Gresham onthe first day of the Gresham HolidayTournament. The Ravensslipped to 4-5 on the season, while the Gophers improved to 6-1 with their sixth straight win. Ridgeview continues the three-day tourney today.

HOCKEY U.S. bsats Finland ln juniOrOpener —Jack Eichel andChase DeLeo scored in ashootout to help the United States beat defending champion Finland 2-1 onFriday in their round-robin opener in the World Junior Championship in Montreal. Eichel is a freshman at Boston University, and DeLeoplays for Portland in the Western HockeyLeague.BostonCollege'sThatcherDemko made 28saves, and stopped Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Kasperi Kapanen in the shootout to secure the victory. In the other Group AgameFriday night at Bell Centre, Canadabeat Slovakia 8-0. DeVilS fire Coach DOBOer —TheNewJersey Devils fired coach Peter DeBoer onFriday, but general manager LouLamoriello did not immediately name areplacement. In a brief statement posted on the team's website, the Devils said Lamoriello wanted to address the team directly this morning before making anypublic comment on the change. DeBoercompiled a114-93-41 record in three-plus seasons leading the Devils. Heguidedthe team tothe Stanley Cupfinals in 2011-12 — his first season — but theDevils lost that series in six games andhavenot returned to the postseason since.

FOOTBALL Okung cleared, Unger to de game-time decision —The Seattle Seahawks could get two keyoffensive linemen backfor their regular-season finale against the St. Louis Rams onSunday. Left tackle Russell Okunghasbeencleared to play after bruising a lung two weeksagoagainstSanFrancisco.Okung hadto betakentoa hospital for evaluation following a block by former 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald on aninterception return at the end of the first half. Okung missed last weekend's game at Arizona, but he practiced all week andappears ready to return to the lineup. Center MaxUnger has missed the last five gamesafter suffering a high-ankle sprain against KansasCity. Unger returned to practice on Dec. 12but hada setback and did not practice at all last week. He worked in consecutive practices this weekfor the first time since being injured.

BASEBALL YankeeSpitCher Kurodaheaded back to Japan —Japanese media report free-agent right-hander Hiroki Kuroda will return to Japan in 2015 to pitch for his first team, the HiroshimaToyo Carp. The reports say Kuroda, who turns 40 in February, hassigned aoneyear contract worth $3.3 million. Kuroda pitched for Hiroshima from 1997-2007 and thenspent four years with the Los Angeles Dodgers beforemovingtotheNew YorkYankees.Lastseason,Kurodawas 11-9 with a 3.71ERA.Hewas 79-79 with a 3.45 ERAin1,319 career major league innings. Hestruck out 986 andwalked only 292. — From staffand wire reports

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IndianapolisatTennessee,10 a.m. Jacksonville atHouston,10 a.m. SanDiegoatKansasCity,10a.m. Chicagoat Minnesota,10a.m. Cleveland atBaltimore,10 a.m. DallasatWashington,10 a.m. N.Y.JetsatMiami, 10a.m. Buffaloat NewEngland,10 a.m. Philadelphiaat N y. Giants,10a m. NewOrleansatTampaBay,10 a.m. Arizonaat SanFrancisco,1:25 p.m. St. LouisatSeattle, 1:25p.m. Oakland atDenver,1:25 p.m. Detroit atGreenBay,1:25 p.m. CarolinaatAtlanta,1:25p.m. Cincinnatiat Pittsburgh,5:30p.m.

PlayoffScenauos AFC CLINCHED: New England —AFCEast and home-fieldadvantagethroughout AFCplayoffs; Denver —AFCWest; Indianapolis—AFCSouth; CincinnatiandPittsburgh—playoff berth. DENVER(vs. Oakland) clinchesfirsl-round bye with: Winortie, DRCincinnati Loss,DRCincinnati tieandIndianapolis win CINCINNATI (at Pittsburgh) clinchesAFC Norlh with:Winor tie; Clinchesfirst-roundbye with:WinandDenver loss ortie, DRTie andDenver lossandIndianapolis lossortie PITTSBU RGH (vs. Cincinnati) clinchesAFC Norlhwith:Win SANDIEGO(at KansasCity) clinchesplayoff spotwith:Win, DRtieandBaltimorelossortie BALTIMORE (vs. Cleveland)clinchesplayoff spot with: WinandSanDiego lossortie, DRtieand SanDiegoloss KANSAS CITVIvs. SanDiego) clinchesplayofl spotwith: WinandBaltimore loss andHouston loss ortie HOUSTO N(vs. Jacksonville) clinchesplayoff spot with: WinandBaltimorelossandSanDiegoloss NFC

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RAIDERS: DNP:WRVincent Brown(groin), CBChimdi Chekwa (hamstring), WRDenarius Moore(knee,ankle). LIMITED:CBTJ Carrie (ankle), S Ras-I Dowling (hamstring), LBKhalil Mack(hamstring), 7 Menelik Watson (foot,ankle).FULL: 08 DerekCarr(ilness). BRONCOS; DNP: LBBrandon Marshall (foot). LIMITED : 7 Paul Cornick(toe),WREmmanuel Sanders(hip), STJ. Ward neck).FULL: RBC.J.Anderson(ankle), LBLaminBarrow illness),SDavid BrutonJr. (calf), 7 RyanClady(thigh),7 hris Clark(hack), RBRonnie Hillman(foot), QBPeyton Manning(thigh), CWil Montgomery (knee), CManny Ramirez(ilness), TEJacobTamme(foot), WRDemaryius Thomas(ankle, hip), TEJuliusThomas(ankle), RBJuwan Thomps on(hip, knee), DTMitchUnrein(igness),CBKayvonWebster(shoulder), DEDerekWolfe(knee). ARIZONACARDINALS at SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS —CARDINALS:DUT:QBDrewStanton(knee). DOUBTFUL ;LBLarryFoote(knee).QUESTIONABLE;S DeoneBucannon(knee), TEJohnCarlson(calg, GJonathanCooper (wrist), NTDanWilliams(foot). PR OBABLE: LB Lorenzo Alexander (knee), WRJaron Brown (foot), DE CalaisCampbell (hip), WRLarry Fitzgerald (knee), SRashad Johnson (ankle), CTed Larsen (shoulder), S Tyrann Mathieu(thumh), LBMattShaughnessy(shoulder). 49ERS: DUT:RBCarlosHyde(ankle), WRStevieJohnson (knee),SEric Reid(concussion). QUESTIONABLE:CBTramaineBrock(hamstring), LBAhmadBrooks(thumh), CB PerrishCox(shoulder), WRBruceEllington (hamstring). PROB ABLE: WRMichael Crabtree(knee), CBChris Culliver (kne e),WRBrandonLloyd(groin), CMarcusMartin (igness),DTJustin Smith (back). ST.LOUISRAMS atSEAlTLESEAHAWKSRAMS:DNP:CBE.J. Gaines(concussion), DEChris Long(notinjuryrelated). FULL:CBJanorisJenkins(hack), CScottWells(back). SE AHAWKS: DNP: DEDemarcus Dohhs(ankleW ), RJermaineKearse(hamstring).LIMITED; TE Coo per Helfet (rihs),WRChris Matthews(hamstring), CB TharoldSimon(shoulder).FULL:RBMarshawnLynch back), TETony Moeaki (shoulder), T Russell Dkung chest),CMaxUnger(knee, ankle).

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PRDBABLE:DTJoshBrent(calf), SJeffHeath(thumb), GZack Martin (ankle),LBRolandoMcclain (knee,not injury related),RBDeMarco Murray(hand, ilness), QBTony Romo(back).REDSKINS:DOUBTFUL:DEJasonHatcher (knee). QUESTIONABLE:NTChrisBaker(toe,elbow), DE StephenBowen (ankle, illness), LBGabeMiler (ankle), LBKeenan Robinson(knee), 7Trent Wiliams (shoulder).PROBABLE: CBBashaudBreeland(thigh), NT BarryCofield Jr.(shoulder), TTomCompton(knee), LB WillCom pton (shoulder), QBRobert Griffin III (righi shoulder), LB JacksonJeffcoat(calf), G KoryLichtensteioeristinoer),RBDarrelYouno(ankle). INOIANAPOLI SCOLTSatTENNESSEETITANS — COLTS: DNP: TEDwayne Allen(knee), TGosder Cherilus(groin),WRReggieWayne(not injury related), LB BjoernWerner (shoulder). LIMITED:LBJerrell Freeman(ham string), WRTY.Hilton(hamstring), GJoeReitz ankle), LBErik Walden(knee). FULL: DECoryRedding knee),GHughThornton(knee). TITANS: DNP;7Terren Jones(concussion). LIMITED:NTSammieHil (foot), 7 TaylorLewan(ankle), QBZach Mettenherger (right shoulder),TByronStingily (ankle), LBKamerion Wimbley(hamstring).FULL: LBZaviar Gooden(hamstring). DETROITLIONS atGREEN BAY PACKERS — LIONS: DUT:DTNick Fairley (knee). PRO BABLE: RB Joique Bell (Achiges),WRCalvin Johnson(ankle), CB Mohammed Seisay(hamstring).PACKERS;DUT: CB Davon House(shoulder). PROBABLE: GTJ. Lang (ankle),LBClayMatthews(biceps), LBMikeNeal (ahdomen),QBAaronRodgers(calf), GJoshSitton (toe). JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS atHOUSTON TEXANS —JAGUARS: DNP: DTRoy Miller III (knee). LIMITED:RBToby Gerhart (ribs), WRCecil Shorts I I (shoulder)rFULL:QBBlakeBortles (foot), CLuke Bowanko (wrist), DEAndreBranch (groin), DEChris Clemons(knee), WRTommy Streeter (ahdom en). TEXANS:DNP:TEGarrett Graham(ankle), LB Mike Mohamed (concussion), WRDeVier Posey (calf), 08 TomSavage(knee). LIMITED:GBrandonBrookslknee, ankle), TTysonClaho (shoulder), TEC.J. Fiedorowicz (shoulder),WRDeAndre Hopkins (wrist), CBKareem Jackson(back), NTRyanPickett (groin), G Xavier Su'a-Filo(hack).FULL: LBBrianCushing(ankle), RB Arian Foster(not injuryrelated), WRAndre Johnson (not injuryrelated),CBJohnathanJoseph(ankle). SAN DIEGOCHARGERS atKANSAS CITY CHIEFS —CHARGERS: DUT: RBRyan Mathews (ankle), PMikeScifres(shoulder). DOUBTFUL: WR KeenanAllen (ankle, shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: GChrisWatt(ankle). PRO BABLE: DTCorey Liuget (ankle), QB Philip Rivers(chest, back),CBShareece Wright(concussion).CHIEFS: DUT:CBPhillip Gaines (iffness), QB Alex Smith (spleen). QUESTIONABLE: WR Dwa yne Bowe (shoulder), RB Jamaal Charles (hamstring,ankle),GZachFulton (foot, toe). PRDBABLE:TEAnthonyFasano(knee), LBTamhaHali (knee), LB JoshMartin (hand), LBJoeMays(knee). NEW YORKJETSatMIAMI DOLPHINSJETS:DUT:SRontezMiles(shin). 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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014• THE BULLETIN

NBA ROUNDUP

NBA SCOREBOARD

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PORTLAND — M i s sing two centers and All-Star for-

earn another win.

Damian Lillard scored 28 points, Wesley Matthews had 25 and the Trail Blazers hit a

season-high 18 3-pointers on their way to a 114-93 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Fri-

day night. M atthews went 7 fo r 1 4 from beyond the arc, and made at least one 3, and the

Blazers (24-7) tied a franchise record with 43 3 - p oint attempts.

Aldridge was s i delined for the s econd

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five in 3-point attempts and makes, so they had more than enough offense to post their

seventh win in eight games. knew

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short-handed, obv i ously without L.A. and (Lopez), so we knew it was going to be a different type of game," Lillard said. "I thought we went out there and did what we needed to do."

Lillard and Matthews got rolling during the third quarter. Matthews made back-to-

back 3-pointers, and Lillard scored 12 consecutive points for Portland in one stretch.

Don Ryan/The Associated Press

Portland's Joel Freeland pulls in a rebound during the first half against Philadelphia on Friday night. Freeland pulled in a career-high17 rebounds and scored six points as the Trail Blazers defeated the 76ers114-93 in Portland.

The duo scored 22 of the team's 27 third-quarter points as Portland took a 88-74 into

Also on Friday: Rockets debut. Nuggets 106, Timberwolves Bucks 107, Hawks 77: AT-

the fourth quarter.

102: DENVER — K enneth

Leading 27-24 after the first quarter, Portland put together

Faried had a career-high 25 rebounds to go along with 26

a dazzling display of 3-point points to lead Denver. Faried shooting. The Blazers made tied the NBA's highest reseven 3s, including three by bounding total this season. It M atthews, to build a

l e ad was Faried's best game since

ki had 14 while moving up another spot on the NBA's LANTA — Reserve forward scoring list. Nowitzki passed Jared Dudley made all 10 Elvin Hayes for eighth on the shots, including four 3-point- NBA's scoring list, and 10th ers, and scored a season-high on the combined NBA-ABA 24points to lead Milwaukee. list. Nowitzki, in his 17th seaCavaliers 98, Magic 89: son, finished at 27,322 points, ORLANDO, Fla. — LeBron nine ahead of Hayes. James had 29 points and eight Pistons 119, Pacers 109: assists for Cleveland. Kevin AUBURN HILLS, Mich. Love scored 22 points and re- Greg Monroe had 19 points

as large as 16 points. Dorell he had 22 points and 17 reWright's 3-pointer just before bounds in a victory over Dethe buzzer gave Portland a troit on opening night. 61-51 halftime lead. Pelicans 97, Spurs 90: serve Dion Waiters added 17 "We are a relentless team, a NEW ORLEANS — Antho- for the Cavaliers, who played confident team. We've played ny Davis had 22 points, 12 without point guard Kyrie Irand won every kind of way rebounds and five blocks ving (bruised knee). this season," Matthews said. to lead New Orleans, which Thunder 98, Hornets 75: With Aldridge and Kaman earned consecutive wins over OKLAHOM A CITY — Rusout, Portland used its eighth

the Spurs for the first time in

sell Westbrook scored 29

starting lineup of the season. team history. They also won points, and Oklahoma City Forward Thomas Robinson made his second start, and

100-99 in San A ntonio on

snapped Charlotte's f o ur-

Freeland his fifth.

Nov. 8. game winning streak. Rockets 117, Grizzlies 111: Mavericks 102, L akers

The Blazers have won 13 of 15 home games this season

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — James Harden had 32 points and 10

98: DALLAS — Rajon Ron-

1998-99 when they were 14-1.

Smith scored 21 points in his

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Continued from C1 Of course, my entry is not exactly guaranteed. If I t ell

the North Korean organizers that I work for The New York Times, they may not let me in.

22 7 21 8 20 8 20 9 18 11 15 15 14 16 13 15 10 17 11 21 10 20 10 20 6 23 5 26 4 24

Johnson4-13 1-2 9, Garnett3-5 0-06, Plumlee 6-7 2-614, Jack8-1410-1027, Karasev3-7 0-0 7, 759 Lopez4-70-0 8,Anderson5-7 2-215, Wiliams2-6 724 1 4-6 8, Teletovic4-111-211, Bogdan ovic 2-60-0 4. 714 1'/z Totals 41-8320-28109. 690 2 BOSTON (107) 621 4 Green10-181-2 22,Sullinger8-161-1 19,Zeller 500 7'/2 6-9 2-2 14,Smart2-6 0-0 5, Bradley7-14 0-0 17, 467 Br/r Nelson1-32-35,Olynyk5-81-211, Turner1-40-03, 464 8'/r Wright2-30-04, Crowder1-41-1 3, Bass2-20-04, 370 11 Wallac e0-00-00.Totals48-878-11107. 344 12'/r Brooklyn 28 28 23 30 — 109 333 12'/r Boston 29 27 30 21 — 107 333 12'/z

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MINNESOT A(102) Muhammad 5-142-214,Young10-213-423,Dieng 5-124-614, LaVi n e 4-70-08, Wiggins8-185-8 774 I/2 22, Williams1-9 0-02, Budinger2-8 0-04, Bennett 750 2 1-30-02,Adrien2-52-36, Hummel3-61-1 7,Dan724 2'/z -00-00.Totals41-10317-24102. 677 3'/r iels0 DENVER (106) 667 4 Chandler 7-21 5-6 21, Faried 11-15 4-5 26, 581 6'/r Mozgov4 93 411, Law son 6174 416, Afflalo416 548 7r/r 5-6 13, Hickson2-6 0-0 4, Gee2-6 2-3 7, Nurkic 517 8'/r 3-4 2-4 8,Robinson0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-95 25484 9'/r 32 106. 433 11 Minnesota 27 20 27 28 — 102 414 11r/r Denver 26 27 26 27 — 106 310 14'/z 300 15 179 18 Mavericks102, Lakers 98

B ut hey,

a fe l l o w c a n

been inside the hermit nation. But I did visit the Joint Secu-

rity Area inside the Demilitarized Zone between North

and South Korea while traveling with the U.S. men's soccer team at the 2002 World Cup.

Only a concrete slab resembling a sidewalk separated the two countries. South Ko-

rean guards stood in a ritual taekwondo stance on one side, fists clenched at their

sides, feet spread. Visitors to a conference room straddling the borderwere cautioned not

to be alarmed if the North Korean guards offereda certain

internationally r ecognized, one-finger salute. On several o ccasions, I have encountered the odd en-

terprise that is North Korean sports. During the 1999 Wom-

HOUSTON (117) Ariza 5-131-215,Motiejunas2-40-04, Howard 1-44-86, Beverley5-120-012, Harden10-1710-11 32, Smith9-21 3-321, Dorsey1-2 0-0 2, Shved0-2 3-4 3, Brewer 5-10 0-013, Terry3-6 0-0 9. Totals 41-91 21-28117.

MEMPHIS (111) Allen 4-112-210,Leuer2-3 0-0 4, Gasol 12-21 4-4 29, Conley4-151-2 11, Lee1-61-1 4, Prince 4-12 0-2 8,Udrih7-12 2-317, Pondexter5-10 4-5 14, Koufos1-42-2 4,Carter 3-102-210. Totals 4310418-23111. Houston 24 2 6 29 28 13 — 117 Memphis 31 2 6 24 23 7 — 111

INDIANA (109) S.Hill 4-8 5-514,West3-12 0-06, Hibbert 5-10 9-1019,Watson6-80-214, Stuckey4-70-09, Miles 1-4 0-0 3,Allen5-60-010, G.Hil 5-120-013, Scola 7-13 0-114,Sloan1-1 2-2 4, Copeland1-1 0-03, Whittington 0-10-20. Totals 42-8316-22109. DETROIT (119) Singler3-91-29,Monroe7-115-819,Drumm ond 9-12 2-8 20,Jennings6-12 0-0 14, Caldwell-Pope 6-13 1-1 15,Jerebko3-7 3-410, Butler 1-4 0-03, Augustin6-81-214, Meeks6-9 0-013, Anthony0-1 2-42. Totals 47-8615-29119. Indiana 26 27 29 27 — 109 Detroit 32 26 36 26 — 119

Thunder 98, Hornets 75 CHARLO TTE(75) Kidd-Gilchrist2-65-59, Zeller4-91-1 9,Jefferson 2-7 0-0 4,Walker2-13 2-26, Henderson1-7 0-0 2, Williams 4 82 411,Biyombo0 20 00, Neal1-84 4 6, Hairston 2-90-25, Roberts5-94-417, Taylor1-5 1-2 3, Maxieg0-21-21, Vonleh1-2 0-0 2. Totals 25-87 20-2675. OKLAHOM ACITY(98) Jones2-52-2 6, Ibaka5-14 0-0 13, Adams2-3 1-3 5,Westbrook11-216-629, Roberson2-5 0-04, Morrow4-70-011, Perkins2-61-2 5, Jackson2-8 4-49, Lamb1-44-46,Collison3-50-06, Smith1-2 0-0 2, Jerrett0-5 0-0 0,Thomas1-3 0-02. Totals 36-88 18-2198. 24 16 16 19 — 75 Charlotte Oklahoma Cit y 3 3 2 6 22 17 — 98

When Kim JongII died in December 2011, his reported sporting exploits were recalled, including a perfect 300 in his first bowling match and five hole-in-ones during his maiden round of golf. "Imagine the schedule he kept," Brandel Chamblee,a commentator on the Golf Channel, told me at the time. "Eight to 11 — enrich uranium; 1 to 4 — destroy the world; 4 to 7 — play golf, shoot 11 holes in one and call it a night." Given such possibility for weirdness, who could resist a chance to run in the Pyongyang Marathon?

If I do not tell them, they may not let me out. dream. Technically, I have never

Rockets117, Grizzlies111 (OT)

PHIUIDELPHIA (93) MbahaMoute3-73-49,Covington3-100-28, Noel 4-90-2 8, Carter-Wiliams8-201-417, Sampson441-29, McDaniels386812,Sims4600 8, Wroten 7-137-922, Grant0-40-20, Aldemir0-0 0-0 0,Thoma s0-0 0-00. Totals 36-8118-33 93. PORTLAND (114) Batum5-83-314, Robinson3-61-2 7, Freeland 3-7 0-0 6, Liffard9-17 7-7 28,Matthews9-18 0-0 25, Leonard1-41-2 3, Blake1-40-0 3,Wright 3-6 0-08, Crabbe1-30-03,Claver2-40-05, McCollum 3-8 0-0 8,Barton2-3 0-0 4. Totals 42-88 12-14 114. Philadelphia 24 2 7 23 19 — 93 Porffand 27 34 27 26 — 114 3-Point Goals—Philadelphia 3-14 (Covington 2-6, Wroten1-4, Carter-Wiliams 0-1, McDaniels 0-1, Mbah a Moute 0-2), Portland18-43(Matthews 7-14, Lillard3-8, McCollum2-4, Wright 2-4, Claver 1-1, Crabbe1-2,Blake1-4, Batum1-4, Barton0-1, Leonard0-1). FouledOut—None. Rebounds—Philadelphia55(Sims8), Portland53(Freeland17). Assists — Philadelphia16 (Carter-Wiliams5), Portland 25 (Lillard 9).TotalFouls—Philadelphia14, Portland 22. Technical— s Philadelphia CoachBrown, Philadelphia defensivethree second. A—19,972 (19,980).

SANANTONIO(90) K.Anderson 0-40-00, Duncan8-14 4-420, Splitter 0-1 0-0 0,Joseph8-9 3-4 20,Green3-100-1 8, Belineffi6-140-213, Ginobili 5-100-012, Diaw5-8 0-0 10,Baynes2-4 3-3 7, Bonner0-0 0-0 0, Daye 0-1 0-0 0, Ayres0-0 0-00.Totals 37-76 10-1490. NEWORLEANS(97) Babbitt 0-20-00, Davis8-196-622, Asik1-32-2 4, Holiday 6-142-415, Evans3-94-411, Rivers5-13 1-212,R.Anderson7-156-622, Cunningham1-10-0 2, Alinca2-40-0 4, Salmons2-40-05, Fredette0-0 0-00, Withey 0-00-00, Smith0-00-00. Totals 3584 21-2497. SanAntonio 24 2 0 20 26 — 90 Neworleans 20 2 8 22 27 — 97

D i r k N o w i tz- former team.

DALLAS {102)

Parsons6-90-012, Nowitzki5-134-414, Chandler 5-7 5-715,Rondo10-17 0-2 21, Ellis 6-123-5 15, Harris3-80-06, Vilanueva5-9 0-013, Smith 0-2 0-20,Jeff erson2-31-46,Barea0-30-00.Totals 42-8313-24102. L.A. Lakers 19 23 20 36 — 98 Dallas 26 22 24 30 — 102

Pistons119, Pacers109

Nets 109, Celtics 107: BOSTON — Jarrett Jack made a tiebreaking jumper with 28

rebounds, and Isaiah Thomas

L.A. UIKERS (98)

Johnson3-14 3-5 11, Davis1-6 8-1010, Hil 6-13 0-012, Price3-90-0 7, Ellington4-102-212, Young5-160-015, Boozer9-160-118, Lin 2-80-0 5, Sacre1-20-02, Clarkson2-5 2-26. Totals 36-99 15-20 98.

Trail Blazers114, 76ers 93

Pelicans 97, Spurs 90

seconds left to lift Brooklyn. Suns 115, Kings 106: SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Marcus Morris had 20 points and nine

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man (birth of child) and Robin Lopez (right hand frac t u r e ) a lso w e re

Standings

WesternConference W L d-Golden State 23 5 d-Portland 24 7 d-Houston 21 7 Memphis 21 8 Dallas 21 10 L.A. Clippers 20 10 SanAntonio 18 13 Phoenix 17 14 NewOrleans 15 14 Oklahoma City 15 16 Denver 13 17 Sacramen to 12 17 Utah 9 20 L.A. Lakers 9 21 Minnesota 5 23 d-divisionleader

ward LaMarcus Aldridge, the Portland Trail Blazers used their long-range shooting to

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Bucks107, Hawks77 MILWAUKE E(107) Antetokounmpo 2-103-4 7, O'Bryant5-9 2-412, Pachulia6-9 2-2 14, Knight5-114-4 16, Marshall 2-6 0-0 4,Dudley10-100-0 24, Henson1-2 3-45, Bayless3-75-512, Middleton1-7 0-0 2, Mayo5-8 0-011,Wolters0-00-00. Totals40-7919-23107. ATLANTA (77) Carroll 0-6 0-0 0,Milsap8-105-6 22,Horford 5-9 3-413, Teague 5-10 2-212, Korver1-8 0-03, Sefolosha4-60-0 8, Payne1-4 0-02, Schroder1-9 1-23, Bazem ore1-40-03, Scott2-40 05, Brand0-1 0-00,Mack1-30-02,Muscala2-20-04.Totals 31-7611-14 77. Milwaukee 24 34 23 26 — 107 Atlanta 22 20 16 19 — 77

Cavaliers 98, Magic 89 CLEVELAND (98) Love7-17 5-522,James10-20 9-11 29,Thompson3-83-39,Deff avedova2-72-28,Miller3-80-0 9, Waiters6-14 5-517, Marion2-60-0 4, Price0-0 0 00 J Harris00000. Totals 338024 2698. ORLANDO (89) THarris 7-160016, O'Quinn0-3 0-00, Vucevic 6-10 0-012,Payton3-50-0 6,Oladipo5-143-413, Fournier5-103-3 15,Frye3-6 0-0 9, Dedmon3-3 2 48, BGordon460110. Totals 367381289. Cleveland 27 22 22 27 — 98 Orlando 32 21 22 14 — 89

Sulis115, Kiligs106 PHOENIX (115) Tucker 2-8 1-2 6, MarkMorris 8-110-0 17,Len 5-9 0-010,G.Dragic6-152-216, Bledsoe7-113-5 18, Thomas7-171-1 17,Marc.Morris 7-120-0 20, Plumlee1-3 2 24, Green3 80 07, ZDraoic 0 00 0 0, Randolph 0 00 00. Totals 46 94 9 12118. SACRAMNT E O(106) Gay7-152-216,Thom pson1-1 0-02, Evans5-13 1-211, Collison5-125-619, McLemore5-141-313, Williams7-91-316, Casspi3-55-611, Landry6-14 0-012, McCallum 2-80-04,Stauskas0-22-22.Totals 41-9317-24106. Phoenix 28 31 35 21 — 115 Sacramento 21 3 8 34 16 — 106

flags were forbidden and that one runner apparently had to wear jeans because the shoe-company logo on his shorts was too prominent. One other thing: Forget about portable toilets on the

course. "Instead,there are a few strategic toilets marked along

en's World Cup in the United States, North Korea's team

clear crisis yet?" Team officials broke into

exited in group play, but not laughter. before a number of players Egan also tried to land corhad taken advantage of free porate sponsorships forthe dental care. team, to no avail. Perhaps beFour years later, the Wom- causehisproposal for a soften's World Cup r eturned drink commercial featured a to the United States after a nuclear explosion that would SARS epidemic forced the detonate as a North Korean tournament's relocation from player kicked the ball. "Doesn't anyone have a China. At a hotel outside Philadelphia, I met up with the sense of humor?" Egan asked. North Koreans, who were beAt the 2010 men's World ing hosted by a guy who ran a Cup in South Africa, FIFA rerib joint in Hackensack, New peatedly intervened to prohibJersey. it questions about North KoThe garrulous chef, Rob- rea. Unanswered were such ert Egan, was also president gems as: Was North Korea's of a trade organization that coach really receiving tactisought to improve relations cal instruction on an invisible between the two countries. cellphone invented by Dear He cooked for the North KoLeader Kim Jong Il'? reans that night, at one point A year later, at the 2011 sticking his head out of the Women's World Cup in Gerkitchen and shouting, "Mr. many, five North Korean playPak, have we solved the nuers tested positive for steroids.

FIFA barred the team from the 2015 tournament in Cana-

weirdness, who could resist

the route in public buildings

a chance to run in the Pyongda, even though North Korea yang Marathon? devisedperhaps the greatest A four-day, three-night trip excuse ever for a failed drug from Beijing for the 2015 race test: Its players had used tra- costs about $1,400. Runners ditional medicine involving will arrive on April 11 and musk deer glands after being compete on April 12. Tour struck by lightning. promotions are unfailingly When Kim Jong Il — Kim upbeat. Jong Un's father — died in The marathon will start afDecember 2011, his reported ter an energy-efficient breaksporting exploits were re- fast! The race begins and called, including a perfect 300 ends before a crowd of 50,000 in his first bowling match and at Kim Il Sung Stadium! The five hole-in-ones during his course includes the Arch of maiden round of golf. Triumph, Kurung T unnel "Imagine the schedule he (Nos. 1 and 2!) and the Dennis

and restaurants, some as far

kept," B r andel

to buy r ar e N orth K o rean souvenirs not available anywhere but in N o rth K orea! Take that, Barnes % Noble.

C h a mblee, Rodman Eternal Life Tower a commentator on the Golf and Tattoo Parlor! Channel, told me at the time. OK, the Rodman part is not "Eight to 11 — enrich ura- true. nium; 1 to 4 — destroy the Writing for Slate about world; 4 to 7 — play golf, shoot his 2013 trip to the race, Will 11 holes in one and call it a Philipps, a freelance writer

night." Given such possibility for

based in China, noted that Japanese a n d

as 50 metersaway from the course and one, unbelievably, on the second floor of a build-

ing " Philipps wrote. Postrace in April, runners will visit Pyongyang's Water Park for a swim and a

frolic in the bubble pool. The New York City Marathon has

many things, people, but it does not have a bubble pool. The next day, sightseeing runners will tour monuments;

see a captured U.S. ship, the USS Pueblo; and stop at the

Foreign Language Bookstore

I sent my application more than a week ago. Still waiting to hear. I hope I have a better

chance to get in the race than A me r i c an Seth Rogen.


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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014

OLLEGE FOOTBALL

orescorin means on er ames By Eric Oison

Beaversgameslongerwith fewer plays

The Associated Press

Bear Bryant said offense

sells tickets, and he was right. College football is enjoying immense popularity in an era of record scoring. But is there too much of a good thing? All that scoring caused this season's average length of game to hit 3 hours, 23 min-

utes in late November, according to the NCAA. That was up from 3:17 last season. Games

t

are, on average, 14 minutes longer than in 2008. By com-

i

Oregon's games, despite having 31/2 more plays per game than the average college contest, was actually 4 minutes shorter, while the average OregonState gamewas4 minutes longer than the average college game. Time Score Plays/Team Shortest Ducks game 2:58 d. Wyoming, 48-14 71 Shortest Beavers game 3:01 d. San Diego St., 28-7 68~/2 Average Ducks game 3:19 751/2 Average college game 3:23 72 70'/2 Average Beaversgame 3:27 Longest Beavers game 3:48 d. Hawaii, 38-30 78/2 Longest Ducks game 3:48 d. California, 59-14 84 ~/2

ought to probably be in that 3:15 to 3:20 range."

the top tier of college footbalL The NFL scoring average

B aylor's 61-58 wi n o v e r is 22.7 points per team, per TCU on Oct. 11 — at 4 hours, game. In the Bowl Subdivision

25 minutes — was the sea- it is 29.4, the same as last year son's longest game that did and just under the record of not go overtime or was not 29.5 in 2012. delayed by weather, accordThe game clock stops for ing to STATS. Temple's 59-0 three to four minutes every win over Delaware State on time a touchdown is scored. Sept. 20 — at 2:40 — was the shortest.

That is how long it takes to kickthe extra point and for the

Television agreements vary by conference and network,

clock to start running again on the kick return or next play

from scrimmage if there is no or fourcommercial breaks of runback. differing lengths per quarter. Though college football "In this world, you always attendance remains robust, parison, this season's NFL average is 3:07. Associated Press, "but the cu- are moved after first downs. want to make sure that if a TV administrators are a lways "I think it's trending in the mulative effect has generated Another idea is to allow the commercial break is 2 min- looking for ways to draw fans wrong direction, and it is a some concern among some quarterback and one defen- utes, 30 seconds, it's 2 minutes away from their high-definiconcern," American Athlet- stakeholders so that it is prob- siveplayer to have earpieces 30 seconds and not three min- tion TVs at home and to the ic Conference commissioner ably something that the com- in their helmets to allow for ra- utes," Big Ten senior associate stadium. Once t h ere, t hey Mike Aresco said. mittee will want to take a look dio contact with coaches and commissioner for t elevision need to be entertained when Administrators are wary at." streamline communication, as administration Mark Rudner the game is in a lull. of turning off fans, especially Increasing game lengths in the NFL. said. "TV has a stake in it too. Some schools have hired Mid-American Conference The last thing TV wants to do "fan experience"directors to young ones who crave faster prompted rules changes in action and represent future 2008. One shortened the in- commissionerJon Steinbrech- is have a game that goes too keep game day fun. Wi-Fi has ticket buyers. They also are terval between when the clock er, who chairs the College long and miss a game that is been enhanced at stadiums, mindful of the risk of injury stopped and restarted on plays Football Officiating Board of coming up." and bigger-than-ever video to fatigued players who are on that end out of bounds. Anoth- Managers, said it is imperative ESPN senior vice president boards have been installed. the field longer and for more er required the 40-second play to keep the average game un- Burke Magnus said as long as Still, many schools are seeing plays. clock to start right when the der3:30.Thatfigure coincides the average game does not ex- declines in student ticket sales. The NCAA Football Rules previous play is blown dead. with the typical window TV tend past 3 I/2 hours, his net- Those students represent the Committee expects to discuss No changes are imminent networks allot for a game. work sees no problem. future fan base. "A shorter game is better "People want the experithe issue when it meets in Feb- for 2015, but a number of T he i ssue c o mes b a ck ruary,secretary-rules editor ideas have been proposed. than a longer game. That's to t h ose h i g h-producing ence," said Jim Kahler, execuRogers Redding said. They include shortening half- painting with a broad brush," offenses. tive director of Ohio Universi"The 14-minute increase time from 20 to 12 minutes Steinbrecher said. "If a game In the N FL, th e average ty's Center for Sports Adminhas been gradual" since 2008, and keepingthe game clock is exciting, I suppose it doesn't number of offensive plays per istration, "but they want it conhe wrote in an email to The running while the chains matter how long it takes. We team is 64 a game. It is 72 in venient and they want it fast." but generally there are three

Hollister

Ekpre-Olomu Continued from C1 He also played the majority of the game at Utah after Ekpre-Olomu went out in the first quarter with

a foot injury. Seisay has made 20 tack-

les (15 solo) in 11 games played this season. He has three pass breakups,three

passes defended and a forcedfumble. "I just have to step into a

bigger role, a starting role," Seisay said. "I have to hold my own and just show people they can't pick on me." Oregon's defensive secondary willbe facing Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, the 2013 Heisman

Trophywinner, whoseweapons in the passing game indude wide receiver Rashad Greene (93 receptions, 1,306 yards, seven TDs) and tight end Nick O'Leary (47 receptions, 614 yards, six TDs). Hill, an all-Pac-12 sec-

ond-team selection playing opposite Ekpre-Olomu, has had an outstanding senior season. Safety Erick D argan is arguably the defense's most valuable player this season. And redshirt fresh-

man safety Tyree Robinson is an emerging star. Winston w i l l

c e r t ain-

ly try to find out if Seisay and senior Dior Mathis are weak links. "Seisay and Dior, we've got a lot of confidence in them," Hill said. "They've played a lot and they're veterans, really. We feel real good about what they bring to the table. We know we

victories over t h en-No. 17 LSU and then-No. 8 Missis-

have tomesh a lot harder because Ifo's presence is goingto be out of the game." Ekpre-Olomu, who was projected as an early-round NFL pick before his season-ending injury during a

sippi. That late-season burst

noncontact drill inside the

earned Arkansas a bowl invite with the Longhorns in a

Moshofsky Center, had 63 tackles, 11 passes defended, nine pass breakups, two interceptions and a forced fumble this season.

Continued from C1 The Razorbacks won three

of their last five regular-season games, including shutout

matchup of former rivals in the now-defunct Southwest-

ern Conference. "About half the people that

"I'm very confident that

we're going to be fine," Neal said. "The tough thing

come to Arkansas, even stu-

dents, are from Texas," Hollister said. Texas Bowl officials a nnounced last w eek

from a personalaspect is

just to see Ifo in this situation. It's just really hard to

t h at

the bowl had sold out for the first time in its nine-year history. "It's a big old rivalry that should be a lot of fun."

look at him as a coach and

the Longhorns to put the Razorbacks back in the national

as a friend and think of all the things he's done for us. "To have something like that happen out of nowhere (during a) simple drill, very tragic." Oregon wide receiver

conversation for the 2015 sea-

Bralon Addison, who has

son. Arkansas finished the 2011 season 11-2 and ranked

ter tearing an ACL in the

The 6 -foot-4, 2 07-pound Hollister says he looks for

Monday's bowl game against

not played this season af-

seventh in the country after defeating Kansas State 29-16 in the Cotton Bowl. The pro-

Photo courtesy of University of Arkansas

gram won just seven games Arkansas wide receiver Cody Hoilister makes a catch over the middle against Northern Illinois earlier this season. Holiister, a Mountain over the next tw o seasons, View product, and the Razorbacks are preparing to playTexas in the Texas Bowl onMonday. though, before rebounding this year. "(At the Texas Bowl) I want ern, ended this season with 17 great offseason." "Coach (Bret) Bielema rePersonally, Hollister hopes to use the Texas Bowl as a to set the tone for the guy I'm receptions for 244 yards and The Razorbacks have Hog- iterated with the seniors all springboard heading i nto going to be," he added. "I have two touchdowns. His f i n al sized expectations heading year, 'You set the tone, you spring practice. a lot of confidence in myself, game oftheyear,a 36-30 loss into next season with 12 start- can be the ones that turned "Obviously, I hope to get but I want my coaches and at New Mexico, was his best, ers expected to return to a around Arkansas football,'" more looks next year," said teammates to know I can be as hemade four catches for75 team that lost five games by a he continued. "It's cool for Hollister, who graduated from one of those go-to guys, too." yards and a touchdown. touchdown or less, including them to be able to say that "My brother set a good ex- a 14-13 defeat to current No. 1 and know that down the road Mountain View with virtually Hollister points to his twin we're just going to keep getevery Cougar career receiv- brother, Jacob, who played ample," Cody Hollister said. Alabama. " We k ne w t h i s season ting better. And winning a ing record. Last season, at Ar- tight end for Wyoming this "His last game out he had izona Western College, Hol- season. Jacob Hollister, a a great game — almost 100 was going to be a fight and a bowl game is a great way to lister led the Matadors with standout high school quar- yards receiving. He set the grind," Cody Hollister said. start that off." 69 receptions for 934 yards terbackwho made the move tone for next year. A great "And we know we have so — Reporter: 541-383-0305; and five touchdowns. to tight end at Arizona West- final game can project into a much potential for next year. beastes@bendbulletin.com.

spring, said he helped Ekpre-Olomu get through the "initial stage of shock" after the injury. U nfortunately fo r

the

Ducks, fighting through this type of adversity has been a common theme throughout 2014. Left tackle Tyler Johnstone went down with a

torn ACL i n p reseason camp. Starting tight end Pharaoh Brown was lost after a gruesome leg injury against Utah. All-America center Hro-

niss Grasu (missed the last three games) and right tackle Andre Yruretagoyena (missed eight games) have endured significant lower-leg injuries. "You have to internalize

it," Pellum said, referring to the injury to Ekpre-Olo-

BOWL ROUNDUP

mu. "Then the next thing

N.C. State holds off Central Florida in St. Petersburg Bowl of total offense — over 200 more than opponents averaged against the Knights during the regular season.

turnaround under coach Dave

UCF's Ranneii Hall stiff-arms N.C. State's Jack Tocho during the

Doeren with a strong perfor-

first quarter

mance in the St. Petersburg

of the St. Petersburg Bowl

interceptions, completing pass- passes taken away because of es to eight receivers. Thornton interference penalties.

The Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, F l a. — North Carolina State took a nother step forward in i t s

Bowl. Jacoby Brissett threw for

on Friday.

262 yards and one touchdown and Matt Dayes scored on runs

N.C. State won 34-27.

of 24 and 15 yards to help the

Monica Herndon / Tampa Bay Times

Wolfpack beat Central Florida 34-27 on Friday night. Brissett tossed a 37-yard TD

pass to Johnathan Alston to put the Wolfpack (8-5) ahead for good in the second quarter. Running back Shadrach Thornton got N.C. State going early with an 18-yard scoring pass to Jaylen Samuels. UCF (9-4) began the night

Brissett was 15 of 26 with no

Big Ten season. Rutgers led 40-7 before the Tar Heels (6-7) scored twice in the final 7 min-

utes. North Carolina also had two second-half touchdown

rushed for 96 yards on 17 car-

HEART OF DALLAS BOWL

ries and Dayes finished with 78 yards on 13 attempts to key

Louisiana Tech 35, Illinois

a ground attack that produced

188 yards. Also on Friday:

18: DALLAS — Houston Bates had 4~/2 sacks against his former team to lead Louisiana

Tech. Bates graduated from QUICK LANE BOWL Illinois with a year of eligibiliRutgers 40 North Carolina ty remaining and transferred 21: DETROIT — Josh Hicks to Louisiana Tech (9-5) to finran for 202 yards and a touch- ish his college career close to down to lead Rutgers. Gary home. Kenneth Dixon scored Nova threw for 184 yards and one of his two touchdowns two touchdowns, and Robert on an 80-yard reception, and

ranked in the top 10 in fewest

American Athletic Conference

yards allowed per game, as well as pass efficiency, rushing and scoring defense. But

co-champions had no answers Martin ran for 100 yards and Xavier Woods returned an infor Brissett and a supporting two scores to help the Scarlet terception69 yards fora score cast thatamassed 488 yards Knights (8-5) cap their first for the Bulldogs.

is you've got to go out and fight for him. You've got to go out and you've got to carry him and fight for him. We've got to fight for Ifo and all the guys who got hurt this year. I think our

whole team has to be ready for this challenge. "We have to go play. That's the bottom line."

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By Paul Newberry • The Associated Press

They kept us on the edge of our seats and brought us to our feet. They sent us into joyful celebration or left us in anguished disbelief. When we look back at 2014, these are some of the games — not to mention stock car races, tennis finals and golf rounds — we will remember the most.

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IRON M A N B U M G A R N E R : So much for pitch counts and pampered arms. Madison Bumgarner almost single-handedly pitched the San Francisco Giants to their third World Series title in five years with three masterful performances against the upstart Kansas City Royals. Hewonthe opener (top left) with seven innings of one-hit ball and pitched a four-hit shutout with117 pitches in Game 5 (bottom left). But the drawling left-hander will be remembered most for his performance in Game 7, when he threw five innings of scoreless relief on two days of rest for a decisive 3-2 victory. The last of his 68 pitches came with the potential tying run at third base, resulting in a series-ending pop fly. "You know what?" he would say about half an hour later. "I'm a little tired now."

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SHOOTOUT IN SO C HI: T.J.Oshie wasoneof the last choices totheU.S. Olympic hockeyteam, but hesure came up big in Sochi. Facing the Russians and their screaming hometown crowd, including President Vladimir Putin, Oshie scored on four out of six chances in a shootout to give the Americans a thrilling 3-2 victory. Oshie scored in the first round and the shootout was still tied after three attempts by each team. At that point, under

COLTS COME B A CK : Speaking comebacks, of

international rules, the sameshooter can beusedover and over

Luckpassed for443yards and fourtouchdowns,shaking off

again. The Americans kept turning to Oshie, five times in a row, before he put a forehand through the goalie's legs for his fourth

three interceptions. He also scored a touchdown on a fumble

goalin sixchances."Atsomepoint,youthink,'Does he haveany

Not enough, it turned out, for Kansas City to end a 20-year drought since its last playoff win.

more moves left'?' " U.S. captain Zach Parise said.

the Colts pulled off a memorable one of their own in an AFC wild-card playoff game. Kansas City led 38-10 early in the third quarter, but Indianapolis scored 35 second-half points for the second-biggest rally in NFL postseason history. Andrew

recovery. The teamscombined for1,049 yards, a playoff record.

WIMBLEDON CLASSIC: Novak Djokovic wason the verge of finishing off Roger Federer in the fourth set of the Wimbledon men's final. The 33-year-old Swiss star would not go that easy. With Djokovic serving for the match at 5-3, Federer broke for the first time all day. He would go on to win five straight games, forcing a decisive set that pushed this one into classic

territory. Djokovic held onafter nearly four hours of momentum

shifts, winning 6-7 (7), 6-4, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-4 to deny Federer his record eighth title at the All-England Club. "I respect your career

and everything you havedone," Djokovic told Federer afterward. "And thank you for letting me win today."

5 vivVP

BRAZIL B L O W O U T : For a soccer-mad nation hosting the World Cup for the first time since1950, it was championship or bust. Oh, what a bust it was. Brazil was blown out by Germany 7-1 in the semifinals, the biggest rout ever that far along in the tournament. The Germans were unstoppable, scoring five goals in the first 30 minutes — four of them in a

SHOCKERS SHOCK ED : Wichita State had not

seven-minute span. "It was very important to stay calm, cool and courageous in facing Brazilian passion," said the winning

five points over the final 18 1/2 minutes. The Wildcats finally went ahead for good, 73-71, when James Young knocked down a 3-pointer with less than two minutes to go. The Shockers had a chance to win it and stay on course to be the first unbeaten national champion since Indiana in1976. Fred VanVleet's 3-pointer bounced off the side of the rim as the horn sounded. Kentucky 78, Wichita State 76.

coach, Joachim Loew, whose team went on to capture the title that was supposed to go to the home team. For Brazil, there was nothing but heartache, a nation plunging into mourning at the

unimaginable result. "We apologize to all Brazilians," defender David Luiz said.

WILD NIGHT IN

lost since the previous year's Final Four andtook a 35-0 record into its third-round game against Kentucky, a team that had underachieved after starting the year ranked No. 1. The game

went back and forth the entire way, the margin never more than

RACE FOR THE T I T L E : while it may seemabit like pro wrestling in the way it tries to manipulate the results, NASCAR got what it was looking for in the latest version of the Sprint Cup championship. Kevin Harvick pulled off a relentless dash through the field, going from 12th to first over the final 15 laps to claim his first title in the final race of the year at Homestead. He beat three other drivers also seeking their first titles: Denny Hamlin, Ryan Newman andJoey Logano. "Ifyou want to win the championship,

you're going tohave tofigure out howto win races," Harvick said. "In the end, that's what it came down to."

WINNING IN THE

WA CO : In a Big 12 showdown,

GLOAM I N G : After golf's first

neither team played a lick of defense until Marcus Mallet returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown with11 1/2 minutes

come back in that game," Petty said. "Twenty-one points isn't a big deal

three majors failed to produce much drama, the PGA Championship turned out to be pure theater with an All-Star cast. Rory Mcllroy, Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson all held a share of the lead on the back nine. The final two hours were filled with eagles and birdies, with tension and chaos. Finally, with darkness threatening to push the finale to the next morning, Mcllroy knocked in a10-inch putt that gave him a one-stroke victory over Mickelson. It was Boy Wonder's second straight major title and fourth overall, making him just the fourth player in the last century to win that many before his 26th birthday. The other three? Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and

for us."

Bobby Jones. Not bad company.

remaining, giving TCU aseemingly comfortable 58-37 lead over Baylor.

Turns out, no lead wassafe against Bears quarterback Bryce Petty. He led three lightning-quick touchdown drives to tie the game, then drove

Baylor into position for Chris Callahan's 28-yard field goal as time

expired for a beyond-improbable 61-58 victory. "I just knew looking

at guys' faces that wewere going to


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NFL: WEEK 17 PREVIEW

rioo wisions ow owns i i s ina we e e n •

By Barry Wilner • The Associated Press

rTis the season to watch bowl games. So if anyone is dubbing the Carolina-Atlanta matchup for the NFC South title the Garbage Bowl, well, let them — while also remembering that the winner will make the playoffs — and host a wild-card game. Yes, this year's NFC South

might be the worst division in league history, which will

John Froschauer/The Associated Press

Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson's running isn't always planned, but it has worked out well this season.

Wilson

out of the way to clear a path

to the end zone. Teammate BobbyWagner,

Continued from C1

"We never lost sight of the goal," said linebacker Thomas

that. Throw out the record.

for division titles Sunday have Throw out what has happened a lot more cachet: Detroit and

is unlikely to become only the called it "dope."

Davis, whose Panthers have

this season. We have a chance

second quarterback in NFL

Green Bay at Lambeau Field

WilsonsaidWednesdayhe

S e attle's middle linebacker, "I didn't even see it com-

won three in a row. "And here to do something special, some- for the NFC North, then Cin(6-8-1) or Falcons (6-9), which- we are in the last game of the thing that hasn't been done." cinnati at Pittsburgh for the

history to rush for 1,000 or ing," Wagner said. "I don't more yards in a season. Mi- even know what kind of move

ever team advances.

chael Vick ran for 1,039 yards t hat was that he did to get the

mean nothing to the Panthers

season with a chance to do

The other two showdowns

AFC North.

with the Atlanta Falcons in guyoffbalanceandstiff-arm 2006. him ... to have to play against "Yeah, close t o

1, 00 0 a g u y l i k e t hat w ould be

yards," he said, then laughed. dangerous." "Not sure if I'll get that this Ra m s coach Jeff Fisher is game. Hopefully not. I'll be w ell aware of Wilson's skill out of gas." as a runner. "The best way to Wilson, though, has shown describe it is that he's an exno signs of slowing down as tra player on offense," Fisher the season winds said this w e ek. "They're p l a ydown despite already running 112 W6 ~OfI t ing with 12, and that's very hard to times — 16 more waflt hjm • than in 2013 and defend." 18 more than in his g6 t t l iig hlt None of t h is is rookie season of W 6 Bl '6 tfj/'lrig ne w , o f c o urse. 2012. Wilson a r r i v ed tO k66p hjm Coaches echo in the NFL three ~ ~ years a g o w i t h Wiison's comments whenaskedwhyhe hlt Bi id h6 a group o f quarhas run more this dO6S B gr6Bt t er b acks t ou t season. That is just ed as potential how things have ~ game-changers worked out, they hi m s 6 l f. But beca use of their that'S pBrt Of abi l ity to run. But " The ga m e s R obert Gr i ff i n dictate that some- th 6 SCheme, 1 1 1 has battled mwhat," Sea t tle tO O.W6 WOn't ju r i es and Cam •

The Associated Press file photo

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Atlanta's Julio Jones

Detroit's Calvin Johnson

Pittsburgh's Le'Veon Bell

CAROLINA ATATLANTA Given that they alreadyown adraw (against Cincinnati), the Panthers would not mindanother one; it will also give themthe division. Only one team in a nonstrike seasonhasmadethe playoffs with a losing mark: Seattle in 2010.Carolina is trying to becomethe first repeat NFCSouth champion, andunder coach RonRivera it has gone 14-3 in Decembergames since 2011. Only New England(15-2) has abetter record. Falcons receiver Julio Joneshas100 receptions, tops in the NFC, and also leads the conference with 1,535 yards receiving. "Wearetreating it as a playoff gameandthat's what we've beendoing these last couple ofweeks," said Jones' fellow wideout in Atlanta, RoddyWhite.

DETROIT(11-4) ATGREENBAY (11-4)

CINCINNATI (10-4-1) AT PITTSBURGH(10-5)

Not only does adivision crown come to the winner here, butafirst-round playoffbye, perhapseventopseedintheNFC,depending on what Seattle andArizona do. For Detroit to go into LambeauField and march off with a victory would be something different. The Lions have lost 23 straight in Wisconsin to the Packers, including a1994 wild-card game.Detroit last beat GreenBayonthe road on Dec. 15, 1991. ThePackers are7-0 in Green Bay,joining Denver and New Englandastheonly unbeatens at home this season. Fast starts makeall the difference: GreenBay isoutscoring opponents 86-7 in the first quarter of the past six home games.

Like the Lions andPackers, both of these teams are in. Pittsburgh might have anedge after scoring 25 fourth-quarter points at Cincinnati to win their first meeting. The Steelers have won three in a row.This could be a shootout considering how potent Pittsburgh's offense has beenbehind BenRoethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell andAntonio Brown. Plus, the Bengals haveunveiled a dynamic running game with rookie Jeremy Hill and GioBernard, and if A.J. Green's right arm is OK, hecan be a game-buster. Greencaught11 passes for a career-high 224 yards in the first gameagainst Pittsburgh.

SAN DIEGO (9-6) AT KANSASCITY (8-7)

JACKSONVILLE (3-12) AT HOUSTON(8-7)

This is simple. And complex. Depends onwhowins. If the Chargers do, they get the final AFC wild card. If Kansas City prevails, the Chiefs, who will be without starting quarterback AlexSmith (lacerated spleen), then need Baltimore andHouston to lose. San Diego is trying to replicate its strong finish of 2013, when it grabbed that wild-card slot by beating the Chiefs in the season finale.

The Texans, too, are hanging in theAFCrace, just one year after going 2-14. Doing so with an unstable QB situation and virtually no contributions from top overall draft pick JadeveonClowney pinpoints how important defensive endJ.J. Watt has been inHouston. Houston must win and haveBaltimore and SanDiego lose to advance. Blake Bortles, the third overall pick in the draft, has thrown17 picks, but healso has passed for 2,791 yards andneeds 29 topass Byron Leftwich for the franchise rookie record.

ST. LOUIS(6-9) AT SEATTLE(11-4) The Seahawksare looking every bit like defending Super Bowl champions, with a defensethat is impenetrable and lots of big plays on offense by Russell Wilson andMarshawn Lynch. Avictory earns Seattle homefield advantage throughout the NFC playoffs — and woe to the rest of the conference. But a loss could sink theSeahawks to awild card. The Rams beat the Seahawks inOctober with the help of apunt-return touchdown and a fourth-down conversion via afake punt. But they also are headed for a losing record for the eighth straight season.

BUFFALO (8-7) AT NEWENGLAND(12-3) It is not Bill Belichick's style to rest players evenwith nothing to gain. The AFCEast champion Patriots own the conference's top spot and will have a first-round bye for the fifth consecutive year. TheBills can only imagine what oneplayoff berth, let alone abye, feels like. They extended the league's longest current postseason drought to15 seasons but have a shot at a winning record for the first time since 2004.

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pergame. Since Harvinwas De s pite all the running, traded, Wilson is averaging Wilson had not missed a play 62 rushing yards. this season until being reThe Seahawks have a p l aced by Tarvaris Jackson package of designed runs for for the final series this past Wilson. Other plays include Sunday. an option for Wilson to run, Se a ttle's coaches design such as zone reads,during runs to keep Wilson largely

OAKLAND (3-12) AT DENVER(11-4)

INDIANAPOLIS (10-5) AT TENNESSEE(2-13)

Hardly dominant like they were in 2013, the Broncos could use afeelgood finish to the season.They havewon six straight in the series and Peyton Manning haswonhis past eight meetings with Oakland. But he has had somestruggles recently. A Denver win gives it a bye inthe wildcard round. Oakland hasgotten all of its wins this season under interim coach TonySparano after losing its first four under Dennis Allen.

Indy is locked in asthe No. 4seed in theAFCbut comesoff a 42-7 whipping at the hands of Dallas andneeds to show at least something in this one. The Colts havewon six straight and11 of12 against the Titans. A loss Sunday would bealarming considering Tennesseehas dropped nine straight and is in the running for the top overall draft pick.

ARIZONA (11-4) AT SANFRANCISCO(7-8)

Tampa Bay is theother, uh, front-runner for selecting first in the draft and has lost five in a row.The Saints somehowflopped in their last five home games, so finishing off a distressing season onthe road might be agood thing.

ball to Marshawn Lynch (or him to be smart enough to another running back) or a v oid taking big hits. "We don't want him getkeep it. And then there are the t i ng hit," Carroll said."We times that just happen, such are trying to keep him from as the 55-yard run in Sun- getting hit and he does a day's 35-6 win over Arizo- g reatjob of thathimself. But

PHILADELPHIA(9-6) AT NEWYORKGIANTS(6-9)

na. On a play from Seattle's t h at's part of the scheme, too.

The end of Jim Harbaugh's highly successful stint in SanFrancisco? Quite possibly. This is the first losing record for him after taking the 49ers to the NFC title game in all three previous seasons ascoach. There was also the SuperBowl loss to the Ravenstwo seasons back. Arizona owns a playoff berth, wins the NFC West with a victory here and aloss by Seattle, but is starting rookie LoganThomas at quarterback. He is the fourth QB to start this year for the injury-ravagedCardinals.

CLEVELAND (7-8) AT BALTIMORE(9-6) If San Diego losesand Baltimore wins, the Ravensmakethe postseason for the sixth time in JohnHarbaugh's sevenyears as coach. But by blowing a lead to theChargers on Nov. 30 in aone-point loss, the Ravens put themselves in this difficult spot. Cleveland concludes yet another nonplayoff year with rookie Connor Shawgoing at quarterback after injuries to Brian Hoyer andJohnny Manziel. The Browns' bright outlook dimmed as they dropped their past four gamesandfive of six.

DALLASt11-4) AT WASHINGTONt4-11) The Cowboys probably are concentrating on playing next week, because they need alot to happen to get a bye— such as a Dallas victory and losses by Seattle andArizona; a tie in Green Bay; or someother scenarios involving draws. Might be agood chance toget NFLrushing leader DeMarco Murray healed upfrom his hand injury. The Redskins actually beat Dallas earlier this year.

NEW ORLEANS (6-9) AT TAMPABAY(2-13)

After beating Dallas to takecontrol of the NFCEast onThanksgiving Day, the Eagles lost three in arow to fall out of playoff contention. Meanwhile, the Giants havewontheir past three and thefervor for getting rid of Tom Coughli nascoachhaspretty muchsubsided.

CHICAGO (5-10) AT MINNESOTA(6-9) The fervor for a newcoach, GMand quarterback in Chicago has not died down. The Bearshavenot beaten ateam with a winning record, and they go back to JayCutler at quarterback becauseJimmy Clausengot concussed last week in his first start for them. Minnesota hasshowed progress, especially on defense, under first-year coach MikeZimmer, although it has also been a tumultuous season for the Vikings given the Adrian Peterson suspension.

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RATING™ * * * 0 0 ASSETS $4,286 million EXP RATIO 1.01% MANAGER Eric Fischman SINCE 2002-04-02 RETURNS3-MO +5.8 Foreign Markets YTD +9.9 NAME LAST CHG %CHG 1-YR +10.4 -19.12 -A4 Paris 4,295.85 3-YR ANNL +20.5 London 6,609.93 +11.75 + . 18 5-YR-ANNL +14.9 Frankfurt 9,922.11 +56.35 + . 57 Hong Kong23,349.34 + 15.65 + . 07 TOP 5HOLDINGS -.70 Mexico 43,002.17 Visa Inc Class A Milan 19,352.13 +278.09 +1.46 Tokyo 17,81 8.96 +1 0.21 +.06 Google Inc Class A Stockholm 1,470.49 + 8.74 + . 60 Facebook Inc ClassA Sydney 5,369.50 +13.10 + . 24 Apple Inc Zurich 9,021.67 -11.78 -.13 Danaher Corp

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PERCENT RETURN Yr RANK FUND N AV CHG YTD 1YR 3YR BYR 1 3 5 American Funds AmBalA m 24 . 93+.93 +9.6 +10.0 +15.0+12.2 8 A A CaplncBuA m60.31 +.14 +7.9 +8.7 +11.6 +9.1 A 8 A CpWldGrlA m 46.70 +.12 +5.4 +6.3 +16.1 +9.3 8 8 C EurPacGrA x 47.60 -.62 -1.7 -0.3 +12.0 +5.9 8 8 C FnlnvA m 52. 6 9 +.13 +10.3 +10.7 +19.1+13.5 D D D GrthAmA m 43.12 +.20 +10.4 +10.9 +21.0+13.5 D 8 D IncAmerA m 21.80 +.94 +9.5 +10.0 +13.2+11.3 8 8 A InvCoAmA m 37.65 +.17 +13.8 +14.3 +20.2+13.5 C C D NewPerspA x 36.65 2.42 +4.3 +5.2 +16.8+10.6 C A 8 WAMutlnvA m41.50 +.BB+12.7 +13.0 +18.5+15.0 C C A Dodge &Cox Income 13.74 +.91 +5.2 +5 .3 +4.8 +5.1 C A 8 IntlStk 42.68 -.91 +1.4 + 3 .0 +15.8 +8.2 A A A Stock 183.31 +.29 +11.8 +12.7 +24.0+15.6 C A A Fidelity Contra 99.21 + . 38+10.9+11.1 +19.9+15.0 C C 8 ContraK 99.1 3 + .38+11.1 +11.2 +20.0+15.1 C C 8 LowPriStk d 50.48 +.12 +8.1 + 8 .7 +19.7+15.6 D C 8 Fideli S artan 500 l dxAdvtg 73.89 +.24+15.2 +15.7 +20.7+15.5 A 8 A FrankTemp-Frankli n IncomeC m 2.44 ... +4.0 +4.8 +10.4 +9.0 C A A IncomeA m 2. 4 2 +.91+ 5.0 + 5 .4 +11.1 +9.6 8 A A Oakmark Intl I 23.72 -.91 -3.9 -2.6 +17.3 +9.9 C A A Oppenheimer RisDivA m 20 . 29 +.85 +12.6 +13.1 +17.1+13.2 C E D RisDivB m 17 . 95 +.85 +11.7 +12.2 +16.1+12.2 D E E RisDivC m 17 . 83 +.95 +11.8 +12.3 +16.2+12.3 D E E SmMidValA m49.26 +.12+11.8 +12.1 +18.7+13.1 C D E SmMidValB m41.44 +.10 +11.0 +11.2 +17.7+12.2 C E E T Rowe Price Eqtylnc 33.21 + .BB+8.8 + 9.3 +18.0+13.4 E D C GrowStk 52.4 4 + .29 +9.9 +10.0 +21.8+15.9 D A A HealthSci 68.4 8 +.74+32.9 +33.1 +38.6+27.7 8 A A Newlncome 9. 5 5 . .. +5 .4 + 5 .4 + 3.2 +4.4 8 C D Vanguard 500Adml 192.59 +.63 +15.3 +15.7 +20.7+15.5 A 8 A 500lnv 192.59 +.63 +15.1 +15.5 +20.6+15.4 A 8 A CapOp 53.38 +.27 +20.3 +20.8 +26.4+16.0 A A A Eqlnc 31.69 +.96 +13.0 +13.5 +18.4+16.0 8 C A IntlStkldxAdm 26.30 +.87 -3.1 -1.8 +9.6 NA 8 D StratgcEq 32.52 +.15 +14.9 +15.2 +24.2+18.5 A A A TgtRe2020 29.21 +.87 +7.7 +8.2 +11.9 +9.7 A A A Tgtet2025 17.80 +.84 +7.9 +8.4 +13.0+10.2 A 8 8 TotBdAdml 10.83 +.81 +5.5 +5.5 +2.7 +4.3 8 D D Totlntl 15.73 +.85 -3.1 -1.8 +9.5 +4.6 8 D D TotStlAdm 52.27 +.19 +14.0 +14.5 +20.8+15.7 8 8 A TotStldx 52.26 +.20 +13.9 +14.3 +20.6+15.6 C 8 A USGro 30.27 +.13 +14.4 +14.9 +22.2+15.2 A A B Welltn x 39.46 1.71 +10.7 +11.0 +14.3+11.3 A A A FAMILY

PCT 2.88 2.64 2.45 Fund Footnotes: b -Feecovering marketcosts is paid from fund assets. d - Deferredsales charge, cr redemption 2.31 fee. f - front load (salescharges). m - Multiple feesarecharged, usually amarketing feeandeither a sales or 2.24 redemption fee.Source: Momtngstar.

Commodities

FUELS

The price of oil fell Friday, resuming a slide that has cut the price of crude nearly in half since June. Natural gas also fell. In metals trading, gold and silver rose. Copper fell.

Crude Oil (bbl) Ethanol (gal) Heating Oil (gal) Natural Gas (mmbtu) UnleadedGas(gal)

Foreign Exchange The dollar gained versus the euro, the pound and

Japanese yen. The ICE U.S. Dollar index,

which compares the dollar's value to a basket of key currencies, also increased.

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Gold (oz) Silver (oz) Platinum (oz) Copper (Ib) Palladium (oz)

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AGRICULTURE Cattle (Ib)

CLOSE PVS. %CH. %YTD 1.65 1.63 +1.38 +22.5 Coffee (Ib) 1.69 1.70 -0.91 +52.3 -1.7 Corn (hu) 4.15 4.08 +1.72 Cotton (Ih) 0.62 0.62 -0.24 -27.2 Lumber (1,000 hd ft) 338.50 338.90 -0.12 -6.0 Orange Juice (Ih) 1.42 1.44 - 1.50 + 3 . 7 Soybeans (hu) 10.48 10.29 +1.82 -20.2 Wheat(hu) 6.11 6.12 - 0.12 + 0 . 9 1YR.

MAJORS CLOSE CHG. %CHG. AGO USD per British Pound 1.5558 +.0004 +.03% 1.6420 Canadian Dollar 1.1 6 26 -.0002 -.02% 1.0643 USD per Euro 1.2176 -.0043 -.35% 1.3693 JapaneseYen 120.39 + . 2 4 + .20% 1 04.72 Mexican Peso 14. 6842 -.0332 -.23% 13.0674 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLEEAST Israeli Shekel 3.9186 -.0055 -.14% 3.4917 Norwegian Krone 7 . 4775 +.0286 +.38% 6.1408 South African Rand 11.6100 -.0052 -.04% 10.3632 Swedish Krona 7.8 5 05 + .0745 +.95% 6.5499 Swiss Franc .9878 +.0037 +.37% . 8 962 ASIA/PACIFIC 1.2321 +.0001 +.01% 1.1245 Australian Dollar Chinese Yuan 6.2289 +.0232 +.37% 6.0749 Hong Kong Dollar 7.7614 +.001 4 +.02% 7.7554 Indian Rupee 63.683 +.208 +.33% 61.940 Singapore Dollar 1.3242 +.001 7 +.13% 1.2692 South KoreanWon 1106.15 +3.75 +.34% 1059.50 -.00 -.00% 30.04 Taiwan Dollar 31.73


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BRIEFING Gaming networks possibly hacked The computer networks for Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation 4 video game consoles were offline for most of Christmas Day, possibly becauseof an attack by agroup of hackers with a history of targeting video games. The hackers who call themselves the "Lizard Squad" claimed responsibility on Twitter for the shutdown, which essentially rendered the gaming devices unusable, but neither company confirmed the source of its problems. A Microsoft spokesman on Friday said the Xbox network was back up, but he declined to commentonthecause. Press officials for Sony did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

New Teslamodel to get rangeboost Elon Musk hasconfirmed an upgradefor the Tesla Roadster, the

electric car company's convertible model, and says that the newfeatures significantly boost its range — beyond what many traditional cars can get on atank of gasoline. There are three retrofits coming to the Roadster, according to Tesla. First is a battery upgrade that marks a 31 percent increase in capacity. Next is an "aero kit" that will alter the car's profile slightly, producing a15 percent reduction in drag dueto wind resistance. Finally, the company said in a blog post Friday, the Roadster will be getting new, more efficient tires. — From wire reports

Home pricesdip in Bend,jump in Redmond Big deal Bulletin staff report The median price for a single-family home dipped 1 percent in Bend last month,

ON THE MOVE

report by Appraiser Donnie

ber's median and a $10,000 increase over November

The Bratton Report. But the median price last month in

Montagner, owner of The

2013, according to the report.

Beacon Appraisal Group in Redmond. In November

Sales of single-family homes in Redmond in-

2013, Bend recorded 165 sin-

creased by two, from 64

gle-family home sales. Redmond's median price for a single-family home last month reached $210,000, a $22,000 increase over Octo-

sales in October to 66 in November. The report showed 51 single-family home sales in Redmond in November

Bend was the same as the price recorded in Novem-

fell to $295,000 last month,

Bend last month represent-

$3,000below October'sme-

ed a drop of 51 sales over

ber 2013, according to the

report. The 156 homes sold in

2013.

for tiny

grocery chain ByShanLi Los Angeles Times

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LOS ANGELES — A super-

market David is gulping down a Goliath.

Haggen Inc., a tiny Northwest chain, is buying 146 Vons, Pavilions, Albertsons and Safeway stores, including 83 in California and the two Albertsons grocery stores in

By Andrew Khouri Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — Congestion at the nation's busiest

Bend. The Federal Trade Com-

mission ordered them sold as part of the merger of Albertsons and Safeway this year.

ports, in Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, is an impediment to the nation's

economy, which is finally kicking into high gear.

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percent expansion for the Bellingham, Washington, company, which now operates 18 stores in Oregon and Washington. "This was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," said Bill

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The months-long bottle-

neck is hurting retailers and other businesses that aren't getting their shipments on time as ships from Asia anchor off the Los Angeles coastline waiting for the

Shaner, chief executive of

docks to clear. "It's been the bane of my

Haggen in the Pacific South-

existence," said Lisa Foster,

a very dynamic marketplace. The chance to grow the brand was very unique." The chain did not disclose what it paid for the stores. Shaner said Haggen has

west. "They are great stores in

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whose Venice, California, business sells reusable shopping bags imported from China. "And it's only getting worse and worse and worse." That's in stark contrast to

distinguished itself with a

a national economy that's

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heavy emphasis on fresh pro-

on pace to add the most new

Trucks line up at the Port of Los Angeles last month. Congestion at this port and others is creating

duce and quality meats and

jobs since 1999. On Tuesday, a government report showed

a drag on the economy.

seafood. That focus will be reflected in the new stores once they are rebranded as Haggen starting in 2015, he said. "Haggen is between an Al-

the economy last quarter

grew at the fastest pace in more than a decade. Growth, however, would

have been stronger if the ports — which handle roughly 40 percent of U.S. imports

— were operating smoothly, said international trade economist Jock O'ConnelL The

negative drag probably will worsen in the fourth quarter,

improves and a shortage of the trailers that truckers use

to haul goods from the ports. In February, a sharedtrailer system will roll out, designed to make the equipment more available for truckers. And this week, the Long

Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners voted to ask the federal government for permission to work with its

ports' operations. The congestion is wreaking havoc on supply chains across the country. Many retailers flew their goods or diverted them to the East and Gulf coasts to ensure deliver-

The logjam has been a nightmare for small firms as well. Foster, owner of 1 Bag

ies for the holiday season. Businesses are likely to ab-

at a Time in Venice, said she can't promise potential customers speedy delivery of her company's reusable shopping bags from China.

sorb the added costs, which will affect bottom lines in

went elsewhere and sales

the fourth quarter, said Jon-

In response, would-be clients were lost, she said. "Uncertainty kills a lot of

bertsons and Vons, and what

you might see to some extent in a Whole Foods," Shaner said. "You will see a little tweak in assortment, a little tweak in the

quality of the offerings." The companywillkeep existing store employees and managers, Shaner said. Observers said that expand-

tionsurfaced,hesaid. "This does act as a drag

competitor in LA in a bid to

athan Gold, vice president

clear the docks.

"These are systemic problems that can only be solved by bringing all the parties together," Port of Long Beach chief executive Jon Slangerup said in a

of supply chain and customs policy at the National Retail

my business," she said.

on theeconomy," O'Connell said. "You want the ports, the

Federation.

slightly since Thanksgiving, said Port of Long Beach spokesman Art Wong. The number of ships anchored off the coast has declined, but

effectively with suppliers and

because of West Coast port congestion. FedEx Corp. chief executive Frederick

the docks still overflow with

buying power and market share to have a meaningful

Smith told analysts that some

Chinese New Year — when

consumers are finding goods out of stock when they order online.

factories traditionally close — threatens to reverse any

entire supply chain to operate • The St. Charles Health System board of directors has electedDanSchuette as chai rman andQennis Dempseyasvicechairman. Schuette is an investment adviser representative with OneCascade Investments. Dempsey is the superintendent of schoolsfor the Catholic Diocese of Baker and the educational leadership ganger- supervisor for the wick University of Oregon in Central and Eastern Oregon. • Dave Qanderwick was elected president of the Redmond Chamber of Commerce board of directors Dougan for 2015. Standerwick currently ownsand operates Polar Bear Gas 8 Wash Homan and Polar Bean Coffee Cottage, both in Redmond. • Michelle Mercerjoins the Visit Bend board of directors. Merceris the marketing director for Sun Country Tours. • Karen Dougan,a certified instructor, has recently beenhired at Jazzercise BendNEinside Get AMoveOn Studio. • AmeriTitle has promoted Justin Homan to assistant vice presidentand general manager of the Prineville, Madrasand Burns operations. Hewill also continue asgeneral manager of the Prineville branch andoversee operations in Jefferson and Harney counties. Homan has a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Washington and more than 14years of industry experience.

October, according to the

but jumped nearly 12 percent in Redmond, according to a report released in early December. Bend's median home price

when the most brutal conges-

PEOPLE

dian, according to The Beacon Report, formerly called

at maximum efficiency. And it's not."

LA and Long Beach are trying to speed up the flow of cargo. The ports are taking a variety of steps to ease the logistical nightmare they blame on the increased use of huge container ships, a surge in cargo as the economy

Yoga clothing firm Lululemon Athletica Inc. lowered its 2014 revenue guidance earlier this month, in part

statement.

According to terminal operators and shipping lines, dockworkers are slowing down on the job to gain leverageduring contractnegotiations, further hindering

The situation has improved

cargo. And a likely cargo surge before the February

improvement.

ing the company to 164 stores in five states will give Haggen the muscle to negotiate more make a real push into new territories.

"You really need a mini-

mum of 100 stores to have the impact in the marketplace both with competitors and

consumers," said Burt Flickinger III, managing director of Strategic Resource Group. At the same time, the chain must now deal with operating

a vastly bigger organization. There is a danger it will run

Washington to have highest minimumwage

into trouble exporting its

culture to the larger group of stores and will lose some of the uniqueness that has made

The Seattle Times The minimum wage in Washington state will goup by 15 cents to $9.47 an hour starting Thursday, Jan. 1. That will make Wash-

ington's minimum wage the highest among the 50 states,

followedby Oregon, which

is increasing its minimum to

in 1998.

cording to the state's Employ-

$9.25, according to the state

The minimum wage applies to workers in all industries, although 14- and 15-year-olds

ment Security Department.

can be paid 85 percent of the

wages on New Year's Day, according to the nonprofit

Department of Labor and Industries. Washington makes an annual cost-of-living adjustment to its minimum wage eachyear, as required by an initiative approvedby voters

adult minimum, or $8.05 an hour, according to the state.

The pay increase will affect more than 67,000workers, ac-

Eighteen other states, will also increase their minimum National Employment Law Project. New York will do so a

day ahead, on Dec. 31.

it successful, analysts said. Flickinger said the chance to expand so rapidly in one swoop probably was too tempting to pass up. "It is arguably the best opportunity to expand cost effectively and in the West Coast for the last 15 years," he said.

BEST OFTHE BIZ CALENDAR JAN. 5 Discover aCareer in Real Estate:Jim Mazziotti answers questions before beginning a career in real estate; free, RSVPby email; 6 p.m.; Exit Realty Bend, 354 NEGreenwood Ave., Suite 100; 541-4808835 or soarwithexit© gmail.com. JAN. 6 • What's Brewing? Bend's TownHall: Bend Chamber of Commerce; outlook for the 2015 legislative session; panelists discuss biofuels, Cover Oregon,workforce education, affordable housing, taxes andmore; pre-registration $15 chamber members, $20 nonmembers; 5-7 p.m.; Deschutes Brewery 8 Public House, 1044NW Bond St.; 541-382-3221 or www.bendchamber.org. • Brewing Certificate Information Session:

Learn about the Central Oregon Community College exam-preparation course to earn the Institute of Brewing & Distilling General Certificate in Brewing; free, registration requested; 5:30-6:30 p.m.; COCC Chandler Lab, 1040 NW Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7270, ceinfo© cocc.edu or www.cocc. edu/continuinged/GCB. • SCOREfree business counseling:Business counselors conduct free 30-minute one-on-one conferences with local entrepreneurs; check in at the library desk on the second floor; 5:30-7 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St.; www. SCORECentral0regon.org. JAN. 7 • Business Startup Class:Decide if

running a business

is for you; $29, registration required; 6-8 p.m.; COCC Chandler Building, 1027 NW Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7290 or www.cocc.edu/sbdc. • Business Planning and Goal Setting:Learn about the importance of a business plan; one in a series of monthly workshops by SCORE business counselors; free; registration required, 541-61 7-7080; 5:30-7:30 p.m. Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St. JAN. 8 • ManagingDay-to-Day Performance:Identify performance gapsfor improved productivity; part of COCC'sLeadership series; $95; 8 a.m.noon; Central Oregon Community College, Bend campus; Boyle EdCenter

Room 154; 541-383-7270. JAN. 10 • OregonAlcohol Server Training:Oregon Liquor Control Commission Alcohol Server permit; workbook provided. Must be 18 years of age;$39; registration required; 9a.m.-f p.m.; Cascade Culinary Institute, 2555 NW CampusVillage Way, Bend; 541-3837270 or www.cocc.edu/ continuinged. • SoundBusiness8 Financial Planning: Business planning for agribusinesses; $10/farm, register online or call 541-447-6228; 9-11:30 a.m.; Central Oregon Community College RedmondTechnology Education Center, 2324SE College Loop, Redmond; www.agbiz.eventbrite. com. • Grand Opening Weekend:Hayden Homes

new community grand opening weekend; free; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Hayden Homes atWesterly, 63261 Newhall Place, Bend; 541-316-4966, westerly© hayden-homes.com or www.hayden-homes.com. JAN. 13 • Real estate broker license prepcourse: Preparation to qualify for the OregonReal Estate Broker's License Exam; $600, registration required by Jan. 6; 6-9 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 NW Coll egeWay,Bend; 541-383-7270, ceinfo© cocc.edu. JAN. 14 • LaunchYour Business: Central Oregon Community College Small Business Development Centercourse;runs through Feb.11; $199, registration required; 6-9 p.m.; COCC Chandler

Building, 1027 NW Trenton Ave., Bend; 541383-7290 or www.cocc. edu/sbdc. JAN. 15 • BusinessStartup Class:Decide if running a business is for you; $29, registration required; 6-8 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College — Crook County Open Campus, 510 SELynn Blvd., PrIneville; 541-3837290 or www.cocc.edu/ sbdc. JAN. 16 • WordPressBeginning I:Learn to build a business website with WordPress; $99, registration required; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 NWCollege Way, Bend; 541-3837270, ceinfo©cocc. edu or www.cocc.edu/ continuinged.

JAN. 17 • IluickBooksPro 2014 — Beginning I:Learn to set up accounts, create invoices, record salesand enter payments. Includes textbook; $89, registration required; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 NW Coll egeW ay,Bend; 541-383-7270, ceinfo© cocc.edu or www.cocc. edu/continuinged. JAN.20 • SearchEngine Strategies:Learnabout search engineoptimization; class runs throughJan. 27; $99; registration required; 6-8 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College,2600 NW Coll egeW ay,Bend; 541-383-7270, ceinfo© cocc.edu orwww.cocc. edu/continuinged.

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SPOTLIGHT

Bend bridge champ winssilver Local duplicate bridge player HuubBertens has received asilver medal at the World Mind Games, formerly known as the World Bridge Olympics. Thegames were held in Beijing. Bertens and his partner, Curtis Cheek, competed against China,Monaco and Israel. Bertens is originally from the Netherlands, but moved to Bendtwo years ago. He isranked

TASTEMAKER

MENSWEAR

Lupita Nyong'o became aninfluen-

Pharrell Williams became a fashion icon because of his allegiance to the oversize Vivienne Westwood hat.

tial figure in fashion through sheer elegance and restraint. The Associated Press file photo

The Associated Press file photo

11th in the United

States, is a seven-time European Champion and has previously won a silver medal in this competition in Istanbul in 2004.

Bertens and his wife, Jeanne, play bridge in Bend at the CascadeDuplicate Bridge Club.

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Foundation funds

local programs

A new OregonCommunity Foundation grant program promises to grant $300,000 to small community-driven arts and culture organizations every year for the next five years. In Central Oregon in 2014, OCF awarded nearly $17,000 in Small Arts and Culture grants to the following organizations: • Archaeological Society of Central Oregon • Crook County Parks & Recreation Foundation • Fossil Players • High Desert Chamber Music • Rise Up International • ScaleHouse In addition to the Small Arts and Culture grant program, OCF has granted $68,415 to the Confederated Tribes of WarmSprings through its K-12Student Success: OutofSchool Time program. Further, OCF awarded more than $466,000 in 68 grants to nonprofits in Central Oregon during the fall grant cycle, and $7.6 million statewide. Additional Central Oregon grant recipients include: • Central Oregon Veterans Ranch • Kids Club of Jefferson County • Jericho Road • The Landing Youth & Tutoring Center • Oregon Natural Desert Association • Sisters Schools Foundation For full lists of grants, visit www. oregoncf.org. For information about the Small Arts and Culture grants and K-12Student Success grants, visit www.oregoncf.org/ ocf-initiatives. To learn more about OCFgrants in Central 8 Eastern Oregon, contact OCF's Associate Program Officer, Cheryl Puddy, at

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TRENDS

IN MEMORIAM

Fashion Week pillar Oscar de la

2014 was the year of wearable tech, with Apple, among others, unveiling a smart watch. Whether it's chic or not is up for debate.

Renta, whose aesthetic influenced decades worth of regimes, both political and celebrity, died at age 82.

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By Vanessa Friedmane New York Times News Service

t's been a funny, mixed-up year in fashion. Simply consider the fact that the biggest trendsetter of September's fashion month was neither a fashion brand nor one based in the big four fashion capitals (New York, London, Milan, Paris). It was Apple, and its unveiling of the Apple watch took place in Cupertino, California — though it made waves all the way to Colette, on the Rue St.-Honore. Or consider the fact that in June a celebrity not known for her irony got up to receive a "fashion icon" award wearing effectively nothing. Rihanna wasn't, as it happened, implicitly making a searing Emperor's

a mega-moment, complete with travel- rolled round in December, the biggest ing collection and flown-in supermod- trend was a melange of contrast print New Clothes commentary about the els (Louis Vuitton, unveiling its resort in black and white. pret-aporteruniverse when she accept- collection in Monaco; Dior coming to Fashion reflects reality. The proof is ed her prize from the Council of Fashion

Brooklyn), and those that refused to

Designers of America in a see-through even allow a photo out in public until "dress" by Adam Selman, but she was the clothes went into stores (Celine). creating an Instagrammable moment. You might blame it on the seemingly As for the rest of us, we were caught be- irreconcilable standoff in Washington, tween celebrating social media and be- one side pitted against the other, or moaning what it might mean for style. even the unpredictable weather switchAnd so it went: up and down and eroos from hot to cold and back again, back and forth. During the resort but the oppositions were enough to shows, brands were split straight down give you conceptual whiplash. No wonthe middle between those that opted for der by the time the pre-fall collections

in the pattern.

Influencers: In and out In a Kardashian world, where it of-

ten seems the bigger and blingier the better (at least for the blogosphere), the debuts of Lupita Nyong'o and Amal Alamuddin as sartorial tastemakers stoodoutfortheir sheer elegance and refusal to play the over-the-top game. See Fashion /D4

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Van GouldholdshisNoPhone, a solid plastic block for use

as a surrogate smartphone. The project raised more than $18,000 on Kickstarter.

Meline, an independent musician with a loyal grass-roots following, was preparing to release his group's just-completed album. He said he had just smoked a joint and began to imagine ways to engage his fans. On a lark, he sent an email to them, offering all

kinds of purposefully ludicrous Kickstarter.com to try to raise revenue-generating extras. money for thecatrecord. For instance, he and his Within 41 days, the project bandmate, Michael Render, had surpassed its goal. Visiwould accompany a child to tors eventually pledged more a classroom show-and-tell for than $65,000. "It didn't occur to me how $25,000. or, for a cool $40,000, Mepowerful a cat and the Internet

record," said Meline, who will end up donating about $50,000

line wrote, the band would

are together," said Meline,

site, on which creators and

remake its new album rapping over nothing but cat sounds.

better known asthe rapper ElP, one half of the political rap

entrepreneursappealtothe

duo Run the Jewels. Thanks

variousprojectsin exchange for special contributors-only perks, has always been a home to seemingly silly ventures.

It was meant as a joke. But

a fan named Sly Jones took matters into his own hands

to crowdfunding, his musical oeuvre has now expanded to

and started a crowdfunding

include the album "Meow the

campaign on the platform

Jewels." It's "a seminal stupid

to charity, according to Jones.

Welcome to Warped Kickstarter, where some pretty absurd ideas are getting rewarded with tens of thousands of dollars. The crowdfunding Internet public to help fund

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D2 THE BULLETIN• SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014

Magazinecreatesstir amongEvangelical Christians By Mark Oppenheimer

from Mars Hill, his Seattle

press — led by The Charlotte Observer — that helped bring down the evangelists Jim andTammy Faye Bakker, who were accused of misusing ministry funds in the late

megachurch. Last

1980s.

New York Times News Service

In October, Mark Driscoll,

the evangelical pastor and best-selling author, resigned m onth,

"Joel said, 'Gee, I wish we

Mars Hill announced that it was dissolving its network of

had done that,'" Olasky re-

13 satellite churches. In the aftermath of his fall, Driscoll, who was known for

his autocratic management style, his quashing of dissent and his unusually frank talk about how Christian wives can please their husbands in bed, had himself to blame. In

called. "We don't want to leave it to the secular press to expose wrongdoing within the church." Olasky said that there is no

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Marvin Olasky is editor in chief of World magazine, a Christian

resigning, Driscoll admitted news publication in Asheville, North Carolina. his failings, citing his "past pride, anger and a domineering spirit." World, and Driscoll was not investigative reporting. But Driscoll cannot take all the first conservative ChrisJewish newspaper The Forthe credit for his own down- tian leader that the magazine ward gleefully reports on the fall. For one thing, any faithful had taken on. foibles of communal leaders, Christian would give Satan In October 2012, a World and Commonweal,run by lay his due for leading Driscoll reporter, Warren Cole Smith, Catholics, publishes work critastray. Then there is the role revealed that Dinesh D'Souza, ical of the Roman Catholic hiplayed by World, an evan- the conservative author, film- erarchy. But evangelical Protgelical Christian newsmag- maker and activist, had at- estant journalism is generally azine that broke one of the tended a Christian conference more public r elations than most damaging stories about with a woman not his wife reporting; World stands out as Driscoll. In March, World re- — a woman he was introduc- an exception. "We're a Christian publicaported that $210,000 in Mars ing as his fiancee. Soon after, Hill church funds had gone to D'Souza resigned as president tion but not a movement ora marketing firm that prom- of King's College in New York gan," Olasky said. "So we can ised to get "Real Marriage," a City. publicly criticize Christian book written by Driscoll and Founded in 1986 and based leaders from other organizahis wife, on best-seller lists. in Asheville, North Carolina, tions. Other publications tend World was not the only out- the biweekly World is edited to be more within the camp" let to take on Driscoll. Blogger by Marvin Olasky, the Bush — published by a particular Warren Throckmorton, in adviser who helped popular- denomination, for exampleparticular, persistently chroni- ize the term "compassionate "and they don't want to engage cled concerns about Mars Hill conservatism." Under Olasky, in criticism." for the website Patheos. But who became editor in 1994, Olasky said the founder of the story about best-seller lists the religious magazine has World, Joel Belz, regretted was also not the first scoop for become one of the few that do that it had been the secular

tian faith and reporting on the dark side of Christianity. "We don't have to cover up,

because we do have faith that God forgives and saves the sinner," he said.

Belz is no longer editor, but he still writes a column for World.

When asked whether other evangelicals have criticized World for its investigative re-

porting, Mindy Belz, Belz's sister-in-law and a top editor,

recalledthe response to a series about sexual abuse at a missionary school in Senegal run by New Tribes Mission. "We were accused of hurting New Tribes, the teach-

ers, and the people who had already dealt with the past," Mindy Belz said — in other words, it was over and done with, or so some believed, so why make news of it?

"People will say it's not right

for Christians to talk this way about other Christians," she said. "We just think there's a

real truth-telling component to any journalistic enterprise."

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is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. 0 0 We provide a congregational setting 0 Our members represent a wide range for Jews and Christians alike. If you're of Jewish backgrounds. interested in learning the Bible from a We welcome interfaith families Hebrew perspective, come join us at: and Jews by choice. Bear Creek Center Our monthly activities include: 21300 Bear Creek Rd. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Services, religious education for children Bend, OR. 97701 SCIKNTIST 8 adults, Hebrew school, 1551 NW First St.• 541-382-6100 Our Shabbat Services are on (South of Portland Ave.) Torah study, social action projects and Saturday momings at 10:00 a.m. Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am Our ministries include: social activities ul'r'"v Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided. • Davidic dance and worship Rabbi Johanna Hershenson • Children's ministry and nursery "Omkar" (Aum) "Yin/Yang" Taoist/ "Star 8 Crescent" Reading Room: Hinduism Confuaanlsm Islam • Hebrew classes 1563 NW First St. Mon. through Fri.; 11 am - 4 pm SERVICES • Home groups Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Friday, lanuary 9 at 6:00pm Hadashah (New Testament) Kabbalat Shabbat dinner F Service • Biblical Feasts At a private home: call for information • Lifecycle Events KCKANKAR FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER HOLV REDKKMER ROMAN EXPKRIENCK THK • End-times prophecy 1049 NE I ITH STREET CATHOLIC PARISH Saturday, January 17 - 9:00am LIGHT AND SOUND OF GOD BEND, OR 97701• 382-8274 Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor Munch 8 Torah Study www.holyredeemerparish.net Visit us on the web at You're invited to share with us: This Sunday at Faith Christian Center Parish Office: 541-536-3571 www.houseofcovenant.org Saturday, January 17- 10:30am Pastor Mark Gering will share his or contact us at 541.385.5439 The Call of Soul message in the Sunday morning service Torah Services HOLY REDEKMER ROMAN beginning at 10:30 AM. An open-hearted discussion of LIYING TORAH FELLOWSHIP CATHOLIC, LA PINK Childcare is provided. Spiritual experiences and inner guidance Friday, January 23 - 7:00pm O La Roca Church Erev Shabbat Service 1155 SW Division, ¹D8, Bend FCC Youth Ministries and Family Night is 16137 Burgess Rd Saturday, January 17, 3:00-4:30pm Saturday 12:00 - 3:00 pm on Wednesdays at 7 pm. Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass East Bend Library Every Monday, 12:-00-1:00 pm - Weekly Worship/Dance - Study9:00 am 62080 Dean Swift Road, Bend A number of Faith Journey Groups meet Torah Study Food/Fellowship Sunday Mass - 10:00 am throughout the week in small groups, Experience singing HU as aprelude Call for information8 location Hebrew Roots Fellowship Confessions: Sa t ur days • 3: 0 04: 00 pm please contact the church for details to the presentation worshipping in Spirit and Truth and times. HOLV TRINITY Fellowship and refreshments afterward For the complete schedule of Services 541-410-5337 ROMAN CATHOLIC, SUNRIVKR F Events The church is located on the corner of Children Welcome "This year is a year of Spiritual Healing. 18143 Cottonwood Rd. Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org www.livingtorahfellowship.com Thurs. Mass 9;30 am; This means simply the healing needed www.bendfaith.com on all levels for an individual to come Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm REDMOND ASSEMBLV OF GOD into his fuller state of being. It can be a Sunday mass 8:00am Unless otherwise noted, 1865 WAntler • Redmond • 541-548-4555 healing of understanding or a healing for Confessions: Thurs.9:00-9:15 am FIRST UNITED MKTHODIST all services are held at the SUNDAYS the physical body." Moming Worship 8:30 amS 10:30 am OUR LADY OF THK SNOWS CHURCH Sri Harold Klemp, First United Methodist Church Life groups 9 am ROMAN CATHOLIC, Gilchrist "Cloak of Consciousness" (In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW Bond Street Kldz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am 120 Mississippi Dr Mahanta Transcripts, Book 5 680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672 Evening Worship 6 pm Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm 541-388-8826 Confessions: Sundays 12:00- 12:15 pm For more information Everyone is Welcome! WEDNESDAYS www.miraclesinyourlife.org HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC, FAMILYNIGHT 7 PM www.eckankar.org Rev, Jane Shaffer near ChristmasValley Adult Classes www.eckankar-oregon.org 57255 Fort Rock Rd CONCORDIALUTHERAN Celebrate Recovery Sermon: "The Perfect Christmas Card" 541-388-4628 Wednesday NITE Live Kids Sunday Mass• 3:30 pm MISSION (LCMS) Youth Group Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm Scripture: Isaiah 9:2-3,6-7/ lohn I:1-5, 10-14 Themissionofthe Churchis toforgive sins ONE SERVICE Pastor Duane Pippitt ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI through theGospeland thereby TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH www.redmondag.com Carols 8 Seasonal Message ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH All arewejrorxethroughourreddoors grant eterna( lifr,'. 10:00am - Childcare provided Rev. Julian Cassar Pastor The Rev. Jed Holdorph II, Rector Sunday Services Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery *During the Week: Women's Groups, 8 am and 10:15 am EASTMONT CHURCH 541-382-3631 (St, John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Trinity Hall, 469 NWWall St. "Displayingthe Reafity ofChrist in XXVIII.8, 10 Crafting, Music F Fellowship www.trinitybend.org I 541-382-5542 Undeniable Ways" NEW CHURCH (Mail: 469 NW Wall St.) 2450 NE 27th Street *During the Week: Women's Groups, 62425 Eagle Road, Bend Bend, OR 97701 10 am Sunday School Masses Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, 541-382-5822 Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM 11 am Divine Service Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship www.eastmontchurch.com Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM THE SALVATION ARMV Domingo 12:30 PM - Misa en Espanol Sunday Services Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor 541 NE DeKalb Ave., Bend Classic (Blended) Service 9:00 am Rev. Dave Beckett 541-389-8888 Contemporary Service 10:45 am 8286 11th St. (Grange Hall) Reconciliation firstchurch@bendumc.org Hispanic Service 6:0 0 pm Saturday 3;00 PM - 4:45 PM Terrebonne, OR "Educating and Developing the Whole Child for the Glory of God" Pre K-5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 Principal Lonna Camahan www.eastmontcommunityschool.com

You Are The I(vtost Importafft Part of Our Services

Service Led By Pastor Jenny Wamer Readings8 Carols Sunday, December 28, 10:00am Children join us in worship. Nursery care available at all services. Sundays Three Service Worship Schedule Resumes January 4 9:00am with the Praise Team 10:45am with the Chancel Choir 5:Olpm Contemplative and Prayerful

FOUNDRV CHURCH (FORMKRLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Trevor Waybright

SundaySchoolclassesare at9:00am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am

This Sunday at Foundry Church, Trevor Waybright will speak on the past year• "Reflections". For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541.382.3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 3100SW Highland Ave.,•Redm ond 541-548-4161• hbcredmond.org

Lead Pastor Dr. Barry Campbell Worship Saturday 7 PM. Worship Sunday 8, 9;30 S 11A.M.

Sunday small groups, all ages 9:30 & 11 A.M.

Children's Worship, preschool thru 5th grade I I A.M.

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

Comer of NW FranklinS Lava MASSES Saturday 8:00 AM Sunday 4:30 PM Monday - Friday 7:00 AM F 12:15 PM

HOLV COMMUNION CHURCH "In the Evangelical Catholic Tradition" Father Jim Radloff• Father Mark Hebert SUNDAY MASSSCHEDULE

9:00am Traditional Music Service 5:00pm Contemporary Music Service at the Bend Senior Center 1600 S.E. Reed Market Road

BOOK CLUB:"Joy of the Gospel" by Pope Francis

2nd Tuesday of each month Next Session January 13, 2015

Morning Session Touchmark River Lodge 9:30am to I I:00am Evening Session; (Open) Tuesday,january 13th,2015 Descutes County Library 6:30pm to 8:00pm BIBLE STUDY

Wednesdays Moming Study: 10-11:30am Evening Study: 7-8:30pm at the Church ONce: 587 NE Greenwood

(across from Croutons) Bible Study resumes on January 7 YOUTH FAITHFORMATION

Resumes on January I I

info@'holycommunionbend.org (541) 408-9021

Facebook: Major's Robert F Miriam Keene NEW HOPE KVANGELICAL

Reconciliation Tuesday 7;30 AM - 8:00 AM

ST. THOMAS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862

Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. (Child Care Available) Sunday School 10:20 a.m. Education Hour 10:45 a.m.

WESTSIDE CHURCH

~Mss sch~d~le: 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) Visit www.westsidechurch.org for service times and locations, or call 541-382-7504. 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm December 27 F 28,2014 at Westside and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

www.redmondchristian.org SundayWorship 9:00am F 10:45am

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

8:30 Worship Center 10:30 Contemporary Service Worship Center 10:30 Traditional Service Historic Chapel Nursery 8 Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, and Ozzy Osborne 13720 SWHwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548.3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! at the RLCCChurch, 2880 NE 27th Sunday Services 8 am (No child care) 10:00 am Contemporary Worship Service (Full children's ministry) Sunday Night Church 6:30 pm Forinformation, please call... Senior Pastor - Mike Yunker541-312-8844

Associate Pastors M ikeSweeney F JeffOlson "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA

Worship in the Heart of Redmond Sunday Worship Services at 8:30 8 11:00 am Sunday school for all ages at 10:00 am Lessons F Carols Service, Sunday, Dec. 28, at 10 AM

Children's Room available during services Come Experience a warm,

friendly family of worshipers. December 28, 2014 atWestside ChurchSISTERS CAMPUS

Guest Speaker, Dave Bullis will share the message "Second Mile Servant" at 9 and 10:45am at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.

December 27 F 28 2014 at Westside Church -ONLINE CAMPUS

Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages

Coffee,snacksrrnd fellowship after eachservice

M.W.F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Join us at our online campus where Wed. Bible Study at noon Pastor Jim Stephens will share the message "Entrusted to God" at 6:30pm 3rd Th. Women'sCircle/Bible Study I:00 pm Saturday and at 9 and 10:45am on Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend. 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach December 28, 2014Westside Church ON THE RADIO

Pastor Corey Pamell will share the message "Too Familiar to Wonder" on the Heirborne radio show at 8:30am Sunday morning on

1113 SWBlack Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 — 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness

KBND — AM1110

www.zionrdm.com

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Discover First Presbyterian Sunday, January 25, Noon, Heritage Hall Explore First Presbyterian and how you can bring who you are into this community. Contact Caitlin Jarvis at cjarvls@bendfp.org Youth Events www.facebook. com/bendyouthcoff ective

230 NE Ninth Street, Bend www.bendfp.org www.facebook.com/bendfp 541.382.4401

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UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS

OF CKNTRAL OREGON

"Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship"

We are a Welcoming Congregation Sunday, December 28 at 10:30am "Fire's Buming: Draw Nearer"

Stan Jewett of First Unitarian Church, Portland; Judy Paulsmeyer and Rev. Antonia Won We are connected as UUs through the symbol of the chalice and the act of gathering together. Today we'll leam about the meaning of the chalice, and the transformative role of the annual

General Assembly, being held in Portland this June. Religious Exploration will take a break this Sunday; we always have childcare for infants and toddlers.

Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during aff Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday

The topic of December's themed-based worship is Innocence.

WEDNESDAY

THE OLD STONE CHURCH

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

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Meeting place: 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND

Mail:P.O. Box 428, Bend OR97709

www.uufco.org (541) 385.3908

CHRISTIAN LIFK CENTKR 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

www.gracefirstlutheran,org

Pastor Jim Stephens will share the message "Entrusted to God" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9 and 10:45am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

Pastor Gary Burton will share the message "Where Are WeGoing" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE3rd St., Bend.

POWELL BUTTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Church —WEST CAMPUS

December 28, 2014 at Westside ChurchSOUTH CAMPUS

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

BKND CHURCH OF THK NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 St.• 541-382-5496 Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

Westside Church invites you to join us THURSDAY at any of our weekend services. No 10:00 am 50+ Bible Study matter what your expectations are, we Women's Bible Studies: WEEKLY hope your time spent with us brings you Tuesday 9;30 a.m. Life Groups a little closer to understanding, knowing Friday 9:30 a.m. Please visit our website for a complete and growing in a relationship with Jesus Christ. In our opinion, that's listing of activities for all ages. Men's Bible Study Wednesday 8:00 a.m. what really matters. www.bendnaz.org

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

Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773 GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

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

541-548-2974

www.lutheransonline.com/ concordialutheranmission

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

Family Night Wednesdays Jan. 7- March 18, 2015 5-5:45 PM. Dinner 6.7:30 P M. Small group studies for all ages Babies through adult CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond Celebrate Recovery Tuesdays, 6:30 PM. •

541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am Children8 Adult Classes Worship Service —11:00 am

20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389-3436

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

Retirement? What Now? Saturday, January 24, I:00-5:00pm Psychotherapist Stephanie Costello and Financial Planner Susan Butler lead this class. Find more at www.bendfp.org.

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email info@eastmontchurch.com

Sunday School offered at morning services. Nursery care available at all services.

The Story Of Spacious Christianity Family Christmas

230 NE Ninth, Bend (Across Ninth St.from Bend High) Embodying Spacious Christianity

Sunday Morning Worship 8:45 AM S 10:45 AM

Wednesday Mid-Week Service Children8 Youth Programs 7:00 PM

Nursery Care Provided for All Services Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur www.clcbend.com

CHURCH & SYNAGOGUE DIRECTORY LISTING Effective May I, 2014

4 Saturdays and TMC: COMMUNITV PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street

(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367 Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor 9;00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children 8 Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship Youth Group: 10:30pm Sunday for Middle and High School Youth

Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondcpc.org

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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2014

Fashion

work for the brand, can back-

fire for the ambassador. LawContinued from D1 rence clearly knows her own Rather, they proved that re- mind in her work. Wouldn't it straint and exquisite taste (and be nice to see her put it to work

Designercomings BIll golllgs

Awards in December, the jury is still out on whether the retail

has been a year of designer

world, and consumers, have forgiven him for the drunken

musical chairs to an extent

a lleged anti-Semitic rant i n

Even in fashion terms, it

a refusal to pander to the com- for her wardrobe?

yawn-inducing than exciting (proof positive that, as Graydon Carter said, "The greatest asset in the world is unavailability"). Of course, she did finish the year by being named the creative director

the industry has rarely seen. 2011 that led to his firing from Some designers left brands to his former post as the artisTrends to wear, go to other brands, some sim- tic director at Christian Dior. and to wish away ply left, and one returned. In The response to his first show, As far as trends go this was, February, Nicole and Michael which will take place in Lonhands-down, the year wear- Colovos left Helmut Lang; in don in January, will give us a able tech broke through. After June, Olivier Theyskens left clue. months of potential, in quick Theory; and in July, it was As for the most wrenching succession Apple, Samsung announced that Christophe farewells, they were to L'Wren and Intel all unveiled their Lemaire would have his last Scott, who committed suicide wrist-bound smart-band deHermes show. In September, in March at age 49, and Osvices — the latter inking deals Jean Paul Gaultierannounced car de la Renta, the New York with not just Opening Cere- his retirement from ready- Fashion Week pillar who died mony, but Fossil (for watches) to-wear; in November, Ralph in October at 82. Both sent the and Luxottica (for eyeglasses), Rucci said he was leaving the fashion world into mourning, too.Ralph Lauren introduced label that bears his name, and though de la Renta's death had a smart shirt and smart Ricky Marco Zanini was out at Schi- repercussions far beyond. Ofbag, and designers from Tory aparelli; and in December, ten pigeonholed as the chief Burch to Vivienne Tam to Mi- Kering announced that Frida couturier to the ladies who chael Kors got serious about Giannini would depart Gucci lunch, de la Renta actually had the techie accessory. It was after 10 years at the label come an aesthetic whose influence about time: Finally, we no lon- February 2015. (Deep breath defined multiple political reger had to walk around look- — there's more.) gimes, celebrities and genering like refugees from a "Star In October, Peter Copping ations, from Jacqueline KenT rek" convention when w e left Nina Ricci to become the nedy to Laura Bush, Marissa wanted to measure our heart creativedirector of Oscar de Mayer to Nicki Minaj. His merates or charge our phones. la Renta, and Guillaume Hen- morial, held in November, was Admittedly, there's still a ry announced he was leav- the equivalent of a state occaway to go before someone ing Carven to take Copping's sion, with speakers that includtruly cracks the tech-chic place at Ricci. Mulberry final- ed Hillary Rodham Clinton, code, but at least it's close to ly found a new creative direc- Henry Kissi nger and Michael item No. 1 on the style agen- tor in the form of Celine's ac- Bloomberg. When it comes to da. For those who preferred cessory maestro, Johnny Coca both designers, we know we their trends reductive rather (though he won't start until will not see their like again. than additive, however, there next year), while Hermes apwere the twin absurdities of pointed Nadege Vanhee-Cy- Brands aspatrons,

of Puma women's collections,

normcore andathleisurewear, bulski as the artistic director

which in theory could mean parade, but it remains to be seen.

attempts to make fashion moments out of thin air. Just because you give something a fancy name does not mean it merits any attention, and these

mon social media denomina-

tor) can have its own explosive effect. From her red caped Ralph Lauren at the Golden Globes to her "Nairobi blue" Prada

gown at the Oscars, Nyong'o offered an ode to the memorable effects of saturated color and simple lines. The new Mrs. Clooney, a human rights lawyer, used her three-day Venetian wedding as a showcase of what it means to look smart, in every sense of the word. As role models for a new generation, both women demonstrated that powerful achievements and celebration of fashion can

go hand in hand, but the latter looks ever so much better in the serviceof the former, as

opposed to as an end in itself. By contrast, the ubiquitous

presence of Rihanna at pretty much every single fashion event in v a r ious f lesh-baring outfits started to be more

that 2015 will herald a more selective R i h anna-for-Puma Meanwhile, Jennifer Law-

faux "movements" were a case

rence's deal with Christian Dior, which requires her to

in point. After all, normcore effectively translates as basic

wear the label at most red

nonfashion clothes, and ath-

carpet events, took much of the joy out of watching her dress and suggested that, as a concept, the "brand ambassador" relationship, while it may

leisurewear is workout stuff. There's nothing wrong with letting jeans be jeans and leggings be leggings. Can we just leave it at that?

brands as plaintNs

of womenswear, and Brooks With its one-two punch of a Brothers signed up Zac Po- transformative new designer sen to b e i t s w o menswear (Nicolas Ghesquiere bowing designer. at the March shows) and a The most splashy creative landscape-changing new conappointment of 2014, howev- temporary art museum (Foner, has to be John Galliano's dation Louis Vuitton) debuting return after three years in the during the October shows, wilderness at the helm of Mai- Louis Vuitton pretty much son Martin Margiela. Though overshadowed every o t h er Anna Wintour, aka the most brand at Paris Fashion Week, powerful woman in fashion, even counting spectacles such publicly embraced Galliano as Dries Van Noten's dejeuner onstage at the British Fashion sur le catwalk, Chanel's super-

court. Sometimes, a suit is just "Swan Lake" in 51 looks and not a good look. Comme des Garqons' ode to market sweep, Undercover's

Menswear explodes

blood and roses.

Exciting as Ghesquiere's w ork was, however, it w a s the Fondation that may have

the longest-lasting effect. Indeed, it is representative of a new movement in the luxury

world, wherein brands increasingly assume the role of patronofthe artsand preserver of heritage. As recession-hit central governments tighten

their purse strings and direct money away from artsand toward infrastructure, luxury

Long the neglected little brother of womenswear, menswear has become the

hottest, fastest-growing segment of the industry, with the London Collections: Men

so successful that New York Fashion Week is considering its own version. Hood by Air was among the most-discussed brands of the year, receiving a special award as part of the LVMH Young Designer's Prize, and Estee Laud-

has stepped in to close the gap. er created its first stand-alone Aside from Vuitton, Prada men's skin-care group. also announced the creation Little wonder men reached of its modern art complex, new fashion icon status, with the Rem Koolhaas-designed Pharrell Williams coming Fondazione Prada, which will

in at No. 5 overall — and the

become Milan's first contem- first man — on Google's most porary art museum when searched red carpet list of it opens next year. Versace

2014 thanks to his continued

pledged to help restore the

allegiance to the oversize

Galleria V i ttorio E m anuele Vivienne Westwood hat look, II, and Salvatore Ferragamo and hi s s h ort-suited statedonated funds to renovate ment at the Oscars. For the

galleries at the Uffizi in Florence — all following earlier commitments by Fendi (the Fountain of Trevi), Tod's (the Coliseum) and Diesel (the Bridge of Sighs). It's proof that the next big battle in the luxury wars may have less to do with product than the promise of doing good. Certainly it is a more pro-

more traditionally minded, Neil Patrick Harris followed

up his award-winning Broadway stint as a cross-dresser in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" with a contract as the face (and body) of London Fog, and a job as the host of the 2015 Acade-

my Awards. Expect sauve-oir faireon thered carpet. N ot that t h ere w ere n o

ductive use of time and money missteps in the section (with than the less salubrious trend more attention comes more toward settling problems in opportunity for error), chief court, which suddenly seemed among them President Barack en vogue, with names such as Obama's choice of a tan suit LVMH, Kering and Hermes,

during a White House news

and which had the result of airing all sorts of dirty laundry in public. Happily, by yearend most of the squabbles had

conference in August. Until Kim Kardashian took off all her clothes for Paper magazine and oiled up, the outcry been resolved or sent home by came close to breaking the Inthe magistrates in charge, the ternet. Proof positive, if there relevant parties tasked with was any doubt, that t hese settling their differences out of days, what men wear matters.

VoLUNTEER SEARGH The organizations listed are seeking volunteers for a variety of tasks. Changes, additions or deletions should be emailed to volunteer©bendbulletin. com or call 541-383-0350.

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til they get married. They're planning a late-summer wed-

NEW YORK — B o ndage ding in Manhattan that will deviceshave a casual place in feature an hourlong magic Joshua Jay's studio apartment show put on by their favorite

in Chelsea. Right there, out in the open,

performers. Jay is keeping the playbill secret from Kloots

you cansee metal thumb restraints, handcuffs of every ilk and a full-body straitjacket with leather straps. "I guess I never realized how many sex toys we have around here," said A n na Kloots, 25, Jay's fiancee and

and will reveal only that Da-

assistant, "but these are all

showed him a card trick from

vid Copperfield and Penn & Teller are not on the list.

A 'seminal moment' Jay fell in love with magic at the age of 8. His father, Jeffrey, a dentist in Canton, Ohio,

way too valuable to use." the 1940s known as Out of Jay, 33, is a magician whose This World. The subject, inhome is also his archive for

vited to use the power of the

books and props that belonged to his heroes and

mind to discern whether cards being dealt face down in two predecessors. piles areredorblack,isshown He displays a pair of white to have perfect accuracy. gloves that were worn by Mesmerized, Joshua reRichard Valentine Pitchford,

treated to his room to sort

the British conjurer who prac- things out, not surfacing until ticed under the name Cardini. he had reverse-engineered the Pitchford honed his card tricks

in chilly World War I trenches and became so accustomed to working with gloves, then un-

usual among magicians, that he continued to wear them

trick.

"That was a seminal moment for me," he said. "It really hooked me in."

Although he has performed in 63 countries and is sched-

throughout his long career. (Jay has his war medals, too.)

uled to appear on "Today" on New Year's Day, Jay still trails The straitjacket was used in recognition value far beby Harry Houdini. "And no, hind magicians Copperfield, you can't look inside," Jay Criss Angel and Ricky Jay said, scolding a visitor who (who is no relation). was inching closer to spot any He would be more famillevers or escape hatches the iar if he spent more time on garment might conceal. Here, television. But it's not the best secretsof tradecraft remain medium for his brand of intiimmortal. mate conjuring, which he does "I haven't even gotten to see it yet," Kloots said. "And I live

here." The 750-square-foot apart-

ment also contains cheating devices such as vintage playing-card trimmers that can

subtly square off rounded corners or clip margins, and illusionist-themed

a r t w o rk,

such as a 19th-century poster magician to appear to saw a woman in half.

est to Jay are the ones that in-

The collected objects deartersect with key points of magic history. He owns a rare firstedi-

tion (perhaps one of a dozen known copies) of "The Discoverie of Witchcraft." Written in

celebrity in the 1970s and '80s, at which time his hands were

1584 by Reginald Scot, an English member of Parliament,

insured for $3 million.

it is said to be the first book to

"It fits me perfectly," said expose magicas trickery,not Kloots, modeling the jacket, sorcery. "At the time it w a s pubwhich was bought at auction for about $2,000. (Henning lished, they were burning mawas 5 feet 6 inches, a full 3 gicians as witches," he said. inches taller than Houdini.) Although impressive, Jay's "But where do you expect to collection looks modest comput it?" she asked Jay, who is pared with that of Copperfield, 6 feet 3. T he couple won't live i n their studio forever, but it will

to outbid him at auction. "When I think of his unlim-

ited funds, I get hit by fits of despair," Jay said, adding that apart from a lively patter. he was able to buy a Houdi"Very minimalist magic," he ni straitjacket only "because calls his tricks, including turn- Copperfiel d already had one." ing a $1 bill into $100, bendWhich may be a blessing in ing quarters with his "mind" disguise: Keeping order in the and swallowing two dozen small apartment, which also straight pins. functions as a trick-develop"You can't misdirect a cam- ment laboratory, has not been era," he said. easy.

The collection

The latest addition to the

have liked some of those pieces and said he doubts Copperfield knows how often he tried

with few props or distractions,

promoting PT. Selbit, the first

hoard is a sparkling pink tuxedo jacket that belonged to Doug Henning,the Emmy-winning magician. Henning reached the height of his

Photos by Randy Harris/ New York Times News Service

Joshua Jay's 750-square-foot apartment in New York is full of magic memorabilia.

a billionaire who has report-

edly acquired 150,000 magic-related items now in a ware-

remain their home at least un- house in Las Vegas. Jay would

When Kloots moved in this

year, the couple pared down the collection, keeping 1,000 books and the most precious objects and putting the rest in storage in Ohio. Even then, Kloots asked for another 10 percent reduction, and Jay has established a policy of banishing a piece for every one he acquires.

s

JoshuaJayspecializes in "very

"I didn't have a million-dol-

lar idea, so I figured why not set the bar a little lower'?" Bi-

toy said. Also last winter, the Kickstarter community was given

the opportunity to get behind a coloring book called, "Why Is Daddy Sad on Sunday: A Coloring Book Depicting the Most Disappointing Moments in Cleveland Sports." The project's creator, Scott O'Brien, set

a goal of raising $2,000. He raised almost $24,000.

The idea came to O'Brien while he was stuck in traffic in Los Angeles, listening to the latest travails of the Cleveland Browns on sports radio. The team had just fired its coach

and its general manager. He thought a project that broadly focused on the failings of Cleveland professional sports teams would have longevity. "It seemed like every

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few props or distractions. surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic who is a hand specialist for the professional sports teams in town, was more optimistic.

After three surgeries and lots of physical rehabilitation,

Still, there was a point when Jay has regained about 90 perit looked like he would have to cent of his hand function. He fall back on his entrepreneur- has trained his ring finger to ial efforts an d c o llectibles. help compensate for the damAbout six years ago, while age to the pinkie, a workhorse tubing behind a motorboat on for sleight-of-hand tricks. a lake in Ohio, he crashed into A visitor was prompted to a metal buoy at high speed ask whether he had kept the and mangled his left hand. cast, a kind of restraint that The first specialist who saw surely deserved a place among him refused to operate, saying his collectibles. The thought Jay would likely never per- never occurred to him. A retractable sleeve insert, a card-cheating device from the 1800s, "I probably incinerated it," is o neofmanypiecesofmagicmemorabiliainthe Jay'sapartform again. The second, Dr. Peter Evans, an orthopedic he said. ment, which also doubles as a trick-development laboratory.

loud while making the potato satire. Consider the NoPhone, salad." a plastic block formed in the The campaign raised more slim rectangular shape of a than $55,000. smartphone. Van Gould, one "By the end of the first day, of theproduct's creators,said I had more people I didn't the initial intent was to offer Detroit. to Kickstarter, an inventor in know giving than people I did " social commentary on o u r But in the last year, Kick- 2012 raised $577,636 to back know," Brown said. own addiction." starter's comical quotient has the making of a toy gun rigged In September, Brown held He and his friends listed the surged. to kill insects with salt. a potato-salad festival for the NoPhone on Kickstarter, callIn February, Noboru Bitoy, This subversive use of a people of Columbus, Ohio, a Chicago-based art student, popular tech platform recalls sponsored by Hellmann's and proposed the creation of a a phenomenon known as Hampton Creek. He says he is video rating the tastiness of a "Weird Twitter," in which ear- paying the rest of the money Chipotle chicken burrito. The ly adopters used inside humor he made to a local charity, the project's page lists $1,050 in to subtly mock the site's corpo- Columbus Foundation. contributions from 258 back- rateand mainstream users. thewat ers? ers — 210 of whom gave $1 Inane projects are the flavor M uddying and were rewarded with a of the day, says Mike McGreKickstarter took to the comPDF of the rating graphic. gor, a Kickstarter spokesman. pany blog to address Brown's Bitoy created a scale that In the past, he said, projects success, adding an aside that ranged from "No: I don't like proposed by famous people or was perhaps meant to direct this burrito at all" to "Wow!: those that generated six-figure attention to Kickstarter's more B est burrito ever." For h i s contributions captured the at- serious endeavors."It's funny graph, he ate a burrito that tention of the media and regu- to think that more people have r • good.

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ing it a "surrogate to any smart mobile device, enabling you to always have a rectangle of

coupleof years this cycle repeated," O'Brien said. Continued from D1 Whimsical projects pop up For instance, more t h an on other crowdfunding sites, $67,000 was raised in 2011 as well. For example, on Into fund a RoboCop statue in diegogo, a main competitor

lar visitors to the website. Now

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minimalist magic" that involves

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earned the designation, nYum! I think this burrito is very

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seen the potato salad project than Oculus Rift, but hey, the

the spotlight is on the silly. "This year it's like, 'Oh, wow, Internet is a crazy place," the people are doing really wacky post read. (The Oculus Rift is things,'" he said. a virtual reality headset that But a recent change to Kick- raised money on Kickstarter. starter's policies has given Facebook acquired the comeven more fuel to jokesters. In pany that makes it earlier this June, the platform introduced year for $2 billion.) a "launch now" feature that While the funny ideas galamends the site's previous- vanize the enthusiasm of dolly more complicated vetting lar-funders who would like process. to help further the joke, an One result i s p r ojects excess of frivolity can divert such as Potato Salad, argu- focus from what crowdfundably the most notable entry ing sites have asserted as their in the W a rped K i ckstarter core mission: to help entrepantheon. preneurialpeople overcome After joking with friends, a financial startup barriers. Too computer programmer from many joke projects — even Ohio named Zack Brown cre- those that ultimately result in ated a campaign that asked money going to charity — can for contributions to help raise "muddy the waters," said Bill $10 for a homemade batch of Pescatello, a partner at Lightpotato salad. Nearly 2 ,100 bank, a venture capital firm peoplewere driven to pledge that has invested in a funding $1. In return, Brown prom- site dedicated to c haritable ised, "You will get a 'thank causes. you' posted to our website, Some creators draw disand I will say your name out tinctions between jokes and

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smooth, cold plastic to clutch

without forgoing any potential engagement with your direct environment."

a camera? No. Is it Bluetooth

compatible? No. Does it make calls? No. Is it toilet bowl resistant? Yes."

Over a 15-day period, the NoPhone creators raised more than $18,000.

The NoPhone's Kickstarter The product is set to ship page elaborates on the prod- to it s 9 1 5 b a ckers before uct's function: "Does it have

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W atwe aveto oo orwar toin 1 TV SPOTLIGHT

moments on television be in

hour wrap. Another loud exit: "Two and a Half Men" (Feb. 19), which could even see the return of Charlie Sheen. "Better Call Saul".Arriving

2015? Lookback to 2014 for just

Feb. 8 on AMC, this is an easy,

a few hints: Continued seismic changes in late night and the

umm, call. Really: the prequel to a classic series, "Breaking Bad," which will bring fresh dimensions to a series we loved. "Saul" is easily one of the

By Verne Gay Newsday

What will the big, exciting

continued evolution, or devolu-

tion, of TV's major unscripted series. Oh, and here's something else that should continue: The TV audience's restless desire

most anticipated launches of the whole year. But this won't

be a reunion series — except

to see what it wants when it

AMC via The Associated Press

wants. That's just part of the Bob Odenkirk stars as Saul Goodman in the "Breaking Bad" spinrevolution that Netflix helped off "Better Call Saul." to start, but it'll be exemplified

by one key development. (Hint: HBO will have something to do All true, but he's also one of the withit.) most reclusive. How will TV's Meanwhile, here's my list of most famous introvert deal the major moments of 2015:

David Letterman leaves:This

with all the hoopla?

Stephen Colbert arrives:

will be one of those moments,

After ending " Th e

arriving May 20, cloaked in hyperbole — certainly understandable — alongside just a little melancholy, too. Also un-

Report" on Dec. 18, Colbert

derstandable: After all, Dave

C olbert

what exactly will the new Ste-

should get the better part of a

year tomake everyone forget the old Stephen Colbert. But

has been a happy part of our phen Colbert bring to the "Late lives for more than 30 years. Show" party when he takes After Johnny Carson, he is and over, probably early next fall? was the consummate late-night Some givens: A lightning wit in host. Let the hype begin. When serviceto agiftedcomicpersohe's done, no one will have

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which noted upon announc- persona. But how exactly will ing his final day: "Letterman his "Late Show" depart from is one of the most influential, Dave's? Probably not by much: acclaimed and honored per- There's no need to reinvent this sonalities in television history."

Shows that just sound really, really interesting:"Agent Carter" (ABC, Jan. 6); "Empire" (Fox, Jan. 8); "12 Monkeys" (Syfy, Jan. 16); "Backstrom" (Fox, Jan. 22), "Battle Creek" (CBS, March 1); "The Last Man on Earth" (NBC, March 1); "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (Netflix, March); 'Wa ward Pines" (Fox, May 14); "Heroes Reborn" (NBC, TBA); and "Grease Live" (Fox, also TBA.) And ... let's not forget NBC's next live holiday event, an ad-

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HAPPY BIRTHDAYFORSATURDAY, DEC. 27, 2014:This yearyou are in sync with your energy and will make excellent choices. You'll note a tendency to become more in touch with your intuition. For instance, you could sense who is calling when the phone rings. This ability will evolve and serve you well over the next few years. Do not hesitate to take moderate risks. Stars showthe kind If you are single, of ffayyou'll have yo u willknow ** * * * D ynamic when you meet ** * * p ositive Mr . or Ms. Right, ** * Average whi c h will likely ** So-so be the second half * Difficult of this year. If you are attached, you really enjoy your significant other. You will prefer to socialize less and be with him or her more instead. PISCEScan be very emotional.

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enough time together as of late. Remain easygoing, and share some of the special moments of the holiday with this person. Tonight: A must appearance.

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** * * * You might feel better and more upbeat than you have in years. A child, friend or loved one will draw out the playfulness in you that people probably have not witnessed in a long time. Use caution

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Dec. 21)

** * * Tension builds, and you might ** * * Your mind seems to drift to those feel as if you have no control. You acat a distance. You might be able to see tually do, but you must recognize that pastthe obviouswhen someone sharesa other parties are involved and you have very confusing story. You could be in the little control over them. By accepting mood to overindulge yourself and others what works best for the majority, you at the same time. Why not? Tonight: Use will greet success. Tonight: Let the good your imagination when making plans. times roll.

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** * * * You happily will slow down to spend some quality time with a friend. Freeing up extra time allows for more spontaneity as well. Oftentimes you see ARIES (March21-April 19) ** * * You sometimes charge full speed a side of someone that few people are ahead, only to stop a few minutes later to aware of. Enjoy this! Tonight: Say "yes" to daydream about your ideas instead of act- someoneelse's invitation. ing on them. People might not be able to VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept. 22) get a read on you. Good feelings will flow ** * * Your creativity emerges and between you and avery special person. allows greater give-and-take in a situation Tonight: Follow-through counts. thatcould involvesomeone who seems to be a little uptight. If you remain patient TAURUS (April 20-May20) ** * * * R each out to friends, and make and relaxed, you will be able to get to the some plans to get involved in a fun, enjoy- root of the problem. Don't allow anyone to able activity. Your biggest problem could distract you. Tonight: All smiles. surround your home life, as a lot seems LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) to be going on. Perhaps a surprise visitor ** * * * Y our creativity seems endless, will come to see you. Tonight: Happiest and it will give you a better sense of direcclose to home. tion than you've had in the past. You'll be GEMINI (May 21-June 20) able to tap into some of your ingenuity in ** * * You might want to make effort an order to find practical solutions. A friend to visit with an older friend or loved one. could become demanding. Tonight: Call it You might feel as if you have not spent an early night.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.19) ** * * You could be more in touch with your feelings than you have been in a while. A conversation with a friend will help you feel revitalized. Make an effort to have an important conversation with someoneyou careaboutenormously. Tonight: Just ask questions.

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M L S 541-382-8262 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1600 Real Estate home, so check with ¹201406438 MORRIS sq.ft. home on 4.52 Classic Craf t sman your lender. Seller is Duke Warner Realty REALESTATE • 4bed,3bath all on Home Near the River acres w/ 3 acres of 541-382-8262 selling because of one level Arnold Irrigation. Liv3 bedroom, 2.5 bath health problems from • Paver patio ing room has a fire- • 3178 sq.ft. car accident. Lateral Beautiful S a g ewood with an office and bo• One third acre fenced place w/built-in book- • 4 bdrm & 4 bath irrigation pipe and 3 Home - 3 bedroom, nus room. Peaceful cases on either side. • Large upstairs master lot phase pump in pond 2.5 bath, close to ev- outdoor living space. • Near Dry Canyon Large family room w/2 suite MLS are included and the 3 erything Bend has to $635,000. $225,000. 201410069 skylights and sliders • 5 fenced acres big guns are negooffer. Features open Diana Barker, to back deck. Remod- • Shop, boat garage 8 Call Brook Criazzo, tiable. Green panels floor plan with spaBroker 541-480-7777 541-550-8408 or eled kitchen w/ adja- mtn views stay. Building will be c ious kitchen a n d Windermere cent breakfast nook. Aubre Cheshire, empty and debris and large, fenced yard. $615,000. Central Oregon 541-598-4583 Fenced and c r oss Janelle Christensen, personal pr o perty $434,900. Real Estate fenced w/ 3 separate Duke Warner Realty Broker hauled away prior to MLS¹201408342 541-382-8262 fields fo r a n imals. 51460 Lasso Lane, La close of escrow. Ex- Call Terry Skjersaa, 541-815-9446 Newer double garage Pine Charmer - 3 isting bone pile will 541-383-1426 Windermere • Contract terms offered w /original gar a ge bdrm, 2 bath, 1160 sq remain. Central Oregon $4 5 0,000. Duke Warner Realty • 113 ft river frontage converted to s h op. ft home. Gas f i reReal Estate MLS ¹201402830 541-382-8262 • Power on site 50'x20' older b arn. place, large kitchen Bobbie Strome, • Septic installed Vegetable and flower 360' M t n and Smith i sland with l ots o f Principal Broker • Bradetich Park • Good roads all year beds abound. MLS Rock views, p a ve storage. Open greatJohn L Scott Real • 3 bdrm & 3 bath $187,900. road, 4.92 acres in ¹201407933 r oom c o ncept & Estate 541-385-5500 • y2 acre Dave Disney, Broker Tetherow Crossing, double rear entry ga$330,000 • 2 master suites 541-410-8557 septic fees approved. rage. Large lot, built in Awbrey Butte Home- • Stunning finish work Bobbie Strome, Windermere MLS ¹ 20 1 404802. 2005. $137,500 Boasts nearly 3600 sq Principal Broker $569,900 Central Oregon $189,999. Call Pam John L Scott Real ft! Great room floor MLS¹201404934 Eric Andres, Broker Real Estate Lester, Principal BroEstate 541-385-5500 plan has sunken livScott McLean, 541-771-1168 ker, Century 21 Gold ing room as well as Principal Broker Windermere Convenient East Bend 2.24 Acre Estatej Country Realty, Inc. master suite and 2 541-408-6908 Central Oregon Location - Built in $765,000 541-504-1338 bedrooms downstairs. Realty Executives Real Estate 2000 on .18 acre lot, • 3187 sq.ft. remodeled $525,000 MLS this 1648 sq ft 3 bed38.9 Acres j home Just too many ¹201409784 Brand New - Upgraded room 2.5 bath home $1,235,000 • 4 bedroom, 4 bath Call Terry Skjersaa, • 4035 sq.ft., 5 bedcollectibles? Finishes! Located in f eatures a bo n u s • Shop, detached ga541-383-1426 room, 3.5 bath Skystone, this home room, RV area and rage Duke Warner Realty • Granite, hickory, has quartz counters, extra parking, and is Sell them in • MLS 201405875 541-382-8262 vaulted ceilings hardwood floors, de- located on a Amy Halligan, Broker • Barn, The Bulletin Classifieds shop, outdoor signer lighting. Mas- cul-de-sac. Must see! 541-410-9045 A wbrey Glenj arena ter bedroom on main $259,000. $399,000 • MLS 201410404 Kellie Cook, Broker level and 2 spacious 541-385-5809 • 1912 sq.ft. townhome 54'I -408-0463 0 Brandon Fairbanks, bedrooms u p stairs • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Broker, SRES, with mountain views. John L. Scott 2593 NE H awkview• Near parks, trails, Real Estate, Bend GRI, CDPE R d., B e n d . Wel l pickleball $349,000. MORRIS 541-383-4344 johnlscottbend.com m aintained h o m e •, MLS 201410044 MLS201409447 REAL ESTATE built in 2 002, 1235 Call Jacquie Sebulsky, IA~ A Qy~ ~ ~ d People Look for Information 541-0280-4449 or sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath, About Products and corner lot, great fire Michele Anderson, • 2360 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 541-633-9760 Services Every Daythrough p it and pati o . 2.5 bath Duke Warner Realty MORRIS $225,000. The Bulletin Classifieds • Completely updated 541-382-8262 Scott McLean, REAL ESTATE • Master on main fl. Principal Broker C ountry Living. T h e • Large barn with fin541-408-6908 Breathtaking Views on best of country living ished 2nd floor • 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath 8 Realty Executives with Cascade mtn. the Lake - $699,999 • Fenced 8 gated REAL ESTATE 2452 sq.ft. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, 4500 views. Bea u tifully • 8.5 acres irrigation 6.4 acres & borders dOp ~ • Attached 3-car si n g le sq. ft., fully remod- maintained $445,000. BLM land garage & shop eled interior, log aclevel home on 19.5 • Backs to forest, close Bill Kammerer, Broker • Cherry oak floors On cul-de-sac cents, rec room and acres, w/ 13.8 acres to river & lakes 541-410-1200 Electric at street & • Open great room • 3 bdrm, 2 bath & 1512 loft. 6.8 acres w/horse COI irrigation a nd Windermere septic approved • Entertain center corral, g u esthouse. pond. Interior f easq.ft. Central Oregon $140,000. $600,000 CUP in place for a tures include 2 mas• 2-car garage Real Estate Veronica Theriot, Rinehart, Dempsey • Contract terms offered B8 B or w e ddings. ter suites, a spacious Broker and Phelps MLS¹201400129. kitchen w/center is• 2360 sq.ft., 3 bdrm & $205,000. 541-610-5672 541-480-5432 land and slab granite David Franke, 2.5 bath Dave Disney, Broker Windermere Windermere 541-420-5986 counters, living room • Fully updated 541-410-8557 Central Oregon Central Oregon Central Oregon Realty with vaulted ceilings, • Master on main Windermere Real Estate Real Estate Group, LLC exposed beams, pro• Large 2 story barn Central Oregon 9 Acre Powell Butte pane fireplace and • Fenced 8 gated Real Estate • 3 bdrm 8 2 bath Farm. 2 17 2 s q . f t. • 8.5 AC irrigation Broken Top j $625,000 n atural l i ght. T h e • Private master bdrm main home, 64 acres Beautiful A c c essible• 3237 sq.ft. perfect e q u estrian $445,000. • Wraparound decks irrigation, large Guest Quarters - Neal • 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath property with an outBill Kammerer, • Large kitchen 8 din flood 26x52 shop, hay barn, Huston designed Awdoor arena, 4 s t all • Hardwood floors, exBroker ing area barn, tack room, shop 541-410-1200 • Turnaround driveways new working pens and brey Butte h o me. tensive built-ins chute, 3 ponds, cross 4300 sq ft single level • MLS 201406172 hayloft, 3 pens and 3 Windermere $119,950. f enced, huge m t n living has open floor loafing sheds. Gated Central Oregon Craig Smith, Broker Dave Disney, Broker views, master suite on plan, 4 bed, 4.5 bath and land s caped 541-322-2417 Real Estate 541-410-8557 main floor, 2nd 2064 plus shop/hobby grounds, a c i rcular Windermere 256 NW Soft Tail Dr., sq.ft., only 10 miles to room. Fabulous 1200 driveway and water Central Oregon Bend Airport. sq ft guest quarters Bend. Hollow Pine feature. 2712 sq.ft. Real Estate Original. 2769 sq.ft, $700,000. with kitchenette, laun$815,000. Scott McLean, 0 63 acre l ot, b i g • 3 bdrm, 3 bath 8 2850 dry, intercom system, Cate Cushman, MORRIS decks, large pines, sq.ft. upgraded home Principal Broker clair lift to upstairs 8 Principal Broker REAL ESTATE 541-408-6908 541-480-1884 storage building, de- • 105 sq.ft. of Desprivate patio. l&~ ml y ~ ~ ~ Realty Executives tached 2 car garage. chutes River frontage Colleen Dillingham, www.catecushman.com • Upgraded kitchen with Just bought a new boat? $375,000. Broker 541-788-9991 Scott McLean, granite counters & John L. Scott Sell your old one in the stainless steel appl. Principal Broker lassifieds! Ask about our Real Estate, Bend 54'I -408-6908 • Master on main, firejohnlscottbend.com Super Seller rates! Realty Executives place 8 walk-in closet 541-385-5809 E q u estrian • 3 levels of decking on 3 Acre Farm in Alfalfa. Beautiful 26695 Horsell Road Facility - Custom 3 nearly 3/4 lot Very private location b edrooms, 2 b a t h , Comprehensive Services & Solutions Recently remodeled $535.000. with single level 2390 1950 sq ft home on 3bd, 2 bath, 2070ysf Tony Levison, Broker sq.ft. home. 4 bdrm 3 4.36 acres. Barn, hay farm house on 67.9y 541-977-1852 bath, 51 acres of irri- storage and 36x36 a cres w i t h 39 . 7 y Windermere gation, barn for hay shop. $360,000. MLS acres of i r rigation. Central Oregon and animals, bunk 201400240 1344ysf building for Real Estate house with bath, shop Call Candy Yow, Office/Recreation/Stu541-410-3193 dio, 4502y sf building • 3 bdrm, 3 bath & open for the toys, with finfloor plan ished craft rooms, 35 Duke Warner Realty with 12' door 8 man acres under pivot, 16 541-382-8262 door for shop/RV/Toy • Heated bathroom floors acres in pasture or /Boat storage & inleased in stream. Beautiful Family Homedoor gardening. New • Quality & elegance 4 bedroom, 3 bath on Scott McLean, 750y deep well being • 2839 sq.ft. Holly Polis Conni e L owe • 0.46 acre corner lot Principal Broker over 4 acres. Double drilled to provide a 541-408-6908 attached plus doubled $529,900. year-round source of PRINCIPAL BROKER BROKER Realty Executives detached garage and domestic water. New Susan Pitarro, Broker 541-419-8710 5413 90-7115 541-410-8084 large shop. Beautiful gas log fireplace will 75 NE Apple Creek yard, country living hpotis@pennbrook.com clowe@pennbrook.com be installed. $625,000. Eric Andrews, Broker $229,900. 1775 sq.ft., 541-771-1168 lose to town , MLS¹201401400 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, gas c Windermere $465,000. Bobbie Strome, f ireplace, AC , t i l e MLS¹201304219 Central Oregon Principal Broker counters, black appl., Real Estate Call Candy Yow, Buy or Sell Your Home With Us. John L Scott Real mtn views. 541-410-3193 Estate 541-385-5500 • 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath 8 www.johnlscott.com/6 Duke Warner Realty 6219 1636 sq.ft. 541-382-8262 26 acres with Timber - 4 • Completely remodeled Kathy Caba, Principal b edroom, 2 ba t h ,• New wood floors, carBroker 541-771-1761 Beautiful Harney 2464 sq ft home with John L. Scott byW / N' HOME INSPECTION pet, paint 8 Stainless County Home on 40 4-car garage. Real Estate, Bend steel appliances Acres - Wide open with each signed listing or purchasecontract $415,000. www.johnlscottbend.com $219,000. views from this cusMLS201208278 Christin Hunter, Broker 900 Sq.ft., 2 bdrm 8 1 tom 3 bed, 2 b ath, Call Duke Warner 541-306-0479 2384 sq ft home built bath home Realty Dayville at Windermere in 2006. Open floor 6.16 acre parcel 541-987-2363 Central Oregon Garage with shop area plan with hardwood Real Estate floors, vaulted ceil2720 SF 2-Story Home Near Smith Rock ings, sunroom, at12.89 ac, 4 or 5 bdrm Amenities tached garage and w/3 ba. Master on $148,500. Tick, Tock THE more. $330,000. MLS main floor. H o me Clair Sagiv, Broker 201401285 features tile, laminate 541-390-2328 Tick, Tock... Call Duke Warner & carpet w/ FA elecWindermere Realty Dayville, tric & w o o d h e at. ...don't let time get Central Oregon 250 NW Franklin Ave. Pemtbrook.com 541-987-2363 Open kitchen/dining Real Estate away. Hire a area + formal dining professional out room. 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Upgraded ap541-480-5365 • Fully furnished "House Where can you find a Featured on REAL ESTATE John L Scott Real pliances, granite, tile, • Sunriver fun Duke Warner Realty www.johnlscottbend.com New Construction on Hunters" - Beautiful Estate 541-385-5500 helping hand? hardwood floors and a 541-382-8262 • Owner may carry colonial revival style cul - de-sac. From contractors to Near Smith Rock, gor- quiet well p lanned f l oor $39,500 h ome w i t h ful l y $254,900. 3 Bdrm, 3 3 bdrm, 3 bath, plan. $349,900 Call Eric Andres, Broker Mid-Century modern in geous yard care, it's all here Call The Bulletin At equipped apartment Located on the rim with bath, 1929 sq.ft., main 3190 sq.ft. $694,000 C arolyn Emic k , 541-771-1168 541-385-5809 attached. Nearly 3000 Cascade views! 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541-480-5432 Andrea Phelps 541-408-4770 Cleme Rinehart 541-480-2100

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• 4 bed, 2.5 bath, 5227 SF • Gre at floor plan for entertaining • Family room with gas

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• 2900 SF with mountain view • 3 bed, 2.5 bath & 2 wells • 2 fireplaces • Bonus & work rooms • 2 barns & 52 acres

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• Amazing location • Loads of opportunity • A must see property!

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• 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2199 SF • All Oregon income

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541-706-1820 TOM WEINMANN BROKER

• On 0.29 acre • Hidden Valley Estate • NW Redmondarea • Nice shop, garage & carport • Redmond

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$470,000I824 NW NEWPORT AVENUE, BEND

•Customhome wit hgood open floor plan • Plenty of outdoor space for summer living • Large 3-car garage • Lots of storage • Ready for your personal touches!

$629,900ISCOTTSDALE HORSE PROPERTY

• Acreage for sale: 6 lots • 5.34 $439,000 Mtn. View • 5.01 $559,000 Mtn. View • 5.01 $373,000 Smith Rock • 4.98 $549,000 Mtn. View • 5.19 $373,000 Smith Rock • 4.98 $549,000 Mtn. View

541-788-2274 BEA LEACH BROKER

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$585,000IAWBREY GLEN SINGLE LEVEL HOME

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541-788-2274 BEA LEACH BROKER

$249,000ICASCADE VIEW ESTATES, REDMOND

$373,000 - $559,000

541-419-8758 CAROL ARMSTRONG BROKER

$224,000 I EAGLECRESTCHALET

541-771-1168 ERIC ANDREWS BROKER

541-306-0479 CHRISTIN HUNTER BROKER

$399,999IHUGE 2 STORY DETACHED SHOP

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• Gorgeous open floor plan

• Spectacular mtn & Smith Rock views • 39 AC fenced, cross fenced & 38 ACof irrigation • 3bed,2bath&1530SFhome • Six stall barn, hay loft, tack room & pasture •Ponds,greenhouse,outbuildings& chickencoop

bedroom access • New quartz countertops with undermount sink

541-410-2827 BONNIE STALEY BROKER

• Opportunity for investors • 2 bed,1 bath & 1 garage • Excellent rental history • Units have been upgraded - • Duplex has commercial potential

21420 BELKNAP DRIVE, BEND

39 ACRE GEM INPOWELL BUTTE

$445,000 I AUTHENTICBENDFARM HOUSE

• 2910 SF • 4bed &4.5bath • 1.8acres & gated entry

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• Open living space • Custom home • Offers 3 levels of high end f!n!shes • Formal dining & living room • Huge great room • Massive master suite with deck

• Vaulted ceilings, 3 bed & 2.5 bath • Beautifully landscaped & on a corner lot • Bitterroot ledge stone firepit with solid bitterroot slate benches for outdoor seating • Full mountain views from upstairs bedroom

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Play Where you live. Reduced to $82,000. Single Level Charmer in Sunriver I $499,000 imeless No r t hwest Beautiful Custom Home Horse Property - has 1 35N¹I/Vicksburg Live where you Play! 1.69 Acres close to La Pine - Neat as a • Furnished 2178 sq.ft. Design. Warm and in Redmond - Situ- shed, hay shed and Ave., Bend. 2 Bdrm, 1 bath, 800y Prineville Reservoir. pin! 3 bedrooms, 2 home inviting, this N ortha ted o n a qui e t lean-to. This home • Three car garage Sq.ft., rustic cottage Private well, septic baths, 1092 sq ft has • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath west resort design is cul-de-sac i n SW was built using all / • Storage • Mt. Bachelor view on a 2.99y acre par- and p ower, g r eat newer appliances and the essence of t he R edmond, close t o natural products. Lots • Family room cel. Come view this place to build your carpet. RV p arking• MLS 201407404 Central Oregon lifesschools, s h opping, of south-facing floor to $249,000. a mazing piece o f dream home. Com- area. $125 , 000. Diane Lozito, Broker tyle and offers lake parks & restaurants. ceiling windows to 4 Diana Barker, Broker 541-548-3598 and mountain views extra large k itchen heat home naturally. paradise on the out- pletely fenced, double www.Jackson-Ander541-480-7777 skirts of R e dmond. gated entrance, cute son.com 541-306-9646 on the W oodland's with stainless steel Radiant floor heating Windermere Built on the curve of small s olar c a b in Barbara Jackson, Golf Course in Sunri- Amazing river views appliances, gas fire- with tile floors in main from this c u stom Central Oregon the Deschutes River, w/bath & loft, must Broker 541-306-8186 ver. Grand entrance place in family room, part of home. Utility Real Estate this p erfect s m all see! MLS John L. Scott and interior design home on quiet dead large bonus room on room plumbed for exe nd s t reet n e a r home has amazing ¹201402895 Real Estate, Bend with a wo w f actor. 2nd level with vaulted tra toilet and shower. Parklike Setting I d owntown. Sol a r views of the mounMaralin Baidenmann, Open great room with ceilings. Master bed- Natural wood floors johnlscottbend.com MORRIS $554,000 panels power the tains and the river. Broker 541-325-1096 e xposed bea m s , room is located on upstairs for bedroom • 2813 sq.ft., 3 bedREAL ESTATE Single Level with 3-car g o r geous 2nd level, separated and office. First floor Detached garage has John L. Scott tongue and g r ove home, room, 2.5 bath I M~& m l y ~ d~ 4 Garage in G ardena studio-type room Real Estate, Bend wood ceiling and huge Doug fir woodwork from other bedrooms. has master, small of• Bonus room & den with an extra bath and www.johnlscottbend.com side -2097sq ft 3 bed Sunriver I $649,900 Large walk in closet, fice with kitchen and picture windows bring throughout, reverse • .41 acre cul-de-sac lot plus office, vaulted living design. shower att a ched. the outdoor scenery to double sinks in mas- living area. Septic was • 2412 sq.ft., 4-car ga• MLS 201405335 ceilings, AC, large lot Ground level has life. A serene, peaceter b a th . W i n dow p umped and w e l l $399,000 R emodeled Sin g l e and next to Garden- rage Diane Robinson, add'I kitchen ameniMLS¹201309622 ful setting with room seat/storage in mas- testing done; can give Level Westside side Park. $289,900. • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Broker, ABR ties fo r u s e as Bobbie Strome, for everyone. 5096 ter & family rooms. reports. MLS home in established MLS 20'I 407798 • .31acre overlooks 541-419-8165 mother in law suite. Principal Broker sq.ft. $1,170,000. Fully fenced y ard. ¹201405178 neighborhood is close National Forest Call Rob Eggers, Anna Ruder, John L Scott Real Cate Cushman, John L. Scott Real $252,900 to shops, restaurants • MLS 201408565 541-815-9780 Broker Estate 541-385-5500 Principal Broker ¹201406760 Estate 541-548-1712 a nd p arks. C o m- Duke Jim Moran, Broker Warner Realty Hasson Company, 541-480-1884 John L. Scott Real 541-948-0997 Priced to Sell - 3 bed- pletely remodeled and 541-382-8262 541-410-3645, www.catecushman.com Estate 541-548-1712 SW Redmond - Beauroom home with very upgraded with energy MORRIS or goto tiful home situated on fea t ures.Spacious Home in large backyard. Lots efficient Tumaio I $275,000 www.annaruder.com Beautiful log home in quiet cul-de-sac is REAL ESTATE Shevlin Meadows - 3 of possibilities here. $453,000 1120 sq.ft. CRR. $350,000. 3 for more details. I&g M Q y ~ ~ o~ d to sc h ools, bedroom, 2.5 b ath, Do not miss this one! MLS¹201408441 2 bedroom, 1 bath bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2060 close s hopping, parks & 2562 sq. ft. with genPerfect Home for You- Great for investment, Call Terry Skjersaa, .41 acre, fenced yard MORRIS sq.ft., several o utEx t r a 541-383-1426 749 erous backyard. Situ3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, as renters would love MLS 20'I 403890 buildings, oversized r estaurants. REAL ESTATE kitchen, g as ated on a corner lot 1396 sq ft with new to s tay. $ 1 51,900 Duke Warner Realty JJ Jones, Broker Southeast Bend Homes bdrms, main f l oor large IA p A t l y ~ M O~ with s late 541-382-8262 and close to the new wood, tile, carpet & MLS 201409739 541-788-3678 master, Ko i p o n d. fireplace surround, den/office, D iscovery Park i n • Surrounding mountain wainscoting. Master Call Carolyn Emick, 3 bdrm, 2y~ bath home MLS ¹201402993 master suite is very 541-419-0717 Ridge At Eagle Crest I NWX. $459 , 000 views! has vaulted ceiling, in Sun Meadow, 1579 Jeanne Scharlund, large with oversized MLS: 201409814 Call • 2609 walk-in closet. New Duke Warner Realty $220,000 sq. f t . . $2 6 9,900. Broker 541-420-7978 Sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2 walk-in closet. Fenced 541-382-8262 • 1533 sq.ft. furnished Michele A n d erson, bath with LR & FR roof, fenced backyard, 61288 Day s pring Central Oregon Realty backyard, s p r inkler 541-633-9760 or Jac- • Huge kitchen & eating hot tub and RV parktownhome Drive. High L a kes Group, LLC MORRIS system in front and • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath quie Sebu l sky, areas ing. $180,000 Take care of Realty & Pr o perty REAL ESTATE Custom Home, Barn, b ack, double w a ll • View of 17th green 8 541-280-4449 Call Jasen Chavez at Management • 4.96 level acres IA ~ dy~ M Op wl A rena a n d Gr e a t construction with Haryour investments common area Duke Warner Realty 541-891-5446 541-536-0117 Gail Rogers, Broker Shop, + M o u ntain d yplank sidi n g . • MLS 201410550 541-382-8262 MLS201407349 with the help from Ultimate Home - 5 bed541-604-1649 Views! This is a great $245,900. 201407949 Deborah Benson PC, room, 6 bath with ofDuke Warner Realty Windermere Say"goodbuy" The Bulletin's Spacious Home p roperty with s e - John L. Scott Real 541-382-8262 Broker, GRI, fice, family room, rec Central Oregon Move-in Ready! 2207 cluded but central lo- Estate 541-548-1712 to that unused "Call A Service Preview Specialist room and 2 master Real Estate sq ft 3 bedroom, 2.5 c ation. Cust o m Just too many 541-460-6446 suites. Other features item by placing it in Professional" Directory bath home has great kitchen with nice apinclude sun r o om, Looking for your next collectibles? room with fireplace, Need help fixing stuff? and an awe- The Bulletin Classifieds pliances and island, emp/oyee? L ike ne w 1 4 3 8 s f large master suite, Call A Service Professional solarium pantry and more. Tile some greenhouse all Place a Bulletin help ranch-style o n 1 Sell them in bonus loft area. Laun- find the help you need. flooring, custom railon over 10 acres with ad today and new carpet/indry room u pstairs, www.bendbulletin.com ings, huge master wanted The Bulletin Classifieds acres, mountain views. 5 41-385-580 9 reach over 60,000 MORRIS terior paint. Attached fenced ba c kyard. suite with large tiled $999,000. REAL ESTATE garage, 20x36 RV gawww.jackson-andershower, large walk-in readers each week. SW Bend I $396,000 MLS¹201403687. Your classified ad rage w/8x16 addition. 541 -385-5809 son.com closet, custom vanity • 2800 sq.ft. Call Candy Yow, • Redmond Homes will also appear on Set up fo r h orses. Candice Anderson, • 4 bedroom, 3 bath and more. Well land541-410-3193 bendbulletin.com MLS 2014 0 8675. River Rim! F abulous Broker 541-788-8878 • .92 acre lot Picture Perfect Homewith a water Duke Warner Realty Bank owned. 4 bdrm, scaped which currently rein Stonehedge West! $ 269,900. Nan c y location, 3 bdrm, 2.5 John L. Scott feature, iron custom • MLS 201408747 541-382-8262 2y~ bath 3380 sq. ft. ceives over You really need to see Popp, Principal Bro bath, 1 9 4 4 sq . f t., Real Estate, Bend fruit trees and Craig Long, Broker home built in 2006. fencing, 1.5 million page this home! Beautifully ker 541-815-8000 The Bulletin a great patio for enmaster bdrm on main www.johnlscottbend.com 541-480-7647 Gas FP in front room, tertaining. updated inc l uding Crooked River Realty level, hard w ood x 40' views every month To Subscribe call large living room, for- barn has nice 36' mtn & at no extra cost. travertine tile flooring, P rivate W e s t sliding floors, granite • Spectacular 541-385-5800 or go to Hi l l s mal dining, b onus doors for horse runs Bulletin Classifieds granite c o untertops Neighborhood - 3 counters, cul-de-sac. Smith Rock views www.bendbulletin.com room upstairs, gour• 39 AC fenced, cross Get Results! with tile backsplash, b edroom, 2 and it is wood that h , www.jackson-anderfenced & 38 AC of irCall 385-5809 or GE Profile appliances, 1224 sq ft homebatloson.com We ll Maintained - 3 met kitchen, l arge matches the house, in pantry, wood floors, rigation MORRIS place your ad on-line gas range, gorgeous cated in one of the Barbara Jackson, bdrm, 2 bath home on fenced, landscpaed, close proximity to the • 3bdrm,2bath & 1530 at REAL ESTATE 1 20'x200' cus t o m knotty alder trim Broker 541-306-8186 tree-lined street. 1292 nei g hbortnple car garage. Call fenced area. 40'x60' Sq.ft. home bendbulletin.com doors, designer paint, coolest I& p ~ d y ~ ~ o~ d John L. Scott SF, ga s F P / heat, hoods in the West Real Estate, Bend • Six stall barn, hay loft, Pam Lester, Principal shop has RV friendly updated fixtures & $349,900. MLS www.johnlscottbend.com tack room & pasture The Swan's Nest. Rare central air, p a ntry, Broker, Century 21 lighting & granite tile Hills. doors and concrete tiled foyer, fenced & 201409976 755 • Ponds, greenhouse, Gold Country Realty, floor along with lots of peaceful ri v erfront landscaped. surround gas f i r eCall Kim Kahl, Inc. 541-504-1338 outbuildings & chicken estate. Private and Sunriver/La Pine Homes area to park and turn place. Vaulted ceilMLS¹2014'I 0650, RV Parking! 4 Bdrms, coop 541-480-1662 gated, this home is $174,900. Call Pam 1.8 Acres, Cascade mtn v ehicles around i n ings in the living room, Duke Warner Realty 2.5 bath, central air, $539,000. s ituated in o n e o f Lester, Principal Bro- views. $189,900. 3 custom blinds, large front of t h e s h o p.Very clean, well main fireplace. Grea t 541-382-8262 Hunter, Broker Bend's most presti- ker, main level m aster kitchen, breakfast bar, Christin Century 21 Gold bdrm, 2 bath, 1716 Property adjoins pub- tained 3 bdrm, 2 bath 541-306-0479 gious locations, just suite w/access to the Quiet, Peaceful Cul-de- pantry. Vaulted masCountry Realty, Inc. sq.ft., new construc- lic lands so horses f rame home o n 2 Windermere one mile from down- 541-504-1338 rear deck. New paint sac - Moments from ter suite with walk-in tion, interior color pkg d on't have t o be acres. Built in 2006, Central Oregon town. Th o ughtfully s q .ft., l i v ing on the interior & exte- the Deschutes River & closet. Separate utilo ption avail. M L S trailered. Asking only 2080 Real Estate designed to capture West Hills Home and ¹201401007 rior of t h e h o m e. great fishing. Great ity, tons of storage. All $619,900 4709 Sunny room and great room, Lot 3 bedroom, 3 Paver back walkway room concept with on a corner lot, fenced Stunning Sage Way, Redmond. large bedrooms. Rus Gail Day, Mou n tain stunning panoramic custom home & beautiful landscap- large pantry, kitchen & sprinkled, located Views! 3 bedrooms, 3 views of t h e D e s- bath Call Heather Hockett, tic outdoor fireplace 541-306-1018 with adjoining .26 lot. hutes R iver t h a t ing. $229, 9 00. island & lots of stor- close to new school. PC, Broker, Century for the evening gather Central Oregon baths, 2817 sq.ft. Io- c greet you the mo- O pen space w i t h Realty Group, LLC ¹201405495 age. Electric FA heat, 21 Gold Country Re- ings. Home is on 1 Peggy Lee Combs, cated i n Br a sada views. $695,000. ment you walk in this acre and a dditional John L. Scott Real double attached gaalty, 541-420-9151 Broker 541-480-7653 Ranch. Professional i mpressive acre lot located next h o m e . Call Jaynee Beck at Bank owned. Vintage Estate 541-548-1712 rage, light, tasteful, John L. Scott decorated, option to 4 043 sq.ft., + 7 5 0 541-480-0988 or Pete single story home 4 l ot o v e r (15952 low mai n tenance Real Estate, Bend Want to impress the Play Where You Livepurchase furnishings. Van Deusen, Deedon Rd) is all in deta c h ed bdrm, 2 bath, 1899 landscaping. E n joy www.johnlscottbend.com Kitchen island w ith sq.ft. relatives? Remodel Live Where You Play 541-480-3558 sq. ft. on almost 1/4 cluded in t h e s a le covered deck farm sink, slab gran- shop/guesthouse. Have it all, river AND private MLS¹201406052 your home with the acres close to schools price. $250,000. MLS the front & rear, unShevlin Ridge I ite countertops, stain- $1,799,990. mountain views. Fish, in Duke Warner Realty Cate Cushman, and shopping. help of a professional 201310801 obstructed views of less steel appliances, $629,900 hike, bike or settle in the terrain. Commu541-382-8262 Cascade Realty, Principal Broker $115,900. MLS from The Bulletin's oil rubbed bronze fixfor a stunning sunset nity pool, golf & ten- • 2968 sq.ft., 5 bed541-480-1884 201410105 Call Pam Dennis Haniford, Princ. "Call A Service Woodside Ranch I tures, Travertine tile & from your rustic 2 room, 2.5 bath Broker 541-536-1731 Lester, Principal Bro- Professional" Directory $179,900. MLS • Hardwood $629,900 floors, two hardwood f l o oring,www.catecushman.com bedroom 1 bath cabin. nis. ker, Century 21 Gold 3595 sq.ft. separate master suite Double car garages 201408666 fireplaces Country Realty, Inc. John L. Scott Real Have an item to acre, private back- with private covered BULLETIN CLASSIFIEDS 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with a plumbed studio Estate Gorgeous Home on 3HI9 541-504-1338 541-548-1712 • .42 2.38 acres, fenced, deck, 2 custom stone Search the area's most room in between for yarcl Acres. $885,500. 4 sell quick? large deck fireplaces. Amenities comprehensive listing of 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1652 Bdrm, 2.5 bath, 3295 hobbies, exercise or Reduced to $229,000. • MLS 201410382 If it's under MLS 201410190 include athletic club, classified advertising... apCathy Del Nero, sq.ft. + un f i nished sq. f t . , de s igner guests. Set on 3 acres Wonderfully Broker, CSP equestrian ce n t er, real estate to automotive, Dawn Ulrickson, Broker, b asement, built i n touches t h roughout '500 you can place it in with end of the road pointed 2170 sq.ft., 4 CRS, GRI, ABR Peter Jacobsen/Jim merchandise to sporting 541<10-5280 2002. Dble garage, home, Cascade mtn privacy, yet 30 min- Bdrm, 2.5 bath, large 541-610-9427 The Bulletin Hardy 18-hole golf goods. Bulletin Classifieds fenced, located on .66 views, 35 acres of irriutes or less to all your rooms, lots of storage. course, spa, restau- appear every day in the favodtes - Bend, Sis- www.johnlscott.com/4 acre, p rivate w e ll, gation, huge shop, Classifieds for: print or on line. rant... 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• 701 acres of forest, meadows & river • Little Deschutes Rrver frontage 3.6 miles • Hand scribed log home: 10,275 SF, 4 bed, 4.5 bath • Shop, 4 stall barn, indoor arena, ranch manager's home • Cascade mountain views • Ranch retreat with abundant wildlife MLS¹201408825

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• True 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • Large .96 acre lot w/RV parking • Open kitchen & dining area • Large fenced yard + greenhouse • Front wraparound deck • For instant info. text LADD4 to 88000 www.bendpropertysource.com Brian Ladd, Principal Broker j 541-3234802 brian@bendpropertysource.com

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• 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • 2068 SF & large lot • Incredibly energy efficient Prairie style • Custom finishes and fixtures throughout • AC, air exchange w/filter, SS appliances • Beautifulsunlit kitchen w/custom cabinets • Hardwood floors, covered patio & fenced • Built by SolAire Homebuilders of Bend MLS¹201310131

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• Awbrey Butte — single level • Great storage for your outdoor toys • 2003 SF • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • Vaulted ceilings and open space • .56 Acre lot is private MLS¹201407633 Joanne McKee, Broker I 541-480-5159

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• 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3612 SF • 20 acres, 30x40 shop • Hardwood floors, radiant floor heat • T&G wood ceiling, wood/gas fireplaces • Established income producing business • Fenced for livestock, backs BLM MLS¹201403216 Myra Girod, Principal BrokerI 541-815-2400 or

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• 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3167 SF • Rooftop terrace Cascade view • Gourmet kitchen, built-ins • Walking access to town/trails • Upgrades throughout • 2-car garage, personal elevator

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7991 SF 2.8 acres with 400' of private river frontage 800 SF guest cabin 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, indoor lap pool River and golf front property Adjacent 3.49 acre lot available at $799,000 For instant info. text LADD13 to 88000

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• Build your dream on this 1.52 acre west side home site with mature landscape & impressive Cascade views • Generous oversized lot offers privacy and flexibility • Situated in a cul-de-sac location with expansive views • Close proximity to river trail, neighborhood park & downtown MLS¹201404748

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• Gorgeous quality townhomes on the westside • These are higher end townhomes • 3 bedrooms plusan of fice/den • 2732 SF with an oversized 2-car garage • Main level master, stainless steel appliances, tankless hot water, AC • 4100 SF clubhouse with a nice pool • Close to shopping, schools, river & trails MLS¹201409173 Mary Stratton, GRI Broker l 541-419-6340 maryselhms©gmail.com

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• 3 Bedroom, 3 bath, i' aes 1905 SF • Easy maintenance • All new appliances, granite, built-ins • Outdoor pergolaw it h shades • Desirable westside location with views! MLS¹201410850

19748 Dry Canyon Ave. • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath "+; • Master on the main ~H' • Great room floor plan • Attached 2-car garage • Bonus room with exterior access MLS¹201409733

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• 2013 Tour of Homes" • Master suite on main • Grand entry hall, dining and great room • Large covered rear patio with gas firepit • Backs to golf course, large 3-car garage MLS¹201409860 www.bendpropertysource.com For instant info. text LADD11 to 88000 Brian Ladd, Principal Broker 541-541-323-4802

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• 3727 SF home, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • Private & well appointed • 5.25 acres w/irrigation • RV garage, 2-stall barn • Panoramic Cascade views • 10 minutes to Bend! MLS¹201310641 Stephanie Ruiz, Broker l 541-948-5196

•Specta cularmountainviews • Ultimate quality, immaculate throughout • Located at The Ridge at Indian Ford • Gated community with irrigated greenways • 3 bedroom, 4 bath, 3296 SF, 1.87 acres • Private equestrian center located in 100+ acresof common area Jane Flood, Broker l 541-350-9993

• Private timber framed lodge home w/guest house • Luxury ranch living only 4 miles to town adjoins USFS • Cattle & horse setup, stable, shop, hay barn • Ponds,orchard,custom chicken coop,garden cottage • Too much to list! Call today for private showing, qualified buyers only MLS¹201402772 Jodi Satko, Broker l 541-550-0819

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14695 S. Sugar Pine. Fuqua Good Cents en- 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, 2456 Motivated Sellers! Great Q uiet cul-de-sac i n Lot 21 SW Chipmunk Close to La Pine State Hager Mountain Estates Large 11,325 Square ergy-efficient 3 bdrm, sq.ft. with 14.66 acre package!! House and Boonesborough, 4 Rd., level 5.16 acres, Park and the Des- 4 lots, $25,000 each lo- Foot Lot for a home $116,500 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1256 sq. ft. on 2 bath home. Certi- and 13.2 acre COI ir- shop have new exte- bdrm, 3 bath, 1743 with 2 storage sheds. chutes River. Build cated in Silver Lake. or duplex. Wonderful, .96 acre. High Lakes fied wood stove, wood rigation, bonus room rior siding and paint, sq. ft., manicured 2.26 partial mt n v i ews. your dream home on Underground power convenient location by Realty & Pr o perty negotiable. Furnace is with separate entry, gravel & much more. a cres, great d e c k community water is this nicely wooded lot. and conduit for phone school and close to Management wired for A/C. 24x32 solar design gener- This ranch home has space, lots of parking installed. $ 6 0 ,000. Septic feasibility has and internet. Views of shopping. Zoning al541-536-0117 g arage w it h w o r k ates 20 % e l ectric. irrigation and moun- & storage. $355,000. 201300800 been approved. Hager Mountain. Sep- lows for a shop or shop area, wired, ce- MLS 2014 0 3830 tain views and has a MLS 201408082 Juniper Realty MLS tic feasibility for stano utbuilding on t h e $29,950. One bdrm, one bath, ment floor. Storage $449,900 Call Pam 541-504-5393 great location on a Jeanne Scharlund 201403668 CallJasen dard system. The property to c o mplioutbuildings, RV shed 8x20, wired.Un- Lester, Principal Bro- quiet country road in 541-420-7978 area is a sportsman's ment that new home. 13601 SW Canyon Dr. Chavez, hookup, $7 5 , 000. der g round p u mp ker Century 21 Gold Powell Butte. Nice 3 Central D uke Oregon Realty paradise. All utilities are at the CRR. 1.13 acres with 541-891-5446 52305 Lechner Lane. house. Too many ex- Country Realty, Inc. bdrm ranch-style Group, LLC Bobbie Strome, property line. $65,000. Mt. Jefferson views. Warner Realty High Lakes Realty 8 tras to list Fenced, 541-504-1338 house with nice floor Small western ranch! 3 $58,500 ¹201106385 Principal Broker ¹201408737 Property M a n age- very secure. A must John L Scott Real John L. Scott Real plan, country kitchen, bdrms, 2 baths, 1596 Juniper Realty Get your ment 541-536-0117 C ustom 1325 sq. f t . see. $149,900. MLS 2 bdrm/2bath h o m e nice brick fireplace, sq. ft. , 5.5 acres. Estate 541-385-5500 Estate 541-548-1712 541-504-5393 business 201409077. Cascade nestled on 4+ Acres. FIND IT! 2 shops on 5.41 Property is f e nced Clean 9 stall barn with City lot in Culver. All Realty, Dennis Hani- with DDT /TI room, RV pad u tilities a t acres. $23 9 ,900. Lot 67 SW Shad Rd. str e e t. ford, Princ. Broker horse shel- tack SELL ITI 151628 Hackamore, w/corral, w/water & e l ectric. $38,200. great value for this a ROW I N G 541-536-1731 MLS ter, shop/garage Need to get an ad La Pine. High Lakes w/studio & storage. 2 $329,000 1 .04 acre l o t w i t h The Bulletin Classifieds 201203505 Realty & P r o perty acres of MLS¹201410583 mountain views. in ASAP? value in this 2 Juniper Realty with an ad in i r r igation. 55918 Snow Goose. Great Vicci Bowen $22,900. MLS¹ bdrm 2 bath, kitchen Management 541-504-5393 M ountain 8 Sm i t h The Bulletin's $219,900. 3 bdrm, 2 541-410-9730 201402733 J u niper built-in h utch, 541-536-0117 Rock views. Central Oregon Realty Bare Lot for Sale - Only bath near river and with Fax It to 541-322-7253 "Call A Service Realty 541-504-5393 bedroom and bath on $ 285,900! 1052 5 mobile h o mes al Sunriver. High Lakes each end for privacy. Group, LLC Call a Pro Professional" Fleming Rd., Powell Realty & Pr o perty Covered front deck, lowed. SDC charges The Bulletin Classifieds Butte, Call Heather Stunning chalet. Cas- have been paid on Whether you need a Lot Awaits your Dream Directory Management extra large garage Hockett, PC, Broker, cade m tn . v i e ws, this l o t . $3 5 ,000. Home - Build your 541-536-0117 with electric finished, fencefixed,hedges C entury 2 1 Gol d 3b/2ba, 2642 sq.ft., Irg MLS¹201202226 Come park your RV on dream Wes t s ide room for workshop. trimmed or a house Perfectly maintained 3/2 C ountry Real t y , windows to capture home on t his 0 .18 the .81 acre lot that La Pine Lot j $63,900 John L. Scott Real RV cover and sepa1713 sq. ft. home on 541-420-9151 views, Irg deck, Sis- Estate 541-548-1712 built, you'll find has 2 RV hookups. • 1 acre treed homesite acre lot in the cov1.36 acres. 3 5x60 rate greenhouse with professional help in ters School Dist. 4.77 eted Awbrey Ridge. Property also has a • Well, septic & power B reathtaking view o f acres, horse corral, 19999 Badger Roadshop. $259 , 999. electric and w a ter. cabin with bathroom installed! Located on a Cascades, farm fields hay storage, loafing Rare, large 8 lovely that can be used for • Owner 15742 Ri m D r i ve. This is all on a nice The Bulletin's "Call a cul-de-sac near parks carry option and rocky crags of shed. $459,900 MLS 7405 sq ft lot close to your getaway. Prop- • MLS 201403628 High Lakes Realty & corner acre of land. Service Professional" and trails. $139,000 Deschutes River, 2 Property M a nage- Close to gov't lands, 201404009. J eanne town & Old Mill, ready erty is partially fenced MLS 201405853 Corey Charon PE, Directory one block off paved to build your dream with another building acres with 3 bdrm, 2 Scharlund ment 541-536-0117 Call Terry Skjersaa, Broker home! No thru traffic, for storage. $45,000 county m a i ntained 541-385-5809 b ath h o me, s l a te 541-420-7978 541-383-1426 541-280-5512 150388 Jerry Road. 3 road, and only 3 miles floors, w rap-around Central Oregon Realty directly to west/adja- MLS 2014 0 9702 Duke Warner Realty bdrm, 2 bath on 1.5 from town. $79,900 cent is a huge privacy 5 41-536-1731 3203 sq. ft home on 2 decks + gar age. Group, LLC Cas541-382-8262 treed acre. $140,000. MLS 201468049 a cres, 3+-car g a - $199,900. berm w/large trees & cade Realty, Dennis MLS 150388 Jerry Road. Cascade Realty, rages. $30 4 ,000 ¹ 201408317 Call scrub brush. $74,500. Haniford, Princ. BroFind It in High Lakes Realty & Dennis Haniford, Princ. Just bought a new boat? 11548 Burl w ood Nancy Popp, PrinciMLS¹201405024 ker 541-536-1731 Property M a nageSell your old one in the Broker Drive, La Pine. High pal Broker, 541-815- The Bulletin Class!fieds! Laura Hilton, Broker, MORRIS classifieds! Ask about our ment 541-536-0117 541-385-5809 Cul-de-sac Lot in Bro1-541-536-1731 Lakes Realty & Prop- 8000. Crooked River ABR, GRI, EA, REAL ESTATE Super Seller rates! S.T.A.R. ken Top - Just over Ma n agement Realty IM~ rl y~ ~ Op «0 15468 Ferndale Ct. 3 Make this old home- erty 541-385-5809 The perfect 2-story vahalf an a c re, t h is 541-536-0117 541-306-1800 bdrm, 2 bath, 1762 stead, located right off c ation home on 5 Bring the horse Bring John L. Scott h eavily t r eed, e l sq. ft., 1.61 acres. of Hwy 97, your get- 16549 Wayne Drive, the family! This is a acres with k itchen, evated lot f e atures Estate, Bend $209,900. High Lakes away retreat. Original $295,900. 16.79 acre great set up ... well dining, bedroom, util- Real peek-a-boo mountain johnlscottbend.com Realty 8 Pr o perty h ome was built i n horse property! 1702 laid out kitchen with ity down and family and golf course views. Management sq. ft. home. High unique custom island. room w/bath up. Pri- Above Lake Billy Chi- Quiet street with tons 1 940, a l on g wi t h 541-536-0117 o riginal garage & Lakes Realty & Prop- Nicely l a n dscaped vate well, p ropane nook! 5.6 Acres bank of privacy. $273,500. Man a gement neat the entrance of h eating stove a n d owned in gated com- Call Tammy Settlemier, 15918 Cascade Lane. 2 storage shed, 1.63 erty with p rivate the ranch, RV hookup Cascade view! munity 541-410-6009 bdrm home on 1.25 acres. Home is very 541-536-0117 $69,900. MLS with parking, 25000 $169,900. MLS airstrip. MLS¹201403100 acre, 3-bay carport c lean yet s till h a s 201409604 Call Pam What are you sq. ft. barn with large 201408673 Call Warner Realty $119,900. High Lakes unique traits. PosLester, Principal Bro- Duke 541-382-8262 shop, 17x14 roll up Nancy Popp, Princi- ker, Realty 8 Pr o perty sible horse property looking for? Century 21 Gold behind home in open door. $299 , 000. pal Broker, 541-815Management Realty, Inc. Custom Home S i te! field. $ 6 4 ,900 MLS You'll find it in 541-536-0117 Linda Lou Day-Wright. 8000. Crooked River Country Build you r d r e am 541-504-1338 201300544 Cascade The Bulletin Classifieds 541-7712585 Realty home i n C a scade 16206 Hawks Lair. 4 Realty, Dennis HaniCrooked River Realty Waterfront and Smith Broken Top Lot j Views Estate. Seller bdrm, 2~/~ bath, 3304 ford, Princ. Broker $229,000 Rock views! Large • Level .44 acre lot on has preliminary buildsq. ft . 2 ga r age. 541-536-1731 Advertise your car! country home on 5+ cul-de-sac ing plans and would 541-385-5809 $299,900. 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High Lakes bath, 1092 sq.ft. Ma- 360' View/Top of Butte tive ment 541-536-0117 3 b drm, 2 . 5 b a t h are available. bered acres just south Realty & Pr o perty dras home built in in Terrebonne. Home, home complete with $189,900. MLS of John Day. 3 bed771 Management 2005. R a nge/oven, shop, mansion building den and family room. 201305094 room, 2.5 bath, 2801 IO 2014 Evergreen HomeLoansis aregisteredtrade nameOI 541-536-0117 Lots dishwasher, micro & site. 2% to broker. See: Call Michele Anderson, $199,000. MLS: sq. ft., bonus room, EvergreenMoneysourceMortgageCompany' NML SID3182. bend.craigslist.org/reo/ fridge incl. $67,900 201404816 5410633-9760 or loads of storage and 9040 SW S a ndridge 52556 Drafter Rd. MulTrade/servicemarksarethe property 0!EvergreenHomeLoanx 4791 3ggt136.html MLS 201406315. Call Call Terry Skjersaa, Jacquie Sebulsky, tiple s hops, l i ving attached gar a ge. Rd., CRR 1.12 acre All rightsreservedLicensedunder. OregonMortgagetending 541-383-1426. 541-380-4449 License ML3213WashingtonConsumer LoanCompany License~ quarters on one acre. Pam Lester, Principal 52916 Old Lake Rd., $419,000. Power and water at Broker, Century 21 Duke Warner Realty Duke Warner Realty CL-3182.12/14 Silver Lake, OR. Two MLS: 201304288 $114,900. High Lakes Gold Country Realty, the street $37,900. 54'I -382-8262 541-382-8262 1848 sq.ft. homes on Call Duke Warner Realty & Pr o perty MLS ¹201403978. Inc. 541-504-1338 Management 40 acres. $180,000. Realty, Dayville, Juniper Realty, High Lakes Realty & 541-987-2363. 541-536-0117 541-504-5393 Reduced!Want to move Property M a n age3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1752 in and enjoy life? This ment, 541-536-0117 Peaceful Country Liv- Lot 1 SW Shad Rd. is sq. ft. home on 2.51 Madras h om e ing - Beautiful custom 3 .09 a c r e s wit h acres. $21 5 ,000. loaded with upgrades. 7105 SW Swallow Rd., home, approx. 3253 a mazing view s . 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p laintiff does n o t have an a ttorney, proof of service on t he p laintiff. T h e date of the first publication of the summons is December 2 0, 2014. I f y o u have questions, you should see an attorney immediately. If you need help in finding an attorney, you may contact the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Re f erral Service online at www.oregonstatebar.org or by calling (503) 684-3763 (in the Portland metrop olitan area) o r toll-free elsewhere in Oregon at (800) 452-7636. Attorney for Plaintiff: Edwin C. P erry, D i rect Telephone: 5 03.802.2026, D i rect Facs i mile:

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West 45.30 feet to a point; thence North 26'55'12" West 86.99 feet to a point; t hence a long a curve to the right with a R a dius of 280.00 feet, Delta of 15'22'17", Length of 75.12 feet, and a C hord oa f Nor t h 19'14'04 West 74.89 feet to a point; thence a North 11'32'55 West 2 00.28 feet t o a point on the Southerly line of Docum ent Numb e r 2014-023004; thence along said southerlya line North 78'59'02 East 30.00 feet to a point on a line parallel to a nd 3 0 .0 0 fe e t westerly o f the 503.972.3726, westerly line of the Email: "Majestic Plat o f ned.perry@tonkon.c R idge Phase 3 " ; om, 1600 Pioneer thence along said Tower, 888 SW Fifth parallel aline South Avenue, Portland, East OR 97 2 0 4-2099. 11'32'55 2 00.00 feet t o a SUMMARY point; thence along S TATEMENT O F a curve to the left O BJECT OF T H E with a R a dius of COMPLAINT AND 250.00 feet, Delta of THE DEMAND FOR 15'22'17", Length of RELIEF. P l aintiffs 67.07 feet, and a Complaint seeks to C hord oaf So u t h quiet title in a nar19'14'04 East r ow strip o f r e a l 66.87 feet to a point; property underlying thence South some of the exist26'55'12" East ing and proposed 59.73 feet to a point Forked Horn Butte on the southwestRoad, in Deschutes extension of the County, O r e gon, erly more p a r ticularly northwesterly right-of-way line of d escribed i n th e Majestic A v e nue f ormal legal d e ( 30.00 feet f r om scription set f orth centerline); thence below. Plai n tiff along said southseeks to quiet title in westerly extension this proposed road a North 63' 1 5 ' 37 a rea in o rder t o East 30.00 feet to a complete a dedicapoint on the westtion of the road to erly line of said Plat; t he City o f R e dthence along said m ond. A t ract o f westerly line South land located in the 26'55'12" East Southwest 27.17 feet to a point; One-Quarter of t hence along a Section 19, Towncurve to the right s hip 1 5 Sou t h , with a R adius of R ange 1 3 Ea s t , 180.00 feet, Delta of Willamette Meridian, Length of City of R edmond, 03'25'14", 10.75 feet, and a Deschutes County, C hord oaf So u t h Oregon and being East more p a r ticularly 25'12'35 10.74 feet to a point d escribed as f o l on the north-south lows: Beginning at of s a id the C e n ter-South centerline s ection; the n c e One-Sixteenth Coralong sald ner of Said Section north-south center-a 19, thence along the line South 00'01'22 north-south centerWest 565.72 feet to line of said sectionn the True Point of N orth 00 ' 01 ' 22 Beginning. The East 38.28 feet to above d e s cribed the True Point of tract of land conBeginning; thence tains 26,080 square along a line parallel feet, more or less. to and 60.00 feet westerly of the west LEGAL NOTICE line of the Plat of IN TH E C I R CUIT " Majestic Rid g e COURT O F THE STATE OF OREGON Phase 3" , N o r th 05'07'56 a West FOR THE COUNTY 5 06.78 feet t o a OF DESCHUTES. In point; thence conthe Matter of the Estinuing along said tate of JOSEPH ANparallel line along a DREW BARSS, Decurve to the left with c eased. Case N o . a Radius of 120.00 14PB0128. NOTICE TO INT E RESTED feet, D e lt a of 16'02'29

PERSONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed as personal representative. All persons having claims against the estate are r equired t o pr e sent them, with vouchers attached, to the undersigned Personal Representative in care of Max Merrill of Merrill O'S u llivan, LLP, 805 SW Indust rial Way, Suite 5 , Bend, O R 97 7 0 2, within four m o nths after the date of first publication of this notice, or they may be barred. All persons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings may obtain additional information from the records of the Court, the Personal Representative, or the attorney for the Personal Representative. Dated and first published on December 20, 2014. ANDREA S . B A R SS. Personal Representative: Andrea S. Barss, 861 S W C r e stline Drive, B e nd , Or 97702, Phone (425) 830-6659, Andreabarss1 Ohotmail.com. Attorney for Personal Representative: Max Merrill, OSB ¹ 71002, Merri l l O'Sullivan, LLP, 805 SW Industrial Way, S uite 5, B e nd, O r 97702, Phone (541) 389-1770, Fax (541) 389-1777, max@merrill-osullivan.com. LEGAL NOTICE IN T H E CI R CUIT COURT O F THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF DES C HUTES PROBATE DEPARTMENT. In the Matter o f th e E s t ate o f DAVID H. M Y ERS,

Deceased, Case No.

tive. PER S ONAL REPRESENTATIVE: Luanne L . B a r rett, 22962 Rickard Road, Bend, O R 97 7 0 2. LAWYER FOR PERSONAL REPRESENT ATIVE: R YA N P . CORREA, OSB 071109, HURLEY RE,

P.c., 747 S W M i ll View Way, Bend, OR 97702. (541) 317-5505 (Phone); (541) 317-5507 (Fax), rpcorres©hurley-re.com LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS. KAREN M . WIL-

LIAMS has been appointed Per s onal Representative of the E STATE O F F L O RENCE M. K O L B, Deceased, by the Circuit Court, State of Oregon, Deschutes County, under Case Number 1 4 PB0144.

All persons having a claim against the estate must present the

c laim w i t hi n fo u r months of th e f i rst publication date of this

notice t o H e n drix, Brinich & B e r talan, LLP, at 716 NW Harriman Street, Bend, Oregon 97701, ATTN: Ken Brinich or they may be barred. Additional information may be obtained from the c ourt records, t h e Personal Representative or the followingnamed attorney for the Personal Representative. Date of first publication: December 20, 2014. HEND RIX B R INICH & BERTALAN, LLP, 716 NW HA RR I MAN, BEND, OR 9 7 701, 541-382-4980. LEGAL NOTICE

T RUSTEE'S N o TICE OF SALE TS No.: 021 0 86-OR * ** * * * * Loan No.:

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Reference is made

14PB0140. NOTICE to that certain trust TO IN T E RESTED deed (the "Deed of PERSONS. NOTICE Trust") executed by IS HEREBY GIVEN JON D RICHARDS that the undersigned AND DEBRA M RIas have been appointed CHARDS, personal representa- G rantor, to D E SCHUTES COUNTY tive. All persons having claims against the TITLE, as Trustee, estate are required to i n favor o f N A CITY present them, w ith T IONAL BANK OF INDIANA, vouchers attached, to as Ben e f iciary, the undersigned per1 2 / 9/2005, sonal representative dated recorded at 747 SW Mill View 12/14/2005, as InWay, B e nd , OR strument No. 9 7702, w ithin f o u r 2005-85847, in the months after the date of first publication of Official Records of t his notice, or t h e Deschutes County, claims may be barred. Oregon, which covAll persons whose ers the following der ights may b e a f - scribed real proprty s i tuated i n fected by the pro- eDeschutes County, ceedings may obtain additional information Oregon: LOT FOUR (4), IN B L O CK from the records of the Court, the per- EIGHTY-FOURDESsonal representative, ( 84), O F or the lawyers for the C HUTES R I V ER personal representa- RECREATION tive. Dated and first HOMESITES, UNIT published on Decem- 6, PART 2, D E Sb er 27, 2 0 14. L U- CHUTES COUNTY, AP N : ANNE L. BARRETT, O REGON. Personal Representa- 20-10-35-AO-01800

Commonly known as: 16693 G RAY WOLF LN BEND, Oregon 97707 The current beneficiary is: PNC Bank, National A s sociation Both the beneficiary and the trustee have elected to sell the above-described real property to satisfy the obligations secured b y the Deed of Trust and notice has been recorded pursuant to ORS 86.752(3). The default for which the foreclosure is made is the grantor's failure to pay when due, the following sums: D elinquent Payments: D ates: 02/01/12 thru 1 2/01/1 4. No. 3 5 . Amount $1,063.26. Total: $ 37,214.10. Late Char g es: $238.38. B e n eficiary Ad v ances: $19,417.50. Foreclosure Fees and Expenses: $ 1,333.00. To t a l Required to Reinstate: $ 58,002.98. TOTAL REQUIRED To PAYO F F : $379,117.55. By reason of the default, th e b e neficiary has declared all obligations secured by the Deed of Trust i m mediately due and payable, including: the p rincipal sum o f $334,761.59 together with interest thereon at the rate of 2 % per annum, from 1/1/2012 until paid, plus all accrued late charges, and al l t r ustee's fees, f o r eclosure costs, and any sums a dvanced by t h e beneficiary pursuant to the terms and c onditions of t h e D eed o f Trus t W hereof, no t i ce hereby is given that the un d ersigned t rustee, CLE A R RECON C O R P., whose address is 621 SW M orrison Street, Suite 650, Portland, OR 97205, will on 4 / 21/2015, at the hour of 11:00 AM, standard time, as established by ORS 187.110, AT THE BOND STREET ENTRANCE S T E PS T O T H E DES CHUTES COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 1 164 NW B O N D S T., B END, O R 97701, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the interest in the above-described real property which the grantor had or had power to convey at the time it executed the Deed of Trust, together with an y i n terest which the grantor or his successors in

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interest a c q uired after the execution of the Deed of Trust, to satisfy the foregoing o b l igations thereby secured and the costs and ex-

penses of sale, including a r easonable charge by the

t rustee. Notice i s further given that any person named in ORS 86.778 has the right to have the f oreclosure pr o ceeding dismissed and the Deed of Trust reinstated by payment to the beneficiary of the entire amount then due (other than the portion of principal that would not then be due had no default occurred), together w ith t h e cos t s , trustee's and attorneys' fees and curing any o t her default complained of in the Notice of Default by tendering t h e per f ormance required und er the D eed o f Trust at any time not later than five days before the date last set for sale. Witho ut l i miting t h e trustee's disclaimer of r epresentations or warranties, Oregon law requires the trustee to state in this notice that some re s i dential property sold at a trustee's sale may have been used in manufacturing methamphetamines, the chemical components of w hich a re known to b e toxic. P r ospective purchasers of residential pro perty should be aware of this potential danger before deciding to place a bid for this property at the t rustee's sale. I n construing this notice, the masculine gender includes the f eminine and t h e neuter, the singular includes plural, the word "grantor" includes any successor in interest to the grantor as well as any other persons owing an obligation, the performance of which is secured by the Deed of Trust, the words "trustee" and 'beneficiary" include their respective successors in i nterest, i f any . Dated: 1 2 / 5/2014 C LEAR RE C O N CORP 621 SW Morrison Street, Suite 425 Portland, OR 97205 858-750-7600.

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