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the mystery of colony collapse disorder may becloser to being solved.A3

• It could be years 2 before Trinity Episcopalreopens,congregants say By Scott Hammers

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where the egghunts and holiday meals are happening

What remains of the southwest side of Trinity Episcopal Church will be torn down next week, but congregants expect it could be nearly two

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years before services are again held in the building

badly damaged in an apparent arson attack earlier this month. Early on the morning of March 6, Trinity Episcopal

Church, 469 N.W. Wall St., and the adjacent St. Helens Hall caught fire, along with two cars, two garages and a woodpile along a nearby alley. Bend Police believe the firesare related and were

deliberately set. A $20,000 reward isoffered for information leading to the capture and conviction of those responsible. Senior church warden Peter Lovering said the latest estimates put the damage to the church at $1.4 million, and $650,000 to St. Helens Hall, a

former Lutheran church now property of Trinity EpiscopaL Both buildings have been stripped down to the studs inside, Lovering said, due to extensive smoke and water damage. Asbestos found inside both buildings has largely been removed. SeeChurch/A5

DESCHUTES Water fight —A drought in New Mexico hasfarmers pushing for the nuclear option of water rights.A6

At 89, Lloyd Gust, a longtime trail angel for the local section of the Pacific Crest Trail, is packing

GOlf Pl'OS —High school students geta helping hand from some of Central Oregon's experts.C1

it in. Gust, a PCT hiker himself, has helped about 300 through-hikers a year on the stretch of the

Bigger dirdS — Thecruel

replacement. See the story on Page D1.

economics of the chicken wing is putting upward pressure on prices.C6

PCT that extends from south of Crescent to north of Warm Springs. Now he's looking for his own The Deschutes National Forest is doing some recruiting, too — for interpretive rangers.Page B1.

Io national news —eusiness and labor groups are close to an agreement on immigration reform.A2

EDITOR'5CHOICE

Behind N. I(orea's bluster, real risks By Choe Sang-Hun and David E. Sanger New York Times News Service

SEOUL, South Korea — This week, North Korea's young leader, Kim Jong Un, ordered his underlingsto prepare for a missile attack on the United States. He appeared at acommand center in front of a wall map with the bold, unlikely title, "Plans to Attackthe Mainland US." Earlier in the month, his generals boasted of developing a "Korean-style" nuclear warhead that could be fitted atop a long-range missile. But the missile systems that figure in Kim's blitz of threats and orders do not yet have the range to approach U.S. shores. There is no evidence his nuclear weapons can be shrunk to fit atop a missile. And a prominent photograph showing Kim's military making a Normandy-style beach landing appears to have been manufactured, raising questions about whether his forces could possibly repeat the feat his grandfather pulled off in 1950, ordering a ground attack to open the Korean War. On top of all that, most countries on the verge of a major military assault do not broadcast their battle plans to the world. In fact, it is the abilities that Kim is not showing off thathave the Obama administration most worried. The cyberattacks on South Korea's banking system and television broadcasters two weeks ago were surprisingly successfuL SeeNorth Korea/A5

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Lloyd Gust, center, shares a laugh with Pacific Crest Trail hikers Jamie "Spare Change" DeGemmis, of Boston, left, and William "Woody" Wood, of Fresno, Calif., in 2009.

Meet the candidates for county's

top job By Shelby R. King The Bulletin

The six finalist candidates for Deschutes County Administrator are expected in Bend Monday for a public reception. The candidates will each have face-to-face interviews Tuesday with the Board of Commissioners. County commissioners have struggled to fill the position since voting 2-1 to fire former administrator Dave Kanner in 2011. Two rounds of hiring were unsuccessful, leading the commission to hire a Portland-based recruiting firm to conduct a nationwide search for the right candidate. "We are real pleased all six will be coming to interview," said Commissioner Tony DeBone. "We have some very good candidates and this will be an opportunity for each of them to introduce themselves." Four of the six candidates live in Oregon, one lives in Washington and one resides in South Carolina but has ties to the Pacific Northwest. All have several years of experience in various areas of the public sector and would bring different skill sets to the position. Here is some background on each candidate: SeeAdministrator /A5

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What: Public reception for Deschutes

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Bertrand Piccard was flying from Morocco to Spain last year — finishing up another highly successful test of Solar Impulse, the revolutionary airplane he helped design that gets all its power from the sun

— when he made a profoundly disturbing discovery: he was actually flying backwards. At 3,500 pounds, Solar Impulse weighs less than a Hyundai, and its four motors each generate only 10 horsepower, about the same as a motor scooter. Its trim body design makes the plane highly

susceptible to headwinds, which at that moment meant Piccard and his Pterodactylshaped solar array were at 27,000 feet, going in reverse. "That was an interesting experience, quite strange to live," Piccard said this week at the plane's first public appearance, inside Moffett Airfield's

historic Hangar 2. If the winds are at its back, that fate will not befall Solar Impulse when it embarks on its most ambitious journey May 1, setting out across America on an adventure that's not scheduled to finish until early July at New York's JFK Airport. See Plane/A4

County Administrator candidates When:4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Monday, April1 Where:Deschutes Services Building, 1300 NW Wall Street

Women {andmen) face big hurdles inMarines training By James Dao New York Times News Service

QUANTICO, Va.— A group of Marine second lieutenants, all men, stood before the ropes on an obstacle course. They looked exhausted, though the day was far from done. One by one, they took their shots at scaling the line. One by one,

most of them dropped short of the top. They were already three hours behind the frontrunners in their class. Behind them, two more Marines, both women, prepared tostartthe course.One, a former enlisted Marine who was shiveringin the 40-degree breeze, tried repeatedly to sur-

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line. Silently, they shouldered their packs and trudged into the woods,theirchances of becoming the first women to complete the Marine Corps' demanding Infantry Officer Course summarily ended on its arduous first day Thursday. (Twelve of the 108 men also were dropped that day.)

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That closed the latest chapter in the effort to integrate women into Marine Corps ground combat units, a sweep-

ing change ordered by the former secretaryofdefense, Leon Panetta, in January when he lifted a 1994 ban on women serving in direct combat. See Marines/A4

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mount the first bar, but failed. The second, a recent Naval A cademy graduate, did better, meticulously working her way through many of the obstacles. As she was determinedly attempting the ropes, however, a captain walked briskly up to deliver bad news: Neither woman had met a time dead-

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Cheating SCandal —In another embarrassing blow to Atlanta public schools, nearly three dozenformer educators, including the ex-superintendent, were indicted Friday in one of the nation's largest test cheating scandals. Former Superintendent Beverly Hall faced

charges including racketeering, false statements and theft because prosecutors said some of the bonusesshereceived weretied to falsified scores. Hall retired just days before astate probe was released in 2011. Shehaslong denied knowing about the cheating or ordering it. Obama ilI Miami —President Barack ObamaonFriday visited a tunnel project at the major port in Miami to promote anewplan to rebuild the nation's roads, bridges and points of commerce — a

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WASHINGTON The nation's top business and labor groups were near agreement Friday on a guest worker program for l ow-skilled immigrants, closing in on a deal that would eliminate one of the last significant obstacles to a new proposal for a broad overhaul of immigration laws, officials involved in the talks said. The progress in the talks that stalled late last week had members of a bipartisan group of eight senators that has been working on an i m migration bill i n c reasingly o p t imistic that they would be able to introduce comprehensivelegislation in the Senate when Congress returns the second week of April. "We are very close, closer than we've ever been," said Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., a member of a bipartisan Senate group. "We are very optimistic, but there are a few issues remaining." The intense talks and willingness of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the AFL-CIO — two groups that have often found themselves deeply divided over the immigration debate — to try to hammer out an agreement is yet another indicator of how much the climate has changed on overhauling the nation's immigration laws. When President George W. Bush pushed to revamp the nation's immigration laws in

Immigratiell alld famiiieS —The nation's current immigra-

series of measures that White Houseofficials argue could appeal to business-minded Republicans. In a brief visit, Obamasaid hiring

tion policy is breaking up families and not deterring repeat border crossers, according to a University of Arizona study, which called

construction workers for "infrastructure" projects would help lower the nation's high unemployment rate — no industry has been harder

for those factors to beaddressed in anyimmigration reform.

hit than construction — andmakethe country more competitive in

The report, released Thursday, was based on interviews with more than1,100 illegal immigrants deported to Mexico over

the long run. The proposals range from $4 billion to invest in rebuilding roads and bridges to tax breaks designed to attract investors, at

the last six years. It said nearly a quarter of the deportees have

home andabroad, to construction projects.

children in the United States who are citizens, and more than a third see the U.S. as their home. Of those, 70 percent said they

NeVada laWmaker arreSted —Hours after he becamethe first person in Nevadahistory to be kicked out of the state Legislature, an embattled former lawmaker led police on achase on afreeway be-

planned to return, the report said. Researchers conducted hourlong interviews with people all along the U.S. border in Mexico, within a month of their deportation. ManysaidtheywanttocomebacktotheU.S.becausetheyhave

tween Las Vegas and Los Angeles that ended with a violent struggle

with uniformed officers. Steven Brooks wassubduedwith punches and a Taser, arrested at gunpoint and jailed in California's San Bernardino County after police say he attacked a police dog with a

roots here, including children, jobs and homes. That has made family reunification a primary draw for Mexicans re-crossing the

wrench. "I think he feels the world is against him. But I'm just piecing

border, the report concluded, not just the search for work.

together bits of information," said Mitchell Posin, Brooks' attorney.

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2007, the inability of business and laborto agreeon a plan for such temporary guest workers was among the main reasons that effort failed. But now the two groups have weathered leaks to the news media and other setbacks in a sign of how serious both Democrats and Republicans are about getting a bill on President Barack Obama's desk by the end of the year. T he Chamber o f C o m merce and the AFL-CIO, the nation's main federation of labor unions, have been in discussions parallel to those of the Senate group, and have already reached a t entative agreement about the size and scope of a temporary guest worker program, which would grant up to 200,000 new visas annually for low-skilled work-

Brooks' arrest camejust hours after colleagues in the Legislature deemed the Democrat too dangerous andunpredictable to serve his elected term. Lawmakers wept Thursday as they cited concerns about their own safety and evidence collected about an increasingly

ers. The labor-businesstalks came close to breaking down last Friday, on the eve of a twoweek congressional recess, over the issue of what the pay levels should be for low-skilled immigrants — often employed at restaurants, hotels or on construction projects — who could be brought in when employerssaid they faced labor shortages. One of th e l ast s ticking points in the business-labor negotiations has been the specific type of jobs that would be excluded from the program. The nation's construction unions, officials in the talks said, have succeeded in persuading the negotiators to exclude certain types of higher-skilled jobsincluding crane operators and electricians — from the guest worker program.

bizarre series of public incidents. TanZania building COllapSe —A Tanzanian police official says two people havedied after a building under construction collapsed in the country's largest city and economic center. Suleiman Kova, the

police commander in charge of Dar esSalaam, said Friday17 people have beenpulled out of the debris, with three seriously injured. Kova says the building was in the final stages of its construction and it did not have tenants. Most of the people caught up in the collapse of the

12-story building were passing by.

Syria COnfliCt —Syrian anti-government activists reported the rebel seizure of a strategically important town in southern Syria on Friday only a few miles from the Jordanian border, which if confirmed

would represent a newsetback for government forces, who have already cededterritory to the insurgency in the north and east. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an anti-government group in Britain with contacts throughout Syria, said rebel fighters secured

the town, Dael, after more than a day of clashes in which three military checkpoints were destroyed and more than 24 combatants and at least nine civilians were killed.

MaIIIlela IiilleSS —After a second night in a hospital being treated for a recurrent lung infection, former President Nelson Mandela of South Africa was in goodspirits on Friday, enjoying breakfast and

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TART • Discoveries, breakthroughs, trends, namesin the news— the things you needto knowto start out your day

It's Saturday, March 30, the 89th day of 2013. There are 276 days left in the year.

PHENOMENON HAPPENINGS B00llltj — The company

performs a test flight for the certification of its revamped 787 battery system.

HISTORY Highlight: In1981, President

Ronald Reaganescapedan attempt on his life outside a

Washington D.C.hotel, where he was shot andseriously wounded by John W. Hinckley

Jr. Also woundedwere White House press secretary James Brady, Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy, and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty. In1135, the Jewish philoso-

pher Maimonides wasborn in Cordoba in present-day Spain. In1822, Florida becamea United States territory. In1867, U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward

reached agreement with Russia to purchase the territory of Alaska for $7.2 million. In 1870, the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which

prohibited denying citizens the right to vote and hold office on

the basis of race, wasdeclared in effect by Secretary of State Hamilton Fish. Texas was readmitted to the Union. In1909, the Queensboro Bridge, linking the New York City boroughs of Manhattan

and Queens,opened. In1923, the Cunard liner RMS

Laconia becamethe first passenger ship to circle the globe as it arrived in New York. In1945, the Soviet Union invaded Austria during World War II. In1959, a narrowly divided

U.S. SupremeCourt, in Bartkus v. Illinois, ruled that a conviction in state court following

an acquittal in federal court for the same crime did not constitute double jeopardy. In1963, singer Lesley Gore, age16, recorded her hit "It's

My Party" for Mercury Re-

cords in New York. In 1972, North Vietnamese forces launched their three-

pronged Easter Offensive against South Vietnam; the fighting lasted until the follow-

ing October. In1986, actor JamesCagney died at his farm in Stanfordville, N.Y., at age 86. In 2002, Britain's Queen Mother Elizabeth died at Royal

Lodge, Windsor, outside London; she was101 years old. Ten years ago: A Palestinian suicide bomber wounded some 30peopleoutsidea packed cafe in northern Israel, an attack the Islamic Jihad called "Palestine's gift to the

heroic people of lraq." Five yearsago: The Army said the remains of Sgt. Matt Maupin, captured in Iraq in 2004,

had been foundand identified. Chinese spectators cheered as Greecehandedoff the Olympic flame for its journey to Beijing and relay through 20 countries; but protesters

brandishing Tibetan flags stole the limelight.

One year ago: President Barack Obamasaid he was plowing aheadwith potential sanctions against countries that kept buying oil from

Iran, including allies of the United States, in a deepening

campaign to starve Iran of money for its disputed nuclear program.

BIRTHDAYS

It's not certain what is causing the ailment — known as colony collapse disorder — but beekeepers and some researchers say a new class of powerful pesticides that are incorporated into the plants themselves could be an important factor. By Michael Wines

that the products are safe and are not contributing in any s BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — A measurable way to pollinator mysterious malady that has health concerns," the presi'r.' been killing h oneybees en dent of CropLife America, Jay .A masse for several years apVroom, said Wednesday. The pears to have expanded drasgroup represents more than t c:h tically in the last year, com90 pesticide producers. ;.'\ mercialbeekeepers say, wipHe said the group nevering out 40 percent or even 50 theless s upported f u r t h er percentof the hives needed to research. pollinate many of the nation's A coalition of beekeepers fruits and vegetables. and environmental and conA conclusive explanation sumer groups sued the EPA so far has escaped scientists last week, saying it exceeded studying the ailment, colony its authority b y c o n ditioncollapse disorder, since it first ally approving some neonicsurfaced around 2005. But beeotinoids. The agency has bekeepers and some researchers gun an acceleratedreview of l say there is growing evidence their effect on bees and other 1r that a powerful new class of wildlife. pesticides known as neonicNeonicotinoids are hardly / otinoids, incorporated into the the beekeepers' only concern. * plants themselves, could be an Herbicide use has grown as 4p',' important factor. farmers have adopted crop The pesticide industry disvarieties, from corn to sunputes that. But its representaPhotos by Jim Wilson /The New YorkTimes flowers, that are genetically tives also say they are open to A mysterious bee ailment appears to have expended drastically in the last year, wiping out as many as modified to survive spraying further studies to clarify what, half of the hives, such as these from Big Sky Honey in Bakersfield, Calif., needed to pollinate much of with weed killers. Experts say if anything, is happening. America's produce. some fungicides have been "They looked so h ealthy laced with r e gulators that last spring," said Bill Dahle, keep insects from maturing, 50, who owns Big Sky Honey full — to work the California feed on it. dangerous. a problem some beekeepers "Soybean fields or canola have reported. in Fairview, Mont. "We were a lmond groves. But by t h e Older pesticides could kill so proud of them. Then, about start of pollination last month, bees and other beneficial infields o r s u n f lower f i elds, Eric Mussen, an apiculturist the first of September, they o nly 3 ,000 h e althy h i v es sects. But while they quickly they all have this systemic in- at the University of Califorstarted to fall on their face, to remained. degraded — often in a matsecticide," Adee said. "If you nia, Davis, said analysts had die like crazy. We've been doAnnual bee losses of 5-10 ter of days — neonicotinoids have one shot of whiskey on documented about 150 chemiing this 30 years, and we've percent once were the norm persist for weeks and even Thanksgiving and one on the cal residues in pollen and wax never experienced this kind of for beekeepers.But after colo- months. Beekeepers worry Fourth of July, it's not going gatheredfrom beehives. "Where do you start?" he loss before." ny collapsedisorder surfaced that bees carry a summer's to make any difference. But if In a show of concern, the around 2005, the losses ap- worth of contaminated polyou have whiskey every night, asked. "When you have all Environmental Pro t e ction proached one-third of all bees len to hives, where ensuing 365 days a year, your liver's these chemicals at a sublethal Agency recently sent its act- despitebeekeepers'bestefforts generations dine on a steady gone. It's the same thing." level, how do they react with ing assistant administrator for to ensure the insects' health. dose of pesticide that, eaten Research to date on neonic- e ach other'? What ar e t h e chemical safety and two top Nor is the effect limited to once or twice, might not be otinoids "supports the notion consequences?" chemical experts here, to the beekeepers. The Agriculture San Joaquin Valley of Califor- Department says a q u arter nia, for discussions. of the U.S. diet, from apples In the valley, where 1.6 mil- to cherries to watermelons to lion hives of bees just finished onions, depends on pollinapollinating an endless expanse tion by honeybees. Fewer bees of almond groves, commercial means smallerharvests and beekeepers who only recently higher food prices. were losing a third of their Bee shortages pushed the bees to the disorder say the costto farmers of renting bees past yearbrought far greater to $200 per hive at times, 20 losses. percent above normal. That, The U.S. Agriculture De- too, might translate into highpartment is to issue its own er food prices. assessment in May. But in an interview, the research leader Search for a cause at its Beltsville, Md., bee rePrecisely why l ast year's search laboratory, Jeff Pettis, deathswere so greatisunclear. said he was confident that the Some blame drought in the death rate would be "much Midwest, although Dahle lost higher than it's ever been." nearly 80percent of his bees despite excellent summer conA heavy blow ditions. Others cite bee mites Following a n o w -familiar that have become increasingly pattern, bee deaths rose swift- resistant to p esticides. Still ly in autumn and dwindled as othersblame viruses. operators moved colonies to But many beekeepers susfaraway farms for the pollina- pect the biggest culprit is the tion season. growing soup of pesticides, Beekeepers say the latest fungicides and herbicides used string of deaths has dealt them to control pests. a heavy blow. While each substance has Bret Adee, who is an owner, been certif ied, there has been with his father and brother, of less study of their combined Adee Honey Farms of South effects. Nor, many critics say, Dakota, the nation's largest have scientists s u fficiently beekeeper, described mount- studied the effect of neonicing losses. otinoids, the nicotine-derived "We lost 42 percent over pesticide that European regui TWO< D the winter. But by the time lators implicate in bee deaths. we came around to pollinate T he explosive growth o f almonds, it was a 55 percent neonicotinoids since 2005 has loss," he said in an interview roughly tracked rising b ee I' s • I ' s • here this week. deaths. "They looked beautiful in Neonics, as f armers call October," Adee said, "and in them, are applied in smaller December, they started falling doses than older pesticides. apart, when it got cold." 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When lawmakers unveiled the carefully named JOBS Act a year ago, backers expected it to get caught up in the typical grind of Capitol Hill: vigorous debate followed by a long wait for a vote that might never happen. Instead, th e l e g i slation sailed through — p erhaps too fast. Even supporters say they expected more time to w ork out the kinks in t h e Jumpstart O u r Bus i ness Startups Act, which aimed to help small, private firms raise money and grow s o t h ey could hire more workers. Now, nearly a year after its enactment, major p o rtions of the act are in limbo, and other parts have failed to measure up to the grandiose job-creation promises. The act underscores how difficult it can be for Washington to spur job creation, even when there's strong bipartisan consensus around a plan. P resident Barack Obama hailed it in a Rose Garden ceremony as "exactly the kind of bipartisan action needed" to help the economy. Republicans claimed it as their own. The measure came together months before last year's election, making it politically difficult to resist a proposal that promised to

lence, and she said, 'We don't do that up here. It would take too long,' " Turner said. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., who voted against the measure, put it more bluntly: "We saw bipartisan support for a concept that had a lot of political appeal because of its title.... It's just a relaxation of traditional investor safeguards." A senior a dministration official said it is unfair to portray the legislation as a rush job. For months before the JOBS Act was introduced, C ongress worked o n t h e measure. The White House w eighed in w i t h i t s o w n framework for th e l egislation, including the investor safeguards needed, said the official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the issue. Congress adopted some of the protections, ignored others and added provisions that were not priorities for the administration. "But all along, we continued to urge the Senate to improve on the legislation," the yield jobs. official said. "It was a short-lived, politiObama continued to press cal fad," said Simon Johnson, for improvements at the Rose a professor of entrepreneur- Garden signing ceremony, ship at th e M a ssachusetts when he highlighted the key Institute o f Tec h n ology. role regulators would play "There was t his combina- in writing the rules needed tion of wanting to look busy to implement controversial and wanting to create jobs, parts of th e m easure and and skeptics like me never build in investor protections. "That was the balance the thought it would do anything good. president struck in signing the bilL"

Uncoordinated ideas

The measure is a grab bag of ideas cobbled together for greater impact. It allows private firms to raise money by advertising to t h e g eneral public for the first time in decades, raise up to $1 million in capital from investors via the Internet, and temporarily skirt some of the federal disclosureand accounting rules when they go public. The legislation was built on the premise that regulation constrains the growth of small businesses and their potential for explosive job growth — an assertion that has been hotly debated by economistsfordecades. But with u n employment high and an election looming, lawmakershastilyintroduced the JOBS Act in December 2011, and it got a thumbs up from the president. The measure passed the House with an overwhelming majority three months later. Many who were tracking the bill, including it s supporters, expected more scrutiny in the Senate. But it whizzed through that chamber, too, in part because Democrats who were skeptical about the measure were reluctant to break ranks with Obama. "Once the White House endorsed the measure, it was a speeding train coming t hrough t h e S e nate," said a Senate staff member who was not authorized to speak publicly on the issue and whose boss supported the JOBS Act. "It gained momentum very quickly after that even though some of usfelt there was room for improvement."

Risky new laws O bama signed th e b i l l April 5, four months after its introduction — record speed by Washington standards. The result, critics say, are laws fraught with risks to the investing public. A group of investor advocates,shocked by the swift action, went to Capital Hill to follow up, said Lynn Turner, a former chief accountant at the Securities and Exchange

C ommission (SEC) w h o took part in t h e meetings. The group asked one senior Senate staff member how lawmakers would track the number of jobs created by the measure. "There was a moment of si-

From private to public A central feature of t he JOBS Act makes it easier for private firms to go public. That portion of the measure, which took effect immediately, grew out of a March 2011 forum at the Treasury Department. Kate Mitchell, a Democrat and a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, spearheaded a discussion about reviving the market for initial public offerings of stock, or IPOs. Eager to come up with a plan, she recruited investment bankers, entrepreneurs, lawyers, academics and other venture capitalists to form the IPO Task Force. The task force successfully l obbied to t emporarily r emove certain regulatory barriers for "emerging growth companies," defined as those with less than $1 billion in revenue. Those firms can now give regulators less financial data before they go public and fewer details about executive compensation. They can also delay an audit of their i nternal controls that w a s mandated for all companies after the Enron accounting scandal. The m ost c o n troversial element allows investment banks that take a firm public to also publish research about the firm, removing a firewall that was put in place after the dot-com bust, when it became clear that banks

measure has had lackluster results. Firms can pick and choose which of the relaxed rules to embrace. Many companies are adopting some of the less c ontroversial o ptions a n d steering clear ofothers for fear they will be shunned by investors.

A misdiagnosis? Meanwhile, the number of IPOs has not taken off, and enthusiasm for the act has waned. Only 29 percent of investment bankers say it has helped boost the number of IPOs, down from 55 percent last summer, according to a December survey by consulting firm BDO. Forty-two percent said they saw no positive effect. Critics say the JOBS Act misdiagnosedthe root causes of the IPO drought. They say the most promising companies have no problem raising money privately, and many of them don't want

to go public. Besides, investor appetite isn't there for smaller firms that do, said Jay Ritter, a finance professor at the University o f F l o r ida. S mall firms with less than $50 million in annual sales have generated dismally low returns in the three years after their IPOs, he said, and that has held true for the past three decades. "For every successful company, there have been too many failures," Ritter said. Although critics continue to blast those provisions, the most controversial portions of the act are not in place yet. Among them is one that allows fledgling firms to raise small sums from a large number of people on the Internet. Artists and charity groups have long used this "crowd funding" method, but it has never been used to offer an ownership interest, or stake, in a company. Investor advocates fear that crowd funding will emerge into a platform for f r auds making bogus appeals to unsophisticated investors. A group of state securities regulators said it tried to mitigate the p otentially d i sastrous consequences by urging the White House to allow state regulators, who are closest to businesses,to oversee crowd funding. But th e W h i t e H o u se "wouldn'thear of it," said Heath Abshure, head of the North American Securities Administrators Association. "Crowd funding was already part of the president's platform to help small businesses by then."

Reduced regulation

Investor advocates also lost their bid to strip a provision that allows private firms to solicit the public without regulatory oversight for the first time since the 1930s. Hedge funds, for example, will be able to advertise via ewere promising to hype a mail, billboards or Facebook. firm'sstock through research Before, they could only solicit to secure the lucrative under- sophisticated investors, who writing business. could presumably withstand Companies can only take p otential losses. Now t h e advantage of t h e r e l axed firms will be left to determine rules for up t o f ive years, whether an investor meets which appealed to Demo- net-worth and income criteria. c rats, M itchell s a id. T h e For years, the SEC has deregulatory bent p l eased considered allowing this type Republicans. of crowd funding and lift"There was nothing radi- ing the advertising ban. But cal about the relief granted," it grappled with how to do it Mitchell said. All the changes while balancing investor prohad a basis in existing prac- tections with the desire for tices, she said. For example, businesses to raise money. very small firms have been The agency must act but is allowed to file scaled-back struggling with the details. versions of financial docuO n Capitol H i l l , s i g n s ments for years. o f b u y er s r e m orse a r e Even the staunchest crit- emerging. ics say it's too early to tell When the advisory board whetherthese provisions are to the Democratic leadership working,especially because in the Senate released a list of it typically takes more than the jobs-boosting measures a year to prepare for an IPO. enacted by the Senate in the But they also acknowledge past five years, the JOBS Act the initial signs suggest the was not among them.

Continued from A1 That's not far from Roosevelt Field on L on g I sland where C h arles L i n dbergh took off in 1927 on aviation's first trans-Atlantic solo flight. "This airplane could do it nonstop," said co-pilot and project CEO Andre Borschberg, "but because the pilot is not as sustainable as the technology, we have limited ourselves to 24hour flight duration." The plane isn't really that slow — stops that could last 10 days are planned in four cities along the way — but even with the ability to fly day and night using only the sun's power, it's no speed demon. With the wind at its back, the plane cruises at 35 mph, about half the speed of the airship Hindenburg. If all goes well during its first big endurance test, Solar Impulse will attempt to circumnavigate the globe in 2015. That trip will require at least one nonstop stint of five days and extremely nervous nights over the Pacific. The cockpit can only accommodate one pilot at a time, so Borschberg said he will use meditation and Piccard will h y pnotize himself while the plane flies on auto-pilot. The plane looks like something you m ight i nstall on your roof, although if all goes well during test flights over the San Francisco Bay Area that begin next week, it won't actually end up there. It's basically a giant wing with a glider's fuselage and a Port-A-Potty a ttached. That's where t h e project's Swiss big cheeses, Piccardand Borschberg, sit in chilly solitude. From wingtip to w i n gtip, Solar Impulse has a girth wider than a jumbo jetliner, and yet everything else about it is meant to be lean and mean. It draws all its power from 12,000

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The Solar Impulse — the world's first solar-powered airplane that can fly day and night without fuel — will embark across America to make a first-of-its-kind cross-country journey, before attempting to fly around the world in 2015. solar cells, each the thickness of a human hair, with the energy stored in a lithium polymer battery nearly identical to the one that powers the Tesla Model S. At Thursday's public rollout, an introductory video stalled briefly — one of the perils the plane confronts during flight — and when it resumed, Piccard's voice was sped up as if he had inhaled helium. A balloonist who circled the planet in 1999, Piccard is a natural born adventurer, following a path similar to his grandfather Auguste, a renowned balloonist, and father Jacques, who in 1960 became the first to explore the Mariana Trench in a submarine. "When I was a child, I was reading books about exploration, about aviation, about the conquest of space," he said. His family moved to the U.S. because of his father's work in 1968, a year before Apollo 11 landed on the moon, propelling Bertrand into suborbital flights of fancy. "Then I saw that the reality was much better than the dream." Even in the darkened hangar, the sun always seemed to be shining on Solar Impulse, with one speaker after another

extolling its promise. But the technology has a roused at least modest skepticism. "This is something to capture the imagination of kids, of innovators," said Ben Lenail, director of business development a t A lt a D evices, a Sunnyvale company that manufactures thin solar cells with a far more practical application — powering drones already used by the military. "You have to have everything go right. It's a beautiful dream, but in terms of practical application, I think we're still about 15 years away." Piccard was asked at one point if Solar Impulse — which is already being redesigned for the trip around the world in two years — is the airplane of the future. "It would be crazy to answer yes, and stupid to answer no. Because today, we cannot imagine having a solar-powered airplane with 200 passengers. But in 1903," he said, referring to the Wright Brothers' first flight, "it was exactly the same. And when Charles Lindbergh c rossed the Atlantic, he wa s a lone on board, in an airplane full of gasoline. We don't know what's going to happen in the future. But we have to start."

Marines

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Young'sslur highlights GOP's imageproblem By Aaron Blake and Juliet Eilperin

homosexuality as "filthy." GOP leaders, who have nevThe Washington Post er had much regard or use for For Republicans seeking to the longtime and oft-embatcast off the image of the par- tled congressman from Alasty as intolerant of opposing ka, were quick to denounce views and lifestyles, it's been both him and the RNC como ne step forward and t w o mitteeman, Dave Agema. "The words used by Repsteps back of late. Less than two weeks af- resentative Young emphatiter the Republican National cally do no t r e present the Committee unveiled its 2012 beliefs o f t h e R e p ublican election autopsy, and put an Party," assured RNC Chairemphasis on broadening the man Reince Priebus, who last party's tent, Rep. Don Young, week launched the GOP efR-Alaska, used an ethnic slur fort to reach out to minority for Latinos in a radio inter- communities. view Thursday. Young's comThe problem forPriebus is, ments served as th e l atest even if you grant that Young's wake-up call for Republicans and Agema's views are not in their nascent effort to woo representativeof the broader a more diversecross-section GOP, they a r e h i g h-rankof America. ing officials in the party who The message: Whateveref- were elected to their positions. fort they make toward mod- (Young has won 21 consecuernizing their b r and, there tive elections for his at-large will always be a few Archie House seat.) Bunkers out there — people, And under the new media like the lead character in the paradigm — when an isolated 70's sitcom "All in the Family," incident explodes on c able who are unconcerned with or news and t h r ough o n l i ne unwilling to moderate their social networks — these retone. And these days more marks can quickly dominate than in the past, their offhand the day's political discourse. remarks can derail the most Some Republicans argue c arefully o r c hestrated P R that there is a d ouble-stancampaign. dard at work, in w h ich the Young, 79, set off a fresh media focus on o u tlandish round of recriminations and things that Republicans say h and-wringing a m ong R e - and ignore similar rants by publican leaders while talk- Democrats. "There is always a market ing about the people his father employed on hi s California in the media for the craziest ranch years ago. thing a Republican said to"We used to hire 50 or 60 day," said GOP consultant Ed wetbacks and — to pick toma- Rogers. "There is nothing the toes," Young said in the inter- left likes better than to find view with KRBD. "You know, some off-the-wall statement it takes two people to pick the by a Republican and then use same tomatoes now. It's all it to tar the Party as a whole. done by machine." ... That is why Republicans Even a s s e veral s e nior have to be extra careful." Republicans decried the reThe fact is that the GOP marks and called for a more has much more to prove (and thorough apology, some GOP m uch more r oo m f o r i m advisers said t h e i n c ident provement) when it comes to would reinforce how voters minority outreach. And you don't have to look too far into view their party. GOP consultant John Weav- the past to find instances of er said the comment "hurts prominent Republicans takus," even though he described ing pretty hard-line and ofYoung as "a dinosaur on the ten bluntly stated positions bridge of p o litical i nsanity against the issues which gay and irrelevance." people and Latinos care about Before Young casually re- most — same-sex marriage ferred to Latino ranch-work- and a path to citizenship for ilers as "wetbacks," an RNC legal immigrants. official from M i chigan this That recent history isn't goweek engaged in a more delib- ing to be forgotten any time erate effort to argue that being soon, which places a much gay is an unhealthy lifestyle greater onus on the party to — posting an article to his watch what it says and how it Facebook page that labeled says it.

North Korea

In the propaganda world the three generations of the Kim Continued from A1 dynasty has created, Kim is Also successful was the tor- "a great iron-willed general pedo attack three years ago admired by all of his people, this week on the Cheonan, a including real generals who naval corvette, that killed 46 h ave actually served in t he South Korean sailors. The military," said Lee Sung-yoon, North ha s n ever a cknowl- North Korea specialist at the edged involvement in either Fletcher School of Law and — though the South believes Diplomacy at Tufts University. it was responsible for both and "For the Kim I II, fantasy is so do U.S. experts. reality." "We're c onvinced this i s Keeping the fantasy up has a bout Ki m s o l idifying h i s required a lot of work in the place with hi s ow n p eople past month, with many visits and his own military, who still to military units on both of the don't know him," one senior country's coasts, and a lot of administration of ficial s a id conferences at midnight with Friday. He added: "We're wor- generals. ried about what he's going to Yet in each of these scenes, do next, but we're not worried North Korea's propagandists about what he seems to be sometimes made Kim look as threatening to do next." much a clumsy actor as a new According to the view that leader of one of the world's North Korea's propaganda ma- most belligerent governments. "We're all trying to put him chine pounds into its citizens' minds, the North is a tiny na- on the couch," said Jonathan tion besieged by hostile outside Pollack,a North Korea expert forces,one that survived de- at the Brookings Institution. "A spite decades of sanctions and year ago the U.S. and the Chican finally stand up to both its nese saw at least the possibilU.S. foe and its longtime Chi- ity that you could do business nese ally — all thanks to the with him. But he has steadily strong "military-first" leader- reverted to f orm," adopting ship of the Kim family and the the approach of his father and country's nuclear arsenal. grandfather in using the perIn such a setting, Kim's trip ception of an external threat to to a border island on a wooden solidify support at home. boat — it almost seemed deToday those t hreats are signedto create a"Washington South Korea and "the Americrossing the Delaware" motif cans and their puppets," a — is proof of his "daring and statement from the North said. pluck," as the country's main The two Koreas "were back to party newspaper Rodong ex- a state of war," it said, and the plained. Rodong also declared North's foes "should know that about North Korea's nuclear everything is different under weapons: "Let the American our peerless general and dear imperialists and their follow- Marshal Kim Jong Un." ers know! We are not a pushWhile many fear that Kim's over like Iraq or Libya." The rhetoric is building up toward first, famously, had no nuclear some action, Pollack held out weapons;the second gave up the hope that the threats could its nascent nuclear program in abate as United States and late 2003, a move North Korea South Korean military exercisdescribes as Moammar Gad- es, which infuriate the North, hafi's greatest mistake. wind up at the end of April.

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Church Continued from A1 Although St. Helens Hall is less visibly damaged from the outside, because the fire apparently began in the large sanctuary area, the smoke and water damage is widespread, Lovering said. While no portion of the Trinity Episcopal Church building is completely undamaged, Lovering said the damage seems to have been slightly minimized due to the separation between different rooms. Along with demolishing the most severely damaged portion of the church, a historic structure, crews will l i kely be replacing the entire roof of St. Helens Hall. Construction could begin on the roof replacement project w ithin three weeks, Lovering said, and be complete by July 1. Completing t h e r e p airs at St. Helens Hall would allow church members to use the building for their regular church s ervices. S ervices were held at the First United Methodist Church on Bond Street on the Sunday after the fires; since then, worship has moved to St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, the historic red brick church at the corner

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Justin Robertson of Bend, an employee of Belfor Environmental, dumps old flooring wood into the dumpster while working with a crew on Trinity Episcopal Church in Bend on Thursday. of Franklin Avenue and Lava Road. "The Catholic Church has been very w elcoming and wonderfulfor us to use, we really appreciate it," Lovering said. C onstruction a t Tr i n i t y Episcopal Church is unlikely to begin until June, Lovering said, and is projected to take 18 months to finish. Because the building is on the National Registry of Historic Places and within the

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He vice president of the Internaexperience would help him as resigned from tional City/County M anagecounty administrator. his post as city Bo u rey ment Association. "Both positions are com- manager "About three weeks ago I was of plicated in that there is a lot Greenville, S.C., in 2010 after down that way and I'm really of responsibility and severe serving for six years. Bourey excited with the quality of planconsequences when incorrect s aid hi s r e signation w a s ning ... in Redmond," he said. decisionsare made," he said. forced because the City Coun- "We looked (at) Bend, La Pine "My hope is that I can take cil did not want to work with and Sunriver and I'm really imthe knowledge I've gained in him anymore. pressed with what I saw." "Five of the seven council the last five months and move forward." members who w ere there Richard Mays Prior to coming to Des- when I began were no longer Mays has 32 years of expechutes County 15 years ago, there when I left," he said. "I rience as a city manager. He's Anderson worked in com- feelgood about my accombeen manager of munity planning and devel- plishments; I'm friends will all Cannon Beach opment inthe Long Beach, the council members and am for the last seven Calif., area for 12 years. still active in the community." years, spent 10 He said his time as interim He said several business years as m a nadministrator has shown him owners came forward follow- ager of Jefferson the scope of what the position ing his resignation to show City, Missouri s Ma y s entails. their support. state capital, and "As county administrator "In the first six months af- managed Collinsville, Ill. for it would be my job to deter- ter I left the city a day didn't three years. "Cannon Beach is unique in mine how the vision of the pass that someone didn't say commissioners tr a n slates thank you for your work," he that it has a significant number into a workable action plan said. of tourists," he said. "As a result, for the county," he said. "It Bourey has worked forboth we have to build an infrastructakes communication and cities and counties in several ture that can accommodate a motivation to bring all staff states and said he feels his ex- changing population." in the various departments perience qualifies him for the Mays said his reasons for aptogether to see that same position. plying to be Deschutes County "The county administrator administrator are both personvision." needs to work with the county al and professional. Gary Barth "Personally, my wife and I board to help fill out their misBarth is director of busi- sion and vision," he said. "I have both always loved Central ness andcommunity services have a deep understanding of Oregon," he said. "Professionfor Clackamas how county and city adminis- ally it would be a good step up County. Prior tration work." in my career." to taking that Though Mays lacks experiRobert Jean position, Barth ence working for county govspent 30 years Jean retired three years ernment, he said the breadth in the commerago from his 15-year job as and depth ofhis experience in cial banking in- Ba r th city m a nager city governments qualify him dustry. He said of U n i versity for the position. "I've made significant transithat while working for the pri- Place, Wash. He vatesectorhe volunteered for was asked to several public entities, includ- serve as interim ing overseeing the Clackamas county managCounty Fair and managing er for San Juan J e a n the county park system County, Wash., & HEARING AID CUNIC "I found that I was spend- where he's been ever since. www.central oregonaudiology,com ing all my nonwork time in Jean said he said he'd like Bend • Redmond • P-ville • Burns the public sector," he said. "I to live somewhere bigger than 541.647.2884 realized that's really where San Juan County, but not too my passion is." big. " Bend has been in o u r Barth transitioned from banking to community devel- sights for years," he said. moaaa. FAST Olt CHANGES8 MO//E opment about six years ago "There were times when city and said the county adminis- manager or county administrator who hired him valued trator positions would open his private-sector experience up but it was never the right greatly. time for me." "I have a lot of experience Jean said being selected as managing large budgets; I'm Deschutes County adminisvery outcome-oriented,"he said. "I bring with me a private-sector mentality of how can we do more with less." Barth said he and his wife have a "strong affection" for the Bend area and, if hired, would explore ways to diversify the local economy.

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tions throughout my career," he said. "I'm used to working with governments and believe I'm a good candidate for the job." Mays said he's researched Deschutes County during the hiring process and is becoming familiar with the unique issues of the area.

Steve Wheeler Wheeler recently resigned from his position as Clackamas County administrator after holding the position f or more t h an six years. Prior to taking the top position, Wheel- Wh e eler er was deputy county administrator for three years. He was also Tualatin city manager. "It's no secret it's been a difficult time i n C l ackamas County," he said. "I'm looking forward to the stability and cohesion in Deschutes County." Wheeler said h i s r e s ignation was more of a " m utual separation a greement" between the county commissioners a nd hi ms e lf. "There is only one commissioner left who was there when I was hired," he said. "We decided it would be a better fit if we all made a fresh start." He said he's interested in t he Deschutes County a d ministrator job because of the potential he sees in the area. "I see myself fitting in well in the area,' he said. "I would expect, if I took the job, I'd be there long-term. I can't see myself having any interest in leaving." Wheeler said having experience as both a manager of a smaller city and an administrator of a larger county makes him feel he's qualified for the position. — Reporter: 541-383-0376, sking@bendbulletin.com

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CARLSBAD, N.M.— Just after the local water board announced this month that its farmers would get only one-tenth of their normal water allotment this year, Ronnie Walterscheid, 53, stood up and called on his elected representatives to declare a water war on their upstream neighbors. "It's always been about us reflects the political impact of giving up," Walterscheid said, t h e droughts that are becomto nods. " I say we push back i n g t h e new n ormal i n t h e hard right now." West. "A call on the river is a call The drought-fueled anger of southeastern New Mexico's f o r a s h a k eout," explained farmers and ranchers is boil- D a n iel McCool, a University ing, and there is nowhere near o f U tah political scientist and enough water in the desiccat- a u t hor of "River Republic: The edPecosRivertocoolitdown. F a l l a n d R ise of A m erica's Roswell, about 75 Rivers." "It's not going to miles to the north, has som e w hat /t S npt be farmers versus more water avail- g p jn g tp Qe environmentalists

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Brantley Dam tender Bill Berry stands at the edge of the Pecos River outside Carlsbad, N.M. With the river desiccated, some in southeastern New Mexico are trying to force the state to distribute water in a way that would allow most farmers to benefit over big industries. said Aron Balok, the district's manager. Nonetheless, the bounty of the Roswell-Artesia aquifer, which has produced a robust economy, including abundant dairies, an oil refinery and the West's biggest mozzarella plant, gives rise to "just plain jealousy" in Carlsbad, he said. "If the priority call were executed today," Balok said, "the refinery would shut down. The cheese plant would shut down. The dairies would shut down. To what end'? It wouldn't make water appear." The agreement made to settle the dispute with Texas was supposed to stop such brinkmanship. But, he said, "Nobody ever foresaw it being this dry for this long." How dry is it'? In 2012, parts of theriverbed were dry for 77 days, said Mike Hamman, the area manager forthe federal Bureau of Reclamation in Albuquerque. In 2011, with the drought sending feed prices up, the Clovis Livestock auction house, the region's biggest, sold 144,000 head of cat-

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quo," he said "we may have to d o s o mething d i f ferent — reallocate the system, or make adjustments to existing settlements." The climate and the economy on which existing compacts were based may have f undamentally changed. I n the West, "the I percent of the economy that is farming takes close to 80 percent of the water," McCool said. The Pecos feud, he said, is a prelude to wars on rivers like the Colorado, which provides water to more than 20 million people. A recentfederal study showed that the Colorado will not have enough water to satisfy existing claims. In a shakeout, farmers cannot prevail, McCool argued. "Let's see, we could dry up some hay farms or we could dry up Las Vegas. Which one is it going to be? It's going to be the new economy of the West with the focus on recreation and tourism and hunting." " There w il l b e fa r m i ng ghost towns," he said.

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Bend is poised to break ground in April on a Q9 million upgrade of its wastewater treatment plant, which will allow the city to keep up with future development and population growth. "The existing water reclamation facility was brought online in 1980, and it's well past its design life," assistant city engineer Jeff England told the City Council March 20. Existing sewer rates are adequate for the city to repay the low-interest loans from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality that financed the project, England said. The existing plant is already at capacity. It can treat up to 6 million gallons of wastewater per day, and 5.5 million to 6 million gallons of wastewater flow to the plant each day, according to the city. If construction rebounded quickly, the city would be in trouble because

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"The existing water reclamation facility was brought online in 1980, and it's we/I past its

design life." — Jeff England, assistant city engineer city officials allowed so many lots to be platted for development during the boom years. The city anticipates that if all of the platted lots were developed, the total daily wastewater flow would increase to 8.5 million gallons per day, according to a city presentation to the City Council in December. Expanding the existing plant will not be a quick job. Construction is scheduled to finish in March 2016, according to the city presentation. The city hired CH2M Hill Engineers to design the project and manage construction. Brady Fuller, senior project manager for CH2M Hill Engineers, said the project will increase efficiency in several ways. Workers will retrofit the existing

Locals looking to spend more time at some of Central Oregon's iconic landmarks now have an excuse to do just that while helping others enjoy them, too. The Deschutes National Forest along with Discover Your Northwest is holding a recruitment event April 9 for anyone interested in becoming a volunteer interpretive ranger. The meeting is scheduled from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m at the Deschutes National Forest's Bend-Ft. Rock Ranger District on Deschutes Market Road, Bend. Once volunteersare trained to be interpretive rangers, they have the choice of being stationed at Lava Lands Visitor Center, Lava River Cave or Mount Bachelor, where they will lead interpretive hikes and answer questions from forest visitors. "We're hoping to find volunteers with an interest in the natural history of the area," said Karen Gentry, the education coordinator with the DeschutesForest Conservation Association. "They should be comfortable with talking to large audiences and to all

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wastewater aeration basins with integrated fixed film activated sludge, or IFAS, technology, which makes it easier for microbes that process waste to do their work. This technology will also be installed in a new aeration basin. "That is really the heart of the secondary treatment process," Fuller said of IFAS. "It allowed the city to defer construction of an additional (secondary) clarifier by about 10 years." Wastewater goes through many processes at the plant. Water enters the treatment facility at the headworks, where screens catch large materials such as plastics. From there, water moves into the primary clarifiers where sludge settles to the

bottom and is removed from the tanks, Fuller said. The city puts the sludge into digesters, and the water goes into aeration basins. Air pumped into these basins helps bacteria to grow, and these "bugs" eat waste that is still in the water and convert ammonia to nitrogen gas, Fuller said. Wastewater then travels into secondary clarifiers, where the bacteria settle down from the water and are removed. "The water that flows out of that secondary clarifier is very clean," Fuller said. Finally, the water is placed in a tank where it is treated with chlorine. As part of the facility retrofit, contractors will install equipment to treat the wastewater with ultraviolet light instead of chlorine. The city sends some of this water to Pronghorn Club and Resort, the remainder goes into ponds near the water reclamation facility. — Reporter:541-617-7829, hborrudCmbendbulletin.com

Volunteers will work from May to September if they choose to volunteer at Newberry National Monument, or from July to September if they select Mount Bachelor. Volunteers should be willing to commit to at least one day a week. After the initial recruitment meeting, volunteers will be trained in a three-day event where they shadow other rangers and take an exam. Gentry says many of the interpretive rangers return each summer, some having volunteered with the forest for more than 10 years. Aside from interpretive ranger positions, education internships will be offered at the recruitment event. Education interns will work with DeschutesForest Conservation Association staff to develop outreach to local schools and to help align interpretive programs with state education curriculum. Interns should be willing to volunteer between eight and 12 hours a week. Gentry says the organization is looking for people with an interest in teaching or a background in teaching to fill the volunteer-based education internships. "We havelotsofdiverse volunteer opportunities for people passionate about the outdoors," Gentry said. For more information about the volunteer recruitment event, call 541-233-6110. — Reporter: 541-383-0354, mhehoe@bendbulletin.com

Egg hunts and more on offer for Easter weekend

• Community events: Email event information to communityllfe©bend bulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" at www .bendbulletin.com. Allow at least10 days before the desired date of publication. Details: Thecalendar appears inside this section. contact: 541-383-0351

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marriages, partnerships, anniversaries: Details: The Milestones page publishesSundayin Community Life. Contact: 541-383-0358

TODAY EASTEREGGHUNT: Children hunt for eggs; donations benefit Oasis Soup Kitchen; donations of nonperishable food accepted; 10 a.m.; Powell Butte Community Charter School, 13650 S.W. State Highway126; 541-788-4415. EASTEREGGHUNT: Children ages12 and younger hunt for eggs; free; 10 a.m.; Neighborhood Center, 2640 N.E. Jones Road, Bend; 541-316-8337. EASTEREGGHUNT: With a barbecue, children's activities and more; preceded by egg bag decorating; free, fee for barbecue; 1 p.m.; C.E. Lovejoy's Brookswood Market, 19530 Amber Meadow Drive, Bend; 541-388-1188 or www. celovejoys.com. UNDERWATER EASTEREGG HUNT:W ithcontests

and prizes; $3, $2 ages 15and younger, $1 seniors, $10 families; 1-3 p.m.; Cascade Swim Center, 465 S.W.Rimrock Way, Redmond;541-548-7275 or www.raprd.org.

SUNDAY FORT ROCKGRANGE EASTER BREAKFAST:A meal ofham, eggs,pancakes,hash browns and coffee; $6, $3 ages10and younger; 7:15 a.m.; Fort Rock Grange, 64651 Fort Rock Road; 541-5762289. ELKS LODGEEASTER EGG HUNT: Ages12 and younger hunt for eggs; free; 9 a.m.; Juniper Park, 741 N.E. Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-389-743B. EASTER MYSTERYTOUR:Takeatourthat explores Easter mysteries, and search for eggs at

stops; free; 9:30-10 a.m.; Trinity Lutheran Church 8 School, 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road, Bend; 541-382- I B32. EASTER EGGHUNT FOR DOGS: Leashedand well-behaved dogs search for eggs filled with dog treats, with gifts and prizes; free; 3-3:30 p.m.; Eastside Bend Pet Express, 420 N.E. Windy Knolls Drive; 541-389-4620. VFW EASTERDINNER: A dinner of baked ham, scalloped potatoes and more; reservations requested; $10, $5 ages10 and younger, free ages three and younger; 4 p.m.; VFW Hall, 1836 S.W.Veterans Way, Redmond; 541-923-8591. See the complete event calendar on PageB3

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selling firearms. Sen. Floyd Prozanski, DSALEM — T h e O r e gon Eugene, chairman of the Legislature plans to take up Senate Judiciary Committee, gun control legislation next scheduled an extended public week, when a Senate com- hearing for four bills April 5. "If you look at these bills, mittee is set to hear public testimony on four measures they're pretty much based on and could d ecide whether common sense and gun safety," Prozanski said. to advance them to the full He's introduced bills that Senate. Gun control advocates say would: they've given up on conten• Ban guns in primary and tious efforts to limit sales of secondary schools, eliminatassault weapons and high- ing a law that allows people capacity ammunition maga- with concealed-handgun lizines, but t h ey're pressing censes to carry weapons in ahead with other measures schools. Local school boards that would impose new re- would be able to opt out and s trictions on c a r rying a n d continue the existing policy. The Associated Press

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a lobbying and advocacy group. "Any time a child is gunned down by a madman, that's a horrible situation," Starrett said. "But if you're going to write laws to criminalize that, maybe you ought to recognize that we already have laws that criminalize that."

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NEWS OF RECORD POLICE LOG The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358. Bend Police Department DUU —Ryan S. Powers, 34, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 10:26 p.m. March 25, in the area of Butler Market Road and Nasu Loop. Theft —A theft was reported at9:29a.m. March 26, in the 400 block of Northeast Greenwood Avenue. Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at1:03 p.m. March 26, in the 61100 block of South U.S. Highway 97. Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at 2:08 p.m. March 26, in the 2800 block of Northeast Sedalia Loop. Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at 5:02 p.m. March 26, in the 2800 block of Northeast Sedalia Loop. DUII —Mason Scott Witmer, 21, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at1:27 a.m. March 27, in the1100 block of Southeast Third Street. DUII —Megan K. Morrow, 26, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at1:47 a.m. March 27, in the area of Northeast Twin Knolls Drive and Northeast 27th Street. Theft —A theft was reported at 3:01 p.m. March 27, in the 2600 block of Northeast U.S. Highway 20. Theft —A theft was reported at 2:16 p.m. March 27, in the 2000 block of Northeast Full Moon Drive. Theft —A theft was reported at 4:18 p.m. March19, in the 61100 block of South U.S. Highway 97.

Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at10:13 a.m.March 25,inthe 62900 block of Boyd Acres Road. Burglary —A burglary was reported at 7:36 p.m. March 25, in the 3200 block of Northeast Stonebrook Drive. Theft —A theft was reported and an arrest made at 7:52 p.m. March 25, in the 20100 block of Pinebrook Boulevard. Criminal mischief —An act of criminal mischief was reported at 3:57 p.m. March 27, in the 2700 block of Northeast U.S. Highway 20. Unlawful entry — A vehicle was reported entered at 9:16 p.m. March 27, in the1200 block of Northeast 18th Street. DUII —Christopher Everett Robinson, 29, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 12:28a.m. March 28, in the area of Northeast Eighth Street and Northeast Olney Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at11:48 a.m. March 28, in the 2400 block of Northwest Hemmingway Street. Criminal mischief —An act of criminal mischief was reported at 6 p.m. March 28, in the 61100 block of Roughrider Lane. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:59 a.m. March 28, in the 20000 block of Beth Avenue. PrInevIlle Police Department

Theft —A theft was reported at 11:04 a.m. March 28, in the area of Southeast Lynn Boulevard.

BEND FIRE RUNS Thursday 9:17a.m. — Passenger vehicle fire, 501 S.W. Hill St. 2:29 p.m.— Authorized controlled burning, area of China Hat Road. 22 —Medical aid calls.

Killer'S attemPted name Change —Ajudgein Portland has rejected a double murderer's request to change his name,questioning his contention that hewants to switch for purely religious reasons. TheOregonian reports that a lawyer representing Mark Beebout told Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Diana Stuart on

Friday that his client had long been aMuslim. Lawyer Jonah Paisner saidtheproposedname — Yunus Mohammed — reflectsBeebout's deep connection to the faith. Earlier this month, the registered sex of-

fender was sentenced to life in prison without parole. COnViCtian in Stabbing death —A man who'd hitchhiked from the Bay Area in California to the Oregon coast in search of work has been convicted of stabbing another man to death in a North Bend motel last summer. KCBY-TV reports the murder verdict against Ronald Wayne Ambill was returned Friday after a week of trial.

Impraper bOdydiSpOSal Charge —AnOregonwomanhas been charged with disposing of a body improperlyafter the body of her 89-year-old mother was found behind a Michigan thrift store. The St. Clair County sheriff's department said Thursday that Kelly Rhodes, of Salem, is jailed in lllinois, where she was arrested on a warrant charging her with the misdemeanor. — From wire reports

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didgeridoo, featuring chanting and instrumental music by local artists; $15 suggested donation; 6 p.m.; Hawthorn Healing Arts Center, 39 N.W. Louisiana Ave., Bend; 541TODAY 330-0334. FIBER MARKETDAY: Featuring WELCOMEHOMEVIETNAM fiber vendors, demonstrations VETERANS DINNER:Dinner to and animal sales; free; 9 a.m.; celebrate veterans of the Korean Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 and Vietnam Wars; $8 for nonS. Main St., Prineville; www. Vietnam and Korea veterans; 6 highdesertwoolgrowers.com. p.m.; Madras High School,390 S.E. I0th St.; 541-350-8009. SPRING GARDEN BUILD: Complete a greenhouse and fence, JAZZ AT JOE'SVOLUME 41: build new garden beds and clean The Jazz at Joe's series presents up the garden; free; 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; trombonists Gary Shutes and John The Environmental Center, 16 N.W. Moak,in memory ofDana Benesch; Kansas Ave., Bend; 541-385-6908 SOLD OUT;7 p.m.;Greenwood or www.envirocenter.org. Playhouse, 148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-977-5637 or www. SCIENCEPARTY: Explore forces jazzatjoes.com. with an intergalactic laboratory to test Sir Isaac Newton's three REEL PADDLINGFILM FESTIVAL: laws of motion, presented by Featuring films of whitewater, sea Bend Research; $5 plus museum kayaking, canoeing and more; $12 admission, $3 members; 11 plus fees; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre, a.m. and1:30 p.m.; High Desert 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 0700 or www.towertheatre.org. 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www. "THE KING OFNAPAVALLEY": highdesertmuseum.org/scienceThoroughly Modern Productions party. andJames Lee presentthe play "OPERALICIOUS":A performance about the world of California of opera arias, duets and trios winemaking and the families starring Melissa Bagwell, James involved; $18, $15 students and Knox and Jimena Shepherd; seniors; 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Street proceeds benefit PolioPlus; Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette donations accepted; 3 p.m.; First Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or United Methodist Church, 680 N.W. www.2ndstreettheater.com. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-1672 or TOXIC ZOMBIE:The Portlandoperaliciousbend©gmail.com. based horror rock act performs, LAST SATURDAY:Event includes with the High Desert Hooligans art exhibit openings, live music, and The Confederats; $3; 8 p.m.; food and drinks and a patio and fire Big T's, 413 S.W. Glacier Ave., pit; free; 6-10 p.m.; Old lronworks Redmond; 541-504-3864. Arts District, 50 Scott St., Bend; www.tinyurl.com/ironwurk. SOUND ANDVIBRATION SUNDAY MEDITATION:Seattle-based artist Pamela Mortensen plays the BROTHERS COMATOSE:The

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MONDAY BOOK DISCUSSION:Discuss "The Snow Child" by Eowyn Ivey; part of "A Novel Idea .. Read Together"; free;1 p.m.; Bend Senior Center, 1600 S.E. Reed Market Road; 541-388-1133 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar.

BRING OUTYOUR DEAD! AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORYOF PLAGUE:A presentation by Mark Eberle on the historical and medical story of the plague; free; 6 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-330-4640. BOOK DISCUSSION:Discuss "The Snow Child" by Eowyn Ivey; part of "A Novel Idea .. Read Together"; free; 6:30 p.m.; Sunriver Books 8 Music, Sunriver Village Building 25C; 541-593-2525 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. BLACK BEASTREVIVAL: Heavy

"IT'S IN THE BAG"LECTURE SERIES:Sandy Brooke presents the lecture "Fate and Luck: A Series Crossing Boundaries" about her series of artwork; free; noon-1 p.m.; OSU-Cascades Campus,Cascades Hall,2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-322-3100, info©osucasades.edu or www. osucascades.edu/l unchtimelectures. "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: FRANCESCA DA RIMINI": Starring Eva-Maria Westbroek, Mark Delavan and Marcello Giordani in an encore presentation of Zandonai's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted live in high definition; $18; 6:30 p.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium16 & IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347.

LIVE MUSIC:Celebrate Mark Ransom's birthday with The Mostest, Hobbs, The JZ Band, Brent Alan, Indian food and more; a benefit for Ukuleles for Youth; $10 suggested donation; 8 p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122 or www. belfryevents.com. MISS LONELYHEARTS: The folk act performs, with Boxcar Stringband; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www. facebook.com/thehornedhand.

THURSDAY THREE TIMES BAD:The San Francisco-based bluegrass act performs, with The Rum and The Sea; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www.facebook. com/thehornedhand. LAFA TAYLOR:Electro-hop, with Nix, Prajekt and Over Cover; 9 p.m.;Liquid Lounge,70 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend; 541-3896999.

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ewspapers have been full of stories in recent months about the high price of college and whether it's worth the money. Measured in terms of earning power and the likelihood of unemployment, it is in many cases. Yet paying for college can leave a graduate and his family with substantial debt. According to the website Business Insider, during the last recession the unemployment rate for college grads was roughly half of what it was for high school graduates. And, during the last quarter of lastyear, those college graduates earned almost twice as much per week as did high school graduates. The downside comes in debt. The average college graduate today picks up his diploma and a bill for morethan $27,000. Ifhe or she has gone on to law school, for example, the number may rise to as much as $125,000, with parents a further $34,000 in debt. Paying all that off is a tremendous burden, and it may grow worse in years to come. According to the Associated Press, unless Congress acts before the end of June, the interest rate on new sub-

sidized Stafford loans will double to 6.8 percent. This state's Oregon College Savings Plan offers students and their families a way to reduce those numbers, particularly if they start early. The 529 investment program gives parents, kids and families a way to put money aside tax free for college. Yet only 7.24 percent of families with children under 18 in Deschutes County participate, and in Crook and Jefferson counties that number is far lower, a bit over 2 percent. For families that do participate, the benefits are clear. Earnings must be used for education, though not necessarily in Oregon or at a four-year public university. The account can be used by any family member. Also, Oregon plan money can be used for students with special needs, a group that generally is cut off from traditional college financial assistance. The plan's supporters note that it's likely many kids will still have to borrow to get through college. Borrowing less, however, means reducing future debt, perhaps dramatically. That's what the Oregon College Savings Plan is all about.

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in actual clean energy. Craig Miller Bend

T he Bulletin editorial staff i s at it again — trying their best to discredit c o n servation g r o ups. The editorial titled "Wind project challenge lacking in logic, reason" i ncoherently a t tempts t o p a i n t ONDA and Portland Audubon as illogical and unreasonable. If the editors were more respectful of local citizens trying their best to protect the environment, they might be able to retain a little more clarity on the issue. Here are the facts: 1. The corporation in charge of the wind energy project, Columbia Energy Partners, is in deep financial trouble. 2. CEP has lost its agreement with Southern California Edison to sell the power it might generate. 3. CEP has given up its transmission line connection to t r ansfer power. 4. CEP is no longer able to abide by the terms of its agreement with the Bureau of Land Management. 5. If BLM does not withdraw its permit, it will spend untold thousands of taxpayer dollars to defend a decision that is no longer viable. There are a lot of good reasons to oppose the industrial scale Echanis wind energy project proposed on top of the iconic Steens Mountain, including the need to protect wildlife, quiet recreation and traditional values. What is so illogical about asking BLM to admit the jig is up, stop wasting taxpayers' money and revoke its useless permit? Our tax dollars can be better spent supporting projects that will result

Republicans need to stop protecting the wealthy In your editorial, "Another way the sequester fails A m ericans," you began your argument that "the sequester forces all kinds of stupid outcomes." Sadly, you did not stop there. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said it was the "dumbest idea in a body known for dumb ideas." President Barack Obama agrees when he said, "we shouldn't be making dumb, arbitrary cuts." That was the whole point of the legislation. It was supposed to be such a dire situation that no politician in their right mind would let it go into action. Republicans argue that the government is too bloated and there are not any dire effects from the sequestration. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, said on Fox News, "By the way, we are talking about what, two percent of overall federal spending?" The t r ut h i s t h a t P r e sident Obama did not want to see arbitrary cuts and Walden does not see a problem. Why don't you demand that Walden explain to these members of the Oregon Army National Guard that it is not such a big deal? Is he not accountable to his constituents? This is not about picking budget cut winners and losers. It is about toxic across-the-board spending cuts that have real ramifications. Congressneeds to getserious about

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cuts and raisingrevenue by closing tax loopholes. The Republicans are protecting the wealthy in this country at the expense of the rest of us. That needs to change.

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Governor should get rid of daylight saving time Gov. John Kitzhaber needs to end daylight saving time, which is actually daylight shifting time because no actual daylight is saved. He has the idea that getting medical providers to charge patients according to results achieved is a reasonable solution to the medical issues plaguing Oregonians. How is that getting people to take personal responsibility for o ne's own health? It is much easier to sleep when it's dark outside. When daylight shifting begins and ends, it stays dark until almost 8 a.m. Parents sleep later; their kids sleep later. Morbid obesity i n creases. Childhood obesity increases. Longevity decreases. There is a direct link between these situations. There is no mandate that every state must observe daylight shifting. As an emergency room doctor/surgeon, the problem with too much sleep must be very obvious to Kitzhaber. People may argue that Arizona, which does not observe daylight saving time, has a morbid obesity and childhood obesity problem, too. Is it easier to eliminate daylight saving time or to change the atmospheric conditions that cause Arizona to be so hot? Brent D. Yonkovich Bend

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The issues our country faces are not black and white By Nicholas Saraceno merica has a milk moustache. Milk. It does a body good. Or so the dairy industry would have usbelieve. But science has recently raised the prospect that this is, at best, an open question. Undeniably, milk is a high source of calcium, it has vitamins and minerals, even proteins for b u i lding muscle. Beyond mere lactose intolerance, recent scientific studies have examined impacts of hormones and antibiotics given to dairy cows, the age and sex of those ingesting milk, pasteurized versus unpasteurized, the fact that it is a cow's milk and not a human's milk — among many other previously ignored factors. The results? Much like everything else in life, they are mixed and there are plenty of gray areas for when and why a c ow's milk should or should not be drunk. The American public,however, has been sold the idea that "milk is always good, no matter what" by a very well-organized and well-

funded marketing campaign, with a parallel emphasis on milk's cultural relevance. Thus, thescience doesn't stop us or break our habits or change our minds about milk. The marketing wins. It will always win where it affects emotions unobstructed over time, i.e., ties into the cultural fabric. Because emotions tied to culture are far more powerful than a logical, scientific snorefest of data. And milk is nothing if not emotional. But who cares'? It's milk. Unfortunately, similar m a r keting strategies to make absolutes out of what are actually massive gray swaths have not been limited to the relatively mundane issue of dairy intake. The exactsame strategy has been

imposed regarding national and statewide economic policy. Tax cuts have been sold by the right wing as "milk." For thirty-plus years, nall tax cuts are good" has been hawked to us by extremely well-funded mouthpieces and hucksters, whose financial backers have, literally, billions

IN MY VIEW at stake as to whether we drink our milk. They have sold us, en masse, the idea that tax cuts do a country good. There is no such thing as too much tax cut. They're good for your pocketbook and they're good for the na-

Tax cuts have been sold by the right wing as "milk." For thirty-plus years, "all tax cuts are good" has been hawked to us by extremely well-funded mouthpieces and hucksters, whose financial backers have, literally, billions at stake as to whether we drink our milk. They have sold us, en masse, the idea that tax cuts do a country good.

tional coffers (convenient). They're good for you. They're good for me. They're good for jobs. They're good

ment spending is too high. Social

for making grass greener and skies safety nets are routinely, if not albluer. But even Ronald Reagan, who is routinely pointed to as the grandfather of the modern conservative movement, even he raised taxes. Tax rates are not a b l ack and white issue. Sometimes they need to be raised. Sometimes they need to be lowered. We have an immensely c omplicated economy, which i n cludes a public and private sector working off each other as economic engines (plural). And what the tax rates are affects both differently. And both matter. Deficits will destroy us. Govern-

ways, taken advantage of. The list goes on and on. And on. All sold by and to the right wing as black and white issues — as absolutes. Supporting one outcome is "good." Opposing that outcome is "bad." All of it tied to our emotion. To our faith. To our culture. But in reality, in this multi-cultural, socio-economically d i verse and dynamic melting pot we call the United States of America, these issues, among nearly every issue we as a nation face, are so gray as to be in real living color. Black and white is easy. But life's

not easy. Making America the best it can be is not easy. There is no silver bullet. Optimistically, it seems a majority of Americans are finally coming around to wiping off our milk moustache.Recent elections have proven this to b e f act, as self-described "principled absolutists" were largely rejected nationally, regardless of party. It's why "principled absolutism" in Washington, D.C. garners such anger. Because it's not that milk is bad. It's that sometimes water and an apple are better. And sometimes they aren't. — Nicholas Saraceno lives in Bend.


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ioma man acescancer Ia nosls imes in ears By Bennett Hall CORVALLIS - "How are you doing today?" Dan Dooley ponders the question as he settles into the big, comfortable armchair at the Samaritan Infusion Center in Corvallis, where nurse Bronwyn Roberts is about to take a blood sample. It's the sort of offhand inquiry we all get a dozen times a day. The usual response is a simple "fine," friendly but noncommittal, good for coworkers and casual acquaintances. But not in this place. They know him here. Here they get the truth. "I feel more like my normal self today," Dooley tells Roberts, "even though I don't know what my normal self is anymore." Dan Dooley is a cancer patient, but he's not just any cancer patient. The 41-year-old Philomath resident is dealing with his third diagnosis in an eight-year span, all unrelated,

all terrifying, all requiring expensive and sometimes debilitating treatment. For Dooley and his family — wife Liz, 44; daughter Juleia, 21; and son Devin, 11 — this is the new normaL "I've learned to say, 'Today's a good day,'" Dooley said. "Because as positive as I am and as much as I try to stay upbeat, it's a tough disease and

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The first diagnosis Dooley's first bout with cancer began in 2005, when the family was living in Portland. Dan pulled down a rebound in a city league basketball game and turned to fire a pass down the court. Suddenly his strong right arm felt weak and painful. The ball fell from his hand. He knew something was wrong, but he still didn't see

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Richard Grlfflths of "The History Boys" holds his Tony for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play at the 60th Annual Tony Awards in 2006 in New York. Griffiths also played the boy wlzard's unsympathetic Uncle Vernon in the "Harry Potter" movies.

'Harry Potter' actor Griffiths dies at 65 By Jill Lawless

don and Broadway production of "Equus." "In August2000, before ofLONDON Richard Griffiths was one of the great ficial production ha d e v en British stage actors of his gen- begun on 'Potter,' we filmed eration, a heavy man with a a shot outside the Dursleys', light touch, whether in Shake- w hich was myfirstevershot as speare or Neil Simon. But for Harry. I was nervous, and he millions of movie fans, he will made me feel at ease. "Seven years later, we emalways be grumpy Uncle Vernon, the least magical of char- barked on 'Equus' together. It acters in the fantastical "Harry was my first time doing a play, Potter" movies. but, terrified as I was, his enGriffiths died Thursday at couragement, tutelage and huUniversity Hospital i n C o v- mor made it a joy." entry, central England, from E arlier, Griffiths was t h e complications following heart louche, lecherous Uncle Monty surgery, his agent, Simon to Richard Grant'scharacter Beresford, said. He was 65. Withnail in "Withnail and I," "Harry Potter" star Daniel a low-budget British comedy Radcliffe paid tribute to the about two out-of-work actors actor Friday, saying that "any that has become a cult classic. room he walked into was made Years after its 1987 release, twice as funny and twice as Griffiths said people would clever just by his presence." regularly shout Monty's most "I am proud to say I knew f amous lines at him i n t h e him," Radcliffe said. street. "My beloved 'UncleMonty' Griffiths won a Tony Award for "The History Boys" and ap- Richard Griffiths d ied l a st peared in dozens of movies and night," Grant tweeted Friday. TV shows. But he will be most "Chin-Chin my dear friend." widely remembered as apair A huge stage presence with of contrasting uncles — Harry a grace rendered allthe more Potter's Uncle Vernon Dursley striking by his physical bulk, and Uncle Monty in the cult Griffiths created roles includfilm "Withnail and I." ing the charismatic teacher Griffiths was among a huge Hector at the emotional heart roster of British acting talent of Alan Bennett's school drato appear in the "Harry Pot- ma "The History Boys." He ter" series of films released be- won an Olivier Award for the tween 2001 and 2011. part in London and a Tony for His role, as the grudging, the Broadway run, and repeatmagic-fearing guardian of ed his performance in the 2006 orphaned wizard Harry, was film adaptation. small but pivotal. Griffiths once National T heatre a r t istic said he liked playing Uncle director Nicholas Hytner, who Vernon "because that gives me directed "The History Boys," a license to be horrible to kids." called Griffiths' performance But Ra d cliff e r ec a lled in that play "a masterpiece of G riffiths' k i n dness t o t h e wit, delicacy, mischief and desyoung star. olation, often simultaneously." "Richard was by my side Griffiths' last major stage during two of the most impor- role was in a West End productant moments of my career," tion of Neil Simon's comedy said Radcliffe, who in 2007 "The Sunshine Boys" last year starred with Griffiths in a Lon- opposite Danny DeVito. The Associated Press

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Dr. Kimberly McGregor, left, talks with Dan Dooley and his wife, Liz, recently at Corvallls Medical Center. Dan Dooley ls dealing wiht his third cancer diagnosis in eight years. place came apart, requiring more surgery and another replacement bone. Then the second cadaver bone became i nfected, requiring a t h i r d procedure. "Now I have an all-metal rod," Dooley said. "The TSA lovesto see me coming."

lt happens again ... and again The second diagnosis came in 2009. During a routine follow-up visit to have his arm checked out, Dooley told his doctor about a small lump on the left side of his jaw. It didn't look like much, but the doctor ordered a biopsy just to be safe. The test produced another unfamiliar word: mucoepidermoid carcinoma. It was a cancer of the salivary gland. This time, the t reatment was more straightforward. No chemo or radiationrequired, just a single surgery to remove the malignant gland. Dooley had the operation on Christmas Eve 2009, not

long after moving his family

to Philomath. Again, he went to OHSU for the diagnosis coming. the procedure. As his wife put It was Liz who got the call it, "They know him there." from Dan's doctor. Eating was difficult for a "He used this word, osteo- while afterward, but Dooley genic sarcoma, and I was like, made the adjustment and got 'What is that?'" she recalled. on with his life, as he had after "He kept saying, 'I'm very the bone cancer. sorry.'" The third blow fell in 2012. When his wife told him When he turned 40, Dooley he had bone cancer, Dooley decided to get a full physical, couldn't seem to absorb the including a prostate check. news. Something didn't feel right, "At the time, I couldn't even so his doctor sent him to a say it. Now it just rolls off my specialist. A colonoscopy foltongue, unfortunately." lowed. The surgeon was blunt. "He said, 'You have rectal Three months of chemotherapy f o l lowed. D o oley cancer,'" Dooley recalled. "I thought, 'Here we go lost all his hair. He developed mouth sores and couldn't eat. again.'" His white cell count plumDooley became a regular meted, crashing his immune visitor to the Samaritan Infusystem and landing him in a sion Center, getting chemohospital isolation ward. therapy to shrink the tumor in Eventually he had surgery his bowels. Every other Monat Oregon Health 8 Science day for six months, he would University Hospital to remove sit for hours in the chair as most of his right humerus, the powerful drugs dripped into long bone in the upper arm, his bloodstream through a and replace it with a cadaver port implanted in his chest. bone. He also underwent radiaThe o p eration w a s a tion treatment — five days a success. week for five weeks — that left The recovery was a disaster. his body ravaged. As she sat with her husIn October he went back to band in the recovery room, OHSU, where a surgeon reLiz Dooley saw his skin turn moved the tumor along with a ghastly greenish tint and three cancerous lymph nodes heard his breathing grow ever and a portion of his rectum. more ragged — and then stop Since that time he's used an in a final, hideous death rattle. ostomy bag. On April I he'll The combination of pain and go back for an exploratory anti-nausea medications had procedure to see if he qualifies suppressed his nervous sys- for another operation, this one tem, causing his heart and to reconnecthiscolon and relungs to shut down. store normal bowel function. "He had a full-on code," she said. "They went through two No explanation crash carts on him." Dooley's doctors are mystiThe medical team resusci- fied by his triple misfortune. "It's very unusual," said his tated Dooley that night, but there were more complica- Corvallis oncologist, Dr. Kimtions ahead. The hardware berly McGregor of Samariholding his new humerus in tan Hematology 8z Oncology

Consultants. "There's no real reason to explain why he's had three unrelated cancers ... there's no real obvious risk factors." There's also no way to predict whether Dooley could be stricken again. Now that the cancerous tissue has been removed from hi s b owels, he'll be closely monitored. If he gets through the next five years cancer-free, there's a good chance he'll be cured. Considering al l D o oley's been through,McGregor said, he's coping remarkably well, in part because he already knows the drill. But just coming in for post-op checkups can be an exercise in anxiety. "People like Dan have to live with the thought that it could always come back."

More challenges than illness D ooley's illness has a f fected his family in a variety

of ways. "I wish I could just limit the effects of cancer just physically to me," Dooley said. "But it affects Liz, it affects Devin, it affects Juleia." He's missed a lot of work over the years because of his repeated bouts with cancer, and his kids have grown used to seeing him resting on the couch instead of working in the yard. He never regained the full use of his right arm, and he can no longer tackle home repairprojects the way he used to. Liz, who works part-time as a fitness instructor and coaches volleyball at P h ilomath High School, spends a lot of her time ferrying Dan to medical appointments. With Juleia working out of state with AmeriCorps, Liz and Devin have taken over much of the yard work a n d h o usehold chores. Emotionally, it's been tough on Devin. He h a s t r ouble focusing in school. He feels g uilty for playing with h i s cousins while his father was in the hospital. Some nights he doesn't sleep because he can't stop thinking about his dad. "He's had questions," Liz said. "One Ireally remember is he asked, 'Dad, are you going to die?' "So we know his wheels are spinning. He's thinking about death." It's been hard on the family finances as well. Dooley has health insurance through his job as a permit specialist with the Oregon Department of T r ansportation, but his coverage isn't as good as it used to be, with a $5,000 deductibleand higher premiums, copays and costsharing ratios. For every cancer diagnosis there's an oncologist, a surgeon, a radiologist, chemotherapy staff, medical technicians, social workers, nurses

and dieticians. The stack of medical bills on the dining room table is three inches high. Liz goes over each one line by line. Sometimes she catches costly errors, and she doesn't hesitate to challenge insurance companies or medical practices over billing questions. Despite her vigilance, the family e s timates D o oley's cancers have cost more than $30,000 in out-of-pocket expenses to date. They've cut back on luxuries, deciding not to renew their season tickets for Oregon State football and selling the family travel trailer. But now they're facing another big bill. This w inter, their septic field failed. Repair estimates range from $15,000 to $25,000. Liz was floored when she got the news. "I'm like, really? I feel sometimes I'm being tested." People have stepped in to help where they can. Dooley's ODOT coworkers have pooled their unused leave time so he could keep drawing a paycheck after his sick leave was used up. Friends and church members check in o ccasionally to ask how things are going or stop by to drop off dinner. Sometimes they'll send grocery store gift cards in the maiL Diane Noble, who's known Lizsincehigh school,hasbeen there through it alL She's the one who keeps everyone else updated, the one Liz knows she can call at a moment's notice to watch Devin if she suddenly has to take Dan to the hospitaL "I call her my point person," Liz said. "My other me." Noble said she's happy to help, but there's only so much a small circle of friends can do. Now, with the financial challenges facing the Dooleys, she's reaching out to the wider community. She's started organizing fundraising activities, and early this month she opened a medical account in Dan's name at Citizens Bank. "I think they will be pleasantly surprised at how many people step up to help," Noble predicted. "As their friend, I'm hoping this will not only be a financial help but that they'll feel really loved and cared for by the community." Many families struggling with cancer are reluctant to ask for help, said Jan Spencer ofthe Samaritan Cancer Resource Center in North Albany, and the Dooleys are no exception. "They're like anyone else," she said. "They're just trying to make it on their own, and they'll often just keep going until they're overwhelmed." But many r esources are available, from classes to support groups, she said, and it's important to take advantage of them. It's a lesson the Dooleys are beginning to take to heart. "As a man, it's hard for me to ask for help," Dooley said. "But I've gotten better at it." By sharing his own experience with cancer, he hopes he can help persuade others to seek out the help they need. In the meantime, the family is trying to stay positive as they look ahead to the next round of surgery and followup treatment. It isn't always easy. "We've tried to f i gure it out. Why is it three times that we've been through this'? We may never know," Liz said. "We're lucky that we have each other."

Sheriff is reconsidering deportation policy The Associated Press PORTLAND Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton is drafting a policy in favor of releasing illegal immigrants jailed for nonviolent misdemeanor crimes. Immigrant r i g hts a d vocates have been pressuring Staton t o r e j ect r e quests from the Immigration and

Customs Enforcement agency to hold such people for deportation, The Oregonian reported. The policy could free up jail beds and potentially save the county millions of dollars, said Jeff Cogen, chair of the Multnomah County commissioners. "But the biggest benefit is

it will improve our relationship with a significant portion of the community," he said. "We will no longer have families torn apart. This will be a more just policy." Staton and Cogen have been working on the change for the last several months. It is a sharp turn from the current practice of holding ille-

gal immigrants if requested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The agency requests that some immigrants be held for deportation even after their original booking charges have been cleared. Andrew Munoz, a Seattle spokesman for ICE, said it doesn't comment on l o cal

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PORTLAND Rescue crews searching Mount Hood failed Friday to find a university student who planned to hike or climb the mountain last weekend and has been missing for days. As searchers wrapped Up their efforts at n i ghtfall, a Clackamas County sheriff's spokesman said the search for 23-year-old Mary Owen wouldresume Saturday, when an Oregon National Guard helicopter was expected to assist. The N e w ber g r e s i dent has not been in contact with friends o r r e l atives s i nce Sunday, when she emailed a friend to say she was going for a hike and planned to return to Newberg — 70 miles west of Mount Hood — late Sundayor Monday. W hen Owen, who i s o n springbreak from George Fox

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amanshehadmetonadifferent mountain last year. Owen s aid he d oesn't k now t h e name of the man or anyone else in the group, and urged anyone who had planned to climb with hi s daughter to callpolice. There havebeenno reports

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on the mountain. "We want to know if they went together; did the group ever get together," he said. "Or did they cancel the whole thing and she just decided to supplies. d o something on her o w n , Bruce O w en , ho w ever, which is t otally something said the presence of a back- that she would do.n p ack i n dicates sh e m i g ht Owen said hi s d a ughter have followed through on a has never done any technical planned climb, which would cl™ n g , b u t i s a n e x perirequire different gear than a enced backpacker who previbackpack. ously hiked the length of the W hen he spoke with h i s Pacific Crest Trail from Mexdaughter on March 22, she ico to Canada. told him she was going to Mary Owen is a senior and climb the mountain the next is planning a career in Bible daywithagroupthatincluded translation, her father said.

Summer is the time of the year kids look forward to most. It is when they are free to explore, play and be who they want to be. The Summer Youth Activity Guide provides parents with information about the youthoriented programs that take place in Central Oregon — from away-from-home camps to daytime activities, sports to arts and crafts. There's no excuse to have bored kids at home. Find what suits them best in The Bulletin's Summer Youth Activity Guide

PubliShing Date: Friday, April 12

G RADUATION 20 1 3 HONORING OURLATEST HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

One of life's greatest accomplishments, high school graduation, is celedrated in this annual publication. Every Central Oregon high school graduate is listed in this annual publication profiling each of the area's high school graduating classes. Graduates and parents alike look forward to this keepsake publication, WhiCh inCludeS the nameS and PhOtOS Of Central

Oregon's newest graduates. Congratulations Graduates!

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MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: NCAA TOURNAMENT

MLB

Verlander, Posey get new contracts NEW YORK — After leading their teams to

last year's World Series, Justin Verlander and Buster Poseycashed in just hours apart Friday. The All-Star pitcher and MVP catcher were

guaranteed nearly $350 million in contracts by the Tigers and Giants, a sure sign of the baseball

times: Teamsare awash with revenue from television and high-priced tickets. Verlander, an AL MVP

and Cy YoungAward winner for Detroit, agreed to a $180 million, seven-year deal with the Tigers that is the richest for a pitcher and pre-

uc s'runa anen • A tough Louisvile squad turnsback Oregon's late rallies in a 77-69 victory By Nancy Armour The Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — Blame Oregon's poor start for its disappointing finish. The Ducks missed eight of their first 11 shots and got outscored by Russ Smith through the first 10 minutes Friday night.They came back to make a game of it late, but the

Inside • A complete roundup of Friday night's NCAA tournament

regional semifinal games,C3 • A preview of today's regional finals, C3 Ducks never could overcome that early hole in a 77-69 loss to top-seeded Louisville. "If it wasn't for the beginning, it would have been a completely different game," Oregon guard Johnathan Loyd said. "We just came out, we weren't ready and we got smacked. If we were playing the way were playing in the second half the whole game, it's a completely

different story." Five Ducks scored in double figures, led by E.J. Singler's 15

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Michael Conroy/The Associated Press

Oregon guard Damyean Dotson (21) goes up with a shot over Louisville guard Peyton Siva during the second half of Friday night's regional semifinal in Indianapolis. Dotson was called for an offensive foul on the play.

vents him from becoming a free agentafter the 2014 season. Posey, the batting

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champion who ledSan Francisco to a pair of

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: AMERICAN LEAGUE PREVIEW

World Series titles in

the past three years,

Hamilton, Angels

received $167 million,

nine-year deal from the Giants. The catcher

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set to take on Tigers

the market until after the

2016 season. "Contracts like that

thatyou're seeing are a product of really strong

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revenue growth in the industry," said Rob

Josh Hamilton joined forces with Albert Pujols and Mike Trout in Los Angeles, primed to pry the American League pennant from Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder and Victor Martinez in Detroit. "They always say, 'There's always next year,' and next year is here," Angels ace Jered Weaver said. Not so fast, big boys. The Toronto Blue Jays want in, too, and they brought a bevy of All-Stars, led by knuckleballer R.A. Dickey and shortstop Jose Reyes, north of the border for their shot. Tampa Bay locked up Evan Longoria for six more years. The White Sox signed young ace Chris Sale for five. The AL West champion Oakland Athletics are hoping Yoenis Cespedes can keep them on top in a loaded division. Heck, the Texas Rangers lost Hamilton and clubhouse leader Michael Young and they still think they're armed to be the best in the West with Yu Darvish and Matt Harrison leading a deep rotation. And never count out the New York Yankees. They

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Manfred, Major League Baseball's executive vice president of economics and leagueaffairs. And the spending might not be done yet.

Clayton Kershaw, who can go freeafter the 2014 season, could

get a newdeal from the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 2011 NL Cy Young

winner said hewon't talk contract during the

season;the Dodgers would want to hold off

announcing anyagreement until after opening day so that it would not add to their 2013 luxury tax bill.

Where is all the money coming from? Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig expects revenue to top $8 billion for the first time this

year.

"It's quite a story when you think back in1992 it was $1.2 billion," he said this week.

"We've come along way. It's a manifesta-

tion of how popular this

may appear more brittle than bombers in the Bronx. But Mariano Rivera is back for one last season of sawing off bats and closing out wins. One thing is certain: A

bunch of swaggering bats are ready to give the Houston Astros a rude welcome to the American League. A look at the AL in predicted order of finish: EAST

Tampa Bay Rays:The spendthrift Rays opened their checkbook to keep Longoria for six more seasons and $100 million. Now, he must stay healthy if light-hitting Tampa Bay is going to make a run in this hefty division. Longoria missed 74games lastseason because of a partially torn left hamstring and the Rays went 41-44 without him. LedbyALCy Young Award winner David Price and arrow-pointing closer Fernando Rodney, the Rays will be tough to beat no matter how many runs they score. Even with the departure of James Shields and Wade Davis, this staff is deep, and youngsters Jeremy Hellickson, Alex Cobb and Matt

Moore are only improving. SeeAmerican /C4

sport is in every way." — The Associated Press

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Ridegview High School golf coach Ron Buerger films one of his players for a critique of his swing during practice at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond on Friday.

Cballengersgear up to take down Giants By Jay Cohen The Associated Press

Portland center J.J. Hickson scores over Utah center Al Jefferson during Friday night's game.

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• Area PGA professionals look to build alovefor the gameof golf through coachinghighschoolteams By Zack Hall The Bulletin

Zach Lampert was hardly a standout at golf as a freshman at Prineville's Crook County High School. Lampert, now 25, had dabbled in the game before but did not have much skill when he joined the Cowboys' golf team. All he knew was that he enjoyed the

game.

Qualifier takes lead at Houston Steve Wheatcroft

up one stroke, Rory Mcllroy makes cut in PGA Tour event,C5

Once Sergio Romo struck out Miguel Cabrera to end the World Series, the chase was on. The Upton brothers were reunited in Atlanta. Zack Grein-

Under then-headcoach Chuck Wilcox, a teacher at Crook County High, Lampert blossomed, he says. Now, Lampert is the head professional at Meadow Lakes

ke signed a big free-agent deal

Golf Course in Prineville. "He was able to get me on the right path," Lampert says of Wilcox. "And it all worked out from there. I do credit him a lot for where I am at now in my career be-

ing a golf pro." Feeling a responsibility to help inexperienced golfers like he was, Lampert is returning the favor in his fifth season coaching the boys team at his high school alma mater. And Lampert is not the only Central Oregon PGA professional choosing to direct a high school team.

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with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Arizona remade its club with fiery manager Kirk Gibson in mind. Washington and Cincinnati each traded for a leadoff hitter, and Philadelphia added Michael Young to its already potent lineup. Romo and the San Francisco Giants begin the year on top, but there is no shortage of potential challengers in the leaner National League. "History is not in our favor. It doesn't happen very often," ace Matt Cain said, gearing up to defend the title. "But if we do all we can, it certainly is possible." San Francisco decided to make another run with the same core group of players who went the distance in the first two rounds of the play-

offs last season, then swept Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers to win its second championship in three years. Another title for NL MVP Buster Posey and company wouldputthem among the best teams in the history of the sport. Romo gets a full season at closer after a memorable October and the Giants are hoping former ace Tim Lincecum can bounce back after his worst season in the majors. They're going to need all the help they can get after the Dodgers and Diamondbacks revamped their rosters over the winter. Backed by a huge new TV deal, Los Angeles continued its spending spree that began when the new ownership group took over last summer. Greinke received a $147 million, six-year contract, then was slowed by a tender right elbow this spring. Hyun- Jin Ryu signed a $36 million, six-year deal, and the South Korean left-hander appears setforone ofthe deepest rotations in the majors. SeeNational /C4


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ON THE AIR: TELEVISION TODAY BASEBALL Midnight: MLB, spring training,

Seattle at Colorado (taped), MLB Network. 10 a.m.:MLB, spring training, Minnesota at Boston, MLB Network.

NCAA tourney, regional semifinals, LSU vs. California, ESPN2.

SOFTBALL 2 p.m.: College, Oregon State at Arizona State, Pac-12 Network.

LACROSSE

Noon:MLB, spring training, 4 p.m.: Men's college, Duke at Seattle at Colorado, Root Sports. Harvard, NBCSN. 1 p.m.:MLB, spring training, San Franci sco atOakland,MLB Network. 6 p.m.:MLB, spring training,

Los Angeles Dodgers at Los Angeles Angels, MLBNetwork. 7 p.m.:College, Washington at

COREBOARD

Northwest.

8:30p.m.:W omen'scollege,

SUNDAY

ON DECK Today Baseball: Summivs. t TBDat VolcanoesSpringBreak in Keizer,11:30a.mJCrook County vs. Scioat Les SchwabInvitationai inJohnDay,11 a.m. Equestrian: OregonHigh School Equestrian Teams Central Oregon District meetat Deschutes County Fair 8 ExpoCenter inRedmond,8:30a.m.

PREP SPORTS

GOLF 6 a.m.:European tour, Trophy

Baseball

Hassan II, final round, Golf

Channel.

9 p.m.:MLB, spring training, San Diego atTexas(taped), MLB

10 a.m.: PGA Tour, Houston

Summit Churchill

Open, final round, Golf Channel. Noon:PGATour, Houston Open,

Molalla Summit

SOCCER 6:30 a.m.: English Premier

League, Sunderland AFC vs. Manchester United FC, ESPN2. 12:30 p.m.:MLS, Philadelphia at New York, NBCSN. 3 p.m.:MLS, Portland at Colorado, Root Sports. 6 p.m.:MLS, Seattle at Real Salt

final round, NBC.

TENNIS 8:30 a.m.:Sony Open,men's final, CBS.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Southern Cal at California, Pac-12 Network.

BASKETBALL

Lake, Root Sports. GOLF 6 a.m.:European Tour, Trophy

Kansas vs. Notre Dame,ESPN. 11 a.m.: Women's college, NCAA tourney, regional

Channel. 10 a.m.:PGA Tour, Houston

semifinals, Nebraskavs. Duke, ESPN2.

Open, third round, Golf Channel. 11:10 a.m.:Men's college, Noon:PGATour, Houston Open, NCAA tourney, regional final, third round, NBC.

TENNIS 9 a.m.:ATP Tour,SonyOpen, women's final, CBS. 4 p.m.:Men's college,UCLAat Stanford, Pac-12 Network.

Michigan vs. Florida, CBS.

1:30p.m.:Women'scollege, NCAA tourney, regional semifinal, Oklahoma vs.

Tennessee, ESPN2. 2 p.m.:Men's college, NCAA tourney, regional final, Duke vs.

Louisville, CBS. BASKETBALL 3:30 p.m.:Women'scollege, 9 a.m.:Women's college, NCAA NCAA tourney, regional tourney, regional semifinals, semifinal, Louisville vs. Baylor, Delaware vs. Kentucky, ESPN. ESPN2. 11 a.m.:Women's college, NCAA tourney, regional HOCKEY semifinals, Maryland vs. 9:30 a.m.: NHL, Chicago at Connecticut, ESPN.

1:20p.m.:Men's college, NCAA tourney, regional finals,

Marquette vs. Syracuse, CBS. 4 p.m.:Men's college, NCAA tourney, regional finals, Ohio State vs. Wichita State, CBS.

6 p.m.: Women's college, NCAA tourney, regional semifinals, Georgia vs. Stanford, ESPN. 7:30p.m.:NBA,Golden State

Detroit, NBC. 4:30 p.m.:NHL, Boston at Buffalo, NBCSN.

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Men's college NCAATournament AH TimesPDT EASTREGIONAL

Regional Championship Today, March30 Marquette (26-8) vs. Syracuse(29-9),1:30 p.m. SOUTHREGIONAL

Regional Semifinals Friday, March29 Arlington, Texas Michigan87,Kansas85,OT

BASEBALL 6 p.m.:MLB, TexasatHouston, ESPN.

SUNDAY BASEBALL 5 p.m.:MLB, Texas atHouston, KICE-AM 940.

MIDWESTREGIONAL Regional Semifinals Friday, March29

Indianapolis Louisville77,Oregon69 Duke71,MichiganState61 Regional Championship Sunday, March31 Louisville(32-5)vs.Duke(30-5), 1.55p.m. WESTREGIONAL

Regional Championship Today, March30 OhioState(297) vs WichitaState(298), 4pm. FINAL FOUR At The Georgia Dome

Atlanta National Semifinals Saturday, April 6 Midwestchampionvs.West champion,6or830 p.m. South championvs.Eastchampion,6or8:30 p.m. National Championship Monday, April 8 Semifinalwinners,6 p.m. Friday's Summary

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1-5, Emory0-1), Louisville 4-13 (Blackshear1-1, Siva1-3, Hancock1-4,Smith1-4, Ware0-1) Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Oregon 35 (Kazemi 12), Louisville 34 (Dieng9). Assists—Oregon12(Loyd4), Louisvige10(Siva,Smith 3). Total Fouls—Dregon22, Louisvige19.A—NA. National Invitation Tournament AH TimesPDT

At MadisonSquareGarden New York Semifinals Tuesday,April 2 BYU(24-11)vs.Baylor (21-14), 4p.m. Maryland(25-12) vs.Iowa(24-12), 6:30p.m.

(Best-of-3) (x-if necessary) Monday, April 1 GeorgeMason (21 14) atSantaClara(24-11), 7 pm. Wednesday,April 3 SantaClaraatGeorgeMason, 4p.m. Friday, April 5 x-SantaClaraat George Mason,4p.m. College Insider.comTournament

SPORTS IN BRIEF MOTOR SPORTS

AH TimesPDT Semifinals

Today, March30 Evansville(21-14)atEastCarolina (21-12), 2 p.m. Sunday, March31 WeberState(29-6) atNorthern lowa(21-14), 5p.m.

Wo m en's college

DuCkS Shut out HuSkieS

Martin deal dloWS 0P — A

— Tommy Thorpe and Jimmie Sherfy combined on a three-hit

deal to loan Mark Martin to Joe

Gibbs Racing as areplacement driver for injured DennyHamlin

seven and walking three. Sherfy picked up his eighth save

fell apart Friday, when Michael Waltrip Racing said Martin will fulfill his commitment to their team. The announcement from MWR came roughly 24 hours after JGR said Martin will take over the No. 11 Toyota next weekend at Martinsville and drive the car

getting the Huskies in order,

until Hamlin returns from a frac-

including a pair of strikeouts in the ninth. Freshman Josh

tured vertebra in his lower back. Hamlin is expected to miss at

Grahamandsophomore Steven

least five races. It meansMartin

Packard both went two for four,

helping Oregon (21-6, 7-1 Pac-

can now only drive Hamlin's car at Martinsville, a track not on

12) finish with eight hits. The

his schedule. Brian Vickers, who

Ducks and Huskies wrap up

drives for JGR in the Nationwide

their three-game series tonight

Series, was scheduled to drive Martin's car for MWRat Mar-

day night at PK Park in Eugene. Thorpe (4-2) got the win, holding the Huskies to three hits in

eight innings while striking out

at 7 o'clock.

Beavers evenseries with

tinsville.

TONfOS — The Oregon State

baseball team scored seven runs in the fourth inning Friday

FOOTBALL

night in San Diego to defeat

C0WdoyS, ROmoeXtend

San Diego,14-5, evening the series with the host Toreros.

COntraCt —Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys agreed to a six-year contract extension

The win sent OregonState to a

22-3 mark this season and broke worth $108 million Friday, with a four-game losing streak to about half of that guaranteed

San Diego for the Beavers. San Diego, meanwhile, dropped to 17-10 this season. Oregon State sent10 hitters to the plate in the fourth, scoring the seven runs on the strength of five hits, two

San Diego errors and three wild pitches. Oregon State and San Diego will play the rubber match

today at1 p.m. PDT.

BASEBALL MLB

to make him the highest-paid player in franchise history.

The agreement, reported on the team's website, will lower

the quarterback's salary cap number for 2013 by about $5 million, giving the team more room to sign free agents and draft picks. — From wire reports

Spring Training

Friday's Games

N.Y.Mets7,St.Louis2

Minnesota 8, Boston 3 Detroit 8,TampaBay3 N.Y.Yankees4, Washington 2 KansasCity 5, Cleveland1 Toronto1,Philadelphia0 Houston6, ChicagoCubs6,tie,10 innings Texas5,SanDiego4 ChicagoWhite Sox7, Milwaukee2 Cincinnati 2Arizona1 L.A. Dodgers 9, L.A.Angels 8 SanFrancisco3, Oakland1

NCAATournament AH TimesPOT OKLAHOMA CITYREGIONAL

Regional Semifinals OklahomaCity Sunday, March31 Oklahoma(24-10) vs.Tennessee(26-7), 1:35p.m. Baylor(34-1)vs.Louisville (26-8),4:05p.m. SPOKANEREGIONAL

Regional Semifinals Spokane,Wash. Today, March30 Stanford (33 2)vs. Georgia(27-6), 6:04p.m. California(30-3)vs.LSU(22-11), 8:32p.m. NORFOLKREGIONAL

Regional Semifinals Norfolk, Va.

Pac-12 Standings AH TimesPDT

Conference Oregon OregonState UCLA Stanford ArizonaState Calilornia SouthernCal WashingtonState 2

utan

Arizona Washington

W 7 5 5 3 4 4

L 1 1 3 2 4 4

4

4

2 2 2

3 6 6 6

Friday's Games Arizona15,utah4 Stanford 9,Washington State3 Oregon1, Washington0 x-OregonState14, SanDiego 5 SouthernCal9, Califomia5 ArizonaSfate7, UCLA4 Today's Games SouthernCalat California, noon Utah atArizona,noon UCLAatArizonaState, 12:30p.m. x-Oregon StateatSanDiego,1 p.m. StanfordatWashingtonState,2 p.m. Washingtonat Oregon,7 p.m. x=nonconference

Overall

W 21 22 17 13 15 15 11 15 12 17 6

L 6 3 6

8 7 12 15 10 12 11 18

HOCKEY NHL NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE AH TimesPDT

EasternConference Atlantic Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 3 5 2 7 8 0 5 4 121 84 NewJersey 3 4 1 5 11 8 3886 94 N.Y.Rangers 33 16 14 3 35 78 81 N.Y.lslanders 34 16 15 3 35 100 110 P hiladelphia 3 3 1 3 17 3 29 87 103

Norlheast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Montreal Boston Ottawa Toronto Buffalo

3 3 21 7 5 4 7 104 83 3 2 21 7 4 4 6 94 72 3 4 19 9 6 4 4 89 72 35 19 12 4 42 108 100 34 13 16 5 31 91 107 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA W innipeg 35 1 8 15 2 3 8 88 103 C arolina 32 1 5 1 5 2 3 2 89 96 Washington 3 3 15 17 1 31 94 93 TampaBay 3 4 1 5 18 1 31110 103 Florida 35 10 19 6 26 85 123

WesternConference Central Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA 3 3 25 5 3 5 3 109 73 Detroit 34 17 12 5 39 90 85 S t. Louis 33 17 1 4 2 3 6 94 93 C olumbus 3 5 1 4 14 7 3585 96 N ashville 34 1 4 1 4 6 3 4 87 95 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Vancouver 3 4 19 9 6 4 4 92 86 Minnesota 33 20 11 2 42 93 83 Edmonton 33 13 13 7 33 83 95 Calgary 33 13 16 4 30 93 114 33 11 18 4 26 83 108 Colorado Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA A naheim 34 2 3 7 4 5 0 106 88 L osAngeles 3 3 1 9 12 2 40 97 82 S anJose 33 1 6 1 1 6 3 8 82 82 Dallas 33 16 14 3 35 92 100 P hoenix 34 14 1 5 5 3 3 92 98 NOTE:Twopoints for a win, onepoint for overtime

Chicago

loss.

Friday's Games TampaBay5, NewJersey4, SO Dallas 5,Minnesota3 Anaheim 2, Chicago1 Columbus 6, Calgary 4 Today's Games Bostonat Philadelphia,10a.m. N.Y. IslandersatPittsburgh,10 am. Nashville atColorado,noon CarolinaatWinnipeg,noon Torontoat Otawa,4p.m. N.Y.RangersatMontreal, 4 p.m. WashingtonatBufalo, 4p.m NewJerseyat Florida, 4:30p.m.

HoustonOpen Friday At RedstoneGolf Club, TournamentCourse Humble, Texas Purse:$8.2 million Yardage:7,441; Par:72 SecondRound 67-67—134 SteveWheatcroft 66-69—135 JasonKokrak 64-71 — 135 D.A. Points 67-70 — 137 BrianDavis 71-66 — 137 StewartCink 68-70 — I38 Bill Haas 66-72 — 138 AngelCabrera Cameron Tringale 65-73 138 John Rollins 65-74—139 70-69—139 Scott Stallings DustinJohnson 69-70—139 HenrikStenson 69-70—139 BenCrane 69-70—139

BrendondeJonge CharleyHoffman JimmyWalker BooWeekley KevinChappeg KeeganBradley HunterHaas BobEstes Billy Horschel John Merrick LeeWestwood Scott Verplank Jeff Overton JoshTeater SteveStricker WesShort,Jr. GregOwen RickyBames RobertStreb Matt Jones CharlesHowell gl Chris Kirk

College

Regional Championship Sunday, March31 Michigan(29-7) vs. Florida(29-7),11:20 a.m.

College Basketball Invitational ChampionshipSeries

Listings are themostaccurate available. TheBulletinis not responsible for late changesmadeby TVor radio stations.

win over Washington in Pac-12 Conference baseball action Fri-

Sony Open Friday At The TennisCenter at CrandonPark Key Biscayne, Fla. Purse: Men,$5.24 million (Masters 1000); Women,$5.19million (Premier) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Men Semifinals David Ferrer(3), Spain, def. Tomm y Haas (15) Germany, 4-6, 6-2,6-3. AndyMurray(2), Britain, def.RichardGasquet (8) France,6-7(3), 6-1,6-2.

Florida62,FloridaGulf Coast50

Artis 5-110-112,Kazemi5-61-311, Dotson5-14 1-1 12, Singler6-112-2 15,Woods1-1 1-23, Loyd 2-5 0-0 5,Austin 0-10-00, Caner0-21-21, Emory 3-104-610. Totals 27-81 10-17 69. LOUISVILLE (32-5) Smith 9-1612-1431,Siva1-51-24, Dieng5-70210, Blackshear 2-30-05, Behanan3-61-3 7, Ware 5 71-211, Hancock2 62 37, Henderson0 00 00 Harrell1-2 0-02,VanTreese0-00-0 0. Totals 28-52 17-26 77. Halltime Louisville 45-31. 3-PointGoals Oregon 5-14(Artis 2-2, Loyd1-2, Singler 1-4,Dotson

7:30p.m.:NBA,Golden State at Portland, KBND-AM 1110, KRCO-AM 690.

shutout to lead Oregon to a1-0

PGA Tour

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TODAY

Regional Semifinals Bridgeport, Conn. Today, March30 Delaware (32-3) vs. Kentucky (29-5), 9:04a.m. Connecticut(31-4)vs.Maryland (26-7),11:30 a.m.

MAJORLEAGUEBASEBALL

9 a.m.: Women's college, NCAA tourney, regional semifinals,

Hassan II, third round, Golf

Friday's results VolcanoesSpring Break At Keizer

LosAngelesatMinnesota,5 p.m. Vancou veratEdmonton 7p.m. PhoenixatSanJose, 7:30p.m.

BRIDGEPORTREGIONAL

Sunday Equestrian: OregonHigh School Equestrian Teams Central Oregon District meetat Deschutes County Fair 8 ExpoCenter inRedmond,8:30a.m.

Oregon, Pac-12 Network.

Network.

Sunday, March31 NotreDam e(33-1)vs. Kansas(20-13), 9:04a.m. Duke(32-2)vs.Nebraska(25-8), 11:32am.

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Justin Leonard CharlieBeljan NicholasThompson GeorgeCoetzee DanielSummerhays D.H. Lee StevenBowditch Jin Park Failed to qualify Scott Brown StuartAppleby Seung-YulNoh John Maginger Martin Laird RyanPamer Martin Flores BrandtSnedeker MichaelBradley BrandenGrace RichardH. Lee RandyLowry Justin Hicks HankKuehne HunterMahan Ky eStanley BenCurtis Scott Langley DavidHearn JasonBohn Sang-MoonBae BryceMolder l.ee Wiliams TagRidings

James Driscoll

Brian Harman MichaelThompson

ArronOberholser RetiefGoosen JonasBlixt ShaneLowry BradFritsch RobertAllenby Troy Kelly Colt Knost GregChalmers FabianGomez Eric Meierdierks Paul Hale8 y Joe Ogilvie

David Lingmerth John Huh John Senden

JoeySnyderRI BrianStuard TrevorImmelman Ryo Ishikawa RobertoCastro PeterTomasulo LukeList George McNeil PatrickReed BenKohles MichaelPutnam Jeff Maggert MarkO'Meara WilliamMcGirt MarcLeishman Bo Van Pelt J.J. Henry KenDuke Will Claxton Alistair Presnell AndresRomero

71-68—139 68-71 139 68-71—139 70-69 — 139 70-70—140 70-70—140 69-71—140 71-69 — 140 68-72 — 140 68-72 — I40 68-72 — 140 72-68 140 67-73—140 74-67—141 73-68 — 141 71-70—141 68-73—141 73-68—141 70-71 — 141 68-73 — I41 69-72—141 71-70—141 70-71—141 70-71 — 141 71-71 — 142 72-70—142 71-71—142 71-71—142 72-70—142 73-69—142 71-71—142 74-68 142 70-72—142 72-70—142 69-73—142 72-70—142 70-72—142 69-73—142 72-70—142 68-74—142 72-71—143 72-71 143 74-69—143 70-73—143 74-69—143 73-70—143 71-72—143 71-72—143 73 70—143 69-74—143 72-71—143 71-72 143 71-72—143 70-73—143 72-71 — 143 72-71 — 143 72-71 — I43 73-70—143 69-74 143 70-74—144 73-71 — 144 72-72 — 144 72-72 — 144 75-69 — 144 74-71 — 145 73-72 — I45 74-71 — 145 73-72 145 75-70—145 72-73—145 71-74—145 71-74—145 73-72—145 74-71 — 145 72-73 — 145 72-73 — I45 71-74 — 145 75-70—145 71-75—146 74-72—146 75-71 — 146 73-73 — 146 70-76—146 74-72—146 73-73—146 72-74—146 71-75—146 73-73 146 71-75—146 71-75—146 73-73—146 76-71 — 147 73-74—147 71-76—147 74-73 147 74-73—147 78-69 — 147 78 69 147 70-77—147 69-78—147 75-72—147 72-75—147 74-73 — I47 74-75 — 149 72-77 149 77-72—149 79-70—149 82-67—149 77-72 — 149 74-75 — 149 72-77 — 149 76-73 — 149 75-74 — I49 80-70—150 78-72 150 72-78—150 75-75—150 72-78—150 78-72—150 70-80—150 75-75—150 73-77 — 150 77-74 — I51

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SOCCER MLS MAJORLEAGUE SOCCER AH TimesPDT

Today'sGames Los Angeleat s Toronto FC,11a.m. PhiladelphiaatNewYork,12:30 p.m. FC Dallaat s NewEngland,1 p.m. Portlandat Colorado,3p.m. Montrealat SportingKansasCity, 5:30 p.m. SanJoseatHouston, 5:30 p.m. Seattle FC at Real Salt Lake,6p.m. VancouveratChivasUSA,7:30p.m.

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL

American League BALTIMOR EORIOLES—Agreedto termswith RHP FreddyGarcia onaminor leaguecontract. Reassigned OF ChrisDickersontotheir minorleaguecamp. CLEVEL ANDINDIANS—TradedCBrianJeroloman to thePittsburghPiratesfor cashconsiderations. DETROITI TGERS—Agreed to terms with Justin Verlanderonaseven-year contract KANSAS CITY ROYALS— Announced C Brett Hayesclearedwawersand wasassigned outright to

Omaha(PCL). MINNESOTATWINS— Placed RHP Tim Wood on the15-dayDL,retroactive March24 Reassigned RHPRichHardenandLHPRafael Pereztotheir minor league camp. NEW YORK YANKEES— Dptioned OF Melky Mesa toScrantonAltfilkes-Barre(IL). AssignedRHP Sam Demeloutright to Scranton/Wikes-Barre. AnnouncedRHPDanny Otero wasclaimedoff waivers by Oakland.Agreedto terms with INFDavid Adams on a minor leaguecontract Designated RHPDavid Aardsmafor assignment. Selectedthe contracts of INF JaysonNix andOFBenFrancisco from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre(IL). ReassignedRHPJim Miler, RHPPrestonClaiborne, RHPBrandenPinder, LHP Juan Cedeno,LHPVidal Nuno,LHPJosh Spence, CBobbyWilson, INFDanJohnson, INFJose Pirela, INF GiVel l azquezandOFThomasNeal to their minor

league camp. OAKLANDATHLETICS— Claimed RHPJosh Stin-

son offwaiversfromMilwaukeeandoptioned himto Midland(Texas). Designatedlor assignmentINFDaric BartonandLHPTravis Blackley. TORONTOBLUEJAYS Claimed RHP Alex Burnett off wawers fromMinnesota andoptioned himto Buffalo (IL). Claimed 18 Clint Robinsonoff wawers from the Pittsburghandoptionedhimto NewHamp-

shire (EL).

National League

CHICAGO CUBS—Assigned Guigermo Moscoso outright toAZLCubs. COLOR ADOROCKIES—Selected the contracts of CYorvitTorrealbaandRHPChris VolstadfromColoradoSprings(PCL). DesignatedRHPWil Harris andC RamonHernandezfor assignment. OptionedOFTyler Colvin toColoradoSprings. MIAMI MARLINS Dptioned C KyleSkipworthto NewOrleans(PCL). NEWYOR KMETS—Selected to thecontracts of RHP LaTroyHawkins, OF Marlon Byrd, LHPScott Rice,RHPScott Atichsonfrom LasVegas(PCL). AssignedLHPDarin Gorski andINFReese Havens outright to LasVegas. Optioned LHPRob Carson to Las Vegas.Reassigned CLandon Powell andINFOmar QuintanigatoLasVegas. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS— Placed RHP Jason Motte on the15-dayDl., retroactive to March 22. OptionedRHPMaikel CletoandOFAdron Chambers toth eMemphis(PCL).ReassignedC RobJohnson, INF Greg Garcia andDFOscar Taverasto their minor league camp. SANFRANCISCOGIANTS—Agreedto terms with CBusterPoseyon anine-year contract. TradedRHP Scott Proctorto Baltimorefor cashconsiderations. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHICAGO BULLS—Re-signedF MaicolmThomas to a second10-daycontract. LOS ANGELESCLIPPERS— Signed G Maalik Waynsfor theremainderof theseason. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS Agreedto terms with GMat Slauso nonaone-yearcontract.Re-signedQBJosh

Mccown to aone-yearcontract. DALLAS COWBOYS—Agreedto termswith QBon asix-yearcontractextension.

WASHINGTONREDSKINS Resigned TE Fred Davis. HOCKEY NationalHockeyLeague BOSTONRED SOX— Assigned D Torey Krug to Providence (AHL) DETROIRE T D WINGS—Agreed to terms with D Dan DeKe yser on a two-yearcontract. AssignedD CarloColaiacovoto GrandRapids(AHL). FLORIDA PANTHERS—Returned D Mike Caruso and DColbyRobakto SanAntonio(AHL). MONTREALCANADIENS— Recalled D Nathan BeaulieutromNorfolk (AHL).AssignedFGabriel DumontandDJarredTinordi to Norfolk. NASHVILLE PREDATORS—Recalled FCraig Smith from Milwaukee (AHL). NEWJERSEYDEVILS—ActivatedLWAlexei Ponikarovsky frominjured reserve. NEWYOR KRANGERS Agreedto terms with D ConorAllen PHOENIX COYOTES—Acquired F Tobias Rieder from Edm onton for FKale Kessy. SAN JOSESHARKS— AssignedG Thomas Greiss Worcester(AHL). COLLEGE OKLAHOM ACITY—Named Kelly Perryassistant athletic directorforcompliance. RUTGER S—AnnouncedsophomoreFMalick Kone plans to transfer. SAN JOSESTATE— Named Dave Wojcik men' s basketballcoach.

Storm baseball splits two at tourney Bulletin staff report KEIZER — After letting one get away against Churchill, Summit rebounded later Friday to drub Moiaiia in five innings during the second day of the Volcanoes Spring Break baseball tournament at Voicanoes Stadium. In the earlier game against the Lancers from Eugene, Storm pitcher Tyler Palfrey was sharp in his first outing of the season, working 4'/a innings with five strikeouts as Summit took a 3-1 lead into the fourth inning. But Churchill rallied to tie the game with two runs in the fourth, then went ahead with two more scores in the sixth and held on for a 5-3 victory. Austin Peters had two hits and two RBIs for the Storm, and Erik Alvstad and Blake Garrison also had two hits apiece in the early game. Against Molalla, Summit broke it open

PREP ROUNDUP with a five-run third inning and rolled to a 12-2 win. Jake Munsell was the winning pitcher for the Storm with four strikeouts over four innings of relief. D.J. Wilson had a big game at the plate for Summit, with three hits — including two doubles — and three RBIs. The Storm (3-4) finished the pool-play portion of the eight-team tournament with a 1-2 record and will play either Sandy or McNary in today's final round starting at ll:30 a.m. In other Friday games: R idgeview 7, Madras 5: MADRAS Mitch Springer was three for three with five RBIs to lead the Ravens past the host White Buffaloes on the final day of the three-day Madras Invitational. Dakota

Schaumburg was the winning pitcher for Ridgeview, which ied 6-0 after three innings. Tyler Ross relieved SchaLtmburg in the sixth inning and preserved the victory with two shutout innings. The Ravens improved to 5-2, while Madras slipped to 6-3. Grant Union 6, Crook County 2: JOHN DAY — The host Prospectors broke a 22 tie with a run in the fifth inning, then added three runs in the sixth to beat the Cowboys on the second day of the Les Schwab Invitational. A run-scoring single by Troy Benton in the first inning and an RBI double by Brandon Alexander in the second gave Crook County an early 2-0 lead, but Grant Union came back on the strength of 10 hits and with the help of five Cowboy errors. Crook County (2-4) concludes play in the tournament today with an ll a.m. game against Scio.


SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2013 • THE BULLETIN

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NBA ROUNDUP

Blazersblow big lead,fall to Jazz The Associated Press P ORTLAND — M o W i l liams was having such a hard time in the first half of Utah's

Heat 108, Hornets 89: NEW ORLEANS — LeBron James scored 36 points, hitting six consecutive 3-pointers in less game Friday night against than six minutes during the t he Trail B l azers t hat h e first half, and Miami rebounddidn't even play in the second ed from its first loss in nearly quarter. t wo months t o b e a t N e w That made Williams mad. Orleans. And that was good for the Timberwolves 101, Thunder Jazz. 93: MINNEAPOLIS — Nikola W illiams r e sponded b y Pekovic had 22 points and 15 scoring 26 of his 28 points in rebounds and Ricky Rubio the second half to lead the added 17 points and seven asJazz to a 105-95 victory over sists to help Minnesota stun the Blazers. Oklahoma City. "You get angry and instead Celtics 118, Hawks107: BOSTON — Paul Pierce had 20 of feeling sorry for yourself, Don Ryan /The Associated Press you come out and be aggres- Portland Trail Blazers guard points, 10 assists and 10 resive," he said. Damian Lillard drives past Utah bounds, and Jeff Green scored P aul M i l lsap a d ded 2 5 Jazz defenders during Friday 27 points to carry Boston to points and 10 rebounds as the night's game in Portland. the victory over Atlanta. Jazz snapped a nine-game losGrizzlies 103, Rockets 94: ing streak on the road, their MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Zach longest since they dropped 17 buzzer. Victor Claver made a Randolph and M ar c G asol straight in the 1981-82 season. layup after a behind-the-back scored 21 points apiece and The victory certainly wiped fake pass that put Portland Memphis snapped a two-game away Williams' frustration. ahead 34-28. losing streak. " Winning does that," h e Derrick F a vors' j u m p er Knicks 111, Bobcats 102: said. "It puts you in a good pulled Utah within 40-38 and NEW YORK — J .R. Smith mood." Jefferson's hook shot tied it scored 37 points, his t h ird The Jazz (37-36) pulled even with 4:41 left in the first half. consecutive 30-point outing, with the Los Angeles Lakers But Portland responded with and New York beat Charlotte for the eighth and final play- a 12-0 run, capped by Nicolas for its season-high seventh off spot in the Western Con- Batum's 3-pointer and Hickstraight victory. ference. The Blazers (33-39) son's jumper to make it 52-40. Magic 97, Wizards 92: ORdropped 3'/2 games back with Jefferson hit a jumper and the LANDO, Fla. — Tobias Harris their third straight loss. Jazz trailed 54-42 at the half. had 30 points and 11 rebounds "Everybody came out f oPortland, playing w ithout t o help O rlando break a n forward LaMarcus Aldridge cused, especially in the second eight-game losing streak. because of a sprained right half. We didn't do agoodjob in 76ers 97, C a valiers 87: a nkle, got 2 4 p o i nts f r o m the first but in the second half CLEVELAND — Evan Turner rookie Damian L i llard. J.J. we came out with a different scored 23 points and PhiladelHickson added 17 points and attitude," Millsap said. phia sent Cleveland to its season-high seventh straight loss. 14 rebounds. Gordon Hayward made a The Jazz trailed 92-86 with pair of 3-pointers that pulled Raptors 99, Pistons 82: AU3:48 remaining when they the Jazz within 64-61 midway BURN HILLS, Mich. — Detook off on a closing 19-3 run, through the third quarter. Wil- Mar DeRozan and Rudy Gay led by Williams with 12 points. liams added a pair of layups to scored 21 points apiece and Williams made a 12-footer and give Utah a 65-64 lead. Toronto ended a f i ve-game Randy Foye added a layup and Claver's dunk put the Blaz- skid by extending Detroit's free throw with 2:57 remain- ers back ahead 72-70 before home losing streak to eight ing to go ahead 93-92, and the the quarter was over. It was games. Jazz led the rest of the way. b ack and f o rt h u n ti l E r i c Spurs 104, Clippers 102: Al Jefferson had 22 points Maynor made a 3-pointer that SAN ANTONIO — Tim Dunand eight rebounds in Utah's gave Portland an 85-80 lead can had a s e ason-high 34 third straight win. with 7:55 left. points, including a game-winThe Jazz were coming off It was Utah's 14th comeback ning three-point play with 2.2 a 103-88 victory at home over victory in a game in which the seconds left, and San Antothe Suns on Wednesday, but it Jazz trailed by more than 10 nio outlasted the Los Angeles was costly. Center Enes Kant- points. Clippers. "If we lay everything we er, averaging 7.2 points and Nuggets 109, Nets 87: DEN4.3 rebounds, dislocated his have on the floor and come up VER — Rookie Evan Fournier left shoulder. It is not known short, we can deal with that," scored a season-high 19 points, when he might return. Utah coach Tyrone Corbin including 10 i n t h e f o u rth The Blazers took a 30-22 said. "But we can't hold any- quarter, and Denver extended lead on W esley M atthews' thing back at this point." its home winning streak to 18 3-pointer at the first-quarter Also on Friday: games by beating Brooklyn.

NBA SCOREBOARD Standings NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION All TimesPDT

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vors. Rebounds —Utah47(Favors, Milsap 10), Portland 42 (Hickson 141.Assists—Utah25 (Hayward 8), Portland 22(Lilard 7).Total Fouls—Utah23,Portland 18. A —19,527(19,980).

Spurs 104, Clippers 102 LA. CLIPPERS (102)

Butler 4-91-1 11,Griffin 7-204-518, Jordan4-4 1-8 9, Paul5-144-414, WGreen4-6 0-010, Hollins 1-2 0-02, Crawford7-12 0-016, Barnes2-41-1 6, Bledso e 4-60-0 8,Odom 3-4 1-2 8.Totals 41-81 12-21 102. SANANTONIO(104) Leonard2-60-04, Dtlncan 12-1910-1034, SPlitter6-92-214, Parker9-155-624, DGreen 2-40-06, Ginobili012-22,Diaw1-21-1 3,Jackson1-30 02, Neal 3-100-08 DeColo2-40-05, Boilner1-1 0-02. TotaIs39-7420-21 104. LA. Clippers 28 3 4 17 23 — 102 Satt Atttottio

30 31 2 4 1 9 — 104

Grizzlies103, Rockets 94 HOUSTON (94) Parsons5-93-416 Motielunas7-110-016, Asik 3-5 0-0 6, Lin3-9 2-2 8, Harden3-9 0-0 7, Robinson 2-10 1-2 5,Smith 1-10-2 2, Beverley2-7 4 4 9, Deltiilo 4-0 5-515, Anderson 4-92-210. Totals 34-81 17-21 94. MEMPHIS(103) Prince 4 92 210,Randolph6129-1021, Gasol 8-12 5-521,Conley5-0 3-415, Allen 8-120-016, Pondexter0-5 0-00, Arthur1-3 0-0 2, Bayless6-11 0-014, Davis2-40-04. Totals 40-7919-21103. Houston 29 24 16 25 — 94 Memphis 31 30 23 19 — 103

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Timderwolves101, Thunder 93

Friday's Games Orlando97,Washington 92 Boston11B,Atlanta107 NewYork111,Charlotte102 Philadelphia97, Cleveland87 Toronto99,Detroit 82 Memphis103 ,Houston94

OKLAHOMA CITY (93) Durant 13-199-9 36, Ittaka4-10 2-410, Perkins 1-3 00 2,Westbrook7-173518, Sefolosha45 00 10, Martin1-9224, Jackson4100 08, Fisher1-4 003, collison01 000, Thabeet1-100z Totals 36-79 16-2093.

Minltesota101,OklahomaCity 93 Miami108,NewOrleans89

SanAntonio104,LA.Clippers102 Denver109,Brooklyn87 Utah105,Portland 95

Today's Games

Chicago al Dallas,11a.m. OrlandoatAtlanta, 4p.m LA. ClippersatHouston, 5 p.m. MemphisatMinnesota,5p.m. CharlotteatPhiladelphia, 5 p.m. Oklahoma City al Milwaukee,5:30p.m. BrooklynatUtah,6pm. Indianaat Phoenix, 7p.m. L.A. Lakers at Sacramento, 7p.m. Portlandal GoldenState, 7:30p.m.

Summaries Friday's Games

Jazz 105, Blazers 95 UTAH(105) Hayward4-8 0-0 10,Milsap10-14 5-625, Jefferson11-210-022,M. Wiliams10-196-628, Foye 1-53 35, Favors681-313, Ma Wiliams 030 00, Burks 1-60-0 2,Tinsley 0-20-0 0, Evans0-0 0-0 0 Totals 43-86 15-18105.

PORTLAND (95)

Battlm 4-66-7 17,Hickson8-111-417, Leonard 5-0 2-212, Lillard7-1610-1424, Matthews3-10441z Freeland 0 2 000, Maynor3 50 07, Claver360-1 6,Babbitt0-00-00. TotaIs33-6723-3295. utah ' 22 20 32 31 — 105 Portland 30 22 23 20 — 95 3-PointGoals—Utah4-19 (M Wiliams2-5, Hayward 2-6, Ma.Wiliams0-1, Tinsley0-2, Bl/rks 0-2, Foye0-3), Portland6-13 (Battlm3-4, Matthews2-4, Mayilor1-1, Lillard0-1, Claver0-3). FouledOttt—Fa-

MINNEsoTA (101)

Kirilenko 5-111-212, Wiliams2-81-26, Pekovic 10-16 2-2 2ZRubio4-11 8 817, Ridrlol/r 3-75-711,

Barea3-90-06,Budinger4-83-413, Cunningham490-08, Shved1-32-24,Stiemsma1-10-OZTotals 37-83 22-27 101. Oklahoma City 2 3 2 5 29 16 — 93 Minnesota 23 30 27 21 — 101

New York

38 31 19 23 — 111

Raptors 99, Pistons 82 TDRDNT0 (99) Gay 7-t4 4-621,Johnson9-11 2-220, Valanciunas 7-110-014, Lowry2-4 0-0 4, DeRozan 10-20

1-1 21, Anderson3-80-0 7, Fields 3-70-06, Lttcas 0-2 0-0 0,Ross3-5 0-06. Totals 44-82 7-9 99.

DETROIT (82)

Singler 5-122-413, Monroe3-115-611, Drummond 8-101-417, Calderorl3-7 0-0 8, Knight 1-4 2-34,Stuckey0-30-0 0,Maxiell0-3 0-00,Jerebko 9-14 2-220, English2-7 0-06, Middleton 0-42-22, Kravtsov O-t 1-21 TotaIs 31-76 15-23 82. Toronto 19 27 36 17 — 99 Detroit 26 19 15 22 — 82

Celtics 118, Hawks 107 ATLANTA (107) Smith 7-233-4 18,Johnson2-4 1-2 5, Petro23 0-0 4, Teague 7-13 3-4 17, Stevenson1-6 0-0 3, Tolliver 4-72-2 14,Jones3-7 0-06, Korver3-6 0-0 7, Mack5-91-2 12,Jeilkiils 0-02-22, Scott 6-1078 19. Totals40-88 19-24 107.

BOSTON (118) Green0-202-3 27,Bass5-73-3 13,Wilcox 2-2

0-04, Bradley3 72 28, Pierce8182-320, Lee0-0 2-2 2, Terry7-105-6 24, Crawford2-8 0-0 5, Randolph 4-61-29, TWiliams 3-50-06. TotaIs 45-83 17-21 118. Atlanta 30 26 24 27 — 107 Boston 32 34 26 26 — 118

76ers97, Cavaliers 87 PHILADELPHIA (97) Tyouilg 9-130-218, Turner9-173-4 23, Hawes 7-17 0-0 16,Holiday9-20 0-0 20, Wilkins 2-3 3-4 7, Pargo1-20-02, Wright1-60-03,Allen2-40-0 4, Ivey13002, Moultrie1-1 00Z Totals4286 6-10 97. CLEVELAN(87) D Gee3-100-06, Thompson4-0 2-710, ze ler 7100 014, Livingston5-150-010, Ellington5-140 0 10, Gibson2-2 0-0 5,Walton 2-40-0 5, Miles 7-0 3-4 19,Quinn1-30-02, Speights1-64-46. Totals 37-86 9-1587. Philadelphia 19 2 63 2 20 — 97 Cleveland 24 21 21 21 — 87

Magic97, Wizards 92

MIAMI (108)

NEWORLEANS (89)

Harkless6-175-618, Harris11-216-730,O'Quinn 2-4 0-0 4,Nelson1-30-0 2,Jones1-4 0-0 2,Udlih 2-8 5-610, Nicholson6-122-214, Moore7-13 0-1 15, Lamb1-40-0z Totals 37-8618-2297. Washington 23 23 25 21 — 92 Orlando 24 34 20 19 — 97

James13-203-536, Haslem1-4 2-24, Bosh5-8 0 010 Wade70 3 4 17, MMiller r 512 6 Allen 3-50-06, Cole5-60-012, Battier3-50-09,Andersen 2-31-1 5, Lewis1-1 0-2 3,Howard0-0 0-00, Anthony0-00-0 0, Jones0-10-0 0. Totals 42-69 10-16 108. Amintl 3-61-2 7, Davis5-101-211, LoPez2-4 2-2 6 Roberts6-140-013, Gordon3-11 10-1017,

Anderson8-152220, DMIller 3 40 07, Mason0 4 0-00,Amundson1-10-02, Harris 0-10-00, Thomas

3-4 0-0 6.Totals 34-74 16-18 89. Miami 32 28 21 27 — 108 New0rleans 22 2 1 17 29 — 89

Knicks 111, Bobcats102 CHARLOTTE (102) Kldd-Gilchnst6-0 2-2 14,McRoberts2-42-26, Biyombo1-20-4 2, Walker6-193-416, Henderson 9-1615-17 35Gordon4-90-012, Taylor3-42-28, Pargo3-80-09.Totals34-7324-31102. NEWYORK(111) Anthonyu-2891032,Shumpert24228, Martin 2-52-46, Prigioni0-10-00, Felton7-112-218, Smith12-1811-1237,Novalt1-20-03, Kidd1-40-0 3,Camby1-2 0-0 2,Copeland 1-2 0-02,White0-0 0-0 0. Totals38-77 26-30111. Charlotte 20 27 22 33 — 102

Florida knocksout FGCU, advances to regional final The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas — Florida G u lf Coast put on one last show at the NCAA tournament. The high-flying kids from "Dunk City" — the No. 15 seed few people even knew of on Selection Sunday — were hitting 3-pointers, had a highlight alley-oop and seemed like they were just getting started against one of the big schools from Florida. SEC regular-season champion Florida, the No. 3 seed, was getting an all-too-close look at what everybody has enjoyed watching this March. But Michael Frazier's only two baskets of the night got the Gators on their own run, and FGCU's improbable NCAA tourney run to the round of 16 came to an end Friday. Frazier's 3-pointers came from the left side, directly in front of the FGCU bench, to start a 16-0 run late in the first half. That put the Gators ahead to stay on the way to a 62-50 victory. "Stepping into a situation like this where you have everybody against us, we've got to block everything out. Just treat this like a road game," said Mike Rosario, who led the Gators with 15 points. "I thought we did a great job of blocking everything out and focusing on the next play." Florida is going to its third straight NCAA regional final, even after the Eagles jumped out to an early 11-point lead. The Gators (297) and their roster filled with NCAA tourney experience were just too strong and too good. FGCU matched its season low for points. Once Frazier hit his shots, things just rolled downhill for the Eagles (26-11), whose program is so new they were only in their sec-

MEN'5 COLLEGE BASKETBALL: NCAA TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP ond season of eligibility for the tournament. The baskets started a 4t/2-minute span when the Eagles couldn't even get off a shot. They missed their only field goal attempt while turning the ball over four times in that stretch. The slump finally ended when Sherwood Brown, the Eagles dreadlocked senior showman, made a layup in the final minute to get Florida Gulf Coast back within 30-26 by halftime. In other games on Friday: SOUTH REGIONAL Michigan 87, Kansas 85:ARLINGTON, Texas — Trey Burke scored all 23 of his points after halftime, including a long, tying 3-pointer in the final seconds of regulation, and Michigan rallied to beat Kansas. The fourth-seeded Wolverines wiped out a 10-point Kansas lead in the last 3 minutes of regulation, and Burke gave them their first lead since early in the game with another long 3 pointer to open Michigan's scoring in overtime. MIDWEST REGIONAL Duke 71, Michigan State 61: INDIANAPOLIS — Seth Curry shot Duke right into the regional finals — and put Mike Krzyzewski on the verge of another major milestone. Curry scored 29 pointsto lead the second-seeded Blue Devils past third-seeded Michigan State and into the Midwest Regional final. If Duke

(30-5) beats top-seeded Louisville (32-5) in Sunday's regional final, Krzyzewski would tie John Wooden's record with 12 Final Four trips.

MatChuPS fOr tOday'S NCAA tOurnament gameS Regionalfinals; all timesPDT

WASHINGTON (92) Webster 7-1B 4 419, Booker 3 7 1-2 7, Okafor 3-5 3-4 9,Wall 0-28 12-14 35, Temple2-9 2-2 7, Singleton0-02-2 2,Ariza2-60-05, Seraphin2-5 0-0 4, Price0-24-44, Martin0-10-00,t/esely 0-00-00 Totals30-81 28-32 92.

Heat108, Hornets 89

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Florida's Mike Rosario (3) is pursued by Florida Gulf Coast's Sherwood Brown (25) and Chase Fieler (20) during the first half of Friday night's regional semifinal game in Arlington, Texas.

ORLANDO (97)

Nuggets109, Nets87 BROOK LYN(87) Walace 2-60-0 5, Evans5-7 5-9 15,Lopez415 3-9 11, williams5-13 r-7 19, Bogans0-6 0-0 0, Brooks4-130-0 8, Blatche8-11 0-216, Watson 1-21-3 4, Stackhouse 0-1 0-0 0, Taylor1-3 0-0 2, Humphries2-22-2 6 Teletovic0-00-0 0, Shengelia 0-01-4 t Totals 32-7918-3687. DENVER (109) Gallinari 5-121-211,Faried2-2 0-24, Koutos6-8 1-413,AMiller4-94-4 12,Iguodala4-50-29, Chander 4 87-816, Brewer5-9 2213, McGee4-7 0 08, Fournier696619, Mozgov0-00 00,Randolph00 0-00, Hamilton1-30-1 2, Q.Miler1-20-02 Totals 42-7421-31 109. Brooklyn 23 15 28 21 — 87 Denver 26 29 25 29 — 109

a 74-71 setback at Marquette, or the Golden Eagles, who in

contributions from several sources. Malcolm Armstead, Carl Hall and Ron Baker were the scorers against the championship. Point guard Explorers, but Cleanthony Michael Carter-Williams makes Early had come up big in earlier the Orange go, and Vander Blue victories over Pittsburgh and top-seededGonzaga.Ohio State leads a Marquette team that has become the cardiac kids. broke in four new starters this The Buckeyes knocked outlowa season.

the preseason were picked seventh in the Big East race?

WEST REGION

EAST REGION No. 4 Syracusevs. No. 3 Marquette, 1:30 p.m. PDT on CBS

What path is more improbable, the Orange reaching this point losing four of its final five in

the regular season, including

Either way, the Final Four is getting an unexpected entry and a Big East team in the final year of existence

as it's currently configured. Both teams were impressive regional semifinal winners, the Orange manhandling Indiana, which was befuddled offensively against the 2-3

zone defense, and Marquette

Ducks Continued from C1 S mith matched hi s c a reer high with 31 points, and Ware made a layup to end Oregon's late rally that pulled the Ducks within 70-64 with 5:12 to play. "When you leta good team like Louisville be the aggressor," Oregon coach Dana Altman said, "they're tough to beat." The Cardinals (32-5) were barely tested in either of their first two games in the NCAA tournament, beating North C arolina A8 T b y 3 1 a n d Colorado State by 26. They set an N CA A t o urnament record with 20 steals against A8T, outrebounded one of the country's best rebounding teams in Colorado State and left both teams with ugly shooting lines. But Smith's hacking cough from the last few days is making its way around the Louisville team, and it was clear from the start this wasn't going to be another juggernaut performance by the Cardinals. Peyton Siva spent the last 15:19 of the first half on the bench after picking up his

dominating Miami. Syracuse and Marquette last made a Final Four together in 2003, the year of Jim Boeheim's

No. 9 Wichita State vs. No. 2 OhioState,4:05 p.m. PDT, CBS Now the Shockers are making it look easy. They never trailed in hammering La Salle to reach their first regional final since

1981, when they beat Kansas in the Sweet16. Wichita State seeks its second Final Four in school history (1965 was the first), with a squad that gets

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State and Arizona with three-

pointers in the final seconds and the common threat was point guard Aaron Craft, who beat the Cyclones with his shot

and drew the double team and foundLaQuinton Rossopen for the game-winner against the Wildcats. The only No. 9

seed to reach the Final Four? Penn, in1979, the first year the

tournament was seeded. — McClatchy-Tribt/ne News Service

out a little bit looser and more prepared, and that's as much my fault as it is the team. We were just stuck in the mud those first 10 minutes." Early foul trouble didn't

help, with Loyd picking up his thir d b e fore h a lftime and Dominic Artis and Carlos Emory playing the last six minutes of the half with two. Nor did a slow start by Damyean Dotson, who didn't make a field goal until five m inutes were gone in t h e second half. But the Ducks aren't a team Michael Conroy/The Associated Press that gives in. After losing six Louisville center Gorgui Dieng of their last 11 regular-season blocks a shot by Oregon forgames, the Ducks have been ward Carlos Emory (33) during on a tear. They won the Pacthe second half of Friday 12 tournament, then upset night's game in Indianapolis. Oklahoma State and Saint Louisville won77-69. Louis last weekend. After Luke Hancock's 3pointer capped a 12-2 run second foul, and Louisville that put Louisville up 66-48, wasn't nearly as stingy on de- the Ducks would make six fense as it's been. straight field goals. When Not that Oregon could take D otson knocked d ow n a much advantage of it early, jumper with 5:12 remaining, falling behind by 16 before it got Oregon within six, the the midpoint of the first half. closest it had been since early "I didn't feel like we put in the first half. It's the closest anyone had our best foot forward in the first half," Altman said. "I'm been to Louisville since the disappointed we didn't come Big East tournament.


C4

TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2013

National Continued from C1 "The Giants have proven t hemselves, especially w i t h their pitching staff," Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw said. "A lot of people are talking about us. But talk is all it is. I'm not trying to downplay the expectations. Of course, we hear them. But we have to do it on the field. That's all that really matters." Don't forget about the Diamondbacks, either. General manager Kevin Towers traded away talented center fielder Justin Upton and right-hander Trevor Bauer over the winter, but received an i n teresting haul in return. Ian Kennedy, Wade Miley and Trevor Cahill form theheart ofa strong rotation, and Randall Delgado, Tyler Skaggs and Patrick Corbin

Michael Young should provide a steady presence at third base and speedy center fielder Ben Revere came over in a trade with Minnesota. Mike Adams will help the Phillies get the ball to Jonathan Papelbon, who saved 38 games in his first year with Philadelphia. "We're a complete team," shortstop Jimmy Rollins said. "We're not going out there with role players. We're going out there with everyday play-

ers, every game." New York Mets: Al l -Star third baseman David Wright committed to New York by

The prolific lineup that produced an NL-best 776 runs returns largely intact, with speed in Carlos Gomez and Norichika Aoki an d p ower in Corey Hart and A r amis Ramirez. Then there is Ryan Braun, who can do it all. Hart is hoping to return in late April following surgery on his right knee, and Braun could be headed for a chilly reception w hen the Brewers hitthe road after the slugger was linked to a controversial clinic in Florida during the offseason. Chicago Cubs:The Cubs are

encouraged by the progress agreeing to an eight-year, $138 of prospects Albert Almora, million deal over the winter. He may have to wait for a while to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2006. NL Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey was traded to Toronto in December, bring-

Jorge Soler and Javier Baez. And that's going to have to be enough for now, because the rebuilding project under Theo Epstein is still at least a year

provide good young pitching ing back a group of prospects

Chicago for a $52 million,

depth. W ashington won th e N L East last season by four games over Atlanta, finishing with the best record in baseball. But it was eliminated in the division series when it blew a 7-5 lead in the ninth inning of Game 5 against St. Louis. The Nationals then signed closer Rafael Soriano in free agency and traded for Denard Span to add more speed to their dynamic lineup. With Stephen Strasburgallclear for a full year atop the rotation, this could be another memorable summer in the nation's capital. Atlanta will field one of the best young outfields in baseball after signing B.J. Upton in free agency and trading for Justin Upton to play alongside Jason Heyward. The potential extends to the rest of the lineup, which includes first baseman Freddy Freeman and shortstop Andrelton Simmons, both just 23 years old. Like Washington and Atlanta, Cincinnati is hoping for a long postseason run after a disappointing finish a year ago. The Reds had the Giants on the ropes in the division series, then d ropped t hree straight games. Shin-Soo Choo came over in a trade with Cleveland and addresses Cincinnati's gaping hole at the leadoff spot. But he is making the transition to center field and was hampered by back spasms in spring training. If he can't play center, then Jay Bruce could move over from right. A look at the NL in predicted order of finish:

four-year contract, providing a workhorse for the rotation. But right-hander Matt Garza will miss the start of the season with a strained left lat. The rebuilding process could get a boost ifGarza, closer Carlos M armol and o u tfielder A l fonso Soriano play well, making them attractive targets for teams ready to win right now. That most certainly isn't the Cubs, who are looking to build on their solid young nucleus of shortstop Starlin Castro, first baseman Anthony Rizzo and Gold Glove second baseman Darwin Barney.

EAST Washington Nationals:With Strasburg and NL Rookie of the Year Bryce Harper slated for a full season for the first time, there's a lot to love about the loaded Nationals. Strasburg went 15-6 with a 3.16 ERA in 2012 before he was shut down after 159'/3 innings out of concern for his arm in his first season back

from Tommy John surgery. The move was the subject of much debate, but the righthander is free of any such restriction this year. Harper also gets a full year after he began last season in the minors. Dan Haren, who has won at least 12 games in each of the past eight seasons, joins the strong rotation, and Soriano should help shore up the back end of the bullpen. The pressure is on All-Star shortstop Ian Desmond, second baseman Danny Espinosa and first baseman Adam LaRoche to duplicate their solid seasons

from a year ago. Atlanta Braves: Even with the Uptons in the fold, the key to Atlanta's season could be the return of catcher Brian McCann following s urgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. McCann hit a career-low .230 last year, when he was hampered by the injury for much of the season. The sixtime All-Star also had 67 RBIs for his lowest total since he was a rookie in 2005. He won't be ready for the start of the season, making Gerald Laird the likely opening-day starter, but Atlanta is hoping for a return to the form that made him one of the majors' top catchers. Philadelphia Phillies: There is plenty of talent in Philly. The question hanging over the Phillies' key players is can they stay on the field enough to make a difference. Ace right-hander Roy Halladay was hampered by lower back and shoulder problems last year. New right fielder Delmon Young will begin the season on the DL, and key sluggers Ryan Howard and Chase Utley have dealt with major injuries in recent years.

but making it all the more difficult for the Mets to contend this year. Jason Bay was cut loose, leaving behind an inexperienced outfield. To make m atters worse, Wright could be sidelined at the start of the season due to a rib strain and left-hander Johan Santana is out for the season and may be done playing for the Mets. Miami Marlins: There should be plenty of nice seats available for the second season at Marlins Park after Miami traded away many of its best players over the winter, angering the team's fan base in South Florida. Shortstop Jose Reyes and pitchers Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle were dealt to Toronto, and manager Ozzie Guillen was fired. Mike Redmond takes over on the bench, and there is little to work with for his first managerial job. CENTRAL Cincinnati Reds: Joey Votto was still one tough out when he returned last season following left knee surgery. But his power was noticeably absent when the Reds were eliminated by the Giants in the first round of the playoffs. Fast forward to this spring, when the 2010 NL MVP felt so good that he played for Canada in the World Baseball Classic. It was a great sign for a Cincinnati team hoping to win more than just another division title this year. Todd Frazier gets third base all to himself after hitting.273 with 19 homers, and shortstop Zack Cozart looks to improve on his .246 average from his rookie season. St. Louis Cardinals:No more Chris Carpenter, who is sidelined by a career-threatening arm injury. No Rafael Furcal, either. He went down with a season-ending elbow i njury during spring training. Kyle Lohse remains a free agent, but no one expects him back, either. Heck, even manager Mike Matheny was s idelined by back surgery this month. While St. Louis had a rough offseason, there are reasons for hope. Sluggers Matt Holliday, Allen Craig and Carlos Beltran are back to anchor a dangerous lineup, and bright young arms Trevor Rosenthal, Shelby Miller and Joe Kelly could have an impact in the rotation and bullpen. The Cardinals have made the playoffs in three of the past four years, and they will need some of their young players to step up to continue that postseason trend. Pittsburgh Pirates: Andrew McCutchen is coming off a breakthrough p e r formance, and thepressure is on to come up with an appropriate sequel in 2013. The All-Star center fielder hit .327 with 31 homers and 96 RBIs last year, helping Pittsburgh contend for much of the summer before another late fade sent the Pirates to their 20th straight losing season. The big offseason acquisition was All-Star catcher Russell Martin, who signed a $17 million, two-year deal as a free agent.He provides a veteran presencebehind the plate and some pop for the lineup. Closer Joel Hanrahan w as traded to Boston, leaving journeyman Jason Grilli to pick up the slack after another solid year as a setup man. Milwaukee Brewers:Milwaukee gotoff to a terrible start last year, then closed with a 27-13 push that nearly got the team back into the playoffs. While there are several questions about the rotation, the Brewers are hoping the end of lastseason ismore representative of the club than the begin-

ning of last year.

away. Edwin Jackson signed with

WEST

San Francisco Giants:Romo was one of the breakout stars in San Francisco's title run last year. The animated righthander was 1-0 with a sparkling 0.84 ERA in 10 playoff games, collecting four saves in four opportunities. N ow R om o b e g ins t h e season as the closer, and it remains tobe seen ifhe can handle the challenges of the role over the whole year. If he falters, there are plenty of people who can pick up the slack. Javier Lopez, Santiago Casilla and Jeremy Affledteach saved at least three games last year. The Giants may not need as many saves with their lineup largely in place from the end of last season. Steady second baseman Marco Scutaro and outfielder Hunter Pence each came over in trades during San Francisco's run to the division title.

Los Angeles Dodgers: The Dodgers' feel-good spring was stymied by a double dose of bad news. First, Greinke was diagnosed wit h i n f l ammation in the back of his right elbow. Then shortstop Hanley Ramirez hurt his right thumb in the World Baseball Classic and was expected to be sidelined for eight weeks. Greinke seemed to be fine after a short rest, but the problem with Ramirez will linger into the season. Dee Gordon or Luis Cruz could be at short-

stop on opening day. The injuries for Greinke and Ramirez curtailed what had been a healthy spring for Los Angeles. Carl Crawford is on his way back following left elbow surgery, and Matt Kemp appears to be ready to go following October surgery on his left shoulder. Arizona Diamondbacks:One of the most uplifting scenes this spring was Brandon McCarthy back on the mound for the first time since he was struck by a liner up the middle last September. The 6-foot-7 right-hander sustained an epidural hemorrhage, brain contusion and skull fracture in the freak accident, then left Oakland for a free-agent deal with Arizona. He joins a s t rong r otation fronted by 15-game winner Ian Kennedy and right-hander Trevor Cahill. Colorado Rockies:The Rockies are pinning their hopes on a pair of shortstops. W alt Weiss became t h e manager inNovember, replacing Jim Tracy. He served as the Rockies' shortstop from 1994-97 before wrapping up

his 14-year big league career with three years in Atlanta. He inherits a club coming off a franchise-worst 64-98 season and a last-place finish in the NL West.

American

winner Cabrera and Fielder sounds difficult, but Detroit did Continued from C1 it. Martinez is back from the Toronto Blue Jays: The disabled list and Torii Hunter is Blue Jays proved this win- here to provide a potent lineup ter how they think the 20th with even more punch. anniversary of Joe Carter's Justin Verlander leads a World Ser i e s-clinching solid rotation with Max Scherhomer in 1993 should be zer and late-season addition celebrated — with their first Anibal Sanchez. But who will trip back to the playoffs close after Jose Valverde's since that dramatic win. meltdown i n t h e p l a yoffs? GM Alex A n thopoulos Manager Jim Leyland may went on a t r ading spree g ive h a rd-throwing m i n o r that would make fantasy leaguer Bruce Rondon a shot, owners jealous, unload- but he's never pitched in the ing spare parts and pros- big leagues and he's struggled pects for Dickey, the NL some this spring. Cy Young Award winner, Chicago White Sox: The Reyes, All-Star game MVP White Sox made a surprising Melky Cabreraand former run under first-year manager aces Josh Johnson and Robin Ventura, leading the diMark Buehrle. vision into September before The dynamic Reyes and fading.They've locked up Sale Cabrera, returning from a with a five-year, $32.5 million 50-game drug suspension, contract, re-signed a rejuveshould set the table for Jose nated Jake Peavy and brought B autista and Edwin E n in Jeff Keppinger to help boost carnacion. How Bautista's a league-worst .221 average in surgically repaired wrist the No. 2 hole. responds to the rigors of evO ne trouble spot i n t h e eryday play and how Reyes lineup was caused by letting oft-injured legs do on the catcher A.J.Pierzynski leave turf will determine how po- for Texas through free agency. tent this offense is. Tyler Flowers is ready behind Toronto's revamped ofthe plate but he's going to need fense and rotation could be to help make up for the loss of undermined by the back 27 homers by Pierzynski. end of the bullpen. Casey Kansas City Royals:Trading Janssen, filled i n n i cely away their top prospect, outas the closer when Sergio fielder Wil Myers, for pitchers Santos hurt his shoulder. James Shields and Wade Davis But Janssen had offseason was a big gamble for the Roysurgery and started slowly als to make. But along with Erin spring training. vin Santana, the three are beNew York Yankees: The ing counted on to turn around aging Yankees came into the Royals biggest problem camp in poor health and area: starting pitching. things quickly got worse. If Mik e M oustakas, Eric They'll start t h e s eason Hosmer and Jeff Francoeur with Curtis G r anderson, can rebound at t h e p l ate, Mark Teixeira, Alex Rodrithen the Royals could surguez and likely Derek Jeter prisesome people and end its on the disabled list. streak of nine straight losing New York w i l l c o u nt seasons. o n spare parts such as Cleveland Indians:The IndiJuan Rivera and Brennan ans spent money this winter, Boesch, oft-injured Travis all right. Will it help? Hard to Hafner and Kevin Youkisay. lis to keep Brett Gardner No matter how many runs and Ichiro Suzuki zipping Nick Swisher, Michael Bourn, around the bases until the Drew Stubbs and Mark Reynbig hitters return. olds produce for new manager But a top pitching staff Terry Francona, the s t artled by CC Sabathia, who's ing rotation is still a glaring coming back from offsea- problem. Ubaldo Jimenez, the son elbow surgery, and centerpiece of atrade-deadcloser Rivera, r eturning line deal in July 2011, led the from a torn ACL for one league in losses last year and last season, could help this has struggled this spring, and club to their 18th trip to the newcomer Scott Kazmir was postseason in 19 years. pitching in a n i n d ependent Boston Red Sox: Th e league last year. one-year experiment with Minnesota Twins:Joe Mauer Bobby Valentine a b ust, and Justin Morneau appear to B oston turned to it s o l d be at full health, but the Twins pitching coach John Farrell a ppear headed for a t h i r d to guide the club out of last straight last-place finish in the Central because their rotation place (69-93). The Red Sox brought in is such a question mark with Ryan Dempster. They need newcomer Mike Pelfrey comJon Lester, Clay Buchholz ing off Tommy John surgery, to return to form, and John Scott Diamond still rehabbing Lackey to be effective after after minor arm surgery and missing all last season be- Kevin Correia getting hit hard cause of elbow surgery. this spring. Boston was beset by inGM Terry Ryan traded Dejuries last year. A full sea- nard Span and Ben Revere for son from Jacoby Ellsbury, prospects and the Twins' farm of Madras — not to men- system is flush, but help is still tion another MVP-caliber a year or two away. season like he had in 2011 — would go a long way WEST to helping an offense that Texas Rangers:After an emcould be without David Or- barrassing collapse in the final tiz (heels) for a time at the week of the season and a loss in start of the season. the wild-card game, the RangBaltimore Orioles: The ers then irked some fans. They didn't open their wallet to keep Orioles under vice president of baseball operations Hamilton or Mike Napoli and Dan Duquette and mantraded the team's career hits ager Buck Showalter made leader, Young, to the Phillies. a stunning turnaround last There's no panic in Texas, season, going from a team though, and rightly so. The that lost 93 games to winRangers' lineup is still formining a wild-card spot with a dable, with MV P c andidate 93-69record — Baltimore's Adrian Beltre, Ian Kinsler and first winning season in 15 Nelson Cruz. The feisty Pieryears. zynski hit a c areer-high 27 And they did it with exu- homers for the White Sox last berance, wracking up wins season and could approach in 16 straight extra-inning that number again in Texas' games and going 29-9 in homey ballpark. And, the club one-run games, taking the has the top young position Yankees to a fifth game in the division series. The luck Arsrxmwg ,d '»-, could run out, though, in the I~ s ~IQ, rugged East. 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CENTRAL Detroit Tigers:The Tigers feel they have some unfinished business to take care of after being so handily swept by the San Francisco Giants, and the only thing that could keep them from a return trip to the World Series is their bullpen. Improving a lineup anchored by T r iple Crown

Los Angeles Angels: Fans will be sticking to their seats when the hitters are taking their hacks, but when Weaver's not on the mound the concession lines could get a little

long. Weaver's an ace and C.J. Wilson can be a formidable No. 2, although he had an up-and-down first season in C alifornia. After t h at, w h o knows? The Angels brought in Jason Vargas, Joe Blanton and Tommy Hanson to fill out their rotation. The three went a combined 37-34 last year and Vargas was the only one to have an ERA under 4.00. The bullpen doesn't offer much more confidence.Ryan Madson was signed away from Cincinnati to be the closer, but he's coming off Tommy John surgery and was recently shut down for astretch because of elbow tightness. Oakland Athletics: The A's

rode a young pitching staff — five rookies at times after Bartolo Colon was suspended for 50 games for a drug violation — and the surprising performances by players such as Brandon Moss and Josh Donaldson to the West title. Can they repeat the magic that produced a majors-best 14 walkoff wins when Moss likely slugs at a percentage closerto his career average of .442 rather than the .596? Ces-

pedes appears ready to be a breakout star and his production will be key. Jed Lowrie's addition should help perk up the middle infield. For Oakland to pull off another stunner in this division, it's going to need ace-in-themaking Brett A n derson to remain healthy and the veteran Colon to help bolster the young staff. Seattle Mariners: Step one in the Mariners' long-term health is taken care of: they locked up 2010 Cy Young Award winner Felix Hernandez with a $175 million, seven-year contract. Now, they need everything else to follow. S eattle improved one o f baseball's worst offenses by bringing in Kendrys Morales, Michael Morse, Jason Bay and Raul Ibanez. The Mariners really are hoping Jesus Montero lives up to the potential he showed as a late-season callup with the Yankees in 2011 — and led them to trade top young p itcher M i chael Pineda to New York for the catcher-designated hitter. T he addition of t h e A s tros in the West should help their record some, but Seattle could be in for another dreary summer. Houston Astros:The inexperienced,overmatched Astros are going to be fodder for the big bats at the top of the division. Still, GM Jeff Luhnow has the team headed in a better direction with an improved farm system that should yield results in a couple of years. This season, though, Houston could become the f irst team since the New York Mets from 1962-65 to lose at least 100 games for three straight years.

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GOLF SCOREBOARD The Bulletin welcomes contributions to its weekly local golf results listings and events calendar. Clearly legible items should be faxed to the sports department, 541-3850831, emailed to sports@bendbulletin.com, or maile d to P.O.Box 6020;Bend,OR 97708.

Club Results CENTRALOREGON INDOORGOLF Spring LeaguesWeek6, March19-21

at Simulation ofCastle Pines Match Play Wimmers — MickKee ney, 3 and2. DanMcCleer ,3 yand2.Andrew Horton,3and2.Micheff e Horton, 1up.Leif Anderson3 and2. ZackMartin, I up. NeilMcDaniel,1up. DESERTPEAKS Thursday Men'sClub, March21

Net StrokePlay 1, WesGraves,66.2, DeanHunt,73.3, KenSouthwick, 74. KP — GerryEllis. LD — DickPliska. Friday Night Couples, March22

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1, Carl Lindgren/TeresaLindgren, 31.2. 2, Dean Ditmore/JuanitaHawkins,32.7. 3, JimWyzard/Phyllis Rice,32.8.

SundayGroupPlay, March24 Stroke Play Gross: 1,GaryHopson,72. 2,ChuckSchmidt, 75. 3, Denny Story,82. Net: I, SpudGephart, 66. 2(tie), GaryBurtis, 70;DonKraus, 70. KP — Denny Story. LD — Denny Story.

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Tuesday— s TheLadiesLeagueatLostTracksGof Club inBendplays weekly at 9a.m.Affwomen golfers are welcome. Formore information, call theproshopat 541-385-1818

Tuesdays — BlackButteRanchWomen'sGolfClub acceptswomengolfersof aglevels. Costtojoin is $40 plus green feesfor the2012season.Formoreinformation or to register,call theBigMeadowgolf shopat541-5951500.

Tuesdays—LadiesoftheGreenswomen'sgolf club at The Greensat Redmondgolf courseplaysweekly from May throughOctober. Newmembersare welcome. For more information,call theGreensat Redmond at 541923-0694 Tuesdays —TheMen's ClubatAspenLakesGolf CourseinSistersplaysat8.30a.m.through thegolfsea-

son. New membersarewelcome. For more information,

call Aspen Lakesat 541-549-4653. Wednesday—s TheWomen'sClubatRiver'sEdge

Golf Coursein Bendplaysweekly in tournaments that tee off at9:30a.m.Members arewelcome andshould sign up by theprecedingSaturdayfor thetournaments. For moreinformation,orto register,call River'sEdgeat 541-389-2828.

Wednesdays —Juniper LadiesGolf Clubplays weeklybetween8 a.m. and10a.m. Agwomen players welcome.Formoreinformation visit www.juniperladies. com Wednesday—s Men'sGolfAssociationatMeadow LakesGolfCoursein Prineviffeplaysweekly at5 or5.30 p.m. AIImenare welcome. Formoreinformation, call ZachLam pert at541-447-7113. Wednesdays —Ladies Clubat Desert Peaks in Madras.Timesvaryeachweek. Formoreinformation, cal DesertPeaksat 541-475-6368. Wednesdays — Men'sclub atAspen Lakes Golf Coursein SistersplayseveryWednesday morning. For moreinformation,call AspenLakesat541-549-4653. Wednesdays — Men'sclub at SunriverResort playsweeklytournaments attheMeadowsor Woodlands courseswith shotgunstarts around9a.m. Cost is $55 for annualmembership. Formoreinformation, email Don Olsonat d.s.olson@msn.comor goto www.srmensgolf.

com. Wednesdays— Women' s club atSunriver Resort playsweeklytournaments at the Meadows or Woodlandscourses with shotgun starts approximately 9a.m.Thereareboth nine-hole and18-hole groups. For moreinformation, call Sue Revereat

541-593-9223 The Bulletin welcomes contributions to Wednesdays — WidgiCreekWomen' sGolfAsits weekly local golf events calendar. Items sociation atWidgiCreekGolf Clubin Bendis aweekly shouldbe mailedto P.O.Box 0020,Bend,DR golf league.Formore information, call theWidgi Creek 97708; faxed to the sports department at 541- clubhouseat 541-382-4449. 385-0831; or emailed to sportsObendbulletin. Wednesdays — Widgi CreekMen's Club at com. Widgi Creek Golf ClubinBendisaweekly golf league For moreinformation, call theWidgi Creekclubhouse LEAGUES at 541-382-4449. Mondays — TheCentral OregonSenior Golf Thursdays — QuaiRun l Golf Coursewomen's Organization isaboutto beginis aseasonlong series 18-holegolf leagueplays at 8 a.m.during thegolf that individualandteambest bals. Series is opento season.Interestedgolfers arewelcome.Formore inmen'sclubmembersof hostsites. Costis $150for the formation callPennyScott at541-598-7477. seasonplus$5 perevent. Formoreinformation: Ted Thursdays — Ladies oftheLakesgolf club at Carlin at541-604-4054. MeadowLakesGolf Course is a weekly wome ns' Tuesdays —TheMen's Club at River's Edge Golf golf league.AII womenplayers welcome. For more CourseinBendplays weekly tournaments. Membersof information,call theMeadowLakespro shopat 541the men'cl sub andothers interestedRiver's EdgeGolf 447-7113. Clubmenwith anestablished USGAhandicapare invited to participate.Formoreinformation or to register, call CLINICSANDCLASSES River'sEdgeat 541-389 2828. April 10 — GolfPerformanceLecture on injury

preventionfor golfers at AwbreyGlenGolf Clubin Bend.ChrisCooper,a certified Titleist Performance Institute Fitness physica therapist, and BendorthopedicsurgeonTim Boffomwil discuss howgolf mechaniccan s play a role in injury.Thelecturewil also offerpractical tips to help preventinjury, along with informationon current treatment andrehabilitation programs. This freecinic beginsat5:30p.m.and is open tothepublic. Formoreinformation orto RSVP, call 541385-6011.

haasObendbroadband.com. April 10 — CentralOregonGolfTourindividual strokeplaytournamentat MeadowLakesGolf Course in Prineviffe. TheCentral OregonGolf Touris acompetitive golf seriesheld at golf coursesthroughout CentralOregon.Grossand netcompetitions opento aI amateurgolfersof al abilities. Prizepoolawarded weekly,andmembership notrequired. Formoreinformation or toregister: 541-633-7652,541-318-5155, or www centraloregongolftourcom April 20 — 17th AnnualCrook CountyHigh SchoolGolfTeamBenefit tournamentat MeadowLakes Golf Coursein Prineviffe. Four-personscrambletees off with anoonshotgun start. Costis $280per team and includesgolf, carttri-tip dinner, awards, contests and grossandnetteamprizes. Proceedsgo toward fundingCrookCounty's boysandgirls golf teams.For more informationor to register,call ZachLampert at 541-480-0110orthe MeadowLakespro shopat541-

TOURNAMENTS Today —SpringInvitational BestBall atBendGolf and CountryClub.Teambest ball is opento the public andbeginsa 10a.m. shotgun. Two-person teams can includeoneprofessional andteammates cannot havemorethan a10-stroke spreadbetweenhandicap indexes.Bothmenandwomenarewelcome. Cost is $120 perteam,andincludesprizes andhosted beer Deadline toenter is March15andfield is limited to 45 teams.For moreinformation or to register: 541382-28 78,bendgolfshop@bendgolfclub.com,orwww. bendgolfclub.com. Today — CrossCountry tournament at Meadow LakesGolf CourseinPrineviffe. Individual stroke-play toumamentforces golfers to takenewpath around Meadow Lakes. Teetimes begin at8a.m. Flighted field includesbothgrossandnet payoutsandKPcompetitions. Cost is$20plusreducedgreenfee. Formore informationorto register, call theMeadowLakespro shop at541-447-7113. March 30 —CentralOregonChapter of the ExecutiveWomen'sGolf Association tournamentat Eagle Crest Resort inRedm ond. Tournament beginsat 11 a.m. For moreinformation orto join theEWGA: Eileen HaasatedhaasObendbroadband.com. April 1 — CentralOregonSeniors Golf Organization eventat EagleCrest Resort in Redm ond. The format is individualgrossand netbest ball, aswell as teambest ball. Cashprizesawardedateachevent Tournament series is opento men's club membersat host sites,andparticipants musthaveanOregonGolf Association handicap.Costis $150for theseasonplus a$5 per-eventfee. Formore information, callTedCarlin at 541-604-4054. April 4 — Central Oregon Golf Tourindividual strokeplaytournament at PronghornClub's Nicklaus Coursenear Bend. TheCentral OregonGolf Touris a competitivegolf seriesheldatgolf coursesthroughout CentralOregon.Grossandnet competitions opento aff amateurgolfers of affabilities. Prizepoolawarded weekly,andmembershipnot required. Formore information or toregister:541-633-7652,541-318-5155, or www centraloregongolftourcom. April 5 — CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat Brasada RanchGolf CourseinPowegButte. Beter-ball tournament beginswith an11a.m.shotgun. Two-person teams with nomorethanoneprofessionalallowed per teamCostis $30for professionals, $50for amateurs. Costincludesgrossandnet skins competitions. Cart costsextra.Agplayersmust signupbynoonon the Thursday before the event. Toregister orfor more information, call Pat Huffer, headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at 541-923-6343or email himatcrrpatO crookedriverranch.com . April 0 —The2013SeasonKickofftournamentfor the CentralOregonChapter of theExecutive Women's Golf Associationtournament at Juniper GoI Course in Redmond.Registrations begins at9 a.m.Formore information or tojoin theEWGA: Eileen Haasat ed-

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April 20-21 — TheIcebergOpenat Crooked River Ranchis atwo-person scrambleon Saturday and two-personbestball on Sunday.Grossandnet divisions alongwith closest-to-the-pin and longdrive contests. 9a.m. shotgun both days. Entryfee is $290 perteamand includesgreenfees, lunch, cart, range ba Is andraffle prizes. Practiceround Fridayfor$39, including cart. Formoreinformation, call theCrookedRiverRanchproshopat 541-9236343

April 22 —Central OregonSeniors Golf Organization event atKah-Nee-TaHigh Desert Resort nearWarm Springs.Theformat is individual grossandnet best ball, aswell asteambest ball. Cashprizesawardedat eachevent.Tournament series is opento men'sclub membersat hostsites, andparticipants musthavean Oregon GolfAssociation handicap. Costis $150for the seasonplusa$5per-event fee. Formoreinformation, call TedCarin at541-604-4054. April 25-20 — The CentralOregonShootout is a two-personteamevent held at AspenLakes Golf Coursein Sisters, BlackButteRanch andEagle Crest Resort in Redm ond. Thetoumament wil feature scramblebest , ball andChapmanformats. Cost is $580 per teamand includesgreenfees, carts, rangeballs, teegift, continentalbreakfast, andlunch. Deadline toregister is April 17orfirst180 teams.For more informationor to requestanentry form, call 541549-4653,541-595-1294or 541-923-4653; or wsit www.aspenlakes.com,blackbutteranch.com,or www. eagle-crest.com. April 30 — CentralOregonGolfTourindividual team strokeplaytournamentatPrineviffeGolf 8 Country Club.TheCentral OregonGolf Touris acompetitive golf seriesheldat golf coursesthroughout Central Oregon.Grossandnet competitions opento affamateur golfers of affabilities. Prizepool awardedweekly, and membershipnot required.For moreinformation orto register: 541-633-7652,541-318-5155, or wwwcentraloregongolftourcom. 5

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to play Redstone on Friday HUMBLE, Texas — Steve with two 3-woods in the bag, Wheatcroft hates going to though one of them is so Monday qualifiers. He was strong it acts like a driver. "If I can play like I did the reminded Friday why they can be worth it. back nine, I'm going to give Wheatcroft, who narrowly myself a lot of birdie chancqualified for t h e H o uston es," Mickelson said. Open at the start of the week, Wheatcroft can't bank on ran off three straight birdies anything. early in his round and kept Not only does he have no bogeys off his card for a sec- status on the PGA Tour, he ond straight 5-Under 67. That has only conditional status gave him a o n e-shot lead in the minor leagues. After over D.A. Points and Jason missing out on a Web.com Kokrak going into the week- Tour event last week in Louiend at Redstone Golf Club. siana, he figured he might as Rory McIlroy also will be well enter the Houston Open around for two more days, qualifier Monday. " Monday qualifiers a r e but just barely. In only his 10th full round terrible. They're just not fun, of the year, McIlroy walked plain and simple," Wheatonto the seventh green — his croft said. "t was on the PGA 16th hole of the day — and Tour in '07, played terribly. I saw that he was tied for 77th. had no status. So I had to be He two-putted from 85 feet back to Monday qualifiers on the fringe for birdie on and pre-qualifiers the next his next hole, and then safely year. I hate them." found the green at the par-3 Also on Friday: ninth for a 70. By the end of German maintains lead in the day, McIlroy made the Morocco: AGADIR, Morocco — Germany's Marcel Siem cut on the number. "It's a weekend where I can shot a 4-under 68 to mainhave a couple more rounds tain a three-stroke lead after and try and get confidence in the second round of the Euwhat I'm doing," McIlroy. ropean Tour's Hassan II TroHis big surprise came lat- phy. The French Open chamer. McIlroy, feeling as though pion, needing a victory this he needs more rounds to get weekend to have a chance ready for the Masters, decid- to get into the top 50 in the ed to enterthe Texas Open world and earn a spot in the next week. Masters, had a 12-under 132 Phil Mickelson also made total at Golf du Palais Royal. the cut on the number after Finland's Mikko Ilonen (66) a bogey on the last hole for and England's David Horsey, a 7L M i ckelson, who has the 2011 winner, were tied played the Masters with two for second.Ilonen shot 66, drivers in the bag, decided and Horsey had a 67.

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Stars bringWild's win streakto an end The Associated Press DALLAS — Jamie Benn, Ray Whitney and Cody Eakin each had a goal and an assist to help lead the Dallas Stars to a 5-3 victory to end the Minnesota Wild's seveng ame winning streak o n Friday. Erik Cole and Tomas Vincour also scored for Dallas, w hich moved w i thin o n e point of the Western Conference'sfinal playoff spot. JaromirJagr also earned his 1,000th career NHL assist. After a 7-4 loss to Minnesota at home on Monday, the Stars had three days off to regroup and rebounded with a strong effort, scoring twice on power plays in the third

period. Kari Lehtonen, who gave up six goals on 41 shots Monday, made 30 saves for the win. Devin Setoguchi, Jared Spurgeon and Torrey Mitch-

ell scored for M i n nesota, which also had its five-game road winning streak end. Also on Friday: L ightning 5 , D e v ils 4 : TAMPA, Fla. — Alex Killorn scored with 15.1 seconds left in the third period and Tampa Bay won in a shootout over New Jersey to give new Lightning coach Jon Cooper a victory in his NHL debut. Blue Jackets6, Flames 4: CALGARY, Alberta — Vinny Prospal had the go-ahead goal and an assist in a fourgoal second period to help Columbus beat Calgary in the Flames' first game since they traded longtime captain Jarome Iginla to Pittsburgh. Ducks 2 , Bla c khawks 1: CHICAGO — S h eldon Souray scored with 2:08 left in regulation to break a tie, Jonas Hiller made 25 saves and Anaheim defeated Chicago to end a four-game losing streak.

Coaching Continued from Cl Ron Buerger, director ofgolf at Eagle CreSt ReSOTq:, Tam Bronkey, director of instruction at Eagle Crest, and Todd Sickles, general manager at Quail Run Golf Course in La Pine, are carving out time during the early part of the busy

golf season to coach prep golfers — Buerger with the Ridgeview boys, Bronkey with the Redmond boys, and Sickles with the La Pine girls. Bill Mitchell, a lifetime member of the PGA, is also lending his expertise as the head coach for the Sisters boys and girls teams. A number of other area pros volunteer their services with

local high school golf programs as well. "I think what started it was just an opportunity to stay

plugged in and helping the youth locally," says Buerger, who has been a head coach for 12 years at three different schools. "It's something I look forward to every year. "There are times when my primary employment is real demanding and so it makes for long days, but I never complain. I just explain to my family that this is the time of year when I'm going to be working pretty much sunup to sundown. And I try to grab some weekends, here and there, and we can do some things (with

family)." What drives pros to do it'? The answer to that depends. "The competitive aspect and developing relationships with the kids is what motivates me," says Bronkey, who is in his first year as head coach of theRedmond High boys but had spent years as an assistant with the Panther golf program. "I love seeing talent-

not golf professionals," says Bronkey, who describes both Buerger and Ridgeview girls coach Vicki Sime, who is not a pro, as mentors to him as a coach. "But seeing our local high schools hiring PGA pros to coach is very encouraging, and it is also encouraging to see my colleagues give their time to promote golf in our area through this vehicle." Buerger agrees. He says Central Oregon golf courses have always been g enerous in a l l owing h i gh schools to practice and compete on their facilities. And getting more pros involved in coaching will only benefit the

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more. "We've had some success with some of the talent that comes out of Central Oregon," Buerger says. " But what I would really like to see is Central Oregon develop into a real powerhouse in terms of the volume of kids that come out locally." That has to b egin early, when a budding golfer barely knows the difference between a driver and a 3-iron. Maybe he or she will turn into an elite golfer. Probably not. Either way, Lampert says, getting p r oper i n s t ruction should only fuel love for the

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game. "It usually starts with somebody who takes a little extra time to help you," says Lampert. "So that's kind of where we're all at now. We're trying to help those kids a little bit.

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working with them to grow toward their potential." Sickles is volunteering this year to head the La Pine High girls te a m b e cause, after years ofdifferent coaches, he thought this season's seniorladen team could use some particular attention. Like otherprep golf coaches in theregion, he receives compensation from the school. But more than that, Sickles sees it as his responsibility, even if his day-to-day duties of running Quail Run already make for a full day. "If somebody shows Up at that high school that really wants to teach them, coach them, and is going to be involved, I would give it up," Sickles says. "Until then, I will try to help them." The reasons the local pros give for taking on high school coaching roles inevitably boil down to one thing: It is good for the game to help young

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Protection Agency model saidthechange would hike gasoline

onsumers en in u in e rua By Jeffry Bartash MarhetWatch

WASHINGTON — Consumers lifted spending in February at the fastest rate in five months — a positive sign for the economy — though a good chunk of their cash went to pay for higher gasoline prices. Personal spending climbed a seasonallyadjusted 0.7 percent last month, the Commerce Department said Friday. That

was a notch higher than the estimate of economists polled by MarketWatch. The increase in spending in January was revised up to 0.4 percentfrom 0.2percent in anothersign that consumers are still feeling pretty good.

or more after a lackluster 0.4 percent increase in the final three months of 2012. "Despite the expiry of the payroll tax cut and higher gasoline prices, we're now likely to see the fastest quarterly gain i n real consumption in t w o The speedy pace of spending years," said Paul Ashworth, in the first two months of the chief U.S. economist at Capital year indicates that first-quar- Economics. ter growth could snap back Y et th e c o m position o f sharplyto the 3 percent range spending also suggests some

caution is in order. Virtually all of the increase in spending in February was devoted to perishable items such as gasoline and food. Purchases of non-

durable goods jumped 1.9 percent, likely reflecting the sharp spike in prices at the pump. The average national cost of a gallon of regular gas surged 13 percentin February, according to the Energy Information Administration.

Spending on durable goods was basically flat i n February, marking the worst performance sincelast October. That's a category that bears watching: Consumers usually cut back on big-ticket items if they feel any economic stress or the need to rebuild their savings. While the savings rate edged up to2.6percent from 2.2 percent in February, it's still at a five-year low.

prices by about acent per gallon. Themanufacturers of emission

control systems, who back the so-called Tier 3 standards, commissioned aNavigant Economics analysis last year thatalso concluded the final price tag would

amount to an extra penny per gallon. But a Baker & O'Brien analysis done for the oil industry, which opposes the proposal, said the change will cause manufactur-

WHAT'S GOING UP

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during March, climbing to the highest level

since November, led by cheerier views on current economic conditions, according to data released Friday. The University of

Michigan-Thomson Reuters consumer-sentiment gauge rose to a final March reading of 78.6- the highest level

since November. "Consumers have discounted the administration's warning that

economic catastrophe would follow the reduc-

tions in federal spending, and consumers have renewed their

expectation that gains in employment will ac-

Andy Zetgert / The Bulletin

Owner:Easybar General contractor:Christiansen's Contracting Co.,Redmond Architect:MS-Architecture, Bend Details:Construction started earlier this month in Bend on a 10,600-square-foot building for Easybar, a Tualatin maker of de-

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shiftcould start in July, the same

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to be complete, he said. Easybar was founded in1968,

further into the beer market. Nicol said the company has set up its devices at Worthy Brewing Com-

industrial lot near the street's intersection with Empire Avenue

in northeast Bend.Workers were putting the finishing touches on the building's steel foundation Friday. The Bend Community

and lists casinos in Nevadaand New Jersey assome of its major clients, according to its website.

pany in Bend,and istalking with

vices that regulate theamount of liquor or beerpoured in bardrinks. The construction comes asthe company prepares toshift much of its 40-employeeworkforce to

Development Department issued

pouring the same amount of beer

the company a building permit March15. "We're basically going to shift

or liquor in each drink. Many states have different laws regulating the amount of alcohol that can

10 Barrel Brewing Company about installing devices at its new Boise location. "A lot of the liquor side of the business will still be handled in the Portland area," Nicol said. "But Bend obviously is a big beer

everything (to Bend)atsome point

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celerate," said Richard Curtin, the survey's

director, according to a Reuters report. — From wire reports

BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR TUESDAY • Small Business Counseling:SCORE business counselors will be available every Tuesday for one-on-one small business counseling; no appointment necessary; free; 5:30-7:30 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; 541-617-7080 or www. scorecentraloregon.org. • Redmond Planning Commission:Free; 6:309 p.m.; Redmond City Hall, 716 S.W. Evergreen Ave.; 541-923-7710. WEDNESDAY • Oregon Alcohol Server Permit Training: Meets the minimum requirements bythe Oregon Liquor Control Commission to obtain an alcohol server permit; registration required; $35; 9 a.m.; Round Table Pizza, 1552 N.E. Third St., Bend; 541-447-6384 or www. happyhourtraining.com. FRIDAY • Central OregonRental Owners Association annual meeting:Guest speaker state Rep. Jason Conger; dinner and election of officers; registration required by April 1; $44 for members and $60 for nonmembers; 5:30 p.m.; The Riverhouse Convention Center, 2850 N.W. Rippling River Court, Bend; 541-382-7727. APRIL8 • RedmondDowntown Urban Renewal Advisory Committee:Free;5-7:30 p.m.; Redmond City Hall, 716 S.W. Evergreen Ave.; 541-923-7710.

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Silicon Valleylooks to boost clout in Washington By Jessica Guynn Los Angeles Times

SAN FRANCISCO — For years, Silicon Valley companies wanted as little to do with Washington as possible. Hiring lobbyists to promote and protect their interests was about as far as they went. But a new generation of technology entrepreneurs believes it can no longer afford to ignore the Beltway, and is setting its sights on Capitol HilL Leading the way is Facebook co-founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg,

who with other tech executives is starting a political advocacy group that plans to push an ambitious legislative agenda, people familiar with the plans sard.

Zuckerberg has pledged tens of millions of dollars to what is expected to become a $50 million war chest for the group, which is scheduled to launch in a couple of weeks, said the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity becausethey are not authorized to discuss it publicly. Topping the agenda: com-

prehensive immigration reform that would raise work visa caps to address what they say isa shortage of engineers in Silicon Valley. " It is a r eflection of t h e next generation of valley giants looking to play in impact politics," Democratic political consultant Chris Lehane said. "They have transformed how we live, and they have transformed our economy. Can the same transformative views and successes be translated into politics? It will be interesting to see."

Zuckerberg, 28, is one of a growing number of Silicon

Valley young guns increasingly unafraid of confronting the hard political realities in the nation's capital. And they aren't just pulling out their checkbooks. They are harnessing social media to influence public opinion and pressure lawmakers. "It's a very good thing for prominent people in Silicon Valley to engage in organizations where we can be part of the solution," Silicon Valley investor Mike Maples said.

Amazon.com Inc., w h ich started as an online bookseller before becoming the e-commerce behemoth it is today, is buying bo o k -recommendations site Goodreads. A mazon a n nounced t h e deal Thursday. The purchase price was not disclosed. Goodreads, a San Francisco company, launched in 2007. On the website, members can list, rate and review books they've read and discover new books by using the site's recommendation tool. It's also become a social network for avid readers: Members can see what their friends are reading and comment on their reviews, and join online discussions on books they've read. Despite offering " E arth's biggest selection," A mazon has long had an interest in books. The Seattle company was founded in 1994 as an Internet bookseller and expanded its presence in the reading world when it introduced the Kindle e-reader. That shared i nterest for "reinventing reading" made the deal a good fit, said Russ Grandinetti, Amazon's vice president of Kindle content. "Goodreads h a s h e l p ed change how w e dis c over and discuss books and, with Kindle, Amazon has helped expand reading around the world," Grandinetti said. "In addition, both Amazon and Goodreads have helped thousands of authors reach a wider audience and make a better living at their craft. Together we intend to build many new ways to delight readers and authors alike."

Big chickensbad newsfor wings Minneapolis Star Tribune lessly rising. As CEO Sally At America'ssports bars, Smith of Buffalo Wild Wings chicken wings are as essential recently explained to stock to March Madness as man-to- analysts: "Five wings yield man defense and the three- more ounces of chicken than point shot. six used to." But as this year's NCAA Sounds like good news for Basketball Tournament rolls wing joints, right? No cluckahead,the cruel economics of ing way. Chains like Buffalo the chicken wing is squeezing Wild Wings sell by the unit restaurant chains and putting — a six-piece plate with fries upward pressure on prices for and a beer, anyone'? — but customers. buy by the pound. Take one With b reeding advances, wing away, even if the rest are the size of America's chickens meatier, and customers might — and their wings — is relent- not be happy.

The average chicken carcass nowadays is almost 50 percent bigger than it was 30 years ago. But, as agribusiness consultant Len Steiner put it, an 8-pound bruiser of a bird "still has only two wings." W holesale w i n g pr i c e s soared 76 percent on average in 2012 over 2011, hitting highs not seen in at least 20 years, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data. Richard Sennott/ Minneapolis Star Tribune And demand is growing, A chick is held at a new chicken farm started by David Schumann Even fast-food behemoth Mc- and TracySchumann-Scapanski in Sauk Rapids, Minn. Breeding Donald's is testing wings. advances are increasing the size of chickens.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • Tim Booherhasjoined Selco Mortgage as a loan officer serving Central Oregon.Booher has15 years ofexperience in the mortgage lending business. • Bill Kopacz,the general manager of LaPine-based Midstate Electric Cooperative, retired from the co-op after more than 40 years of service

to Oregon rural electric co-ops. During his 22 years at Midstate Electric, Kopaczsawthe organization grow bymorethan 7,000 members. • Dave Schneider was promoted to general manager of Midstate Electric Cooperative effective April1. Schneider was promoted to theposition

State University-Chico. • Bill Raven hasjoined Bend Premier RealEstate as abroker. Raven has abackground in leadership for large Booher K opacz S chneider Raven Ja c kson corporations and smaller startup operations. of assistant general manager He is a licensedCPAwith a • Tena Jackson has been last year, andhasworked at bachelor's degree in business promoted asbranchmanager Midstate Electric for18 years. managementfrom California for the Madras branch ofHome

Federal Bank.Jackson has more than 25years of banking experienceand most recently served as theMadras branch operations manager.Jackson is an active Rotarian andserves on the boards ofHabitat for Humanity, Juniper Junction Community Council and the Jefferson County Elected Official Compensation Board.


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previous productions include "Working," "Evil Dead the Musical" and "Sordid Lives."

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Marquee Series and to bring such a colorful, hilarious and incredibly silly show to the

Tower," says Sandy Klein of Stage Right Productions and 2nd

Street Theater. "There are so many talented

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of the Lake, and Black Knight!" David DaCosta,

whose recent director's credits include "WorkM" M ing, Richard III and "Sordid Lives," will

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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

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a u o ersonineo ions By Mohana Ravindranath A ndrew Rosen said h i s young daughter, like a lot of kids, was no fan of attending weekly religion classes. One morning he found her in tears, clinging to the dining-room table, refusing to go to the Hebrew school run by his local

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CENTRALOREGON BAPTIST CHURCH: Pastor John Tittle; "The Glorious Resurrection ofJesus Christ," based on1 Corinthians15; Sundayat10:30 a.m.; 500 S.W. Bond St., Bend.

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Bethesda resident Jayson Slotnick's 11-year-old son, Nathan, is in the pilot program. At first, Slotnick said, the berg said. program required significant T he start-up's goals a r e parental involvement as Namodest. than was learning to navigate "Not every business needs the technology. But as he grew to be a billion-dollar business," comfortable with it, Nathan Rosen said. said he appreciated the option. Rabbi W i l l ia m R u d oph, With t r aditional c l asses, leader of Bethesda's Congre- "you'd have to go on a weekgation Beth El, is using Sha- day right after you get home lomLearning in a few small from school, when you just pilot classes at the synagogue, want to chill out, relax and do where Rosen and Schain are whatever you want," he said. members. Because of the program's More than 500 children flexibility — users can comattend Hebrew school there plete assignments any time t hroughout th e w e ek, a n d during a given window — "you about 50 are testing the pro- get to sort of do whatever you gram. Families generally pay want over the weekend," Naabout $1,000 in tuition a year than Slotnick said. per child, and those participatHe said the interactive naing in the pilot are charged 10 ture of the program — someto 15 percent extra, he said. times using YouTube videos to He's already seen that the illustrate a story — helps him online work takes some of remember the details better. "You can see what the setthe pressure off synagogue instructors. ting is, what happens, and " There's less time in t h e how big the characters are, classroom. To me, the real crit- how they react," he said. ical issue in Jewish informal Jayson Slotnick said he's education is how much the still deciding whether his othparents are involved, because er son, a third-grader, will parno matter what they have kids ticipate in ShalomLearning on do, if the kids don't see them a more permanent basis. "It doing some learning them- depends on his schedule, his selves and being engaged in friends," he said, adding, "The what the kids are, it's not the synagogue recognizes that same as regular school," Ru- not every educational system dolph said. is for every child."

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ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND HERITAGE 88.9KPOV, BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION: info@kpov.org or 54 I -322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOF THE REDMOND FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: Linda Barker,541-312-1064. ARTS CENTRALSTATION: 54I-6 l7-1317. CASCADESTHEATRICAL COMPANY:

541-389-0803. CENTRAL OREGONSYMPHONY ASSOCIATION: Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: 541-389-1813, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. DESCHUTESPUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM:541-312-1032. FRIENDS OFTHE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrach at 541-617-7047. HIGH DESERTCHAMBER MUSIC:Isabelle Senger, www. highdesertchambermusic.com, info© highdesertchambermusic.com or 541-306-3988. HIGH DESERTMUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINE PUBLICLIBRARY:Cindylu, 541-317-1097. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Brad, volunteer©latca.org or 541-382-4366. THE NATUREOFWORDS: www.thenatureofwords.org or 541-330-438I. REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:54I-312-1060. REDMONDINTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb, bonitodia@msn.com or 541-447-0732. TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700.

HUMAN SERVICES ABILITREE:volunteer@abilitree.org or 541-388-8103, ext. 217. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL:Philip Randall, 541-388-1793. ASSISTANCELEAGUEOF BEND: 541-389-2075. BEND COMMUNITYCENTER: Sherry Fisher, volunteer© bendscommunitycenter.org or 541-312-2084. BETHLEHEMINN: www. bethleheminn.org or 541-322-8768. CENTER FORCOMPASSIONATE LIVING (PREVIOUSLYPEACE CENTER OFCENTRAL OREGON): www.compassionatecenter.org or Beth Hansen, 541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGON VETERANS OUTREACH: covo.org©gmail.com or 541-383-2793. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/VOLUNTEERSERVICES: Therese Helton, Therese.M.Helton@ state,or.us or 541-693-8988.

CROSSCHURCH:Pastor Ed Byrnes; "Resurrection Essential," based on1 Corinthians15:1-11; Easter egg hunt and lunch to follow; Sundaya110:30 a.m.; Aspen Hall in Shevlin Park,18920 Shevlin Park Road.

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DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor DaveDrullinger; "Experience the Risen Lord," based onLuke 24:5-35; Sundaya110a.m.; 334 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend.

EASTMONTCHURCH: Pastor John Lodwick; "Resurrection? Really?," based on1 Corinthians15:17-21; Sunday at 9and1045 a.m.; "Easter Village"forkids;8:30a.m.-1 p.m.; 62425 EagleRoad, Bend. FATHER'SHOUSECHURCHOF GOD:Pastor Randy Wills; "The Living Lord's Supper"; Sunday at 10 a,m.; Easteregghunt;11 and under;12:30 p.m.; 61690Pettigrew Road, Bend.Theyouth group meets Wednesday at 7p.m.

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

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

Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith lourney Groups meet throughout the week in small groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 EASTER SUNDAY "Lasting Hope" 8:30 am 8 10:30 am WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7 PM

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

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CENTRAL OREGON BAPTIST CHURCH Currently meeting at500 SWBond St. (541) 617-2814

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

"Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome! EASTER SERVICES 9:00 8 11:00 am on Sunday, March 31st with an Easter Brunch at 10: 15 am

The church is located at Beaver and Theater Drives in Sunriver Everyone is welcome. •W omen's Bib leStudy -Tuesdays,10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept. - May • Youth Ministry(gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6: 15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 F 4 year olds Call for information

Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org Listen to KN LR 97. 5 FM

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

CALVARY CHAPEL BEND

20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (5411383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org Sundays: 8:30 8 10:30 am Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm YouthGroup:Wednesday 7 pm Child Care provided Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are available, call for days and times.

www.centraloregonbaptistchurch.org God-Centered Worship Expository Bible Teaching Rich Hymns 8 Songs Family Oriented Ministries Christ-Focused Living Meaningful Loving Relationships Compassionate Gospel Witness Sunday 9;15 AM - Prayer Meeting 9:30 AM - Adult Bible Fellowship 9:30AM — Children's Sunday School 10:30 AM — Worship Service 6:00 PM - Growth Groups (call for locations) Wednesday 7:00 PM - Prayer Meeting 8 Adult Bible Study 7;00 PM - Kids 4 Truth EASTMONT CHURCH

"Displaying the Reality of Christin UndeniableWays" 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.com Resurrection? Really? 8:00 am, 9:30 am, II:00 am

For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email Info@eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel EASTER SUNDAY

Celebration Worship services at 900am8 1030am Rejoice that Christ is risen! For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541-382-3862

www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161

"Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

HOLY REDEEMER CATHOLIC PARISH

Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish Office: 541-536-3571 HOLY REDEEMER, LA PINE 16137 Burgess Rd

Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass — 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00 pm HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER 18143 Cottonwood Rd.

Thurs. Mass 9:30 am: Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Sunday mass 8;00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00-9:15 am OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass — 12;30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00 - 12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,

near Christmas Valley 57255 Fort Rock Rd

Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631 VIGIL OFEASTER -MARCH 30 No 8:00 AM or 5:00 PM Mass No 8:30AM or 3:00 PM confessions

8:00 PM - Vigil Mass - New Church (English) 8:00 PM - Vigil Mass - Historic Church

(Spanish) EASTER - MARCH 31 7:30 AM - Mass - New Church 10:00 AM - Mass - New Church

12:30 PM - Mass - New Church (Spanish) 4:30 PM - Mass - Historic Church No 7:00 PM Mass NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM F 7:00 PM Domingo 12:30 PM -M isa en Espanol Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM -4:45 PM -English Thursday6:00 PM -7:00 PM -English o Espanol Domingo 11:15 AM - 12:15PM - Espanol CAPILLA DE SANTA CLARA

Jueves7:00 PM -M isa en Espanol.

Unshakeable Faith! EASTER

Celebrate with us: March 31 8:00, 9:30, II:00 am

Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org I

BEREAN BIBLE CHURCH

In Partnershi p with AmericanMissionary Fellowship

Near Highland and 23rd Ave. 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Redmond, OR 97756 We preaeh thegood newsof JesusChrist, sing great hymns of faith, and searchtfie Scriptures together. Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am Bible Study - Thursday, 10:30 am

Teaching from the KJV and NKJV Bible Pastor Ed Nelson 541-777-0784 www.redmondbbc.org

loin us as we Celebrate The Resurrection of Jesus Christ Worship: Sunday 9:00 am 8 10:00 am Children's classes and day care available during both services. Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor POWELL BUTTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH SUNRISE WORSHIP SERVICE: 6:15 am Tom's Pond on Williams Rd., Powell Butte Breakfast 7:30 am - Fellowship Hall Prepared by the Youth WORSHIP SERVICES Sermon: Easter through the eyes of Jesus' worst disciple. 8.30 F 10: 15 am - Worship Center 11:00 am - Historic Chapel Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Osborne and Glenn Bartnik 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! at the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th

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

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 230 NE Ninth, Bend

HOUSE OF COVENANT

Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994

(Across Ninth St. from Bend High) All Are Welcome Alwayst

We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested in learning the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at: Bear Creek Center

Rabbi Glenn Ettman

21300 Bear Creek Rd. Bend, OR. 97701

Friday, April 19 at 6;00 pm Shabbat Family celebraton

Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries include:

Friday, May 3 at 6:30 pm Shabbat Service Saturday, May 4 at9:00 am Torah Study Saturday, May 4 at 10:30 am Torah Service Sunday, May 5 -adulteducation (call for information)

• Davidic dance and worship Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events

For the complete schedule of Services 8 Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

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LiveMusic,an Engaging Message, a Friendly Smile (Nursery Care Provided with a Kid's Easter Egg Hunt)

All services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street 541 -388-8826

LIVING TORAH FELLOWSHIP

CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

Worship/Dance-Study-

MISSION (LCMS) ThemissionoftheChurehis toforgive sins through the

Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in Spirit and Truth

EASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL "Educating and Developing the Whole Child for the Glory of God" Pre K - 5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-2049 Principal Lonna Carnahan www.eastmontcommunityschool.com

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100 (South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am W ed. TestimonyMeeting:7:30 pm Childcare provided. Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Frio 11 am-4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm

ECKANKAR

Religion of the light andSound of God Experience an Eckankar Community HU This Saturday, April 13th at 2;00 PM We invite you to watch a video presentation of Sri Harold Klemp's talk that was given March 30th. (During the 2013 ECK Springtime Seminar) Join us at O.S.U.- Cascades, Room 103 2600 College Way, Bend across from the library Learnhow tosing HU, a love song to G od: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU, pronounced like the word hue, is sung for about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief period of sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, singing HU can bring you greater happiness, love, and understanding. Singing HU can draw us closer in our state of consciousness to the Divine Being. It has helped people of many different faiths open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence and security of God's love.

Singing HU can help you experience: • Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness • Inner light and/or sound • A subtle sense of Divine Love • The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief • A release of fears • Answers to your questions For more information please visit www.eckankar.org or www.miraclesinyourlife.org or call 541-728-6476 •

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 469 NW Wall St. • 541-382-5542 www.trinitybend.org March 30 at 7:00 pm The Great Vigil, Baptisms Holy Eucharist at Nativity Lutheran 60850 Brosterhous Rd: March 31 at 9:00 am Easter Day Holy Eucharist (Godly Play at 8:45 aml St. Francis Historic Church Corner of Franklin and Lava We are grateful to the community for the outpouring of help

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Exposition F Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10:00AM -6:00 PM Wednesday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Thursdayafter 7:00 AM Mass -6:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439

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

541-410-5337

Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor. 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), Terrebonne, OR

ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390

Father Todd Unger, Pastor Holy Saturday, March 30 Easter Vigil 8:00 pm Easter Sunday, March 31 M asses: 8 and 10:00 am in English Noon Misa en Espanol Confessions on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

NEW HOPE EVANGELICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd. 541-389-3436

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church! Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9;00, 10;45 am,

Pastor Randy Myers www.newhopebend.com

March 31, 2013 at 11:00am:

"Who Rolls the Stone Aside?": 1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496 Senior Pastor Virgil Askren

We will look at the Fourth Source of Unitarian Universalism that speaks to Jewish and Christian teachings. What value does Easter have for us now?

EASTER SUNDAY

9:00 am and 10:45 am "God is Alive"

GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862

An International Continental Breakfast

Easter Sunday- 8:00, 9:30, & 11:00 am Child care provided

will be served between services

This is an intergenerational service, so children will remain in the service with their parents/adults. Childcare for young children is available. There will be an Easter egg hunt after the service, too.

There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for kids See our website for more information www.uufco.org

Vigil of Easter - Saturday 7:00 pm

Easter morning at 10:30 in the back field.

W omen's Bible Study Tuesday 9:15 a.m . M en'sBible Study Wednesday 7:30 a.m.

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Meeting place:

ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM

THE OLD STONE CHURCH 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709

Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America www.gracefirstlutheran.org

8:30 am Sunday

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH AT EAGLE CREST Where the bodyis, there the eagleswill gather 1522 Cline Falls Rd.* 541-728-4193 Located at Eagle Crest Banquet

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

Rev. Tom Larson

listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org

Happy Easter! Sermon Title "A Most Un-idle Tale" Scripture: Psalm 118: 1-2, 14-24, Luke 24:1-12

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60850 Brosterhous Road at Knott 541 -388-0765

40 SE 5th St., Bend

"Called by the grace of God we reach out to all people with the love of Jesus Christ"

Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshipping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the Reformation.

Easter Breakfast 6:30 am - 11:00 am 6:00 am Sunrise Service 9:00 am Informal Easter Service 9. 15 am Junior Church 11:00 am Formal Easter Service (child care provided)

Call for information about other meetings 541-420-1667

www.sovereigngracebend.com •

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Sunday Morning Worship

BibleStudy at 10:00 am on Wednesdays

8:45 am8 10:45 am

www.nativityinbend.com ELCA

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

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

SUNDAY WORSHIP 8 am Guitar Led Worship 9:30 am Education Hour for all ages II am Organ/Piano Led Worship

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Church Website: www trinitylutheranbend org School Website: www.saints.org Pastors: Rev. David Carnahan Rev. Patrick Rooney Principal: Mrs. Hanne Krause

9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9 am Service Easter Egg Hunt between services 11.00 am - Traditional Service

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PCT trip in 2010. Ballard says Gust gave them a ride about five or six times during their trek. Ballard called it " j ust an amazing thing." "Those of us hikers really kind of marvel at people who do this and how much it helps the hiker and helps the experience. You get this warm sense of humanity from people who are willing to help out."

Continued from 01 G ust joined the Army i n 1942. "It was the first time in my life I had three squares

(meals) a day and a guaranteed place to sleep. Boy, that was a luxury," said Gust. When he came home from the war, he took advantage of the G.I. Bill and went to the University of Oregon. After college he was recruited to

work for Seagram, a large distillery. Gust jokes that he never used the product — and he still doesn't drink. "No other reason than I just couldn't afford it," he said. Before traveling to Eugene as a teenager, he had never seen mountains. He didn't remember seeing any on that cross-country bus ride. "I had heard about mountains all my life," said Gust. "All it took was one little trip over McKenzie Pass." Gust married and had three children and the family explored nature together. "My wife loved hiking and backpacking and mountain climbing," said G u st. "We r aised our f a m il y i n Th e Sisters." His favorite part of the PCT is Forester Pass in California, which, at 13,000 feet elevation, is the highest point on the trail. He loves the views of jagged mountains and rocks. Locally, his favorite spot is Obsidian Trail, which leads to the base of the Middle Sister.He describes meadows of wildflowers, waterfalls and beautiful r ocks. Hi s w i f e's ashes are there, and Gust says "I will be also when the time comes."

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While the PCT has numerous trail angels, Gust is unusual — not only because he is older than almost any of the other trail angels, but also because he has always been willRob Kerr/The Bulletin ing to go the extra miles for Medical complications and age hikers, sometimes literally. forced Lloyd Gust, 89, to give In addition to maintaining up his driver's license and his two caches of potable water work as a trail angel on the along the trail, he has ferried Pacific Crest Trail. He is eager hikers hundreds of miles. to recruit replacements to help Many trail angels will help hikers in the wilderness. hikers, but f irst th e h i kers have to get to them. Jack Haskel, the PCTA trail animals and things that go information specialist, knew bump in the night," said Gust, Gust by his reputation for beabout his connection with the ing exceptionally generous. "Lloyd was very special." hikers. Heather Til e r t-Kavmark Dana Hendricks, regional and her husband, Justin, came representative for the Columfrom Brooklyn, N.Y., to hike bia Cascades PCTA, thinks the PCT in 2010. When they hikers will notice Gust's abgot near Elk Lake, Tilert-Kav- sence. "Lloyd has pretty much mark says her husband was been the only person for a long feeling very ill. Worried he stretch oftraiL" might have giardia, they deWell, not quite the only percided to call Gust after seeing son. For the past two summers, one ofhis flyers posted on the Bend resident Robin Kaai has trail. let PCT hikers camp in her T ilert-Kavmark, 30 , s a i d backyard and use her place as Gust came immediately. He a base while in Bend. She enpicked them up from the trail- joys meeting new people and head, brought them into town the camaraderie. and recommended a motel to But few trail angels go to the stay in while her husband re- lengths Gust did. covered from what ended up When hikers offered him Help for hikers being a one-day flu episode. money for gas or services, Gust started helping hikers When they were ready, he Gust declined. If they insisted, more than 10 years ago. He took them back to the trail. he would suggest they make would run into them as they They've never forgotten their a donation to the PCTA. For hitchhiked on t h e C ascade encounter with Gust. Gust, his reward was the ex"He is such a g e nerous, perience and the people. Lakes Highway and would offerthem a ride. Gust hasn't been able to giving, w i t ty , o v e r whelmSlowly, this became a full- ingly supportive man," said recover hisstrength since he time passion. After his wife Tilert-Kavmark. had a heart attack during a died, his interest and activity The couple met hundreds of shoulder surgery in 2011. "I'm weak as a wet noodle level picked up. people while hiking the PCT, "This gave me something to but says Gust is one of a hand- and I can't build it back again." live for," he said. ful that really stand out. When Walking even short distances Gust says the need has also they talk of the highlights of feels like too much and physiincreased as traffic on the trail their trip, Gust is one of them. cal therapy wasn't helping. "I'm sad that he's gone. I It's a struggle for him, since has gone up. Where he used to help 40 to 50 hikers a year, hope there'ssomeone to take he has been so active all his in recent years the number his place," she said. life. "It was very, very difficult soared to300 or more. Most Some hikers Gust encouncome through around August tered needed help q uickly. to give up the trail," said Gust. or September. There was the young man who "When I had to stop hiking, it Gust asked the hikers to fill had giardia for days before he nearly broke my heart." out a short form that included called Gust, who took him to His work as a trail angel information about who they the hospital after first getting brought that connection back. are, trail conditions and more. him a clean change of clothes. Now, that too is something he Most of the hikers used this The man ended up being hos- has to give up. "Here I sit, broken-hearted," space to write sweet thank- pitalized for several days. you notes to Gust. There was another young he said. Gust has small binders jam- man who ended up with e. Gust hopes to find someone packed with these notes — as coli. Gust ferried him from Big to replace him — s omeone well as postcards, Christmas Lake youth camp to a doctor's who loves the outdoors and cards and letters from hikers officein Sisters every day for is familiar with the PCT. He returned home. a week so he could get treat- wants someone who will have Reading through the thank- ment. Another woman broke an almost spiritual connecyou notes, it's hard not to be her hip and Gust drove her to tion with it. "The trail becomes touched by Gust's efforts: town, saving her the ambu- their church after a w h ile," • "Your good, pure heart is lance fee. One hiker had shin said Gust. amazing," wrote one hiker. splints so bad, Gust ended up He did find a fellow willing • "In my life I have not met taking him to the airport so he to take over maintaining the many such as you Lloyd," said could fly home. water supply at Windigo Pass. another. Gust estimates about half One thing that may be hard • "You are a true angel." of thehikers he encountered to replicate is Gust's love for The gratitude is overwhelm- needed some form of medi- the hikers. "He seems to just really care ing. One hiker wrote, "Lloyd cal attention. Usually, it was Gust is an amazing man who something small — a blister about the people," said Henhad made a magnanimous that became infected, a cut dricks. If a hiker's pack is too c ontribution t o the we l l - that needed dressing. heavy or shoes are too tight, "In addition to feeling sorry being of countless hikers and Gust wants to help ease their deserves a special place in for them, I literally fell in love burdens. "It's like he's almost heaven." with them," said Gust. responsible for their journey The love goes both ways. California residents Dustin in a way." "They are great people who "Duffy" Ballard and his wife — Reporter: 541-617-7860, love to talk about plants and encountered Gust during their ajohnson@bendbulletin.com

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ing to be a suffragette." One of Selfridge's dalliances "Mr. Selfridge" — we can only assume there 9 p.m. Sunday, PBS will be others — is actress Ellen Love, a fictional character By Jacqueline Cutler brought to life by Zoe Tapper. © Zap2it "She is a bit like Holly GoHarry Selfridge made shoplightly," Tapper says. "She has ping fun. Sure, people always this social butterfly way about shopped, but it was more of a her. She purrs her way around chore before Selfridgeredea room. Underneath her vulfined the experience in 1909. nerability, she has some deThough many A mericans mons. She's quite a modern may not know his name, the woman for her time, making lush eight-part series "Mr. her way in 1909. The occupa' yt . il.l.g Ifl', ) ,p ' Selfridge," launching on PBS' tion of being an actress was "Masterpiece Classic" on SunpBS almost akin to being a prostiday, brings viewers into his Frances O'Connor plays the title character's wife in "Mr. Selfridge," tute, and she represented this world. It's well worth the visit. premiering on PBS' "Masterpiece Classic" at 9 p.m. Sunday. celebrity status." Jeremy Piven ("Entourage") Besides falling in love with is perfectly cast as the brash her, Selfridge instantly recogAmerican in the title role. be disappointed. And those in the ground in an unfashion- nizes that his store needs an "I would describe him as who don't know where PBS able corner of London, a mag- icon, a face to represent it. He a burst of bright light, hope- is, come in; it is a totally acces- nificent store — S e lfridges picks her. fully endearing and a power- sible world." — that makes people want to L ike any w o nderful p e ful energy that possibly takes Sure, it's a far more manshop. riod piece, "Mr. Selfridge" has up a lot of energy in the room nered universe, yet human naFrances O'Connor ("Cash- magnificent costumes. "In Britain we don't have and yet is in love with what ture stays the same. mere Mafia"), who plays Rose, "People have the same de- Selfridge's wife, says when as much money tomake prohe does and his family and makes everyone in the room mons," Piven says. "They are she shops there, "Your heart grams as in America," costume feel special," Piven says. not hiding behind an iPhone rate goes up. It is such a beau- designer James Keast says. It's an apt description for and texting. You have to go tiful store, with high ceilings, "One of our skills is to make the man who seems to always face to face. You can't hide. To and when you enter, it is so it look expensive. With that in have something to prove and me, what better time to depict glamorous." mind, it was mostly filming in whose c harisma e n chants as an actor?" Rose is a smart, established a shop where the colors will people. In the pilot, Selfridge an- woman who knows her hus- be black because that was the Set in England around the nounces, "We are going to band is having affairs. By the uniform of the day." same time as "Downton Ab- show the world how to make second episode, she is deterHe revived period dresses, bey," "Mr. Selfridge" is very shopping thrilling." mined to not be lonely. dyed fabrics and added flour"I can understand why he much its own series. He does. Selfridge has more ishes, using his own stash of "I lump it in with 'Downton,' than a touch of PT. Barnum in chose her," O'Connor says. vintage lace. As perfect as this but it has a pace all its own," him. He's a man of appetites, "She has a quiet strength, a looks and well cast as the acPiven says. "It has a sense of a huge ego and a visionary. sense of being grounded, and tors are, as with any series, it humor. Those who like period Surrounded b y na y sayers, is very reassuring. She's her all comes down to the writing. drama, come in; you will not Selfridgecreates,from a hole own person. She's not ever goHere, it is Andrew Davies 11'

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Reared by a singlemom after his father took a powder, Selfridge lived the l i fe of someone always trying to prove himself. "He was a kind of American tragedy in four or five long acts lived out in London," Davies says. "The whole complexity of it, it could be almost as rich as 'The Sopranos.' He is a very powerful guy. He can exercise

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bly wrong. — Can't Take It In Florida Dear Can't Take It: If your sister jumped in knowing you were interested in Joey, it was sneaky and wrong. But you have nothing to gain by declaring war over it. Keep your options open and bide your time. With luck, their romance will blow over — and when it does, if you have maintained your position as Joey's"close friend," you can make your move then.It may take nerves of steel, but I have faith in you, and it will be worth it in the

long run. Dear Abby: My niece is being married soon on the East Coast. My husband and our two teenaged children have been invited to attend. We cannot afford the multiple airfares and the cost of hotel ac-

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commodations that attending this wedding would require. We don't look poor and we don't act poor, but money is very tight right now because we're paying for the last semester of our third child's college tuition. I had already sent a lovely s hower gift t o m y niece. How can we gracef ully d e c l in e t h e invitation w it h o ut offending anyone? We also have household repairs that have to be attended to. — Just Don't Have It In San Diego Dear Just Don't Have It: As I see it, you have two choices — respond by saying you have a "conflict," or tell these relatives you would love to be there, but with the cost of a college education these days, you can't swing it. (I vote for the latter) Dear Abby: I lost my mom last year. It was unexpected, and my father and I are still hurting. Mom had a friend who never fails to tell me how the loss of her mother and her husband was much more painful for her than my loss. Every time I have the unfortunate luck of answering the phone when she calls, she'll ask how I'm doing, then launch into how hard it was on her and I don't know the true pain that she does.

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they understand how I f eel and what I'm going through. No one knows the depth of what I'm experiencing, except maybe my sibling. I moved back home to take care of my wonderful mother. She was my best friend. I could tell her anything and she was never judgmental. I loveher and Ihurtfrom her loss. Please tell people when offering condolences to just listen and be there. That's what anyone who suffers aloss needs more than anything. Do not compare your pain to theirs. And Abby, please know how sorry I am for the loss of your own dear mother, and thank you for letting me vent. — Hole In My Heart In Ocean Springs, Miss. Dear Hole In Your Heart:I'm sorry for your loss, too, and you're welcome. Please know that no rule of etiquette says you have to listen to that woman's insensitive prattle. The next time she starts, it is perfectly acceptable to stop her cold and tell her that when she compares her pain to yours she is being insensitive, and that if she does it one more time you will hang up. Clearly, she is not calling to see how you're doing; she is calling to dump. There are times when you must protect yourself, and this is one of them. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com or P.O.Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069

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CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan. 19) ** * * * J o in friends, go to a game or do some shopping.Youare happiest when you're with others. You don't need to pressure yourself in the way you have in the past. Tonight: Play it low-key.

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2660 SESagebrush Dr, Madras • 3 bedrooms+ office, 2.5 bath • 2-car garage + 3rd bay finished storage area • 24x32 finished shop • Great outdoor living • Open floor plan • Spacious kitchen MLS¹201301241

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• 55149 Forest Lane • 3 bed, 2 bath, 1224 SF • Very comfortable home for weekend getaways or full time living in the woods • Desirable development • Close to the Big Deschutes MLS¹201206233

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Deschutes River Frontage! $520,000

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Equestrian Meadows l $785,000 • Open floor plan for entertaining

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Broken Top Classic l $945,000

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Great Value on 4 Bdrm NW Bend j $725,000 SW Bend j $251,000 Northwest b u n galow.$599,900 It's all about Great Home - Terrific Nice double wide MFH 3 bdrm, 2 bath, custom 1 6751 SW Dove R d . Home. Get ready to • 3658 sq.ft. • 2080 sq.ft. LOOK ... the perfect the views! Stunning Condition! $167,500. on just over 1.5 acre home, huge shop, B eautiful cust o m • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath pack and move in this • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath NW Bend bungalow in Smith Rock and city Corner Lot, 2016 sq. on cul-de-sac. Close $299,000 2,500 sq.ft. Iog home spacious 4 bdr m • Panoramic river & city • .77 acre on canal need of your personal v iews from this i n - ft., 3 bdrm, 2.5 baths, t o BLM. C ould b e MLS¹201203307 on 4.9 acres. Gour• MLS 201301822 home at an a fford- views touches. Cute 3 bed- credibly built 3 bdrm, open floor plan, fam- Nice horse property Julie Fahlgren, Broker, met kitchen w/cherry a ble price. It i s l o - • MLS 201203099 Debbie Hershey, room home with full 3.5 bath, 3250 sq. ft. ily room, living room, Newer septic. Fenced 541-550-0098 c abinets, gran i t e cated at the end of a John Snippen, Broker, Broker, CRS, GRI basement, rear alley home! Enjoy the cov- patio, lan d scaped, for pet s . Shop Crooked River Realty counters, & farmer's dead-end street and MBA, ABR, CRS, GRI 541-420-5170 access and p rivate ered patio with those fenced RV area. w/raised wood floor, sink. Great room has orse p roperty w i t h floor to ceiling winfeatures a main level 541-312-7273 fenced yard with ma- easterly views backJim Hinton power, lights, work Hbarn, over 5 a c res. dows w/mtn v iews. master suite plus de541-948-9090 ture t rees a n d a ing to common area 541-420-6229 benches. mud room Fenced and c r o ss Hickory hardwood & luxe kitchen with ss 10x12 structure. The and short distance to Central Oregon Realty sq. ft. not included in appliances, cook isupgraded kitchen has sports center, swimGroup, LLC home sq.ft. Owner will fenced. $119,900 tile f loors. R a diant ¹201300986 Call land & pantry. There a garden window, plus ming pools, s pray Investment Opportunity consider carrying con MLS floor heating. MORRIS 5 41-550-0098. J u l ie is a neat parlor with vinyl windows, gas park. Home-ID 989 tract with large down. $499,999 MLS REAL ESTATE 3 b d rm, c h arming Fahlgren cozy a fireplace and heat & bathroom with Eagle Crest Properties MLS¹ 201208751. J u niper MORRIS y d p d«lyO R d Op « d Bungalow style home, $79,500 Crooked River Realty upstairs are 3 bdrms, claw foot tub. There 866-722-3370 201300765 Cascade Realty, 541-504-5393 REAL ESTATE in d owntown R e dSW Bend - 61131 Kehuge family room and may be room to add a Realty, 541-536-1731 5 2916 Old L ak e R d 20 Acres j $310,000 pler St. 5/2.5+ huge large lau n dry/craft garage with an apart- $ 199,900 Enjoy t h i s mond. Detached ga$199,000. Two 1848 • 2600 sq.ft. b eautiful view f r om rage, lot of off street 51340 Anchor Way room. The owner just Old world charm with bonus room. Enjoy ment. Call Gary for sq.ft. h o m es , 40 • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath the Sisters to Smith p arking. Zoned f o r $39,900. 1.25 a c re installed new carpet 4 015 sq. f t . m a i n the Bend River Trail! more details. 1 107 acres. High L a kes• Solar & wind powered on the deck of home office, residen- with city water and MLS¹ 201301015 and all n e w p a int. house & 1040 sq. ft. NW Federal $250,000 Rock Realty & Pr o perty• MLS 201103546 this townhome. This 2 t ial, could b e c o n sewer. High L a kes John Furrow, Broker There is a fenced yard shop/wine room situGary Everett, CCIM Management, bdrm, 2 b ath, 1419 verted to commercial Realty & Pr o perty Kelly Neuman, Broker 541-647-0910 p lus this is on e o f ated ato p A w brey Principal Broker 541-536-0117 sq. ft. townhome fea- u se. $99,9 0 0 . Management 541-480-2102 several homes that Butte on 1.07 acres, Fred Real Estate Group 541-480-6130 oen541-536-0117 tures, wall-to-wall MLS¹201206148 will be available on this home is an Joan Steelhammer, Need help fixing stuff? Terrango Glen 3 bedwindows, builtin enCall Kelly Starbuck, this street. 21179 SE tertainers delight" with r oom, 2.5 b aths i n Broker 52375 Ammon Road. Call A Service Professional tertainment ce n t er, Principal Broker, 541-419-3717 Philly A ve., B e n d. 4 bd & 3.5 ba. Appt 2276ysq.ft. Modified A- F rame, find the help you need. o n a 541-350-3419 propane fireplace and only wit h D a nielle. 13,500ysq.ft. Remax $239,950. huge shop. $269,900. www.bendbulletin.com Iot. large great room for Redmond RE/MAX MORRIS Gary Everett, CCIM www.johnlscott.com/d High Lakes Realty & landscape & entertaining. Land & Homes Principal Broker aniellesnow Danielle Tiered 747 REAL ESTATE P roperty Man a g e $309,900 Powell Butte stairs to Canal level Home-ID 796 Real Estate 541-480-6130 Snow, Broker gathering area w/fire- Southwest Bend Homes Eagle Crest Properties 5 .58 acres w ith 3 ment 541-536-0117 Joan Steelhammer, 541-306-1015 New Construction - 3 bdrm, 2 b ath, 2391 pit & p i cnic grove. 866-722-3370 40 acre horse property. Cr a f tsman Broker John L. Scott sq. ft. h ome. Cas- $238,500 bdrm, 2 b ath, 1548 Open 2 s t ory f loor Near Old Mill District 3 style 4 bedroom, 3 $149,900. 87479 N. 541-419-3717 Real Estate, Bend sq.ft., vaulted, gas cade Mountain and bdrm, 2 P/~ bath, 2398 $550,000 One of Sage plan with great room Star Ln. High Lakes Smith Rock views. All bath home w/views. Remax www.johnlscott.com sq. ft . , cou n t ry Builders award win- furnace-range-water l iving space that is heater, fenced, land- Realty & Pr o perty stainless appliances R elax in s wing o n Hager Mountain Esl ight & b r i ght w i t h kitchen, maple cabi- ning homes. Facing Powell Butte Estate Management covered front porch! 2 in kitchen. Beautiful scaped. $16 2 ,900 east and on the ¹17 tates - 4 lots, $30,000 1 0888 P o well B u t te m any w i ndows & nets. 6970 sq. ft. Iot. MLS ¹ 2 01 2 08875 541 -536-01 1 7 master suite with walk b edrooms on m a i n fairway of the Chaleach located in Silver H wy. 4 / 4 .5 , 4 7 0 0 custom lights. Granite $180,000. MLS¹ level/open floor plan/ in closet, jetted tub in Pam Lester, Principal 152232 Long Prairiel enge Course. L o Lake. U n derground sq.ft., on large acre- tile countertops, 201208231 cozy fireplace /great B roker, Century 2 1 Home, 4-car s hop, bath, double vanity power and conduit for age, hayfields, huge stainless steel appli- Pam Lester, Principal cated behind the prikitchen. Bonus space vate security gate as Gold Country Realty, storage, $ 1 4 9,900. with marble and travphone and i nternet. mountain views. ances & porcelain ce- B roker Century 2 1 ertine thr o ughout. upstairs/ triple car gaGold Country Realty, you enter the Ridge. Inc. 541-504-1338 V iews of Hage r Teri Cravens, Broker High Lakes Realty & ramic tile. Gas ?relarge back deck/ Offers 3 bedrooms, NEW Construction! 3 P roperty Man a g e Tack room, hay stor- rage/ Mountain. Septic feaplace with s t acked Inc. 541-504-1338 541-647-0910 yar d . a ge, f e nced a n d p atio/fenced 3.5 baths, 3376 sq. ft. sibility for s t andard Fred Real Estate Group rock surround, wood ment 541-536-0117 bdrm, 2 b ath, 1700 MLS¹ 201300385 Call cross-fenced for Traditional Sale! CounHome-ID 941 system. The area is a mantle & buil t - in VIRGINIA, P r incipal sq.ft, 23 acre lot, tile South Fawn horses. Home-ID 988 sportsman's paradise. Private in L a P i ne b ookcases & c a b i - try living but just min- Eagle Crest Properties floors, tile backsplash, 50760 Broker, 541-350-3418 Top-of-the-line 3 bdrm Eagle Crest Properties 5 2222 Lechner L n . utes to Bend. New 866-722-3370 Bobbie Strome, nets on either side. Redmond RE/MAX landscaped, fenced. h ome w i t h sh o p , 866-722-3370 Builder's custom L arge m ai n Principal Broker fl o o r carpet, new s t ove, $220,000 This is not a $169,900 Land & Homes $169,000. High Lakes h ome, s h op , o u t - master bedroom & and vaulted ceilings. John L Scott Real MLS201209125 Real Estate short sale. Very priRealty & Pr o pertyViews, Views, Views in buildings, bonus over bath. Formal dining Relax on your deck Estate 541-385-5500 Powell Butte! Custom Lester, Principal Management shop.¹201300397 overlooking your very vate setting, Creek- Pam room & guest powder 298.45 acre small ranch B roker, Century 2 1 3479 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, Historic District j Village t own541 -536-01 1 7 Holly Garner, Broker H w y 97. room too. Loft family s ecluded acre l o t ! side 2PI~ bath, b e autiful 153053 Gold Country Realty, $624,900 home s it s b e s ide 541-480-4208 $109,000 room w i t h bu i l t-in 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, 1092 cook's dream kitchen, $649,000. High Lakes Inc. 541-504-1338 • 2119 sq.ft. English pond & creek, in imFred Real Estate Group computer/desk unit. Mike Wilson, Broker Realty & Pr o perty cottage maculate c o ndition, New construction! NE sq. ft. frame home in 6.81 acres w/2 large 541-977-5345 or $315,000 MLS Management Wheeler Ranch, built separate s hops/ga• 3 bedroom, 2 bath a nd s h ow s tru e 541-389-7910 TURN THE PAGE ¹201209150 Redmond $165,900 in 2004, has vaulted rages. $475,000. MLS 541-536-0117 • Across from Drake pride-of-ownership. Hunter Properties LLC Bobbie Strome, 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 ceilings, gas fireplace, 201207007. For More Ads Call Park Premium up g rade ft. 2-story home, tile and appliances. Jeanne Principal Broker S c h arlund, • MLS 201205806 The Bulletin package, 3 bdrms, 2.5 sq. 748 John L Scott Real gas fireplace in great Double attached ga541-420-7978. Lester Friedman, b aths, 1871 sq . f t . L a n dscaped r age, front yard i s Central Oregon Realty Estate 541-385-5500 Northeast Bend Homes Paver deck w/wrought room. SE Bend j $265,000 with sprinkler system landscaped & decora- Group LLC • 2015 sq.ft. This is not a drive by. S QUEAKY CLEA N iron railing. Home-ID MLS¹201209172 tive fence, very clean, • 4 bedroom, 3 bath Call for details. There Large 1980 sq. ft. NE 877 Jim Hinton Equestrian Del i g ht! must see. $93,000 • Cul-de-sac location Eagle Crest Properties is much more to this 2-acre lot boasts 576 360 View / Top of B B end home. S p a541-420-6229 MLS¹ 201209339 • MLS 201300386 866-722-3370 property than meets sq. ft., 2-stall barn, c ious l i ving r o o m Central Oregon Realty Cascade Realty, Sue Conrad, t he eye. Land e xw/2-runs, hay s t rg, w/gas FP, 3 bdrm, 2.5 $120,000 - Open floor Group, LLC 541-536-1731 MORRIS Broker, CRS tends from Hwy 97 matted a i sles/stalls, bath $185,900. MLS¹ plan. 3 bdrm/2 bath. Newer S ingle S t o ry 541-480-6621 REAL ESTATE back beyond the MH 3 bedroom, 2 bath mfd. 201280332. Call Jim Large .21 acre fenced wash rack/tack bldg, on property; MH to be Hinton 541-420-6229 h ome, 3 b d rm, 2 5 y&p& l yO d da p d h ome on o ve r a n Lg turnout area & Irg lot/patio. Double atremoved upon sale. bath, office, sunroom, acre. well maintained Central Oregon Realty level arena. 1/4 mile Horse Property - 7085 tached garage. Almost 3 acres, all 2260 sq.ft, 60 acre, and has a rental. Also to public land. Frame Kent Lane, Culver. 39 Group, LLC Call VIRGINIA, Princimtn & S m ith R o ck utilities in & ready for has a detached dbl. 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. Acres w/37 acres of pal Broker, views. $269,000. MLS garage. $84,900. MLS your build. $125,000 T wo homes o n t h e MORRIS $354,900 NUID w ater r i g ht. 541-350-3418 www.johnlscott.com/3 ¹ 201206306 Pam banks of a large ca¹ 201004467 REAL ESTATE MLS¹201203418 Call Flood irrigated from a Redmond RE/MAX 6677 Faye P h illips, Lester, Principal BroCascade Realty, nal. Unique s etting Nancy Popp, Broker, Ig. pond w/gated pipe. y dp & d y O M d pp d Land & Homes ker, Century 21 Gold Broker 541-480-2945 541-536-1731 with two quality single 541-815-8000 1782 s q . ft . MFD Shevlin Ridge Beauty. Real Estate Country Realty, Inc. John L. Scott story homes nestled Crooked River Realty home. 4 bdrm/2 bath, Traditional Sale. West This home & property is Real Estate, Bend o n the banks of a 2 bdrm, 2 bath on 1.12 541-504-1338 shop, barn & 4-stall side custom - Skyline set-up to l ive. Low large irrigation canal acres. $129,000 MLS Newly renovated home maint. yard w / very 11.27 Acres j $644,000 barn. Outside arena R anch Rd. 4 B d r m www.johnlscott.com • 3790 sq.ft. Iog home in NE Bend. Both are ¹201203821 w /attached pen s . bath, 2 9 0 0 Tumalo Acreage in the heart of down- nice Sq . f t., lan d scaping, bedroom, 3.5 bath Mountain & c a nyon stainless steel, gran- 6 4474 Coyote R u n . located on over one Call Linda Lou D ay- town Redmond, close some grass in front & •• 3 Direct BLM access a cre w it h a par k Wright, Broker. to dry canyon trails, views. ite, cherry cabinets, 4/2.5+ Bonus room, 5 across the canal for 541-771-2585 b ack, fenced d o g • MLS 201206478 MLS¹201207831. C entennial Park & acres, o u tbuildings, area, covered rear MORRIS courtyard off master, Susan Agli, One 4 bed- Crooked River Realty $360,000 downtown amenities. huge bonus r oom. amazing kitchen. MLS privacy. 14x20 screened Broker, SRES REAL ESTATE room home (2,424 sq. 2 -Story home in N W Features refurbished deck. John L. Scott Real ¹201209378 party room with BBQ, More at www.central541-383-4338 ft.) with triple garage Redmond. Large 1705 pine hardwood floor- 15x20 work or craft Estate 541-548-1712 orhome.com/featured. Holly Garner, Broker 541-408-3773 plus a 3 be d room 541-480-4208 ing, laminate flooring shop (unfinished), Immaculate Home www.johnlscott.com/1 sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. (1,840 sq. ft.) Knotty alder cabinets, in the kitchen & din- 2 4x50 3-bay s h o p This home lives larger 5743 Ed Green, Bro- Fred Real Estate Group home with double garage. than sq. f o o tage. ker 541-598-5666 appl i ances, ing room, new paint with upper storage. Village Wiestoria j Perfect for two fami- SS inside & out, master Home has 4 bdrm, 3 Open floor plan, spaJohn L. Scott front/back land$425,000 lies or a cash flow ins eparation, din i n g bath, large open liv cious g reat r o o m, Real Estate, Bend • 3163 sq.ft. vestment with good scaped with irrigation. area and formal dinMORRIS vaulted ceilings, gas www.johnlscott.com • 3 bedroom, 3 bath ing area, office or den Jim Hinton tenants. Quality con- $189,900. REAL ESTATE ing room, a b o nus 541-420-6229 off living room. All fireplace, master bdrm • Custom Built structed homes near I d p d l yO d d dp d Sisters j $647,000 r oom/solarium, n e w has separation, cenhave metal • MLS 201208464 schools an d p a r ks Central Oregon Realty landscaping, fenced buildings sq.ft. roofs. Horse property, 12250 NW Dove Rd tral AC & recent up- •• 3650 Karin Johnson, Broker with all city services. Group, LLC 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath back yard, RV parkg rades make t h i s n p a v e d roa d . Custom cedar s i d ed 541-639-6140 Call Gary for more 3 bedroom, 2 b a t h , ing, alley access, de- o Cascade $269,900. MLS home warm & inviting. • Protected h ome with f loor t o details. 6 3 1 9 2 & Mtn views 1730 sq ft home, gas tached garage w/shop 201207419. Cascade c eiling windows t o $199,999 Hea t h er 63198 Wat e rcress fireplace, • MLS 201300193 area & storage along huge Realty, 541-536-1731 take in the mtn views C hesbro, Brok e r Pat Palazzi, Broker $598,000 kitchen, fenced. w/ central heat/AC. 503-807-3874 Immaculate 1841 sq. Gary Everett, CCIM Very spacious 1994, 541-771-6996 Call Today! $189,900 MLS¹201300635. Hunter Properties LLC f t., 3 b d rm, 2 b a t h Principal Broker 4bdrm/2bath 1755 sq. MORRIS $154,999. Pam MLS¹201208379 with tongue & groove 541-480-6130 In the Heart of Bend on John L. Scott Real Es- ft. mfd. home on 1.27 REAL ESTATE Lester, Principal Broceilings, gas Joan Steelhammer, Drake Park. Excepacres. Living rm, fam- vaulted ker, Century 21 Gold tate 541-548-1712 y dp d l yO d d d p d free-standing s t ove, tional Investment opBroker ily rm, dining area & Country Realty, Inc. wood accents. New 541-419-3717 Nice quiet street in Ter- utility rm. Large 2 car portunity. Own a triWalk to River. 541-504-1338 MORRIS h ardwood floors & rebonne. 2 bd, 1 bath Remodeled! Remax plex at the South end arage. Sold as is. REAL ESTATE of Drake Park with 2002 MH .98 acres with 3 bedroom, 2 b a t h , home. $ 8 4 ,900 69,900. MLS new swimming pool. y dp & l yO d d pp d MLS¹201301067 river/Mirror Pond garage/shop, w a ter 749 1822 sq ft home on ¹ 201300535. Cas - On completely fenced acres. $385,000 F a h lgren cade views in the heart of f eature, fire p it , & Southeast Bend Homes one acre, fenced, and Call J u li e Realty, 4.81 Sisters j $824,000 MLS¹ 201101447 541-550-0098 all that Bend has to • 3216 sq.ft. green house. N ew 2 shops! MLS¹ t oo 541-536-1731 Juniper Realty, o ffer. $595, 0 00 • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath flooring - Travertine, 20688 White Cliff Circle. new...$191,900 Pam Crooked River Realty 541-504-5393 756 www.johnlscott.com/7 • 20 acres tile, d o ors, l i g hts, 4 Bdrm, 2 bath home Lester, Principal BroNW REDMOND - 3 6 311 J o h n St e m - • MLS 201200880 sinks paint & MORE! FSBO, ker, Century 21 Gold Jefferson County Homes .46 a c r e, 14198 SW Nine Peaks bedroom, 2.5 bath. bridge, Broker Call f or deta i ls! single level, w/ office, Country Realty, Inc. Julia Buckland, Pl - Mtn views from Built-ins, tile kitchen 541-601-8881 $136,900! Close to schools~ Nice 3 Broker, ABR, ALHS, laundry room, paved 541-504-1338 t his 1960 sq. ft., 3 counters, gas fireJohn L. Scott www.johnlscott.com/4 driveway, h ardwood 821 NE Nickernut Ave, bdrm home in town CRS, GRI bedroom, 2 bat h place in the living Real Estate, Bend 3235 Lisa McCarthy, L andscaped with a home on 1.16 acre. 541-719-8444 f loors, w h it e v i n y l Redmond. Well maint. room. $126,500 www.johnlscott.com Broker, SRES fence. $26 0 ,000. 3 bdrm, 2 bath 1350 fenced y a rd , RV U pdated with n e w MLS¹201209508 541-419-8639 too! $79,900 carpet & vinyl flooring OBO. 541-317-5012. Mountain River Estates sq. ft. home. Spa- Call TRAVIS HANNAN, parking John L. Scott MLS¹201106963 and interior has been 19748 Dry Canyon. 3/3, Principal Broker, cious great room area Real Estate, Bend 750 D&D Realty Group LLC freshly painted. 936 2735 sq.ft., Jess Al541-788-3480 with a gas fireplace. www.johnlscott.com 866-346-7868 sq. ft. garage has a way Custom HomeRedmond Homes Redmond RE/MAX MORRIS Landscaped front and Must S ee ! MLS area, 2 bays & Welcome to Paradise. Land & Homes REAL ESTATE back yard with plenty Priced to Sell! Afford- shop 50 amp power for an ¹201207933 Real Estate Secluded and gated $599,900 Outstanding of room for outdoor a ble l i v ing, g r e at John Furrow, Broker V. Separate R V custom home nestled detail in design and activities. The garage The Bulletin starter or investment. R 541-647-0910 Small acreage. Hard to against soaring 150 ft. c onstruction of t h i s is insulated and sheet Looking for your next covered storage and $48,400. To Subscribe call Fred Real Estate Group find small a creage rim rocks and unob- beautiful 4 bedroom, r ocked with a w o rk carport. $139,500 employee? MLS¹201208170 541-385-5800 or go to with ma n u factured structed mountain and 3.5 bath, 3717 sq. ft. MLS¹ 201208272 and 220 AMP Place a Bulletin help D&D Realty Group LLC NE Bend j $189,900 home on it, includes 3 city views. Reclaimed Sage Builders home. bench www.bendbulletin.com Juniper Realty, service. $14 9 , 900 wanted ad today and 866-346-7868 • 1708 sq.ft. acres o f i r r igation, wood throughout with Located on the 18th MLS 201301310 541-504-5393 • 3 bedroom, 2 bath reach over 60,000 mountain views & is tuscan style high end hole of the Challenge View of Mt. Jefferson 1620 SF home adjoins Juniper Realty, readers each week. • Sits high on .13 of an fenced for your horse. chef's Wonderfully loc a ted kitchen. Course at Eagle Crest 541-504-5393 Your classified ad acre pasture with Land i s cur r ently www.johnlscott.com/ta Resort. Floor to ceilh ome with a c o m - 90-acre will also appear on • MLS 201300131 2-mile walking trail. leased on month to ing windows bring the Beautiful 2-Story 3 manding view of Mt. maramckie T a mara bendbulletin.com pump, propane month basis. PropMcKie, Broker outside in for bright bdrms, 3 baths, 1918 Jefferson and the sur- Heat which currently restove, dbl gar + boerty is close to airport, 541-460-9072 and o p e n liv i ng. sq. ft., stainless applirounding area. Beauceives over nus rm . $ 1 39,900. town & public land as ances, gas fireplace. John L. Scott Home-ID 352 tiful well kept home 1.5 million page well. Don't miss this Eagle Crest Properties Landscaped with irriwith spacious rooms. MLS¹20120766 Real Estate, Bend views every month Call Nancy Popp rare find. $199,900. gation $194 , 900. www.johnlscott.com 866-722-3370 MLS¹201206924 at no extra cost. 541-815-8000 MLS¹201004860 MLS¹201208280 $239,000 D&D Realty Bulletin Classifieds Crooked River Realty MORRIS D & D R ealty GroupWell maintained 3 bedJim Hinton, Group LLC Get Results! Just too many REAL ESTATE room, 2 bath, 1538 SF LLC 541-923-8664 541-420-6229 866-346-7868 Call 385-5809 or y&p d l yO d dd p d home, fenced yard, collectibles? 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Scott Real Fo r e st, ranch-style home with ing area, cozy wood o ws ha s i t s ow n Estate 541-548-1712 Stick built Dutch barn. kitchen with e a t ing 11728 S u n lots of room to play. online Classifieds. stove, heat pump A/C community pool, park style home. $110,000 bar. New blinds, fresh 2 Bdrm, 1104 sq.ft., $172,000 Bunkhouse. $108,000 & electric forced air MLS¹201300648 a nd 1/2 cour t . Where can you find a paint in & out. MLS¹201208213 High Lakes Realty & D&D Realty Group LLC heat. Home has gut- $259,500. Tony LeviCall Linda Lou Jim Hinton GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES, helping hand? P roperty Man a g e Day-Wright, ters and carport, large son, Broker 541-420-6229 866-346-7868 6 are three adorable, loving ment 541-536-0117 covered deck, chain 541-977-1852 From contractors to Broker, 541-771-2585 Central Oregon Realty or l ink f e nced y a r d . 541-389-7910 Crooked River Realty puppies looking for a caring home. 757 yard care, it's all here Group, LLC Look at: $55,000 MLS Hunter Properties LLC Please call ri ht awa . $500. Crook County Homes in The Bulletin's Bendhomes.com ¹201208196 3 bedroom, 2 bath on FANTASTIC VIEWS of "Call A Service John L. Scott Real Es- Sunriver Gem! Exten.29 acres with the city and Smith Rock. for Complete Listings of craftsman style sive Remodel... on a Professional" Directory backyard bordering tate 541-548-1712 L arge h o m e wi t h Area Real Estate for Sale Large Prineville home. 2703 QUAINT CABIN ON 10 ACRES! large corner lot. Parthe canal in Redhuge great r o om. sq. ft. 4 bedrooms, 3 Modern amenities andall the quiet NOTICE tially furnished priced mond. Recently upEasy access to Bend 52970 Walker Way baths. $159,000 All real estate adver- at $433,000; Unfur$184,000. 3 bd, 2 ba, you Will need. ROOm to grOWjII yOur dated with warm col& Sisters. $180,000. FOR SALE MLS¹201203228 tised here in is subattached garage. High nished p r i ce d at ors, new flooring & MLS¹201201489 0Wn little ParadiSe! Call noW. Call Don Chapin, Broject to t h e F e deral $425,000. Call today When buying a home, Lakes Realty & Prop fixtures throughout. Call Travis Hannan, F air Housing A c t , for more details. Suerty Man a gement ker, 541-350-6777 MLS¹201301070 Principal Broker, 83% of Central Redmond RE/MAX 541-536-0117 which makes it illegal san Pitarro, Broker Oregonians turn to Kelly Starbuck, Prin541-788-3480 FORD F150 XL 2005. This truck Land & Homes to advertise any pref- 541-410-8084 or cipal Broker, Redmond RE/MAX 5 3610 Brookie, C u s Real Estate can haul jt all! Extra Cab, 4x4, erence, limitation or 541-389-7910 541-923-0855 The Bulletin Land & Homes ddy oo Central O doooy ode yppy t om 2500 sq. ft. + nd a tough V8 engine will get discrimination based Hunter Properties LLC Redmond RE/MAX Real Estate T wo homes o n t w o guest suite. $380,000 commercial lots sold on race, color, relihe job dOne on the ranChl Land & Homes Call 541-385-5809 to Bend j $154,500 Gentlemen Farm & Re- High Lakes Realty & gion, sex, handicap, • SW Real Estate place your Man a g e as one. Owner terms familial status or na- 1306 sq.ft. manufact irement. Cust o m P roperty Real Estate ad. avable. $124,900 Add color to tional origin, or inten- tured home ove r looking ment 541-536-0117 $449,900 Gour m et MLS¹201300807 Year-Round Vacation kitchen, new granite Willow Creek w/Cas- 51350 Anchor Way tion to make any such • .92 acre Call J u li e F a h lgren • Updated 3 bedroom, Home. Cozy Tollgate counter tops, master cade Mtn. views. 2892 Cabin on 1.25 acre 541-550-0098 preferences, l i m itations or discrimination. 2 bath home on half an acre suite + 2 guest bed- SF 1-level home w/in- w/city water, $59,900 Crooked River Realty For an additional • MLS 201301544 We will not knowingly with room fo r y o ur rooms & bathrooms door pool, 3360 SF High Lakes Realty & accept any advertis- Rookie Dickens, Broker, horse. Live an active on the main floor with shop, 2nd home & Two rental homes on '1 per day P roperty Man a g e GRI, CRS, ABR ing for r ea l e s tate lifestyle, c l ubhouse, a huge loft overlook- o ther b l dgs. 6 9 . 8 ment 541-536-0117 the same p roperty, 541-815-0436 which is in violation of swimming pool, biking the great room, acres w/62 acs of irboth currently rented. this law. All persons ing, horseshoes & and an expansive trex r ig. Home has t o o Cute studio cabin on Don't miss this one. are hereby informed tennis courts nearby. deck, ideal for enter- many features to list. 1.28 acre. $55,000. Owner terms availthat all dwellings adMary Johnston, Bro- taining. 3 bedroom, 3 Adjoins BLM. 15956 Jaco b sen able. $5 3 ,500 vertised are available ker, 541-420-0891 b ath. 2680 s q . f t . MLS¹201206931 Road. Hig h L a k es MLS¹201300810 To place your ad, visit www.bendbulletin.com on an equal opportuMORRIS John L. 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Amazing Views. Coun- Unique custom home, 3 One acre corner lot with Three Rivers South j 7825 SW River Road. SW River Rd. Walking try living at its best, bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2464 trees. $36,900. 16010 5.030 acres, canyon distance to the Des- Suntree Village ¹210 Snowberry Village ¹119 20780 Livingood Way. $44,900 u nbelievable u n o b- sq.ft. Sunroom with Alpine Drive, La Pine. • 1.05 acre lot views, septic & power chutes River and ex$48,900 $129,900 $94,500 Brand new structed Cascade Mt. aggregate floor, forHigh Lakes Realty & • Well, septic, power ino n l ot . $84, 9 0 0 cellent fishing. Amaz- • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, • 3 b edrooms, 2 . 5 2013 home. 3 bdrm, 2 Views! Unique, cus- mal living room, wide P roperty Man a ge stalled MLS¹201300989 Call ing view from top of 1848 sq. ft. b aths, 1920 sq . f t . bath. Features great t om 1908 s q .ft., 3 hallways. S p a cious ment 541-536-0117 • Enjoy the outdoors Melody Curry the 2.79 a cres l o t. • 1994 Fleetwood, large 2 000 Silvercrest t r i room design with very 541-771-1116. bdrm & 2.5 bath home indoor spa off master Two individual acres, • MLS 201205913 Hike, b i k e , rid e garage & shop plewide large open kitchen. n estled i n larg e bedroom, bath. Large fenced, Nicolette Jones, Broker Crooked River Realty horses, fly fish. Quiet • Living room & family • Living room, family Walk-in pantry, lots of gated. 72'X60' barn/shop on shop with office. Pic541-241-0432 & natural setting is room, dining room. tile, Corian center is51535 Rus B are ra n g e lan d . ideal for vacations or room 9.6 acres w/8.3 acres nic area, horse shoes, $89,900. • Open floor plan, lots of Immaculate land, stainless appliRoad, La Pine. Fenced and only 18 irrigation. p rivacy & v ie w s . sell year-round liv i n g. • w~ndows Remodeled kitchen ances, large master High Lakes Realty & miles from Madras. $49,000 u www.johnlscott.com/k $ 365,000. Call V i r - P roperty • 1 year AHS Warranty w/breakfast bar bath with soaking tub Man a ge T here are 2 w a t e r MLS¹201009429 elliecook. Kellie Cook, ginia, Principal Broincluded • Private master suite and walk-in all t i le ment 541-536-0117 wells - neither of Juniper Broker 541-322-9925 ker 541-350-3418 Realty, MORRIS Call Marilyn R ohaly, w/walk-in closet shower. Designer colwhich are being used. 541-504-5393 John L. Scott Redmond RE/MAX 1 4738 Birds Eye, L a REAL ESTATE Broker, 541-322-9954 • Master bath w/garden ors and window covElectricity is to one of Real Estate, Bend Land & Homes P ine, 1 a c r e w i t h John L. Scott Real t ub a nd doub l e erings. Landscaped y dp d l yO d dOp them. Mostly gentle SW Shad Rd. Located www.johnlscott.com Real Estate power/water. $39,900. Estate, Bend shower and fenced with large s lope w i t h be t t e r on a p aved street. Three Rivers South j High Lakes Realty & www.JohnLScott.com • Gas FA h eat PLUS attached garage. grass on the steeper This 2.7 acre parcel Gorgeous mountain Very nice recently up$75,000 Property A/C & fireplace. Too Cascade Village land. Possible owner has Mt. Jefferson & views! 36y acres Irri- dated & remodeled 2800 • .45 acre lot Management Smith Rock v i ews. Snowberry Village ¹46 many options to list! Homes N.W. LLC terms. MLS¹ gated w/small cabin, 1 sq ft. farm home on 40 • Backs Deschutes Na541-536-0117 Call Marilyn R ohaly, 541-388-0000 with Cascade Mtn 201301211 $200,000. The lot is level with $88,900 bedroom, 1 bath, pos- acres tional Forest Flood irrigated, N orth P o w el l B u t t e• Big Broker, 541-322-9954 John L. Scott Real Esmany building sites. • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths sible OWC! $225,000. views. 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By owner, wen 541-410-9730 kitchen with e a ting Redmond RE/MAX Find It in schutes River Can$569,000. 541-416-0941 Central Oregon Realty MLS¹ 201208266 area Land & Homes 63737 Cascade Village yon, and farming valThe Bulletin Classifiedsf Dr., $64,900 Juniper Realty, • Pellet stove Wonderful acr e a ge Group, LLC Enjoy Real Estate ley below, 5 usable 541-504-5393 • Huge covered BBQ 541-385-5809 set-up for horses with 14238 W h itewater mtn. views from large MORRIS acres with well Ideal Great Country home round pen. 4 - stall $59,900. One of few deck covered front deck, building site with un- Westerly Cascade view • Nice views REAL ESTATE has fenced property barn w it h c h i cken lots in W i l d R i ver. very open living area Suntree Village ¹159 o bstructed view s 1 a c r e lot wit h • Large laundry room y&p d l yO d dOp for animals. Wonder- coop, hay storage and High Lakes Realty & with updated carpet & water/power available • 2 -car attached f i n $34,200 MLS¹201205208 ful location and a nice complete bunk house. P roperty Three Rivers South j window coverings. 2 at r oad. S t andard • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Man a ge Gail Day 541-306-1018 shop area. Ready for 40x60 s h op/garage ment 541-536-0117 ished garage $79,000 • 1598 sq. ft., 1985 Fu bdrm, 2 bath turn-key, approval. • Immaculate! Central Oregon Realty septic a family wanting to • .86 acre lot move-in co n d ition. finished with bath. Hot $58,000. qua Group, LLC live on acreage and house, 2 ponds,land- 1.62 acre flat lot with • 1 block from Big DesCall Marilyn R ohaly • Living MLS¹201205389 room & dining & BONUS; New Electric have room to spread scaped. Mountain & Broker, 541-322-9954 some improvements chutes River Lift. Call Nancy Popp, family room out. MLS¹201209328 for RV use. Perfect, • Near La Pine State John L. Scott Real m eadow views. 1 2 Cascade Village CHECK YOUR AD 541-815-8000 • All vaulted and open Estate, Bend $249,900 Park frost f re e f a ucets, flat building site. AdHomes. Bend, Please check your ad Crooked River Realty living D&D Realty Group LLC wrap-around decks on joins • MLS 201207525 www.JohnLScott.com gree n belts. 541-388-0000 on the first day it runs • Newer appliances wa 866-346-7868 775 Sherry Perrigan, Broker h ome a n d muc h $59,900 to make sure it is corter heater, heat pump MLS¹201205397 more. $375,000 541-410-4938 • FACTORY SPECIAL rect. Sometimes inManufactured/ 1 ye a r AHS Hand-hewn, prow front What are you C all N a nc y Po p p , New Home, 3 bdrm, MLS¹ 201207852 s tructions over t h e Warranty — a must see! Mobile Homes log home on 1.5 acre 541-815-8000 $46,500 finished Cascade Realty, phone are misunderlooking for? Call Marilyn R ohaly, rim lot! Stunning Cason your site. 541-536-1731 Crooked River Realty stood and a n e r ror Snowberry Village ¹98 Broker, 541-322-9954 cade & D e s chutes You'll find it in J and M Homes can occur in your ad. $79,500 John L. Scott Real $39,900 - Lot 141 SW River Canyon views. 3 763 541-548-5511 If this happens to your • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. The Bulletin Classifieds Estate, Bend MORRIS C rater L oop. W e l l bdrm, 2.5 bath + ga- Recreational Homes ad, please contact us • 1404 sq. ft. 1999 Sil www.JohnLScott.com Snowberry Village ¹16. REAL ESTATE Treed Lot ! MLS ¹ r age. $239, 9 00 the first day your ad vercrest & Property 201105162 y dp d l y O d dOp d 3 bdrm & 2 bath, 1580 MLS¹201301080. appears and we will • Vaulted ceilings - de 541-385-5809 C all M e l od y Cu r r y Three Rivers South j C all N a nc y Po p p , ft 1 9 9 7 S i l verbe happy to fix it as 20737 Livingood Way. sq G et-away acre w i t h 541-771-1116 signer colors 541-815-8000 crest, vaulted ceilings, $8,000 s oon as w e c a n .• Gas heat and A/C. El Newer 2003 3 Bdrm, FOUR RV hookups!. Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty lots of windows, FA & •.50-acre lot Snowberry Village ¹16 2 bath turnkey home. Deadlines are: Week- evated corner lot $65,000. 1567 5 heat pump (A/C), At• Bring your RV $94,500 days 11:00 noon for New appliances, lots K asserman Dr., L a nice views Say "goodbuy" 2 car finished • Close to lakes bedrooms, 2 baths Take care of next day, Sat. 11:00 • Attached 2-car g a •• 31580 of upgrades, custom tached Pine. High Lakes Re sq. ft. 1997 Sil garage, wood lami• MLS 201206354 a.m. for Sunday and to that unused window co v e rings, alty & Property Man rage + shop area your investments solar tube, & Becky Brunoe, Broker Monday. and back decks. nate, agement • Front deck and rear • vercrest more. Covered front & item by placing it in Vaulted ceilings, lots front 541-350-4772 with the help from 541-385-5809 541-536-0117 Pristine fenced courtpatio back deck, concrete of windows The Bulletin Classifieds Thank you! The Bulletin's Call Marilyn Rohaly, • FA heat & heat pump yard entry. Very open back patio. $94,500. 1bd/1ba frame home in The Bulletin Classified concept with close to Broker, 541-322-9954 Marilyn Rohaly, Bro"Call A Service G ilchrist. Make t h is (A/C) 1500 sq.ft. $74,300 John L. Scott Real • A ttached 2-car f i n ker 541-322-9954 5 41 -385-580 9 your home or a getCascade Village Professional" Directory Estate, Bend Looking for a getaway John L. 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Surrounded by Haniford, Pr i n cipal mtn. views! $40,500$54,900 Cute 3 bdrm, Priced to sell $32,900 large farms and sets Broker, 541-536-1731 ervoir, Public Lands and covered deck MLS¹201105165 Call Acreages your home with the 2 ba t h , upd a t ed Charming exc. c ond. for hiking & h o rseatop a knoll in Ma- Cascade Realty Melody Curry help of a professional Call Marilyn Rohaly, kitchen & bath, new 3B/2B, 1322 sf, new dras area. You can Broker, 541-322-9954 541-771 -1 1 1 6. RV lot grandfathered-in, back riding, d owncarpet & t i le, n i ce ext/int paint, Pergo in town Prine v ille, from The Bulletin's see forever! Shop has Great Potential. Cute John L. Scott Real Crooked River Realty come camp or build covered front deck & mobile home with "Call A Service kitchen, Irg. front yard stalls & plenty of room Lakes Golf Estate, Bend your dream h ome. Meadow back yard with w/deck. A must see! covered decks. Re- Be creative! Build to fit for hay & t ack. Or www.JohnLScott.com large Septic/Power/ Water. Course & even fish- Professional" Directory deck. Spotless and model started. Paved Call Lynda W a lsh, bring your toys that your new business. $57,900 ing the Crooked River. like new. Street. Near Prinevdon't require f o od! Lot adjoins 18-hole MLS¹201207367 Views from rock out Snowberry Village ¹70 Snowberry Village ¹55 broker, 541-410-1359 Cascade Village ille Reservoir. PriPrudential NW ProperW ith over 6 a c r es golf c ourse. G r eat Linda Lou Day- Wright, croppings, to the val$69,500 $52,500 Homes N.W. LLC vacy with views. Idlevisibility! Well t r avley below with Ochoco ties Iwalsh.prunw.com there's plenty of room. • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, • 2 bedrooms, 2 baths Broker, 541-771-2585 541-388-0000 eled paved road, in Crooked River Realty This custom b right way Acres. $55,000M tns & beyo n d . attached 2-car garage • 1296 sq. ft., 1994 Sil MLS¹201300335 business a re a at MLS¹201301312 780 home has many up• 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil vercrest 20774 LivingWay. Like Call Virginia, R EADY T O BUI L D ! $39,475 CCR. $39,900 grades, great f loor vercrest • Lots of w i ndows & Mfd./Mobile Homes New 3 Bdrm, 2 bath Principal Broker 5.07 acres, flat l ot, John L. Scott Real Es- • Large living room, din MLS¹201207332 plan, large r ooms, vaulted ceilings home is loaded with with Land 541-350-3418 Call Nancy Popp, mature trees, paved tate 541-548-1712 fireplace & so much ing area • All appliances are in upgrades, i ncluding 541-815-8000 road, 1/3 interest in • m ore. $210, 0 00 Redmond RE/MAX Vaulted c e i lings, cluded c ustom paint, n e w 5 ACRES with mounLand & Homes Crooked River Realty well, applied for stan- Lot 22 SW Chipmunk MLS¹201105983 Sunny windows Rd. Level 5.19 acres • FA heat & heat pump • FA h e at a nd h e at lighting, skylight and tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 Real Estate dard septic. $99,900. D&D Realty Group LLC Broken Top j $169,000 pump/A/C custom deck i ng. b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , MLS¹ 20 12 0 4695 with mountain views. 866-346-7868 • Nicely landscaped, (A/C) • .42-acrehome site 764 Well treed with sevOversized 2 car ga- 36x40 shop, fenced, Pam Lester, Principal • Front porch and large great rear yard! • On the 17th green eral possible building rage with storage and irigated, ext. sprinkler Farms & Ranches B roker, Century 2 1 New Construction - 3 back deck • Home plans included Call Marilyn Rohaly, workshop sites. Community $2 7 9 ,000. area. system. Gold Country Realty, bdrm, 2 b ath, 1748 Call Marilyn R ohaly, Broker, 541-322-9954 water & power avail$84,700. MLS 2809225. Pam sq.ft., on 1.49 acres, Ranch in Powell Butte • MLS 201209583 Inc. 541-504-1338 Broker, 541-322-9954 John L. Scott Real Matt Robinson, Broker able at the street. Lester, 541-504-1338 Cascade Village $925,000. Pride of granite counters, SS John L. Scott Real Nice mountain views. Estate, Bend 541-977-5811 Owner terms availHomes N.W. LLC C entury 2 1 , Go l d ownership/Borders appliances, fireplace Estate, Bend 3.09 acres. $95,950www.JohnLScott.com able. $69,000 MLS¹ 541-388-0000 County Realty with custom mantel. BLM. Feed Lot, hay www.JohnLScott.com MLS¹2609088 201106095 $329,000 MLS Barn, Equip. Shed Call Linda Lou DayJuniper Realty, ¹ 201209128 Pam MLS¹201206082 Wright, Broker, 541-504-5393 Vicci Bowen Lester, Principal Bro541-771-2585 541 -41 0-9730 MORRIS ker, Century 21 Gold Advertise your car! Crooked River Realty Country Realty, Inc. Central Oregon Realty REAL ESTATE Add A Picture! 541-504-1 338 Group, LLC 5 acres adjoins public y dp d l yO d d Op d Reach thousands of readers! land over Deschutes Call 541-385-5809 771 B uildable Lot o n t h e River. Short walk to The Bulletin Classifieds Powell Butte! 10 Acre! Canal. Desirable lot in river. $ 7 4 ,900 Views! $815,900. Lots R idgewater 11. L o - MLS¹201102328 Call Mountain Views! 3.39 Spacious 3863 sq. ft. cated on irrigation ca- Linda Lou Day-Wright acres with crazy custom home, gor- Lot 17 L a newood Nice flat .18 acre Broker, 541-771-2585 mountan views! geous kitchen, 560 $25,000. B e a utiful, nal. Owner will carry. sq. ft. office, RV bldg., treed, 1 .7 5 a c r es. lot with mature juni- Crooked River Realty $103,000 per trees & located in shop, & more. Ask for High Lakes Realty & of Over 7 acres of private MLS¹201100748 Extensive Fe a t ure P roperty Man a ge neighborhood property with views. higher end homes in Call Travis Hannan, Sheet $ 8 15,900. ment 541-536-0117 $106,500 SE B e n d . Mar c i Principal Broker, MLS¹201106428 MLS¹201106739 208 2nd Ave, Culver541-788-3480 Schoenberg, Realtor Call Virginia, Call Julie Fahlgren, Level city lot in the 541-610-7803 Redmond RE/MAX Principal Broker Broker, 541-550-0098 heart of Culver. All John L. Scott Land & Homes 541-350-3418 Crooked River Realty u tilities are a t t h e Real Estate, Bend Real Estate Redmond RE/MAX street ready to be inwww.johniscott.com 9.89 acres possibly di Land & Homes NE Redmond j stalled. This lot just Real Estate vidable. $89, 9 00. Downtown Bend j $890,000 needs y o u r new 1300 Circle Bar, La • 16.25 acres $650,000 Price Reduction!!! Pan- home. $38,200 Pine. High Lakes Re • .43 acre lot • Development oppporMLS¹ 201203505. oramic Views! Great alty & Property • RH zoning tunity Juniper Realty location 3 miles NW of Management • Near parkway & shop• Great location 541-504-5393 Redmond. Views of 541-536-0117 • MLS 201208031 ping Smith Rock & 1 6261 Pine D r o p • MLS 201300631 Tisdel, ABR, $48,900, 1-acre. O chocos. Cus t o m N icely c l e ared & Michelle PC, Broker Lisa Campbell, Broker Mountain views. built 2478 sq. ft. home fenced acre. $35,000 541-390-3490 541-419-8900 MLS¹201206664 on 4.74 acres. 1800 High Lakes Realty & Call Linda Lou sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. P roperty Man a ge Day-Wright, Broker, 4.74 a c r es . MLS u •

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M L S Crooked River Realty building sites with Mtn vinyl windows, the list on the property line. ¹ 2012001172 Pa m All it needs is goes on. Garage, car- This is the perfect lot!! Lester, Principal Bro- 32.42 Acres in Urban views. Growth Bo u n dary, your dream h ome. port and RV covered Home-ID 973 MLS¹ ker, Century 21 Gold Adjacent t o The $96,500 parking. 12851 SW Eagle Crest Properties Country Realty, Inc. 20120135 Deer Crossing. Greens, kitty corner to 866-722-3370 Juniper Realty, 541-504-1338 new Ridgeview High $109,000 MLS 541-504-5393 Great Mountain View One acre. Driveway in 201204401 School. $5 9 9 ,000. home site, short dis MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 Redmond - 2.59 acres Juniper Realty, place. 7981 SW High tance to the Lakeside Cone. $29,900. 541-504-5393 Pam Lester, Principal close to town. Owner S ports Center a n d B roker, Century 2 1 MLS¹201003931 will carry. $97,000 Serenity and Privacy on Spray Park, come and Gold Country Realty, MLS¹201100751 Call Melody Curry 4.62 acres. Comfort- enjoy listening to the Inc. 541-504-1338 541-771-1116 Call Travis Hannan, able 3 b e droom, 2 quiet. Avoid bank clos Crooked River Realty Principal Broker, FIND IT! b ath home a n d a ing costs; the seller is 541-788-3480 BUY tT! 30x40 shop with over- offering exc e l lentRiver Frontage on Little Redmond RE/MAX sized RV door. Build terms to a q ualified Deschutes River. 6+ SELL IT! Land & Homes buyer on this .44 acre acres with 300 ft. of The Bulletin Classifieds your custom h ome Real Estate with brea t htaking lot. $83,500 Home-ID riverfront on the little views of the Cascade 619 D eschutes Riv e r . 4 38 Acre v i e w l o t SW Canyon Dr. 1.13 mtns. or enjoy as is. Eagle Crest Properties Views of Mt. Bachelor, backs BLM, Cascade acres w it h a c c ess mtn & S m ith R o ck from two streets pro866-722-3370 South Sister & Bro$246,000. man y MLS¹201205440 ken Top. Nadine Ash, views. Corner lot, ap- v iding y o u $59,000 O u t standing proved for standard building site options. D&D Realty Group LLC Broker 541-390-4017 builders dream lot in a septic. $199,000. MLS Views of Mt. Jeffer866-346-7868 John L. Scott quiet n e ighborhood Real Estate, Bend ¹2809381 Pam son. Owner t e rms Lester, Principal Bro- available. Single level on 1 acre, 3 and backs u p to $5 8 , 500 www.johnlscott.com common area. This ker, Century 21 Gold MLS¹201106385 bdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 property is priced to The Highlands at BroCountry Realty, Inc. sq.ft., master separaJuniper Realty, ken top, 1 0 a c res, 541-504-1338 541-504-5393 tion, office, fenced, sell and w on't l ast long! Home-ID 968 gated, private well, f lower garden, R V utilities at lot, applicaSW Chipmunk Rd. Eagle Crest Properties parking. $ 1 4 5,000. Dryland Acres 866-722-3370 tion for cap-fill septic. (440) Level 21 5.16 acres MLS ¹ 20 1 0 07848. 5 miles east of AshMLS wood on G r osner with community water Pam Lester, Principal 13740 S W Ca n y on $535,000. ¹ 201200937. Pa m installed. Mt. view B roker, Century 2 1 Drive. 1.22acre lot. Lester, Principal Bro- R d. S p ring a n d from back of property. Gold Country Realty, B uild y o u r dr e a m ker, Century 21 Gold pond. Good for seaTwo nice-sized storInc. 541-504-1338 sonal grazing, hunthome! $ 4 7 ,500 Country Realty, Inc. age buildings ining/recreation. MLS¹201105164 541-504-1338 cluded. $74,700. MLS Sisters j $549,000 $330,000 firm. As is. Call Melody Curry 201300800 • 3000 sq.ft. No agents. 541-771-1116 Three 9148 sq.ft. FLAT Juniper Realty, • 3 bedroom, 2 bath 541-205-3788, Crooked River Realty lots, cul-de-sac, utili541-504-5393 • 6.75 acres, barn ties stubbed into PUE, 541-823-2397, • MLS 201205094 15194 Ponderosa Lp. close to West Can- dobales@msn.com SW D O V E R D . M t. Mark Valceschini, P.C., 1.41 acres ready for yon Rim Park and acWashington & Three Broker, CRS, GRI you! $55,000. High cess to the Dry Can- 5 Acre corner lot. 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Garage Sale Special Electra Glide 2005, • Zieman 4-place work in psychology, so103" motor, two tone (caii for commercial line ad rates) state. If you have 4 lines for 4 days.................................. trailer, SOLD! cial work o r r e l ated concerns or quescandy teal, new tires, mental health f i elds. tions, we suggest you All in good condition. 23K miles, CD player 18'Maxum skiboat2000 Located in La Pine. Demonstrated compeyour attorney hydraulic clutch exA Payment Drop Box is available at CLASSIFIED OFFICE HOURS: tence in leadership, pro- consult Call 541-408-6149. inboard motor, g r eat or call CONSUMER cellent condition. g ram p l anning a n d Bend City Hall. CLASSIFICATIONS MON.-FRI. 7:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. HOTLINE, Highest offer takes it. cond, well maintained, Call The Bulletin At evaluation, p e rsonnel $9995 obo. 541-350-7755 1-877-877-9392. 541-480-8080. 541-385-5809 BELOW M A R K E D W ITH AN ( *) supervision and management. Salary range: BANK TURNED YOU Place Your Ad Or E-Mail REQUIRE PREPAYMENT as well $ 33,523-37,003 plu s DOWN? Private party I • i I as any out-of-area ads. The Bulletin v ery g enerous e m - will loan on real es- At: www.bendbulletin.com ATVs ployee benefits package. tate equity. Credit, no 860 reserves the right to reject any ad at bendbulletimcom r E-mail resume to Meet singles right now! problem, good equity Motorcycles 8 Accessories any time. is located at: toh $D @ No paid o perators, is all you need. Call thechildcenter.or Oregon Land Mort- B MW K100 L T 1 9 8 7 just real people like 1777 S.W. Chandler Ave. you. Browse greetgage 541-388-4200. 52k miles, b ronze, Ranch / Farm Team, Bend, Oregon 97702 ings, exchange mesin Eastern Oregon extra windshield, Just bought a new boat? trailer hitch, battery Yamaha Banshee 2001, sages and connect Seeking 2-person team Sell your old one in the Try it free. Call PLEASE NOTE: Check your ad for accuracy the first day it appears. Please call us immediately if a correction is for hard labor job op- classifieds! Ask about our charger, full luggage custom built 350 motor, live. Super Seller rates! hard bags, manuals race-ready, lots of extras, now: 8 7 7-955-5505. needed. We will gladly accept responsibility for one incorrect insertion. The publisher reserves the right to accept or e rating a rem o t e 541-385-5809 ranch, dealing with and paperwork. Al- $4999/obo 541-647-8931 (PNDC) reject any ad at anytime, classify and index any advertising based on the policies of these newspapers. The publisher shall not be liable for any advertisement omitted for any reason. Private Party Classified ads running 7 or more days cattle, wheat farming LOCAL MONEyrWe buy ways garaged. $3200. and large garden. No Don, 541-504-5989 will publish in the Central OregonMarketplace each Tuesday. secured trustdeeds 8 smoking, drug use, note,some hard money CRAMPED FOR drinking or c r iminal loans. Call Pat Kelley 270 476 CASH? history; we will check. 541-382-3099 ext.13. Heating & Stoves Lost 8 Found Employment Use classified to sell Must have lived and those items you no Opportunities 573 worked in the country NOTICE TO Found assortment of longer need. and understand that Business Opportunities ADVERTISER tools on Barr Rd., north Call 541-385-5809 C a/I 54 /-385-580 9 Chief Engineers ranch life is a 24/7 job Since September 29, of Tumalo. 360-610-5443 to r o m ot e o u r service OPB Seeks Chief En- for both m e mbers.A Classified ad is an 1991, advertising for Call The Bulletin At gineers excited about Nearest drug store is EASY W A Y TO used woodstoves has the possibilities of the 100 miles away and REACH over 3 million 541-385-5809 been limited to modevolving broadcast inneighbors are few. 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Response - Tax built, you'll find 43k miles, loaded, Watercraft Vin ¹534426. vouchers attached, to the District Office at $32,900 OBO, Prinev- Deduction U N I T ED studs on rims/ professional help in $2Z3,488 the undersigned per- 55841 Swan D r ive, U ille. 541-447-5502 days B REAST C A N C E R Asking $12,900. Ads published in Wa- The Bulletin's "Call a sonal representative Bend Oregon 97707, 8 541-447-1641 eves. F OUNDATION P r o 541-610-6834. tercraft" include: Kaybetween the hours of at 404 NW F ranklin ~©) SUBARU. viding Free Mammoaks, rafts and motor- Service Professional" Ave., B e n d , OR 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 grams & Breast Canized personal Directory 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. 9 7701, w i thin f o u r p.m. cer Info 888-785-9788 Mercedes 450SL, 1977, watercrafts. For 877-266-3821 541-3B5-5809 months after the date (PNDC) " boats" please s e e 113K, well-maintained, Dlr ¹0354 of first publication of This is a public meetClass 870. araged, bot h t o p s. t his notice, o r t h e ing where delibera11,900. 541-389-7596 541-385-5809 may be barred. tion of t h e B u dget Automotive Parts, • P ilgrim 27', 2007 5 t h Chrysler Sebring 2004 claims All persons whose Committee will t a ke wheel, 1 s lide, AC, Service & Accessories W 84k, beautiful dark gray/ r ights may b e a f - place. P u blic comServing Central Oregon FmcF 1903 TV,full awning, excelMA brown, tan leather int., f ected by t h e p r o - ment will not be taken lent shape, $23,900. Ford explorer wheels, $5995 541-350-5373 R ceedings may obtain at this meeting. Addi541-350-8629 (4), $140. Like new. additional information tional notices will be Prowler 2009 Extreme 541-480-3923 Jeep Patriot 2 0 08 provided when public from the records of E dition. Model 2 7 0 4x4, 60k mi., single Oldsmobile Alero 2004, be TIRES set of 4 mounted the Court, the p e r- comment w i l l RL, 2 slides, opposowner, 5-spd, 30 mpg, classic 4-dr in showroom taken. A n y p erson on rims + extra rim. sonal representative, ing in living area, ent. new tires, exc. cond. 4 5% h w y tre a d , condition, leather, chrome $11,900 541-604-0862 or the attorney for the m ay appear at t h e sep. bedroom, Sea Kayaks - His & center, wheels, 1 owner, low 225/60R16, $400 obo personal representa- meeting. 2 ne w e x tra t i res, =— miles. $7500. Hers, Eddyline Wind hitch, bars, sway bar 541-489-6150 Little Red Corvette1996 tive. Dated and first Pilgrim In t e rnational 541-382-2452 Dancers,17', fiberglass included. P r o-Pack, published on March conv. 350 auto. boats, all equip incl., anti-theft. Good cond, 2005, 36' 5th Wheel, 23, 2013. Maureen L. 4 132K, 26-34 mpg. paddies, personal floModel¹M-349 RLDS-5 PORTLAND SWAP Stapp, Pers o n al 'til Re g . $12,500 541-923-1781 tation devices,dry bags, c lean. Fall price $ 2 1,865. MEET Representative. AT LEGAL NOTICE $19, 9 00. 541-312-4466 spray skirts,roof rack w/ 4/20/15. I 4 9 th ANNIJAL TORNEY FOR PER- The undersigned has towers & cradles. Re- 541-390-1122 April 5, 6 & 7, 2013 ~ SONAL REPRESENbeen appointed perCall The Bulletin At Jeep W r angler 4 . 0 duced price $1100/boat skslra©msn.com sonal representative 7a.m. -7p.m. Fri. & T ATIVE: Kristen S . Sport 1999, Hard top, 541-385-5809 Firm. 541-504-8557. 7a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat. Edwards, OSB¹ of the Estate of Keith running boards, prePlace Your Ad Or E-Mail RV 1000s Of Vendors! 093397, 2 2 5 NW D . S ampson, D e mium sound. 1921 Model T CONSIGNMENTS At: www.bendbulletin.com Collector cars and Franklin St., Suite 2, ceased by the Des Vin ¹432663. Delivery Truck I Mo t o rhomes WANTED Fiat 500 Pop Hatch- Bend, Oregon 97701, chutes County Circuit parts for sale $9,988 Restored & Runs We Do The Work ... back 2012, po wer RV $1000sin door Ph: (541) 318-0061, Court of the State of You Keep The Cash! $9000. ) SUBAR U. w indows, powe r Fax: (541) 318-0062, O regon, prob a te CONSIGNMENTS prizes by: On-site credit 541-389-8963 blue t ooth, kristen@bendlawfirm. WANTED I JO H NNY LAW I 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. doors, number 1 3 P B0023. approval team, premium wheels. We Do The Work ... MOTORS com. PER S ONAL All persons having 877-266-3821 web site presence. Vin ¹125141. You Keep The Cash! 503-678-1823 REPRESENTATIVE: c laims against t h e Dlr ¹0354 We Take Trade-Ins! On-site credit $13,988 pdxswap I aol.com Maureen L. S t app, estate are required to Lm: Free Advertising. approval team, Tickets avail. at 404 NE Franklin Ave., present the same with Subaru Outback Lim2003 Fleetwood DisS UB A R U . 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