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How Israel overcame the threat of drought By IsabelKershner New Yorh Times News Service

JERUSALEM — At the

peak of the drought, Shabi Zvieli, an Israeli gardener, feared for his livelihood. A heftytax was placed

of col lege,"Jon Isaacs,a spokesman for the district, told The Bulletin. "We're

going to look at other models that schools are using that the state has approved

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Dalton Sheffield demonstrates the plasma cutter to a group of Redmond High School students interestedin a career in manufacturing during a tour of Mill Power in Prineville this week.

By Abby Spegman The Bulletin

REDMOND — Redmond

High School senior Hector Guzman started in the school's

manufacturing program last year, learningto operate both industrial-grade equipment and the computer software used to design products. Ryan Beard, Redmond High's

manufacturing coordinator, turned him on to an opening for a welder at Mill Power in

tion — think courses in manufacturing, automotive, culinary

to see if they make sense forus."

Fifth-year programs — also called advanced diploma programs — are

most districts prefer. In years

of budget cuts, career and techand health care — are expennical educationprograms were Prineville. Guzman sent in sive offerings for high schools. often the first to go. an application and resume Books for an English class cost But supporters say they can and was soon called in for an a few hundred dollars, but sup- producemuch-needed skilled interview. plies for a welding course can workers, and now educators He graduates Friday and cost thousands. There's also andbusiness leaders are makgoes to work June 8, starting at special requirements for teach- ing the case that these courses $12 an hour. er licensing and student-teachare worth the investment. Career and technical educa- er ratios that are lower than SeeCareer/A4

replicated at districts in

Redmond, in Crook and Jefferson counties and 26 school districts statewide

and cost the state as much as $9.5 million last school year. Supporters say advanced diplomas offer pathways for students to enter college they might otherwise avoid altogether.

But lawmakers are con-

on excessive household wa-

ter consumption, penalizing families with lawns, swim-

ming pools or leaky pipes. So many of Zvieli's clients went over to synthetic grass and swapped their seasonal

blooms for hardy, indigenous plants more suited to a semiarid dimate.

"I worried about where gardening was going," said Zvieli, 56, who has tended

people's yards for about 25 years.

Study: Ruralstudentsface higher educationobstacles By Abby Spegman

likely to make it to the second

The Bulletin

year of college thantheir urban and suburban peers, according

Kate Soliz sees it every day: students who say they want to go to college but don't know howtomake ithappen.

Across the country,

"We have this perception that

Israelis were told to cut

kids are lazy or stupid — they just don't know," said Soliz, a

their shower time by two

minutes. Washing cars with hoses was outlawed and those few wealthy

enough to absorb the cost of maintaining a lawn were permitted to water it only

atnight. "We were in a situation

where we were very, very close to someone opening a tap somewhere in the

college coordinator at Crook

County High School. "You take a rural student and you place them in an alien envi-

ronment, and they don't know howto cope." Rural students in Oregon

are less likelyto enroll inpostsecondary education and less

to a study released this weekby

education research firm REL Northwest. Of students who

began ninth gradebetween 2005 and 2007, postsecondary

Rural education —percentages tell thetale

cerned that if the state's largest district offers the

In 2012, Oregon's 15postsecondary institutions in rural areas served about 40,000 students while the 53 institutions in nonrural areas served about 210,000. Hereare some percentages that reflect the status of rural

will suffer, and the State

55/.

... of rural Oregon students who attended ninth grade between 2005 and 2007are in postsecondary school, compared with 63 percent among nonrural Oregon students.

99'/o

enrollment among rural stu-

dents was 55 percent compared to 63percentamong nonrural students. Among those who did

enroll in college, the percentage of rural students who went on to the second year was 78

percent compared to 83 percent for nonrural students. SeeRural/A4

of Oregon's land wasclassified as rural in 2010.

7'/o ... were classified as English-language learners in 2011. Source: REL Northwest

78%

program, Oregon's already underfunded K-12 budget

... of rurals lasted to the second y e ar of college, compared to 83 percent of nonrurals.

14'/o ... less likely that rural high schoolers would enroll in postsecondary education than their nonrural couterparts.

School Fund will effectively pay for the first year of collegeforthousands of students. "Pretty soon, if everybody did this, we'd have a K-14 system," said Sen. Mark Hass, D-Beaverton. "We can'teven afford to do

K-12 right." SeeFifth /A4

More inside • Astronomy in Madras,B1

19'/o ... of residents were classified as rural residents in 2010, with 158 of the state's 200 school districts considered rural.

country and no water

would come out," said Uri Schor, the spokesman and of the government's Water

Nike's biggestsoccerwin is nowfacing questions

Authority. But that was about six

By Drew Harwell

legendary pact with Michael

The Washington Post

Jordan.

public education director

years ago. Today, there is plenty of water in Israel. A lighter version of an old "Israel is drying up" campaign has been dusted off to advertise baby diapers.

"The fear has gone," said Zvieli, whose customers have gone back to planting flowers.

As California and other western areas of the United

After Nike signed what was But a federal investigation then the biggest sports deal in into FIFA corruption has history, a $200 million sponcast a shadow over the 1996 sorship of Brazil's triumphant pact that helped Nike vault to soccer squad, company execstardom in the world's most utives said the agreement was popular sport. as crucial to its success as its While the federal indict-

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Related • FIFA re-elects president despite scandal,A4

official close to the investigation, who spoke anonymously because he wasn't authorized to speak publicly, confirmed

its key victories tarnished by the blockbuster scandal now

ment does not name Nike, it

Nike was the sportswear

describes a"multinational sportswear company" involved in a strikingly similar deal. And a law enforcement

company mentioned in the

cials and executives now face federal charges for 24 years of deep corruption and $150 million in alleged bribes.

indictment.

If implicated, the $88 billion sports giant could find one of

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WASHINGTON — J. Dennis Hastert, who served for

a nd c oach i n Y orkville, Ill i eight years as speaker of the Hastert noi s , f rom 1965 House of R epresentatives, to 1981, and the was paying a former student indictment said the recipient

hundreds of thousands of dol- of the payments was from lars to not say publicly that Y orkville an d h a d k n o w n Hastert had sexually abused Hastert for decades. him decades ago, according It was also unclear whethto two people briefed on the er the authorities considered evidence uncovered in an FBI pursuing charges against the investigation. man on suspicion of extorting Federal prosecutors on payments from Hastert in exThursday announced the inchange for keeping silent. dictment of Hastert, 73, on

allegations that he made cash withdrawals, totaling $1.7 million, to evade detection by banks. Federal authorities also charged him with lying to them about the purpose of the

office, said Friday that Hastert's case had been assigned to Judge Thomas Durkin of U.S. District Court, who will sched-

ule an arraignment for the former speaker, perhaps as early

— Fromwire reports

as next week.

Hastert, a Republican who Congress in 2007, could not be

reached for comment at his office in Washington. A spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois said Friday that there was

identified in court papers-

no lawyer of record on file for

told the FBI that he had been

Hastert.

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woman for the U.S. attorney's

has had a highly lucrative career as a lobbyist since leaving

withdrawals. The man — who was not

inappropriately touched by

reports." Kim Nerheim, a spokes-

The allegations against a

t h e f o r m er man who was once one of

speaker was a high school teacher and wrestling coach, the two people said Friday. The people briefed on the investigation spoke on the condition of anonymity because they did

the most powerful people in Washington have stunned lob-

not want to be identified dis-

line to the presidency in 1999.

cussing a federal investigation. It was not clear when the suspected behavior, w h i ch

was first reported by The Los Angeles Times, oc-

IIIUllllinsellllllls

byists, lawmakers and veter-

an Capitol Hill staff members who worked alongside him as he rose to become second in "The Denny I served with

worked hard on behalf of his constituents and the country," House Speaker John Boeh-

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ner said in a statement late

Online drugbazaar's founder gets life in prison • •

By Benjamin Weiser

"developed a blueprint for a

New York Times News Service

new way to use the Internet to

undermine the law and facilibricht, the founder of Silk tate criminal transactions." Road, a notorious online marForrest echoed that mesketplace for the sale of heroin, sage. "What you did was cocaine, LSD and other illegal unprecedented," she told Uldrugs, was sentenced to life in bricht, eand in breaking that prison Friday in U.S. District ground as the first person," he Court in Manhattan. had to pay the consequences. NEW YORK — Ross Ul-

Ulbricht, 31, was sentenced

Ulbricht was convicted in

by JudgeKatherine Forrestfor February on charges that inhis roleas what prosecutors cluded engaging in a continudescribed as "the kingpin of ing criminal enterprise and a worldwide digital drug-traf- distributing narcotics on the ficking enterprise." Internet. "Make no mistake, Ulbricht Ulbricht's high-tech novel drug bazaar operated in was a drug dealer and crima hidden part of the Internet inal profiteer who exploited sometimes known as the Dark people's addictions and conWeb, which allowed deals to tributed to the deaths of at be made anonymously and least six young people," Preet out of the reach of law enforcement. In Silk Road's nearly

threeyears ofoperation,m ore

Bharara, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement.

Ulbricht, wearing dark blue jail garb, sat quietly between two of his lawyers. counts and more than 100,000 The judge also ordered Ulbuyer accounts, the authorities bricht to forfeit $184 million. have said. He showed no emotion as the Prosecutors said U l bricht life sentence was imposed. than 1.5 million transactions

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HAPPENINGS Nuclear talks — u.s. Secretary of State JohnKerry will meet with Iranian Foreign Minister MohammadJavad Zarif in Geneva.

DISCOVERY

Evidence of the first known murder 430,000 years ago

2016 raCe —Democrat

By Deborah Netburn

determined that the victim

Martin O'Malley, a former Maryland governor, is expected to announce his run for president.

Los Angeles Times

was facing the assailant

It's a whodunit that dates back 430,000 years.

when the violence occurred.

HISTORY Highlight:In1935, Babe Ruth played in his last major league baseball gamefor the Boston Braves, leaving after the first inning of the first of a double-header against the Philadelphia Phillies, who wonboth games (Ruth announced his retirement three days later). In1431, Joan of Arc, condemned as aheretic, was burned at the stake in Rouen, France. In1883, 12 people weretrampled to death in astampede sparked by arumor that the recently opened Brooklyn Bridge was in danger of collapsing.

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skull of a pre-Neanderthal

The idea is a cheap platform for virtual reality — literally a piece of cardboard that attaches to a smartphone. It costs about $4.

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hominid, archaeologists say they have discovered the earliest known evidence of

a human ancestor who was murdered. The findings, published this week in PLOS One, suggest that interpersonal violence may be baked into the

human experience. "Anthropologists are always asking what makes us human, and are humans inherently v i olent," said Danielle Kurin, a

f o rensic

anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

"This study contributes to that debate by suggesting intentional assault between two people has deep

In1911, the first Indy 500 took

place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; the winner wasRay Harroun, who drove aMarmon Wasp for more than6~/~hours at an averagespeed of 74.6 mph and collected a prizeof $10,000. In1922, the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.,was dedicated in aceremonyattended by President Warren G. Harding, Chief Justice William Howard Taft and Robert Todd Lincoln. In1937, 10 people were killed when police fired on steelworkers demonstrating near the Republic Steel plant in South Chicago. In1943, during World War II, American troops secured the Aleutian island of Attu from Japaneseforces. In1958, unidentified American service members killed in World War II and theKorean War were interred in theTomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery. In1971, the American space probe Mariner 9 blasted off from CapeKennedy on ajourney to Mars. In1980, Pope John PaulII arrived in France onthefirst visit there bythe head ofthe Roman Catholic Church since theearly 19th century. Ten years ago: Quoting letters of the fallen from the war in Iraq, President GeorgeW. Bush vowed to aMemorial Day audience at Arlington National Cemetery that America would honor its dead bystriving for peace anddemocracy, no matter the cost. Five years ago: Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the disappearance of NataleeHolloway in Aruba, wasseenleaving a hotel room in Lima, Peru, where the body of 21-year-old Stephany Flores wasfound three days later. (Vander Sloot later confessed to murdering Flores, and is serving a 28-year prison sentence.) One year ago:Beset by growing evidence of patient delays and cover-ups, embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki resigned from President Barack Obama'sCabinet, taking the blamefor what he decried as a "lack of integrity" in the sprawling health care system for the nation's military veterans.

After painstakingly piecing together the fractured

roots in our hominid human

Peter Earl McCollough / New York Times News Service

Google's Cardboard is billed as an inexpensive virtual reality viewer — starting with the material it's made of.

history." Rolf Quam, a paleoanthropologist at Binghamton

have evidence that this perThey also know the strike son died of these wounds," occurred at or near the time Quam said. of death because the pattern

of the fracture on the skull suggests it broke while enmeshed in living tissue. The cranium shows evidence of two blows located

adjacent to each other just left of center on the fore-

By Conor Dougherty

low cost and low frills, but,

as in other Google efforts,

SAN FRANCISCO — Goo-

like the f ree A n droid soft-

gle has seen the future, and ware that is the most widely it is littered with cardboard used operating system in the boxes.

world, it seems meant more to

At its Google I/O developer conference this week, the

amass an audience than make money.

search giant announced sev-

Over the last year, Goo-

eral programs that aim to put its virtual reality viewer, called

gle has developed a 360-degree camera that looks like Cardboard, at the center of a a chandelier rigged with 16 growing online world in which GoPro video recorders, and people can use their smart- currently has about a dozen phone and YouTube to watch of them filming sights around videos rendered in 3-D. the world. When run through Google introduced its vir- Google's software and procestual reality viewer — a card-

sors, the footage will turn into

board box, with some lenses a virtual reality rendering that and a magnet, that looks a lot tries to mimic the view from like a plastic View-Master toy a human eye. Google said it — as a gift at last year's I/O would allowpeople to start upconference. loading virtual reality videos The idea was to create an

to YouTube this summer.

inexpensive virtual reality de-

During a recent demonstration at Google's Mountain a smartphone to do things View, California, campus, like fly through a Google Clay Bavor, vice president Earth map of Chicago or view for product management for personal pictures in t hree Google's virtual reality efdimensions. forts, demonstrated a video of It is a comically simple con- a courtyard at the University traption: A smartphone slips of Washington. The video felt into the front so it sits just inch- like an immersive version of es from a user's eyes. Peering the company's Street View through a pair of cheap, plas- mapping product that distic lenses renders the images plays street-level views of city vice that allowed anyone with

on the phone's screen in 3-D. It

streets and historical sites.

costs around $4. Over time, the company is Typical of the Google play- hoping this real-life version of book, the company put Card- virtual reality will grow into board's specifications online a vast collection of videos and so hobbyists and manufactur- experiences similar to how ers could build them.

In the year since, people have made viewers from foam, aluminum and walnut,

and the Cardboard app was downloaded I million or so

YouTube videos are shared now.

Google also said this week it had formed a partnership with

GoPro to develop a version of its virtual reality recorder times. that anybody could buy. The "We wanted the viewer to companies did not list a price be as dumb as possible and for the recorder, but given that as cheap as possible because it has 16 cameras that retail we basically wanted to open for $400 each, it is likely to be VR for everyone," said David expensive. Coz, an engineer in Google's Where any of this goes is Paris office who developed anyone's guess. One might Cardboard. imagine videos from the front At this year's VO, Google is row of a concert or a televidoubling down on Cardboard sion channel filming breakwith initiatives meant to exing news in 3-D. At the same pand virtual reality to as many time, one might r emember phones as possible. First of that Google has a history of these is a new software kit that announcing new products and will make it easier for develop- initiatives that flop, like Gooers to build Cardboard apps gle Glass. for iPhones. The company A nd v i r tual r e ality h a s also redesigned the cardboard for decades been the next hardware so that it is easier to big thing that never actually fold and can now accommo- happened. date any smartphone, includNow companies like Faceing popular, larger-screen, so- book, Sony and Microsoft are called phablets. placing big bets on both virtuThe Cardboard update is al reality, a computer-generata modest offering compared ed version of the world, as well with the product splashes of as augmented reality, or AR, previousGoogle conferences, in which real-world experiencwhich have included a spheri- es are enhanced with computcal entertainment system that er-generated images. was never released and GooAnalysts expect the first gle Glass, the much hyped and applications will be in video now discontinued computer- games. But in time they say ized eyewear that caused sig- virtual reality experiences nificant privacy concerns. could feature in everything With Cardboard, Google's from business meetings to virtual reality is decidedly doctor's appointments.

The victim wa s d i scovered at the bottom of a vertical shaft that l ies about

0.3 mile from the entrance to th e

u n derground cave

system. So far,archaeologists have found 6,700 bones

from at least 28 individuals head. Both i n j uries w ere at the bottom of the cavern

strong enough to b r eak that can only be entered by through the bone and punc- a straight 45-foot drop from ture the brain, the research- the floor of the cave. ers said. Lead author Nohemi Sala "Keep in mind these guys of the Complutense Univerw ere robust and this w a s sity of Madrid is still looking one of the denser parts of to see if there is any evidence the skull," said Kurin, who that the other 27 hominids was not involved in the rein the pit were murdered as search. "You would need a welL She has not turned up lotofforceto make afracture anything yet. that causes the bone to get The research team conknocked into the brain." cludes that the victim could The authors are not sure not have sustained the lethal what weapon was used, but injuries in the cavern, and so a wooden spear or stone must have been thrown into hand ax are likely candi- the pit after death — perhaps dates. Metal tools were not as a form of early burial. around at that time.

"We are pretty sure that

University, put it this way:

" One implication of

t h e these two fractures are the result of two repeated blows with the same implement," The victim was l i kely Quam said. "And that immale and probably in his plies a clear intent to kill." 20s, said Quam, a co-author Although there is evion the study. dence of cannibalism among The skeletal remains were early humans dating back discovered in a cave system 900,000 years, evidence of in northern Spain known as murder has been harder to Sima de los Huesos, or "Pit come by. The authors cite of Bones." two known examples in the Using modern forensic paper, but in both cases, it study is that murder is a very ancienthuman behavior."

New York Times News Service

"What makes our paper so unusual is that we think we

techniques not so different

is not clear that human-in-

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is a behavior that accompanies humans since at least 430,000 years ago, but so does the care of sick or even the care of the dead," said Ignacio Martinez Mendizabal

of the University of Alcala in Madrid, who also worked on the paper. "We have not changed much in the last half million years."

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Fifth

Nike

is a Republican and a school board member in Hood River, Continued fromA1 said his district is considering In Redmond, high school creating its own fifth-year students receive an advanced program. "Frankly, it's a financial diploma if they complete 27 college credit hours in con- boon for the district. We'll junction with Central Oregon probably ne t s o mewhere Community College. If stu- around $4,500 a s t u dent," dents have completed their Johnson said. high school credits after four But he's also looking at years but haven't yet finished ways to alter the program so the advanced diploma, they more schools and bigger discan stay for a n a d ditional tricts can't take advantage of year enrolled with the high the program and put a bigger school. strain on the State School Meanwhile, the school receives the per-student fund-

Fund. An amendment that's be-

ing from the State School Fund — nearly $7,000 last year. Hass was already looking at getting rid of or drastically altering the programs earlier this year, without Portland's

ing tacked onto a bill related to funding dual credit pro-

Continued from A1 Embroiled in

ple to take five, six, seven years to graduate if they need to," Hass said. "The problem with that is they're stealing from the K-12 fund." Mike M cIntosh, superin-

tendent of Redmond School District, says fifth-year programs offer a bridge to college for more than 100 students who might not h ave

otherwise gone on to higher education.

the same international fans it has spent heavily to at-

in the socioeconomics. We

prevent any d i strict t hat didn't have a fifth-year program in 2014-15 from start-

grams to continue to expand

beyond where they currently are," Johnson said. "It's going to get worse, we know that.

There will be a bigger draw on the State School Fund the bigger these programs are."

perintendent Carole Smith from May 8-9 show the dis-

— with a notification early in the fall at the latest — so they/

they offer a resource that has

shown to improve graduation and retention rates.

Blatter re-eleCted —Despite astrong campaign from a determined opponentandthe lingering controversy over asweeping indIctment against14 soccer officials, SeppBlatter won afifth straight term asFIFApresident Friday, defeating PrinceAli Bin Al Hussein of Jordan. On the first ballot, Blatter received133 votes, just short of the two-thirds majority requIred;Ali received 73. Asecond ballot would haverequired only asimple majority, making Ali along shot, and hewithdrew from the race. Although hehasnever beendirectly implicated, Blatter, 79,hasbeenat the helm of an organIzation doggedbyscandal.Hehasservedaspresidentsince1998.

home ec classes of the past,

tion, told Businessweek "they came in and said, 'We want to

sponsor the federation. Whatever it's going to take, we're ready to do it.' ... The big advantage Nike has is that it sits

down with more chips than anyone else." The i nvestigation, w h ich

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has said is ongoing, could become even more serious if it leads to charges of gov-

— New YorkTimes NewsService

are still in committee.

not what industry needs

now. They need problem solvers," he said, adding s t udents r e-

ceive college credit for high schoolcareer andtechnical

partnership that will benefit

courses and those taking

ously work on high school and college credits." High schools have resources to counsel students as they enter college, counseling that they might otherwise might not get, proponents said. "What our program has done is increase our high school graduation rates by double digits," Gelser said.

our students and give them open access to PCC through a

such courses are more likely to graduate than Oregon

5th year senior option." It's not clear whether law-

students overall. "Our kids

makers will let the district get

do better because it means something to them," Hasart

that far.

sard.

In 2011, the state began offering grants for career and technical programs and last year awarded $10.9 million to districts across

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the state. The grants are de-

signed to be seed money to help engage local businesses as partners and leverage more funding, according to Charlie Burr, a spokesman for Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, which runs the grant program

Rural

you don't know why you're there," she said, adding rural Continued from A1 high schools must do a betRural students had low- ter job of preparing students er ratesof persistence at all to be successful in college. types of two- and four-year " That education n eeds t o institutions, in-state and out- be back in the high school. of-state. The gaps existed for We're looking at the college

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"I think it would be foolish for any district that doesn't have a program to be starting a new one," Gelser said.

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mond High students, all boys, years career and technical prosataround a conference table grams were cut the company High andBend High to make at Mill Power, a 20-employee saw a lack of skilled workers the case for more grant fund- operation that designs, produc- ready to hire. She called the ing. Both schools received es and sells industrial sorting grant to Redmond's manufachefty grants last year equipment — imagine a giant, turing program "a gift." $268,000to Bend foritsrenew- vibratingconveyorbelt that can — Reporter:541-617-7837, able energy and electric vehi- separate and sort materials. aspegman@bendbullet in.com cles program and $475,000 to Matt Ballantyne, Mill's engiRedmond for manufacturing. neeringmanager, rattledoff the That program has 28 students names of design software the now and Beard, the coordi- company uses and the students nator, expects to have double nodded with familiarity. that next year; the school has Next they toured the offices also enlisted 29 business part- before heading into the shop ners in Central Oregon to help (most of the students came students with internships and with their own plastic safety jobs. glasses). There Mike Grigsby, Free pipe installation estitnates While some students will a sawyer, showed them the go to work after high school, equipment he uses to cut giant Avakian said, others can ben- steel pieces to an engineer's efit from the soft skills that specifications. "The more accome with these hands-on pro- curate I am here, the easier it grams: problem solving, cre-

Desert Education Service District. "It's not like 'Here,

that many

is for the guys down there," Grigsby said, pointing to fit-

Two days a fter A v akian Mill Power Vice President visited their school, nine Red- Alison Muilenburg said in the

said Ray Hasart, a regionEarlier this w eek, L abor al coordinator with High Commissioner Brad Avakian

back in and they simultane-

scored on state math and thing needs to happen back reading tests in high school. in the high school." According to the study, Farther north i n C u l ver, nearly a third of Oregon pub- officials have made college lic school students attend a exposure a priority in recent rural schooL With the state's years. In 2011-12, 43 percent goal of 80 percent of adults of Culver students had enearning a postsecondary de- rolled in a community college gree by 2025, researchers say or four-year school within 16 it is important to understand months of graduation. which students are less likely Now, beginning in f i fth to pursue postsecondary edu- grade, students visit a college cation and succeed in college. campus every year; by senior They also note advances in year they've visited nearly technology have increased every campus in th e state, the level of education of em- said Superintendent Stefanie ployees in fields common in Garber. Kurt Davis, the disrural areas, such as timber, trict's school-to-work and colagriculture and tourism. lege coordinator, meets with At Crook County High, Sol- every senior to line up job iz said many of her students shadows and internships that are the first in their families help them figure out what to go to college and come they want to do — and what from low-income households. schooling it will require, inSome have never seen a col- cluding community colleges lege campus. In 2011-12, 47 and trade schools. For those percent of the district's stu- who go to college, he gives dents had enrolled in a com- them his phone number and munity college or four-year tells them to call whenever school within 16 months of they run into trouble. graduation, compared to 55 Davis said the district is percent of Oregon students working to make postsecoverall that year. ondary educationthe norm Soliz counsels parents and among students. But that students on how to apply to doesn't make it easier. "They're k ind o f college, secure financial aid co and what to expect when they cooned," he said. "They're in get there. Yet another chal- their little communities and lenge for students is under- they have a hard time getting out." standing what they want to get out of college. — Reporter: 541-617-7837, "It's hard to keep going if aspegman@bendbulletin. com

Steinbrecher, executive director of the U.S. Soccer Federa-

Patrick B. Kraemer / Keystone via The Associated Press

dous demand" for this funding. that will prepare them in life Meanwhile, a series of bills in- for whatever they do." As far Continued from A1 troduced in Salem this year to as the case for funding these Today's programs ar- expand access and funding to programs? "The case has been en't the woodworking and career and technical education made," Avakian said.

"Our district is looking for kids that have dropped out of high school or are at risk of dropping out of high school," a formal proposal with PCC said Sen. Sara Gelser, D-Cor- based on our recent meetvallis. "And they pull them ings with them to formalize a

students no matter how they

After Nike signed the U.S.

national soccer team, Hank

Career

we can plan accordingly," Regan wrote. Shay James, who runs Portland Public Schools' college and career readiness program, wrote back "we are in the process of writing

Rep. Mark Johnson, who

teams, as well as star players such as Cristiano Ronaldo.

ing in the United States, exec- ernment corruption, experts utives were pushing hard to say. Any company involved it would continue to cooper- nudged out its rival and sealed establish a foothold on interna- could face stiff penalties under ate with authorities. a 10-year, $160 million exdu- tional shelves. the U.S. Foreign Corrupt PracIn 1994, when the Brazil- sive deal to supply the team's Nike faced stiff competition tices Act, which forbids comian national team clinched shoes and clothes. from established rivals such panies from seeking abusiness a thrilling World Cup In the very similar deal de- as Adidas, the German-based advantage by paying or promshootout victory in Califor- scribed in the indictment, the giant famous for soccer shoes, ising anything of value to offinia, a representative of the unnamed sportswear compa- and Umbro, the British firm cials overseas. "Most multinational comBeaverton-based sports- ny also agreed to pay an extra that served as the Brazilian wear company approached $40 million into a Traffic Brazil team's former sponsor. But panies like Nike ... are very the Brazilian Football Con- affiliate's Swiss bank account. with the Brazil deal inked, sud- much aware ofthe risk and federation with an offer of Over the next three years, Traf- denly Nike had its signature possibility of bribing foreign sponsorship, federal court fic also invoiced the sports- swoosh acrossthe stars ofthe officials," said Erik Voeten, an records show. wear company for $30 million biggest soccer nation in the associate professor of geopoliThe team already had in"marketing fees." world. tics at Georgetown University. an agreement with a differAt the time, Nike was a Nike quickly took its vic- "But these companies often do ent supplier. But after two known player across America tory lap. Company president business in countries where years of negotiations with a for its basketball and running Thomas Clarke compared the bribery is expected if you want high-ranking confederation shoes. But with growth slow- Brazilian exclusive to the most to win contracts."

make higher education more affordable and f i nancially sound, the amendment says. "We can't allow these pro-

supporters in the Legislature

English and Dutch national

allegation in the charging documents that any Nike employee was aware of or knowingly participated in any bribery or kickback official and with the help of scheme." The company said middleman Traffic Brazil, Nike

"I'd like us to be able to of-

who say not all districts' programs are the same, and that

er high-profile deals, helping it sign the American, French,

a statement. "There is no

19 and incorporate aspects o f them i nt o a n e f f ort t o

fer this to next year's seniors

a launchpad for Nike into oth-

growing part of its business behindbasketball. The companythathelped Nike secure the 1996 deal, and its founder, have already pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy, racketeering conspiracy and other charges, pledging to forfeit more than $151 million, investigators said. "The charging documents unsealed yesterday in Brooklyn do not allege that Nike engaged in criminal conduct," Nike said in

grams, Senate Bill 418, would

The programs have other

tional deal." The Brazilian deal became

in soccer, the second-fastest

have kids from relative afflu- trict i s c o nsidering setting ence who think that's a great up the program next year in way to go," McIntosh said. connection w i t h P o r t l and The district is also working Community College. to track students who receive Board member Bobbie Readvanced degrees as they gan wrote to other members leave high school to ensure and Smith on May 8 to see they have support to continue where the district was with setthrough college if they need ting up a fifth-year program. it, McIntosh said.

is our most important interna-

tract and be set back in its efforts to bolster its standing

Internal emails b e tween "We see kidsfrom a fair- members of th e Portland ly equal gender mix. We see Board of Education and Su-

kids from a fairly equal mix

a c r i sis,

Nike could lose loyalty from

ing one, and it would create involvement. His idea missed a work group to study the a deadline this session but programs. may be revived later on in The goal is for the work another bill with Republican group to report on how the support. state could phase out the "It's a loophole because fifth-year programs in 2018-

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Author apologizesfor lies about same-sexmarriage study, but defendsfinding By Benedict Carey

by name because of the con-

New York Times News Service

tinuing investigation of the case at the university, said the language in the guidelines requires only that researchers erase "unique identifiers" and

The graduate student at

the center of a scandal over a newly retracted study that has shaken trust in the con-

duct of social science apologized for lying about aspects of the study, including who paid for it and its methodology, but he said on Friday in his first interview that he

not the entire data set.

LaCour said he lied about the funding of his study to give it more credibility. He said some of his colleagues had doubted his work be-

stands by its finding that gay cause they thought he did not canvassers can i n f luence have enough money to pay voters' attitudes on same-sex for a such a complex study, marriage. among them David BroockThe student, Michael LaCour, a doctoral candidate in

man, a political scientist at

political science at the University of California, Los An-

thors of a critique of his work

Stanford and one of the au-

published last week. LaCour said he thought the study — which was retracted funding sources he claimed on Thursday by the journal would shore up the plausibilScience — amounted to an ity of the work. "I messed up in that sense, academic ambush. "It's completely unprec- and it could be my downfall," e dented in the way i t w a s he said. done," he said, referring to Three funding sources that an account of the case posted LaCour listed as providing by two colleagues last week, support for his published paquestioning his work. "They per denied on Thursday that never contacted me directly, they had done so. The Ford there was no transparency, Foundation, the Evelyn and and as a grad student I don't Walter Haas Jr. Fund and the geles, said the attack on his

have the same protection as a

Williams Institute at UCLA

professor." LaCour disputes one of the main charges against him: that he improperly erased his

said they had not given La-

raw data. T hat w a s

was working with, the Los

C our any m o ney. But t h e

Haas Jr. Fund had provided money to the group LaCour

th e

Angeles LGBT Center, and

charges that led his co-author, Donald Green, a widely

the graduate student had ap-

respected political scientist

from the Williams Institute, but it came too late to help with the study, he said. "The F o r d Fo u n dation grant did not exist," LaCour

o n e of

at Columbia University, to ask the journal to retract the study last week. The destruction of the data was not

plied for and received a grant

improper, he said, but in fact was required by UCLA's institutional guidelines to protect study participants.

wrote in a public timeline posted late Friday.

"At the end of the day, I was

LaCour's work was that the

One of the most damning

facts in the critical review of

the one responsible for the

survey company he told the Los Angeles LGBT Center he was working with did not tracked people down, that's a have any knowledge of his lawsuit," he said. project. He now says that, in But a researcher familiar fact, he did not end up using with UCLA guidelines, but that survey company but anwho declined to be identified other one. raw data, and if something were to happen and reporters

Drought

Tourists swim

Continued from A1

at a hotel in Mitzpe Ramon, in Israel's

in a pool

A major national effort to d e salinate M e d iterr anean seawater and t o r ecycle w astewater h a s

Negev Desert.

provided the country with enough water for all its needs, even during severe droughts. More than 50 percent of the water for Israeli households, agriculture and industry is now artificially produced. During th e d r o ught years, farmers at Ramat Rachel, a kibbutz on the

Desalinated Mediter-

ranean seawater and recycled wastewater provide Israel with enough water for all its needs. Uriel Sinai New York Times News Service

southern outskirts of Jeru-

salem, took water-economizing measures like uprooting old apple orchards a few yearsbefore their time. With the new plenty, water allocations for Israe-

Authority, a powerful interministerial agency estab-

that inject air into the water stream, saving about a third

li farmers that had been

lished in 2007.

of the water used while still giving the impression of a ment, the plants will be transstrong flow. ferredto stateownership after Officials say that wiser use 25 years. For now, the state of water has led to a reduction buys Sorek's desalinated wain household consumption ter for a relatively cheap 58 of up to 18 percent in recent cents a cubic meter — more years. than free rainwater, Faigon A nd instead of t h e m u - acknowledged, "but that's nicipal a uthorities b eing only if you have it." responsible for th e m ainteIsraeli environmentalists nance of city pipe networks, say the rush to desalination localcorporations have been has partly come at the exformed. The money collected pense of alternatives like

Desalination emerged as again, though the price has one focus of the government's also gone up. efforts, with four major plants "Now there is no prob- going into operation over the lem of water," said Shaul past decade. A fifth one should slashed have been raised

Ben-Dov, an agronomist at Ramat Rachel. "The price

is higher, but we can live a normal life in a country that is half desert." With its part-Mediterra-

nean, part-desert climate,

be ready to operate within

months. Together, they will produce a total of more than 130 billion gallons of potable water ayear, with a goal of 200 billion gallons by 2020. Israel has, in the meantime,

and a variety of practical methods. Under a complex arrange-

become the world leader in rechronic shortages and ex- cycling and reusing wastewa- for water is reinvested in the ploitation of its natural wa- ter for agriculture. It treats 86 infrastructure. ter resources for decades. percent of its domestic wasteDesalination, long shunned The natural fresh water water and recycles it for agri- by many as a costly enerat Israel's disposal in an cultural use — about 55 per- gy-guzzler with a heavy caraverage year does not cov- cent of the total water used for bon footprint, is becoming er its total use of roughly agriculture. Spain is second to cheaper, cleaner and more 525 billion gallons. The Israel, recycling 17 percent of energy efficient as technolodemand for potable water its effluent, while the United gies advance. Sidney Loeb, is projected to rise to 515 States recycles just 1 percent, the American scientist who billion gallons by 2030, according to Water Authority invented the popular reverse from 317 billion gallons data. osmosis method, came to live this year. The I s raeli g o v ernment in Israel in 1967 and taught the The turnaround came began by making huge cuts water professionals here. with a seven-year drought, in the annual water quotas The S o rek d e s alination one of the most severe to for farmers, ending decades plant rises out of the sanhit modern Israel, that be- of extravagant overuse of dy ground about nine miles gan in 2005 and peaked in heavily subsidized water for south of Tel Aviv. Said to be the winter of 2008 to 2009. agriculture. the largest plant of its kind in The country's main natThe tax for surplus house- the world, it produces 40 bilural water sources — the hold use was dropped at the lion gallons of potable water a Sea of Galilee in the north end of 2009 and a two-tiered year, enough for about a sixth a nd th e m o u ntain a n d tariff system was introduced. of Israel's roughly 8 million coastal aquifers— were se- Regular household water use citizens. verely depleted, threaten- is now subsidized by a slightly Miriam Faigon, the director ing a potentially irrevers- higher rate paid by those who of the solutions department at i ble deterioration of t h e consume more than the basic IDE Technologies, the Israeli water quality. allotment. company that built three of Measures t o i n c r ease Water Authority represen- the plants along the Mediterthe supply and reduce the tatives went house to house ranean, said that the compademand were accelerat- offering to fit free devices ny had cut energy levels and ed, overseen by the Water on shower heads and taps costs with new technologies Israel had suffered from

t reating natural w a ter r e serves that have become pol-

luted by industry, particularly the military industries in the

coastal plain. "We definitely felt that Israel did need to move toward

desalination," said Sarit Caspi -Oron, a water expert at the nongovernment Israel Union for Environmental Defense.

"But it is a question of how much, and of priorities. Our

first priority was conservation and treating and reclaiming our water sources."

Some environmentalists also say that the open-ocean intake method used by Isra-

el's desalination plants, in line with local regulations, as opposed to subsurface intakes,

has a potentially destructive effect on sea life, sucking in billions of fish eggs and larvae. But Boaz Mayzel, a marine biologist at the Israel Union

for Environmental Defense, said that the effects were not yet known and would have to

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tanks, surface-to-air missiles,

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BRIEFING "Buck Norris" struck and killed A deer known for its stunning set of antlers and quirky nickname was struck and killed by a passing vehicle Friday morning on N. U.S. Highway 97 in Bend. "Buck Norris" had large, nontypical antlers, which brought him fame, Michelle Dennehy, spokeswoman for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in Salem, wrote in an email Friday. "He was estimated to be 9-10 years old, which is onthe olderside for a mule deer buck," she wrote. City of Bend road crews found Buck Norris' carcass after he was hit, and notified the Department of Fish and Wildlife, Dennehy wrote. The driver of the vehicle was not injured. The deer carried an ear tag with No. 35 on it, which agency officials had affixed onto him last November when they untangled heavy wire from his famous antlers. The tag confirmed the dead buck was indeed Buck Norris, Dennehy wrote. Deer shed their antlers each year so he did not have his full rack at the time he died.

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Per Redmond's city code,

The Bulletin

ordinances can be passed on the first reading only if all councilors present approve

REDMOND — The Red-

mond City Council is considering banning shooting on a piece of city-owned property long used as a place to discharge firearms. Councilors had a first reading Tuesday night of Ordinance 2015-06, which con-

tainedan emergency clause, meaning the action if passed would take effect immediate-

ly. The 41.5 acres in question are divided by state Highway 126 east of Redmond, and

would eventually be part of a larger, 1,691-acre no-shooting zone proposed by Deschutes County. Councilor Jay Patrick took

exception to the emergency clause Tuesday and voted against the proposed ordinance during its first reading.

it unanimously. Patrick's no

vote sends the ordinance to a second reading June 9 at the

next regularly scheduled City Council meeting. "That property's been as is for a 100 years and now all of sudden in five days time it's extremely dangerous?" Pat-

no-shooting zone, a stray bullet pierced a camping trailer last spring. "A gentleman and his grandson were camping during an event," said Katie Hammer, executive director

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of the park district. "They had left the trailer for about

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a half-hour, and when they came back there was a bullet hole through the trailer. That prompted us to work with the

rick asked. "I would just like to see people step forward and say their piece whether they like (the proposed change) or not. I want to give people a

county."

chance to talk about it." by the Redmond Area Park and Recreation District. At

where park maintenance workers were working on fields (at the High Desert Sports Complex) and the gunshots were close enough

the park district's radio-con-

they could feel the bullets,"

trolled airplane strip near

Hammer said.

Concerns about the area were brought up last year

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The Oregon Medical Board may revoke a Redmondphysician's license and fine her $10,000 — the

Detourahead A detour will direct motorists around the Franklin Avenue underpass today so workers can repair the railroad bridge above.

maximum possible sanc-

tions — for a long list of alleged violations, indudingprescribing excessive narcotics to a truckdriver

who reported having six alcoholic drinks per day and unnecessary and excessive

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patient who developed prostate issues. Board documents allege

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indicated andprescribing excessive amounts of antibi-

Roadrepaving A length of road on NE 27th Street between Rosemary Drive and Butler Market Road will be

repaved June1-5. The city will keep two-way traffic on 27th except whenthe work is adjacent to Mountain View High School.

Joe Kline/The Bulletin

Mayra Renteria, 17, looks up atthe moonthrough a telescope Thursday evening outside Madras High School. The telescope was donated

Kathleen Haley, theboard's

that evening by Randy Matson for the students to use.

executive director.

• Researchopportunity at MadrasHigh sparks students' interest in astronomy By Jasmine Rockow The Bulletin

MADRAS — Frankie

Redick grewup watchingthe sky with her father in Madras. Now an education assistant

at Madras High School, she's sharingsome exciting news with anyone and everyone who will listen. IlsA esRd.

Mountain View High School

About 25 students helped

break out the new equipment for atest run outside the high the size and density of objects school Thursday night. Some in the Kuiper Belt, a band of icy looked at the sky withbinocobjects orbitingthe sunbeyond ulars, and others used an apNeptune. plication called Sky Guide on "We could find the next their cellphones. Pluto," said Redick, who tutors While Coles set up the new

(the telescope) to go," Matson sald. Many students, like Jake

Frank, 15, and Noe Melgarejo Jr., 14, heard about the project through SMILE.

aroundcompetency relative to the issues," she said. Kenny, who earned her medical degree in 1995 from the Tufts University School of Medicine in

"I am looking forward to collecting data and looking at the Kuiper Belt," Melgarejo said. "I liked to learn about space

Boston, according to board records, performed her

when I was a little kid."

Center in Bangor, Maine.

Soraya Mendez, 16, learned about the star party from Coles. Before Thursday she had never seen aplanet through a telescopebefore.

internship and residency at the Eastern Maine Medical She could not be reached for

comment Friday. The board's allegations

telescope, Randy Matson, 65,

erative Occultation Network, or RECON, a citizen research

device a few years ago, and decided to donate it to the high

the things we can discover through this telescope," Men-

ing excessive antibiotics

school after hearing about its involvement with RECON.

dez said. "It's crazy that it's

three patients — that were not medically indicated.

nadian and Mexican borders. Carli Krueger/The Bulletin

science teacher Scott Coles will lead his students (and anyone else who wants to participate) in collecting data that measure

"The board has concerns

with GPS, the telescope can find almost any object in the sky once a user has manually aligned it with a couple of known space objects.

Madras High School is mainly students who are strugpreparing to participate in the gling with science. Research and Education CoopThe telescope, a programproject involving nearly 60 communities between the Ca-

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otic and opioid medications. Theboard is investigating Kenny's practice, said

mable 11-inch Celestron, was

purchased by an extension program of Oregon State University called SMILE, or Science & Math Investigative

Armed with anewtelescope, Learning Experiences. Armed

trained his own telescope on the moon. He purchased the

"I read about the project and figured it was a good place for

"It's pretty awesome, all

happening here, in this little

includerecords from 12

patients. In five of the cases, she is accused of prescrib— induding five refills for One of thosepatients was

town."

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a 6-month-oldmale Kenny saw in October 2012 for a

check-up. The board says Kenny prescribed excessive

Well shot! Reader photos

Send us your best outdoor photos at benubuueti n.ceml readerphotos.Your entries will appear online, and we'll choose the best for publication in the Outdoors section. Submission requirements: Include as much detail as possible — when and where you took a photo, any special technique used — as well as your name, hometown and contact info. Photos selected for print must be high resolution (at least e inches wide and 300 dpi) and cannot he altered.

Police search for armed robbery suspect Bulletin staff report Bend Police are still looking for a man who robbed Moun-

tain High Coins & Collectibles at gunpoint Friday morning. According to Lt. Clint

Burleigh, police responded at 10:28 a.m. to SE Third Street on a report that a man with a

handgun had come in and demanded goods from the shop.

The suspect was reportedly wearing a black Oregon State University sweatshirt, as well as darkpants and a skima sk. The suspect ts described as having shoulder-length lightcolored hair, between 25 and 35 and 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10inches tall.

"dark-colored." There were two employees

shop duringthe robbery, according to police. Burleigh said Friday police did not yet know in which

and several customers atthe

direction the man left after

Policedescribed the weapon as

robbing the store, nor had they determinedwhether anyproperty was taken. Deschutes County Sheriff's Office responded with a K-9 to

help search for the suspect, and police canvassed the neighborhood Friday afternoon. The suspect was reportedly wearing ablack Oregon State

and contraindicated medi-

cation to treat diaper rash. Seven months later, she

failed to assess that patient's abnormal blood pressure reading. She diagnosed him with an ear infection

and prescribed an antibiotic with five refills, which the

as dark pants and a ski mask.

board says was excessive and lacked adequate follow-up. She also prescribed

The suspect is described

three months of antibiotics

as having shoulder-length light-colored hair, between 25

and performed a "battery" of allergy tests on a 5-yearoldpatient diagnosed with sinusitis which the board

University sweatshirt, as well

and 35 and 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10inches tall. Anyone with information is asked to call the nonemergen-

cy number at 541-693-6911.

says was also excessive and

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Evxxr TODAY USED FURNITURE SALE:Aused furniture sale to benefit Lead and Love Dog Rescue; 9a.m.; BendPet Express East, 420 NE Windy Knolls Drive, Bend; 541-788-1406. SUMMERSALE:Featuring antiques and vintage items, furniture, yard art, baked goods and more, to benefit local food banks; 9 a.m.; Patchwork Antiques, 797 C Ave., Terrebonne; 541-419-8637. BEND WOMEN'SWEEKEND: A two-day conference about renewal, inspiration and connection for women of all ages; 10a.m.-6 p.m.; free; The Riverhouse Convention Center, 3075 U.S. Highway 97,Bend; www.bendwomensweekend.com or 541-633-7115. CENTRALOREGONSATURDAY MARKET:Featuring crafts, music, food and more; 10a.m.-4 p.m.; free; across from the Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St., Bend; 541-420-9015. HAPPY GIRLSRUNBEND:Featuring half-marathon, 10Kand 5K distances; starts on the Deschutes River and includes a mix of trails, groomed paths, and pavedsurfaces; 9a.m.-2 p.m.; $40, registration required; Riverbend Park, 799 SWColumbia St., Bend; www.happygirlsrun.com or 541-323-0964. CARGO BIKERODEO 5 COMMUNITY RIDE: A familyfriendly event for cyclists, cargo-bike adventurers and more; noon; free; Bend Electric Bikes, 223 NWHill St., Bend; 541-410-7408. HAPPY LITTLE KIDS RACE:Arace for boys andgirls with ageappropriate distances for kids ages 3to10, as part of the HappyGirls Run;1 p.m.; $5; Riverbend Park, 799 SW Columbia St., Bend; www.happygirlsrun.com or 541-323-0964. THE BESTOFBROADWAYCASCADE CHORALE CONCERT: Featuring music from "The Phantom of the Opera," "Les Miserables," Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals and more, including OperaBendwith excerpts from their upcoming production "Into the Woods"; 3 p.m.; free, donations

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accepted; First Presbyterian Church, 230 NENinth St., Bend; 541-647-8720. A LIFE-TRANSFORMING LOVE: NEVER TOOLATE:A formerU.S. Army Captain will speakabout finding peace in the middle of war and everywhere after; 4 p.m.; free; Bend's Community Center, 1036 NEFifth St., Bend; www. christiansciencechurchbend.org or 541-418-1176. CENTRALOREGON BEERWEEK: Featuring tastings from 5-7 p.m. and music from 7-9 p.m. everyday; 5 p.m.; free; BrokenTop Bottle Shop,1740 NW Pence Lane,Suite1, Bend; www. btbsbend.com or 541-728-0703. LAST SATURDAY:Featuring local art and culture with art openings, live music, food carts, workshops and more; 6 p.m.; free; TheOld Ironworks, 50 SE Scott St., Bend;347-564-9080. . t. LAVACITYROLLERDOLLSVS. Submitted photo TSUNAMI SIRENS:Roller derby The blues-rock band Patrimony performs at 9 tonight at Silver bout featuring Tsunami Sirens from Crescent City, California, with halftime MoonBrewing in Bend.

performancesbyBendFire Pipes and Drums andthe Cascade Indoor Sports Irish Dancers; 6-8:30 p.m.; $10 for two tickets online in advance,$10 at the door, $5 for children; Cascade Indoor Sports, 20775 NEHigh Desert Lane, Bend; 541-330-1183. DEADATTHEDOJ: Featuring the music of TheGrateful Dead, performed by Brent Alan, Mark Ransom 8 TheMostest, Rising Tide, DJ Grateful Kevand Jive Coulis, to benefitstudents of High Desert Martial Arts; 7 p.m., doors open at6 p.m.; $10suggested donation; High Desert Martial Arts, 2535 NE Studio Road, Bend; www.j.mp/deadatthedoj or 541-647-1220. PATRIMONY: The blues-rock band performs, with Hungry Skinny and Moon Room; 9 p.m.; free; Silver Moon Brewing, 24 NWGreenwood Ave., Bend; www.silvermoonbrewing.com or 541-388-8331. TONY SMILEY:Theloop-ninja from Portland performs;10 p.m.; $5 plus fees in advance, $7 atthe door; The Astro Lounge, 939 NWBond St., Bend; www,astroloungebend.com or 541-388-0116.

SUMDAY BEND WOMEN'SWEEKEND: A two-day conference about renewal, inspiration and connection for women ofall ages;10a.m.-5 p.m.; free; The RiverhouseConvention Center, 3075 U.S.Highway97, Bend; www.bendwomensweekend.com or 541-633-7115. SUMMERSALE:Featuring antiques and vintage items, furniture, yard art, baked goods andmore, to benefit local food banks; 10a.m.; Patchwork Antiques, 797 CAve., Terrebonne; 541-419-8637. GEAR SALE:Featuring women's used and new outdoor gear for all seasons;noon; Rebound Physical Therapy and Biomechanics Lab-West Clinic, 1160 SW Simpson Ave., Suite 200, Bend; 541-280-1000. CASCADE WINDSSYMPHONIC BAND SPRING CONCERT:Featuring

aselection ofAmericanfolksongs, Handel andBach; 2 p.m.; free, donations accepted; Summit High

School, 2855 NWClearwater Drive, Bend; www.cascadewinds.org or 541-383-7743. CENTRALOREGON BEERWEEK: Featuring tastings from 5-7 p.m. and music from 7-9 p.m. everyday; 5 p.m.; BrokenTopBottle Shop,1740 NW PenceLane,Suite1, Bend; www. btbsbend.com or 541-728-0703. SCOTTWEILANDANDTHE WILDABOUTS:Theformer lead singer of the StoneTemple Pilots performs with his band; 6 p.m.; $25 plus fees in advance;Century Center, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend;www. bendticket.com.

MONDAY SOLOJAZZVOCALCLASS CONCERT:Nine singers from Cascade School of Music who study jazz styling will perform; 5:30 p.m.; free; The Astro Lounge,939 NWBond St., Bend; 541-306-4480. TWIN:The alternative folk band from Winnipeg, Canada,performs, with Pachow Kabang; 9p.m.; $5;Volcanic

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"His antlers were partially regrown but not complete," she wrote. "That happenslater in the year." The deer's antlers drew wildlife photographers from afar. Although he was knownmost by theBuck C Norris moniker, derived from action star ChuckNorris, he also had other names,HarlanCooper, a Utah-based wildlife photographer told The Bulletin in November. His other namesincluded "Bend Oregon Buck," "SleepyBendBuck" and "Nosler Buck," as he was often found during summertime nearthe Nosler bullet factory in west Bend. Buck Norris'tangle with wire last fall camenearEmpire Boule' X', vard, close to where hedied Friday. The location where he was hit was along N. U.S.Highway 97(BusiI ness 97), near theOregon Department of Transportation office. "Unfortunately, vehicle-wildlife collisions happenthroughout Oregon and aremore commonaround high density areasand inthe Bend/ Ryan Brennecke 1The Bulletin Central Oregonarea in particular," "Buck Norris" and his famous antlers as seenon July12, 2013, near the intersection of SW Colorado Dennehy wrote. "While BuckNorAvenue and SW Columbia Street. ris' habit of staying within Bend city limits protected him to anolder age, it finally put him at risk." According to a news release, through NE Bend,eventually boy, and a34-year-old woman were taken to St. Charles Bendby on Thursday police went to 1757 driving through a fence at St. Family hospitalized after ambulance, while a15-year-old NE Laredo Waysearching for Francis of Assisi School and two eating mushrooms boyshowingnosymptoms ofpoi- Gee.Atthehouseon LaredoWay residential yards. Geeallegedly Four members of aSunriver-arsoning was taken to thehospital as police found 31-year-old Stefanie stole a red JeepWrangler after Lafountaine, who allegedly hid abandoning his vehicle in the ea family were hospitalized Thurs- a precaution. Gee because hehad an outcourse of the pursuit. day after eating poisonous mushstanding arrest warrant. Geewas Geeisbeing heldinthe Derooms, according to theDeschutes Bend man arrested County Sheriff's Office. found hiding in the house and schutes County jail on suspicion in vehicle chase In a news release, theSheriff's after resisting arrest was taken of first-degree theft, unauthoBend Police havearrested a into custody. rized use of a motor vehicle, Office said the family hadcollected 28-year-old Bendresident Travis Gee was contacted by police fourth-degree assault, attemptthe mushrooms, andmisidentified them asedibleusingaphoneapp. Gee in connection with a vehicle on May11 after a domestic dising to elude by vehicle and by A 4-year-old boy, a14-year-old pursuit on May11. pute, then led police on a chase foot, driving while suspended, I

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GREEN TEAMMOVIENIGHT:A screening of "The Healthcare Movie," a film comparing the health care systems of the U.S.andCanada; 6:30 p.m.; free; First Presbyterian Church, 230 NENinth St., Bend; 541-815-6504.

WEDNESDAY BEND FARMERSMARKET: Featuring food, drinks and more; 3 p.m.; Brooks Alley, NW Brooks St., Bend; www.bendfarmersmarket. com or 541-408-4998. AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Diana Rodgers, farmer, paleo nutritionist and author of"The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook" will discuss food, farming and sustainability; 5:30-7 p.m.; free; Natural Grocers,3199 N.U.S. Highway 97,Bend;641-617-0200. KRIS LAGER BAND:The rockand soul band from Nebraska performs; 7 p.m.; free; McMenamins OldSt. Francis School,700NW Bond St., Bend; www.mcmenamins.com or 541-382-5174. VAMPIRATES: The Reno, Nevada, punk rock band performs, with the Beerslayers; 9 p.m.; $5; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www.volcanictheatrepub.com or 541-323-1881.

THURSDAY MUSICAND MENTORS: The songwriter SteveSeskin performs, with Circle of Friends andmembers of the Sisters Community; 7 p.m.; $15 plus fees in advance, $20at the door, $10foryouth; The Belfry,302E. Main Ave., Sisters; www.sistersfolkfestival. org or 541-549-4979. MICHAEL LEWIS MARTINEZ:The singer-songwriter performs, with Anna Gilbert; 9 p.m.; $5; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend; www.volcanictheatrepub.com or 541-323-1881.

reckless driving, reckless endangering, first- and second-degree criminal mischief and interfering with making a police report, as well as resisting arrest and possession of methamphetamine and heroin. LaFountaine was cited for hindering prosecution.

PCT hikers foundsafe A group of Washington hikers who set off a Search and Rescue effort Thursday were found safe and not in need of assistance Friday about 9 miles south of Elk Lake Resort. On Thursday, Sarah Morris, MaryZakheim andAngela Zakheim, all from Spokane, Washington, called the Pacific Crest Trail Association and left a message saying they had lost the PCT trail near Lily Lake and needed a call back, according to a news release from the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. Attempts to reach the group were unsuccessful and search and rescue volunteers from Deschutes and Lanecounties were sent out to assess the situation. On Friday morning, two volunteers on horseback from the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue team set off from Elk Lake Resort to find the hikers. The group was located unharmed at about 9:30 a.m., surprised that their call to the trail association had triggered a Search and Rescue response. In its press release about the incident, the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office advised the public to call 911 whenemergencies arise and to be asspecific as possible as to what type of help is needed. — Bulletin staff reports

SISTERS FARMERSMARKET: Featuring fresh vegetables, fruits, p.m.; Barclay Park, Hood Street, between Ash and Elm, Sisters; 541-719-8030. FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK: Art exhibit openings, artist talks, live music, wine and food in downtown Bend and the Old Mill District; 5 p.m.; throughout Bend. "WILD WILD WILDESTWEST": A family-friendly old time western comedymelodrama,presented by the Sunriver STARS; 6 p.m.; $15, $10 for18 and younger, $40/$35 for Saturday dinner show; Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic 8 Recreation Center, 57250 Overlook Road, Sunriver; 541-480-7483. CRAFT BEARD &MUSTACHE COMPETITION:Featuring a beard and mustache competition, with live music by Boxcar Stringband; 6:30 p.m.; Deschutes Brewery 8 Public House,1044 NW Bond St., Bend;

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541-382-9242. "INTOTHE WOODS": An adaptation of Stephen Sondeim's musical about fairytales, presented by Opera Bend; 7 p.m.; $25-$40; Pinckney Center for the Performing Arts, Central Oregon Community College, 2600 NW College Way, Bend; www. operabend.org or 888-718-4253. "SELMA":A screening of the Oscarwinning film; 7:30 p.m.; Rodriguez Annex, Jefferson County Library, 134 SE ESt., Madras; www.jcld.org or 541-475-3351. THE RISE OFENDURO:A film about the history of enduro mountain biking, featuring raffles and more, to benefit COTA; 7:30 p.m.; $10 plus fees in advance, $14 at the door; Tower Theatre, 835 NWWall St., Bend; www.towertheatre.org or 541-317-0700. B.I.G. IMPROV: The comedytroupe

performs; 8 p.m.; $8plus feesin advance, $10at the door; 2nd Street Theater, 220 NELafayette Ave., Bend; www.2ndstreettheater.com or 541-312-9626.

Ban Continued from B1 Councilors in c luded the emergency clausein the ordinance, they said, to stop shooting as soon as possible because more

children will be i n t h e area once school is out. But with P atrick's vote, that option is out.

"I used to shoot out

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tained," Councilor Tory Allman sa id T u e sday. "Once

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there'll be a lot of kids BMX (biking) out there (at Smith Rock Bike Park). I'm in favor ofdoing something immediately." If city

c o u ncilors d o

adopt the ordinance on June 9, the no -shooting ban on t h e ci t y -owned

property would go into effect 30 days later. The

county process to declare the larger 1,691acres a no-shooting zone would likely ta ke an ad d ition-

al 45 to 60 days, said James Lewis,the county's

properties and facilities manager. "This closes a gap between the city li m its on the west and BLM land on the east in which there is

no shooting," Lewis said. "A lot ofpeople don't know it, but back in 2005 the Up-

per Deschutes Resource Management Plan was adopted by the BLM there,

and that's a no-shooting zone." — Reporter: 541-617-7829, beastesibendbulletin.com

NEws OF REcoRD POLICE LOG The Bulletin will update items in the Police Logwhensuch a request is received. Anynewinformation, such asthe dismissal of chargesor acquittal, must beverifiable. For more information, call 541-633-2117.

BEND POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft —A theft was reported at1:22 p.m. May19, in the2700 block of NE 27th Street. Unauthorizeduse —Avehicle was reported stolen andanarrest madeat 12:23 p.m. May25, inthe 2400 block of NE Sixth Street. DUII —AndrewStevenEubanks, 25, was arrested onsuspicion of driving

under the influence of intoxicants at 8:30p.m.May 26,intheareaofBayou Drive andPettigrew Road. DUII —JamesBelden Storey,51, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at10:09 p.m.May 26,inthe2600 blockofNE U.S. Highway20. Theft —Atheft was reported at 7 p.m. May 27, inthe 62700 block of Larkview Road. Theft —Atheft was reported at 7:48 a.m.May 28,inthe2800blockofNE Jill Avenue. Theft —Atheft was reported at10:23 a.m.May28, inthe2600blockofNE Jill Court. Theft —Atheft was reported at 2:04 p.m.May 28,inthe60900 blockof Snowbrush Drive. Theft —Atheft was reported at 2:13

p.m.May28,inthe900blockofNE Warner Place.

BEND FIRE RUNS Wednesday 9:01 a.m. —Unauthorized burning, 60605 BilladeauRoad. 12:09 p.m.— Unauthorized burning, 18973 BakerRoad. 5 p.m.— Brush orbrush-and-grass mixture fire, 22085Butler Market Road. 9:06 p.m. —Unauthorized burning, 61425 American Lane. 20 —Medical aid calls.

CIVIL SUITS Filed May 12 15CV0326 —RayKlein Inc., dba Professional Credit Service v. Michelle

J. Starkand Jon C.Stark, complaint, $45,662.71, plus interest costs and fees 15CV0327 —RayKlein Inc., dba Professional Credit Service v. BlakeC. Mogan, complaint,$35,760.57,plus interest costs and fees Filed May 13 15CV0328FC — Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC v.Jason P. Bryers, Susan D. Bryers, J.P.MorganChase BankN.A.,complaint,$82,740.90, plus interest costs and fees 15CV0329FC — Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB,dbaChristian A. Trust, not in its individual capacity but solely as trustee for BCAT2014-12TT, v. Michael M. Haertl, Debra A.Bresch, Cavalry Portfolio Services, Discover Bank, complaint, $469,818.26, plus interest costs and fees

holders of CWABS,Inc., asset-backed certificates series 2004-15, v. Philip L. Conner Sr., Citibank South Dakota N.A., Community First Bank, Tiffany L. Conner, Lisa Michel Connernka Lisa Michel Hart, complaint, $331,848.25, plus interest costs and fees 1SCV0334 —Bank of America N JL v. Wes B.Chappell, Kelly L. Chappell, CSO Financial Inc., complaint, Filed May 15 $242,465.99, plus interest costs and fees 15CV0332FC — TheBank of New York Mellon, as indenture trustee, not Filed May 18 in its individual capacity but solely as 15CV0338 —Brittany Smith v. indenture trustee for Greenpoint Home Adriana Maul, complaint, $112,795.65, Equity Loan Trust 2004-1, v. FrankL. plus interest costs andfees Ceniga, ShelbyCeniga, complaint, $191,992.93, plus interest costs and Filed May 20 fees 15CV0335 —Lisa Laitala and 15CV0333FC — TheBank of New Derek Laitala v. Michelle Grossman, York Mellon fka TheBank of New complaint, $384,559.70, plus interest York, as trustee for the certificate costs and fees Filed May 14 15CV0330 —Johnstone Supply v. Cameron M.Petz, complaint, $17,469.16, plus interest costs and fees 15CV0331 —Liberty Mutual Insurance v. RossBuilt LLC, complaint, $112,281.68, plus interest costs and fees


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TIGARD — School districts

and local governments will have to pay more for employee pensions because legislative leaders are blocking a bill to restructurethe management

of Oregon's investments, state Treasurer Ted Wheeler said Friday. Wheeler has tried unsuccessfullyfor three years to convince lawmakers that his

agency needs more independence from the Legislature to hire staff and make decisions

ment policy. The increases will be es"The reality is ... more re- pecially harsh for school dissources have to be squeezed tricts. Compared with state out of our public education and local governments, school system and our municipal districts have higher accrued and county budgets," Wheeler retirement costs relative to the said. "Here we have an oppor- number of active employees. tunity to do something differWheeler has pitched his ent, and the Legislature has "Investment M o d ernization Act" as a necessary step to chosen to squander it." State and local govern- avoid digging an even deepments are already looking at a er hole. He says his agency steep hike in their retirement spends too much on Wall costsafter a state Supreme Street investment managers Court decision in April that because he lacks authority to overturned the bulk of Pubhire staffers to do it. Money lic Employees Retirement spent on managers can't be inSystem cuts that the Legis- vested for growth, dampening

about investments. He says the current gover- lature approved in 2013. In a nance structure is too risky, separate presentation Friday, and without more flexibility, PERS financial consultants investment managers will be forced to back away from Or-

egon's heavy exposure to pri-

said that the court decision

will raise pension liabilities by $5 billion. The court's decision allowed about $1.3 billion worth ofcutsto be preserved,

vate equity investments. Such a move would lower long-term i nvestment returns i n O r e - the consultants said. gon's $70 billion pension fund As a result of the court deci— money that would have to sion, the PERS experts expect

be made upwith higher con- that government employers will see their collective penWheeler, an elected Dem- sion contributions rise $690 ocrat, gave his warning in a million in the 2017-2019 budjoint meeting of the Public Em- getcycle.On average,the cost ployees Retirement System will jump from an average of (PERS) Board and the Oregon 18.2 percent of payroll to 21.2 Investment Council, w h i ch percent, with more increases makes decisions on invest- to come down the road. tributions from taxpayers.

UO illneSS —Public health officials said a parentwho visited the campus of theUniversity of Oregon inearly Maywas infected with the bacteria that cancause meningitis. The 52-year-old man isthe seventh personwithmeningococcaldiseasesinceacampusoutbreakbegan in January. Theothers werestudents. Onedied. Theoutbreak hasleft public health officials frustrated becausefewer than half of the 22,000 students they'd hoped tovaccinate havegotten shots. The state Health Authority said Friday theparent's casedemonstrates that the disease is lingering on thecampus, andstudents should get vaccinated.

don't have enough autonomy, Courtney said. He has worked

ChOking inmate —An Oregon sheriff said a corrections deputy likely saved acounty jail inmate's life by performing the Heimlich maneuver after the inmatechokedwhile eating a breakfast bar. Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley said inmateChris Anderson beganchoking Friday morning while eating in acommon area. Heexcused himself to get a drink of water in his cell in aneffort to dislodge the food, but that didn't work. After Anderson returned to thecommonarea, another inmate noticed whatwashappening and called for help. Deputy Adam Hedrick respondedand beganthe Heimlich maneuver, dislodging the stuck food. Jail medical staff checkedthe inmate and said hewas not injured.

to getWheeler more spending authority, he said, and the next treasury budget will

allow for 24 more employees. The treasury's budget comes from investment earnings, not

the general fund, but the Legislature imposes a spending and hiring limit. "Like it or not, the legislative branch of

g overnment

does exist in the Oregon Constitution," Courtney said in an

Inmate death arreSt —An Oregonprosecutor said two Yamhil County Jail inmatesareaccused of second-degree manslaughter in the death of athird inmate. County District Attorney BradleyBerry said Friday night that anautopsy showed34-year-old Jed HawkMyers of McMinnville was ahomicide victim and died Thursday from multiple physical injuries andextensive internal bleeding. Myers hadcomplained of an"unknown medical problem" Wednesday night and been transferred to amedical observation cell, where helater died. Berry says JoshuaMulbreght andZachary Chronister havebeenarrested and each chargedwith a single count of manslaughter. Theprosecutor said both menwere in custody at thetime of the homicide andhoused in an area with Myers. Theyareexpected to bearraigned Monday.Myers was taken into custody May 24andwasbeing held on awarrant for parole and probation violation.

interview. "I cannot just cut us

loose from some kind of very serious oversight role in this." returns. A fifth of Oregon's penHe also says consultants sion fund is in private equity have advised that Oregon investments, which presents can'tproperly manage the the opportunity for both high r isk associated wit h c o m - risks and high rewards. John plex investments if its budget Skjervem, the state's chief inand hiring are subject to the vestment officer, said the Orwhims of legislators. egon Investment Council will Senate P r esident P e t er meet next week to consider Courtney, a Salem Democrat pulling about 2.5 percent of who opposes Wheeler's ini- the pension fund out of private tiative, said he's "not trying equity in favor of less risky to stand in anybody's way," — but also less lucrative — inbut he's reluctant to cede leg- vestments because of the Legislative oversight, particularly islature's inaction. "If we don't get the flexibiliafter he did so for Cover Oregon before it failed to launch a ty to staff the organization as health insurance website. it needs to be staffed, we will E xecutive branch o ff i - need to put limits on what we cials always complain they do," Skjervem said.

Cat reSCue fire —Fire officials in the Portland suburb of Hillsboro said nine cats died in afire early Friday at aprivate animal rescue. Jesse Spalding, who runsFelines First Rescue, saidsheawoketo someone knocking on herdoor to sayhergarage wasonfire. The cats were housed in thegarage. Washington County Fire District No. 2 spokesman Mitch Wardsaid the fire was "electrical in nature." Spalding said she will rebuild the rescue,which she says hasalready helped find homes for morethan100 cats. — From wire reports

Judge rejectsrequest to blockJacksonCounty's GMOcrop ban The Associated Press

mit the county's GMO ban

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and scarcity on a global level, The p l aintiffs i n t erpretClarke wrote in an 11-page ed the "right to farm" law as ruling. However, he said his protecting their genetically pre-empted other local gov- decision was more narrowly engineered alfalfa crops from ernments from r egulating focused on the construction being destroyed. biotech crops, the Capital of the state's Right to Farm While Clarke dismissed Press reported. Act and the county ordi- the alfalfa farmers' argu"While farming practices nance, the (Medford) Mail ments regarding "right to may not be limited by a sub- Tribune reported. farm," their claim seeking urbanite's sensitivities, they Bruce Schulz of Gold Hill $4.2 million in compensation may be limited if they cause and James and M a rilyn from Jackson County redamage to another farm's Frink of Sams Valley sued mains alive. crops," the judge said. The the county in December 2014, S chulz an d t h e F r i n k s Jackson County o r d inance saying the GMO ban would were not immediately reachsimply "serves to prevent cause them undue financial able by phone Friday evesuch damage before it hap- hardship and violated their ning for comment. A phone pens," he said. c onstitutional r i g h ts. T h e message left with the office Some farmers and others ordinance, passed by voters of their lawyer, David Marare concerned about possi- in May 2014, allows farm- kowitz, was not immediately ble cross-pollination between ers currently growing GMO returned. Anti-GMO f a rmers c a l lbiotech crops and those that crops to harvest them this are conventional or organic. season but requires them to ing themselves Our Family The case raises important remove all genetically modi- Farms Coalition joined the questions about food safety fied crops within 12 months. case as defendants in Febru-

f e d eral when they excluded Jackson judge in southern Oregon on County from a 2013 bill that

Fridayrejected a request by two alfalfa farms to block Jackson County's ban on genetically engineered crops. The decision by U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark

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not pre-empted by Oregon's "right to farm" law. He said the "right to farm" measure

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out my front door, and go five blocks to the west to my job at the hospital.

Three blocks to the east was SafeAmericans, including Bendites, way. Three blocks to the north was will drive across town to save three downtown with additional shopping cents on gas. We can, for politics, and eateries. I walked or biked evpretend that the tourists will pay erywhere. If I put 500 miles on my the gas tax. I assure you though, as car in a year, that was a big deal. I soon as those Portland and Seat- angrily believed I was being taxed tle visitors coming to a concert or by the rich to support smooth roads to bike our trails learn they will be for their Mercedes and BMWs. paying 15-25 cents more per gallon Surprise, surprise! (and even more with $4-$5 gas), they Since I lived in the downtown will stop in Salem or Stayton and fill core, it was the first to reap the reup before crossing the mountains. wards of the new tax. The road They may even make sure they go outside my apartment was repaved via Mount Hood to fill up in Madras. within a year with a new dedicated I support the utility tax because bike lane. By year two, I could ride I once lived in a California, no- to work on a nice smooth surface. At growth tourist town with deterio- that point all of my opposition and rating roads. That meant that no hatred of the law was gone. I was acbig-box stores were allowed that tually seeing my tax dollars at work. Humvee. But let's be honest. Most

Bend City Council is avoiding the best solution: a utility tax. They are doing so because they already face the prospects of having to raise sewer and water rates to maintain and enlarge those systems. Who wants

to be seen as continually beating up the rate payers? However, why decide to tax gasoline, a commodity

wherevolume salesaredecreasing? If taxed, the amount collected each year will eventually decrease due to

either personal cutbacks when the priceof gasoline increases beyond peoples budgets or the 54 mpg federal mandates on new cars create further sales reductions. Isn't Oregon already complaining that electric cars, and those getting better than 18 to 21 mpg aren't paying their would create the sales taxes to supfairshare of road costs? You are al- port road maintenance. As a bicycle ready a "criminal" for driving a car rider you learned to memorize the with better than 21 mpg. streets you used to keep from being The idea that visitors will pay for catapulted into the air due to a large new roads is a lie; sort of like taxing road crack. We all became early the rich will solve all our problems. adapters ofbicycle helmets. Surethereare some Rolex-wearing I remember when the city council visitors with $100 bills falling out of voted to add a utility tax to pay for their pockets who will pay the tax road improvements I was incensed. as they fill up their motorhome or At that point in my life, I could walk

For the next 14 years that I lived in that town, I never as so much took a

second glance at that tax on my telephone, cable, cell, water and sewer bills. When I add up what I paid in utilities for a business I later owned

and a home, I probably paid a couple of hundred dollars a year toward the

roads. I didn't mind, because I had good roads to drive upon. — Michal Suchyta lives in Bend.

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promised to appoint justices who Stevens is right. I won't trouble oppose Citizens United, and she has the retired U.S. Supreme here to go into the reasons for my joined the chorus of Democrats supCourt justice, criticized Democrat- own longstanding opposition to lit- porting a constitutional amendment ic presidential front-runner Hillary mus tests, other than to note that designed to accomplish the same Clinton last week for her announce- there is something decidedly pecu- end, even though language explicitment that she would nominate to the liar about promising to place on the ly limiting the freedom of speech is court only i n dividuals committed Supreme Court individuals who impossible to draft in a way that isn't to overturning the 2010 decision in have alreadydecided the cases to reckless. Citizens United v. Federal Elections come before them. Th e r h etoric No doubt Clinton is sincere in Commission. Stevens doesn't like turns the idea of what a court is for her belief that Citizens United was the decision any more than she does on its head: What's the point of argu- wrongly decided. Her decision to — his dissent ran to 90 pages — but ing before those who have been se- go down the road of litmus tests and he likes litmus tests even less. lected because they have sworn to be constitutional amendments, howevAt a house party in Mason City, closed-minded? er,is an artifact ofour process for seIowa, a few days after offering her Bill Clinton, while serving as pres- lecting presidential nominees. Like promise, Clinton doubled down: "I ident, was explicit in his rejection similar silliness on the Republican will do everything I can do to ap- of litmus tests, which he saw as an side, it reflects the outsize influence point Supreme Court justices who unreasonable element inserted into of activists who too often demand will protect the right to vote and not politics by the Republican Party: "I explicit commitments to p r oposithe right of billionaires to buy elec- will not ask any potential Supreme tions that are imprudent and unliketions," she said. Court nominee how he or she would ly of accomplishment. Stevens, in remarks last week at vote in any particular case," he said Even if one believes that such George Washington University, was in a news conference on March 23, promises are entirely symbolic, they unimpressed: "I'm not really sure 1993. "I will not do that." can hardly be good for democracy. that that's wise either for the court or Hillary Clinton has no obligation Jonathan Rauch, a senior fellow at for a presidential candidate to make to follow her husband's model on the Brookings Institution, in a braca litmus test on one particular de- this or any issue; from the practical ing new book, calls for restoring cision.... I'm surprised at her state- point of view, he is simply a former political professionalism to the camment." The former justice added, "If president, and if he was wrong, he paigns, sharply reducing the role of I were running for president, I don't was wrong. But in this case he was activists and their unrealistic denews that John Paul Stevens,

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Digital a law needs to handle deathbetter hat should happen to a person's digital a ssets when they die? There can be photos, text messages, emails, websites and social media accounts. Families just lost a loved one. They don't want to lose all those pieces of a life, too. The law, though, is a muddle. Facebook has, in fact, gone to court to oppose the idea that families can compel it to hand over data. And then there's the privacy of the dead person or a person who can no longer manager his affairs. There can be secrets in digital records that a person never wanted to be revealed. Senate Bill 369 in the Oregon Legislature attempts to clear up some of the important legal questions. The Legislature shouldpass it. But more important than the bill is that families need to be prepared. A 'Virtual asset instruction letter" should be prepared to explain what should be done with accounts, what should be accessible and what should be deleted. There still can be many prob-

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mands on candidates. Provocatively titled "Political Realism: How Hacks,

made are occupied by those who, in the words of the historian Richard

Machines,Big Money, and Back- Hofstadter, do not "see social conRoom Deals Can Strengthen Amer- flict as something to be mediated ican Democracy," Rauch's slim vol- and compromised," but insist instead ume is must reading for anyone who on "the will to fight things out to a wants to make democracy better. finish." Rauch wants to restore the transOnce upon a time, compromise actional aspects of politics, precise- was the life's blood of politics. Nowly the features that today's activists, adays, activists press candidates with their narrow ideological focus, instead toward absolutes. Rauch tend to despise. The activist, Rauch refreshingly reminds us that the says, harbors an " instinctive sus- current state of affairs isn't necespicion of political insiders." But the sary. I've argued before for returnactivists are wrong. We need more ing more power to the parties, and insiders, not fewer. Rauch's book reinforces my belief One of the advantages of machine that only in that direction lies the salpolitics, he points out, is that political machines, unlike activists, "have

vation of American democracy.

But of course it won't happen. Acrelatively lengthy time horizons," be- tivists left and right enjoy the taste cause they "have to win not just once of power. Whether the wealthy conbut again and again." The profes- servativesfeared by the left or the sional party seeks the stability that academic and media elites feared will enable it to govern over the long by the right, the aristocrats who exterm. The activist, by contrast, wants ert outsize influence on our election to win on its issue, right now, today. processes aren't about to yield their It isn't just campaign finance re- hard-earneddominance.Instead,we form. The same problem arises ev- face a bleaker future in which candierywhere. On issues from dealing dates who know better, to keep their with the millions of illegal immi- boyars quiet, will continue to make grants to finding a prudent balance promises they know they shouldn't. between equality and religious liber— Stephen Carter is a columnist for ty, the spaces in which decisions are

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OREGON NEWS

BITUARIES Wayne Robert "Bob" Chamberlen

DEATH 1VOTICES Trudy J. (Scally) Bell, of La Pine

Sept. 5, 1949 - May 21, 2015 Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine 541-536-5104 www.bairdmortuaries.com

Services: A memorial service will be held on Sat., June 6, 2015, at 3:00 p.m., at Crescent Baptist Church, 136463 Main St., Crescent, OR. Contributionsmay be made to:

St. Charles Hospice, 2500 NE Neff Rd., Bend OR 97701, 541-706-6700 www.stcharleshealthcare.

org Constantine 'Gus'

Peter Gungura, of Bend July 21, 1925- May27, 2015 Arrangements: Deschutes Memorial Chapel, 541-382-5592 www.deschutesmemorial chapel.com Services: A service will be held at a later date.

Caroline Marie Smith, of Bend

Aug. 9, 1922- May 28, 2015 Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home, Bend 541-382-2471 www.niswonger-reynolds. com Services: A family gathering will be held at a later date.

Judith Lynn McCall, of Redmond July 9, 1943 - May 28, 2015 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Redmond 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A memorial mass will be held at a later date. Contributionsmay be made to:

St. Thomas Building Fund, 1720 NW 19th St., Redmond, OR 97756

Ronald Lee Powers, of Redmond July19,1936- May26,2015 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Redmond 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, June 5, at 1:30 p.m., at Waud's Funeral Home, 1414 3rd St., Tillamook, OR.

Gladyce Leona Cannon (Mansfield), of Eugene

Nov. 27, 1920 - May 19, 2015 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home, Bend 541-382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A private graveside service will be held at West Lawn Memorial Park in Eugene, followed by a public Celebration of Life, on Saturday, June 6, at 2:00 p.m., at Allison Park Christian Church, 1520 Echo Hollow Rd., Eugene, OR. Contributions may be made to:

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Glayce's name to Greenhill Humane Society, 88530 Green Hill Rd., Eugene, OR 97402. 541-689-1503

Don Schmidt, of Bend Nov. 18, 1926 - May 24, 2015 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home of Bend is honored to serve the family. 541-382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services:

A graveside service on

Saturday, May 30, at 11:00 a.m., will be held at Franklin Cemetery, 92341 Applegate Trail, Junction City, OR. A Memorial Service at Awbrey Place will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to:

Partners In Care 2075 NE Wyatt Court Bend, Oregon 97701 www.partnersbend.org

Theodore 'Ted' Lome Outcalt, of Redmond Sept. 24, 1941 - May 28, 2015 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Redmond 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A memorial service will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to:

land riders, and some are rallying t o r a ise s afety awareness. On Friday, a Jeep Cherokee and a bicycle collided at the same busy intersection

vived. State Department of Transportation officials say

Stars

name it.

Callum (Samanta) of Gre-

sham, Casey McCallum of Bend, Ca t h e r in e H un t (Scott) of Central Oregon, C araLy n Ch amb e r l e n

(Jerry) of R edmond and

C ourtney Ch amb e r l e n (Corey) of Corvallis as well as his four grandsons And rew, J a x on , O r i o n a n d M aximillian . M emor i a l services will b e h el d S aturday May 30th at 3pm at City C e n t e r ch u r c h in R edmond (549 Sw 8t h s t . Redmond OR).

Colonel Clifford W. Steele February24, 1942- Muy 27, 2015 Colonel Cli f f o r d W. S teele passed away M a y 27th. H is f ami l y an d friends honor and rememb er him a s a l i f e long p a triot, a ma n o f d eep conviction and integrity, and a e nerous and l o v in g s o n , r other, h u s band, f a t h er and grandfather. Memor ial cont r i b u t ion s in Clifford's name are b eing a ccepted a t P a r t n er s I n Care/Hospice House, 2075 NE Wyatt Court, Bend, OR 97701.

DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deaths of note fromaround the world:

Edward Gilligan, 55: Sec-

R eynaldo Rey, 75: A c tor-comedian who appeared

in such films as "Friday" and "White Me n C a n't J u mp." Died Thursday at a Los An-

geles hospital from complications after suffering a stroke. — From wire reports

Obituary policy Death Notices are freeandwill be run for one day, but specific guidelines must be followed. Local obituaries are paid advertisements submitted by families or funeral homes.They may be submitted by phone, mail, email or fax. TheBulletin reserves the right to adit all submissions. Please include contact information in all correspondence. For information on any of theseservices or about the obituary policy, contact 541-617-7825. Phone: 541-617-7825

Email: obits©bendbulletin.com Fax: 541-322-7254

Mail:Obituaries P.O. Box6020 Bend, OR 97708

in southeast Portland where s p ate a 22-year-old bicyclist lost

"Bob" W ayne Rob e r t Chamberlen, born 6 /8/1968, p a s sed p e a c efully i n h i s s l eep Sunday May 24th, 2015. He is survived by his Father Adam Holland (Bev) and stepfat her Ch ar l e s "Chuck" C hamberlen (K arren) an d s ix siblings as well as hi s f ive c h i l dren C o l li n M c -

New York.

June 30, 1929- May19, 2015 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home, Bend 541-382-0903 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: Services will be at a later date.

PORTLAND — A

of high-profile bicycle ac-

can Express. Died unexpectedly Friday after become seriously ill on a flight home to

Leola 'Lee' Judson, of Bend

The Associated Press

June 8, 1968 - May24,2015

ond in command at Ameri-

Shepard's House, 1854 NE Division St., Bend, OR 97701.

Alarmed byrecent accidents, Portland bicyclistsridefor safety

Deadlines: Death Notices areaccepted until noon Mondaythrough Friday for next-day publication and by4:30 p.m. Friday for Sundaypublication. Obituaries must be received by 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday for publication on the seconddayafter submission, by1 p.m. Friday for Sundaypublication,and by9a.m. Monday for Tuesdaypublication. Deadlines for display adsvary; please call for details.

his leg in a collision May 10. Both bicyclists have sur-

cidents has alarmed Port-

they're working on a package of safety improvements for the corridor that includes the intersection.

A mile to the east, a recent

graduate of Reed College died Wednesday in a collision with a tow truck.

That crash scene was the starting point Friday for a "no more ghost bikes" ride. Ghost bikes a r e p a i nted white and stationed at fatal

crash sites.

RECON has sparked so much excitement among

a network of project participants will periodically and

The high school is just one Central Oregon school p articipating i n t h e r e search. Sisters High School is working in partnership

may create an astronomy class for the 2016-17 school year, said Georgina Fugate,

simultaneously train t h eir

with the Sisters Astrono-

a SMILE adviser.

Continued from B1 Over the next five years,

telescopes on a specific spot in the night sky and record 15 to 20 minutes of video. The data will then be sent

t h e s c h ool

"This is a way for students my Club. Bend High, Ridgeview and Redmond high and community members to schools have also c on- learn more about the solar firmed their plans to par- system, reach out to other

to planetary scientists Marc

ticipate also, according to Buie, with t h e S outhwest Bulletin archives. Research Institute in BoulThe first official night of der, Colorado, and John data collection is scheduled

Keller, with Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California. If a new Kuiper Belt object is discovered by Madras High School students, they get to

students that

June 10 and anyone is welcome to attend Madras High School's event. Updates to

the project are posted at www.tnorecon.net.

communities, an d

p a r t i c-

ipate in research that will be published," Fugate said. "They are gathering new information that will help us understand our place in the solar system." — Reporter: 541-383-0354, jrockow@bendbullettn.com

Doctor

S ubsequent test i n g the issue of consuming subshowed the patient had stantial amounts of alcohol "grossly excessive levels of daily while taking narcotics, Continued from 61 Kenny prescribed anti- testosterone," according to according to the board. The biotics to a female patient the board. board says she also failed in October 2013 for chronKenny a ls o a l l egedly to explore how the patient's ic tonsillitis without docu- treated another patient for work as a truck driver could menting that she had exam- six years with topical and put himself and the public at ined the patient's tonsils, ac- injectable testosterone that risk. cording to board documents. was not medically indicated The board says Kenny In September 2008,the without keeping records of also subjected patients with board says Kenny saw an the patient's progress, his- anxiety and depression to adult male patient who com- tory or exams, according to a gene mutation screening plained of a decreased sex board documents. she called the "depression drive and impotence.She The board also says Ken- gene" test, an assertion the p erformed la b t e st s t h a t ny was "grossly negligent" board says is not supported showed low t e stosterone in her treatment of an adult by medical literature. In one levels. male with osteoarthritis and case, Kenny billed a patient In November, the patient's a degenerative spine con- $525 for that test and tests testosterone levels tested dition. Between June 2013 for acute hepatitis A, B and normal, but Kenny interpret- and November 2013, Kenny C. ed the results as "significant prescribed him a long list of In another case, Kenny altestosterone deficiency," ac- pain medications, including legedly prescribed a patient cording to board documents. hydrocodone, acetamino- a drug for weight loss that She prescribed a testoster- phen, Norco (a combina- was not indicated for indione cream. In September tion of acetaminophen and viduals with her body mass 2010, the board says she hydrocodone) and oxyco- index and no co-existing switched that to testosterone done, according to board medical conditions, accordinjections of 400 milligrams documents. ing to board documents. every two weeks. By 2013, In October 2013, the paThe board w il l i s sue a the p a tient's t e stosterone tient went t o S t . C h arles final order once its inveslevels were measured to be Bend after falling, accord- tigation is complete. In the as high as 1,400 nanograms ing to board documents. St. meantime, it has forbidden per deciliter, according to Charles sent Kenny docu- her fromprescribing testosboard documents. Normal ments from the visit, which terone to male patients. t estosterone levels for a n included the patient's job, The board accuses Kenny adult male are between 270 a truck driver, and his re- of a number of statute violang/dL and 1,070 ng/dL, ac- porting that he usually con- tions, including committing cording to the Mayo Clinic. sumed two beers and four unprofessional or dishonThe patient was complain- shots of whiskey per day. orable conduct, gross or reing of shrinking testiclesWithout record of having peated negligence, willfully a known side effect of tesperformed adrug test,Ken- violating the b oard's stattosterone treatment — and ny proceeded to prescribe ute, prescribing controlled prostate issues. The patient him morphine and oxyco- substances without a legitsaw another physician, who done for pain that month imate medical purpose and found he was suffering side (the patient was also taking without following accepted effectsof testosterone treat- Norco at the time), accord- p atient examination or r ecord-keeping procedures. ment, including an elevated ing to board documents. red blood cell count, acne In this case, the board — Reporter: 541-383-0304, and mood swings. says Kenny failed to address tbannow@bendbullettn.com

FEATUREDOBITUARY

He was NCAA's1st executive director, led for 36 years By Jim O'Connell The Associated Press

Walter Byers, the first executive director of the NCAA

who spent 36 years leading and shaping the organization that oversees college athletics, has

died. He was 93. Byers died Tuesday at his home i n

E m m ett, K a nsas,

when a urinary tract infection spread into his bloodstream, son Fritz said Wednesday.

A main part of Byers' job when he started as NCAA executive director in 1951 was

to help the schools maintain strict control of all revenues the athletes generated. Then,

the figures weren't too impressive. Now, the deals for football and basketball rights are worth

billions. He helped invent the now widely used term "student-ath-

lete," which he said was intended to disguise the fact that

players had become de facto professionals. He was a big proponent of having the NCAA oversee women's athletics as well and that came to fruition in the ear-

ly 1980s. "He established something that never e xisted before,"

Byers was 29 years old when Press that he had first suggested drasti c changes in player offices opened in Kansas City, compensationthree years earMissouri — his hometownlier during a private meeting with five employees. When he of the policy-making NCAA retired in 1987, the NCAA had Council. The council, a group about 150 full-time employees of highly placed administrators and its membership had grown from NCAA schools and confrom 381 schools to 1,003. ferences,refused to listen,he he was hiredbythe NCAA. The

"He was remarkable. Brilliant. A very creative individual

sald. Now, the NCAA is refining a

amateurism and level playing fields, they actuallyare a device to divert the money elsewhere." NCAA President Mark Emmert released a statement not-

ing Byers' "lasting impact on collegesports,from thosewho compete on the field to the educators who support them." "As the NCAA's first full-

time executive director, he but very strong and demand- plan that would allow athletes shepherded the growing asing," Tom Jernstedt, an NCAA to receive money to cover ex- sociation by encouraging acaexecutive for almost 40 years penses of normal college living. demic excellence as a central said, "but his employees all The number will change with part of college sports," Emmert had the utmost respect for him each conference. said. "Our thoughts are with because of his work ethic and In his autobiographical book Walter's friends and family "Unsportsmanlike ConductCharles Gorry 1 The Associated Press file photo leadership values." during this difficult time." Walter Byers, executive director of the National Collegiate Athletic Byers gave the then-28-year- Exploiting College Athletes," During his tenure Byers Association, testifies in Washington before a House special subold Jernstedt the responsibility published after he r etired, was brought into conflict with committee on education in 1973. Byers, the first executive director for directing the men's Division Byers blasted the NCAA — an many wealthy alumni, as well of the NCAA, died Tuesday. He was 93. I basketball tournament, which organization he had defend- as some of the most popular would become one of the most ed in highly publicized battles figures in collegiate history, popular sporting events in the with Congress — as arrogant, including basketball coaches former Big Eight and Big Ten One of the first duties Byers world. autocratic and "self-righteous." Adolph Rupp at Kentucky and "In my opinion he never re- He urged lawmakers to enact Jerry Tarkanian at UNLV and Commissioner Wayne Duke gave Duke was to work with said Wednesday from his home television as a partner to work ceived credit for his leadership an athletes' bill of rights. Oklahoma football icon Bud "Against such an array of Wilkinson. in Barrington, Illinois. Duke on contracts and improve in building that event," Jernst"The NCAA was born in criw as Byers' first hire at t h e the relationship between the edt said. "In my mind he is the power stands theyoung athlete, NCAA and the two remained entities. father of the NCAA basketball unorganimd and a part of the sis and has lived in conflict," "He had the foresight then tournament and he doesn't get system for only four to sixyears Byers said in an AP interview dose through the years. "He had to come up with structure that it would all come about," the recognition for that." before he or she moves on to in 1976. for all kinds of athletics, team Duke said. "He took the NCAA Byers was always a staunch be replaced by another 18- or Byers is survived by sons and individual, at the nation- from an organization run on defendant of college amateur- 19-year-old," he wrote. Fritz and Ward, daughter El"Whereas the NCAA de- len, six grandchildren and two al level. Before him there was a part-time basis to one of the ism but he revealed in a 1987 nothing." most powerful in sports." interview with The Associated fends its policies in the name of great-grandchildren.


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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2015

COLLEGE SPORTS

PREP BOYS LACROSSEPLAYOFFS

Oregon takes revenue crown

Lava Bearssuffer 1st loss,get

EUGENE — Move over, Bevo. The University of Oregon had thenation's top-grossing athletic department in 2013-14, ending a five-year streak for the University of Texas. USAToday, which publishes anannual database of athletics finances, listed the Ducks with $196 million in revenue, $35 million more than any other school. The number includes $95 million to account

ousted fromplayoffs byWest Linn Bulletin staff report

ship bracket, ending the High Desert Conference champions' season. Bend (16-1) became the first Central Oregon team in

ter, Bend and West Linn found

third-seeded West Linn on

OHSLA history to advance to the quarterfinals, but West

West Linn, however, scored three of the first half's final

Friday, the No. 6 Lava Bears fell 13-8 in the quarterfinals of the Oregon High School Lacrosse Association champion-

Linn, the defending state four goals to grab a 5-3 advanchampion, cut short the Bears' tage, eventually extending it playoff journey. to 9-6 in the third quarter. At the end of the first quarSeeLacrosse/C4

WEST LINN — Bend

High's quest to a state championship will have to wait another year. Facing off against

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themselves in a defensive battle, as the Lions took a 1-0 lead

into the second period before Bend evened things up 2-2. Vern Uyetake / For The Bulletin

Bend's Cohl Johnston works the ball down the field defended by West Linn's Colin Squires during an Oregon High School Lacrosse Association state quarterfinal match at West Linn High School on Friday night. Bend lost 13-8.

for the Hatfield-Dowlin

Complex, a gift from Nike co-founder Phil

PREP BASEBALLPLAYOFFS

Knight. The in-kind

donation appears as revenue onOregon's financial statements, though it was not received in the form of a cash contribution. "The building was a gift to the University of Oregon Foundation, and the University of Oregon Foundation gifted it to the athletic department," spokesman Craig Pintens said. With $110 million in athletics expenses, the Ducks also ranked among the NCAA's biggest spenders. The Ducks were10th on the USA Today list, trailing four schools from the Big Ten, three from the SEC andtwo from the Big 12. Oregon was oneof 24 schools that met the NCAA's benchmark for self-sufficiency, which means breaking even after student fees and state funds are subtracted. Oregon showed $2.15 million in athletics subsidies for 2013-14, which included $1.7 million in student fees assessed for tickets and $440,000 in state funding. Oregon's subsidy figure does not include operating expensesfor the JaquaCenter, an academic facility for athletes operated by the university. Because of the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex, Oregon's revenuespiked by more than $80 million from the previous year. Theschool projects $98 million in revenue andexpenses for 2014-15. — The (Eugene) Register-Guard

Inside • In the NCAA baseball tournament, Oregon State opens with a win while the Ducks fall to lowa,C4

Bears fall at No. 1 Liberty Bulletin staff report HILLSBORO-

Bend High anticipated a road victory Friday, but the Lava

Bears would need their mightiest sword if they were to

slay Goliath. In the quarterfinals of the

Class 5A baseball state playoffs, No. 8-seeded Bend was

facing a top-ranked Liberty squad that had lost just once

in its previous 20 games and had gone it" ~

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competition. Having won four of its last five games,

including a convincing seven-run win in Wednesday's first round, Bend High was up for the task. The Falcons,

however, quickly cut down the Bears'

Photos by Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin

Summit's Colby Scott pitches during the first inning of a Class 5A state playoff quarterfinal against North Eugene in Bend on Friday. Scott picked upthewin and the save.

NEW YORK — The

Tampa BayLightning will play for the Stanley Cup after winning their third straight gameat Madison SquareGarden, 2-0, Friday night to beat the NewYork Rangers in the Eastern Conference finals in seven games,C4

TENNIS

Federer keeps rolling at French Roger Federer beat Bosnian Damir Dzumhur in just1 hour, 29 minutes. The 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 win put Federerinto the last16forthe11th

consecutive year at the only major tournament he has not won multiple times,C2

the program's first appearance in the state semifinals.

"We had high

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expectations," Lava Bears coach Adam

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The Bulletin

Colby Scott had never seen

Randall said. "We had a great mindset coming

a coaching decision like it before. Having played baseball said they were going to do.... They got in a position to play pepper and find holes."

for most of his life, he was

unsure if the move was even legal. Yet when the Summit junior

NHL PLAYOFFS Lightning reach Stanley Cup finals

three more in the third on their way to a 14-3 victory and

• Storm starting pitcher ColbScott y returns to the moundto preserve playoff victory By Grant Lucas

After Scott limited them to a

was called upon to return to the mound in the top of the seventh inning Friday, he was not about to challenge the pitching change. Scott, the starter

single run on four hits through six innings, the fifth-seeded Highlanders (20-9) opened the top half of the seventh against reliever Matt Hicks with six

who had pitched the first six

straight singles that produced

innings, went on to strike out North Eugene's Mike Morris beforeinducing a game-ending double play that stymied a lastditch rally and secured a surprisingly thrilling 8-6 win for the host Storm in the quarter-

four runs. Scott, who was moved to third base, was then

finals of the Class 5A baseball

state playoffs.

tasked with closing the contest. Summit's Troy Viola turns a double play to clinch the Storm's win.

"They just started to put ring to North Eugene's five-run something together," said Sum- seventh inning. "They were mit coach Alan Embree, refer- d o ing what the scouting report

upset hopes, scoring nine runs in the second inning and

in. It was our full expectation to win

today." Liberty (25-2) is scheduled to host a Tuesday contest

against No. 8 Summit, which held off North Eugene 8-6 in

Bend on Friday. SeeLava Bears/C4

And after allowing an RBI

Inside

single, he slammed the door on upset-minded North Eugene

• Baseball and softball playoff scores and schedules from around the state. Prep scoreboard,C4

and sent the No. 4 Storm to the semifinals. SeeStorm /C4

NATIONAL BASKETBALLASSOCIATION

NBA FINALS

The time StephenCurry washeld scoreless il/Ikh ia 4 By Rick Maese

And of course there was that one time a team tried

than a shooting machine.

sequestering Curry entirely.

State team into the NBA Finals next week, where

all in his three memorable

gle-and-two scheme. They would constantly switch defenders to cause confusion. They would even leave teammates wide open on the floor, hoping Curry would be

seasons with Stephen Cur-

tempted to pass the ball away.

his collegiate career that Cur-

The Washington Post

Longtime Davidson men's basketball coach Bob McKillop thinks he saw it

ry in his lineup. Opposing coaches would try a box-

"Everything imaginable," McKillop says of opponents'

and-one strategy or a trian-

defensive strategies.

A 2008 game between David-

son and Loyola (Maryland) marked the only time during

Curry leads his Golden Cleveland's David Blatt will become the latest coach

tasked with trying to solve ry was held scoreless. It also the tricky player and this season's league MVP. backfiredspectacularly,revealing that Curry is far more SeeCurry/C3

June 4 atGoldenState 6p.m. June 7 at Golden State 5 p.m. June 9 at Cleveland 6 p.m. June11 at Cleveland 6 p.m. x-June14 at Golden State 5 p.m. x-June16 at Cleveland 6 p.m. x-June19 atGoldenState 6p.m. All Times PDT; x-if necessary


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HOCKEY NHL playoffs

BASEBALL

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9 a.m. ESPN2 9 a.m. SEC 1 p.m. FS1 3 p.m. SEC 4 p.m. Fox 4p.m. KICE940-AM 4 p.m. ESPNU 6 p.m. SEC 7 p.m. MLB 7 p.m. Root 8 p.m. ESPNU 9 a.m.

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SOFTBALL

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FrenchOpen,men'sandwomen'sthirdround French Open,Round of16

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(Best-oi-7; x-if necessary) Wednesday'sGame Game1,TBD

BASEBALL

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All TimesPDT

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MOTOR SPORTS

NASCAR,Sprint Cup, Dover IndyCar, Dual in Detroit, Race 2

College

3 p.m. C SNNW 7 p.m. E S PN2

SUNDAY NCAA tournament, TeamsTBD MLB, L.A. Dodgers at St. Louis MLB, Cleveland atSeattle NCAA tournament, TeamsTBD NCAA tournament, TeamsTBD MLB, Detroit at L.A. Angels NCAA tournament, TeamsTBD

10 a.m. FS1 12:30 p.m. ABC

At Oklahoma City (Double elimination; x-if necessary) Friday's Games Florida 4,LSU0 Michigan10,UCLA4 Today'sGames Game7:Tennesseevs. Auburn, 9a.m. Game8:Alabamavs.Oregon,11:30a.m. Game9: LSUvs.Game7winner,4p.m. Game10:UCLAvs. Game8winner,6:30 p.m. Sunday'sGames Game11:Florida vs.Game9winner,10 am. Game12:Michiganvs.Game10winner,12:30p.m. x-Game13:Game5 winnervs. Game9 loser, 4p.m. x-Game 14:Game6winnervs.Game10loser,6:30 p.m. NOTE:If onlyonegameis necessary, it wil beplayed at 4p.m. ChampionshipSeries (Best-of-3) Monday:TBD,5p.m. Tuesday:TBD,5p.m. Wednesday;TBD,5p.m.

GOLF

EuropeanTour, Irish Open, final round PGA Tour,AT&TByron Nelson, final round PGA Tour,AT&TByron Nelson, final round LPGATour, ShopRite LPGA Classic, final round SOCCER MLS, NewYork at Seattle MLS,LosAngelesatNew England U-20 World Cup,Nigeria vs. Brazil U-20WorldCup,Uzbekistanvs.Honduras U-20 World Cup,North Koreavs. Hungary

5 a.m. 1 0 a.m. noon noon

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CONFERENCE FINALS

FOOTBALL

Arena, SanJose at Portland Arena, Arizona atSpokane

Professional

NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE AU TimesPDT

MOTOR SPORTS

NASCAR,Sprint Cup, Dover practice 7 a.m. FS1 NASCAR,Xfinity, Dover qualifying 8 a.m. FS1 United SportsCar Championship, Belle Isle Park 9 a.m. FS2 NASCAR,Sprint Cup, Dover, final practice 10 a.m. FS1 NASCAR,Xfinity, Dover 1 1:30 a.m. F o x IndyCar, Dual in Detroit, Race1 12:30 p.m. ABC

1 0 a.m. E S PN 12:30 p.m. ESPN 4 p.m. E S PNU 6:30 p.m. ESPNU

TENN!S

FrenchOpen,men'sandwomen'sfourthround 9 a.m. NBC French Open,Round of16 2a.m. (Mon.) ESPN2 Listingsarethe mostaccurate available. TheBulletin is not responsible for late changesmadeby 7Vor radio stations.

SPORTS IN BRIEF BASKETBALL Skl!OS IS IlOWMaglC mall — Scott Skiles was introduced as the new Orlando Magic coachFriday. The51-year-old Skiles was amember of the Magic's inaugural team in1989-90 and playedpoint guard for a total of five seasons in Orlando aspart of his10-year playing career. Skiles replacesJacqueVaughn, who wasfired in February. After success in stops in Phoenix, ChicagoandMilwaukee, the13-year veteran NBAcoach owns a443-433 overall coaching record.

WarriorS'S ThOmPSOn diagnOSed With COnCuSSiOnGoldenStateguardKlayThompson hasbeendiagnosedwithaconcussion and will not practice until he is symptom free. TheWarriors announced the diagnosis Friday after Thompsonwent through neurological tests earlier in the day.TheAll-Star guard took a kneeto the head during GoldenState's Western Conference finals clinching win Wednesday night. Team doctors initially cleared Thompson to return to the game. He ended up not playing, and the teamsaid he started developing symptoms after the game.

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daughters had her nose burwas glued to a mobile phone. Shame, really, that they didn't

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look up, because the tennis their father wove on the French

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Byron Nelson Friday atTPCFour SeasonsResorl, Irving, Texas Thursday'sYardage: 7,166; Par70 Frida)f's Yardage:6,864; Par 69 ParhalSecondRoundleaders Play suspendeddueto darkness Jon Curran 67-63—130 Jimmy Walker 64-66—130 Steven Bowditch 62-68—130 CameronPercy 67-64—131 RyanPalmer 65-66—131 NickWatney 67-65—132 Jerry Kelly 68-64—132 JonathanRandolph 69-63—132 HunterMahan 68-64—132 JordanSpieth 69-64—133 Zac Blair 69-64—133 Scott Pinckney 69-64—133 JohnMerrick 66-67—133 ZachJohnson 69-64—133 RorySabbatini 69-64—133 Jeff Overton 69-65—134 LukeGuthrie 69-65—134 JohnSenden 67-67—134 AndrewLoupe 69-65—134 DerekErnst 67-67 — 134 Michae lThompson 68-66—134 Charl eyHoff man 69-65—134 KenDuke 67-68—135 GaryWoodland 72-63—135 BooWeekley 68-67—135 RussellHenley 70-65—135 Matt Jones 72-63—135 HarrisEnglish 69-66 — 135 RodPam pling 69-66—135 BenCurtis 72-63—135 GrahamDeLaet 69-66—135 James Hahn 65-70—135 DustinJohnson 67-68—135

Chevrolet IndyDual in Detroit Race1lineup Afler Fridayqualiiying; racetoday at The RacewayatBelle Isle Park,Detroit Lap length: 2.35miles (Car number inparentheses) 1. (1)Wil Power,Dalara-chevrolet,111.178. 2. (3)HelioCastroneves,Dallara-chevrolet,111.14. 3. (2)JuanPablo Montoya,Dallara-chevrolet,110.671. 4. (14)Takum aSato, Dallara-Honda,110.536. 5. (22)SimonPagenaud, Dallara-chevrolet,110.349. 6. (11)SebastienBourdais, Dalara-chevrolet,109.812. 7. (9)ScottDixon,Dalara-chevrolet,109.903. 8. (4)StefanoColeti, Dallara-chevrolet,109.353. 9. (27)MarcoAndretti, Dallara-Honda,109.333. 10. (7)Jame sJakes,Dalara-Honda,109.139. 11. (19)TristanVautier, Dalara-Honda,108.721. 12.8) SageKaram, Dallara-chevrolet,108.594. 13.(15)GrahamRahal, Dalara-Honda, 108.151. 14. (41)JackHawksworth, Dalara-Honda,107.428. 15. (10)TonyKanaan,Dalara-chevrolet,108.026. 16.28) RyanHunter-Reay, Dallara-Honda,106.598. 17.(83)CharlieKimball, Dallara-chevrolet,108.004. 18. (67)JosefNewgarden,Dallara-chevrolet,103.851. 19. (20)LucaFilppi, Dallara-chevrolet,107.853. 20. (26)CarlosMunoz, Dallara-Honda,103.83. 21. (5)ConorDaly, Dalara-Honda,107.779. 22. (18)RodolfoGonzalez, Dallara-Honda,103.397. 23. (98)GabbyChaves, Dallara-Honda,106.777.

Leaderboard attime ofsuspendedplay SCORE THRU -9 F 1. JonCurran -9 F 1. JimmyWalker -9 F 1. Steven Bowditch -8 F 4. Cameron Percy -8 F 4. Ryan Palmer

LPGA BhopRite Classic Friday atStocklonSeaview Hotel andGolf Club, BayCourse,GallowayTownship,N.J. Yardage:6,177;Par71(34-37) First Roundleaders 33-33—66 MorganPressel MinLee 32-35 — 67 Ryann O'Toole 33-34—67 AlenaSharp 35-32—67 AnnaNordqvist 36-31—67 SydneeMichaels 37-31—68 PernillaLindberg 37-31—68 38-30—68 CatrionaMathew 34-34 — 68 JennyShin 35-33—68 ChristelBoeljon GerinaPiler 34-34—68 HeeYoungPark 35-33 — 68 BrookeM.Henderson 34-34—68 ThidapaSuwannapura 33-35—68 HeeKyungSeo 36-33—69 37-32—69 Kim Kaufm an 38-31—69 MoriyaJutanugarn 34-35—69 KellyTan 37-32 — 69 ManssaLSteen Mika Miyazato 36-33—69 MinaHarigae 35-34—69 Mo Martin 36-33 — 69 SunYoungYoo 35-34—69 JodiEwart Shadoff 39-30—69 KatherineKirk 35-34—69 P.K.Kongkraphan 37-32—69

NA!nCAR Sprint Cup After Fridayqualifying; raceSundayat Dover International Speedway,Dover, Del. Lap length: 1miles (Car number inparentheses) 1. (11)DennyHamlin,Toyota,160.121. 2. (78)MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet,159.723. 3. (42)KyleLarson, Chevrolet,159.681. 4. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota,159.674. 5. (22)JoeyLogano, Ford,159.596. 6. (4)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,159.497. 7. (16)GregBiffle, Ford,159.483. 8. (19)CarlEdwards,Toyota,159.229. 9.(17) Ricky StenhouseJr., Ford, 159.046. 10.(18)KyleBusch,Toyota, 158.975. 11.(1)JamieMcMurray,Chevrolet, 158.709. 12.(3) AustinDilon, Chevrolet, 158.29. 13.(41)KurtBusch,Chevrolet, 158.891. 14. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet,158.814. 15. (55)David Ragan, Toyota,158.66. 16. (88)DaleEarnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,158.479. 17.(31)RyanNewman, Chevrolet,158.263. 18. (27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet,158.112. 19. (2)BradKeselowski, Ford,158.165. 20.(15) ClintBowyer, Toyota, 158.144. 21.(13)CaseyMears, Chevrolet, 158.096. 22.24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet, 158.082. 23.(43) AricAlmirola,Ford,158.082. 24.(51)JustinAllgaier, Chevrolet, 157.687. 25.(5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 158.27. 26.14) TonyStewart, Chevrolet, 158.082. 27.(33)BrianScott, Chevrolet,158.04. 28. (9)SamHornish Jr., Ford,157.673. 29.47) AJAllmendinger,Chevrolet,157.66. 30.(7) AlexBowman, Chevrolet,157.301. 31. (6)TrevorBayne,Ford, 157.123. 32. (38)DavidGililand, Ford,157.054. 33. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet,156.658. 34. (46)MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet,156.638. 35. (26)JebBurton, Toyota,156.624. 36.(83)MattDiBenedetto,Toyota, 155.75. 37.(35)ColeWhitt, Ford,Owner Points. 38. (34)BrettMoffitt, Ford,Owner Points. 39. (98)JoshWise,Ford, Owner Points. 40. (23)J.J. Yeley, Toyota, Owner Points. 41. (62)BrendanGaughan, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 42. (32)MlkeBhss, Ford, Owner Pomts. 43. (40)LandonCassil, Chevrolet,Owner Points. Failed toOualiiy 44. (39)TravisKvapil, Chevrolet,155.246. 45. (30)JeffGreen,Chevrolet,152.964.

AmericanLeague HOUSTONASTROS— PlacedRHPScottFeldman on the15-dayDL.Recalled RHPMichael Feliz from CorpusChristi(Texas). MINNES OTATWINS—ActivatedRHPCaseyFien from the15-dayDLOptioned RHPMichael Tonkin to Rochester (IL). SEATTLEMARINERS — Recalled RHP Dominic

Leone from Tacoma(PCL).PlacedLHPJamesPaxton on the15-dayDL TEXASRANGERS— PurchasethecontractofRHP AlexGonzalezfromRoundRock(PCL). TORONTOBLUEJAYS— RecalledRHPBoSchultz fromBuffalo(IL). National League ARIZONADIAMONDBACKS— Selectedthecontract of CJarrodSaltalamacchia from Reno (PCL). Placed CTuffyGosewisch on the15-day DL.Transferred O Cscar Hernandezto the60-dayDL.

MIAMIMARLINS—Claimed RHPChad Smith off waiversfromtheLosAngelesAngels andoptionedhim to New Orleans(PCL). PHILADE LPHIA PHILLIES — Recalled OFCody AschefromLehigh Valey (IL). DesignatedOFGrady Sizemoreforassignment. ST.LOUI S CARDINALS— ActivatedOFJonJay from the15-day DL.Optioned RHPMiguel Socolovich to Memphi(P sCL). BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA—Suspended HoustonCDwight Howard one gamefor collecting hisfourthFlagrantFoul point of the 2015 NBApostseason. ORLANDOMAGIC— NamedScottSkilescoach. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL —SuspendedSt. Louis RBTreyWatts forthe first fourgame sof the2015regular seasonfor violatingtheNFLssubstanceabusepolicy BUFFALO BILLS— Claimed QBMatt Simmsoff waiversfromthe NewYorkJets. WaivedQBJeffTuel. CLEVELANDBROWNS — Waived LS Christian Yount. KANSAS CITYCHIEFS—Promoted Chris Ballard to director offootball operations;MikeBorgonzi and Brett Veachto co-directors of playerpersonnel; Ryne Nutt toSoutheastareascout andMatt Donahoeto the Northeast areascout. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague CAROLINA HURRICANES— SignedGDrewMacIntyre toaone-yearcontract. COLUMBU SBLUEJACKETS—Re-signed DJustin Falkto aone-yearcontract. DETROIRE T DWINGS—Reassigned RWMartin Frk fromToledo(ECHL)to GrandRapids (AHL). NEW JERSEYDEVILS—SignedFSergeyKalinin to anentry-level contract. COLLEGE KENNE SAW STATE — Named Carlton Owen s men'sassistantbasketball coach. RUTGER S — Dismissed DB Darian Daileyfrom the footbalteam. l Announcedmen'sbasketball GNigel Johnsonhastransferred fromKansasState. SOUTHCAROLINA— Announcedwomen'sjunior basketball GKaela Davis hastransferred fromGeorgia Tech.

FISH COUNT Upstreamdaily movement of adult chinookjack chinook,steelheadandwild steelheadat selectedColumbiaRiverdamslast updated Friday. Chnk Jchnk Btlhd Wstlhd Bonneville 2,584 39 0 52 14 The Dalles 2,226 46 2 16 4 JohnDay 1,616 31 6 3 2 McNary 1,146 188 2 0 Upstream year-to-date movement ofadult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadand wild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedFriday. Chnk Jchnk Btlhd Wstlhd Bonneville 214,403 12,627 5,087 2,527 T he Dalles 183,694 11,009 436 18 2 John Day 154,091 9,865 597 340 M cNary 142,157 6,931 718 40 4

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FrenchOpen Friday atParis Men SecondRound RichardGasquet (20), France,def. Carlos Berlocq, Argentina,3-6,6-3, 6-1,4-6, 6-1. Third Round TeymurazGabashvili, Russia, def. LukasRosol, CzechRepublic, 6-4,6-4, 6-4. RogerFederer(2)t Switzerland,def. DamirDzumhur, Bosnia-Herzegovina,6-4,6-3, 6-2. StanWawrinka (8), Switzerland,def. SteveJohnson, UnitedStates,6-4,6-3, 6-2. Gilles Simon(12), France,def. NicolasMahut, France,6-2,6-7(6),6-7(6),6-3, 6-1. TomasBerdych(4), CzechRepublic, def. Benoit Paire,France,6-1,6-7(5), 6-3,6-4. Jo-WilfriedTsonga(14), France,def. Pablo Andujar, Spain,7-6(3),6-4,6-3. GaelMonfils(13),France,def.Pablo Cuevas(21), Uruguay,4-6,7-6(1),3-6,6-4,6-3. Women Third Round Alize Cornet(29), France,def. MirjanaLucic-Baroni, Croatia,4-6,6-3, 7-5. Ana Ivanovi(7), c Serbia, def. DonnaVekic, Croatia, 6-0, 6-3. Elina Svitolina(19), Ukraine,def. AnnikaBeck, Germany,6-3,2-6,6-4. EkaterinaMakarova(9), Russia,def. ElenaVesnina, Russia,6-2,6-4. LucieSafarova(13), CzechRepublic, def. Sabine Lisicki (20),Germany, 6-3, 7-6(2). GarbineMuguruza(21), Spain,def. Angelique Kerber (11),Germany,4-6, 6-2,6-2. MariaSharapova(2), Russia,def.SamStosur(26), Australia,6-3, 6-4. FlaviaPennetta (28), Italy,def. Carla SuarezNavarro (8),Spain,6-3,6-4.

TENNIS: FRENCH OPEN

ied in a comic book. The other

had 38 seconds sliced off his overall lead in the 19th stage of theGiro d'Italia on Friday, although theSpaniard remainedwell on course for the title. Italian rival Fabio Aru wonthe mountain stage with a late breakaway andmovedback into second place overall, 4 minutes, 37 seconds behind Contador entering today's final mountain stage bet/2 hours over fore Sunday's flat finish in Milan. Aru required nearly 6 the147-mile leg from GravellonaToce to Cervinia, which included three major climbs, including an uphill finish.

TENNIS

IN THE BLEACHERS

Open center court verged on art.

The canvas for Federer's strokes, the backhand as

NL1 Djokovic facesteenKokIdnakis PARIS — Thenext player facing Novak Djokovic as heseeks to win the FrenchOpenfor the first time is an opponent he hasnever played before. Thanasi Kokkinakis, who turned19 last month, is one of two teenagers looking to reach the fourth round. The 84th-ranked Australian hasneverwon atitle, while Djokovic has 53 so far in his career — including five this year. It will be a tall order today for the 6-foot-5 Kokkinakis. The top-ranked Serbwill need to test his right leg, after he slipped and hurt his hip in his second-round win against Gilles Muller on Thursday. — The Associated Press

smooth as a cat's paw and the

habit than need. But his road steepens from here.

"I'mnot always as relaxed as

one might think," Federer said.

"Because there's a iot to play for." DzLImhur was Mt unknown

for Federer, since they'd not played before. But Federer is very familiar with Gael Monfils, whom he plays next for the fourth time at the French. Mon-

fils advanced 4-6, 7-6 (1), 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 against Pablo Cuevas. Monfils is making a habit of five-setters at the French: this

forehand with cradde and

for a 33-year-old. was his 13th in 10 years. "I'm a phoenix," he said. Federeris too respectfulof man to play at a major tour- win put Federer into the last 16 opponents to say such a thing, But the Frenchman, seeded nament, idolizes the 17-time for the 11th consecutive year at but there were times against 13th, has yet to beat Federer Grand Slam champion. He the only major tournament he Dzumhur where the m atch here. If Monfils cannot unhad to pinch himself as they hasn't won multiple times. looked more like a sparring lock that riddle, Federer will warmed up in a chilly breeze Even after t h ree r ounds session to prepare him for later, be looking at a quarterfinal for their t h ird-round match without dropping a set, it tougher rounds. The young- against either another FrenchFriday. would be premature to froth er Bosnian grunted from the man, 12th- seeded Gilles Si"Strange feeling," Dzumhur about Federer's chances of pro- exertion of trying to keep up; mon, or eighth-seeded Stan said later. "Like I'm dreaming." viding a twin for his solitary Federer made no sound. Af- Wawrinka. But Federer hitting this well French Open title, in 2009. But ter serving out the first set, he Those twins might want to was nightmare. He gave Dz- he is moving well, and not just wiped his brow more out of take a look. pop, was Damir DzLtmhLtr. The 23-year-old, the first Bosytian

Umhur just 1 hour, 29 minutes of his time. The 6-4, 6-3, 6-2


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ARLINGTON,Texas —Josh Hamilton homered in his first two SEATTLE —Taijuan Walker got at-bats, his first homers since he his first win since April 27, and belatedly began his major league Seth Smith hit a two-run home run seasonthisweekbackwithTexas. to lead Seattle, which has homered in eight straight gamesand Boston Texas 13 of its past14.

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MILWAUKEE — Nick Ahmed hit a

jols had his 530th career homer among three hits, and Hector Santiago pitched three-hit ball into the eighth inning to lead LosAngeles.

tiebreaking solo home run in the eighth inning, andA.J. Pollock hit a two-run shot in the ninth to lift Arizona, which ended athreegame losing streak.

SAN DIEGO — Derek Norris hit a grand slam with two outs in the

Detroit

Los Angeles

bottom of the ninth to lift San Di-

ego, which snappedPittsburgh's season-hi gh,seven-game winning streak.

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O.Perez 0 0 0 0 1 0 Watson 1 1 0 0 0 0 Reds 5, Nationais 2 0-0),4:15p.m. 12-3 1 0 0 0 2 Scahill L,1-3 T—2:59.A—38,176 (48,114). ReedW,2-2 2-3 1 4 0 2 0 Detroit (Greene 4-3) at LA. Angels(Weaver 3-4), White Sox 6, Astros 3 (11 inn.j ZieglerS,3-5 1 1 1 1 0 0 San Diego 7:05 p.m. CINCINNATI —Washington's Milwaukee Shields 6 6 2 2 2 6 Orioies 2, Rays1 N.Y. Yankees (Eovaldi 4-1) at Oakland(Hahn2-4), Nelson 6 7 4 4 0 8 Garces 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Stephen Strasburg left after only 7:05 p.m. HOUSTON —GeovanySoto hita Jeffress 1 0 0 0 2 1 Thayer 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Cleveland(Marcum1-0) atSeattle(Elias2-1), 7:10p.m. go-ahead, two-run double in the 16 pitches because of astiff neck, BroxtonL,1-2 1 1 1 1 0 1 Benoit BALTIMORE — J.J. Hardy drove 1 0 0 0 1 2 Sunday'sGames Knebel 2 -3 3 2 2 1 1 and Zack Cozart had three hits as Goforth KimbrelW,1-1 1 0 0 0 0 2 11th inning to lift Chicago. Gordon in the winning run with two outs Tampa Bayat Baltimore,10:35 a.m. 13 0 0 0 0 1 HBP —byShields(Kang). WP—Shields.PB —Cerveli. Chicago WhiteSoxat Houston,11;10a m. Cincinnati rallied with a three-run O.Perezpitchedto1batter in the7th. Beckham led off the eighth inning in the ninth inning, Chris Davis T—3:16. A—28,317(41,164). TorontoatMinnesota,11:10a.m. HBP —by Nelson (Saltalamacchia, Inciarte). WPsixth. for the White Sox with a home run homered and Bal t imore extended Kansas CityatChicagoCubs,11:20a.m. Nelson.PB—Centeno. Bostonat Texas, 12:05p.m. T—3:23.A—34,276 (41,900). Rockies 4, Phiiiies1 to center field to tie the gameat 3. Tampa Bay's losing streak to six Washington Cincinnati N.Y.YankeesatOakland,1:05p.m. games. StevenSouzaJr. homered ab r hbi ab r hbi Cleveland atSeattle,1:10 p.m. Chicago Houston PHILADELPHIA — Chad Bettis Spancf 4 0 1 0 Cozartss 5 0 3 1 Giants 4, Braves 2 Detroit atL.A.Angels, 5:05p.m. for the Rays, whohavelost their ab r hbi ab r hbi Dsmndss 5 0 2 1 Votto1b 4 1 1 1 retired the first18 batters and took Eatoncf 4 1 1 0 Springrrf 4 0 0 0 past three games in the ninth or YEscor3b 5 0 2 0 Frazier3b 4 1 2 1 NATIONALLEAGUE SAN FRANCISCO — Buster Posey a no-hitter into the eighth inning Mecarrlf 6 0 0 0 Altuve2b 4 1 2 0 H arperrf 4 0 1 0 Brucerf 3 0 0 0 10th inning. East Division hit a two-run homer in the first Zmrmn1b 5 1 1 0 B.Penac 3 0 1 0 for Colorado. 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AIRmrzss 5 1 1 0 Valuen3b 5 0 0 0 MTaylrlf 2 1 0 0 Hooverp 0 0 0 0 Atlanta 23 25 .479 5 Kiermrcf 4 0 0 0 MMchd3b 4 0 0 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi Strasrgp 0 0 0 0 Achpmp 0 0 0 0 Miami 19 30 .388 9'/z G illaspi3b 2 0 1 0 Villarss 4 0 2 0 J Butlerdh 4 0 0 0 Sniderrf 4 0 2 0 BBarnscf-If 4 0 0 0 Revererf 4 1 0 0 Jordanp 3 0 1 0 DeSclfnp 2 0 1 0 Atlanta San Franci s co Philadelphia 19 31 .380 10 GBckhph-3b 2 1 1 2 Congerc 5 0 0 0 Longori3b 3 0 1 0 Ecarerpr 0 1 0 0 LeMahi2b 4 00 0 Galvisss 4 0 0 0 Shuckrf 3 0 0 0 Mrsnckcf 4 0 0 0 Barrettp 0 0 0 0 Phiffipsph 0 0 0 1 ab r hbi ab r hbi Central Division DeJesslf 4 0 2 0 Paredsdh 4 0 0 0 4 2 4 2 utley2b 4 0 0 0 Treinenp 0 0 0 0 Ju.Diazp 0 0 0 0 P etersn2b 4 0 1 0 Aokilf 3 0 0 0 Tlwtzkss W L Pct GB Flowrsc-1b 5 0 0 0 Forsyth2b 3 0 0 0 A.Jonescf 4 0 0 0 CGnzlzrf 3 1 1 0 Howard1b 4 0 0 0 Roertsn p 0 0 0 0 ugglaph 0 0 0 0 Cingrnp 0 0 0 0 Maybincf 4 0 2 1 Panik2b 3 2 1 0 St. Louis 32 16 .667 SouzJrrf 4 1 1 1 C.Davis1b 3 1 2 1 Arenad 3b 4 0 0 0 Franco 3b 4 0 0 0 2b 4 1 1 0 Thrntnp 0 0 0 0 Negron2b 1 0 0 0 F Frmn1b 4 1 1 1 Pencerf 4 0 0 0 Chicago 25 22 .532 6r/r CSnchz 3 0 0 0 JHardyss 4 0 1 1 W Rosr1b 3 0 0 0 Aschelf 3 0 1 0 Totals 41 6 9 5 Totals 4 0 3 102 Acarerss BHmltn cf 4 1 1 1 M arkksrf 3 0 0 0 Poseyc 4 2 2 3 Pittsburgh 25 23 .521 7 E lmore1b 4 0 1 0 Loughlf 3 0 1 0 Totals 3 6 2 102 Totals 3 3 5 115 Paulsn1b 1 1 1 2 OHerrrcf 3 0 0 0 C Jhnsn3b 4 0 0 0 Belt1b 3 0 0 0 H undlyc 4 0 1 0 Ruizc Cincinnati 20 27 .426 11'I~ Chicago 081 010 010 BS — 6 Riverac 3 0 0 0 Josephc 3 0 0 0 3010 Washing ton Bgg 811 Ogg — 2 Przynsc 3 0 0 0 Bcrwfrss 4 0 2 1 Milwaukee 16 33 ,327 I Br/r Houston OBB 102 000 gg — 3 Flahrty2b 2 0 0 0 Ynoalf 3 0 0 0 ABlancpr 0 0 0 0 E—Me.cabrera(1), Abreu(4), Conger(2). DP—Chi- Totals 3 2 1 5 1 Totals 3 12 6 2 Cincinnati 1gg B B S 1gx— 6 Bthncrtpr 0 0 0 0 Pagancf 4 0 1 0 West Division lckmncf 0 0 0 0 Ruppc 0 0 0 0 —Chicago 11, Houston8. 28—Soto (3), Tampa DP — Washington 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Wash- Cnghmlf 4 0 0 0MDuff y3b 3 0 1 0 B W L Pct GB cago 1.LOB Bay 8 1 0 BOO Bgg — 1 ington13, Bettisp 2 0 0 0 Hamelsp 2 0 0 0 AI.Ramirez(11),Tucker2(7), Vilar(4). HR —G.Beckham Baltimore Cincinnati 8. 2B—Zimmerman(12), W.Ra- ASmnsss 3 1 2 0 THudsnp 2 0 0 0 SanFrancisco 30 20 .600 B O O BOO 181 — 2 A xfordp 0 0 0 0 Rufph 1000 —Shuck(1), Vilar (2).SF—G.Beckham,Carter. mos(7), Schumaker(7). HR—Votto(8), Frazier (15). Fltynwp 2 0 0 0 GBlancph 1 0 0 0 Los Angeles 28 19 596 '/2 (3). CS outswhenwinning runscored. LGarcip 0 0 0 0 IP H R E R BBSO Two SB — B .H a m il t on (19). SF — P hil l i p s. Avilanp 0 0 0 0 Strcklnp 0 0 0 0 SanDiego 24 26 .480 6 LOB— TampaBay7,Baltimore5.HR— SouzaJr. Totals 32 4 7 4 Totals 3 21 2 0 Arizona IP H R E R BBSO uribeph 1 0 0 0 Maxwffph 1 0 0 0 22 25 468 6'/2 Chicago Colorado 101 000 802 — 4 s CS—Lough(2). Rodon 61-3 8 3 1 0 4 (8), C.Davi(12). Washington JiJhnsnp 0 0 0 0 Casiffap 0 0 0 0 Colorado 20 26 .435 8 IP H R E R BBSO P hiladelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 801 —1 D.Webb 12-3 1 0 0 0 3 Strasburg 1 2 1 1 1 0 Totals 32 2 6 2 Totals 3 2 4 7 4 E—Tulowitzki (5), B.Barnes(1). DP—Philadelphia 11-3 0 0 0 3 2 TampaBay Friday's Games Putnam Jordan L,0-1 423 6 3 3 2 1 Atlanta 081 Ogg 001 — 2 Karns 6 1 0 0 2 7 1. LOB —Colorado3, Philadelphia4. HR—Tulowitzki Kansas City8, ChicagoCubs4 Da.JenningsW,1-1 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 San Francisco 2BB Ogg 02x — 4 BS,2-3 1 2 1 1 0 0 Barrett Colorado 4, Philadelphia 1 RobertsonS,10-13 1 1 0 0 0 1 Jepsen 1 2 1 1 0 0 DP — Atlanta 1,SanFrancisco 1. LOB—Atlanta5, 2(4),Paulsen(2). McGee 1 0 0 0 0 1 Treinen IP H R E R BBSO Miami 4,N.Y.Mets3 Houslon 1 0 0 0 0 0 SanFrancisco8. 2B—Posey(5). HR—FFreeman(6), Colorado B.Gomes L,1-2 2 - 3 1 1 1 0 1 Thornton 41-3 5 2 1 2 7 Cincinnati 5,Washington2 Mccullers Cincinnati Posey (8). SB — P anik ( 2), B. c rawf o rd (3). 0 1 0 0 0 0 BettisW,2-0 8 2 0 0 0 7 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Cedeno Arizona7,Milwaukee5 Thatcher 8 2 2 2 1 IP H R E R BBSO Axford 0 1 0 0 0 0 DeSclafaniW,3-4 6 1 0 1 0 0 1 11-3 0 0 0 0 0 Geltz St. Louis3,L.A. Dodgers0 W.Harris Ju.DiazH,3 2-3 1 0 0 0 2 Atlanta Baltimore Philadelphia SanDiego6, Pittsburgh2 NeshekH,13 1 0 0 0 0 2 Mi.Gonzale z CingraniH,4 1 0 0 0 3 1 FoltynewiczL,3-2 62-3 5 2 2 1 8 HamelsL,5-4 8 3 1 1 0 6 8 5 2 2 1 9 SanFrancisco4, Atlanta2 QuallsBS,2-6 1 1 1 1 0 0 O'DayW,1-0 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Avilan 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 LGarcia 1 2 0 0 0 2 HooverH,1 1 2 2 2 1 0 Today'sGames Gregerson 1 0 0 0 1 2 A.chapman S ,B -B 1 1 0 0 0 2 Ji Johnson 1 2 2 2 2 0 WP — Axford. pitchedto1batter inthe9th. Colorado(J.DeLaRosa1-2) at Philadelphia(Harang Fields L,2-1 11-3 0 1 1 2 1 Cedeno S trasburg pi t ched to1 bat t er i n the 2n d. San Franci s co T — 2: 3 2. A — 22,227 (43 , 6 51). pitched to1batter in the9th. 4-4),12:05p.m. Sipp 2-3 3 2 2 0 1 Geltz BP—byCingrani(Harper). WP—Jordan,Ju.Diaz. T.HudsonW3-4 7 5 1 1 0 4 HBP —by Mi.Gonzalez (Longoria, A.cabrera), by H Arizona(Hellickson2-3) at Milwaukee(Lohse3-5), HBP—byMccuffers (Eaton,Eaton). PB—Flowers. T—3:02. A—28,877(42,319). StricklandH,2 1 0 0 0 0 1 O' D ay (Forsyt h e). 1:10 p.m. T—4:08. A—25,957(41,574). C asilla S,15-17 1 1 1 1 2 1 Interleague T—2:43.A—45,505(45,971). Miami(Koehler3-3)atN.Y.Mets(Niese3-5),1:10 p.m. HBP— byJi.Johnson(M.Duff y).WP— Foltynewicz2. Cardinals 3, Dodgers 0 Washington (G.Gonzalez4-2) atCincinnati (R.lglesias T—2:36.A—41,311 (41,915). Athletics 6, Yankees2 1-1),1:10p.m. Royals 8, Cubs4 Biue Jays 6, Twins 4 KansasCity (Ven tura 3-4) atChicagoCubs(Wada ST. LOUIS —John Lackeyworked Marlins 4, Mets 3 0-0),4;15p.m. OAKLAND, Calif.— Sonny Gray seven scoreless innings andSt. CHICAGO — Lorenzo Cain hit a MINNEAPOLIS —Chris Colabello L.A. Dodgers(Frias 3-2) atSt. Louis(Wacha 7-0), retired11 straight after walking 4:15 p.m. Louis ended MikeBolsinger's tiebreaking RBI double andscored hit two-run tiebreaking homer NEW YORK — Mi a mi rookie JusAtlanta (W.P erez 0-0) at SanFrancisco(Lincecum Brett Gardner to lead off the game, in the ninth inning, andToronto streak of18'/5 consecutive score- tin Bour hit a three-run homer, and in a three-run eighth, and Kansas 5-2), 7:05 p.m. lessinnings.LosAngeleshas Pittsburgh(Morton1-0)at SanDiego(T.Ross 2-4), and Oakland wonfor the fifth time stopped Minnesota's five-game the Marlins stopped athree-game City snapped afour-game skid. in seven games. Brian McCann 7:10 p.m. winning streak. Mark Buehrle been shut out four straight times skid while extending Matt HarSunday'sGames ended the streak with a leadoff on the road. allowed four runs in the first but vey's winless streak to five starts. KansasCityab r hbi Chicago ab r hbi Miami atN.Y.Mets,10:10 a.m. home run in the fifth — his fourth Washington atCincinnati,10:30a.m. AEscorss 5 1 2 2 Fowlercf 5 0 0 0 recovered for his second complete Los Angeles After the game,NewYork said it Coloradoat Philadelphia,10;35 a.m. St. Louis Mostks 3b 4 1 0 0 Bryant 3b 4 0 2 1 in four games, andAlex Rodriguez game this season. Arizona at Milwaukee,11;10 a.m. worried that Harvey — coming ab r hbi ab r hbi L.caincf 4 2 3 1 Rizzo1b 3 0 1 0 extended his hitting streak to13. LA. 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AtlantaatSanFrancisco,1:05 p.m. New York Oakland ab r h bi ab r h bi HKndrc 2b 4 0 1 0 JhPerlt ss 3 1 2 1 A Gordnlf 4 1 1 1 Solerrf 4 1 1 2 PittsburghatSanDiego, 6:10p.m. ab r hbi ab r hbi Reyesss 5 1 2 1 Dozier2b 4 1 1 0 A Gnzlz1b 4 0 1 0 Grichklf 3 0 1 1 I nfante2b 4 0 1 0 Lakelf 3000 Gardnrlf 3 0 1 1 Burnscf 5 1 2 0 Dnldsn 3b 5 1 2 3 SRonsn If 4 1 1 0 JuTrnr3b 4 0 2 0 Rynlds1b 4 0 1 0 Miami New York Orlandrf 4 0 0 0 Arrietap 2 0 0 0 Headly3b 4 0 0 0 Semienss 4 1 1 0 Bautistdh 3 0 1 0 Mauer1b 4 1 1 1 E thierrf 4 0 0 0 Molinac 4 0 1 0 ab r hbi ab r hbi Volquezp 2 0 0 0 Coghlnph 1 000 History ARdrgz dh 4 0 1 0 Parrino ss 1 0 0 0 Encrnc 1b 4 0 1 0 Plouffe 3b 4 0 1 0 D Gordn2b 4 1 1 0 Grndrsrf 4 1 1 1 Guerrrlf 3 0 0 0 Heywrdrf 3 0 1 0 M adsonp 0 0 0 0 Stropp 0 0 0 0 THIS DATE IN BASEBALL BMccnc 4 1 1 1 Zobrist2b 4 1 0 1 S moak 1b 0 0 0 0 TrHntrrf 4 1 1 1 Nicasiop 0 0 0 0 Bourioscf 4 0 0 0 Prado3b 3 1 1 1 Teiada3b 4 1 2 0 KMorlsph 1 0 1 0 JRussllp 0 0 0 0 Beltranrf 4 0 1 0 BButlerdh 3 1 1 1 RuMrtnc 3 1 0 0 KSuzukc 3 0 1 1 Stantonrf 4 0 0 0 Duda1b 4 1 1 1 PRdrgzp 0 0 0 0 Lackeyp 2 0 0 0 KHerrrp 0 0 0 0 Grimmp 0 0 0 0 MaySg G Jones1b 4 0 1 0 Vogt1b 3 1 2 2 Colaefflf 4 1 1 2 Edfscrdh 2 0 0 1 Effi sc 3 0 0 0 Eas leyph 1 0 0 0 Bour1b 4 1 1 3 DnMrp2b 4 0 1 1 WDavisp 0 0 0 0 EJcksnp 0 0 0 0 1894 — Boston'sRobert Lowebecame the first Drew2b 4 0 0 0 Lawrie3b 4 1 1 2 C arrerrf 4 0 1 0 Hickscf 3 0 0 0 ABarnsc 0 0 0 0 Siegristp 0 0 0 0 Ozunacf 4 0 0 0 Cuddyrlf 4 0 1 0 JDysonph 1 1 1 0 Baxterph 1 0 0 0 player inMajor Leaguehistory to hitfour homerunsin CYoung cf 3 0 0 0 Reddckrf 3 0 0 0 Pillarcf 4 2 2 0 DSantnss 3 0 0 0 Yelichlf 4 0 1 0 WFlorsss 4 0 0 0 B olsngrp 2 0 0 0 Jayph 10 1 0 GHffndp 0 0 0 0ARussll2b 4 2 2 1 Gregrsss 2 1 1 0 Pheglyc 4 0 3 0 Goins2b 4 0 1 0 Real m tc 4 0 0 0 Lagarscf 2 0 0 0 agame,leadingtheBeaneatersto a20-11winover CinHowellp 0 0 0 0 Rosnthlp 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 7 8 116 Totals 3 5 4 8 4 cinnati.Afterhitting fourstraighthomers, Loweaddeda C anhalf 4 0 0 0 Totals 36 6 11 6 Totals 3 1 4 6 4 Hchvrrss 3 1 1 0 Plawckc 3 0 0 0 Heiseylf 1 0 0 0 K ansas Cit y 1 1 0 1 0 1 831 — 8 single to setamajor leaguerecordwith17 total bases. F uldlf 0 0 0 0 Toronto 810 830 BB2 — 6 Totals 32 0 6 0 Totals 3 3 3 102 Harenp 2 0 1 0 Harveyp 2 0 0 0 Chicago 0 01 002 100 — 4 1922 —Betweenthemorningandafternoongames Totals 32 2 6 2 Totals 3 5 6 10 6 Minnesota 400 BOO Bgg — 4 SDysonp 0 0 0 0 Cecilinph 1 0 0 0 Los Angeles Bgg Bgg Ogg — 8 E—E.Jackson(1),Fowler(1). DP—Chicago2. LOBof a Mem orial Daytwin bill, MaxFlackof theChica- New York 000 0 1 1 BOO — 2 E—Reyes (2). DP—Toronto 1, Minnesota 1. St. Louis ARamsp 0 0 0 0 CTorrsp 0 0 0 0 181 B g g1 gx — 3 KansasCity 5, Chicago6. 2~.cain (9), Hosmer(12), 004 000 82x — 6 LOB —Toronto 5, Minnesota1. 28—Reyes (7), DonE—Ju.Turner (3). DP—LosAngeles1, St.Louis1. Totals 3 2 4 6 4 Totals 3 23 6 3 Bryant(6),A.Ru go Cubs wastraded tothe St.Louis Cardinals forCliff Oakland ssel(12). HR—A.Escobar(2), S.Perez(6), E—Headley (11). DP—Oakland 1. LOB —New aldson(14), Pilar (11), Dozier(14),TorHunter (9). LOB —LosAngeles 6, St. Louis11.28—Rollins (8), Miami Heath cote.Theyplayedonegameforeachteam. Ogg 318 000 — 4 A.Gordon(6), Soler(4), A.Russeg(4).SB—L.cain(9). 1936 —BabeRuthmadehislast major leagueap- York 5, Oakland8. 28—Gregorius (5), Burns(4), HR—Donaldson(14), Colabelo(4). CS —D.Santana Wong(10), Jh.Peralta2 (15), Grichuk(7), Heyward N ew York OB B 1 8 1 001 — 8 IP H R E R BBSO DP —Miami1. LOB —Miami 3, NewYork3. 2Bpearance.Heplayedoneinning fortheBoston Braves B.Butler(9), Vogt(6), Phegley (2). HR —B.Mccann (3). SF —Edu.Escobar. (10). SB —Wong (4), M.carpenter (1). CS—ReynKansasCity IP H R E R BBSO olds (1). againstthePhiladelphia Philies. JimBivin retiredBabe (8), Lawrie (4). Dan.Murphy(12),Cuddyer(6). HR —Bour(4), Grand- Volquez 52-3 6 3 3 1 9 IP H R E R BBSO Toronto Ruth on aninfield grounderin theBabes' final major IP H R E R BBSO erson(6),Duda(9).SB—D.Gordon(20). S—Haren. MadsonH,5 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 league at-bat. New York BuehrleW,6-4 9 6 4 4 0 3 Los Angeles IP H R E R BBSO K.HerreraW,1-1 BS,1-1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1948 —Carl Hubbell oftheNewYorkGiantsthrew CapuanoL,0-3 5 1 - 3 6 4 3 2 4 Minnesota BolsingerL,3-1 6 7 2 2 3 3 Miami W.DavisH,4 1 0 0 0 0 3 12-3 1 0 0 0 3 May 1-3 0 1 0 1 0 HarenW,5-2 87 pitches in a7-0 one-hitter againsttheBrooklyn E.Rogers 6 8 4 4 1 5 Howell 7 4 2 2 1 4 G.Holland 1 0 0 0 0 2 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Nicasio 1 1-3 1 0 0 1 1 Dodgers. He facedthe minimum27 baters. Johnny Lindgren 1 3 2 2 1 1 Pressly S.DysonH,3 1 0 0 0 0 1 Chicago 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 PRodriguez Hudson, whosingled, wascaught stealing. Oakland Duensing 1-3 2 0 0 0 0 A.RamosS,3-5 1 2 1 1 0 2 Arrieta 7 8 4 4 0 5 1977 —Cleveland'sDennisEckersleypitcheda1-0 GrayW,6-2 8 4 2 2 2 5 Fien 1 0 0 0 0 1 St. Louis New York StropL,1-3 1-3 1 3 1 2 1 no-hitteragainsttheCalifornia Angels. Fe Rodriguez 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 PerkinsL,0-1 1 - 3 3 2 2 1 0 LackeyW,3-3 7 5 0 0 1 9 HarveyL,5-3 8 6 4 4 1 11 J.Russell 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 1982 — Baltimore'Cal s RipkenJr. beganhis re- ClippardS,6-7 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 0 AThompson 13 0 0 0 0 0 SiegristH,7 1 1 0 0 0 2 C.Torres 1 0 0 0 0 1 Grimm 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 A.Ramos. cord conse cutivegamesstreakbystarting at third base WP—Gray. Stauffer 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 RosenthalS,14-15 1 0 0 0 0 0 WP — EJackson 1 2 1 0 1 0 againsttheTorontoBlueJays. T—2:49. A—23,540(35,067). T—2:15.A—24,509 (39,021). T—2:58. A—44,223(45,399). T—2:08.A—33,880 (41,922). T—3:09. A—34,273(40,929). Kansas City Minnesota Detroit Chicago Cleveland

Curry

he was. He didn't miss," said

Continued from C1 Curry has played in 416 NBA games. He has failed to

at Siena. "I thought, 'We can't stop him. That's a lottery pick.'

score just three times — one

game he did not start during his rookie season and two oth-

ers heleftearly because ofinjury. This season he was sixth in the league in scoring, averaging 23.8 points an outing and was held to single digits just twice.

Coaches have tried just about everything over the years, but none came up with

a game plan quite like former Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos in

the 2008 preseason National Invitation Tournament.

Curry had begun the 200809 season on a tear, notching

29 points in the opener, followed by 33, 44, 30 and 39. To make matters worse, Patsos

felt he had just eight players who were 100 percent healthy.

During warm-ups, Patsos knew he was in trouble. "I was surprised how good

sessionsbefore he realized Patsos, now the head coach what was happening. David-

he never let that enter into his

son called a t i meout three thinking." minutes into the game with the Harvey was one of two

He had so many weapons; he score tied 4-4 to discuss what Greyhounds escorting Curry handles the ball so well and was going on. Loyola then around the floor. That meant gets it off so fast. I knew there built its lead to 9-4 before a TV he spent a good chunk of that was no way we're beating timeout allowed Davidson to game far removed from the them if he puts up 30 points, so huddle again. basket, standing idle next to let's try something else." That is about the time Cur- one of the best players in colThat night Patsos came up ry made an adjustment of his lege basketball. "He handled it pretty well. with a plan, a modified tri- OW11. "He came to the bench and He didn't care about the points. angle-and-two, in which two defenders would shadow Cur- said, 'Coach, I'm just going to He was happy to be winning," ry everywhere and the oth- stand in the corner,'" McKillop Harvey said. er three Greyhound players recalled. Curry watched each play wouldbe tasked with guarding When play resumed, Cur- unfold from near th e h alfthe remaining four Davidson ry did just that, eliminating court line, showing no signs of players. himself from the action and frustration or anger. Instead, "We knew we were trying giving Davidson a four-on- his teammates scored and he something different," says three advantage. McKillop is cheered them. "That's when I thought, 'Oh Brett Harvey, a junior guard wistful thinking back to what on that Loyola team. "But no- that meant: "Just an incredi- no, we're in trouble," Patsos body in the country was able ble statement from a mature says. to stop him, so we had to try young man who putteam in Essentially operating on the something new." front of himself and put victory basketball equivalent of a powFollowing the opening tip, ahead of statistics," the coach er play, Curry's teammates Curry battled through a dou- sard. closed the first half with a 35-8 "He could'vebeen tempted rktn. At halftime, Patsos told ble-team and started his night with a missed two-point at- by the demon of ego," McKil- his players it might be time to tempt. It took a couple of pos- lop continued. "His scoring av- try something else. There was

decided to stick with their plan. "And that was basically zt,"

Patsos says. "Game over." Davidson won the game 78-48. By not scoring a single point and accepting a diminished offensive role, Curry actually helped his team win. His final line: 0-for-3 from the field

"I'm still to this day mystified why a coach would do that," he says. "I just can't believe a coach would sacrifice his team like that." Harvey does not talk about

the game often. He might mention that he once faced Curry

but does not usually divulge assists. the details. "It would've been fun to see Patsos was quoted in an Associated Press report after the how I stacked up against him," game saying history would not he says. "But stopping him, it's remember that Loyola lost as tough — a guy who can shoot

with threerebounds and three

much as it would remember

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in the NBAhave either."

Patsos said he probably would try something differhim," Patsos says today. "I ent today. He is just not sure didn't. Make no mistake, he the end result would be that outsmarted us. He was happy different. "I was right," he said with a to pass. Never complained, a true gentlemen. My hat's off to chuckle. "I told everyone how him." good he was. I told everyone he McKillop still does not like can't be stopped."


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NHL PLAYOFFS

Lightning blankRangers,reachfinal The Associated Press NEW YORK — The only

history the Tampa Bay Lightning were interested in was what they would create. Such as handing the New York Rangers their f irst Game 7 loss at Madison Square Garden, which they

SUiRMI

did Friday night with their

second straight 2-0 road victory behind Ben Bishop's 22 saves. Such as heading to their second Stanley Cup final, where they will play Chicago or Anaheim, which will decide the Western Conference

ing forward to getting out there again." scoring first in this postseaThe Lightning, who won son, which they did when the Cup in 2004 in a seventh Alex Killorn slipped a back- game over Calgary, allowed hander under Henrik Lund- only four goals in as many qvist early in the third period. games at the Garden. "For whatever reason that B ishop, pulled from a Game 6 loss after allowing was probably the most calm five goals, did much of the Game 7I' ve everbeen a part rest, and Ondrej Palat iced it of," Lightning captain Stewith 8:43 to go. ven Stamkos said. "And not "I felt pretty confident in just for me, but on the bench. this building," said Bishop, Going into the third, we were who sure looked it after be- just loose. "We knew we were playing ing so shaky Tuesday night. "We've done well against the game the right way, we them all year. I was just look- knew were going to get one." title tonight.

Such as going 9-0 when

Ryan Brennecke /The Bulletin

Summit's Troy Viola celebrates with his team after defeating North Eugene in a Class 5A state playoffs quarterfinal game in Bend on Friday.

Storm

COLLEGE BASEBALLROUNDUP

and making it happen. I'm G arcia finished with t w o very proud of them. Their ap- hitsand scored three runs for proach has been very good." the Storm, while Troy Viola

Continued from C1 "He came in and saved his In the fourth, the Storm own game," Embree said. "It's mixed things up and opened hard to get a win and a save in the inning with four straight the same game." hits, including an RBI triple

Oregon State's Joey Jansen cel-

and Cal Waterman each had two hits and an RBI. Dylan

ebrates with

in two runs for Summit, which

Elliott Cary (9) after scoring

by Jason Garcia. Those three

looks to shake off a shaky fin-

the winning

six over six innings for Sum- runs proved to be the differmit (24-3) before fanning an- ence, as Summit moves on to

ish to an otherwise dominant quarterfinal win.

eighth inning

Scott the starter struck out other hitter in the seventh and

the semifinals for the first time

allowing the Storm to escape since advancing to the state fiwith the win. "I think it j ust makes us

stronger as a team, honestly," Scott said of the close-call victory. "We probably would have come out a

l i t tle t oo

hot-headed if we just won 8-1. It really shows that we have

composure." As they did in their firstround win over Crater two

days earlier, the Storm once again displayed a never-say-

nal in 2012.

Albertazzi doubled and drove

run during the

"We reload," Embree instructed. "We go back to the

against Texas at the Dallas Regional of the NCAA

basics and start fresh."

"They're being patient and making it happen. ... Their approach (at the plate) has been very good.

The Storm may need all the firepower they can mus-

tournament

ter Tuesday when they travel

Friday. Oregon State won 5-4.

to Hillsboro to take on topranked Liberty, which defeated Bend High 14-3 on Friday. The Falcons (25-2) have lost just once in their past 21 games and are 19-0 against

— Storm coach Alan Embree 5A competition. Those numbers do not faze Scott, however — not after the

North Eugene's Tommy offensive exhibition the Storm on as all five of Summit's runs Ahlstrom belted a solo home put on Friday. "If we come out hot with our in the first and second innings run in the third inning and came across with two outs. finished with two hits and an bats," Scott said, "no one is "They're not getting antsy," RBI. Dane Stapley and Mor- stopping us." Embree observed of his hit- ris each had two hits for the — Reporter: 541-383-0307, ters. "They're being patient Highlanders. glucas@bendbulletin.com. die attitude at the plate early

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Beavers o en tourne wit vido over Texas The Associated Press DALLAS — Kyle Nobach

Lava Bears Continued from C1 Creighton Simmonds was

hit a tiebreaking double in In the top of the fifth and trailing 12-0, the Lava Bears seemed to find life as Sim-

was shut out the rest of the

the eighth inning Friday to lift

way as Liberty pulled away

Oregon State to a 5-4 victory

with the quarterfinal victory.

over Texas in the first round of the NCAA tournament's

2-for-3 for th e L ava B ears and Himes followed with an

"Extremely proud of our kids," Randall said. "They con-

(19-10), Cameron Himes had RBI single.

tinued to battle throughout....

two hits and Justin Parsons

That kind of exemplifies who Bend High as a community is."

doubled.

Lacrosse Continued from C1 After the Lava Bears cut

the deficit to two scores in the fourth, the Lions scored three

unanswered goals to seal the win and advance to the semifinals.

monds scored on a passed ball Mario Mora then drove in a run with one out, but Bend

Dallas Regional. Nobach also singled home a run in the fourth inning to give the Beavers (39-17-1) a2-1 lead. Texas (30-26) then trailed u ntil Brooks Marlow hit a t wo-run home ru n i n t h e

eighth against starter Andrew Moore to pull the Longhorns

Sistersfalls inCascadeCup SISTERS —Sisters took an early third-quarter lead against Canby in the CascadeCupquarterfinals, but the Outlaws gave up eight straight goals to endthe gameand lost12-6. Sisters held a 6-4 lead after five minutes in the third quarter. Tyler Headhad eight goals for the Outlaws, while goalie MaxKahnt had 12saves.

Chance Beutler led t he an assist, while goalie Nikos scored a goal and had two four goals. Cade Hinderlider Skoufos was credited wit h as s i sts, and Eli Pite netted a pitched in with two goals and seven saves. Cohl Johnston goal.

way for the Lava Bears with

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into a 4-4 tie.

Center fielder Zane Gurwitz took a home run away from t h e B e avers' C aleb

Class 6A State playoffs Quarlerfinals Friday's Games No. t Clackama s7, No.24Oregon City 6 No. 4Sheldon20, No.5Beaverton7 No. 6WestLinn2, No.3Central Catholic 1 No.7McMinnvile 3, No.2North Medford 1 semistnals Tuesday'sGames No.4SheldonatNo.1Clackamas No. 7McMinnville atNo.6 West Linn Championship Friday,June6at VolcanoesStadiuminKeizer Class 5A State playofls Qttatterfinals Friday's Games No.1Liberty14,No.BBend3 No.4Summit8,No.5NorthEugene6 No. 14Pendleton8, No.6CrescentValley3 No. 7HoodRiverValley4, No.15Putnam0 North Eugene 001 000 5 — 6 11 2 Summit 320 300 x — 8 10 3 Bend Liberly

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Class3A State playoffs Guarlerlittals Friday's Games No.1 Cascade Christian 9, No.8 SIanfield/Echo 6 No. 4Glide3, No.5HorizonChristian (Tualatin) 1 No. 3Clatskanie6,No.u Rainier2 No. 2SantiamChristian 5, No.10 St.Mary's1 SemIfittals Tttes day' sGames No. 4Glideat No.1CascadeChristian No. 3ClatskanieatNo.2SantiamChristian Championship Thursday,June5at VolcanoesStadiumin Keizer Class 2A/1A State playoffs Guarlerlittals Friday's Games No. 1Monroe/Alsea8,No.8 Pilot Rock/Nixyaawii 6 No. 4Burns8,No.5 Reedsport 6 No. 3Regis25, No.6North Douglas2 No. 2Knappa6, No.7Dufur 4 Semifinals

Tuesday'sGames No. 4BurnsatNo.1Monroe/Alsea No. 3Regisat No.2 Knappa Championship Thursday, June5at VolcanoesStadiumin Keizer

Softball

Semifittals

Tuesday'sGames No. 4Summit at No.1 Liberty No. 14Pendletonat No.7HoodRiver Valey Championship Friday,June6al VolcanoesStadiuminKeizer Class4A State playoffs Gttarterfinals Friday's Games No.t Henley6,No.8NorthBendo No. 4HiddenValley12, No.5Astoria10 No. 3Gladstone15,No.u NorthMarion 8 No. 10Scappoose13, No.15Molala 2 semistttals Tuesday'sGames No. 4HiddenValley atNo.1Henley No.10ScappooseatNo.3Gladstone Championship Friday,June6at VolcanoesStadiuminKeizer

Class 6A

Quarlerlittals

Friday's Games

No. 1Westview3, No.9West Salem2 No.12 Barlow3, No.20South Salem0

No. 3Grantspass5, No.u McNary0 No.2Tualatin5,No.23Reynolds0 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames No.12BarlowatNo.1Westview No. 3GrantsPassat No.2Tualatin Championship Friday,June6at OSUSoftball Complex Class5A State playoffs Guarlerlittals Fridat/'s Games No. 1Putnam4,No.8 St. Helens3 No.4Marislu,No.12Sandy8

Championship

Friday,June6at OSUSoftball Complex

Class4A State playotfs Ouarterlittals Friday's Games No.1 Banks 4 No9Scappoose1 No.12 Mazam a5, No. 4Newport 4 No. 3Yamhil-CaIlton 4, No.6Henley1 No.2McLoughlin4,No.10Douglas/CamasValley0 Semifinals Tttes day' sGames No.12MazamaatNo.tBanks No. 3Yamhil-Carlton atNo.2 McLoughlin Championship Friday,June6at OSUSoftball Complex

Class 3A State playotfs Ouarterlinals Friday's Games No. 1Dayton12,No.9 Echo/Stanfield 2(5innings) No. 5PleasantHil t, No. 4Taft0

No. 3Scio12, No.6Vale0(5 innings) No. 2Rainier2,No.7Harrisburg 1 Semifinals Tttes day' sGames No. 5PleasantHil atNo.1Dayton No. 3ScioatNo. 2Rainier Championship Thursday,June5at OSUSoftball Complex Class2/t/IA State playotfs Qttarterlinals Friday's Games No.1Union/Cove3,No.8NorthDouglas0 No. 5Weston-McEwen7, No.4Bonanza3 No. 3Pilot Rock/Nixyaawii 1,No.6 Knappa0 No. 2Central Linn8, No.7Gold Beach1 Semifinals Tttes day' sGames No.5Weston-McEwenatNo.1Union/Cove No. 3Pilot Rock/Nixyaawiiat No.2Central Linn Championship Thursday, June5at OSUSoftball Com plex

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Power setsrecordwith Belle Islepole The Associated Press

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MOTOR SPORTS ROUNDUP

DETROIT — Will Power

Baseball

Hamilton in the bottom of the seventh and started the tying

set a track qualifying record at Belle Isle, winning the

pole Friday for the first of this weekend's two IndyCar races. Power's time of 1 minute,

16.0941 seconds bested the previous mark of 1:16.1371

by Takuma Sato last year.

six previous starts at Belle

for the third time in the past

Isle. Last year, he started 16th when he won the opening IndyCar race in Detroit. In thesecond race,hestarted eighth and finished second. Also on Friday: Hamlin wins Dover pole: D OVER, D el. — Denny

six races here. Reddick wins Truck Series race: DOVER, Del. — Tyler

H amlin t u r ned a l a p o f 160.121 mph at Dover Inter-

Reddick took the lead with

seven laps left and held on to win the Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International S p e edway. Reddick passed Erik Jones to win for the second time

It was Power's 39th pole and third this season, but he

national Speedway to win

this season. Reddick also

his first pole of the season.

won the season opener at

had never qualified first in

Hamlin won the Dover pole Daytona.

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Mcllroy missesIrish Opencut onceagain The Associated Press NEWCASTLE, Northern

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71 at Royal County Down on

Friday. McIlroy, from Northern Ireland, also missed the cut

rain: IRVING, Texas — Jimmy Walker, Steven Bowditch Jon Curran share the sec-

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2015

BRIEFING Bank ofAmerica to pay QOM Bank of America agreed to pay$30 million to settle a U.S.regulator's claims that it failed

to comply with laws that protect military members from legalactions over unpaid loans. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said its order is also intended to fix deficiencies in thebank's procedures for litigating against consumers with outstanding debts and how it ensures that legal documents areaccurate, the agencysaid in a statement Friday. Bank of America must pay backabout 73,000 affected customers, according to theOCC statement.

Biofuel proposal released The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday releaseda much-delayed proposal governing theamount of biofuel that must be blended into conventional vehicle fuel, seeking to reduce thelevels specified in themandate but still require modest increases overthenext fewyears. The proposal, which would becomefinal by the end of November, would set levels for last year at what producers actually madebut increase thetotal volume of renewable fuel required by1.5 billion gallons, roughly 9 percent, bythe end of 2016. That still falls short of

themandatesetbyCongress, which hasbeen criticized asunrealistic. The announcementwhich seemed toplease few — represents the latest turn in theagency's beleagueredjourney since it beganrequiring increasing levels of ethanol to be incorporated into vehicle fuel under energy laws passedin 2005 and 2007. At that

time, American dependence onforeign oil was high, as wereprices. — From wire reports

a

e a com an movin o en

By Stephen Hamway

relocate with him to Bend.

The Bulletin

Cost of living and quality of life lured the Silicon Valley company Kollective Technology Inc. to Bend. CEO Dan Vetras said the

Sunnyvale, California-based cloud-computing firm will be moving part of its staff to the 1001 Tech Center in Bend at

the beginning of July. "It's pretty amazing to wake up in Bend, as opposed to Silicon Valley, quite honestly," Vetras said. Vetras said the company

employs around 60 people worldwide, including 35 in the

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lower costs as

now," Vetras said.

a major reason

Kollective has leased 4,000 square feet in the southwest corner of the building, though he acknowledged the company might outgrow the space,

for the move to

Central Oregon. Relative to the

Bay Area, he said, building and hiring costs in Bend were fairly reasonable. Additionally, he said Bend, as a smaller market, would generate less

competition for employees. A prior relationship with Dino Vendetti, general part-

ner at Seven Peaks Ventures and one of the founders of

speculated that about half of

1001 Tech Center, helped as welL Vetras said the two met in the Seattle area, where Vet-

the Silicon Valley staff would

ras lived for 18 years.

San Francisco Bay Area. He

of moving in. "It's just such a beautiful building, and it was built for technology," Vetras said. "It's like moving into a new,

Vetras said Kollective specializes in cloud software

that provides video services for companies, in the form of training programs and in-

tricked-out house, rather than

ter-office communications. It

something that's 10, 12 years old that would require a lot of

provides cloud-computing ser-

work."

Roger Lee, executive director of Economic Development for Central Oregon, helped faKollective is also the final cilitate the company's arrival major tenant for the 1001 Tech once Vendetti sold Vetras on Center, named for its location Central Oregon. He described at 1001 SW Emkay Drive. It the relocation as an "exciting will be sharing the space with validation for Bend's tech Pneuma33 Creative Agency, scene." "It's great to see a critical Five Talent and BendTech, which currently occupy the mass develop in Central Orspace, and Seven Peaks Venegon and elsewhere in the tures, which is in the process state," Lee said. as it plans to hire at least 10

people in the next year upon moving to Bend.

vices for Nestle, Fiat, American Airlines and others.

Vetras said he offered employees who were on the fence about relocating to Bend an opportunity to visit the city on the company's dime. He said most of the employees who took him up on the offer liked the region. "I think all of us just want to be part of the community," Vetras said. — Reporter 541-617-7818 shamway@bendbulletin.com

U.S. eeonomy's eontraction

signals a stop-and-go recovery By Nelson D. Schwartz

storage

New York Times News Service

The U.S. economy got off to an even weaker start this year

than first thought, the gov-

The Associated Press

ernment reported Friday, as

SAN FRANCISCO-

economic activity contracted becauseofam oredismal trade caution bybusinesses and consumers alike.

Google is willingto store and organize all of the world's digital photos and videos for free. The online photo service

The 0.7 percent annual rate

announced Thursday is the

of decline in economic output in the first quarter of 2015

latest example of Google's desire to wrap its tentades around virtually everypart of people's lives. Google will provide unlimited storage of all photos up to 16megapixels and high-definition video up to 1080p. The servi ce,called Google Photos, will be available as an app on Android and Apple devices, and on

performance and continued

was a reversal of the initial 0.2

percentadvance fortheperiod reported last month by the Commerce Department.

Although statistical quirks and one-time factors like wintry weather in some parts of

the countryplayed a role, as did a work slowdown at West Coast ports, the lackluster re-

Stephen Morton /The New YorkTimes

A distribution center for 0 A Logistics in Pooler, Georgia, in February. The government reported the

U.S. economyhascontracted instead of advancing aa initially predicted.

port for January, February and March underscores the U.S.

economy's continuing inability to generate much momentum. The pullback was the third time that economic activity

had posted a quarterly contraction since the current

recovery began in mid-2009, with declines in output in the first quarters of 2011 and 2014.

Even acknowledgingfl awsin the way the government takes accountofexpected seasonal

BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR

Vetras cited

"Our kids went to school

together in Bellevue, so we've known each other for a while

a website, http//photos.

"This isn't the off to-the-races kind of

expansionwe envisioned sixm onths ago.More and more folks are coming around to the view that the long-term growth rate of the American economy is 2 percent, at best. We can't sustain 3 or 4 percent growth for very long,so it's two steps forward, one step back."

assumptions. "This isn't the off-to-the-

races kind of expansion we envisioned six months ago," said Scott Anderson, chief economist at Bank of the West in San Francisco. "More and

more folks are coming around

to the view that the long-term — Scott Anderson, chief economist at Bank of the West growth rate of the American

variations, that on-again, offagainpattern helps explain why annual growth rates in gross domestic product for recent years have been wellbe- the second quarter is kidding low thepace ofgainsrecorded themselves, because the trade in the 1990s and mid-2000s. data is so unpredictable at the Much of the revision report- moment, and we have no hard ed Friday was spurred by new numbers yet," Shepherdson data showing that exports fell said. "I'm guessingthere will more than first thought and be a reversal in trade flows, imports rose higher. Econoand we'll see 3 percent growth mists at Goldman Sachs noted in the second quarter. But it that the change in the trade could be anywhere between 1 balance shaved 1.9 percentage percent and 5 percent." points off overall growth last Exports had been aparticquarter, the largest quarterly ularly bright spot for the U.S. drag from net exports in three decades.

rent quarter, are forcing some economists to rethink earlier

economy is 2 percent, at best. We can't sustain 3 or 4 percent

Reserve has pulledback from any plans to raise short-term interest rates in June, with

officials now suggesting that the firstrate increase from

near zero is not likely to come until September or even later this year. Although Wall Street and the Fed are already looking

growth for very long, so it's two stepsforward, onestep back." Although doudy, the economic outlook is not particularly dark. Unemployment has been falling steadily, and experts think it could fall to about 5

ahead to the June 5 report on

percentbytheend oftheyear, from 5.4 percent now. The

employment gains in May

jobless rate stood at 8 percent a

and other more recent data, the rearviewmirror take on

little over twoyears ago. The real estate market has

economy in the first years of

economic activity discouraged

also been robust as of late,

the recovery, as world trade rebounded from the plunge

buying on the stock market. At

of times, the trade balance is

that followed the financial cri-

especiallyhard to gauge in the wake of a labor dispute and

sis in late 2008 and early 2009. Those gains have moderated more recently and are likely to remain under pressure as

the Standard & Poor's 500

with a measure of pending home sales last month hitting a nine-year high, according to data released Thursdayby

index and the Nasdaq were all off 0.6 percent. Bond yields

the National Association of Realtors. New-home sales and

also crept lower.

the stronger dollar makes

After the economy grew at an annualrateofnearly 5per-

construction were also strong in April.

Volatile even in the best

slowdown at West Coast ports.

Although clearly a negative in the first quarter, some experts like Ian Shepherdson of Pantheon Macroeconomics say a return to normal trade patterns could propel a healthy rebound in the second quarter.

U.S. goods more expensive for overseas buyers. Most experts had expected

the data released Fridayto show a contraction in the first

But he cautioned that the dataremained influx and warned that even his own esti-

quarter, and virtually no main-

mate could end up being wide

to fall into a recession. Still,

of the mark.

the weak start for the year is a crucial reason that the Federal

"Anybody estimating

stream economists are predicting that the economy is about

the end of trading Friday, the Dow Jones industrial average,

Indeed, an upward revision

google.com. It's a variation of thephoto-management tool on Google Plus, a social networking service that has struggledto compete against Facebook since its 2011debut.

"There has been arenaissance in the thinking of what Google Plus is for," said Bradley Horowitz,

Google's vice president of photos and streams. Google Plus will stick around, Horowitz said, although it is

likelyto focus onbringing together people who share common interests and hob-

bies instead of tryingto connect friends and family. Horowitz predicted

Google Photos will free people from the hassles of managing their picture and video libraries, much like Google's Gmail service eased the burden of sifting through emailboxes by offeringlargerstoragecapacities and a powerful search

engine. Google Photos is importing technology from Google Plus to automatically sort images into common bundles tiedtogetherby avacation destination, activity,

or even species of animal.

cent in the spring and summer

in residential construction

Other tools will automati-

of 2014, some experts conduded that theeconomy had found

last quarter offset some of the weakness elsewhere.

cally create slideshows and albumsaccompaniedby

its footing and predicted that

Despite the windfall provided by lower gasoline prices, consumer spending, which accounts for roughly two-thirds

music.

a healthier, sustained growth rateofnear3percentwa sfinally at hand. The new data for the first

of economic activity, was only

lure people away from other

modest. Personal consumption rose by 1.8 percent last quarter,

services that have been

quarter of 2015, and signs of only a tepid rebound in the cur-

One of thebiggest challenges facing Google Inc. is whether it will be able to

around foryears.

PEOPLE ONTHE MOVE • Randy Patterson andCindy Parsonswill managethe new Drew's Boots store on NE Third Street near Franklin Avenuein Bend. • Dave DeRosehasbeen named boardmemberof the KIDS Center in Bend.DeRoseis a commercial banking manager for U.S. Bank inBend. • Maryellen Parker has been

hired as anurse practitioner at the KIDSCenter in Bend. Parker earned amaster's of science in nursing from theUniversity of North Carolinaat Chapel Hill with a specialty in family practice. • Melissa Butterfield has been hired asforensic interviewer and regional trainer at the KIDSCenter in Bend. Butterfield previously worked

• Rosa Cendejashasbeen hired as aprevention specialist at the KIDSCenter in Bend. Cendejas previously worked as an emergency room interpreter andperformed case DeRose P arker B utterfieldWolfteich Cendejas Tippett L e Sage managementfor MountainStar • Paula Wolfteichhas joined as a lead investigator of Purdue University, is a licensed Family Relief Nursery. allegations surrounding child the KIDSCenter in Bendas psychologist with over 20years • ShiloTippett has been abuse and neglect in Crook, a clinical director. Wolfteich, of experience as apractitioner, named board member atthe Jefferson andDeschutes who earned herPh.D.in trainer and researcher in the KIDS Center in Bend.Tippett, counties. clinical psychology from field of child maltreatment. who earneddegrees at the

University of Oregonand Oklahoma StateUniversity, is a clinical psychologist at St. Charles Family Care inMadras. • Rick LeSagehasjoined SCORE,of Bend, as avolunteer counselor. LaSagehasheld the positions of district manager, director of operations, chief operating officer and vice president of operations in the restaurant industry.


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SPOTLIGHT Camp Fire unveils

summer programs

re new a in a

Camp FireCentral Oregon announcedits Teens in Action program will meet in Bendand Prineville everyTuesday, Wednesdayand Thursday from June23 to Aug. 13.Created in partnership with Better Together Initiative's 8+9 program, Teens inAction helps students makethe transition from middle to high school by providing them with free, focused service-learning projects they can work onthe summers before and after their eighth-grade year. The programwhich recently received a $20,000 grant from the OregonCommunity Foundation and a$2,000 donation from theGreater Bend Rotary — also pairs rising ninth-graders with a mentor who canhelpthem oncethey start high school. Camp Fire also announcedits Tumal o Day Camp — which recently received a $10,000 grant from the Clabough Foundation — will hold three sessions this year: June 22-26, July 20-24, and Aug. 24-28. These camps are open to children from pre-kindergarten through seventh grade and provides overnight opportunities for upper-level students. Visit http://campfire co.org/or call 541-3824682 for more information.

s The Associated Press

It's a busy time for David

Duchovny: He's in a band, and s new season of "X-Files" — dormant for more than s decade — is in the works.

'X-Files' fans: Duchovny's

?

.Drisi area

The Washington Post

Once and future "X-Files" star David Duchovny"started

crying reading the first page" of the new "X-Files" script, the actor told Entertainment

Weekly, just from seeing the names of the show's charac-

ters written down on the page. The tears were of joy; the revival is really happening. We know, David Duchovny. Here was Duchovny's full response: "I just read it about an hour ago and I started crying reading the first page. It was just so strange to see the names on the page. It had nothing to

Iaila-:

do with the script itself. It was

just like, I'd been talking about this for a long time. We'd been

planning it for a long time. It took a long time to get all the people in the same place

Bella AcapellaHarmony Choruswill hold its GuestNightat 6 p.m. June16at BendSenior Center,1600 SEReed Market Road.Thechorus will sing, answerquestions, teachharmony singing andhavefun, it promises in anannouncement for theevent. The group recently competed at aregional event in Reno,Nevada, where it tooksecond place in theSmall Chorus division. Theycontinue to look for girls andwomen who love to perform, improve andcompete. Contact: venusmaria@ me.com, 541-306-7493.

and get the deal with Fox.

So let's say two years we've been talking about doing it. Now it's the fun part. Now we

actually get to do it. That was nice and strangely emotional for me, and I'll have to figure out how to use that (in the performance)." "I can tell you absolutely nothing — and it's fantastic," Duchovny said of the new

script. Duchovny, along with costar Gillian Anderson, appear Thinkstock

Correction In a story headlined "Bill could let you access late loved one's digital data," which appeared Friday, May29, on Page E1, an incorrect bill number was listed for the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. The correct number is Senate Bill 369. The Bulletin regrets the error.

to be hyping the show's revival by more or less embodying the dreams of the "X-Files'"

enthusiastic Tumblr fan community. The pair sang a song together and kissed on stage earlier this month. (In case you're just catching up, Duchovny has gone full "cool dad" in the past year and is now in a band, too.)

United Way helps parks, dikes

— Bulletin staff reports

as youare By Abby Ohlheiser

Chorus holds guest night

The United Wayof Deschutes County has announced it will provide grant funds to LaPine Parkand Recreation District and to Bicycle Re-Source of Bend. La PineParkandRec wasawarded $3,600in supportofitsexpanded After-SchoolProgram, providing tutoringand enrichmentactivities for childreninthe LaPinearea. Bicycle Re-Source was awarded$1,700to purchase newtools used to repair donated bicycles for needyyouth and adults in Central Oregon. To learn more about the After-School Program, call 541-5362223; about Bicycle Re-Source, call 541382-6977; andabout United Way,visit www. deschutesunitedway.org or call 541-389-6507.

just as elated

Duchovny later tweeted to

By CaitlinDeweyeThe Washington Post

Before online dating, before her two kids, before the Big Conversation with her skeptical husband, Jessie already had an inkling that maybe she wasn't quite like the ladies she saw at church, that maybe the sexual strictures of life in Washington, D.C.'s monied suburbs

Anderson that the two should maybe sing together again in the summer while they will

Her first marriage, in her early 20s, had ended after an affair (hers). Her second marriage, started shortly thereafter, was "happy — very happy," but as her boys grew up and moved out and moved on, she was left

faintly bored. She thought about cheating on her husband of 20 years. She considered bars, parties, a review of the

lapses in her mid-20s. Instead, she sat her husband down and told him somethingmore andmore progressivecouplesarebeginningto realize. Theyloved each other and wanted to stay together — but in the age of Tinder and Ashley Madison and OkCupid, they also both wanted to have

other options. Options they knew were just a dick away. See Monogamy /D4

weren't for her.

both be shooting the six-episoderevivalinvancouver. She responded with a reference to a famous line from their show: "I'll follow you anywhere my little legs will carry me Double D. Within reason." We do know a little bit about the revival, which is set to air on Fox in January. Show creator Chris Carter told the

Daily Beast he planned a "balance of mythology to standaloneepisodes"forthe six-episode arc. Duchovny confirmed as much to EW, adding "It's not really 'The X-Files'

without the mythology." The original series aired from 1993 to 2002.

Adults can dress the Disney part, too By Dewayne Bevil Orlando Sentinel

ORLANDO, Fla.-

Grown-ups are playing dress-up in a fashion trend called "Disneybounding," which allows fans to display devotion without donning a Cinderella gown or a Buzz Lightyear spacesuit. The styles shoot for subtle, yet colorful, salutes

to Disney characters. A Disneybounder might wear a yellow skirt, blue top, red bow and apple pin as a quiet

red polka-dot motif of Minlow-key Mickey Mouse

character when you're Disneybounding as that character, "shesaid."M ostof them pick up on it, and you

shout-out to Snow White or

route of red shorts, black

get a little more interaction,

go all-green with a feathered fedora to represent

shirt and yellow shoes. "I have Disneybounded

Peter Pan. "We actually did that on

Merida, Minnie Mouse, Buzz Lightyear.... I have

which is nice." Now, you can even dress up at Disney HQ in Orlando. See Disneybound /D5

our honeymoon. We're Disney fanatics," said Elyssa

two different Ariel ones,"

Kivus, who went with the

nie Mouse whileher husband, John, went the more

said Kivus, 27.

"I really like meeting the

A typical "Disneybound" outfit in the style of Peter Pan. TNS


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RELIGIOUS SERVICES To submit service information or announcements for religious organizations, email bulletin@bendbulletin.com or call 541-633-2117.

DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Minister Dave Drullinger; "Sacred Dwellings," based on John14:16-27; 10a.m. Sunday; noon Thursday sacklunch Biblestudy;334 NW Newport Ave., Bend; 541-382-2272 SERVICES or www.discoverychristianchurch. com. ANTIOCHCHURCH:Pastor Pete Kelly; finishing the Philippians EMMAUS LUTHERANCHURCH, series; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. LCMS:Pastor David Poovey; Mondayhigh schoolyouthgroup; 9:15a.m. Biblestudy,10:30a.m. 7 p.m.Wednesday middleschool worship; 2175 SWSalmon Ave., youth group; Bend High School, 230 Redmond; 541-548-1473. NE Sixth St., Bend; 541-318-1454 or FATHER'S HOUSE CHURCH: Pastor www.antiochchurch.org. Randy Wills; "Bless This House"; 9 BEND CHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: a.m. and10:45 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Pastor Virgil Askren; "Beyond the Wednesday youth group; 61690 Walls — New Methods," based on Pettigrew Road, Bend; 541-382-1632 Mark 4:1-12;10:15 a.m. Sunday; or www.fathershouseinbend.church. 9 a.m. (Hispanicservice) Sunday; FIRST PRESBYTERIANBEND: 1270 NE 27th St., Bend; 541-382Steven Koski and Morgan Schmidt; 5496 or www.bendnaz.org. "Be Your Own Beyonce," based on COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH Colossians 2:6-7 and Colossians AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen 3:12-17; 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and Schaumloeffel; "How Shall We 5:01 p.m. Sunday; 230 NENinth Then Give," based on 2 Corinthians St., Bend; 541-382-4401 or www. 8:1-5 and 9:6-9; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; bendfp.org. 1 Theater Drive, Sunriver; 541-593FOUNDRYCHURCHOFBEND: 8341 or www.cbchurchsr.org. Pastor Trevor Waybright; "Family CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: Sunday"; 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 60 NW The Rev. Willis C. Jenson; "The Oregon Ave., Bend; 541-382-3862 Holy Trinity Is the Throne of Grace or www.foundrybend.org. for Sinners," based on Isaiah 6:8; 11 a.m. Sunday; 10 a.m. Sunday GRACEBIBLECHURCH OFBEND: Pastor Phil Kooistra; "The Great school; Terrebonne Grange Hall, 828611th St., Terrebonne; 541-325- Banquet," based on Luke14:14-24; 6773 or www.lutheransonline.com/ 10 a.m. Sunday; 5:30 p.m. Sunday concordialutheranmission. youth group; 63945 Old Bend

Redmond Highway, Bend; 541-7283897 or www.gracebibleofbend.org. GRACEFIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "The Wind Beneath Your Wings" and "Flat Jesus"; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend; 541-382-6862 or www. gracefirstlutheran.org. HOLY COMMUNIONEVANGELICAL CATHOLICCHURCHOFBEND: The Rev. James Radloff; Bible study,10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesdays, 587 NE Greenwood Ave.; 541-408-9021 or info@holycommunionbend.org. JOURNEYCHURCH:Pastor Don Hallworth; "Community Creators — Learning To Do Life Together"; 9 a.m.,11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday; 70 NW Newport Ave., Bend; 541647-2944 or www.journeyinbend. com. MISSIONCHURCH BEND CAMPUS:Pastoral staff; "Wise Up — Transferring From the School of Hard Knocks Part4"; 5:30 p.m. today; 9 a.m. and10:45 a.m. Sunday; online at www. experiencethehighlife.tv 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; 2221 NEThird, Bend; 541-306-6209 or www. experiencethehighlife.com. MOST SACREDHEART, ROMAN CATHOLICCHAPEL:Father Bernard; Traditional Catholic Latin Mass; 9

a.m. Sunday,confessions heard before Mass; 1051 SWHelmholtz

Way, Redmond; 541-548-6416. NEWPORTAVENUECHURCHOF CHRIST:Dean Catlett; "Living Life to the Full!" based on John10:910; 10:45 a.m. Sunday worship; 6 p.m. Sunday devotional service; 6 p.m. Wednesday adult Bible study; 554 NW Newport Ave., Bend.; 541-382-5242 or www. churchofchristbendoregon.com. REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; "Worship as Impactful Living," based on Leviticus 26"God's Story"; 8 a.m., 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday; for youth group summer activity call Pastor Mike Sweeney, 907-3784497; 2880 NE27th St., Bend; 541-312-8844. SAINT JACOBOFALASKA ORTHODOX CHRISTIANCHURCH: Reader services10 a.m. Sunday; 1900 NE Division St., Bend; 541203-0316 or www.saintjacob.org. SAINT PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father John Pennington; "Three in One," based on Revelation 4:1-11; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 1108 W.Antler Ave., Redmond; 541-604-1029. SHILOHRANCH COWBOY CHURCH:Pastor Jordan Weaver; "The Heart of The Law"; 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Monday; 7 a.m.Thursday men's Biblestudy; 15669 SW Bussett Road, Powell Butte; 971-678-9513 or www. shilohranch.com.

TRINITY LUTHERANCHURCH: Rev. Patrick M. Rooney; "Fragrant Sacrifices and Offerings," based on Ephesians 5:2; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; Lutheran Women's Missionary League will be selling slices of pie Sunday to support their ministries; 2550 NE Butler Market Road, Bend; 541-382-1832 or www. trinitylutheranbend.org. UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRALOREGON:Rev.Antonia Won; "The Spectrum of the Soul"; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend;541-385-3908

or www.uufco.org WESTSIDECHURCH: PastorSteve Mickel; "Rhythms: Life"; 6:30 p.m. today;8a.m .,9a.m. and10:45 a.m. Sunday;Westside Church West Campus, 2051 NWShevlin Park Road, Bend; 541-382-7504 or www. westsidechurch.org. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel; "Rhythms: Life"; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Westside Church South Campus,1245 SE Third St., Bend. WESTSIDESISTERS CAMPUS: Pastor Jerry Kaping; "Rhythms: Life"; 9a.m.and 10:45 a.m.Sunday; Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel; "Rhythms: Life"; 6:30 p.m. today; 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; www.

westsidelive.org. WESTSIDE RADIOCAMPUS:Pastor Steve Mickel; "Rhythms: Place"; 8:30a.m. Sunday; Heirborne radio show on KBND, AM1110. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Eric Burtness; "The Holy Trinity," based on John 3:1-17;10a.m. Sunday; 1113 SWBlack Butte Blvd., Redmond; 541-923-7466 or www.

zionrdm.com.

EVENTS, MEETIMGS THURSDAY COMMUNITY HEALINGNIGHT AND CANNEDFOODDRIVE: Canned and nonperishable food drive for Neighborlmpact; practitioners of Reiki, Kofutu, Qigong, Matrix and any form of touch healing or intuitive reading invited; 5 p.m.; Old Stone Church,157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend; www.spiritualawarenesscommunity. com or 541-385-1332. JUNE 7 I'M GONNASING!: Choral performanceofsongs and hymns by the Nativity Community Choir with special guests Bend Camerata and Men's Chorus of Central Oregon; 6 p.m.; donations accepted; Nativity Lutheran Church, 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend; www.nativitychoir weebly.com or 541-388-0765.

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

SENIORS AARP:www.aarp.org/money/taxaide or 888-687-2277. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION: 800-272-3900. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'8 ASSISTEDLIVING AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: 541-385-8500. BEND SENIORCENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. CASCADE VIEWNURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 541-382-7161. CENTRALOREGONCOUNCILON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or 541-678-5483. LA PINESENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Karen Ward, 541-536-6237. LA PINESENIORCENTER: Denise, 541-848-9075. LONG-TERMCARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM: Nancy Allen, 541-312-2488. PILOTBUTTE REHABILITATION CENTER:541-382-5531. PRINEVILLESOROPTIMIST SENIOR CENTER:Melody, 541-447-6844. REDMOND SENIORCENTER: Sharon, 541-548-6325. TOUCHMARK ATMT. BACHELOR VILLAGE: 541-383-1414. VOLUNTEERSINACTION: 541-548-7018.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ACTIONTHROUGH ADVOCACY: 541-385-4741. ADULT BASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory@ cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. AFS-USA:www.afsusa.org or Caitlin Krutsinger, 503-419-9514. ALYCE HATCHCENTER:Andy Kizans, 541-383-1980. ASSE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM:www.asse. com or WendyLarson, 541-480-0959. BEND PARK & RECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-3126047 (Bend), 541-447-3851, ext. 333 (Prineville) or 541-325-5603 (Madras). BOY SCOUTSOF AMERICA: Paul Abbott, paulabbott©scouting.org or 541-382-4647. BOYS AGIRLS CLUBS OF BEND: www.bgcbend.org, 541-617-2877 ext. 10. CAMP FIREUSA CENTRAL OREGON: campfire@bendcable.com or 541-382-4682. CASA(COURTAPPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES): www. casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-1618. CENTRAL OREGONSHRINERS RUN FOR ACHILD:shrinersrunforachild© gmail.com or 541-205-4484. CHILDREN'S VISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLE OFFRIENDS: Beth, beth@ acircleoffriendsoregon.com or 541-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTYSHERIFF'8 OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPY© deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM: Steve Guzanskis, 541-678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS:541-389-8146. GIRLSON THE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY:www.deschutescountygotr. org or eusselman©bgcbend.org. GRANDMA'S HOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERTTEENSVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www.highdesertmuseum. org or 541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParent Training and Information Center, 888-505-2673.

JBAR JLEARNINGCENTER: Lachlan Leaver, lleaver©jbarj.org or 541-389-1409. JUNIORACHIEVEMENT:www. jaorswwa.org or Liz Lotochinski, 541678-2256, llotochinski©ja-pdx.org. JUNIPERSWIM A FITNESS CENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER:Charissa Miller, cmiller@kidscenter.org or 541-383-5958. LAPINE HIGH SCHOOL:Jeff Bockert, 541-355-8501. MEADOWLARK INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM: Teal Buehler, 541-617-9576. M OUNTAINSTARFAMILY RELIEF NURSERY:541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext. 115. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSIONSERVICE:541-548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM:http://extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READ TOGETHER: 541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 541-923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER:Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE: 541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREERPARTNERSHIP: Kent Child, 541-355-4158. SMART (STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org or 541-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VIMA LUPWA HOMES: www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-9634. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.

ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAYANEUTERPROJECT: 541-617-1010. BRIGHTSIDEANIMAL CENTER: 541-923-0882 or volunteer© brightsideanimals.org. CAT RESCUE,ADOPTION A FOSTER TEAM (CRAFT):www.craftcats.org, 541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CENTRALOREGON NORDIC CLUB TRAIL ANDSHELTERMAINTENANCE: conordicclub©gmail.com or www. conordicclub.org. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 541-410-4122. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 541-330-0017. DESCHUTESNATIONALFOREST: Jean Nelson-Dean, 541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBON SOCIETY:www.ecaudubon.org or 541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER: www.envirocenter.org or 541-385-6908. EQUINEOUTREACHHORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. com, joan@equineoutreach.com or 541-419-4842. FENCES FORFIDO: LaDonna, 503314-7105 or fencesforfido.org. HUMANE SOCIETYOFCENTRAL OREGON: Jen, jennifer©hsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOF THE OCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9 l15. MUSTANGSTOTHERESCUE: www.mustangstotherescue.org or 541-330-8943. PACIFIC CREST TRAIL ANGELS: Brian Douglass, bdouglass2014@ centurylink.net or 541-213-8510. PRINEVILLEBLM:www.blm.gov/orl districts/prineville/recreation/host.php or 541-416-6700. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING:Lexa McAllister, Imcallister©cocc.edu or 541-914-6676. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER & OBSERVATORY: 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: Tom Mottl, 541-416-6859.

BETHLEHEM INN: www. bethleheminn.org or 541-322-8768. BRIDGINGGAPS:bendbridginggaps© AMERICANCANCER SOCIETY: gmail.com or 541-314-4277. Charlie Johnson, 541-434-3114. CASCADES EASTRIDECENTER: Erik AMERICANCANCER SOCIETY'S Maiorano, emaiorano@coic.org. RELAYFORLIFE: Lauren Olander, CENTERFOR COMPASSIONATE lauren.olander©cancer.org or LIVING (PREVIOUSLY PEACE 541-728-4378. CENTER OFCENTRAL OREGON): AMERICANREDCROSS:MaryTyler, www.compassionatecenter.org or 541-749-4111. Beth Hansen, 541-923-6677. THE BLOOMPROJECT:LizTaylor, CENTRALOREGONVETERANS I.taylor@thebloomproject.org or OUTREACH: covo.org@gmail.com or 54 I-480-6312. 541-383-2793. HEART 'N HOME HOSPICE A DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN PALLIATIVE CARE:www.gohospice. SERVICES/VOLUNTEERSERVICES: com. Therese Helton, Therese.M.Helton© HOSPICEOF REDMONDstate,or.us or 541-693-8988. SISTERS: www.redmondhospice. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN org or Volunteer Coordinator at SERVICES/VOLUNTEERSERVICES 541-548-7483. CROOK COUNTY: Valerie Dean, 541MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL:JoDee 447-3851, ext. 427. Tittle, 541-475-3882, ext. 5097. DISABLEDAMERICANVETERANS MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL (DAV):Don Lang, 541-647HOSPICE: 541-460-4030 or Tori 1002. FAMILYKITCHEN:Cindy Schultz, tschultz©mvhd.org or 541Tidball, cindyt©bendcable.com or 475-3882, ext. 5327. 54 I-610-65 l1. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL FAMILYRESOURCECENTER: ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: 541-389-5468. Eileen White, namicentraloregon@ HEALINGREINS THERAPEUTIC gmail.com. RIDINGCENTER:www.healingreins. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY org or Carly Wilson, 541-382-9410. EXTENSION SERVICE:www. DIGNITYCOALITION: extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes/ HUMAN 541-385-3320. nutrition-education or 541-306-6067. HUNGER PREVENTIONCOALITION: PARTNERS IN CARE:www. Robin, 541-408-1978. partnersbend.org or Melanie Price, LA PINECOMMUNITY KITCHEN: 541-382-5882. RONALD MCDONALDHOUSE:Teresa 541-536-1312. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq@ Braun, 541-318-4950. neighborimpact.org or 541-548-2380, ST. CHARLESIN BENDAND ext. 106. ST. CHARLESIN REDMOND: PEACEBRIDGES, INC., BEND: 54 I-706-6354. www.abridgetopeace.org or JohnC. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, Schwechten at 541-383-2646. 541-585-9008. PFLAGCENTRALOREGON: www.pflagcentraloregon.org or ARTS, MUSIC, 541-317-2334. CULTURE AND SAVINGGRACE:541-382-9227 or 541-504-2550. HERITAGE SOROPTIMISTINTERNATIONAL OF BEND:www.sibend.org, president@ 88.9KPOV,BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION: info@kpov.org or sibend.org or 541-408-9333. 54 I-322-0863. ST. VINCENTDEPAULSOCIAL ART COMMITTEEOF THE REDMOND SERVICES: 541-389-6643. FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:Linda WINNINGOVERANGER A Barker, 541-312-1064. VIOLENCE: www.winningover.org or 54 l-382-1943. ARTS CENTRALSTATION: 541-617-1317. CASCADES THEATRICAL COMPANY: HABITAT FOR 541-389-0803. HUMANITY AND CENTRALOREGON SYMPHONY THRIFT STORES ASSOCIATION: Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: BENDAREAHABITAT FOR 541-389-1813, 10a.m. to 4:30 p.m. HUMANITY:rcooper@bendhabitat. Tuesday through Saturday. org. DESCHUTESPUBLIC LIBRARY BRIGHTSIDEANIMALCENTER SYSTEM:541-312-1039.

HEALTH

FRIENDSOF THE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrachat 54 I-617-7047. HIGHDESERT CHAMBER MUSIC: www.highdesertchambermusic. com or Isabelle Senger at info@ highdesertchambermusic.com or 541-306-3988. HIGHDESERT MUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINEPUBLICLIBRARY: Cindylu, 541-317-1097. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Brad, 541-382-4366. THE NATUREOFWORDS: www.thenatureofwords.org or 541-647-2233. OREGON PARTNERSOFAMERICA: www.oregonpartners.net or Ed Vickrey, 541-350-3152. REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:541-312-1060. REDMONDINTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb, bonitodia@msn.com or 54 I-447-0732. TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700.

THRIFT STORE: 541-923-0882 or volunteer©brightsideanimals.org. HABITAT RESTORE:Di Crocker, 541-312-6709. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON THRIFT STORE:Jen, jennifer@hsco.org or 541-382-3537. NEATREPEATTHRIFT SHOP:Peg, 541-447-6429. NEWBERRYHABITAT FOR HUMANITY:541-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OF BEND:541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFTSTORE OF REDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITATFOR HUMANITY: Scott or Warren, 541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITAT RESTORE: Roy, 541-548-1406. SISTERSHABITATFOR HUMANITY: 541-549-1193. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL—LA PINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENTDEPAULPRINEVILLE:541-280-7109. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL—REDMOND: 541-923-5264.

GOVERNMENT, CITY AND COMMUMITY THE CITIZENREVIEWBOARD(CRB): crb.volunteer.resources©ojd.state. or.us or1-800-551-8510 ext. 64535. CITYOF BEND: VolunteerNow@ ci.bend.or.us or 541-388-5579. DESCHUTES COUNTYPLANNING COMMISSION:Nick Lelack, 541-3851708 or www.deschutes.org/cd/page/ planning-commission. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher, 541-317-3186 or 541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOODASSOCIATION: www.drwna.org or Barbara at info© drwna.org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSON COUNTYVOLUNTEER SERVICES: Therese Helton, 541-4756131, ext. 208.

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LA PINERURAL FIREPROTECTION DISTRICT:Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARDDISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www.orcharddistrictneighborhood. com. SCORE:BruceMichalski, www. scorecentraloregon.org or 541-316-0662. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048. VOLUNTEER CONNECT: www. volunteerconnectnow.org or 541-385-8977.

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Reading Room: 1563 NW First St. Mon. through Fric 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon-2pm

ECKANKAR EXPERIKNCK THK LIGHT AND SOUND OF GOD

"Omkar" (Aum)

"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confuoanism

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Morning Worship 8;30 am 8 10:30 am Life groups 9 am Kidz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am Evening Worship 6 pm WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7PM

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery Wednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com •

because this is where you meet with the Holy Spirit, the Voice of God" Harold Klemp "Spiritual Experiences Guidebook"

RKDMOND ASSKMBLV OF GOD

FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 21129 Reed Market Rd. Bend, OR 97702 541-382-6081

Thomas L. Counts, Pastor Bus available for Sundays WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

(Nursery available) SUNDAY

Sunday School - 9:45am

(Bible Classes for all ages) Prayer Time - 10:40am Worship - 10:50am Evening Bible study - 6:00pm EveningWorship -7:00pm VACATION BIBLESCHOOL

Camp Courageous - Equipping for Life Date: Monday, June 22 - Friday, lune 26 Time: 9:00 am - Noon Ages: 2 (out of diapers) to Adults Contacts: Church 541-382-6081 Rena 541-389-2352 Michele 541-923-4686 Church website for more info and pre-registration: fmbcbend.org

HOLY RKDKEMKR ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISH Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish ONce: 541-536-3571 HOLY RKDKKMKR ROMAN CATHOLIC,

LA PINK 16137 Burgess Rd

"A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Trevor Waybright

SundaySchool classes are at9:00 am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am

This Sunday at Foundry Church we will be celebrating families with our first "Family Sunday" For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities CalI 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH

3100 SWHighland Ave.,•Redmond 541-548-4161• hbcredmond.org Lead Pastor Dr. Barry Campbell Worship Saturday 7 P.M. Worship Sunday 8, 9:30 8 11 A.M.

Sundaysmallgroups,aflages 9;30 8 11 A.M.

Children's Worship, preschool thru 5th grade 11 A.M. Family Night Wednesdays Jan. 7- March 18, 2015

Sunday Services: gam and 10:15am Sunday Adult Forum: 9:15am Childcare available both services Children's Chapel at 10:15 service

Sunday Mass - 12:30 Pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00 - 12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC,

Near Chrlstmas Valley 57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm

Celebrate Recovery Tuesdays, 6:30 PM. •

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

Rev. Julian Cassar Pastor Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541-382-3631

www.trinitybend.org www.facebook.com/TrinityBend min!stryCwtrinitybend.org 541-382-5542 469 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701

NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM

THK SALVATION ARMY 541 NE DeKalb Ave. 541-389-8888 xt. 200

Domingo 12:30 PM -Misa en Espanol Reconciliation Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Sunday Worship: Sunday School at 10:00 AM Worship Service at 11:00 AM For BothChildren and Adults Weekly Programs: Tuesday Youth Night at 5:00 PM Wednesday Women's Group at 9:30 AM Thursday Men's Group at 2:00 PM For more Information: www.facebook.com/ TheSalvationArmyCentralOregon

LATIN MASS Sunday, May 31, Low Mass at I PM

ST. THOMAS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390

CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF RKDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond 541-548-2974 www.redmondchristian.org Sunday Worship 9;00 amF 10:45 am

Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor

SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE 9:00 am Traditional Music Service 5:00 pm Contemporary Blend Music Service Bend Senior Center 1600 SE Reed Market Road

POWKLL BUTTE

BIBLE STUDY

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

"The loy of the Gospel" by Pope Francis 2nd Tuesday of each month Next Session June 9, 2015 New Books Beginning in July! Morning Session: Touchmark River Lodge 9:30 - 11:00 am Evening Session: Deschutes County Library 6;30 - 8:00 pm

Worship Center 10:30 Traditional Service Historic Chapel Nursery 8 Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle,

and Ozzy Osbome 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powefl Butte 541-548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com

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

Sunday Services 8 am (No child care) 10:00 am Contemporary Worship Service (Full children's ministry) Sunday Night Church 6:30 pm For information, please call ... Senior Pastor - Mike Yunker-

Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Rhythms: Life" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9 and 10:45am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

www.holycommunionbend.org Contact us InfoCaho)ycommun(onbend.org (541) 408-9021

May 31, 2015 at Westside Church — SISTERS CAMPUS Pastor lerry Kaping will share the message "Rhythms: Life" at 9:00 and 10:45am on Sunday atthe Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.

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10 am Sunday School 11 am Divine Service The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor 8286 11th St. (Grange Hall) Terrebonne, OR

www.lutheransonline.corn/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862 Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. (Child Care Available) Education Hour 10:45 a.m.

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

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW Bond St. /541.382.1672

Everyone is Welcome! Rev Dave Beckett

The Great Earthquake, What does it mean for your family? Emergency Preparedness Presentation and Fair Come leam what you can do NOW to be prepared for the Cascadia earthquake and other potential emergency events. Speakers: Lisa Stroup: The American Red Cross, Daniele McKay: Oregon State University Geologist, Nathan Garibay: Deschutes County Emergency Manager.

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Dave Beckett offic e.bendchurchCagmail.com

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

9:00am Sunday School foraflages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday WEDNESDAY

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study THURSDAY

10:00 am 50+ Bible Study WEEKLY

Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org

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Wednesday Mid-Week Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 PM Nursery Care Provided for Afl Services Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur

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COMM U N ITY PRKSBYTKRIAN CHURCH

Sunday Worship Services at 10:00 am Children's Room available during services Vacation Bible School, Jungle Safari, June 22 - 26, 9:00 am to Noon Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music

program for all ages Coffee, snacks and fellowship after each service M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm

1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 — 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.com

(Across Ninth St. from Bend High) Embodying Spacious Christianity Be Your Own Beyonce Preaching pastors are Steven Koski, lenny Warner & Morgan Schmidt Sunday, May 31 9:00am & 10:45am with the Praise Team 5:01pm contemplative service Nursery care provided for afl services

Sunday School offered for morning services The Bend Area Challenge Created to help everyone in Bend save energy. The Bend Energy Challenge also enables our community to enter a nationwide energy-saving competition with a $5 million prize. That's five million bucks that would fund projects to help our community save energy, embrace long-term livability and honor the land and lifestyle that make Bend, well, Bend. Signup atbendenergychaflenge,org Burundi Prayer Vigil Sunday, May 31, 6:30-7:00pm, First Presbyterian Sanctuary. As of late, the people of Burundi are experiencing protests, violence and great upheaval due to the current president attempting to run for an unconstitutional 3rd term. An attempted coup has failed and thousands continue to flee the country. Please join the Burundi Team for this prayer vigil. Amahoro (Peace) from the Burundi Team

Grief Recovery Class Mondays, beginning June I - July 20, 7:00-8:30pm, Church Library. Using the method of the Grief Recovery Method Institute we will move through the pain of grief in a supportive, practical and confidential group. Cost is $25 for the Grief Recovery Handbook and materials (part!a( scholarships available). Class is open to 12 people. To register call Lorraine Stuart at 541.318.0384 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend, 541.382.4401

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UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF CKNTRAL ORKGON "Diverse Beliefs, One Feflowship"

We are a Welcoming Congregation Sunday, May 31 at 10:30 am "The Spectrum of the Soul" — Rev. Antonia Won, Minister Two people can experience the same event completely differently — glass half full or glass half empty. Richness of experience happens in different ways and can grow or shrink through life. How do we support one another in enriching our lives?

Religious Exploration This week in Religious Exploration our K-3 will start off with a "bang" and start to explore the topic of evolution. Grades 4-8 will talk about how each person has worth and dignity, and discuss human rights issues like marriage and gender equality. Meeting place: 61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend 97701 Maih P.O. Box 428, Bend OR 97709 www.uufco.org (541) 385-3908

CHURCH & SVNMOGUE DIRECTORY LISTING

CHRISTIAN LIFE CKNTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541389.8241

ZION LUTHKRAN CHURCH KLCA Worship in the Heart of Redmond

3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Rhythms: Place" on the Heirborne radio show at 8:30amSunday morning

Mike Sweeney 8 leff Olson "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org

CONCORDIALUTHKRAN

Men's Bible Study Wednesday 8:00 a.m.

May 31, 2015 Westside Church — ONTHE RADIO

541-312-8844 Associate Pastors

541-410-5337 Children Welcome www.livingtorahfeflowship.com

Immediately following the presentation, join us for the Preparedness Fair where local experts will be on hand with important information and resources. Every Monday 12:00 - I:00 pm - Weekly Torah Study Representatives from the Health Department, Sheriff's Department, Pet Call for information and location Evacuation team, the American Red Cross, Sunday School the Amateur Radio Emergency Services, lewish Community School of Central Oregon Wild Food and more will be there to help 21555 Modoc Lane you prepare for an emergency! Sundays, May 31, 10:00am *During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's For the complete schedule of Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Services and Events Music 8 Fellowship go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

May 30 8 31, 2015 at Westside Church —WESTCAMPUS

May 30 8 31, 2015 at Westside Church — ONLINE CAMPUS Join us at our online campus where Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Rhythms: Life" at 6:30pm Saturday and 9 and 10:45am on Sunday at www.westsidelive.org.

REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Saturday, June 27- 9:00 am - Munch 8 Torah Study Saturday, June 27 - 10:30 am - Torah Services

Phone: 541-325-6773

May 31, 2015 at Westside Church —SOUTH CAMPUS Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Rhythms; Life" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE 3rd St., Bend.

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8:30 Worship Center 10:30 Contemporary Service

Friday, June 26 - 6:00 pm; Summer Thanksgiving Shabbat At a private home, call for information

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Father lim Radloff Father Mark Hebert

Saturday, lune 20 - 10:00 am; Bat Mitzvah of Rebecca Uri — at First Presbyterian Church

(St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession

Contact us at 541-382-7504 or www.westsidechurch.org

5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

Friday, lune 12 - 6:00 pm - Erev Shabbat Service Saturday, lune 13 - 10:00 am; Bar Mitzvah of Sid Rafilson - at Tetherow

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

any of our weekend services. No matter what your expectations are, we hope your time spent with us brings you a little closer to understanding, knowing and growing in a relationship with Jesus Christ. In our opinion, that's what really matters.

Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10;00 am (English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from

Worship/Dance - StudyFood/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshiping in Spirit and Truth

Sunday, May 31st at 10:00 am

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

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LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP At La Roca Church 1155 SW Division, yD8, Bend Saturday 12:00 - 3:00 pm

Services

MISSION (LCMS) Themission of the ChurcfiisIo forgivesins tfirouyh the Gospelandthereby grant eterna(life.

WKSTSIDK CHURCH Westside Church invites you to join us at

Father Todd Unger, Pastor

Our monthly activities include: Services, religious education for children and adults, Hebrew school, Torah study, social action projects and social activities

Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439

541-388-8826

NKW HOPK EVANGKLICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389-3436

Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Saturday 8:30 - 9:30 AM

Sunday School for all ages Kidmo • Junior Church

is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families and

Unless otherwise noted, all services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street

Pastors Lts. Jeremy and Violet Aird

Exposition 8 Benediction Monday-Friday after 7;00 AM Mass to 6:00 PM Tuesday (Family Holy Hour) 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

HOLY COMMUNION CHURCH "In the Evangelical Catholic Tradition"

Sunday, May 31st 10:30 AM General Membership Meeting Location TBA

• 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 • End-times prophecy

Rabbi Johanna Hershenson Youth Events: www.facebook.com/BendYouthCollective FamilyKitchen Prep Squad Wednesdays 2-4pm

Potluck Suppers, Centering Prayer, Outreach, Music, Book Discussions, "Spirit"ed Conversations, Justice and Eco-Justice Activities, Women's Group and more....

5-5:45 P.M. Dinner

6-7;30 PM.Small group studies for afl ages Babies through adult

Sunday, May 31st 10AM Community School at Shalom Bayit — Last Day of School

TEMPLE BKTH TIKVAH

The Rev. Jed Holdorph II, Rector

120 Mississippi Dr

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Services: Torah Study Every Saturday Moming at 10 AM unless otherwise noted

All Services held at our Dedicated Synagogue Building 21555 Modoc Lane (Corner of Ward and Modoc in Bend) unless otherwise noted.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BEND 230 NE Ninth, Bend

Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994

Jews by choice.

OUR LADY OF THK SNOWS ROMAN CATHOLIC, Gilchrist

www.fmbcbend.org

HOUSE OF COVENANT

A Warm and Welcoming Community Serving We provide a congregational setting for lews Central Oregon for 25 years. and Christians alike. If you're interested in leaming the Bible from a Hebrew We Welcome Newcomers, Interfaith perspective, come join us at: Families and lews by Choice Involvement Encouraged Bear Creek Center For information, call 541-385-6421 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Please Visit: www.jccobend.com Bend, OR. 97701 Our Shabbat Services are on Rabbi Jay ShupackSaturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Bend's First Resident Rabbi Our ministries include: Rebbitzin - ludy Shupack

Latkes and other treats will be served!

TRINITY KPISCOPAL CHURCH We are a community ofChristians whowe(come diversity intheologyand world view.

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

Saturday 8:00 AM Sunday 4:30 PM Monday - Friday 7:00 AM & 12:15 PM

FOUNDRYCHURCH (FORMKRLY FIRST BAPTIST)

CONGRKGATION SHALOM BAVIT (lewish Community of Central Oregon)

"Halfway to Chanukah"

Prineville Public Library 175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr. Prineville, Oregon

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"Make Every Day a Wonderful-and Sacred-Adventure" Thursday, June 18, 6:30-7:30pm

For more information www.miraclesinyourlife.org www.eckankar.org www.eckankar-oregon.org

Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass - 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays -3:00-4:00pm

WEDNESDAY Ladies Bible Study - 10:00am Bible Study and Prayer - 7:00pm

"Leam to go inside yourself, because this is the source of all truth. There are a lot of holy temples out here, but the most sacred of all is the temple inside you,

529 NW 19th Street

(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor 9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9;15 am Children F Youth Sunday School 9;30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship Fellowship following both services. Youth Group: 10:30am Sunday for Middle and High School Youth Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

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Himself for being paranoid? Society for mocking the religious? The media for its lack of nuance around religion? The audience for buying any of this as serious'? "He still has point of view,

The Washington Post

A lot of entertainers think

of religion as the third rail — something you stay away from. Catholic comic Jim Gaffigan is testing that theory in a major way in his new "The Jim Gaffigan Show." Gaffigan has built a huge brand around a few things: overeating, having tons of kids (five at last count, and it's

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Los Angeles Times

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atheists, and who love Jim

done) and a performing technique people often call "the

and are of all faiths. The Christian ghetto is a hard one to get out of if I'm only preaching to the choir," Jeannie said. Indeed, there is pragmatic

inner voice." His inner voice

business here.

is whispery, almost ladylike, has a scolding tone and lets Gaffigan assume the position of people he perceives as his critics — perhaps an audience

culture war that Jim doesn't

Andreas," c o -produced by Village Roadshow Pictures, will likely open with an estimated $40 million, according to people familiar with prerelease audience surveys.

want to engage in; he just wants to do jokes about avocados," he said of himself.

rected "San Andreas," which cost a whopping

member or some random per-

"We know conflict sells, but

$110 million to make, stars

son on the street. It's a quirky, funny way for Gaffigan to get one up in advance on people Courtesy Jim Gaffigan/TheWashington Post who judge him, or, more ac- Catholic comIc Jim GaffIgan deals with his anxieties aroundbeing a religious entertaIner In the upcurately, people he suspects comIng series "The Jim GaffIgan Show." might be judging him. Which is also Gaffigan's way of dealing with his Cath- his wife and her friend on the The question is: What kind beat way that's more real than olic faith — a little bit on the show. of religious person? Gaffigan you often see on TV portraydefensive, a little bit paranoid. This rings bells for me as and his wife play with this al.... You can be Catholic and Which is how some people someone who writes about re- idea in the episode, as they do your best friend can be gay, might see religion's posture in ligion in America. in his work generally. I wrote you live in this world where general these days. The belief that the mainabout this first a couple of that's reality. You can keep This all plays out very de- stream culture is hostile to- years ago after seeing Gaf- your traditional faith but you liberately in Gaffigan's new ward faith is not only widely figan speak during the same don't have to be categorized show, which premieres in July held and spoken of by many week in which I covered the into some box," she said. and is set in his real life. "The religious leaders but has pow- Catholic Church's then-new But the couple are very Jim Gaffigan Show" explores erful theological allure. Core global campaign to re-image aware they are both spotlightwhat it's like to be a popular texts present religious believ- "evangelizing" as being more ing religion while simultanestand-up comic named Jim ers as essentially outsiders, organic and less judgmen- ously saying it's something Gaffigan, juggling the secular, inherently persecuted, and tal about one's faith. Part of Jim may feel like hiding. Is the sometimes raunchy entertain- that to be religious is by defi- this involves facing a reality I fear of being known as reliment world with being a hus- nition to assume the identity think has become even clear- gious real for him at all'? "It's resonant wit h J i m 's band to a devout wife and dad of the marginalized. It can er since my 2013 piece: It's to their five kids, all of whom be a challenge to see one's not God that Western society paranoia, t h at's d e f i nitely are crammed into a hip apart- self as fully religious and seems anxious to ditch — it's true,"he said. Jeannie comment in lower Manhattan. mainstream. institutional religion. pared the episode to Jim's Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan Which is part of why I love This week I asked the Gaf- strategic decision years ago to — who have long co-written Jim Gaffigan; he dives into figans about why they chose create the "Inner Voice." his comedy — have pre-re- this paradox. He and Jeannie this topic as a way to introBack then "he felt, if the leased one of the shows, an (who he often calls a "Shiite duce the show. audience was going to judge "We played off the notion him, he would make that judgepisode centered onthe idea Catholic") chose to introduce that it's risky for a pop cul- themselves through an epi- of being outed as Christian, ment for them first. It disarms ture figure to come out as reli- sode that centers on their Ca- that being Christian in enter- them a little. In Jim's mind, it's gious. The plot takes off after tholicism. In fact, the entire tainment is like being gay in like saying What is the worst Gaffigan is accidentally pho- series is built around the jug- the '50s. It really touches on thing that could happen?' It's tographed carrying a massive gling act of this wholesome, my fear surrounding being putting it all out there." Bible and then panics about churchgoing, n o-swearing, known as a Christian," said Gaffigan talked about what what the public will think. no-artificial-birth-control-us- Jim. he called an important comic Will he come across as stupid ing family. And they aren't Jeannie said they wanted device — the "fish out of waif people know he believes in painted as oddballs, but hip to present the C atholicism ter." In reality, as a married, God'? Gay-hating if they see Manhattanites living in a cool they live — while also stra- churchgoing guy with a bunhe's a committed Catholic? loft and hanging around with tegically "critique-proofing" dle of kids, he feels a bit like a "I don't want to get involved people like Chris Rock. themselves. fish out of water. On the other "This (topic) isn't thematic hand, he knows his family is in the culture war. Religion is In other words, Gaffigan a very iffy business. As soon knows being religious is not a for therest of the series; it's thriving. The show merges his as you identify yourself as be- black mark per se but poten- just meant as a given that Jim reality and his comedy, which lieving something, you open tially an asset, a marketing is Catholic, he's friends with can raise the question: Who yourself to ridicule," he tells point — IF he can sell it right. the priest, is Catholic in an off- is he really making fun of?

90 percent of my friends are devout atheists. The message is: He believes in God; it's

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as a helicopter pilot who is searching for his

not that big of a deal. When

daughter during a massive

we were kids it didn't mat-

earthquake.

not clear he and his wife are

Monogamy ContInued from 01 "Interesting, i n trospective,

happily married D.C. professional," reads Jessie's profile on the new nonmonogamous

"There are positions in this

"Nothing about this is new. It's as old as the hills. What is new is that women are now also

being more adulterous — and sopeople are beginning to be more open about it." — Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist

dating site Open Minded. "I'm into building deep and loving keep a roof overtheir heads. and scarlet A's. It also reminds and aliveness ofbeinghuman." There's a long history of her of her f irst marriage, Open Minded isn't quite like married men sleeping around, which ended after an affair. Ashley Madison, the unapolo- Fisher said. And the romantic She hated the lying, the sneakgetic dating-for-cheaters ser- notion that relationships are ing around. This time, she vice that expects a billion-dol- anything but transactions is wanted to be more honest. lar valuation when it launches relatively recent — as is the In 2010, Jessie approached its impending IPO. It also isn't social expectation that both her husband with an idea she quite like mobile hook-up app people partner for life, to the called "ethical nonmonogamy." Tinder, where — according to exclusion of everyone else. They would stay together as one recent report — as many In fact, given the history each other's primary, lifelong as 40 percent of "singles" are and prevalence of nonmonog- partners, but they w ouldn't secretly ... not. amous relationships through- rule out other r elationships Instead, says Brandon Wade, out cultures, it's not scientifi- — as long as they happened the site's pragmatic, MIT-edu- cally correct to say the human openly. Jessie has shown her cated founder, Open Minded species mates or pairs for life. husband her profile on several is a new kind of dating site for Dogs mate for life. Beavers dating sites, including Open a newly mainstieam lifestyle: mate for life. Humans have Minded. When she r eturns one in which couples form very one-night stands, paramours from her weekly date with one real attachments, just not ex- and a 50 percent divorce rate. of her four extramarital partclusively with each other. He Fisher dubs it a "dual repro- ners, she tells him as much, or expects swingers, polysexuals ductive strategy": We'rebiologi- as little, as he likes. and experimental 20-some- callyprogrammed to formpairPublicly, no one k nows things to use his site. But he bonds, yes, but some people about this arrangement. gt's guesses that most of his 70,000 — many people — are also pro- why we have agreed to just use usersare people like Jessie: grammed to seek out variety. her first name in this story.) Those in committed, convenJust consider the number of Jessie doesn't plan to tell her tional relationships, who real- married men who have part- children, though she could see ize that, statistically speaking, ners outside of their marriage itcoming up one day.She and few modern couples stay with a — more than 40 percent in the her husband still have sex, still single person their whole lives. United States. (That's down, go to social functions, still cele"If you look at marriage, bythe way, frompast decades.) brate anniversaries. it developed as a s u r v ival Recent research suggests that But that whole thing about strategy and a means of rais- the network o f s e condary "the woman which hathan ing kids," Wade said. "But partners we developed in our husband is bound by the law relationships are no longer a cavemen days is still around ... so long as he liveth"'? To necessary component of life. on Facebook, where we poke that, Jessie says no thanks. People have careers and other and message as many as eight More and more women will interests — they can survive could-be partners in anticipa- make this choice or consider it, without them." tion of rainy days. Even Le- Fisher expects; it's in keeping That's not wrong, says Helen viticus tacitly permitted male with decadesofwidespread soFisher, a biological anthropolo- adultery, provided the act cial change and women's emgist and one of the world's lead- didn't involve a married lady. powerment. Just 30 years ago, "Nothing about this is new. when Jessie was in her 20s, the ing relationship researchers. In the caveman days, humans It's as old as the hills," Fish- average woman married at 23 teamed up in non-exdusive er said. "What is new is that and had her first child within pairs to protect their children. women are now also being the year. Her mother's generaLater, as people learned to plant more adulterous — and so tion didn't even leave the home. crops and settle in one place, people are beginning to be The majority simply raised marriagebecame a way for more open about it." kids, preached chastity and men to guarantee kids, and for Jessie doesn't like that word. finger-waved their hair. "That's all sliding away women — who couldn't push Adultery. It conjures images heavy plows or carry loads of of lipstick stains and burner from us," Fisher said. "We're crops to market — to eat and phones. Or worse, stonings shedding all these agricultural relationships that add to the joy

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million and went on to pull in a robust $186.7 miilion in the U.S. and Canada. However,more recently,tornado thriller "Into the Storm"

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debuted with $17.3 million in August 2014. Its total

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Microsoft's Cortana virtual assistant will be released later

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"I started creating these outfits that were

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ing full-blown character costumes in its theme parks. That policy, which was revised in October,now emphasizes actions over apparel. Disney's official list of prohibited activities includes "engaging with other guests or impeding the operation while posing as or portraying any character in costume."

a cosplay thing," Kay said. The company has embraced Kay, including her at a social-media superstar gathering alongside Grumpy Cat, quoting her in articles for the Disney Parks Blog and hiring her to work rtmDisney events.

Marshal Knight, a 19-yearold Disney World annual-pass — Leslle Kay holder from Tampa, mostly sees Disneybounders in groupsofteenagers orcollege threeyears ago,butshe didn't students at the theme parks, start it as a fashion statement. he said. His first attempt was The site originally was to Cruella De Vil. "channel our excitement" for a "It was very '40s-inspired. Disney World stores sell trip to Disney World, Kay said. ... Like she just jumped out of merchandise that could be They weren't all tied up in a Dick Tracy movie," he said. considered Disneybound ma- clothing. They were literally His ensemble included a black terials, particularly at f ashbound for Disney. ascot, metal belt and red but"I started creating these ton-down shirt. ion-forward outlets such as "I held like a fake white fur the Tren-D store at Downtown outfits that were based off of Disney. Disney characters, but what a vest everywhere," Knight said. For a visit to the Magic King- Disney character might wear "I thought I was going to wear dom last year, Michael Rubino, if they were a living person, it, but then I'm like ... wait, it's of Kissimmee, improvised and like your average teenager or September in Florida. So I just modernized a look for Sleep- 20-year-old," said Kay, 26. held it all day." "I didn't know it was going ing Beauty's beau. The look has expanded be"I did kind of a Prince Phil- to become a trend, but it very yond characters and into Dislip-but-dapper one, with a vest quickly became a thing in the ney rides and attractions. Ruand my cardigantied around Disney world," she said. bino said he has seen groups my neck for the cape," said Her site now has suggested with dresses designed to emuRubino, 26. "It was earlier on clothing options for dozens late the teacups of the Mad Tea before everyone was doing it of Disney characters, includ- Party ride, and he's mulling a so much. Everyone thought it ing princesses, dwarfs, Remy sartorial salute to Maelstrom, was really cool and wanted to (pink tennis shoes for toes), the recently shuttered Epcot take pictures and stuff."

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attraction, for a future event.

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He and Bischoff, 29, aChicago fertility nurse, released astatement saying they've "amicably decided to end their relationship" and "part with nothing but respect andadmiration for one another." In a recent interview, "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison acknowledged that seeking the limelight after the show might not be the best for a newrelationship. "I don't begrudge anybody for taking advantage of any opportunity.... It's good money to be on'Dancing with the Stars.' But, the couples that havebeen successful, you know they got what they camefor and now I'm out of here. ... I always tell them, 'Let the show... Iet the experience enhance your life, don't let it changeyour life.' Those that really allow it to change your lives, it's tough." ABC just beganairing "The Bachelorette," with Kaitlyn Bristowe (who competed for Soules' affection last season on "TheBachelor") looking for a suitor amongeligible males.

work's soon-to-debut "Comp lications," Z i m mer w o n ' t be watching the "UnREAL"

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Dear Abby:I'm a teenager and the same thing. I want to grow up fast. My boyIf you make it out of high school friend, "Jared," and I are very se- — many pregnant girls don't — the rious, and we want to have a baby. kind of jobs you'll be prepared for I know that sounds crazy, but we won't pay much. If Jared suddenly talk about it all the time and we're discovers he isn't up to the responready for it. sibilities of f a t herAs much as I want hood — and believe all this, I'm afraid I me, it has happened DEAR o p«many times — you ABBY vide for the baby. I will h ave g reater have been d i stant from Jared because I don't know how to tell him I'm not

totally sure. He'll be disappointed after all we've discussed. I need to

know what to do and say. I need answers. — Future Young Mom in Pennsylvania

Dear Future Young Mom: You and Jared may be intent on growing up fast, but believe me, having a child at your age is a guaranteed way to slow you down. Once a baby is here, the baby's needs will supersede yours until he or she is no longer a minor. You are wise to

worry about how you will provide for any baby you bring into this world, and Jared should be doing

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my" — Derek (Patrick Dempsey) largely was off the radar for a while, but he's back in a very big way in "How to Save aLife," written by series creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes. Upon seeing a major car accident, he goes on instinct in rushing over to treat victims. The outcome of this story generated much comment from viewers when it first aired last month. 8 p.m. on 6, "Person of Intersst" —The names may change, but the characters remain the same in "Panopticon." Trying to

avoid being locatedandpossi-

bly eliminated by the insidious system Samaritan, Reese (Jim Caviezel) and the other team members adopt new identities. It can be hard to escape your past, though,sinceThe Machine retains elements of who they were — and Samaritan could track those.

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going to be for those who love reality shows. Are they going

Marti really emphasize that the show is not a satire of an- to be scared and sad that this Monday. other show. They've created is really what's going on, or a lot I could relate to in this B ased on the short f i l m their own world, and it's real- do we all know in our heart of c haracter," c onfirms L i f e "Sequin Raze" by Sarah Ger- ly more about exploring the hearts that's it's not real, and time-movie staple Appleby, trude Shapiro — who's over- characters, the people who we just like to watch for the "but at the same time, she's seeing the L i f etime series make reality television and drama?" really c h allenging. She's with TV veteran Marti Noxon their own personal struggles Those familiar with Apple- good at manipulating peo("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") with it, as opposed to taking by and Zimmer's work are ple to do what she needs, but "UnREAL" casts Apple- down any specific show." likely to see their "UnREAL" it makes her feel ugly and by as Rachel, a sympathetic Still, Zim m e r say s roles as crystallizations of the dirty about herself." Zimmer producer on a show called "UnREAL's" peek behind the kinds of characters they're adds the hope that the audi"Everlasting," which is ruled curtain of reality programs known for: i n A p p leby's ence "loves to hate or hates with an iron fist and sharp was "one of the many reasons case, the person who always to love" her own character: tongue by demanding execu- I was so excited to do the show. wants to do the right thing "She's doing a job and she tive producer Quinn (played I don't really watch reality despite opposing circumstanc- has to get the job done, come by Zimmer). television, but it was fun to be es ... and in Z i mmer's, the hell or high water. I love these "When I read the (pilot) able to play this character who high-powered "Type A" who powerful women who are script," Appleby reflects, "it embodies what supposedly is won't let emotions get in the making such a resurgence on wasn't like anything I've ever going on behind-the-scenes. way of sheer ambition. television." "I definitely felt there was been a part of, or have ever I'm so curious about how it's Also featured in USA Netthe heart of the fictional bachelor, "UnREAL" p r emieres

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Upas Ave. Inc. 541-504-1338 Windermere Jesse Lepez, •Model Home Central Oregon Principal Broker 14720 Lichen Way • Single level home rdd Real Estate 541-420-9535 $179,900. 3 bedroom, •4 Bdrm, 2 bath 2 bath, 1755 sq. ft., $549,900 Spectacular Fred Real Estate Group •3 Car garage double garage. High MORRIS views - Price reduced! •High end fixtures and $622,000 Lakes Realty & Prop•4152 sq.ft. open living REAL ESTATE finishes River Frontage erty Man a gement space ~ y~ ~ ~ d •Many plans and lots • 1805 sq.ft. and 624 541-536-0117 •Custom home, 3 level Lisa Hart, Broker sq.ft. studio $289,900 of high end finishes 541-788-2278 1502 NE 4th St. Redcar garage Home and Land • Formal dining and liv ••Dbl mond. $170,000. On Windermere 500 ft. of river frontage acres near Sunriing room Central Oregon Redmonds NE side ~2.58 Gated community ver •Huge great room and •~2.9 Real Estate close to bypass and •RV acres garage and greenmassive master suite Janelle hwy access, shop- house Christensen, with deck $337,900 ping an d h o s pital•Single level home Broker 541-815-9446 21171 Ritz Bea Leach, Broker /medical facilities, is •Fenced & cross fenced Windermere •3110 sq.ft., 5 bdrm, 2.5 541-788-2274 this c o ttage s t y le Central Oregon 168 bath. Windermere home built in 2004. It Eric541-771-'I Real Estate Andrews, Broker dTriple garage, huge Central Oregon boasts 1030 sq.ft of Windermere bonus room/loft Real Estate living space, 3 bdrm, $625,000 Awbrey Butte Central Oregon •Open floor plan. 2 bath, and a double Call The Bulletin At Home Real Estate 541-771-1168 garage with alley ac•3585 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 4 541-385-5809 Eric Andrews, Broker cess. Just bought a new boat? bath Windermere Place Your Ad Or E-Mail Jesse Lepez, Sell your old one in the acres Central Oregon Principal Broker At: www.bendbulletin.com •0.39 classifieds! Ask about our • Custom home located Real Estate 541-420-9535 Super Seller rates! on Awbrey Butte $55,000 Wilt Road Fred Real Estate Group 541-385-5809 3 bdrm, 2 bath home on • 11.25 acres secluded ~V!ews of Smith Rock, 15470 Emerald Dr. 1 acre, 720 sq. ft. ga- • Recreational property Pilot Butte, Bend and $289,900 Quiet Redmond $194,500. 1924 sq. ft., rage/shop, with 300 off the grid Cul-de-sac 3bedroom, 2 bath on ~2512 sq.ft. home with sq. ft. carport. Nicely • Please call listing bro- ~4 car garage Tony Levison, Broker 5 acres. High Lakes den/office landscaped with ker for directions Realty 8 Pr o perty•Master on main, bo541-977-1852 541-410-1200 f enced y ar d a n d Windermere Management nus room, 4 bdrm 2 wrap-around decks. Bill Kammerer, Broker 541-536-0117 Central Oregon Windermere dining rooms, garage Heat pump and appliReal Estate incl u ded. Central Oregon with shop, patio and ances $154,900Real Estate $129,900. firepit Quality Living MLS201501579 62655 County Line. Pri•55+ community Tony Levison, Broker $559,000 - Elegant vate farm in Alfalfa, Call Nancy Popp, 541-977-1852 •Cascade mtn views Living Principal Broker 2390 sq . f t . , 64 •Open kitchen with 3 Windermere • 55+ community within 541-815-8000 acres/51 irr i gated Central Oregon pantries Eagle Crest Crooked River Realty •Linnea hardwood acres, 4 bedrooms, 3 •Cul-de-sac Real Estate bath, large shop and •Clubhouse and pool 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2456 sq. flooring barn. Barn has fin$299,000 Great •Surrounding deck • Gourmet kitchen ft. w14.66 acre/13.20 ished bunk h ouse. Location! Susan Pitarro, Broker •Crown molding acres irrigation. Bo• 1865 sq.ft., 4 bdrm, 2.5 $700,000 More info? 541-410-8084 .Wainscot in dining Text 52187 to 35620. b ath, office, h a r d nus room w/seperate Susan Pitarro, Broker Windermere wood and upgrades entry, stainless steel Scott McLean, PrinciCentral Oregon 541-410-8084 Broker •Granite and stainless appliances, solar depal Real Estate Windermere sign generates 20% 541-408-6908. Realty in kitchen Central Oregon 16065 SW Alfalfa Rd., •Private oasis electricity. MLS¹ Executives Real Estate Powell Butte. Great 201504013 $449,900 Jillian Smith, location i n P o w ell Pam Lester, Princ. Broker NW Gerke Rd., 674 NE Seward, Bend. Butte!!! 40 acre farm, Broker, Century 21 563 503-913-5076 Prineville. Wonderful In the heart of Mid17 acres i rrigation, Gold Country Realty, horse property. 2280 t own, 1682 sq . f t . Windermere 1560 sq. ft. manufacInc. 541-504-1338 Central Oregon sq. ft. main home, 4 home, 3 bedrooms, tured home, s hop/ Real Estate edroom, 2 bat h , 1.5 bath, living room barn, new large pond. $449,000 - Crest Ridge b horse barn w/3 stall and f a mily r o o m, $425,000. More info? 2 bdrm., 1.5 ba., 1174 •C ountry living on 5 setup, 2 car carport, walk-in c l oset in Text 52192 to 35620. sq. ft., located in 55+ Acres open kitchen, master bedroom, deScott McLean Princi- community, p antry, •3 Car garage with shop large gara g e , garden area, 6.5 acre t ached Broker gas fireplace & AC. and storage pal den/office, big fenced treed lot, large de541-408-6908 Realty A cross f ro m g o l f•Professional landscape tached garage/shop, backyard, large back Executives course in Redmond. •Deck fenced and irrigated deck. $250,000. More MLS¹ 201 5 0 1015 Mike Wilson, Broker 16549 Wayne Dr. pastures. $350,000. info? Text 52195 to 541-977-5345 Pam M ore i n fo ? Te x t 35620, Scott McLean $295,900. 16.7 9 $169,999. Windermere Lester, Princ. Broker, Brok e r a cres, 1702 sq. f t . 52185 to 35620. Scott P rincipal C entury 2 1 Gol d Central Oregon horse property. High McLean, Pr i n cipal 541-408-6908 Realty Real Estate Country Realty, Inc. Lakes Realty & Prop- 541-504-1338 Broker 541-408-6908 Executives erty Man a gement Realty Executives $469,000 Spectacular 541-536-0117 - Waterfront lot 2 Master Suites, 1 up/1 View $579,000 Powell Butte $69,000 •1.24 acre with septic 182 acres on the John d own, 4 b d rm, 3 .5 •On Deschutes River Lp. approval Day river, borders b ath, 2369 sq . f t . , rim •Great NW neighbor•On a paved road BLM, LOP tags, irri- h ardwood floo r s, •3 Bdrm, 2 bath hood • Community park and granite counters, RV •Deck overlooks the •U pdated,new "stuff" g ation, springs, 2 boat ramp 2 blocks river homes, shop, orchard, p arking, fenced & •Spacious rooms, 4 ~4 Miles to Sunriver Rebunkhouse and a 21 landscaped. Pick your •2.5 acres, RV parking bdrm, 2 fireplaces sort s pace R V par k . colors! $27 9 ,000. and A/C Tony Weinmann, 541-410-1200 Mike Wilson, Broker $825,000. CALL MLS¹201406397 Call Broker Bill Kammerer, Broker 541-977-5345 DUKE WARNER RE- Pam Lester, Principal 541-706-1820 Windermere Broker, Century 21 Windermere ALTY, DAYVILLE AT Windermere Central Oregon Central Oregon 541-987-2363. MLS: Gold Country Realty, Central Oregon Real Estate Inc. 541-504-1338 Real Estate 201407546 Real Estate 1957 SF 3 bdrm, 2 bath on 1.35 acres. Chef's kitchen, h a r dwood floors, plush carpet, butcher block kitchen island. Mtn views, dbl garage/carport, shop, storage building, living 8 family rooms. MLS201409758 $219,900. Nancy Popp, Principal Broker 541-815-8000. Crooked River Realty $242,500 Meadow Lakes •Updated 1876 s q.ft. home •0.22 acre large lot, granite, wood and tile •Kitchen with pantry •Golf, library and park 541-410-1200 Bill Kammerer, Broker Windermere Central Oregon Real Estate $245,000. VIEWS ~4.69 acres •Horse property, needs well and COIC irriga tion •Public riding trails Bea Leach, Broker •

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Building will be for Complete Listings of area and tack room bath, 1385 sq.ft., open bdrms. & 2.4 baths, stained ceiling window g ranite counters updated and move-in empty and debris and p rovide p lenty o f great room floor plan, situated on 2+ acres 8 Classic Black B u tte •Large gourmet cooks ighlight thi s s p a ready, shop with 220 personal pr o pertyArea Real Estate for Sale ranch house. Fully kitchen space for your ani- hot tub & many up- w/1.43 acres of com- h cious kitchen. Great and a lot large enough hauled away prior to Better than brand new- furnished, 3 bedroom, ~Thermadore stove, sub mals or toys. 4 Bdrm, grades. $ 2 2 5,000. mon a rea, h o r se master with bath fully for all the toys. Come close of escrow. Ex- move in ready! Slab 2 bath, 1237 sq. ft., zero fridge, cherry 2.5 bath, 2298 sq.ft. MLS¹ 201402779 property! Don't miss t iled, jetted tu b 8 l ook! C a l l Ka t h y isting bone pile will granite c o unter out! 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E xecutive home o n south deck, great for outhot tub, new dnveway Where can you find 8 Canyon Creek. 7 tim• Custom 4555 sq.ft. for RV, nicely landDesert Sky, 2 story year-around peaceful door entertaining Affordable Bend condo. s caped, 8 more. home fenc e d, setting. Inside wel- •Clubhouse/rec. room, home. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 bered acres south of Louis 2 master suites, 2.5 sprinkled. Peggy helping hand? R. Hoffman, • Unobstructed CasJohn Day. 3 bedroom, Lee bath, 1504 sq.ft., main pool, tennis courts, comes you with an inbaths, 1650 sq. ft., C ombs, 2.5 bath, 2801 sq. ft. Principal Broker cade views Brok e r level master, great golf and park From contractors to viting great r o om, large great r o om, 541-480-7653 John L - Mobile • Horse barn, 2 hay pl a n . bonus room, attached 541-480-8130 large stone fireplace, •High Lakes Elemen- yard care, it's all here r oom f l oo r wood burning f ire- Scott Realty, Bend barns, shop arage, landscaped. RE/MAX Key Properties $269,900. MLS¹ tary, Cascade Middle cedar throughout and spacious place, • MLS 201408573 419,000. CALL 201501571 the ability to sleep 8. and Summit H i gh kitchen, double car Big Awbrey Butte jn The Bujjetin'8 D UKE WAR N E R Need help fixing stuff? Craig Long, Broker Lynn Johns, An easy bike or walk School Craftsman home. garage, seasonal outDAYVILLE AT Call A Service Professional 541-480-7647 Principal Broker, "Call A Service to G laze M e adow Rinehart, Dempsey door pool, clubhouse, Ad ¹1112 541-987-2363. MLS: find the help you need. 541-408-2944 and Phelps makes this home a year-round hot tub. TEAM Birtola Garmyn Professional" Directory 201304288 Central Oregon 541-480-5432 www.bendbulletin.com perfect retreat! 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It's the easiest • MLS 201502497 Greg Floyd PC, Broker fenced backyard, inThe Bulletin's "Call a 541-390-5349 way in the world to sell. cludes riding l awn Craig Smith, Broker 541-322-2417 Service Professional" mower, push mower The Bulletin Classified a nd w ee d ea t e r Directory 541-385-5809 $219,000. MLS 541-385-5809 201503271 Juniper Realty MORRIS Contemporary prairie in MORRIS 541-504-5393 Three Pines. Stun- Custom single level in REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ning Cascade views Redmond. 3 bdrm, 2 hd y R~y ~ M ~ 926 NW 19th St., Redfrom both levels of b ath, 1742 s q . f t . IM p W dy ~ ~ O~ 4 Breathtaking Cascade mond. $220,000. Lo- Awbrey Butte Home. this custom home. $279,000. V a u lted M tn. V i ews. 2 . 2 3 Private .22-acre lot o pen f l oo r pla n cated in Canyon Rim This home b o asts h o r ses/ani- adjacent to conserva- w/huge kitchen, .20 Village, just b locks nearly 3600 sq. ft.! acres, mals okay, 3 b e d- tion land. Exceptional acre fenced lot, landfrom the Dry Canyon. room floor plan, room, 2 bath manu- quality w/ This charming crafts- Great s o a ring scaped w/sprinklers, 3 has a sunken living factured home, 3-car Jeld-Wen windows, 8' car garage, RV area, man style home was room, as well as a detached built in 2002. Great master suite and 2 solid-core doors, wool gas fireplace & AC, garage/shop, nestled carpeting, h i gh-end gorgeous r e dwood open floor plan with a bedrooms downstairs. in-between Bend & big feel, it has 1800 details t h r oughout. deck, hot tub 8 perCALL Sisters, Sisters school Dream kitchen-Wolf gola. Kathy Denning, sq.ft. of living space, 3 $489,000. Unlike unregulated Internet advertising, we make every S KJERSAA district. $199,900. An- cooktop, walk-in pan- Broker 541-480-4429 bdrm, 2 bath, vaulted TERRY 541 - 383-1426. g ie C o x , Bro k er try. 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• Charming & private horse set-up • 2 replacement homes allowed • 5 acres K-Line irrigated • Outdoor arena & large shop • Mature shade & fruit trees

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Promise Land $275,000 Resort Living at Eagle River Rim $544,900 • 1812 sq.ft. Crest. 3 b drm, 2.5 • 2642 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath b ath, 1931 sq . f t . , • 5 bedroom, 3 bath,

Single level living Awbrey Butte. S ingle level living open floor • Fenced backyard single level home, ex- 3-car garage plan, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 • MLS 201504125 • Custom features tra large master bdrm. bath, awesome views, Rachel Lemas, Broker w/wall of closet space, throughout many possibilities ex541-896-1263 .44 acres & a large • MLS 201503323 ist for the 1200 sq. ft. private back deck, 3 Grant Ludwick, Broker a ccessible gue s t car garage, gas fire541-633%255 quarters. Beautifully designed w/medical place, solid surface c ounters, frid g e, amenities & seperate did washer & dryer inentrance. C o l leen MORRIS cluded! Heat Dillingham, B r oker, REAL ESTATE 541-788-9991 John L pump/central AC. Ed MORRIS ydd ~mlyd Green, Principal BroScott Realty, Bend REAL ESTATE ker 541 - 598-5666 IM~ dy ~ ~ dy y d Small irrigated acreage Rare opportunity on John L Scott Realty, to town. Cute as river! 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MLS: wine room, detached gacave & stained 201405006 SE Bend, glass, 36'X36' garage rage with a ttached acreage. with car life & 36'X36' 980 sq. ft. 1 bedroom 4.81 acres, 4 b e dReduced $198,000barn, 36'X20' carport bunkhouse. $650,000 rooms, 3 bath, den/ofSisters Getaway & 3 6 'X18' s e cond M ore i n fo ? Te x t fice, master on main, IM~ yl y ~ ~ d y « d 52184 to 35620. Scott triple g a rage 8 •Cute 2 bdrm towngarage. Just bought a new boat? McLean, Pr i ncipal barn/shop. house www.johnlscott.com/4 Want to impress the •Fenced yard Sell your old one in the 6734. Violeta Sdrulla, Broker 541-408-6908. www.johnlscott.com/4 classifieds! Ask about our relatives? Remodel •Great location 5436. $519,900. TerP rincipal Brok e r Realty Executives Super Seller rates! esa Brown, Broker your home with the •Rental or hideaway 541-419-3522 John L SE Bend $285,000 541-385-5809 541-788-8661 John L help of a professional Tom Weinmann, Broker Scott Realty, Bend • 1675 sq.ft. 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• $498,500 River Rim Craftsman • 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2925 SF • For more info text LADD20 to 88000

• $439,000 • 2 bed, 3.5 bath, 2713 sq. ft, 40 Acre • For more info text LADD6 to 88000

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• $185,000 • .33 acre lot w/ amazing city views • For more info. text LADD2 to 88000

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• 3 & 4 bedroom units • Luxury vacation homes • Backing 18th hole of the Nicklaus Course • Fully furnished, deeded; 4-14 weeks/year • Whole & fractional ownership opportunities • 1/12 interest shares starting at $12,000 eb Tebbs, Owner/CEO/Broker j 541-4194553 debtebbsgroup@bendluxufyhomes.com www.debtebbsgroup.com

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• .79acre lot • Exclusive gated golf community • Situated above scenic Jack Nicklaus Course • Fabulous Cascade Mountain & Smith Rock views • Ultimate in amenities and minutes to Bend • Seller will pay $115,000 Membership Fee MLS¹201500169 Myra Girod, Principal Brokerl 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker l 541-788-6767

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New construction 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2041 SF 3-car garage Buy now and add upgrades Oregon Water Wonderland Walk to Big Deschutes Paved roads, boat dock MLS¹201504111

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• 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2430 SF • .87 acre lot • Single level with large master suite • Living room, family room & bonus room • 2-car garage with shop area • Handicap accessible MLS¹201503711

Greg arnwell, Broker l 541-848-7222 gbarn50@yahoo.com

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• 2440 SF single level • 3 bedroom, 2 bath + office • .26 acre lot surrounded by common area • Fully upgraded and move in ready! • Must experience the setting! MLS¹201504811 '

• Living room, family room & bonus room • Formal and casual dining areas • Huge kitchen with cherry cabinets • Great floor plan and room sizes CJ Neumann, Brokerl 541-410-3710 or Lisa Lamberto, Brokerl 541-610-9697www.CJLisa.com

Brandon & Jodi Kearney, Brokersl 541-693-4019

• 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1540 SF • 2 buildable lots • 4 irrigated acres • Fenced pasture • Mountain views • Borders canal, minutes from town MLS¹201407613 Bobby Lockrem, Brokerl 541-480-2356

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• 9.38 acre parcel • 3 bedroom, 2 bath • Large barn with shop area, corral area • Reclaimed wood and knotty cedar accents, vaulted and beamed ceilings • Mountain views, Sisters School District MLS¹201501643 Joanne McKee, Broker l 541-480-5159

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3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths 3022 SF, .49 acre 2-car garage with heated shop/bonus room Custom Solaire built energy efficient, ADA complianthome with RV parking, dump and hook-ups • Quiet cul-de-sac in a great neighborhood MLS¹201501526

• 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • 2994 SF, .30 acres • 3-car garage w/storage room • Large office & bonus room • Light,bright & sunny,great room concept • High end finishes throughout, large lot • Cedar siding & copper gutters • Water feature Silvia Knight, Brokerl 541-788-4861

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3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths Move-in ready 2594 SF, .50 acre Newly completed single level home Huge 3-car garage, office and flex room Earth Advantage "Gold" certified home 40-year roof, flat driveway, covered patio

MLS¹201503261 Silvia Knight, Broker, ABR, SFR, Green 541-788-4861 l bendluxuryhomes@gmail.com

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• 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath + bonus room Beautiful remodel on Rjl quiet cul-de-sac • Dream kitchen, master bath, floors, etc. • Master 8I additional bedroom/office on main • Offeredatonly $739,900 M L S ¹ 201 504881 Laura Blossey, Brokerl 949-887-4377 www.experiencebendliving.com

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• Great room plan saa lEil. • Beautiful finishes • Office, family room, & home theater • Fabulous main level master suite • Beautifully landscaped with outdoor fireplace • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 3982 SF MLS¹201503986 The Norma DuBoisand Julie Moe Team, Brokers 541-312-4042 l www.TeamNormaAndJulie.com

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• Custom kitchen with butler pantry, 5 acres • Outdoor entertaining with stone fireplace • RV/Shop withgame room above MLS¹201504660

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• 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 3138 SF • Masteron m ain • Open floor plan, 30' vaulted great room

• Single Level • Hardwood floors • Fabulous gourmet kitchen • Great room, family room & office • Private master with luxurious bath • 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3319 SF MLS¹201503916

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• 4696 SF, .53 acre • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, den • Mostly single level living with bonus up • Stunning great room & kitchen • Full tee to green vistas of the 1st hole MLS¹201500011

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Borders gov't land Pivot irrigation ~gy.Stunning home .; >-.'=:-r ::: "':",,: - . Km e Top quality finishes 4291 SF, 3 bedroom, 4 bath;Cascade Mountain views • Outdoor living area with fireplace • 80x120 indoor arena M LS¹ 2 0 1 408630

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Ron Davis, Principal Brokerl 541-480-3096

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• Ranch at the Canyons • Tuscan living • Open house Wednesday - Sunday 1-5pm • www.ranchatthecanyons.com MLS¹201503224 Patrick Ginn, Principal Broker l 541-886-5534 patrick@ranchatthecanyons.com

• Cascade Mtn views with unmatchedseclusion • 280 acres w/95 acres irrigation • Custom main home 4416 SF

4 bed, 5.5 bath •Guesthom e:1850 SF,3bed,2bath • Barn with office, gated paved driveway,LOPtags • Varied topography, 2 canyons, 2stocked ponds • Recreational lifestyle property minutes from Bend www.boxsranch-johnsonrdbend.com ML S ¹201306094 Pam Mayo-Phillips, 541-480-1513 or BrookHavens, 541-604-0788, Principal Brokersl www.deseftvalleygroup.com


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• Affordable cabin! • 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 908 SF • Light & bright open floor plan • Updated kitchen with maple cabinets & granite • Thermostat controlled gas rock fireplace • Near mall, SHARC and pathway MLS¹201504815 Myra Girod, Principal Broker j 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker j 541-788-6767

• Build your dream on this 1.52 acre westside homesite with mature landscape & impressive Cascade views • Generous oversized lot offers privacy and flexibility • Situated in a cul-de-sac location with expansive views • Close proximity to river trail, neighborhood park & downtown Shelly Swanson, Broker j 541-408-0086

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• 1310 SF home • .32 acre lot • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths • Garage and carport • Plenty of RV parking MLS¹201504849 Jacquie Sebulsky, Broker j 541-280-4449 Michele Anderson, Broker j 541-633-9760 jacqui esebulsky@gmai.com l michelevanderson@hotmai.com

• G orgeous quali ty townhomes on the westside • These are higher end townhomes • 3 bedrooms plus an of fice/den • 2732 SF with an oversized 2-car garage • Main level master, stainless steel appliances, tanklesshot water,AC • 4100 SF clubhouse with a nice pool • Close to shopping, schools, river & trails MLS¹201409173 Mary Stratton, GRI Broker j 541-419-6340 maryselhms@gmail.com

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19360 Brookside Way • Move-in ready • Beautifully designed • Exceptional natural light & sun exposure • Wonderful entertaining areas • Close proximity to National Forest Land • Near shopping, several world class golf courses on the way to Mt. Bachelor and near the trail system MLS ¹ 2 0 1504131 Shelly Swanson, Brokerj 541-408-0086

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• Stunning Cascade mountain views •20acresattheendoftheroad • Secluded setting in the trees • CUP approved, area of good wells • Standard septic feasibility approved • Wonderful opportunity to build your dream home MLS¹201408109

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19769 Chicory Ave. • 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2732 SF • Gourmet kitchen, office, 3-car garage • New interior & exterior paint and carpet • Great backyard with large paver patio • Community pools,park,tennis,clubhouse

• Homes from $454,750 • Riverfront from $819,750 • Exquisitely finished • Low maintenance living • 7th Mountain amenities • Conveniently located

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• 2763 SF, .15 acre • 3 bedroom, 3 bath + den+ bonus • 4-car garage, Tour of Homes™ winner • Highly upgraded, A/C, central vac • Borders common area, covered rear patio • Bridges amenities MLS¹201502937

• Inspired by mountain contemporary design & modern architecture • Build your vision and dream home in this highly sought after westside neighborhood • Dedicated custom building envelope • .31 acres backing to a common green belt space • 62665 Big Sage Way, Lot 48 • Proudly offered at $525,000

Stephanie Ruiz, Brokerj 541-948-5196

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• Beautiful setting • Golf course views • Great room with new stack stone fireplace • Large kitchen with island & breakfast nook • Luxurious & private main level master • 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2597 SF MLS¹201504692

• 5 bedroom, 5 bath, 2755 SF • Turnkey furnished • Has history as a great rental property • Extra-la rge deck w/enclosed hot tub • Near Woodlands Golf Course & North Pool MLS¹201500516

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19690 Aspen Ridge Drive Lot 29 • Great room design with 3 bedrooms on the main floor • 4th bedroom could be den/office plus flex space • Wonderful entertaining kitchen • Overlooks community park and pool • Close proximity to schools & Old Mill District • Prices starting at $569,990 MLS¹201503190 Shelly Swanson, Broker j 541-408-0086

• VIEWS & 2.27 acres • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2493 SF • Master on main with walk-in closets & more • Large upstairs loft family room with views! • Great kitchen, light & bright! • Office/Shop/3-car attached, convenient location MLS¹201500641 Jodi Satko, Broker j 541-550-0819 satkosellsoregon©gmall.com

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20217 Sawyer Reach Ct. • Rich-toned oak hardwood floors • Custom distressed kitchen cabinetry • Slab granite counters • Pro quality SS appliances • Montana stone fireplace • Main house -3 bds, 2.5 ba, 2450SF • Guest quarters - 2 bds, 1 bath, 788 SF • MLS¹201301856

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• 4000 SF of luxury living! • M asteron main,3 suites & 3.5 baths • Gourmet kitchen with large dining room • Additional building with 1680 SF office, studio and more! • Large shop 8c 2-car garage • 4.7 easy care acres, gated & fenced odi Satko, Broker j 541-550-0819

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• 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath • 3-car garage • River and Cascade Mtn views • Good solar orientation with two decks! MLS¹201405873 Carmen A. Cook, Broker j 541-480-6491 carmenanncook©gmail.com

• Built by Timberline Construction ' of Bend • DesignedbyBrandonOlin • This contemporaryhome featu res3bedrooms,3baths • Complete with abonusroom andden/off ice •Buil ttoEarthAdvantageandEnergyStarstandards • Triple cargarage • Near clubhouse, trails anddowntown Bend,call for additional details MLS¹201503923

• NW Contemporary design built by Madrone Construction LLC • Situated on an elevated homesite with mtn. views • Designed as a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath with main level master suite • Bonus room plus a triple car garage • Close proximity to clubhouse, trails and downtown Bend • Call for additional details and pricing MLS¹201503914

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Huge mountain views 19 ac, 4550 SF home Stunning home In ground swimming pool, waterfalls • Detached garage, RV bay, guest quarters • Horsesetup,fenced,loafing shed MLS¹201501565 www.60470ArnoldMarketRoad.co Robin L. Yeakel Broker j 541-408-0406 www.robinyeakel.com

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Call Ainslie Reynolds see. attached 2 car g a- CALL $449 , 500.16206 Hawks Lair. 4 DUKE at 541-410-1054 or rage and c overed WARNER R E A LTY • • a www.johnlscott.com/5 bdrm, 2 ii2 bath, 3304 Shannon 1003. Pa t B a x ter, sq. ft. 2 ga r age. front porch to enjoy DAYVILLE AT McNeil-Jones at Broker 541-551-5729 the quiet evenings. 541-987-2363. MLS: 5 41-550-9088. R e - John L Scott Realty, $299,900. High Lakes Then for all of your 5 201208278 Realty & P r o perty • Max Key Properties Bend toys, a 36x50 shop Management with 14ft doors, comStunning single level. Well maintained 2 story 541-536-0117 piete with 200 amp New construction in home in N W R e d- 1 6212 Lave D r . service. Insulated and NW Crossing with de- mond. 2038 sq. ft., 3 $114,900. 1288 sq. ft., finished walls. This signer finishes bdrm., 2.5 ba., mas- fenced, greenhouse. home has tons of ext hroughout. 2 b e d - ter on main. 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Oarage Sales Shop, + Mo u ntain 541-728-3222 room home is located ter suites, 2.5 bath- $169,000. High Lakes Views! This is a great in a n es t ablished rooms and an open Realty 8 NMLS¹201036 Garage Sales p roperty wit h s e Pr o perty neighborhood on Aw- floor plan all on a cor- Management cluded but central loKent.Neumann©academymortgage.com brey Butte. Open floor ner l ot . Garage Sales $ 2 7 4,500 541-536-0117 c ation. Custo m plan w it h cu s tom BROOK CRI- 16784 Brenda Drive. kitchen with nice apcabinetry 8 designer CALL Find them AZZO AT pliances and island, finishes. $650,000 541-550-8408 344,900. 3 b d r m, OR $1743 in pantry and more. Tile CALL TERRY AUBRE C HESHIRE sq. ft. w/custom flooring, custom railThe Bulletin SKJERSAA AT AT upgrades. High Lakes 541 598-4583. ings, huge master 541-383-1426. MLS: MLS: P r o perty 2015 0 2144 Realty & Classifieds suite with large tiled 201502300 Duke Duke Warner Realty Management Tytell Hobbs Karen Simpson-Hankins shower, large walk-in Warner Realty 541-536-0117 541-385-5809 closet, custom vanity Loan Officer Loan Officer West Hills home and 20510 Jacklight Lane. and more. Well landTerrebonne $179,900 lot. 3 bedroom, 3 bath $499,500. 5 bdrm/ 3 P owerline 541-771-1545 541-420-5736 Rd. • 1440 sq.ft., 2 bedscaped with a water custom home w i th bath, 3474 sq. ft., built $ 79,000. 1 0 ac r e feature, iron custom room, 2 bath NMLS¹461657 NMLS¹272837 a djoining .2 6 lo t . in '06, High Lakes wooded parcel. High fencing, fruit trees and • 3.5 miles to Smith O pen space w i t h Tyrell . Hobbs©academymortgage.com Karen.Simpsonhankins@academymortgage.com Lakes Realty & PropRealty & Pr o perty a great patio for enRock, Cascade views views. $65 0 ,000. erty Man agement tertaining. • .23 acre, fenced, cor36' x 4 0' CALL JAYNE BECK Management 541-536-0117 541-536-0117 barn has nice sliding ner lot AT 541-480-0988 OR • MLS 201503932 doors for horse runs VAN DEUSEN 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath Manu- This is a v e r y w e ll and it is wood that Erica Patchen, Broker PETE f actured home o n maintained triple wide matches the house, in AT 541 480-3538. 541-480-4825 MLS: 2014 0 6052 1.10 acres in Ponde- with f o rmal l i ving close proximity to the rosa Pines. Home has room, family room,8 1 20'x200' Duke Warner Realty cus t o m Ariel Peterson Chelsea Callicot!: a Ramada Roof, cov- formal dining room. People Look for Information ered front and back Very spacious kitchen fenced area. 40'x60' Loan Officer Loan Officer shop has RV friendly About Products and deck. Detached 2 car with oak cabinets, 2 doors and concrete 541-410-4162 541-585-8506 pantries, separate hot MORRIS Services Every Daythrough garage and a covfloor along with lots of water tank, 8 t r ash REAL ESTATE NMLS¹ 978500 NMLS¹ 1027976 ered carport and RV The Sulletin Classiffeds to park and turn dOp ~ c over. V e r y wel l compactor. Very large area Chelsea.Callicottoacademymortgage.com Ariel.Peterson@academymortgage.com v ehicles around i n master suite with priCh a r mer. maintained. $119,000 vate bath. Has a heat front of t h e s h op. Terrific SW neighbor- Westside bungalow- MLS 201503410 hood near the Old Charming pump, 1764 sq. ft. ga- Property adjoins pubsq. ft., 3 bdrm., Cascade Realty, lands so horses Mill. 2724 sq. ft., great 1618 Dennis Haniford, Princ. rage. Holds 3 cars, lic 1 ba. RM zoned lotroom floorplan w/3 fenced .13 acres, de- Broker storage & 2 rooms in don't have t o be bedrooms, huge bo- t ached garage 8 1-541-536-1731 back for shop or what trailered. Asking only BEND REDMOND 4709 nus room and den/of- workshop area, fresh e ver y o u nee d . $599,500. Sunny Sage Way, fice option. Meticu2 bedrm, 1 bath manu- $235,000 803 Southwest Industrial Way ¹201 1033 Southwest Highland Avenue MLS new hardwood f actured home o n 201503447 Redmond. Call lously maintained and paint, floors. Barbara Jack1.07 acres. Built in Heather Hockett, PC, lots of extras! Close to son, Cascade Realty, Pine Ridge Elemen- 541-306-8186 Broker 1974, 854 sq ft,with a Dennis Haniford, Princ. Broker, Century 21 • • i • Gold Country Realty, tary, river trails & Ramada Roof, 2 Car Broker www.jackson-ander541-420-9151 Detached G a r age. Brookswood p l aza. son.com John L Scott 541-536-1731 MLS ¹399,900. CALL ROB Realty, Bend. $69,500. 201503180 Cascade EGGERS AT 541-815-9780 OR Where else can you find Realty, Dennis HaniKATRINA SWISHER 10 acres of gorgeous ford, Princ. Broker AT 541 - 420-3348. land just minutes from 541-536-'I 731 MLS: 201502012 downtown? Lot 25 at 51881 Fordham Dr. Highlands at Bro- $ 29,950. Ready t o The Swan's Nest. Rare the Top is one of the build, Crescent Creek. s • peaceful ri v e rfront ken parcels of land High Lakes Realty & estate: private and finest today with Property M a n agegated, this home is available onderosas to t h e ment 541-536-0117 s ituated in on e o f p west and the meadow eGamer6muplleal Estate 4 5R KS Bend's most prestithe east, the prop- 53255 Deep Woodsgious locations, just to $169,000. 1782 sq. ft., erty is both bright and one mile from down3 bedroom, 2 bath, t own. A retr e at private. The perfect 24X36 shop. H i gh perched on 102 feet place to build your Lakes Realty 8 Propof serene river front- dream home. Gated erty Man agement age, nestled on nearly entry, private neigh- 541-536-0117 pond, open an acre of manicured borhood landscaped grounds meadows and lovely 53280 Andrews Road, set the High- 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1782 with towering ponde- forests rosa pines. Thought- lands at Broken Top sq. ft. 4+ car shop. from the rest. $159,999. High Lakes fully designed to cap- apart Realty & P r o perty ture stunning Offeredat$695,000. Polis, Principal Management panoramic views of Holly Broker 541-419-8710 541-536-0117 the Deschutes River The Pennbrook t hat greet you t he 53349 Woodstock Dr. Company moment you walk in 1420 sq. ft. this impressive home. Widgi Creek $688,000 $164,900. home, 48X26 shop;, 4043 sq. ft. + 750 sq. • 3017 sq.ft., 4 bedmore! High Lakes Reft. d etached s hop room, 4 bath alty 8 Property Man/guesthouse. Offer ed • View of 7th green & 2 agement at: $1,499,000. Cate lakes 541-536-0117 Cushman. Bend Pre- • .4 acre, hot tub, tons 5 5535 Gross D r . mier Real E s tate. of storage 541-480-1884 $39,000. .52 acres, • MLS 201503137 p aved road, n e a r Kirk Sandburg, Think of the Possibiliriver. High Lakes ReBroker, SRS ties: 3 bedroom home alty 8 Property Man541-556-1804 with very large backagement y ard. Great for i n541-536-0117 vestment, as renters Lot 1900 Chapman Rd. would love to stay. - $55,000. Nice 2.79 $158,900. CALL acre site, lots of trees. CAROLYN EMICK AT MORRIS High Lakes Realty & 541-419-0717. MLS: REAL ESTATE Property M a n age201409739 Duke ~ y~ ~ ap d ment 541-536-0117 I i i I I I Warner Realty Yardley Estates 1 Three Rivers South * $350,000 Garage Sales $8,000 • 2367 sq.ft., 3 bed• 90x250 lot, bring your room, 2 bath RV • Wood & travertine • 2 side-by-side parcels floors available • Vaulted ceilings, granReach more than 65,000 adult readers in the official Tour of Homes Guide • Deschutes River Rec- ite counters reation Homesites • MLS 201501098 • MLS 201502083 ADVERTISING DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 Minda Mckitrick, Jim Moran, Broker Broker, GRI Find them in 541-948-0997 541-280-6148 Call your Bulletin sales representative today! Space is limited. The Bulletin -

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Newly painted inside Awbrey Butte Lot and out, wired for Great vacation home in $189,000 jacuzzi, central air and the heart of C hrist- • .3 acre lot, Ochoco heating, chef's delight mas Valley. This one views kitchen with V iking has 1 bedroom with a • River's Edge Golf range and custom is- second that can be Course view land with built-ins. All set up as a 2nd bed- • Water, sewer, power a ppliances are i n - room it has no closet at the street cluded. Covered deck so can not be called a • MLS 20150'I 378 on front and back. bedroom. The kitchen Neal Kramer, Broker lovely office/den, 2 541-728-6725 has a ceramic cook bdrms with p rivate top, s mall t o aster baths and deck areas. o ven, lots o f c u pattached finish 2-car board space, & tile garage, RV hookup floor. Nice size living and parking next to room, with patio door MORRIS garage. e n ormous to deck. Metal garage REAL ESTATE 2500 sq. ft. barn with with a shop area. Loh d y R~ y ~ M ~ large shop and stor- cated close to g olf age room. 17x14 rol- course, municipal air- Christmas Valley l ot lup door, separate hay port, tennis courts & with services availstorage. $ 2 99,000. all t ha t C h ristmas able. Power at road MLS 201503273. Call Valley has to offer. and city water availLinda Lou Day-Wright, $72,500. MLS able. Adjacent parcel 5 41-771-2585 C a l l 201502928 1800 also for sale. Nancy Popp, Princ. $11,000 each. CALL Cascade Realty, Broker, 541-815-8000 Dennis Haniford, Princ. FRED JOHNSON AT Crooked River Realty 541-788-3733. MLS: Broker

16685 SW Chinook Dr. CRR. 6.9 acres with Crooked River al l utilities inst a lled. $189,000 MLS 201008671. Juniper Realty 541-504-5393 20.44 acres. If you want privacy and your own get-away retreat, this property is it. Breathtaking views of t he Cascade Mountains. Electricity is on property. $165,000. Call K arolyn Dubo i s , 541-390-7863. MLS: 201309974 Duke Warner Realty $373,000 - $559,000 Faith Hope Charity Acreage for sale: 6 lots •5.34 acres - $439,000 mtn view •5.01 acres - $373,000 Smith Rock view •5.19 acres - $373,000 201503506; Smith Rock view 1-541-536-1731 2 01503508 Duk e •5.01 acres - $559,000 Need to get an ad 764 Warner Realty mtn views Farms & Ranches Custom Home S ite!•4.98 acres - $549,000 in ASAP? mtn views B uild y ou r d r e am•4.98 acres - $549,000 68 acre irrigated farm home i n C a scade Fax it te 541-322-7253 on the John Day river. Views Estate. Seller mtn views Bea Leach, Broker Enjoy a peaceful setpreliminary build541-788-2274 The Bulletin Classifieds ting in a prime loca- has ing plans and would Windermere tion for raising hay, consider a Central Oregon cattle or horses. 3 build-to-suit. Call for NW Bend 40+ Acres Real Estate bedroom, 2 bath details. $90 , 000. $699,900 home with deck and C ALL P ET E V A N • Unblockable Cascade garage. Hay storage The Bulletin's DEUSEN AT views "Call A Service a nd h o rse b a r n. 541-480-3538, OR • Upgraded 2648 sq.ft. $649,000. CALL J AYNEE BECK A T Professional" Directory home DUKE WARNER RE- 541-489-0988. MLS: is all about meeting • Wood floors, granite ALTY DAYVILLE AT 201409341 Duke your needs. counters 541-987-2363. MLS: Warner Realty • MLS 201500621 201400298 Call on one of the Bonnie Savickas, Ideal west side lot. Build professionals today! 771 Broker, E-PRO, your dream home or SRES investment property Lots SW River Rd. Se541-408-7537 h ere. Only a fe w 7965 cluded & private 2.79 9040 SW S a ndridge blocks from the foot- acres, near the DesRd., CRR 1.12 acre bridge at Drake Park, chutes River, canyon t his .12 a c r e R M wall views, borders Power and water at the street $37,900. zoned lot is ripe with public land. $39,500. opportunities. MORRIS MLS ¹201403978. Juniper Realty $240,000. CALL Juniper Realty, REAL ESTATE 541-504-5393 TERRY S KJERSAA 541-504-5393 l~ ~ dOp mB AT 541 - 383-1426.Bad Lands Wilderness 1 SW Shad Rd. MLS: 201 5 02721 out your back door. 20 Picturesque Crooked Lot River Canyon walls 3 .09 a c re s wit h Duke Warner Realty acre homesite, with a mazing view s . can be viewed from $78,500. CUP and mountain MLS¹ anywhere on this 3.62 $18 0 ,000. J u niper Lot 132 SW Sheltered views. a cres lot, and t h e 201402733 terms. CALL Pl. in CRR 1 acre with Possible backdrop f o r the Realty 541-504-5393 KIT K O RISH AT ater installed a n home is beautiful rock 13601 SW Canyon Dr. w MLS: approved. 541-480-2335. outcropping. Wrap- CRR. 1.13 acres with septic 201304808 Duke $49,000. MLS around decks look Mt. Jefferson views. 201411027. J uniper Warner Realty over the fenced pas- $58,500 ¹201106385 realty 541-504-5393 Build your dream home ture, t w o s t orage Juniper Realty here. Large corner lot buildings for hay, tack 541-504-5393 Lot 67 SW Shad Rd. NWX. Lot sale inor yard equipment. 10085 Juniper G l en great value for this in ludes AR C ap MLS 201 5 03901. 1 .04 acre lo t w i t h c Circle, Eagle Crest. proved plans for a 3 $124,000. Call Nancy $99,900. mountain views. b edroom, MLS¹ 2.5 b a t h Popp, Princ. Broker, $29,900. MLS¹ 201503166 home complete with 541-815-8000 201408966 J u n iper Lynn Johns, den and family room. Crooked River Realty Realty 541-504-5393 Principal Broker, $199,500. CALL 541-408-2944 Nice lot with numerous TERRY SKJERSAA Waterfront and Smith Central Oregon o ptions. Setup f o r AT 541 - 383-1426. Rock views! Large Resort Realty several RV campers MLS: 201 4 04816 country home on 5+ to camp at once. SepDuke Warner Realty irrigated acres. 2772 1 0745 Rockside C t , and electric hook- Eastern Oregon Landsq. ft. with 5 bdrms, Eagle Crest. tic ups for 5 sites. Nicely Canyon City, Oregon, 2~/~ baths, 2-car de- $179,900. MLS¹ treed, nice neighbor- 3 lots available with tached garage and 201503528 hood. $92,500. CALL city water and sewer beautiful landscaping. Lynn Johns, CANDY YO W AT MLS 2014 0 9838 Principal Broker, at street. 1.86 acre 541-410-3193. MLS: $499,900. Call Pam 541-408-2944 residential lot, level 201501402 Duke Lester, Principal BroCentral Oregon building site, $30,900. Warner Realty ker, Century 21 Gold Resort Realty 6.12 acre view lot, Country Realty, Inc. Old Mill district, prime zoned re s i dential, $118,000 541-504-1338 commercial site, just $30,900. 3.49 acre Golf Course Lot lot off corner of mtn view lot, within •Build you dream home one and Bluff. Ap- city limits, $35,900. on Greens at Red- Bond Tick, Tock prox. 26,000 sq. ft., Sellers are Oregon limond MR zoning a llows censed Real Estate Tick, Tock... •Golfing community many uses. $650,000. •14th fairway, 0.21 acre CALL KIT K ORISH Brokers. ...don't let time get Juniper Realty lot, great neighbor- AT 541 - 480-2335. 541-504-5393 away. Hire a hood MLS: 201 5 0 0280 Dee Baker, Broker Grandfathered RV lot, professional out Duke Warner Realty 541-977-7756 the perfect place to of The Bulletin's Windermere Sunrise Village Lot build y ou r d r e am "Call A Service Central Oregon The only lot left! home or perfect for Real Estate 20,909 sq.ft., estabt he snow b irds t o Professional" lished neighborhood, summer at the ranch $132,000 Directory today! swimming pool, a nd w i nter d o w n Eagle Crest tennis courts, and easy south. Storage build<.54 acres on the 13th access to the 763 ing, large cement pad, fairway at Eagle Crest Deschutes River trail. manicured property. Recreational Homes ~Tucked in between 2 $325,000 Come enjoy all the homes. & Property Connie Thomson, ranch offers - tennis, •Behind the gates, build Broker golf, swimming, hik141505 El k H a v en, your dream The Real Estate ing, fishing and much Bea Leach, Broker Crescent Lake. FeaGallery USA more. $95,000 541-788-2274 tured in Home & Gar541-480-2628 Linda Lou Day-Wright, Windermere den, this 1736 sqft, 3 Broker 541-771-2585 Central Oregon bedroom, 3 bath + loft TURN THE PAGE Crooked River Realty Real Estate home is remarkable. For More Ads Hard-to-find 5-acre flat Each bedroom has 1483 Trail Creek Drive, The Bulletin buildable corner lot built-in beds with stor- Eagle Crest. located in Lake Park age. The magical loft $177,500. MLS¹ space has 4 built in 201503325 The perfect building lot! Estates with mature bunks with storage. So much is already landscaping. M L S¹ Lynn Johns, From the unique Tucomplete! Lot is close 201406959 Principal Broker, likivi fireplace/heating to C r ooked R i v er $135,500. Call Pam 541-408-2944 system, recycled Ranch entrance, has Lester, Principal BroCentral Oregon a p o le-barn s t yle ker, Century 21 Gold wood floors, custom Resort Realty 30x36 building with Country Realty, Inc. cabinets & r a ilings, covered entertaining 1525 Murrelet Drive, concrete floors, water, 541-504-1338 Eagle Crest. deck and open floor metal roof and siding, Lot 18 SW Quail Rd. MLS¹ plan, this home was $264,900. ready t o r e - install. 201503507 Power is very nearby Amazing views from built to use, enjoy and Lynn Johns, on 1-car garage. MLS this 5.15 acre rim lot. e ntertain. Floor t o Juniper RePrincipal Broker, ceiling windows pro201503705 $84,000 $70,000. 541-408-2944 vide stunning views of Call Nancy P o pp, alty 541-504-5393 Central Oregon Princ. Broker, Lot 20 SW Chipmunk Crescent Lake a nd Resort Realty 541-815-8000 the Cascades. BorRd., level 5.14 acres, ders USFS land & 173 Highland Meadow Crooked River Realty views of th e S mith trails. $374,000. MLS Loop, Eagle Crest. Views of the Deschutes Rock. $75,000. MLS 201503400. Call $99,500. MLS¹ r iver. Lot 9 i n t h e 201406095 Linda 541-815-0606 Juniper Realty 201408782 prestigious River Park Cascade Realty 541-504-5393 Lynn Johns, Estates cap t ures Principal Broker, stunning views of the Lot 4 S W B lue J ay 541-408-2944 Deschutes river, east- Road, CRR. S m ith 19152 Clear S p ring Central Oregon erly desert views, Pi- R ock v iews, 5 . 1 7 Way, Crescent Lake. Resort Realty lot Butte and the Cas- acres borders public DON"T Pass This Up! Range. land. $65,000. MLS 2 Acres! Turn Key! A 2 0+ acres i n W e s t cade CALL 201407131 one-of-a kind Powell Butte Estates, $299,000. TERRY SKJERSAA Juniper Realty log-sided hybrid cabin gated com m unity, AT 541-383-1426. 541-504-5393 in excellent condition. mtn. views, private MLS: 201 3 0 7188 Two master suites, well, paved roads w/ Duke Warner Realty Stunning D e s chutes large family room with access to BLM. MLS¹ River and Cascade wood stove and a 201305077 $169,000. views, S-acre, 357' Pam Lester, Princ. separate living room high river bank frontAcreages with fireplace. Sleeps Broker, Century 21 age, septic, power 8 comfortably. Plenty Gold Country Realty, 10 beautifully timbered and private well inof entertaining space. Inc. 541-504-1338 acres bordering BLM! stalled to building site. Interior upgrades: all MLS acre view lot in SW Just minutes to town, $129,900. wood doors, custom .26 201405995. Call edmond. Gre a t private setting with trim, tiled entries. Ex- R Nancy Popp, Princ. and lo- fabulous views, sevterior: newly finished neighborhood Broker, 541-815-8000 with views of eral nice home sites, decks with aluminum cation Rock and the abundant wildlife, well Crooked River Realty slates, attached ga- Smith Ochocos. Build your available, underrage, large carport/ dream home 775 h ere! ground power very shop with powered $64,000. CALL ROB Manufactured/ close to corner of winch, small shed wl AT property line. Owner Mobile Homes roll up door, exterior EGGERS MLS: will carry! $89,000. lighting & g r aveled 541-815-9780. Duke CALL DUKE List your Home drive. SB360 compli- 201410582 Warner Realty WARNER R E A LTY JandNHomes.com ant. $299,000 MLS DAYVILLE AT We Have Buyers 201503647 Call Linda 598 Highland Meadow 541-987-2363. MLS: Get Top Dollar 541-815-0606, CasLoop, Eagle Crest. 201309134 Financing Available. cade Realty $129,900. MLS¹ 541-548-5511 201502863 16465 SW Dove Rd51434 Telegraph Rd., Lynn Johns, CRR. 5 acre legal lot. La Pine. $75,900. 1 Have an item to Principal Broker, Septic feasibility apbdrm, 1 bath, double 541-408-2944 proved. mtn views. sell quick? carport with s h op. Central Oregon MLS $89,900. If it's under High Lakes Realty & Resort Realty 201501897 Property M a nageJuniper Re a l ty '500 you can place it in 9 14 H ighland V i ew ment 541-536-0117 541-504-5393 Loop, Eagle Crest. The Bulletin Cabin in the woods on $134,900. MLS¹ 16535 SW Chinook Dr. Classifieds for: trout stream, private, 201307060 5.68 acre rim lot wl off the grid, 80 mi. Lynn Johns, Crooked River & mtn. from Bend. 638 ac. Principal Broker, views $225 ,000. '10 - 3 lines, 7 days 541-408-2944 MLS 201106408. $849K. Fo r d r o ne '16 - 3 lines, 14 days video li n k , cal l Central Oregon Juniper Realty (Private Party ads only) 541-480-7215. Resort Realty 541-504-5393

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PARK UKE5AcREs I $725,000 Joffff SNFFLR,FC fi ce,3 bath RRD REILhfBA'ABR •4 bedroom+ of CRS,GRI,SRES,SRS • Outdoor kitchen,patio, shop • MLS 201 504598 541-312-7273

WYNDEMER EI $749,900 »q.ft. QDETT EADAI, • ' 422 BROKER , S.l;A.R. ' 3 bedroom, 3bath, 3 car garage • Panoramic Cascadeviews

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SHEVLIN RESERVEI $699,900 SUE CpNRAD I v 2341 sq.ft. townhome BROKER CRS • • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Modern design,radiant heat

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RIVER RIM I $495,000 LYNNE CONNELLEY • 2445 sq.h, singlelevel • 3 bedroom,2.5 bath BROKER CRS • Private selting

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AWBREY VILlAGE I S485iooo • 2336 sq.ft, 24 acre lot • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Expansive decks,easterly views

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TILUCUM VlllAGE I $399,900 • 2740 sq.ft, contemporary • 3 bedroom, 2 bath

TIMBER RIDGEI $405,000 KARINJQHNSQN, • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath BROKER , ABR, • .39acre, upper 8lowerdecks E-PRO • MLS 201503245 541-639-6140

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SE BEND I $244,900 "I " GREG IANGHAIM, ' • 3 bedroom, 2 bath BROKER • Hardwood floors,fencedyard 541-316-5903 • MLS 201502507

FALL RIVERESTATES I $1994OJ JUUABUCKIAND, BROKER , ABR, ALHS,CRS,GRI 541-719-8444

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541-419-8639 • MLS 201502447

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'10 - 3 lines, 7 days NOTICE: Oregon Landmower, electric, $100 vide personal inforGet a pain-relieving scape Contractors Law obo. 541-516-8957 '16 - 3 lines, 14 days Professional" mation to any source brace -little or NO cost RESPONSIBILITIES to include repair, main(ORS 671) requires all to you. Medicare PaDirectory today! Plant sale, perennials, you may not have (Private Party ads only) businesses that adtain, and troubleshoot electrical and mechaniresearched and $1-3. Locally grown. tients Call Health Hotcal equipment such as AC motors, DC motors vertise t o pe r form on the first day it runs Now! 1- Sell you r s t ructured 5 /30-31. 1435 N W deemed to be repuLandscape Construc- to make sure it is cor- line and servo motors, servo controllers, variable settlement or annuity table. Use extreme tion which includes: rect. 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All persons request their records. whose rights may be Records will remain affected by the proconfidentially filed un- ceedings may obtain Chevy Tahoe 1995, 4 additional information til the age of 26 for dr. 4x4, auto, tow pkg, Central Oregon Re- from the records of leather, a/c, like new gional Program and the court, the pertires. reg. to 10/16. until the age of 22 for sonal representative, Mercedes 380SL 1982 Runs great, very good Chevy Malibu 2012, Early I n t ervention/ or the attorneys for Roadster, black on cond., $4800 . (exp. 5/31/1 5) Early Childhood Spe- the personal repreblack, soft & hard top, 541-385-4790 Vin ¹299392 sentative, James E. c ial Education, a t exc.cond., always gaStock ¹44256A which time they will be Redman of the Redraged. 155K miles, $15,979 or $189/mo., destroyed. C o ntact man Law Firm, 10565 $11,500. 541-549-6407 $2500 down, 84 mo., 541-693-5700 for SE 23rd Ave., Mil4 .49% APR o n ap - more information. w aukie, Oreg o n proved credit. License 97222. Dated and first and title included in LEGAL NOTICE p ublished May 1 6 , payment, plus dealer in- IN TH E C I R CUIT 2015. Personal RepDodgeJourney stalled options. C OURT FOR T H E resentative: Anthony SXT2014, STATE OF OREGON A. Anderson. PERSUBaa u AWD, auto V W CONV. 1 9 78 VIN ¹193140. $22,888 FOR THE COUNTY SONAL REPRESEN$8999 -1600cc, fuel (exp. 5/31/1 5) DLR ¹366 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. OF DESCHUTES. In TATIVE: Anthony A. 877-266-3821 injected, classic 1978 the Matter of the Es- Anderson, 5939 NE Dlr ¹0354 Volkswagen Converttate of ROLAND OS- Wygant Street, Portible. Cobalt blue with CAR CHRISTENSEN, l and, O R 972 1 8, DID YOU KNOW 144 a black convertible Deceased. Case No. Phone: (503) million U.S. A dults top, cream colored 15PB0036. NOTICE 309-4541. LAWYER interior & black dash. read a N e wspaper TO INT E RESTED FOR PER SONAL This little beauty runs print copy each week? PERSONS. NOTICE REPRESENTATIVE: 541-548-1448 and looks great and Discover the Power of IS HEREBY GIVEN JAMES E. REDMAN, smolichmotors.com turns heads wherever PRINT N e wspaper that the undersigned of REDit goes. Mi: 131,902. Advertising in Alaska, has been appointed OSB¹63067 LA W F I R M, Phone 541-382-0023 Idaho, Montana, Or- as Personal Repre- MAN SE 23rd Avegon and Washing- s entative. A l l p e r- 10565 Milwaukie, OR t on with j us t o n e sons having claims enue, 97222, p hone call. For a against the estate are 5 03-659-5335,Phone: Fax: FREE adv e rtising required to p resent 503-659-5568, E-mail: (Photo for illustration only) network brochure call them, with p r oper Hyundai Veracruz 916-288-6011 or vouchers attached, to mail© redmanlaw.com 2006, 63.8L V-6 cyl email LEGAL NOTICE the undersigned Per¹061266.$17,997. VW SunBug 1 974 VIN cecelia©cnpa.com CI R CUIT sonal Representative IN T H E exc. cond. 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License from the records of cellent car with lots of the court, the PerPersonal Representatitle included in Chevrolet Silverado TLC. 161,000 road and payment, plus dealer in- sonal Representative, tive. All persons hav2009 1500 Crew Cab, miles. $500 0 .00 stalled options. or the Attorney for the ing claims against the 4x4, 5.3 Itr, 6 speed 541-350-8849 Personal Representa- estate are required to SUBaa u auto, H D t r a ilering tive. Dated and first p resent them, w i th pkg, black int, remote Hwy 20, Bend. p ublished May 3 0 , vouchers attached, to s tart, 68k, 24 m p g Garage Sales 2060 NE 2015. Dale C h ris- the undersigned Per877-266-3821 hwy. $ 2 5,900. tensen. Personal Rep- sonal Representative Garage Sales Dlr ¹0354 541-382-6511 resentative: Dal e at 74 7 S W MILL Garage Sales Christensen, 1 9610 VIEW WAY, BEND, SE 9th Circle, Camis, O REGON 977 0 2 , GA L LW Find them within four m o nths WA 98607, Phone: TODAYA (206) 719-7778. At- after the date of first Chevy Pickup 1978, in torney for Personal publication of this nolong bed, 4x4, frame The Bulletin Representative: Max tice, or the claims may up restoration. 500 Iphoto forillusfreffon only) Merrill, OSB ¹71002, be barred. All perCadillac eng i ne, Classifieds Ford Mustang2001, Merrill O'S u llivan, sons whose r i ghts fresh R4 transmis2 door coupe, LLP, 805 SW Indus- may be affected by sion w/overdrive, low 541-385-5809 VIN ¹235073. $4,995. t rial Way, Suite 5 , the proceedings may mi., no rust, custom (exp. 5/31/1 5) DLR ¹366 Bend, Oregon 97702, obtain additional ininterior and carpet, Jeep Grand Cherokee Office: (541) f ormation from t h e n ew wheels a n d Overland Trail Rated 3 89-1770 o r Fa c - records of the court, tires, You must see 2014 MSRP $47,585+ simile: (541) the Personal Repreit! $25,000 invested. $1,400 options = list 3 89-1777, Emai l : sentative, or the law$12,000 OBO. of $48,985 4500 mi., max©merrill-osulliyers for the Personal 541-536-3889 or asking $42,000 firm. 541-548-1448 Representative, van.com. 541-420-6215. Dr. Roy: smolichmotors.com DANIEL C. RE. Dated 541-419-8184 LEGAL NOTICE and first published on IN T H E CI R CUIT May 16, 2015. JAMES Chevy Silverado 1500 COURT O F THE C. HAMMERQUIST, 2008, crew cab, 4x4 STATE OF OREGON Personal RepresentaVIN:102786 $15,988 FOR THE COUNTY tive. AAA Auto Source OF DESCHUTES. In Corner of West Empire the Matter of the EsLEGAL NOTICE & Hwy97 541-598-3750 tate of MARIE IN THE C I RCUIT GEO Metro 1991 Jeep Grand CheroDe- C OURT OF T H E aaaoregonautosource. kee Overland 2012, 5 spd manual trans., 3 STACKHOUSE, No. S TATE O F OR com. DLR¹ 0225 4x4 V-6, all options, cyl., 40+ mpg, 115k ceased. 15PB0045. NOTICE EGON FOR T HE running boards, front miles. Runs good,. TO INT E RESTED COUNTY OF DESob o /trade? guard, nav., air and $1800 PERSONS. NOTICE CHUTES. U.S. heated leather, cus- 541-419-5060, Ron IS HEREBY GIVEN BANK N A TIONAL tom wheels and new Lexus RX 400H 2006, that A n t hony A. ASSOCIATION, AS tires, only 41K miles, loaded, hybrid. Anderson has been TRUSTEE FOR $31,995 appointed p ersonal MASTR A DJUSTVIN:027427 $14,495 541-408-7908 DodgeRam 2500 AAA Auto Source representative. All ABLE RATE 1998, Corner of West Empire persons having claims MORTGAGES 8.0L V-10 cyl & Hwy97 against the estate are TRUST 2006-OA2 VIN ¹217888. $7,568 541-598-3750 required to present MORTGAGE (exp. 5/31/1 5) DLR ¹366 aaaoregonautosource. them, with vouchers PASS-THROUGH attached, to Anthony CERTIFICATES, com. DLR¹ 0225 A. Anderson, per- SERIES 2006-OA2, Jeep Willy's, metal Lincoln LS Sport 2005, sonal representative Plaintiff, v. THE top, big tires, ps, new V8, Moon-roof, White, a t 10565 S E 2 3 r d UNKNOWN HEIRS Excellent condition., Ave., Milwaukie, Or- AND DEVISEES OF paint, tow bar, new 541-548-1448 gages, etcH. $5500. $5,900. 503-781-0360 egon 97222, within K ENNETH D. R I smolichmotors.com 541-233-7272 or 541-593-0130 four months after the CHARDSON; HARI,

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them with vouchers publication to the unattached, to: J a net dersigned or they may Kay Knepper, Suc- be barred. Additional cessor Trustee, Leo information may be R. Knepper and Ro- o btained fro m t h e wena C . K n epper court records, the unTrust c/o Ronald L. dersigned or the atBryant, PO Box 457, torney. Date first pubRedmond OR 97756. lished: May 23, 2015. All claims against the Gary Arnett, Personal Leo R. Knepper and Representatives c/o Rowena C. Knepper Edward P. Fitch, Fitch Trust dated May 27, Law Group, PC, 210 1992 must be p reSW 5th Street, Suite sented to the Succes- 2 , R e dmond O R s or Trustee at t h e 97756. above address within LEGAL NOTICE four (4) months after TRUSTEE'S NOTICE the date of first publiOF SALE cation of this notice, Reference is made or such claims may be to that certain trust barred. Date first pub- deed made by Siglished: May 16, 2015. nature HomebuildLeo R. Knepper and ers, LLC, as grantor, Rowena C. Knepper to Western Title & T rust, J a net K a y Escrow Company, Knepper, Successor as trustee, in favor Trustee. of Sessler ProperLEGAL NOTICE ties, LLC as benefiThe undersigned has ciary, dated Februbeen appointed per- a ry 1 9, 201 4 , sonal representative recorded March 3, of the Estate of Bev- 2014 in the Official erly Ann Knepper De- R ecords of D e s ceased, by the Des- chutes County, Orchutes County Circuit egon, as instrument Court of the State of number Oregon, pro b ate 2014-006371, covnumber 1 5 PB0057. ering the following All persons having described real propclaims against t he erty situated in said estate are required to county and state, 373, present the same with to-wit: Lot vouchers RIVERRIM P.U.D., proper within four (4) months PHASE 10, City of after the date of first Bend, D e schutes publication to the un- County, O r egon. dersigned or they may Both the beneficiary be barred. Additional and the trustee have information may be elected to sell the o btained from t h e said real property to court records, the un- satisfy the obligadersigned or the attions secured by torney. Date first pub- said trust deed and lished: May 16, 2015. a notice of default Janet K . K n e pper, has been recorded Personal Representa- pursuant to Oregon t ive c/o R onald L . Revised S t a tutes Bryant, Attorney at 86.735(3); the deLaw, Bryant Emerson, fault for which the LLP, PO Box 4 57, foreclosure is made Redmond OR 97756. is grantor's failure to pay when due the LEGAL NOTICE ollowing sum s : The undersigned has fBalloon payment of been appointed per329,500.00 p l u s sonal representative $ at 10% per of the Estate of Dor- interest annum April thy M. Gridley, by the 21, 2014from until paid. Deschutes C o u nty By reason of said Circuit Court of the the benefiState of Oregon, pro- default in Oregon at (800) has declared 452-7636. The rebate number ciary sums owing on 15PB0016. Al l per- all l ief sought in t h e obligations sesons having claims the C omplaint is t h e by said trust against the estate are cured foreclosure of t he deed i m mediately required to present due and property located at the same with proper said sumspayable, 20641 Mary Way, the vouchers within four following, being Bend, OR 9 7 701. it: Date of First Publi(4) months after the $329,500.00 to- w todate of first publica- gether with interest c ation: Ma y 30 , tion to t h e u n der- thereon at the rate 2015. McCarthy & signed or they may be of 1 0% per annum Holthus, LLP, Anbarred. Add i tional dreanna C. Smith, April 21, 2014 information may be from OSB¹ 131336, 920 paid; costs of o btained from t h e until SW 3rd Ave., 1st oreclosure T i t l e court records, the un- F Floor, Portland, OR Report, attorney's dersigned or the at97204, Phone: (855) trustees fee, 809-3977, Fax: torney. Date first pub- fees, together with any (971) 201 - 3202, lished: May 16, 2015. other sums due or E-mail: l l ear©mcSusan Puckett, Per- that may become sonal R e p resenta- due under the note carthyholthus.com, tives c/o Sean M. O f A ttorneys f o r by reason of this N eary, F itch L a w or Plaintiff. f oreclosure, an y Group, PC, 210 SW further a d vances 5th Street, Suite 2, LEGAL NOTICE made by the benefiNOTICE IS HEREBY Redmond OR 97756. ciary as allowed by GIVEN pursuant to LEGAL NOTICE the Note and Trust ORS 130.365 that the The undersigned has Deed. WHE R Eundersigned is suc- been appointed per- FORE, notice cessor trustees to the sonal representative hereby is given that Leo R. Knepper and of the Estate of John the un d ersigned Rowena C. Knepper Arnett, by the Destrustee will on July Trust dated May 27, chutes County Circuit 8, 2015, at the hour 1992. A settlor of the Court of the State of of 1:30 p.m., in acTrust was Rowena Oregon, pro b ate cord with the stanCharlotte Kn e pper number 1 5 PB0059. dard of time estabwho died March 26, All persons having lished b y ORS 2015. A l l p e rsons c laims against t h e 187.110, at the west having claims against estate are required to entrance of the Desettlor of the Leo R. present the same with schutes Co u n ty Knepper and Rowena proper vouchers Courthouse, 1 164 C. Knepper Trust are within four (4) months NW Bond Street in required to present after the date of first RIET E. RICHARDSON AKA HARRIET ELLEN RICHARDS ON; OCCU P ANTS O F T H E PROPERTY, Defendants. Case No.: 15CV0133FC. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. To: THE U N KNOWN HEIRS AND DEVIS EES O F KE N NETH D . R I C HARDSON. You are hereby required to appear and defend the Complaint filed against you in the above entitled cause within thirty (30) days from the date of service of thissummons upon you, and in case of your failure to do so, for want t h ereof, Plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the Complaint. NOTICE TO D E FENDANT: READ THESE PAP ERS CARE FULLY! You must "appear" in this case or the other side will win a utomatically. To "appear" you must file with the court a legal paper called a "motion" or "answer." The Umotion" or "answer" (or "reply") must be given to the court clerk or administrator within 30 days of the date of first publication s p e cified herein along with the required filing fee. It must be in p roper form a n d have proof of service on the plaintiff's a ttorney or, if t he p laintiff does n o t have an attorney, proof of service on the plaintiff. If you have questions, you should see an attorney immediately. If you need help in finding an attorney, you may call the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Ref e rral Service at ( 5 03) 684-3763 or toll-free

the City of B end, C ounty o f De s chutes, State of Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the interest in the said described real property which the grantor had or had power to convey at the time of the execution by grantor of the said trust deed, together with any interest which the grantor or grantor's successors in interest acquired after t he execution of said trust deed, to satisfy the foregoing obli g ations thereby secured and the costs and expenses of sale, including a r easonable charge by the trustee. N otice is further given that any person named in ORS 86.753 has the right, at any time prior to five days before the date last set for the sale, to have this f oreclosure pr o ceeding dismissed and the trust d ee d r e i nstated by payment to the beneficiary of the entire amount then due (other than such portion of the principal as would not then be due had no default occurred) and by curing any other default complained of h e rein that is capable of being cured by tendering the performance required under the obligation or trust deed, and in addition to paying said sums or tendering the performance necessary to cure the default, by paying all costs and expenses actually incurred in enforcing the o bligation and trust deed, together with trustee's and attorney's fees not exceeding the amounts provided by s a i d ORS 86.753. In construing this notice, the singular includes the p lural, th e w o r d "grantor" i n cludes any successor in interest t o the grantor as well as any other person owing an obligation, the performance of which is secured by said trust deed, and the words "trustee" and beneficiary" include their respective successors in i nterest, i f any . DATED: Ma y 8, 2 015. /s/ Carl M. Dutli. Carl M. Dutli, Trustee.

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