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— The presence of humans on Earth has extinctions happening faster than ever, anew study finds.A3

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about 200 from the Bend-

based 1-82 Cavalry Squadron, will deploy to Afghan-

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of the contingency force announced by President Obama on Tuesday. Obama's decision to keep a force of almost

Syria —An American suicide bomber hasbeenidentified. A2

10,000 in Afghanistan

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into next year means the deployment for the Oregon

Democratic attacks on the billionaire Kochs havehadan unintended side effect: Big money donors are finding ways to stay anonymous. benttbulletin.cem/extras

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ing in Texas, mobilizing and demobilizing to and from Afghanistan, the troops will spend around

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10 months in theater, said

Stephen Bomar, Oregon

Howthe VA developed its culture of coverups

Military Department Photos by Joe Kline/The Bulletin

The Washington Post

WASHINGTON-

About two years ago, Brian Turner took a job as a scheduling clerk at a Veter-

ans Affairs health clinic in Austin, Texas. A few weeks later, he said, a supervisor

came by to instruct him how to cookthe books. "The first time I heard it

was actually at my desk. They said,

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whose husband, Sgt. 1st

BELOW: The hotei's lobby showcases vintage architectural details which the Bates also plan to update.

Class Sean Wilson, is a member of the 1-82, the

By Lesiie Pugmire Hole The Bulletin

REDMOND — For more

than a decade, fans concerned about the underutiNew Redmond Hotel and its prominent downtown loca-

tion have spoken the same ins would buy it." While Mark and Leisa Bates aren't the hospitality gods that Brian McMenamin McMenamins, who own and

operate a variety of restaurants, brewpubs, hotels and movie theaters around

wait time has

purchased a tavern from the Bates. Now the Bates are

out,'" Turner recalled in a phone inter-

view. He said "zeroing out" was a trick to fool the

VA's own accountability system, which the bosses up in Washington used to monitor how long patients waited to see the doctor. This is how it worked: A patient asked for an

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she and her husband were able to discuss what his

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purchasing the New Redmond Hotel. "We intend to make the hotel a destination," said Mark Bates, 56. "We want

to be respectful of the era it was built in the way the McMenamins do, but our style

is less bohemian." The Bates own The Oren-

co, a boutique hotel near Hillsboro. With a rowhouse

children and his two. SeeAfghanistan/A4

New RedmoodHotel

and Mike McMenamin are, they're pretty close — the

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facade and sleek modern design inside, the hotel consistently ranks high in online reviews. Bates, who was born in England but

U.S. House backs medical pot

has spent most of his life

in the U.S., said he and his wife were inspired to build the vintage-looking establishment eight years ago after they noticed Victorian

By Rob Hotakainen

rowhouses converted into a

McC(atchy Washington Bureau

Holiday Inn during a visit to England.

the first time, the House

"I love history, so the Red-

of Representatives voted

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mond Hotel seems perfect for us," Bates said. "And having that gaping hole downtown made no sense."

early Friday to block the federal government from enforcing its marijuana laws in states that have approved use of the drug for medical purposes. Marijuana advocates

See Hotel/A5

appointment on a specific day. 'Itlrner found the next available time slot. But,

called the vote historic.

often, it was many days later than the patient had wanted. Would that later date work? If the patient said

Synthetic biology hits the supermarket shelf

yes, Turner canceled the whole process and started

By Stephanie Strom

over. This time, he typed in that the patient had wanted

that later date all along. So now, the official wait time

was ... a perfect zero days. It was a lie, of course. But it seemed to be a very

important lie, one that the system depended on. "Two

For Stephanie Wilson,

top bar is amongthe updates they are considering.

lization of the 86-year-old By David A. Fahrenthoid

spokesman.

ABOVE: Mark and Leisa Bates, who already own a boutique hotel near Hiiisboro, are purchasing the New Redmond Hotel. A roof-

"This is a game changer that paves the way for much morepolicy change to come," said Steph Sherer, executive director of Americans For Safe

New York Times News Service

A liquid laundry detergent made by Ecover, a Belgian company that makes "green" household products including

Consumer products containing ingredients made using an advanced form of en- the Method line, contains an gineering known as synthetic oil produced by algae whose biology are beginning to show DNA sequence was changed up more often on grocery and in a lab, according to Tom Dodepartment store shelves. men, the company's manager

for long-term innovation.

ecosystems and threatening

Ecover calls the algae-produced oil a "natural" replace-

endangered animals. "Finding a sustainable source of palm oil is, of course, difficult," Domen said. "This new oil is a more

ment for palm kernel oil,

which is in such high demand that environmentalists are concerned that tropical rain

forests are being felled to grow palm trees, disturbing

sustainable alternative from a

new technology." SeeSynthetic/A4

Access, a group that has lobbied to end federal penalties for marijuana use.

The plan passed 219-189, with 49 Republicans teaming up with 170 Democrats

to approve the measure shortly after midnight. SeeMarijuana/A4

to three times a month,

you would hear something about it," Turner saidanother reminder from su-

pervisors to "zero out." "It wasn't a secret at all."

SeeVeterans/A5

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selves up, and one managed to park his vehicle and retreat beNew York Times NewsService The records show that at one fore the explosives detonated. WASHINGTON An point he shared an apartment Intelligence and law enforceAmerican who blew himself with his brother in Fort Pierce, ment officials said Friday that up in an attack in Syria on Sun- a city about 130 miles north of it was easy for U.S. citizens day has been identified by law Miami. His parents have lived to get in and out of Syria, and enforcement officials as Moner in Vero Beach, and his family that many had traveled there Mohammad Abusalha, a man owns several grocery stores in for humanitarian reasons, prein his early 20s who grew up the region. senting a challenge in deterin Florida and traveled to Syria Reached by te l ephone,mining who might be planning late lastyear. a woman named Michelle to carry out terrorist attacks in The officials said they be- Abusalha, apparentlyhis moth- the United States when they lieved that Abusalha, who ad- er, hung up on a reporter. His return. opted the nom de guerre Abu father, Mohammad, declined to Huraira al-Amriki, used a large comment. "Sorry, sorry, we can't do truck in helping to carry out the bombing in the northern prov- that," he said. ince of Idlib, where he had travAbusalha had been among eled after spending two months several dozen Americans on in a training camp of the mili- the radarof federal law enBy Mark IIazzetti, Eric Schmitt

and Michael S. Schmidt

agencies made the identifica- of President Bashar Assad. He tion after analyzing intelligence hadbeen in Syria since late last from Syria and in foreign gov- year,said officials who spoke

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i n f o rmation on the condition of anonym-

cial said. The size of the blast, which

investigation. ter messages from the Nusra

was shown on a video dip post- Front, an Islamist extremist ed online by the Nusra Front, group in Syria aligned with has led the authorities to believe al-Qaida. And on Facebook, that it will be impossible to ever therewas praise for Abusalha identify Abusalha's remains. and what he had done. "When his turn came up" to A Syrian fighter from the Nusra Frontrecalled Abusal- carry out a suicide bombing, he ha, whom he knew only by his "was very happy, because he alias, as an A r ab-American

will meet his God after that,"

who spoke Arabic poorly but was dedicated to the jihadist cause. "He was a generous, brave, tough man, always on the front lines in battles," said the fighter, who identified himself by a nom de guerre, Abu

Abu Abdulrahman, the fighter, said via Facebook.

A bdulrahman, and said h e

Ahmed Assi, an activist who

works for Suqour al-Sham, a rebel group that fights alongside the Nusra Front, said by

phonefrom Turkey thathehad seen the American in Syria

was in Idlib province, where Abusalha died. A photo circulating on jihadist social media accounts this week showed a smiling young man, bearded and holding a cat, who was said to be the bomber. Activists also posted a

about aweek before.Assi said that he did not know the Amer-

video said to show the attack in

themselves and stay away from

ican's real name, but that he spoke broken Arabic and had converted to Islam. He and other activists in the area said that fighters with the

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by the Nusra Front said the

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Quran. "Verily, with hardship there is relief," the profile says on one page. The profile also says he likes basketball, football and Eggo waffles.

the American drove a vehide loaded with 16 tons of explo-

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sives to attack a mountaintop

show that Abusalha has lived

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HISTORY Highlight:In 1889, some 2,200 people in Johnstown, Pa., perished whenthe South Fork Damholding backLake Conemaughcollapsed,sending 20 million tons of water rushing through the town. In1594, Italian artist Tintoretto died in Venice in his mid-70s. In1669, English diarist Samuel Pepys wrote the final entry of his journal, blaming his failing eyesight for his inability to continue. In1790, President George Washington signed into law the first U.S. copyright act. In1910, the Union of South Africa was founded. In1913, U.S. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan proclaimed the17th Amendment to the U.S.Constitution, providing for popular election of U.S. senators, to be in effect. In1935,movie studio 20th Century Foxwas created through a merger of theFox Film Corp. andTwentieth Century Pictures. In1949, former State Department official and accusedspy Alger Hiss went on trial in New York, charged with perjury (the jury deadlocked, but Hisswas convicted in asecond trial). In1961, South Africa became an independent republic as it withdrew from the British Commonwealth. In1962, former Nazi official Adolf Eichmann washanged in Israel a fewminutes before midnight for his role in the Holocaust. In1977, the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, threeyears in the making, wascompleted. In1989,House SpeakerJim Wright, dogged byquestions abouthisethics,announcedhe would resign. (TomFoley later succeeded him.) In1994, the United States announced it was nolonger aiming long-range nuclear missiles at targets in the former Soviet Union. Ten yearsage: Presidential politics took a backseat on Memorial Day asPresident George W.Bushpaid tribute at Arlington National Cemetery to America's fighting forces while Sen. John Kerry visited the Vietnam VeteransMemorial. A bomb ripped through aShiite Muslim mosque inKarachi, Pakistan, during evening prayers, killing at least19 people. Alberta Martin, one of the last widows of a Confederateveteran of the Civil War, died inEnterprise, Ala., at age97. Fiveyearsage:Dr. GeorgeTiller, a rare provider of late-term abortions, was shot andkilled in a Wichita, Kan., church. (Gunman Scott Roederwas later convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 50 years.) Millvina Dean, the last survivor of the1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic, died in Southampton, England, at 97. One yearage:A tornado in the OklahomaCity metro area claimed eight lives, including those of storm chasers Tim Samaras, his son, Paul, and Carl Young;13 people died in flash flooding. Four firefighters searching for people in a blazing Houston motel and restaurant were killed when part of the structure collapsed. Actress JeanStapleton, who played Archie Bunker's far better half, the sweetly naiveEdith, in TV's groundbreaking 1970s comedy "All in theFamily," died in New York atage90.

BIRTHDAYS Actor-director Clint Eastwood is 84. Actress SharonGlessis 71. Football Hall-of-Famer Joe Namath is 71.Actor Tom Berenger is 64. RapperDMCis 50. Actress BrookeShields is 49. Actor Colin Farrell is 38. — From wire reports

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So-called quantum teleportation raises the possibility of a new generation of super-fast computers and impenetrable communications networks. Terry Goss Photography USA/Marine Photobank

The oceanic white-tip shark was once one of the most plentiful

predators on Earth and now israrely seen.

By John Markoff New York Times News Service

Speciesdisappearing

Scientists in the Nether-

lands have moved a step closer to overriding one

They report that they have ty "deterministically," meaning they can now teleport the

achieved perfectly accurate teleportation of quantum information over short distanc-

quantum state of two entan-

far faster thanbefore

famous objections to the

es. They are now seeking to repeat their experiment over the distance of more than a

implications of q u antum

kilometer. If they are able to

mechanics, which he described as "spooky action

repeatedly show that entanglement works at this dis-

By Seth Borenstein

at a distance."

tance, it will be a definitive demonstration of the entan-

The Associated Press

where species can survive, and overfishing, Pimm said.

of Albert Einstein's most

WASHINGTON — Species of plants and animals are becoming extinct at least 1,000

The buffy-tufted-ear mar-

In a paper published in the journal Science, phys-

moset is a good example,

icists at the K avli I n sti-

Jenkins said. Its habitat has

times faster than they did be-

shrunk because of develop-

fore humans arrived on the

ment in Brazil, and a compet-

scene, and the world is on the ing marmoset has taken over brink of a sixth great extinc- where it lives. Now it's on the

tute of Nanoscience at the Delft University of Technology reported that they were able to reliably teleport information between

tion, a new study says.

international vulnerable list. The oceanic white-tip shark

two quantum bits separat-

used to be one of the most abundant predators on Earth

feet. Quantum t eleportation

and they have been hunted

is not the "Star Trek"-style movement of people or

The study looks at past and present rates of extinction and finds a lower rate in the past

than scientists had thought. Species are now disappear-

so much they are now rarely ing from Earth about 10 times seen, said Dalhousie Univerfaster than biologists had be- sity marine biologist Boris lieved, said study lead author Worm, who wasn't part of noted biologist Stuart Pimm the study but praised it. "If we don't do anything, this will go of Duke University. "We are on the verge of the way of the dinosaurs." the sixth extinction," Pimm

ed by 3 meters, or about 10

things; rather, it involves

transferring

so- c alled

quantum information — in this case what is known as

the spin state of an electron — from one place to another without m oving

said from research at the Dry

Five times, a vast majority of the world's life has been

Tortugas. "Whether we avoid it or not will depend on our

snuffedout in what have been called mass extinctions, often

actions." The work, published by the journal Science, was hailed as a landmark study by outside

associated with giant mete-

Classical bits, the ba-

or strikes. About 66 million years ago, one such extinction

sic units of information in

experts.

Pimm's study focused on the rate, not the number, of species disappearing from Earth. It calculated a "death

rate" of how many species become extinct each year out of

1 million species. In 1995, Pimm found that the pre-human rate of extinctions on Earth was about 1.

But taking into account new research, Pimm and his col-

leagues refined that background rate to about 0.1. N ow, that d eath r ate i s about 100 to 1,000, Pimm said.

killed off the dinosaurs and

3 out of 4 species on Earth. Around 252 million years ago, the Great Dying snuffed out about 90 percent of the world's species. Pimm an d

J enkins said

there is hope. Both said the use of smartphones and applications such as iNaturalist will help ordinary people and biologists find species in trouble, they said. Once biologists know where endangered species are, they can try to save habitats and use captive breeding and other techniques to save the species,

Numerous factors are com- they said. bining to make species disapOne success story is the pear muchfasterthan before, golden lion tamarin. Decades said Pimm and co-author ago the tiny primates were Clinton Jenkins of the Insti- thought to be extinct because tute of Ecological Research in of habitat loss, but they were Brazil. But the No. 1 issue is then found in remote parts of habitat loss. Species are find- Brazil, bred in captivity and ing no place to live as more biologists helped set aside places are built up and altered new forests for them to live in, by humans. Jenkins said. "Now there are more tamAdd to that invasive species crowding out native spe- arins than there are places to cies, climate change affecting put them," he said.

the physical matter to which the information is attached.

The Associated Press

gested. Such a network would

gled state.

0 or 1. But quantum bits, or

But reliability of quantum

make it possible for a remote user to perform a quantum

qubits, can simultaneous- teleportation has been elusive. ly describe many values. For example, in 2009, UniverT hey hold out b oth t h e sity of Maryland physicists possibility of a new gener- demonstrated th e t r a n sfer ation of faster computing of quantum information, but systems and the ability to only one of every 100 million create completely secure attemptssucceeded, meaning communication networks. that transferring a single bit Moreover, the scientists

are now closerto definitively proving Einstein wrong in his early disbelief in the notion of entanglement, in which particles separated by light-years can still appear to remain connected, with the state of one particle instanta-

neously affecting the state of another.

of quantum information re-

quired roughly 10 minutes. In contrast, the scientists at Delft have achieved the abili-

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Medicare ban on sex reassignment

Synthetic

ically engineered ingredients in the conventional meaning of

Continued from A1 That technology, synthetic biology, involves the creation of biological sys-

the term. Rather, the organism

tems intended for specific

ing products that contain such ingredients "natural," an obvious selling point for companies, gives a false impression. "This is not what consum-

care can no longer automatically deny coverage requests for sex reassignment surgeries, a federal board ruled Friday in a groundbreaking decision

m any people mightbe affected by the decision. Gary Gates, a demographer with The Wil-

that recognizes the procedures

versity of California, Los An-

are medicall y necessary for some people who don't identify with their biological sex. Ruling in favor of a 74-yearold transgender Army veteran

geles, has estimated that peo-

purposes. Originally aimed at p r oducing b i ofuels, the technology has been around for about 20 years, but applications have only recentlybegun to emerge across several industries including cosmetics, flavorings and scents. Unilever recently announced that it was using algae oil for its popular soap Lux and that the oil was made by the company Solazyme. The two companies signed an agreement

ple who self-identify as transgender make up 0.3 percent of

in 2009 to explore use of Solazyme's products in the

the U.S. adult population. Over 49 million Americans are en-

consumer giant's goods.

whose request to have Medi-

rolled in Medicare.

surgery lifted By Lisa Leff

in their individual case, Levi

The Associated Press

sard.

SAN FRANCISCO — Medi-

care pay for her genital reconstruction was denied two years ago, a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services review board said there was no justification for a three-de-

cade-old agency ruleexcluding such surgeries from treatments covered by the national health

No statistics exist on how

liams Institute, a think tank on LGBT issues based at the Uni-

The cost of gender reas-

signment surgery varies, but typically ranges from $7,000 to $50,000, according to the Transgender Law Center in Oakland, Calif. In Friday's ruling, the appeals board said that HHS lacked sufficient evidence in

program for the elderly and disabled.

1981 when it made a "national

My answer is 'How old is too old?'" the veteran, Denee Mal-

what it then called "transsex-

ing that it's a 'waste of mon-

cord showed then, studies and

could have an active life ahead

experts have since shown the efficacy of surgical interven-

coverage determination," or "Sometimes I am asked, 'Ar- NCD, holding that Medicare en't I too old to have surgery.' recipients were ineligible for ual surgery" because the prolon, of Albuquerque, N.M., said cedure was too controversial, in an email interview before experimental and medically the board issued its decision. risky. "When people ask if I am too The panel went on to say old, it feels like they are imply- that regardless of what the reey' to operate at my age. But I of me foranother 20 years. And I want to spend those years in congruence and not distress." Jennifer Levi, a lawyer who directs the Transgender Rights Project of Gay & Lesbian Advocates and Defenders in Boston, said the ruling does not

tions as a treatment for gender

dysphoria, the diagnosis given to people who experience extreme distress due to the disconnect between their birth

sexandtheirgenderidentity. "We have no difficulty con-

duding that the new evidence, which includes medical studies

mean Medicare recipients are necessarily entitled to have sex reassignment surgery paid for by the government. Instead, the lifting of the coverage ban means they now will be able to seek authoriza-

published in the more than 32

tion by submitting documentation from a doctor and mental

we discuss below, the grounds for the ... exclusion of coverage

years since issuance of the 1981 report underlying the NCD, outweighs the NCD record and demonstrates that transsexual

surgery is safe and effective and not experimental. Thus, as

health professionals stating are not reasonable," the civilthat surgery is recommended ian panel said.

producing the oil has been genetically altered. But they contend that call-

ers think of when they see the

word natural on a label," said Michael Hansen, senior scientist at Consumers Union.

Domen of Ecover said there had been a big internal debate Heidi Schumann/New YorkTimesNews Servicefile photo

Algae grows in petri dishes at Soiazyme's research labs in South San Francisco in 2011. Oii from genetically modified algae like these is just one way in which synthetic biology is being used in

the manufacture of consumer goods, an increasingly controversial subject that corporations have iong been reluctant to discuss.

about use of the algal oil but that the environmental ben-

efits ultimately outweighed concerns over any negative consumer reaction. The oil is produced by alteredalgae grown in abioreactor, Domen said, and fed with sugar cane. The algae is then

gy, to produce a wide variety gene, and that process is wide- of oils and ingredients," Genet harvested and pressed to rehow reluctant companies ly in use now. Some newer pro- Garamendi, a s p o keswom- lease the oil, he said. may be to disclose the use cesses using synthetic biology an for Solazyme, wrote in an Domen said that Method, of synthetic biology, it is un- involve techniques that exten- emaiL a popular line of household dear whether the oil in Lux sively alter genetic code. Those Solazyme describes the or- products that Ecover bought in was generated through the include "artificial gene synthe- ganism that produces the oil 2012, also is considering using same synthetic process as sis," in which DNA is created as "an optimized strain" of sin- ingredients generated through Ecover's detergent. Unile- on computers and inserted into gle-cell algae "that have been synthetic biology processes. ver declined to comment. organisms, and other methods in existence longer than we He referredquestions about These a n nouncements for changing DNA sequences have." how Solazyme disposes of the have prompted some envi- and genes within organisms to Solazyme pointed to the en- remains of the algae once the vironmental benefits of its pro- oil is extracted to Solazyme. ronmental groups and con- alter their function. sumer activists to call for Such techniques are used to cesses and noted that environ- The company r esponded: labelingthat would disclose coax bacteria, fungi and oth- mental organizations like the "Resulting biomass is comwhether synthetic biology er organisms into producing World Wildlife Fund support pletely inert and can be used was used to make product substances they do not natu- its work. in a number of applications "We use molecular biology that are beneficial to reducing ingredients. rally produce. The algae now "We support Ecover's de- churning out the oil Ecover is and standard industrial fer- greenhouse gases." termination to move away using in its laundry detergent, mentation to produce renewEcover said it was working from using unsustainable for instance, would not gen- able, sustainable algal oils that with Friends of the Earth, ETC palm oil, but would ask erate such oil without genetic help alleviate pressures on the and other groups to address your company to recon- tinkering. fragile ecosystems around the concerns about labeling its "It is not possible to harvest Equator that are f requently detergent. sider the false solution of "We're currently still lookusing ingredients derived algae in the sea and get this subject to deforestation and from the new genetic en- oil," Domen said. habitat destruction," Jill Kauff- ing into that, specifically, on gineering — synthetically According to the ETC Group man Johnson, the company's the labeling, how we can best modified organisms," the (the Erosion, Technology and director o f su s tainability, communicate this," D omen groups wrote in a letter to Concentration organization wrote in an email. said. "We definitely want to the company. based in Canada that tracks Other environmental and provide all the information An ingredient crucial to emerging technologies), Ecov- consumer groups, however, necessary." malaria drugs, artemisi- er is the only companythat has want Ecover to note the use of nin, is already being pro- publicly confirmed the use of synthetic biology in the new oil See us for retractable duced from a yeast altered synthetic biology to create an it is using so that consumers awnings, exterior solar ingredient found in a specif- know what they are buying. through synthetic biology. screens, shade structures. Solazyme pointed to ic product, its Ecover Natural They acknowledge that the Sun ehen you wantit, rennet, a key processing Laundry Liquid. new oil — in Ecover's deteraid in cheese-making that Ecover buys the algal oil gent — does not contain genetshade when you needit. requiresan enzyme called from Solazyme, which used to chymosin to promote clot- describe itself as a synthetic biting. Traditionally, calves' ology company but has taken ~+ccoolsculpting stomachs provided that the term off its website. "We use both n atural O >N DEMA N D enzyme, but since the late LE F F E L Dansse ttlefaranyone 1990s, it has been generat- strains, classic breeding, and GE N T E R but ap l a sticsurgean for ed by a microbe whose ge- strain selection, along with the Coolsculp6ng' 541-389-9983 netic code was altered with tools of modern biotechnolowww.leffelcenter.com ' 541-sss-3006 www.shadeondemand.com the insertion of a single bovine

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he wants to be kept informed about the daily details, which may be mundane, but will help him feel connected to his family, she said. Wilson said she was grateful for the unit's family readiness program, in which military

ed and doing her best to hide it, they will be separated on their she said. first anniversary, July 27. The "I have not been through a upcoming deployment will be deployment before," she said, the longest period they have but the family readiness pro- ever been apart, she said. gram has allowed her to talk But Wilson has a goal in with spouses who have. mind: to come out the other side "It's OK to show those emo- of the separation with an even tions, and it's OK to have a com- stronger relationship. "My best friend is leaving pletely crap day," she said. The family readiness leader me, and I want to work really sends out monthly newslet- hard on having my best friend ters, and the group is already come home to me," she said. planning a barbecue and other The units from Oregon are summer activities, she said. goinginpartbecause theyhave "We'vebecome a circle of sis- performed well during previters. While we're not all living ous deployments, induding together, we're all living with in Iraq in 2009, and in part be-

spouses support one another

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put his mission and his job and his focus before his family," she said this week. "My No. 1 ob-

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while theirlovedones are away. son said. "We do have a really From them, she has learned she strong support group." doesn't have to put a brave face And thatgroup may come on her feelings all the time. in handy if Wilson has, say, a "This is going to be awful, plumbing emergency. Wilson and we're going to have our knows she can call her group moments when we're down readiness leader for h elp. and we're sad. And that's per-

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cause it is their turn in the rotation, Bomar said.

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Hotel

Who might replaceShinseid?

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Pete Chiarelli — The retired four-star general served asArmy vice chief of staff from August 2008 to January 2012. He rose through the ranks after completing ROTCtraining at Seattle University, eventually commanding at every level, from platoon to corps. Chiarelli now serves asthe chief executive of One Mind, which promotes awareness and research of brain injuries and mental illness. Heled the Defense Department's efforts to address post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injuries and suicide. Stanley McChrystal — This retired four-star general helped craft the Afghanistan war strategy as commander of U.S. forces in that country. Obama dismissed him from his job after a Rolling Stone article featured his disparaging remarks about some of the president's senior civilian advisers, including Vice President Joe Biden. The White Houseappears to have madeupwith McChrystal, having quickly invited him after the dismissal to lead the Joining Forces Initiative, which supports military families. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I• — Reedknows Congress and the military, having served in both. He is a former Army ranger andU.S. Military Academyalumnus, making him one ofonly eight U.S. senators in history to graduate from WestPoint, according to his website. It is unclear whether Obama iswilling to put Reed's Senateseat in jeopardy during what is expected to be atough election year for Democrats. Mike Mnllen — A retired Navyadmiral who served aschairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for the Bush and Obamaadministrations, Mullen turned to the private sector in 2013, joining the boards of General Motors and Sprint Nextel Corp. Patrick Murphy — Murphy is a former Democratic congressman from Pennsylvania andthe first Iraq war veteran to serve in the House,but he lost his seat after two terms during the 2010tea party wave. Hehas aregular series on MSNBCcalled "Taking the Hill," which focuses on veterans issues. Murphy, who practices law in Philadelphia, said Friday that Shinseki's replacement should besomeone who "will inspire confidence in veterans, whowalked in their ranks ... has an intimate understanding of veteran policy, and hasthe leadership ability." He declined to say whether hefits that description. — The Washington Post

Veterans Continued from A1 But all this was apparently a secret to Secretary Eric Shinse-

ki, perched 12 levels above 'Ituner in the VA's towering bu-

reaucracy. Somewhere underneath Shinseki — among the undersecretaries and deputy

undersecretaries and bosses and sub-bosses — the fact that clerks were cheating the system was lost. On Friday, Shinseki resigned and was replaced byhis deputy. But his departure is unlikely Matt Eich I For The Washington Poet to solve the VA's broader prob- As secretary of Veterans Affairs in 2013, Eric Shinseki tours the lem — a bureaucracythat had VA Medical Center-Hampton, in Hampton, Va. Three times a year, been taught, over time, to hide Shinseki spent a solid week meeting with each regional VA medical its problems from Washington. director, but, apparently, his message of openness wasn't enough. Indeed, as President Barack

The Bates, who also have

a marketingcompany, expect the sale to close soon and hope to r eopen the

hotel by next spring. No current tenants will be displaced, Bates said. He de-

clined to give the sale price, but 18 months ago co-owntel on the market for $2.7 million. The city is considering the couple's hotel redevelopment project for its Jumpstart Loan Program, which comes with a $1 public money match for every $4 in private funding — up to $500,000 — for projects expected to provide a catalyst for economic growth

Joe Kline The Bulletin

early in the application pro- generations, offering apartcess. The city has asked the ments, hotel rooms, banquet Bates for more information space, a billiard hall, shops and, once received, the city and restaurants. will begin an extensive unThe New Redmond Hotel is derwriting process to mea- significantly larger than The sure the likelihood of suc- Orenco, but that doesn't worry cess for the project. Bates. "The committee that reviewed the application is

couple a long list of architects, engineers and restoration ex-

perts accustomed to historical buildings. Whether the hotel will be

m arketed primarily to t h e business or leisure traveler re-

mains to be seen, Bates said, as " Whether it's 14 o r 4 0 0 they "roll around in the data" rooms, it's the same: Set stan- and analyze the best uses for

excited about the project, dards and keep them up, esit's gotten a good response tablish operating procedures overall but it's a lot of mon- and make sure staff underey and the city takes its re- standsyour requirements," he sponsibility to taxpayers said. "The key is to make it so seriously," she said. flippin' cool that people walk "I'm not sure if we would out and can't wait to tell their have done t hi s w i t hout friends." It's too early to say exactly the loan program," Bates said. "While we've always what changes the Bates will planned to retire to Central make to the hotel, outside of an Oregon, we weren't plan- upgraded HVAC system and ning on buying a hotel. repairs to its vast inventory of The loan program is very windows. But a few ideas are attractive because it's hard already being tossed around, getting a loan for an empty including a rooftop bar and unused hotel." possibly a soaking pool in the The second and t h i rd basement. floors of the New Redmond The rooms themselves are Hotel have 48 rooms that

in decent shape, Bates said, but

have been primarily empty for 10 years. The ground

everything needs upgrading,

floor has retail, office and

r e placed a

wooden predecessor that

the building, which he considers Redmond's living room. "Positioning, voice, performance, marketing — t h at's

what all hotels need, and everything we do in our marketingbusiness for hundreds of hotels we can use for our own," he said. "Having the hotel be empty has made it like a home with a big hole in the middle of it." — Reporter: 541-548-2186, Ipugmire@bendbulletttt.com

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c ommand. Gould

VA last year. Gould said that

new owners areshooting for a less grandfatherly, more "cool,"

A ccording t o

news did not reach Shinseki's

— 200,000 employees. And I'm having to approve reimbursement: Until recently, the VA had ments for somebody." been seen as a WashingtonsucKizer set out to change that.

the lobby of the New Redmond Hotel. The hotel's

process is not complete but, if approved, the loan has the potential to be forgiven if all criteria is met. burned down i n

The hotel was dubbed "New R e dmond H o t el"

level at all. This is an ironic develop-

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years as Shinseki's second-in l ef t t h e

A grandfather clock graces

er Brad Evert had the ho-

Obama said, one of the agency's key failings was that bad this multibillion-dollar organization with — at that time

Pl

Continued from A1

Slean Glheen — President Obama has named himthe acting head of the agency. During the third-generation veteran's time in his previous position leading the USO, net fundraising for the group grew by 90 percent, according to his VAbiography. Obamaawarded himwith the 2011 National Medal of Arts for "lifting the spirits of service members andtheir families through the arts." "He's a great leader whogets what's going on," said Iraq andAfghanistan Veterans of America official Tom Taran tino."He'salwaysbeenanamazingand dynamicleader." Lawmakers havepraised him as well. "He certainly has a very strong background," Sanders said. "He has the commitment to veterans — hewouldn't have been the headof USOif he wasn't."

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Shinseki tried hard to show he

was open to bad news. Three times a year, in fact, ShinseHe cut back on staffing at VA ki spent a solid week meeting headquarters in Washington with each of his regional VA and atregional headquarters. medical directors.

management and started using performancedataso m anagers He cut out layers in the chain at the top could keep abreast of of command. Andhe embraced problems at the bottom. the idea that statistics could alThen that success began to lowthe agency's leaders to peer unravel. around those middlemen and As the VA's caseload in- see the bottom from the top.

That was 63 separate four-

hour interviews, every year. But, apparently, his message of openness wasn't enough: In those hours of meetings, nobody told Shinseki what so creased during two wars, the If patients at a certain hospi- many people in his system apagency grew thick around the tal were waiting too long for ap- parentlyknew. "I find it shocking that anymiddle again. And then, when pointments, they wouldn't have the people at the bottom started

to wait for the news to travel

one could believe that they

sending in fiction, the people at the top took it as fact. "Shinseki goes up to Capitol Hill, and says, 'I didn't know anything.' I find it perfectly believable," said Paul Light, a professor at New York University who has studied the bureau-

from a scheduling clerk to a

were expected to dissemble"

supervisor, from the supervisor to a chief, from the chief to the

about performance measures,

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Gould said. This is how the system was pital director to the region, and failing: As the VA's patient from the region to Washington. load grew, new layers of midInstead, Washington could dle management slowly rejust watch the numbers and see appeared. And all the way at cracy of the VA and others in for itself. the bottom of the VA's 12-level Washington. "And that's a real In theory. chain of command were the problem." Today, 15 years after he left schedulers — the ones who had

Badbeginnings

hospital director, from the hos-

the VA, Kizer said he's frustrat-

ed to see that one of his solu-

For decades, the VA was a tions — that numbers-based byword for bureaucracy itself, system — became the problem seen as Washington's ultimate itself. Instead of alerting the paper-pushing, mind-bending bosses to problems in the field, hierarchy. That reputation was ithas been perverted to cover rooted in the VA's history: It themup. "The measures have become came about because the agency's first leader was an auda- the end," Kizer said in a phone cious crook.

interview from California, "as Charles Forbes was chosen opposed to a means to an end." to head the Veterans Bureau

by his poker buddy, President Warren Harding, in 1921. He was a poor choice. Forbes took kickbacks. He sold off federal supplies. He wildly misspent taxpayer money — once buying a 100-year supply of floor wax, enough to polish a floor the size of Indiana, for 25 times the reg-

Care versuswait times

Today,even after a ma ssive influx of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans that increased

the number of VA patients by nearly 2 million, the VA health system still does many things well. The satisfaction rate for patients who have been treated

ular price (apparently as a favor by the VA is over 80percent. to a floor wax company). But in many places, veterans Forbes was eventually con- were waiting too long to get the victed of bribery and conspira- care they needed. "When you actually get in cy. But afterward, the VA's next leaders built in layers of bu- the room with a d octor, it's reaucracy and paperwork — to OK. But it's what it takes to get be sure that nobody would ever to that point that I think is the have the same freedom to steal. problem," said Stewart HickSeventy years after Forbes ey, national executive director was gone, the place was still of the veterans service group wrapped in that red tape.

That was clear on the day that Kenneth Kizer — a reform-

er appointed by President Bill Clinton — arrived at the VA's

health service. "I had to approve reimburse-

to match veterans with doctors.

There were too many veterans. There were too f ew

doctors. So what should they do? One choice was to tell the truth — tell the computer how

long veterans were waiting for an appointment. That was

what Shinseki said he wanted, 12 levels up and miles away in Washington. But, accordingto people with experience in scheduling, it

lower-level bureaucrats wanted. In some cases, local officials' bonuses depended on the

numbers looking good. So, at some point years ago, they began asking derks to change the numbers — with practices like "zeroing it out." Cheating was

made easier by the VA's ancient

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computer systems, designed decades ago. For many derks, the choice between the bureaucrats they knew and the secretary they

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didn't was obvious. "They would say, 'Change the "desired date" to the date

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AMVETS. 'You're sick today. Three weeks from now, you're

ment of a secretary ... purchasI n recent years, the V A ing a cable for her computer. health system started to fail

der to lie wasn't worth it. "You know, in the end, the

that test. veteran got the appointment "That's what, to me, makes that was available anyway," the $11 or $12," Kizer said. There was a form. He had to sign it this event so shocking," said employee said. "It didn't affect personally. "Here I'm running Scott Gould, who spent four the veteran's care." I think it was something like

~ e

was often the opposite of what

of the appointment,'" said one employeeknowledgeable about scheduling practices at a VA either cured oryou're dead." medical center. The employee, One great test of any bureau- who spoke on the condition of cracy is whether it can effec- anonymity for fear of retaliatively deliver bad news to the tion, decided to go along with top of its chain of command. those requests. Fighting the or-

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UPDATE: THAI COUP

un a sa s i ma ru e or a ear By Thomas Fuller

New U.K. curriculum leaves U.S. authors on the bookshelf

New York Times News Service

By Steven Erlanger

Ishiguro. But dropping the works LONDON — When gov- has caused a ruckus onernment shapes a nation's line and in newspapers and literary education, politics weeklies like The Spectator inevitably plays a role. That and New Statesman. The has become clear in the books left out include Maya case of the influential and Angelou's "I Know Why the c ontroversial British m i n Caged Bird Sings," removed ister of education, Michael in the week the author died; Gove, who was accused of Harper Lee's " To Kil l a jingoism this week for new Mockingbird"; and Arthur syllabus requirements that Miller's "The Crucible." And have led to the removal of at least one exam board, classic American works like Assessment and Qualifica"To Kill a Mockingbird" and tions Alliance, has no U.S. "The Crucible." novels or plays on its list of At issue are the minimum proposed texts. requirements for students T oni M o r r i son, a s k ed taking the General Certif- about the changes while at a

BANGKOK — Thailand's military junta tightened

New York Times News Service

its control Friday with a far-reaching plan to appoint an interim government, write a new constitution

and carry out large-scale public works projects. The junta also disdosed for

cil was similar to the demands

of a protest movement, rooted in Bangkok's conservative es-

the first time how long it in-

tended to remain in chargeat least into the second half of

tablishment, that in the months

leading up to the military coup had paralyzed the now-deposed governing party. The general used the moralistic language of the pro-

2015.

The country may return to democracy in around 14 months as long as "peace, order and reform is achieved," said Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, head

test movement to describe his

of the junta.

goals. "Rules and regulations

Speaking in a n ationally televised address eight days

will be amended in order to

have a good, honest and moral leaderto govern the country," ed government, Prayuth laid he said. out ambitious plans to put the Prayuth said thegovernment military's stamp on Thailand's would continue large-scale future. projects started by the previous "We understand we live in government for flood prevena democratic world," Prayuth tion around Bangkok and a resaid. "Please give us time to vamped train network. change attitudes, values and He did not offer specifics on many other things." what reforms might be enacted, The military has closed a but analysts have speculated number of television stations, that the junta may seek to furbarred criticism of the coup in ther reduce the role of elected the media, blocked websites representatives. After the last and arrested members of an military coup in 2006, the upas-yet small movement that per house of Parliament was has protested the coup. But a changed from a fully elected curfew that was imposed when body to a half-appointed one. the junta seized power has One of the framers of the conbeen relaxed to only four hours stitution written after that coup, a night and most businesses Wicha Mahakhun, said then in the country are operating that "elections are evil." normally. Many members of the BangA dozen successful coups kok establishment, which has have punctuated Thailand's traditionally enjoyed hegehistory over the past eight de- mony in national politics and cades. The country is more is made up of conservative deeply divided than at any monarchists, old-money elites, point in recent history. judges and middle-class Thais, Prayuth said he was seeking are disillusioned with electo"return happiness tothe Thai toral democracy. They have people and foreignnationals re- felt threatened by consecusiding in Thailand." tive victories by the political Yet he offered a blueprint movement founded by Thaklikely to appeal mainly to one sin Shinawatra, a billionaire side of the country's political tycoon who raised the political divide. The general's plan for awareness of provincial voters an appointed legislative coun- through policies such as uni-

icate of Secondary Educa-

tion English exam, usually given when they are 15 or 16. Gove had complained that many taking the test had read only one novel, and, for 90 percent of those

after he overthrew the elect-

literature festival, said that the British "will regret it." Morrison said: "It may

be that the academies will

catch up w it h t h e a r t ists who write literature, and it won't have these nationaliss tudents, that w a s J o h n tic categories, and so on. So you'll have literature." Steinbeck's "Of M ice and Men." Paul Dodd of Oxford, Gove, a Con s ervative

A boy plays with Thai soldiers guarding the square at Victory Mon-

Cambridge and RSA Exam- and former journalist, reinations, one of the boards sponded to the criticism by

ument to prevent anti-coup demonstrators in Bangkok on Friday.

that set and grade the test,

arguing that students were

said Gove had called that "a really d i sappointing

reading too narrowly, and that beyond the core re-

statistic."

quirements, exam b oards had no restrictions on their

Wason Wanichakorn/The Associated Press

reesiroong complained that subsidies. Thaksin's movement Thai media was "broadcasting has won every national election only good news" from the junsince 2001, but its leaders have ta, "and negatively criticize the been removed from power five other side without allowing times, three times by courts them space to respond." The that have sided with the Bang- post conduded: "Where's there kok establishment. reconciliation?" The junta now appears to Leadersofthe former protest be trying to scrub away the in- movement have been barred fluence of Thaksin's political by the military from making movement from the bureau- public comments. But before cracy. It has removed gover- Prayuth's speech, photos of nors and senior police officers them celebrating at a French who were seen as allied with restaurant in an upscale BangThaksin. kok neighborhood circulated Thailand's normally cacoph- on social media. Many wore onous social media has been military fatigues, an apparent partly cowed by the junta's sign of their approval of the threats to take action against coup, and were shown dancits critics. But a number of ing and singing their protest versal health care and farm

visitors to a popular Internet posted skeptical comments of

choice of authors. SuggesBritish schools to broaden tions that U.S. works were the choice and variety of being banned, he said, were "rooted in fiction." literature, not limit it. New regulations require that stuA spokesman for the edudents study at least one play cation department said the by Shakespeare, at l east requirements represented one 19th-century novel, a "the minimum" s t udents selection of poetry since must learn and that exam 1789 and "fiction or drama boards could include literaGove arguedthathe wanted

from the British Isles from

ture from anywhere.

1914 onwards." The government does not prescribe-

Teachers and teachers' unions, which have criti-

or proscribe — any particu-

cized Gove for hisefforts

lar work. Some

to change the educational system, said he should not

examination

boards have chosen to re-

interfere. place some recommended Last year the National U.S. novels w it h B r i t i sh Union of Teachers called for

ones, like Meera Syal's

anthem.

discussion board, Pantip.com,

Given those numbers,

A video posted by one of the protest leaders, Chitpas Krida-

Prayuth's speech. korn, was titled "Keep on fightA post by a user named Wa- ing, Don't retreat."

his resignation, asserting that he has based policy "on ticultural co m ing-of-age dogma, political rhetoric tale, and "Never Let Me Go," and his own limited experiby the British-based Kazuo ence of education." "Anita and Me," a 1997 mul-

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BRIEFING Local namedto state ed board Lisa Graham, alocal engineer, will help lead the state's higher education system. Graham wasconfirmed as amember of the State Board of High-

er Education on Thursday by the state Senate. Graham's tenure will lastfrom July1 to July 1, 2015, during which the state's public universities will transition to having independent boards. Grahamis CEO of Black CanyonWoodworks, which she co-founded with her husband in 2011.She previously worked at Bend Research andat Union Carbide in West Virgina. Sheholds a doctorate in chemical engineering from Oregon State University.

BETTER TOGETHER

BRIEFING

eamin u ors u en success By Tyler Leeds The Bulletin

A new effort is underway to unite education, commu-

nity and business groups to improve students' graduation rates and career success

across Central Oregon. Better Together has been

by a grant from the Oregon Community Foundation, which brought together the six Central Oregon school districts, the High Desert Education Service District,

Central Oregon Community College, OSU-Cascades, local

at work for just over a year,

nonprofits and businesses. The aim of Better Together is

but officially launched this

not to start new programs but

month with an event at the

instead to coordinate toward

Redmond Public Library. The promoting a set of outcomes undertaking was spurred that encourage graduation

recognition that a student's

a collection of some unlikely partners, and working on

success depends on much

these outcomes matters for

more than what happens at school.

different reasons to each gl oup.

and employment, with the

"The message to schools is, 'You're not in this alone,'"

Besides the education part-

said Anna Higgins, the or-

ners, some of Better Together's members include repre-

ganization's coordinator of

sentatives from Economic

student success. "It's not just about academic success, it's

Development for Central Oregon, St. Charles Health

about the whole child, within

System and the Latino Com-

the family and community

munity Organization. See Success/B6

contexts. To do this, we have

— Bulletin staff reports

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a tree in the12000 block

him.

Andrews' time of death hasn't been confirmed but hewas last seen by friends and neighbors around noon Wednesday, according to OSP.Andrews' wife found him after returning from out of town.

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3 nabbed ontheN, drug charges

Fatal crash near Sisters A Thursday evening two-car crash on U.S. Highway 20 between Sisters and Bendkilled one womanandinjured two men, according to a news release from Oregon State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings. April Jegglie, 39, of Bend, was driving east on the highway near Fryrear Roadwhen her car crossed the centerline and crashed, nearly head-on, into another vehicle. Jegglie was pronounced dead atthe scene, Hastings said. She was driving on a suspendedlicense. Cody Herburger, 27, the driver of the other vehicle, was taken by ambulance to St. Charles Bend with injuries that were not life-threatening. Herburger's passenger, Nicklaus Newport, 29, received minor injuries and was later transported to the hospital by a family member for examination. Herburger and Newportare both Sisters residents, according to Hastings. OSP troopers are continuing the investigation into the causeof the crash andwhether seat belts were used. The highway was closed for approximately two hours following the crash.

Oregon State Police are investigating an accidental death of a 72-year-old Crescent Lake manwho was killed Thursday apparently while trying to cut down a tree onhis property. Troopers and the Chemult Rural Fire Protection District responded about 8:40 p.m. to a report of a dead man pinned under of Cruickshank Drive southeast of Crescent Lake. According to OSP, Eugene FrankAndrews was trying to cut down a tree when it fell and hit him in the head. Hehad tied a rope to the tree and was pulling it with an all-terrain vehicle. He was about 20 feet from the tree's basewhen it fell, hitting and pinning

Roadwork on Purcell Boulevard City of Bend crews will begin prepping for road overlay work on Northeast Purcell Boulevard from PaulaDrive to Neff Road starting Monday. Crews will work from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Friday, with lane closures required. Flaggers and signs will be in place to maintain twoway traffic, but travelers should expect delays.

Tiee fallson,kills Crescent lakeman

Photos by Andy Tullis i The Bulletin

Chris Bauersfeld, above, the executive director at Brightside Animal Center, helps unload 10 rescued dogs from California that were flown in to Butler Aviation at the Redmond Airport on Friday. These "death row" dogs — saved from a fate of euthanasia — were then transported to BrightSide j

in Redmond, where they were

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checked in, cared for and prepared for future adoption.

Dismisseddeputy DAs REDMOND PROFICIENCY ACADEMY Former principal is file replybrief inappeal released fromprison By Shelby R. King

district attorneys, filed a reply

The Bulletin

brr'ef on May 27, outlining

T hree former Deschutes se veral reasons why the C ounty deputy district attor- c ounty is liable. Among those neys who in July 2013 accept- re asons are that the state edasettlementdealinalawcertified the county as "'the s uit against District Attorney p u blic employer' of the DDAs Patrick Flaherty have filed for the purposes of negotiata replybrief with the ing the DDAs' terms Oregon Court of Apand conditions of empeals arguing that the ployment," andthat the county shouldnot have county's decision not been released from to ratify the bargaining liability in the suit. agreement resulted in Phil Duong, BrentFla h erty Flahertybeing able to ley Foster and Jody fire the three DDAs Vaughan were fired in 2011 wr'thout just cause, according after Flahertytookoffice. to the brief. Altschul did not T hey sued Flaherty and the r eturn a call for comment. county, originally asking for The initial lawsuit alleged $22 million and reinstatethat the commissioners'execment, alleging wrongful utrve decision to delay a rattermination, sex discriminaifr'cationvote on acollective t ion, unfair labor practices bargaining agreement from

Bulletin staff report

he'd sexually abused another

The former principal of Redmond Proficiency Acad-

femal e student, then 17, at Cent r al Linn High School in

and violations of their First A mendment rights to free

he was arrested on suspicion

100 mph, and one for first-de-

of sexually abusing a female

gr e e theft of RPA computers and other equipment, whichhe

A ndrew Altschul, an attor-

D ecember 2010until after Flaherlytook office in January 2011 constituted abreach of g ood faith and fair dealing.

ney for the three fired deputy

See Appeal /B5

speech and association.

emywhowas sentencedto 21 H a lseybetween December months in prison for sexually 2 0 05 and March 2006. abusing a female student has

In Oct o ber 2012, he entered

been released after 14 months in custody.

an Alford plea to one

— Bulletin staff reports

counteachofsecond-de-

Betty Bernt, the act-

ingcommunications director fortheOregon

Three Bendresidents were arrested on theft and drug-related charges Thursday afternoon, according to a Bend Police Department news release. Officers served a search warrant in the 61000 block of Chuckanut Drive at1:50 p.m. Thursday. At the residence, they encountered Richard Patterson, 21, Troy Mercer, 40, Farrah Carkhuff, 37 andKaitlyn Byers,19, of Bend. Officers found evidenceof stolen property including a car from Arizona, checks, credit cards and cellphones. Officers also found methamphetamine, marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms and evidence the stolen property was being traded for drugs, the release said. Mercer, Patterson and Carkhuff were arrested and lodged atthe Deschutes County jail. Mercer was chargedwith alleged unlawful possession, unlawful delivery, possession of astolen vehicle andfrequenting a house wheredrugs are used, kept or sold. Patterson wascharged with unlawful possession, unlawful delivery, theft by receiving, computer crime, tampering with physical evidenceand frequenting a house where drugs areused, kept or sold. Carkhuff was chargedwith unlawful possession andfrequenting a housewhere drugs are used,kept or sold. Byers wasaccused of frequenting ahouse where drugs areused, kept or sold but wasreleased andcharges may be filed against her at a later date, according to the release.

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gree and third-degree

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ing an Alford plea, a defendant pleads guilty

' +:Wq~ sexual abuse. Bymak~ a ' ~i'

Department of Corrections, wrote in an email Bre m ont wi tho u t admitting Friday that Michael wrongdoing, acknowlBremont entered prison on edging the prosecution is likely

STATE NEWS

Salem

Jan. 22, 2013, and was released to prove the charge. He was March 20. He spent 422 days in s entenced in December 2012, custody, about 14months. atwhichtimehe alsopleaded

Bremont was principal of the charter school when he

gui l t y and was sentenced on two a d d itional charges: one

was charged in February 2012 for eluding an Oregon State with a variety of crimes after tr o oper at speeds greater than student in2009 and2010. In June 2012, he was arrested

again, this time on allegations

then s old online.

SeePrincipal/B5

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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014

WORLD WAR I 100TH ANNIVERSARY APPROACHING

Pink, red, white, yellow — more than10,000 flowers of 500 varieties are planted at the International Rose Test Garden, called the country's oldest public garden of its kind, in Portland. The garden is almost100 years old, and it was started with a specific goal in mind: survival of several species

that aren't necessarily even native to Oregon, butwere in danger of being wiped out.

PORTLAND — Boasting spectacular views of the city skyline and — on a clear day — snow-covered Mount Hood, Portland's International Rose Test Garden in Washington Park is a refuge from a hectic world. But during World War I, the rose garden offered a refuge of a different sort: It was a preserve for plants that European hybridists feared might be wiped out in the bombings. This summer marks100 years since the start of World War I in 1914, and while the rose garden did not become a reality until after the U.S. entered the war less than three

years later, in 1917, it was proposed not long after the war began.

As early as August 1915, an Oregon newspaper reported that Jesse Currey, a Portland rose hobbyist, was working to gain support for his idea of a municipal rose test garden from American Rose Society President Wallace Pierson and Portland's George Baker,

then the city's parks commissioner, and later its mayor when the garden was approved in 1917.

Currey got help from his friend George Thomas Jr., a rose enthusiast from Philadelphia and a captain in Army Air Service who flew in France during the war. In June 1918, the Oregonian newspaper called Thomas "America'sgreatest amateur rosarian" and

Photos by Portland Parks & Recreation/The Associated Press

reported that before he went to war, he left in- The International Rose Test Garden, one of Portland's famous gardens, is in Washington Park. structions that "as soon as the Portland gar-

den was established, it should receive his two most promising seedlings." In early 1918, the garden began receiving plants from growers in England and Ireland, as well as Los Angeles, Washington and the Eastern United States.

More flowers for the City of Roses

and fragrance.A Gold Medal Garden features previous years' best selections, and the Shakespeare Garden features roses named

after characters in the bard's works. The flowers bloom from May until as late as November. Landers said about a half-mil-

lion visitors from all over the world stop in to Portland has long been nicknamed the smell them each year.

"City of Roses." A decade before the test gar-

Oregon'sownwareffort The rose garden is anexample both of Oregon's support for the war through its natural resourcesincluding food from its farms and timber from its forests — and aspart of the era's nationwide City Beautiful movement, said ChetOrloff, with the Oregon Historical Society. "Through that whole period, weare really putting a lot of effort ... into creating a greater parks system," said Orloff, who also is president and director of Portland's Museum of the City. "The rosewas such an important part of the persona of the city, and this was agreat way to contribute to an international effort to preserve something."

"The fragrance is back into roses," Landers

den was proposed, 20 miles said, noting that some rose lovers had worof Portland's streets were ried the smell had been bred out of them in lined with rose bushes for favor ofdisease resistance. "The fragrance the 1905 Lewis and Clark is just intoxicating." They're most fragrant Centennial Exposition. Two in the heat of the day, Landers said, though years later, Portland began that's also when the garden is busiest. He said they're at their most beautiful in the morning, its annual rose festival. The test garden was a way and he prefers the garden in the early mornto solidify the city's reputa- ings as the city below comes to life. tionas arose-growing center Thus far there are no plans to mark the internationally — its support- war's centenary at the garden. But the city ers at the time worried Seat-

is celebrating its 107th Rose Festival through

tle or Tacoma, Wash., could steal the title, according to

June 15.

If you go Where:Washington Park International Rose Test Garden, 400 S.W.Kingston Ave., Portland Hours:Opendaily 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Freeadmission. Free public tours offered daily, 1 p.m., through Labor Dayweekend. Meet at the RoseGarden store 10 minutes prior. Parking:$1.60 an hour, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Contact:503-823-3664

— The Associated Press

old newspaper accounts.

"This was still the era when cities were promoting themselves, and they did so

by beautifying themselves," said Chet O rloff, d i rector

emeritus of the Oregon Historical Society. In its first year, the garden

occupied about a block, between a playground and an elk corral. Today, it spans 4.5 terraced acres, with more than 10,000rose bushes — more than 600 variet-

iesin every shape and colorexceptblack and blue, even stripes, said Harry Landers, the

garden's curator.

Still growing Test beds are planted with new varieties

evaluated on several characteristics, including disease resistance, bloom form, color

WWI: Thegreatest total war,uptothat time 2014 marks acentury since the start of World War I. At the time known as theGreat War —there wasn't yet a need to differentiate a"first" world war from asecond one — the conflict brought the empires of Europe to waragainst one another. TheUnited States didn't declare war onGermany and its allies until April1917. But when it did, it instituted the first universal draft and raised amilitary force of more than 4million — including, for the first time, a significant number of African-Americans andwomen. The war ended inNovember1918. Acentury later, World War I remains among thedeadliest conflicts of all time, resulting in some 10 million military deaths. TheU.S. alone lost116,516 service members; another 205,690 werewounded. The war set the stage for the rest of the 20th century. It destroyed four empires and solidified America's position in the world. American commemorations of the GreatWarwon't be in full swing until 2017, a century after U.S. involvement in the fight.

Achangedworld, includinghere Most Oregonians led rural lives before World War I, rarely leaving their farming, timber, fishing or mining communities. The war effort eventually provided opportunities for farmers, loggers andshipbuilders — but theGreat Depression andWorld War II weren't far off. An Army sergeant from Portland,

a bookkeeper whosewarduty WaS priSOn guard. Oregon State Archives

Sources: Bulletin research, The Associated Press, World War One Centennial Commission, American Forces Press Service, Oregon History Project, Oregon at War! (Oregon State Archives)


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Health officialssee sharp rise in syphilis, gonorrhea The Associated Press SALEM — State health

wo esinno eas re on I 8 Wl

I'cIC Ill

By Jeff Barnard

Snake River to Oregon in the

The Associated Press

1990s. A 100-pound male was

GRANTS PASS — State

biologists are busy trapping the growing wolf population in northeastern Oregon and fitting them with tracking

captured May 25 in Umatil-

collars.

ber of a pack. Biologists were trying to fit more with tracking collars. Most young d ispersing

la County, she added. It was dubbed OR-26. It was not yet clear if that wolf was a mem-

officials s a y the y ' re alarmed by increased numbers of syphilis and gonorrhea cases in Oregon.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says that

The Salem Statesman Journal reports that Ore-

to give daily satellite position reports like the ones that

best chance of finding other

gon Health Authority figures show that early syphi-

chronicled OR-7's incredible journey from northeastern

wolves for mates, Dennehy

lis cases are at their highest

Oregon into Northern Cal-

levels since 1989. The agency says gonorrhea cases jumped 18 per-

ifornia in search of a mate. The position reports also alert

cent from 2012 to 2013.

near livestock. Oregon's wolf population

Dr. Sean Schafer, a medical epidemiologist with the authority, says the numbers are reminiscentof those from the late 1980s

and early 1990s. Oregon's syphilis rate, at 10 per 100,000 people, is almost twice that of the national rate, 5.3 cases per 100,000.

so far in May, two males have been fitted with GPS collars

ranchers when wolves are has grown to at least 65 since

, fkj~;-

w olves have gone east to Idaho, where they have the

sard. Those wolves also face a danger of being shot by huntOregon Department of Fish and Wildlife via The Associated Press ers, because gray wolves are OR-25, a yearling male from the Imnahapack near Joseph, loung- no longer protectedbythe fedes on a recent spring day. State biologists are trapping and fitting eral Endangered Species Act Oregon's wolf population with GPS tracking collars that give daily satellite position reports.

the species was reintroduced into the N orthern Rockies in the 1990s. Most are in the

you National Forest east of Medford. state, but at least two — OR-7 Biologists using padded legand an uncollared femalehold traps captured a yearling have been photographed in male wolf from the Imnaha the southern Cascade Range pack outside Joseph on May on the Rogue River-Siski- 20 and fitted it with a GPS northeastern corner of the

tracking collar, department spokeswoman Michelle Den-

in Idaho

But some go west. Besides OR-7 and the female with him, a wolf track was conf irmed last w i nter o n t h e flanks of Mount Hood.

Wolves are federally pro25, as the 25th Oregon wolf to tected in Western Oregon and be fitted with a tracking collar by the Oregon Endangered since wolves reintroduced in Species Act in the rest of the Idaho began swimming the state. nehy said. It was dubbed OR-

AROUND THE STATE Mussel harvest closed

— State officials say the north Oregoncoasthasbeenclosedto recreational mussel harvesting because of high levels of marine toxins. The closure, announced Friday, extends from the south jetty of the Columbia River south to the north jetty in Newport. It's due to elevated levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins and includes mussels on all beaches, rocks, jetties, and at the entrance to coastal bays. Crabare not affected. Shellfish contaminated with the toxins can causesevere illness or evendeath. Thetoxins are produced by algae.

Group home escape —Police in the community of Newberg say a manwho escapedfrom a state-operated community group home is accused of entering a neighbor's house, punching a 7-year-old boy, and punching the boy's mother when sheintervened to protect her son. Police say a10-year-old boy in the home called 911. Themother was finally able to push the manout of the house Thursday. KPTV-TV reports that police say anurse was walking the man outside to retrieve something from a vanwhen he punched her and ran. Mother and son were treated at a hospital. Police say they arrested 32-year-old Richard Wright for investigation of trespassing, reckless endangering and assault. Bail has been set at $20,000.

Death sentence affirmed

Courtca s orc an eto iquor a ottite By Steven Dubois

title for Initiative Petition 58

tition, the group leading the

title in favor of "revenue re-

The Associated Press

that reads: "Allows qualified

an issue, and it's common for opposing sides to spar over PORTLAND — O r egon's retail stores to sell liquor; cur- the language. Supreme Court told the state rent price markup replaced Supporters of privatization can't collect signatures until attorney general on Friday to by wholesale sales tax." modify the ballot title for an A lthough the ta x i s o n the court approves a revised initiative petition that would sales between wholesalers ballot title. That could take change the way liquor is sold. and retailers, the Supreme another week or t wo , and Grocery chains such as Court agreed with initiative backers need the names of Fred Meyer and Safeway supporters that voters might 87,213 registered voters by hope to p r ivatize liquor incorrectly think it's a tax im- July 3. "It's going to require a subsales in Oregon, where only posed at the point of a retail state-regulated liquor stores sale. Oregon does not have a stantial effort to be able to are currently permitted to sell sales tax, and voters have re- successfully collect the signadistilled spirits. peatedly rejected a sales tax. tures needed to qualify," said Attorney G eneral E l l en The ballot title is often the Pat McCormick, spokesman Rosenblum certified a ballot first thing a voter reads about for Oregonians for Compe-

initiative.

placementfee." The Supreme Court said Rosenblum's use

The group, however, recently started collecting signatures for a similar version

of the measure — Initiative Petition 47. That ballot title,

of the word "tax" accurately

describes the proposed measure, so it can stay. The Oregon Liquor Con-

approved by the Supreme trol Commission currently Court, reads: "Allows quali- charges a 104 percent markfied retail store to sell liquor; imposes wholesale tax to re-

place current state markup."

up on liquor, with most of the

money going toward state, county and city governments.

I nitiative Petition 58 w i ll likely end up with identical

The initiatives would put a

wanted the word "tax" com-

liquor to replace the state's

pletely removed from the

markup.

72 percent wholesale tax (or wording. McCormick's group revenue-replacementfee) on

— The Oregon SupremeCourt has affirmed the sentence of an inmate on death row for more than a decade.Gregory Allen Bowen fatally shot 76-year-old Don Christiansen in December 2001 and then stole guns from the man's home. ACurry County jury decided in 2003 that Bowen should be executed. After a series of challenges andafter once sending the sentence back to the trial court, the SupremeCourt ruled Friday that the trial judge had gotten the sentencing handled correctly. Only two inmates have beenexecuted sinceOregonvoters reinstated capital punishment in 1984. A majority of death row inmates have beenthere more than a decade. — From wire reports

1VEws oF REcoRD a.m. May 21, in the 20700 block of Brinson Boulevard. Theft —A theft was reported at 3:07 The Bulletin will update items in p.m. May 25, in the 1100 block of the Police Log when such a request Northwest18th Street. is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges Unauthorized use —A vehicle was or acquittal, must be verifiable. For reported stolen at10:02 a.m. May more information, call 541-633-2117. 26, in the 60800 block of Raintree Drive. BEMD POLICE Burglary —A burglary was reported at5:46 p.m. May 26, in the100 block DEPARTMENT of Southeast Ninth Street. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:43 Theft —A theft was reported at 8:26

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a.m. May 27, in the1000 block of Northwest Galveston Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 12:35p.m.May 27,inthe700 block of Northwest Riverside Boulevard. Burglary —A burglary was reported at 1:35 p.m. May 27, in the 700 block of Northeast Tenth Street. Theft —A theft was reported at 2:29 p.m. May 27, in the 61000 block of Snowbrush Drive. Burglary —A burglary was reported at 3:18 p.m. May 27, in the 1500

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541-419-8637. CENTRALOREGONSATURDAY MARKET:Featuring local artists and CENTRAL OREGONSUMMER crafters;10 a.m.-4 p.m.; parking lot MARKET:Featuring a street fair, across from Downtown Bend Public flea market, farmers market, live Library, Parking Lot, 600 N.W.Wall music and more; free; 8 a.m.-4 St.; 541-420-9015. p.m.; Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, 3800 S.W. Airport SALMON BAKE:Featuring a Way, Redmond; 541-385-3364, traditionally cooked salmon lunch, Bill©streetfair2014.com or www. kids crafts and dancers from Wasco, streetfair2014.com. Burns Paiute, Aztec and Polynesia tribes, on the COCC athletic fields; GARAGESALEFUNDRAISER: free, donations accepted; 10 a.m.-4 Benefiting the Vima Lupwa Home p.m.; Central Oregon Community for disadvantaged children in Zambia, Africa; free; 8:30 a.m.-3:30 College, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-318-3782. p.m.; Private Residence, 440 N.W. Congress St., Bend; 541-388-3671 SUNRIVERBREWFEST:Including or www.lupwahomes.org. 12 tokens and aBrewfest mug; $25; noon-6 p.m.; Sunriver Resort,17600 BAKE, BOOK AND PLANT SALE: Center Drive; 541-593-1000 or www. A fundraiser for the Crooked River Ranch Senior Center; free admission; centraloregonbeerweek.com. 9a.m.-5 p.m.; Crooked River Ranch CRESCENDOBENDO:Students Senior Center, 6710 S.W.Ranch of the Cascade School of Music House Road; 541-504-8236. perform in five different concerts; $5 suggested donation; 1-8:30 BEND VEGFEST: A daylong p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall celebration of plant-based foods and other animal-free products, with St., Bend; 541-382-6866 or www. vendors, speakers and tastings and cascadeschoolofmusic.org. a film screening; free; 9 a.m.-5:30 CASCADECHORALESPRING p.m.; Cascade Culinary Institute, CONCERT: The group performs 2555 N.W. Campus Village Way; music from Lerner & Loewe 541-325-1972,bendvegfest@ and Rodgers & Hart, with guest bendbroadband.com or www. conductor Trish Sewell and the bendvegfest.org. Central Oregon Community College Chorus; free, donations accepted; PATCHWORK ANTIQUESAND 2 p.m.; First Presbyterian Church, CRAFTS SUMMER SALE:Featuring 230 N.E Ninth St., Bend; www. antiques, furniture, home-spun cascadechorale.org. crafts, container gardens, flowers, herbs, honey, baked goods and CASCADEHORIZON BAND SPRING CONCERT: The band jellies; 9 a.mr 5 p.m.; private residence, 797 C.Ave., Terrebonne; plays marches, music of Broadway,

block of Northeast Third Street. Theft —A theft was reported at 3:45 p.m. May 27, in the 3800 block of Northwest Summerfield Road. Criminal mischief — An act of criminal mischief was reported at 9:01 a.m. May 28, in the100 block of Northwest Greenwood Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 12:22p.m.May 28,inthe2300block of Northwest Lakeside Place. Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at 3:23 p.m. May

28, in the 700 block of Southeast Fifth Street. Theft —A theft was reported at 4:15 p.m. May 28, in the 61100 block of Southeast 27th Street. Theft —Atheft was reported at 8:08 a.m. May 29, in the19700 blockof Dartmouth Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:14 a.m. May 29, in the 500 block of Southwest Powerhouse Drive. Criminal mischief —An act of criminal mischief was reported at

9:48 a.m. May 29, in the100 block of Northwest Oregon Avenue. Criminal mischief —An act of criminal mischief was reported at 10:23 a.m. May 29, in the1400 block of Northwest Galveston Avenue. Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at 3:31 p.m. May 27, in the 1200 block of Northeast Purcell Boulevard. Criminal mischief —An act of criminal mischief was reported at 8:35 a.m. May 27, in the 100 block of Northeast Greenwood Avenue.

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Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 S.W. Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881 or www.volcanictheatrepub.com. PRINEVILLERESERVOIR STAR PARTY:Exhibits and activities starting at1 p.m., nightviewing will start at10 p.m; free; 10 p.m.; Prineville Reservoir State Park, 19020 S.E Parkland Drive; 541-4474363 or www.oregonstateparks.org.

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Students from Cascade School of Music will perform today during Crescendo Bendo at the Tower Theatre in Bend. popular and patriotic tunes; free, donations accepted; 2 p.m.; Sisters High School, 1700 W. McKinney Butte Road; 541-330-5728 or cascadehorizonband.org. LOVE: THEBITTERANDTHE SWEET:The University of Oregon OperaEnsemble andtheOperaBend

Theater, 220 N.E Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626, 2ndstreettheater©gmail.com or www.2ndstreettheater.com. COMEDY IMPROVSHOW: Featuring Triage and the Reality Benders, supporting BendTheatre for Young

People's scholarship program;$5;

7:30 p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; aselection of operas; $7, COCC students free; 7 p.m.; Central Oregon 541-389-0803 or www.bendimprov. com. Community College, Pinckney Center for the Arts, 2600 N.W. BURN BURN BURN: The Seattle College Way, Bend; 541-383-7510 or pop-punk band performs, with www.operabend.org. Tuck and Roll; free; 9 p.m.; Cinnabar Lounge,121 N.E Third St., BROADWAYBOUNDTALENT Prineville; 541-447-1333. EXTRAVAGANZA:Family-friendly eveningofmusic,dance,com edy GREATELK:Dark indie-folk from and variety; $20, available in New York, with Sam Cooper and advance; 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Street Co. andSecondSon;$5; 9 p.m.;

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CENTRAL OREGONSUMMER MARKET:Featuring a street fair, flea market, farmers market, live music and more; free; 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, 3800 S.W. Airport Way, Redmond; 541-385-3364, Bill©streetfair2014.com or www. streetfair2014.com. HEAVENCANWAIT: 5Kwalk and run to benefit Sara's Project, a breast cancer health education and outreach partnership; $25; 9 a.m., registration at 7 a.m., activities begin at 8 a.m.; Drake Park, 777 N.W. Riverside Blvd., Bend; 541-706-6996 or www.heavencanwait.org. PATCHWORK ANTIQUESAND CRAFTS SUMMER SALE:Featuring antiques, furniture, home spun crafts, container gardens, flowers,

herbs, honey,bakedgoodsand jellies; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; private residence, 797 C.Ave., Terrebonne; 541-419-8637. CASCADE HORIZONBAND SPRING CONCERT: The band plays marches,

music of Broadway, popular and patriotic tunes; free, donations accepted; 2 p.m.;Mountain View High School, 2755 N.E 27th St., Bend; 541-330-5728 or cascadehorizonband.org. SCOTT COSSU:TheSeattle-based pianist performs, with flutist John Croarkin; $15 donation, reservations requested; 7 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m. for potluck; The Glen at Newport Hills, 1019 N.W. Stannium Drive, Bend; 541-480-8830 or houseconcertsintheglen© bendbroadband.com.

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TUESDAY SPOTLIGHTCHAMBER PLAYERS: Featuring a cello duo and a string quartet; free; 3:45 p.m.; Whispering Winds, 2920 Conners Ave., Bend; 541-306-3988, info© highdesertchambermusic.com or www.highdesertchambermusic.

com. ALAN HOWARTH:The Hollywood music composer performs, benefiting Ridgeview High School Band and the Memorial Wall for POMC Portland Chapter; $25 at the door; 7 p.m.; Ridgeview High School, 4555 S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541-923-4800.


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the Land Conservation and Development Commission? There's no way to know. So Bend is spending more than $1 million right now, has easily spent quadruple that already and is headed to an uncertain outcome all over again. What makes the uncertainty all the more uncertain is that as Bend puts togetherits UGB plan, there are at the bottom some building block assumptions.One ishowmuch residential land Bend needs for the next 20 years. Another is howmuch land it needs for business for the next 20 years. Those things are difficult to figure for all sorts of reasons. It's easy for opponents to a UGB expansion to contest them for those very same reasons. And if those assumptions are found to be flawed, it means whateverplan Bend has come up with based on those assumptions is wrong. The lands itpicked would be wrong. The proposed new boundaries it drew would be wrong. The assumptions that it made about needed roads and sewer and water would be wrong, wrong, wrong. Bend would have to go back all over

again and plan again. Now, finally, to the good news. The Legislature has required the LCDC to come up with ways to simplify the UGB expansion process. So here is one: LCDC could allow cities like Bend to submit some of those basic building block assumptions and could give cities incremental approval for those pieces. Cities could then go ahead with other planning without fear of having subsequent work undermined. It's unlikely that any simplifying of the LCDC will get done in time to help Bend. So, it's not a lot of good news. But when it comes to the state's UGB process, that's about as good as it gets.

Technology should not mean privacy retreats hould the police be able to go through your cellphone during a traffic stop? Should the police be able to keep for years the license plate data of cars that went through a particular intersection'? The tricky part, as state Sen. Tim Knopp, R-Bend, said this week is "appropriately balancing the right of privacy with the need for efficiency and robust public safety protections." Without action by the state Legislature, the balance has tipped too far away from the public's privacy.

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A legislative committee looked at five bills this week that try to fix that. One would limit the length of time that law enforcement can retain license plate images to 30 days. Another would require a search warrant before law enforcement can access information on digital devices. There are exceptions in both bills. And there are good reasons for exceptions. But they need to be narrowly defined. New technology should not mean that privacy retreats.

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even more necessary in an age of assertive autocracies. If the U.S. re-

the early 1990s there was a debate about how nations should emerge

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from Communism — the Russian way or the Chinese way. The Rus-

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sians did political and economic re-

form together. The Chinese just did economic reform. cies to take effective collective action Reality doesn't allow clean exper- against autocratic aggression. Moreiments, but the Chinese model has over, his administration does chamwon in the court of public opinion. pion democracy.On the same day China's success has given autocracy Obama spoke, his ambassador to the a legitimacy it lacked. In each of the United Nations, Samantha Power, past eight years, according to Free- gave agreatcommencement speech dom House, the number of countries at Harvard' sKennedy School ofGovthat moved in an autocratic direction ernment explaining why democracy has outnumbered those that moved promotion has to be at the core of in a democratic one. U.S. foreign policy. When you look at autocracies, you But the president's attitude seems notice that many have undergone a similar life cycle. Autocrats may start

to me in some ways ill-suited for the

autocratic challenge. First, he might out thinking they will be benevolent have the balance wrong between dictators. They may start out flirting overreach and underreach. Perhaps with the West and talking about lib- drawing on the Iraq example, Obama eralizing reforms. But their regimes believes America's problems have not are almost always corrupt and inef- been caused by too much restraint, ficient. To stay on top, autocrats have but by overreach and hubris. to whip up nationalistic furies. They In the larger frame of history, this have to be aggressive in their regions is a half-truth. In the 1920s and '30s, to keep the country united on a per- for example, Americans were in a manent war footing. Unstable with- retrenching mood, like today. The in, autocracies have to be radioac- result was a leaderless world, the tive abroad. Autocrats may start out gradual decay of the world order and claiming to be their country's Deng eventually World War II. Xiaoping, but they often end up more As Robert Kagan shows in a brillike Robert Mugabe. liant essay in The New Republic, for Dealing with thuggish radioactive the past 70 years, U.S. policymakers autocracies will probablybe the great have understoodthatunderreach can foreign policy challenge of the next lead to catastrophe, too. Presidents decade. Aggressive autocratic rulers assertively tended the international will challenge national borders and garden so that small problems didn't inflame regional rivalries. They will turn into big ones, even when core exacerbate ethnic tensions and gnaw national interests were not at stake. at the world order. They have already In the 1990s, for example, President made the world amore orneryplace. George HW. Bush and President Bill How will the United States respond'? President Barack Obama

Clinton took military action roughly every 17 months to restrain dictators,

laid out his approach in a speech at spread democracy and preserve inWest Point this week He argued ternationalnorms. persuasively that the U.S. will have This sort of forward-leaning into do a lot more to mobilize democra- terventionist garden-tending will be

stricts intervention to "core interests,"

as Obama suggests, if it neglects constant garden-tending, the thugs will grab and grab and eventually there will be horrendous conflagrations. America's assertive responses will not need to be military; they rarely

will be. But they'll need to be simple, strongactsofdeterrence to preserve order. As Leon Wieseltier notes, if

Obama spoke in Kiev on his coming European trip, that alone would be an assertive gesture, like JFK going to Berlin.

Second, Obama underestimates how much the logic of force will remain central in the years ahead. It would be nice if autocrats thought in terms of international norms or

according to the rational calculus of cost benefit analysis. But autocrats

got where they are because they are primitives who perceive the world through the ancient calculus of pow-

er and force. What we perceive as prudence, theyperceive as weakness. Absent clear and forceful counterpressure, theywill cross redlines that

the current or future president will have to enforce.

For most of the past 70 years, the U.S. had a two-level foreign policy. On top, U.S. diplomats built multilat-

eral coalitions to extend democracy. But at the bottom level, U.S. presidents understood their responsibility

as the world's enforcer, occasionally operating according to the logic of menace and force.

If Obama departs from that tradition and takes away that bottom level — forfearof overreach,orin a quest

for normalcy, or out of an excessive belief in the limits of his own power — then he will undermine the top level that he admires. The autocrats will

drag the world into an ungodly mess. — David Brooi'zs is a columnist for The New York Times.

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Those with different political views are no less patriotic By Jason Burge

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wrote a letter on March 16 that said, "I don't mind t rue polit-

redistribution and freebies are killing Americans in the line of duty?

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As I stated in my earlier response, was allowed to make it through the ical discourse about p olicy "throwing all of these words togeth- screening process. He cannot judge and issues." The gist of the argu- er does not equal a coherent letter." my patriotism, honor and duty ment is that too often letters that Instead, this inflamed rhetoric is based on a 250-word letter to my loappear in The Bulletin contain a precisely the type of vile nonsense cal paperabout executive orders. stream of consciousness rambling that passes the printable litmus test Before moving here, my wife about Benghazi, Fast and Furious, for our esteemed local paper. Did served in t h e U n ited States Air Obamacare and socialism. This was the editorial board ever try to fig- Force since 1999. During her dethe type of letter I was responding ure out how income redistribution ployment overseas, she treated our to when I last wrote a letter to The was killing Americans as stated so young soldiers by the busloads with Bulletin. eloquently by Berry? No, they never mental and physical wounds from Fast forward to Richard Berry's thought twice about the accuracy of the war. We lived in San Antonio reply on March 26, where he states, this statement. and saw these brave men and wom"Burge scoffs at Republicans' manI would have no reason to reply if en suffer through PTSD and phystra of Benghazi, Fast and Furious, that is where Berry stopped, how- ical wounds from our long wars in Obamacare, income redistribution ever; he continued by saying that I Iraq and Afghanistan. and freebies as if these aren't im- refute "patriotism, Old Glory, honPeople serving this country rely portant, unresolved events, in which or, and duty." I do not know Berry, on the support of their patriotic fammany Americans were killed in the and he certainly does not know ilies back home who appreciate their line of duty." Obamacare, income

me; however, this personal attack

duty and sacrifice. Is it not honorable

to help the husbands and wives of

when they include personal attacks.

soldiers when their spouses deploy

While many of their own editorials

as I have done for more than a de-

speak of the failure of others, they tend to not admit when they them-

cade? As soon as one of our friends came back, we knew that it meant another friend was about to leave.

Did I not learn about duty from my father, who served in Vietnam, or by m y grandfathers who served before? Sadly, some people seem to think that only one party is patriotic and owns Old Glory. No real American

would have such a shallow belief. We are a society made up of many different people who all fit under the

umbrella of America. The Bulletin has a fairly simple

selves are in the wrong. In this case,

Berry's letter slipped by and I appreciate an opportunity to respond to his attacks on my character.

We may not vote the same way in May or November, but it is a mistake to assume that those with different

political views are any less patriotic or have less of a claim to the American flag. The fact that we can have

a peaceful transfer of power every two to four years is what makes this country so great. Another is that

two patriots, with very different poon its website and on the Opinion litical beliefs, can have an open dispages of this paper. No anonymous cussion in our free press. letters, word limits, a 30-day wait God bless America! period and a policy to reject letters — Jason Burge lives in Bend. submission policy that can be found


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Truman 'Wade' Cole Oct. 21, 1928- May 28, 2014 W ade C o l e , 8 5 , di e d peacefully in h i s s leep on May 28, 2014 at home. A Celebration of hi s l i f e will be held at the Church of God Seventh D ay , 2 05 NW 4th St., Redmond, OR 97756 at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 29, 2014. Contributions m a y be made to "Heart and Home Hospice", PO Box 3540, La Pine, OR 97739 W ade was born i n F a i r view, Oklahoma on O c t ober 21, 1928 to Clifford and H azel ( D i c k i nson) C o l e . Wade attended J e f ferson High School i n J e f f erson,

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Oscar Dystel, the president of Bantam Books, shownhere in New York in 1971, was a shrewd executive whose faith in the sales potential of paperback books helped change literary culture and

made Bantam a publishing leader.

Dystel orchestrated rise ot BantamBooks By Douglas Martin

Dystel won the deal by promis-

New York Times News Service

ing to send Marines to whole-

salers to explain their love of sharp editorial judgments, thebook. " It was a b a ttle cr y f o r shrewd marketing and attention-grabbing covers to propel the c ountry t h a t B a n t am Bantam Books from the brink was in business," Dystel told of collapse to pre-eminence Silverman. in paperback publishing after Other big sellers followed. World War II, died Wednesday "Valley of the Dolls" by Jacat his home in Rye, NY. He was queline Susann, which Dystel Oscar Dystel, who combined

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daughters, Karen (Larry)

Walker of La Pine, Lonna Cole of La Pine, Lisa (Jeff) Richards of Bend, Oregon; o ne son, D o n ald C ol e o f Columbus, Ohio, 10 grandc hildren a n d 14 g r e a t grandchildren. Autumn F u n erals, B e nd was entrusted with the arrangements. 541-318-0842.

Bantam Books was founded Four million more copies were in 1945 to take advantage of published in less than a year. new methods that allowed pa- When no hardcover publisher perbackstobeproducedcheap- was interested in William Peter ly and of a public eager to pay Blatty's novel "The Exorcist" in 25 cents for a book that might 1971, Dystel bought both hardhave cost $2 as a hardback. cover and paperback rights. He But by the early 1950s, the

later sold the hardcover rights

industry was choking on its to Harper 8 Row. It became a own success, having printed best-seller — Bantam sold 10 mountains more books than the public wanted. More than

million copies — and the basis

of a 1973 blockbuster movie of 175 million copies were piled the same title.

in warehouses. Bantam was in

DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deaths of note from around the world:

chaos and had been without a Eye-catchingcovers president for two years when Covers mattered. Bantam Dystel (rhymes with pistol) was made redthe preferred color hired. for paperback books, and oth"We were flooding the mar- er companies followed, until ket to sell 100 copies," he said bookstands were almost solidly in an interview for "The Ban-

Sam Greenlee, 83: Anovel- tam Story," a 1970 book by ist and poet best known for a Clarence Petersen. "I rememlow-budget 1973 movie made ber one executive coming into from his novel "The Spook my office with a balance sheet Who Sat by the Door," which and telling me, 'We're out of envisioned a black power rev- business.'" olution led by a militant black Bantam was on track to lose ex-CIA agent and was pulled more than $500,000 that year. from theatersafter a briefbox But Dystel was so confident officesuccess.Died May 19in of Bantam's future that he deChicago. manded a percentage of future Andrew Mollison, 75: A profits. Washington correspondent for By the end of the next year, Cox Newspapers who served Bantam was making a profit, as president of the National and by the time Dystel retired Press Club and, in retirement, as chairman in 1980, its sales became a leaderin a move- exceeded $100 million a year. ment to help elderly people It was the largest publisher of stay in their homes. Died May paperbacks, with more than 15 21 in Washington, D.C. percentof a market served by Karlheinz Boehm, 86: An 14 principal houses and severAustrian actor an d h u man al lesser imprints. Paperbacks rights activist who found- had cometo account formore ed an aid group dedicated to than half the dollar volume of helping people in Ethiopia. sales in the nation's bookstores. Died Thursday near Salzburg, Austria.

Turnaround tactics

David Weiss 67:A world-renowned oboist who spent 30 years with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and made featured TV appearances for his prowess at playing the musical saw. Died May 24 while surfing off Pacific Palisades, Calif. Diego Cordovez, 78:An Ecuadorean diplomat who, as a U.N. undersecretary-general,

Dystel reduced inventory, pushed aprogram to sell dassic books by Dostoyevsky and other authors, expanded publishing for schools and children,

red. It then did the same with white, and later with raised me-

out that what Salinger most wanted was to design the cover

himself. "No problem!" Dystel said, according to Silverman. "We'll publish it in a brown paper wrapping paper if he wants that, just as long as the title is

legible." Salinger's cover is the one

had been through 46 Bantam

printings.

Background Oscar Dystel was born Oct. 31, 1912, in the Bronx,

built a corporate structure. And he did what he liked most: He found books with

realizing that he would never

the South Pacific during World

after Sovietforces invaded Afghanistan to prop up its

War II. Bantam and a compet- advertising. itor, Pocket Books, each bid His wife of 65 years, the $25,000 for paperback rights, former Marion Deitler, and according to Al Silverman in his son, John, died in 2003. his 2008 book, "The Time of In addition to hi s daughTheir Lives: The Golden Age of ter, Jane, he is survived by Great American Book Publish- two grandchildren and two ers, Their Editors and Authors." great-grandchildren.

United States. Died May 24 in

Quito, Ecuador. — From wire reports

would be that we keep it in-

case were to move forward

retired, in 2011 was involved

house rather than farm it March, attorneys represent- out." taking office, the collec- ing the county filed a brief By allowing county countive bargaining agreement explaining why the county sel to handle the case, the would have restricted Fla- shouldn't be held liable. c ounty w o uldn't h av e t o herty's ability to fire the depDeschutes County counsel pay attorney fees, as Doyle uty DAs. Dave Doyle said he doesn't and assistant county attorThe county sought to dis- expect the appeals court to neys are salaried employmiss its inclusion in the law- side with the plaintiffs. ees. Doyle estimates that, in suit based on the grounds During the appeal, the terms of labor hours, defendthat the DA and all deputy county is being represent- ing the case were it to go to DAs are state employees and ed by a Portland-based law trial could cost anywhere therefore the county cannot firm, Mersereau Shannon from $50,000 to $100,000. participate in their termina- LLP, but Doyle said if the apThe county o r iginally tion. The trial court agreed, peals court was to agree that hired an outside law firm beand the county in October the county should be finan- causeformer county counsel 2011 was removed from the cially responsible and the Mark Pilliod, who recently suit. Duong,

in federal court, he would Vaughan then pursued the likely handle the case. "I have a litigation backlawsuit a g a inst F l a herty only, accepting a settlement ground and so does (assisin August 2013 from the state tant county counsel) John Department of AdministraLaherty," Doyle said on Fritive Services for $710,000. day. "My recommendation, Fos t e r

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Dianne Erickson, the direc-

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Continued from B1 Under the terms of his

months of probation.

and sentence computation with the Oregon Department

plea deal with prosecutors, Bremont was sentenced to

19 months in prison for the sex charges and a nother

60 days for attempting to elude the trooper. The theft charge earned him a 10-day sentence, to be served concurrently, and an order to pay $50,000 in restitution to

Bremont cannot have contact with the victim and has

of Corrections, said Bremont

to regis ter asa sex offender. began his post-prison superviHe can't have contact with sion April 19. female minors other than his In Oregon, an offender who children, except as allowed shows good conduct and comby the court or p r obation plies with programming such officers. He cannot work or as work assignments, educavolunteer in schools. tion programs or other treatThe Oregon Teacher Stan- ment, can earn credit that cuts dards and Practices Com- time off the total sentence. mission revoked Bremont's teaching license in June

RPA; he was also to serve a 30-day sentence for sexually abusing the 17-year-old 2013. female Central Linn High He spent the bulk of his student. time at Deer Ridge CorrecHe was to receive credit

for time served but not for

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name in yellow against a red background. "Catcher" sold half a million Bantam copiesa year beginning in 1964, and by 1978 it

cord came almost nine years

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Soviet troops from Afghanistan in the 1980s. The ac-

Marxist government and be-

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alternatives to institutions.

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brary's rights for J.D. Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye" (1951) were expiring, Dystel resolved to acquire the book. It turned

a shot at popularity and sold be a virtuoso. He received a them vigorously. track scholarship to New York An early victory was "Battle University, which he suppleCry," a 1953 novel by Leon Uris mented by working as a typeabout a group of Marines in setter at The Times. He grad-

negotiated the withdrawal of

patients for up to three years,

tallic titles.

the only child of parents who worked in a tailor shop and later owned a general store. As a child he played the violin and performed at Carnegie Hall, but he gave it up after

multiplied the sales force and

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Workers: Dairiesmistreated cows By Gosia Wozniacka

dairy workers said they rou- in pain or the milk is tainted

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tinely have to milk cows that

with blood."

are sick or injured, noticeably frail or in pain, or that can barely walk. The workers from various Darigold member farms requested anonymity for fear of losing their jobs. They said the cows injure

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filed earlier this month by at-

nated; the milk is not at risk," Rowe said.

manage their o perations. However, dairies must agree

At a press conference organized by the United Farm Workers in Portland, several

organizer in Hermiston. "The

orders they are getting is they have to milk as much as possible, as quickly as possible, even if the cows are noticeably

torney Marcos Camacho and Farmworker Justice. Rowe said the UFW has not

forwarded allthe photographs to the company, so he could not comment on them. Photos

the company received earlier, he said, were severalyears old or the injuries were natural.

Rowe said Darigold is not in a position to dictate how its more than 500 member farms to follow national animal care

guidelines and meet milk quality standards, he said.

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Jeff Duewel Grants Pass Daily Courier

(Nemrprial Day to Lobor Duy)

Success

In this area, Higgins said Better Together is helping to

Continued from B1

connect school districts with

Better Together has iden-

tifted 23 outcomes spread across the "cradle to career"

timeline, including assuring elementary children have basic food and housing needs met and that local organizations are actively hosting interns. The organization has divided the timeline into four

progressive age categoriesearly learning and wellness, supporting families, bridges, and education and training for career.

While each categoryhas five or six target areas, Better Together has selected a few

in each to focus on during its early stages. For example, the organization is beginning to coordinate efforts to ensure students make a successful transition from eighth to ninth

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014

COLLEGE BASEBALL

PREP SOFTBALL: CLASS 4A PLAYOFFS

Ravens score ate to a vance to semi ina s Bulletin staff report

The second consecutive shut-

GLADSTONE — It all fell into

place for Ridgeview in the top of the seventh inning Friday with a timely single by Lexy Brown to drive home the winning runthe only run in the Ravens' 1-0

Oregon's Tyler Baumgartner celebrates a home run.

Class 4A state quarterfinal softball victory over Gladstone.

out by junior pitcher Sara McKinney was the fourth straight win for Ridgeview, which advances to a semifinal game Tuesday at McLoughlin of Milton-Freewater. With Friday's game tied 0-0 heading into the seventh inning, Ravens freshman Alex Spencer

Ducks blowout Clemson18-1

"We'd been trying the entire

hit a single to start the decisive

rally. With Spencer on first base, Brown ripped a single. The third-seeded Gladiators (26-1)

game to (hit) good pitches," Ridgeview coach Sandy Fischer

attempted to throw Brown out at first base but overthrew the ball

seventh."

for an error, allowing Spencer to score what proved to be the winning run.

allowed three hits in a complete game for Ridgeview (20-5).

said. "We finally did that in the McKinney struck out three and

Inside • Baseball, softball and lacrosse playoff scores from around the state,C4

SeeSoftball /C4

PREP BASEBALL:CLASS 4A PLAYOFFS

Shaun Chasehits a three-run homer, adouble and drives in four runs in 18-1 blowout win over Clemson,C4

• Top-seededSisterstakesdown Newport, and Ridgeview upsets No. 3 Bakerasboth teamsreachsemifinals Oregon State starter

Andrew Moore delivers a pitch against North Dakota State.

Moore's 14 K's help anemic bats Andrew Moore strikes out14, but Beavers struggle to beat North Dakota State,C4

TRACK AND FIELD

Rupp breaks10K American record EUGENE — Galen Rupp broke his own American record in the 10,000 meters, finishing in 26 minutes, 44.36 seconds at the 40th annual Prefontaine Classic on Friday night. Rupp was looking to challenge the markof 26:48 he set in 2011, and had askedorganizers for a fast race. He got it: His finish was the second-fastest run on American soil. Rupp took over the race for the final two laps, building a sizable gap with his challengers and putting the crowd at Hayward Field onits feet. Upon crossing the finish line, hewas embraced by coachAlberto Salazar. "I felt great, so I went for it," he said of his allout sprint for the record. Rupp is a local favorite because hegrew up in Portland andwent to the University of Oregon. "Anytime I get to run here it is really special for me," he said. — The Associated Press

NFL Shermannowa 'Mama's Boy' CAMDEN, N.J. -

Richard Sherman's offseason now includes another major endorsement deal: the latest NFL player to be featured as part of Campbell's Chunky Soup "Mama's Boy" campaign. Shermanhad been on Campbell's radar since the start of last season. Shermanwill be featured in ads that also star his mother, Beverly.

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Sisters High's Alex Olivier (22) is congratulated by teammates after scoring a first-inning run on Friday afternoon against Newport. The Outlaws won the Class 4A state quarterfinal 8-3 to advance to the semifinals for the second straight season.

Ravenspitcher keeps

Bulldogsguessing Bulletin staff report

Reitz, who struck out three

BAKER CITY — On a baseball team loaded with

and walked one. "He's got a change-up that's just offspeed enough and a real slow-breaking curve."

seniors, no one came up bigger for Ridgeview on Friday than sophomore left-hander Tyrus Reitz. Reitz scattered five hits and three runs over seven in-

nings to lead the Ravens past Baker 6-3 in the quarterfinal round of the Class 4A base-

ball state playoffs. "He's not overpowering, but he hit his spots and kept

the ball down," Ridgeview coach Josh Davis said about

With the win, the Ravens

(21-7 overall), the No. 6 seed in the 16-team bracket, advance to play at Klamath

Recentdevelopment This is the third year in arowCentral Oregon has placedtwo teams in the semifinals in the samebaseball playoff bracket. (Before 2012, it had never happened.) Eachseason, however, one higher-seededCentral Oregon team lost. With Ridgeview the underdog against Henley, maybe this is the year. 2014, CLASS 4A No. 1 Sisters vs. No. 4North Marion No. 2 Henley vs. No. 6Ridgeview

2013, CLASSSA"

Falls' Henley High, the reigning 4A state champion, in the semifinal round Tuesday. Henley (27-1), which defeated Philomath 6-3 in another

quarterfinal game Friday, is the 4Abracket's No. 2 seed. SeeRavens/C4

No. 2 Bend 9,No. 5Wilsonville 2 No. 4 Sherwood 5, No. 2Redmond 4 2012, CLASS 5A" No.1Summit11, No.2Sherwood1 No. 5 Wilson 3, No. 2Bend2

Sisters makessemis for 2nd straight year By Grant Lucas

dured a couple of delays and put away Newport 8-3 in the

The Bulletin

SISTERS — Sisters coach

4A state playoffs to advance to the semifinal round for

The passion of his Outlaws, the emotion of the

the second straight season.

game, knowing his team will make the plays they need to win — it all keeps Hodges young. And on Fri-

Sisterscatcher Joey Morgan, who drove in two runs

day, it kept Sisters' season

today. Justin pitched his butt

alive.

off, and we got some key

Behind Justin Harrer's complete-game effort on the

hits when we needed to. It's

"This is awesome," said

mound and with a four-run first inning, the Outlaws en-

* Teams seeded in two eight-team brackets

quarterfinals of the Class

Steve Hodges finds his team downright intoxicating.

for the Outlaws. "We came out here and played great

great to be going back for the second year in a row." SeeOutlaws/C4

WOMEN'S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

Ducks the latest victim of Gators' shutout streak

— The Associated Press

By Murray Evans

NBA PLAYOFFS

Heat finish off Pacers in blowout Miami reaches theNBA finals for the fourth straight year after11792 win over Indiana in Game 6 of theEastern Conference finals,C3

The Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY — Hannah Rogers threw her fifth shutout

o

of the postseason, Bailey Castro went 3 for 4 with a homer and two

AlonzoAdams iTheAssociated Press

Florida's Kelsey Stewart makes it to second base before Oregon's Nikki Udria makes the tag during the Women's

College World Series on Friday in OklahomaCity.

RBIs and F1oridabeat top-seeded Oregon 4-0 on Friday night in the Women's College World Series. Florida(52-12) moved within a win of reaching the championship series, and Oregon (55-8-1)

t

Nextup

their eight NCAAtournament

Oregonvs. La.- Lafayette or Oklahoma When:4 p.m. today

games by shutout. Rogers (288) tossed her second straight three-hitter.

TV:ESPNU

thing we seemedto hit, they made plays on. The bigthing for us is to

will face an elimination game today against Oklahoma or Louisiana-Lafayette. The Gators have won seven of

"(Rogers) controlledus," Oregon coach Mike White said."Everybounce back and see what we can

do tomorrow night. It just didn't go our way todaybut I'm confident

we'll bounce backtomorrow."


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SPORTS IN BRIEF LACROSSE OutlaWSWin Ciip game — Sisters High's Jens Stadeli scored eight goals andScott Nelson added five scores and anassist as the Outlaws rolled past visiting Churchill High of Eugene,17-5 onFriday in the Oregon HighSchool Lacrosse CascadeCup playoffs. Mark Fish contributed two goals anddished out oneassist for Sisters, which hosts Oregon City onTuesday in another CascadeCupcontest.

CYCLING Quintana wins mountain time trial, extends leadColombia's Nairo Quintana showedoff his climbing strength and increased his lead in theGiro d'Italia with a victory Friday in the 19th stage, a mountain time trial. Quintana, runnar-up at last year's Tour de France, moved3:07 ahead of countryman Rigoberto Uran in the overall standings.

BASKETBALL NBAOWnerS to VOte Oil SRIO —TheNBAcanceled a hearing to oust Los AngelesClippers co-owner DonaldSterling, instead moving forward to vote on arecord-breaking deal negotiated by his wife to sell the team toformer Microsoft CEOSteve Ballmer for $2 billion. The league announcedthe moveFriday, thesameday Sterling's attorneys filed suit in a LosAngeles federal court against the NBAandCommissioner AdamSilver asking for damages in excess of $1 billion. — From staffand wire reports

GOLF ROUNDUP

CaseytakesMemorial lead The Associated Press

and his fourth straight PGA

DUBLIN, Ohio — Paul Ca-

Tour event with a nine-hole

sey expected to be chasing someone Friday in the Memorial, figuring it would be Rory McIlroy. After two holes, Casey had the lead to himself at Muirfield Village, and that was only the start of another big day. He took advan-

score of 40 or higher. McIlroy went from a three-shot lead

tage of the par 5s for anoth-

t he first-round lead in t he

er 6-under66, giving him a three-shotlead over Masters championBubba Watson going into the weekend. McIlroy, whose 63 was

ShopRite LPGA Classic on the Bay Course at Stock-

the lowest first round in the

MOINES, Iowa — Mark Cal-

39-year history of the tour-

cavecchia and Wes Short Jr.

to nine shots behind.

Casey was at 12-under 132.

Course record for Johnson: GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Jennifer John-

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Shoprite Classic Friday At StocklonSeaviewHotel andGolf Club, Bay Course Galloway Township,N.J. Purse: 31.5million Yardage: 6,177;Par: 71(37-34) First Round JenniferJohnson 34-28 — 62 HaruNomura 32-31—63 ChristinaKim 33-31—64 Na Yeon Choi 33-33—66 InbeePark 33-33—66 ChegaChoi 35-32—67 36-31—67 LauraDiaz 36-31—67 SandraGal 34-33—67 SarahKemp 36-31—67 JenniferKirby 33-34—67 StacyLewis BrittanyLincicome 35-32—67 35-32—67 GerinaPiler MichelleWie 36-31—67 Jodi EwartShadof 36-32—68 MinaHarigae 33-35—68 KatyHarris 36-32—68 HaejiKang 36-32—68 StaceyKeating 38-30—68 LydiaKo 35-33—68 36-32—68 Mi HyangLee 38-30 — 68 SydneeMichaels 34-34—68 PaolaMoreno 34-34—68 JanePark 37-31—68 CarolineWestrup 36-32—68 LindseyWrigh Dori Carter 34-35—69 NicoleCastrale 36-33—69 MoriyaJutanugarn 37-32—69 Kim Kaufm an 35-34—69 BrittanyLang 37-32—69 lheeLee 36-33—69 Giulia Molinaro 36-33—69 BeckyMorgan 36-33—69 AzaharaMunoz 36-33—69 AnnaNordqvis 34-35—69 39-30—69 ReilleyRankin 34-35—69 JenniferRosales 35-34—69 AlenaSharp 35-34—69 AshleighSimon 36-33—69 KellyTan Lexi Thom pson 36-33—69 KarrieWebb 35-34—69 AmyAnderson 36-34—70 ChieArimura 36-34—70 Silvia Cavalleri 36-34—70 CarlotaCiganda 36-34—70 CristieKerr 37-33—70 JoannaKlatten 36-34—70 MeenaLee 37-33—70 Mirim Lee 37-33—70 34-36—70 AmeliaLewis 36-34—70 Mo Martin 35-35—70 CatrionaMathew MariaMcBride 39-31—70 BelenMozo 34-36—70 BrookePancake 35-35—70 HeeYoungPark 37-33—70 SuzannPetersen 38-32—70 Karin Sjodin 36-34—70 JenniferSong 34-36—70 MariajoUribe 36-34—70 MarinaAlex 37-34—71 ChristelBoeljon 38-33—71 36-35—71 IreneCoe 36-35—71 AustinErns 37-34—71 JulietaGranada Hee-Won Han 34-37—71 38-33—71 DaniHolmqvis 36-35—71 Juli Inkster EmmaJandel 36-35—71 FelicityJohnson 37-34—71 I.K. Kim 38-33—71 P.K.Kongkraphan 37-34—71 JessicaKorda 36-35—71 CandieKung 37-34—71 SeonHwaLee 36-35—71 Ji Young Oh 38-33—71 LizetteSalas 37-34—71 37-34—71 JennyShin 38-33—71 ThidapaSuwannapura 37-35—72 NatalieGulbis 36-36—72 MariaHernandez MiJungHur 38-34—72 Pat Hurs 37-35—72 KarineIcher 37-35—72 SueKim 39-33—72 JeeYoungLee 36-36—72 RebeccaLee-Bentham 36-36—72 Ryann OT ' oole 37-35—72 Lee-Anne Pace 36-36—72 EricaPopson 38-34—72 37-35—72 So YeonRyu 38-34—72 YaniTseng 39-34—73 PaulaCreamer 37-36—73 VictoriaElizabeth 34-39—73 KatieFutcher 37-36—73 NicoleJeray Eun-HeeJi 38-35—73 TiffanyJoh 36-37—73 Hannah JunMedlock 39-34—73 JiminKang 39-34—73 MindyKim 36-37—73 Katherine Kirk 39-34—73 Pernilla Lindberg 37-36—73 Alejandra Llaneza 38-35—73 Ai Miyazato 41-32—73 Mika Miyazato 38-35—73 37-36—73 Se RiPak 41-32—73 JennySuh 37-36—73 Kris Tam ulis ShanshanFeng 38-36—74 MeganGrehan 41-33—74 JeongJang 39-35—74 MorganPressel 38-36—74 DewiClaireSchreefel 39-35—74 GiuliaSergas 37-37—74 Line Vedel 41-33—74 AlisonWalshe 38-36—74 Julia Boland 41-34—75 40-35—75 Cydney Clanton 37-38—75 LauraDavies 39-36—75 MoiraDunn 37-38—75 JayeMarteGreen 40-35—75 LorieKane 40-35—75 Xi YuLin 41-34—75 MeganMcchrystal KristyMcPherson 35-40—75 ChristineSong 40-35—75 EmilyTaffey 39-36—75 PerrineDelacour 39-37—76 CarolineMasson 39-37—76 SarahJaneSmith 39-37—76 PazEcheverria 41-36—77 41-36 — 77 KathleenEkey 43-34—77 VeronicaFeliber 41-36 — 77 LisaMccloskey 40-37 — 77 PaulaReto 41-36 — 77 AngelaStanford JaclynSweeney 38-39—77 AyakoUehara 41-36 — 77 JacquiConcolino 42-36—78 DaniegeKang 39-39—78 CindyLaCrosse 46-35—81

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Game11 —Florida (52-12) vs.Game9winner10a m. Game12 —Alabam a (52-11) vs. Game10 winner, 12:30p.m. x-Game13 —Game5winner vs.Game9 loser,4 p.m. x-Game 14 — Game 6 winnervs. Gam e 10 loser, 6:30 p.m. NOTE:If only onegame is necessary, it wil beplayed at4p.m.

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CONFERN ECEFINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Thursday'sGame N.Y.Rangers1,Montreal0,N.Y.Rangerswinsseries4-2 Friday's Game Chicago4, LosAngeles 3,series tied3-3 Sunday'sGame LosAngelesatChicago,4p.m.

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Friday's Games

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Dregon18,Clemson1 Vanderbil11, t Xavier0

Today'sGames Game 3—Clemson(36-24)vs.Xavier (29-28),11a m. Game4 —Oregon(43-18)vs.Vanderbilt(42-18),5pm. Sunday'sGames Game5—Game3winner vs.Game4 loser, 10a.m. Game6—Game4winnervs.Game5winner, 5p.m. Monday'sGame x-Game 7—Game4winner vs.Game5winner,4 p.m. At GossStadium CorvaNis Friday's Game UC Irvine10,UNLV3 Oregon State2, North DakotaState1 Today'sGames Game3— UNLV(35-24)vs.N.D.State(25-25),2p.m. Game 4—UCIrvine (36-22) vs.OregonSt. (43-12), 8p.m. Sunday'sGames Game5—Game3 winner vs.Game4 loser, 2p.m. Game6—Game4winnervs.Game5winner, 8p.m. Monday'sGame x-Game 7—Game4winner vs.Game5winner,8 p.m.

TENNIS Professional FrenchOpen Friday At StadeRolandGarros Paris Purse: 334.12miNion(GrandSlam) Surface:Clay-Outdoor Singles Men Third Round ErnestsGulbis (18), Latvia,def.RadekStepanek, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-2r7-5. RogerFederer(4), Switzerland, def.Dmitry Tursunov (31),Russia,7-5,6-7(7), 6-2, 6-4. Novak Djokovic(2), Serbia, def. MarinCilic (25), Croatia,6-3, 6-2,6-7(2), 6-4. John Isner(10), UnitedStates,def.TommyRobredo (17),Spain, 7-6(13),7-6(3), 6-7(5), 7-5. Tomas Berdych(5), CzechRepublic, def.Roberto BautistaAgut(27), Spain,6-1, 6-2,6-7(4), 6-4. Jo-WilfriedTsonga(13), France,def. JerzyJanowicz(22),Poland,6-4,6-4,6-3. MilosRaonic(8), Canada, def. GigesSimon (29),

1. (2) BradKeselowski, Ford,164.444mph. 18) Kyle Busch,Toyota,163.785. 3. 22) Joey Logano,Ford,163.688. 4. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet,163.362. 5. (42)KyleLarson,Chevrolet,163.08. 6. (24)JeffGordon, Chevrolet,163.066. 7. 11) Denny Hamlin,Toyota,163.066. 8. (4)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,162.499. 9. (55)BrianVickers, Toyota,162.411. 10. (15)Clint Bowyer,Toyota,162.243. 11.(47) AJAllmendinger, Chevrolet, 162.155. 12.(16)GregBiffle, Ford,160.995. 13.(88)DaleEarnhardtJr., Chevrolet,162.933. 14.(31RyanNewman,Chevrolet,162.903. 15. 27 PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 162.889. 16.(78)MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet, 162.844. 17.5) KaseyKahne,Chevrolet, 162.69. 18. 66) BrettMoffitt, Toyota,162.602. 19. (1)JamieMcMurray,Chevrolet,162.58. 20. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet,162.55. 21. (20)MattKenseth, Toyota,162.536. 22. (13)CaseyMears, Chevrolet,162.25. 23. 3) AustinDilon, Chevrolet,162.155. 24. (41)KurtBusch,Chevrolet,162.009. 25. (43)AricAlmirola, Ford,161.754. 26. (17)RickyStenhouseJr., Ford,161.747. 27. 9) Marcos Ambrose,Ford,161.725. 28. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet,161.623. 29. (99)Carl Edwards,Ford,161.573. 30.(51Justin Allgaier,Chevrolet,160887. 31. 26 ColeWhitt, Toyota,160.592. 32. (38)DavidGililand, Ford,160.435. 33.98Josh Wise,Chevrolet,160.206. 34. 34 DavidRagan, Ford,159.419. 35. (23)AlexBowman,Toyota,159.391. 36. (40)LandonCassrg, Chevrolet,159.2. 37. (44)J.J.Yeley,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 38. (36)ReedSorenson,Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 39. 7) MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 40. (33)David Stremme, Chevrolet, ownerpoints. 41. (83)RyanTruex, Toyota, owner points. 42. (77DaveBlaney,Ford, ownerpoints. 43. 32 BlakeKoch,Ford, owner points.

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BALTIMOR EORIDLES—Agreed to termswith 38 RicardoAndujar andRHPVictor Ram irez on minor

league contracts. Sen t RH PEdgmer EscalonatoNorfolk (IL) for re ahabassignment. BOSTONREDSOX— Placed1B/CRyanLavarnway on the15-da~DL. Recalled OF/18 Alex Hassan from vakia,6-7(5),6-2,7-6 (4),susp.,darkness. Pawtucket (IL5 Women SEATTLM EARINERS—Selected thecontract of OF Third Round E ndy Ch a ve zfromTacoma(PCL). OptionedRHPBranAjla TomljanovicCroati , a,def.AgnieszkaRadwansdon Maurer to Tacoma. Transferred RH PBlake Beavan ka (3),Poland,6-4, 6-4. SamStosur(19), Australia, def. Dominika Cibulko- from15-to60-dayDL. T AMPA BA Y R A YS — O ptioned INF Cole Figueroa va (9),Slovakia,6-4, 6-4. (IL). Reinstated 28 BenZobrist fromthe15Carla SuarezNavarro (14), Spain, def. Taylor to Durham day DL. Townsend,UnitedStates,6-2, 6-2. TORONTOBLUEJAYS— OptionedLHPRobRasGarbine Muguruza,Spain, def.AnnaSchmiedlova, mussento Buffalo(IL). Selectedthecontract of RHP Slovakia,6-2,6-4. B obby KopeckyfromBuffalo. Agreedto termswith LHP Maria Shara pova (7), Russia,def. PaulaOrmae- MikeZag urski onaminor leaguecontract. chea,Argentina,6-0,6-0. National League EugenieBouchard(18), Canada, def. Johanna ARIZON ADIAMONDBACKS—Agreedtotermswith Larsson,Sweden, 7-5, 6-4. JoshSlaats onaminor leaguecontract. PaulineParmentier, France,def. MonaBarthel, Ger- RHP ATLANTA BRAVES— Agreedtotermswith28Ross many,1-6, 6-1,7-5. Wilson onaminor leaguecontract. AngeliqueKerber(8), Germany, def. Daniela HanCHICAG O CUBS—OptionedRHPBlakeParker to tuchova (31), Slovakia,7-5, 6-3. lowa (PCL).PlacedRHPHector Rondon on paternity leave.ReinstatedRH PPedroStropfromthe15-day DL andLHPWesleyWrightfrompaternity leave. SOCCER MIAMIMARLINS—Sent2BRafael FurcaltoJupiter (FSL) forarehabassignment. MLS NEWYORKMETS— OptionedCJuanCentenoto LasVegas(PCL). ReinstatedCTravis d'Arnaudfromthe MAJORLEAGUESOCCER 7-dayDL All Times PDT ST.LOUISCARDINALS— OptionedDFShaneRobinson to Memphis (PCL). Recalled DFRandal Grichuk Today'sGames fromMemphis. RealSaltLakeatSeattle,1 p.m. SANFRANCISCOGIANTS—PlacedRHPMatt Cain ColumbusatToronto, 2p.m. on the15-dayDL, retroactiveto May22. Recalled OF NewEnglandatMontreal,4 p,mr Juan PerezfromFresno(PCL). SportingKansasCityat D.C.United,4p.m. WASHIG NTON NATIONALS — Agreed to terms SanJoseatFCDallas,5:30p.m. with RHP Brett Brachonaminor leaguecontract. Sent Philadelphiaat ChivasUSA, 7:30p.m. 38 Ryan Zimmermanto Potomac(Carolina)for arehab Sunday'sGames assignmen t. LosAngelesatChicago,1 p.m. BASKETBALL Houston at Colorado,5 p.m. National Basketball Association Vancouver at Portland, 6p.m. DETROI TPISTONS— NamedBrendanMalone,Bob Beyer andCharlesKlaskassistantcoachesandAdam Glessnerteamscout. BASKETBALL FOOTBALL NationalFootball League NBA Playoffs NFL— SuspendedArizonaLB DarylWashington NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION one yearandN.Y. Giants SWil Hil six gamesfor viAll TimesPDT olatingtheNFL Policy andProgramfor Substances of Abuse. CONFERE NCEFINALS BALTI MORERAVENS— SignedSTerrenceBrooks. CINCINAT NIBENGALS — Pl aced DT Dgemdi (Gest-of-7; x-if necessary) Mwaqbuo onwaivers/non-football-illness. Friday's Game CLEVEIANDBROWNS — Rel eased DB Julian Miami117,Indiana92,Miamiwinsseries4-2 Today'sGame Posev. GREENBAYPACKERS — SignedS HaHaClinSanAntonioatOklahomaCity,5:30 p.m.,SanAntonio ton-Dix. leadsseries3-2 INDIANAPOLI S COLTS — SignedWR Dante MonMonday'sGame crief. x-Dklahoma City atSanAntonio, 6p.m. NEWYORKGIANTS— ReleasedQBJoshFreeman. ClaimedOLRogersGainesoffwaiversfromChicago. Friday's Summary OAKLANR DAIDERS— SignedDTJustin Ellis and CB KeithMcGil. Heat117, Pacers 92 TAMPABAY BUCCANEERS— SignedCB Quinton Pointer.ReleasedCBMarcAnthony. INDIANA(92) HOCKEY George 8-18 8-1029, West 8-110-016, Hibbert National HockeyLeague 1-3 6-68, G.Hiff4-111-39, Stephenson4-90-011, COLUMBUSBLUEJACKETS — SignedFDaniel Scola1-40-02, Watson1-20-02, Copeland2-61-1 Zaar toathree-year,entry-level contract. 6, Sloan1-32-45,Butler1-10-02, L.Allen1-10-02, MONTREALCANADIENS — Si gned D Dalton Mahinmi 0-00-00.Totals32-8918-2492. Throwertoathree-year,entry-level contract. MIAMI (117) SOCCER James 8-12 9-925, Lewis5-110-013, Bosh10Major LeagueSoccer 14 4-6 25,Chalmers2-6 0-04, Wade6-12 0-0 13, CHIVAS USA—ReleasedDLyleMartin. COLLEGE RAllen1-40 03, Andersen4-41-29, Cole0-22-22, VANDERBI TL— NamedAdam CohenandDerrick Battier2-32-2 8, Douglas 2-20-0 6,Haslem3-3 0-0 men'sassistantbasketball coaches. 6, Jones1-3 0-03, Oden0-0 0-00. Totals 44-76 Jones VIRGINI— A Announced men'sfreshman basketball 18-21 117. G Dari usThompsonis transferringfromTennessee. Indiana 13 21 24 34 — 92 Miami 24 36 31 26 — 117 France,4-6,6-3,2-6,6-2, 7-5. MarcelGranoffers,Spain, leadsMartin Klizan, Slo-

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Women'sCollegeWorld Series At ASAHall of FameStadium Oklahoma City All Times PDT (DoubleElimination; x-if necessary)

WOMEN'SNATIONAL BASKETBALLASSOCIATION All TimesPDT

Friday's Games Florida4,Oregon 0 Alabama 2, Kentucky0 Today'sGames Game 7 — Baylor (47-15) vs. FloridaState(55-8), 9a.m. Game8— Louisiana-Lafayette(49-9) vs. Oklahom a (50-12),11:30a.m. Game9— Oregon(55-8)vs.Game7winner,4p.m. Game10— Kentucky (49-15) vs. Gam e 8 winner, 6:30 p.m.

HOCKEY

FISH COUNT Upstream daily movement of adult chinook,jack chinook, steelheadandwild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedonThursday. Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wsllhd Bonneville 2,090 399 70 16 The Daffes 1,304 27 0 17 6 John Day 1,203 29 3 11 2 McNary 1 317 3 1 1 11 1 Upstreamyear-to-date movement of adult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadandwild steelhead at selectedColumbiaRiver damslast updatedon Thursday. Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd Bonneville 209,822 25,428 5,539 1,439 T he Daffes 155,462 19,634 888 215 John Day 132,607 17,377 3,142 1,130 M cNary 110,533 13,620 832 33 6

Friday's Games Washington68, NewYork60 Atlanta80, Seatle 69 Minnesota 88,SanAntonio72 Chicago 101, Connecticut 82 Phoenix100,Tulsa78

Today'sGame NewYorkatIndiana, 4p.m. Sunday'sGames AtlantaatConnecticut, noon Los Angeleat sWashington,1 p.m. Minnesota atSanAntonio,1:30 p.m. Tulsaat Seattle, 6p.m.

Ic',ane'sthree points, late goal giveBlackhawkswin, forcesGame7 The Associated Press

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NHL PLAYOFFS

nament, was barely in the shot 6-under 66 to share the picture. He wa s 1 5 shots first-round lead in the Cham-

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AH TimesPDT AMERICANLEAGUE East Oivision W L Pct GB

Toronto NewYork Baltimore Boston Tampa Bay

32 24 28 25 26 27 25 29 23 32

Detroit Chicago Kansas City Minnesota Cleveland

Oakland Los Angeles Texas Seattle Houston

Central Division W L 31 20 28 28 26 28 25 27 25 30

West Division

W L 33 22 30 24 28 27 26 28 24 32

.571 .528 2'/r .491 4'/z .463 6 418 8'/r

Pct GB .608 .500 5'/2

.481 6'/r .481 6'/z .455 8

Pct GB .600 .556 2'/r .509 5 .481 6'/r .429 9'/z

Friday's Games Cleveland 5,Colorado2 Minnesota 6, N.Y. Yankees1 Washington 9, Texas2 Kansas City6,Toronto1 Boston3, TampaBay2, 10innings Houston 2, Baltimore1 SanDiego4, ChicagoWhite Sox1 Oakland 9, L.A.Angels 5 Detroit 6,Seatle 3 Today'sGames Texas(Tepesch2-0)at Washington(Fister 2-1),9:05a.m. Minnesota (Correia2-6) at N.Y.Yankees(Tanaka7-1), 10:05a.m. Kansas City (Brooks0-0) at Toronto (Hutchison 4-3), 10:07a.m. SanDiego(T.Ross5-4) atChicagoWhite Sox(Rienzo 4-1),11:10a.m. Colorado(Morales 3-4) at Cleveland(Bauer 1-2), 12:05p.m. Baltimore(Tigman4-2) at Houston(Keuchel 6-2), 1:10 p.m. TampaBay(Odorizzi 2-4) atBoston(R.DeLa Rosa 0-0),4:15p.m. LA. Angels(Skaggs4-2) at Oakland(Milone3-3), 7:05 p.m. Detroit(smyly2-3)atSeattle(C.Young4-2),7:10p.m. Sunday'sGames Coloradoat Cleveland,10:05 a.m. Minnes otaatN.Y.Yankees,10;05a.m. KansasCityatToronto,10:07 a.m. TampaBayatBoston,10:35a.m. Texas atWashington,10:35 a.m. Baltimore atHouston,11:10a.m. SanDiegoatChicagoWhite Sox,11:10a.m. L.A. Angelat s Oakland,1:05 p.m. Detroit atSeatle,1:10 p.m. NATIONALLEAGUE

East Division

Atlanta Miami Washington NewYork Philadelphia Milwaukee St. Louis Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago

W L 29 25 28 26 26 27 25 29 24 28

Central Division W L

33 22 29 26 25 29 24 29 19 33

West Division W L SanFrancisco 36 19 Colorado 28 26 LosAngeles 29 27 SanDiego 25 30 Arizona 23 34

Pct GB .537 .519 1 491 2'/r .463 4 .462 4

Pct GB .600 .527 4 .463 7'/r .453 8 .365 12'/2

Pct GB .655 .519 7'/2 .518 7'/2

.455 11 .404 14

Friday's Games

Cleveland 5,Colorado2 Philadelphia 6, N.Y.Mets 5, 14innings Washington 9, Texas2 Atlanta3, Miami2 Milwaukee11,ChicagoCubs5 SanDiego4, ChicagoWhite Sox1 SanFrancisco9, St.Louis 4 Cincinnati6, Arizona4 Pittsburgh2, L.A.Dodgers1

Today'sGames Texas(Te pesch2-0)at Washington(Fister2-1),9;05a.m. SanDiego(T.Ross5-4) atChicagoWhite Sox(Rienzo 4-1),11:10a.m. San Francisco(Petit 3-2) atSt.Louis (Wa cha3-3), 11;15a.m. Colorado(Morales 3-4) at Cleveland(Bauer 1-2),

12:05p.m. N.Y. Mets(deGrom0-2) at Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 1-5),12;05p.m. Atlanta(ESan tana42) atMiami(JaTurner1-2),1:10p m. ChicagoCubs(Hammel 5-3) at Milwaukee(W.Peralta 4-4),1:10p.m. Pittsburgh (Cumpton 0-1) at L.A.Dodgers (Ryu5-2), 4:15 p.m. Cincinnati (Cueto4-4) at Arizona(Mccarthy 1-6), 7:10 p.m.

Sunday'sGames Coloradoat Cleyeland,10:05 a.m. Atlanta atMiami,10:10a.m. N.Y.MetsatPhiladelphia, 10:35a.m. TexasatWashington,10:35 a.m. Chicago Cubsat Milwaukee,11:10a.m. San Diego atChicagoWhite Sox, 11:10a.m. San Francisco atSt. Louis,11:15a.m. Cincinnatiat Arizona,1:10p.m. PittsburghatL.A.Dodgers, 7:05p.m.

Leaders ThroughFriday's Games AMERICANLEAGUE BATTING —VMartinez,Detroit, .347; Micabrera, Detroit,.328;Cano,Seattle,.327; AIRamirez, Chicago, .326;Altuve,Houston,.324; Rios,Texas,.319; Kinsler, Detroit,.316. RBI — Ncruz, Baltimore, 49; Micabrera,Detroit, 48;Encarnacion,Toronto,48;Moss,Oakland,46; Donal dson,Oakland,45;JAbreu,Chicago,42;Bautista,Toronto,39;Brantley, Cleveland,39. HOMERUNS—Ncruz, Baltimore, 19; Encarnacion, Toronto,18;JAbreu, Chicago,15;Donaldson, Oakland,15; Bautista,Toronto, 14;Puiols, LosAngeles,14;VMartinez,Detroit,13; Moss,Oakland,13. STOLENBASES—Altuve, Houston, 20; RD avis, Detroit, 16;AEscobar, KansasCity, 15; Ellsbury, New York, 14;Andrus,Texas, 13; Gardner, NewYork, 13; Dozier,Minnesota,12. ERA —Tanaka, NewYork, 2.29; Gray,Oakland, 2.31; Buehrle,Toronto,2.33; Darvish, Texas,2.35; Kazmir ,Oakland,2.36;Keuchel,Houston,2.55;FHernandez, Seattle, 2.57. NATIONALLEAGUE BATTING —Tulowitzki, Colorado,.360; Puig,Los Angel es,.346;Pagan,SanFrancisco,.326;MaAdams, St. Louis, .325;Utley, Philadelphia, .323;CGomez, Milwau kee,.323;Lucroy,Milwaukee,.323. RBI—Stanton,Miami,51;Puig,LosAngeles, 40; Goldschmidt,Arizona,38; Morse,SanFrancisco, 38; Tulowilzki, Colorado,37; AdGonzalez, LosAngeles, 36; Howard, Philadelphia,34. HOMERUNS—Stanton, Miami, 16;Tulowitzki, Colorado,14;JUpton,Atlanta, 13;AdG onzalez, Los Angeles, 12; Reynolds, Milwaukee,12; CGo mez, Milwaukee, 11; Morse,SanFrancisco, 11; Puig,Los Angeles,11. ERA —Samardziia, Chicago,1.68; Teh eran,Atlanta,1.83;Cueto,Cincinnati,1.83.

Tigers 6, Mariners 3 SEATTLE —Victor Martinez and Miguel Cabrera hit two-out homers and Justin Verlander madejust one mistake on themound in 7'/5 strong innings. Verlanderallowed five hits, struck out sevenand walked one. Detroit

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Astros 2, Orioles1 HOUSTON — Jonathan Villar broke an 0-for-26 slump with a go-aheaddoubleintheseventh and Houston extended its winning streak to sevengames. It is the first time Houston, losers of100-plus gamesthe last three seasons, has wonsevenstraight since 2010. Brett Oberholtzer allowed four hits and arun in seven innings.

Phillies 6, Mets 5 (14 innings) LOS ANGELES — Reid Brignac's RBI single in the bottom of the

14th gave Philadelphia awin. Domonic Brown hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs for the Phillies. Phillies starter A.J. Burnett had aseason-high11 strikeouts, but allowed five runs, five hits and six walks in seven innings.

Brewers11, Cubs5 MILWAUKEE — Ryan Braun homered to highlight a five-run first inning for Milwaukee. Braunhad three hits and three RBls for Mil-

waukee. Rickie Weeksand Martin Maldonado hadthree hits and two RBls each asthe Brewers scored a season-high runs in its most lopsided victory of the year.

Interleague

Padres 4, White Sox1 CHICAGO — lan Kennedy struck out nine in six strong innings and Yonder Alonso hit a two-run homer to lead SanDiego. Cameron Maybin hit his first home run of the season andAlonso finished with three hits. Kennedyyielded one run and four hits with three walks. The lone runwas set up by Maybin's mental lapse in center field in the fourth inning, when he forgot how manyouts there were. White Sox starter John Danksallowed two runs in seveninnings.

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times to help the Royals handToronto its second consecutive loss following a season-best, ninegame winning streak. Vargas (struck out seven in six innings. J.A. Happ lost for the first time in four starts, allowing a season-worst six runs in 7'/5 innings. Jose Bautista homered for the Blue Jays and threw out a runner at first base from rightfield for the second straight game.

Reds 6, Diamondbacks4 PHOENIX —Arizona's Devin Mesoraco hit a grand slam off former Cincinnati teammate BronsonArroyo, but Cincinnati got the win. Cincinnati

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scoreless innings. After entering with a 5.06 ERA, he struck out eight and walkedtwo in his12th start of the season.

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NBA PLAYOFFS

Heat overwhelm Pacers toreturn to finals for fourth straight year By Tim Reynolds The Associated Press

MIAMI — For the entirety of the regular season, the

Then came the playoffs. And the question was answered — emphatically.

The Heat became the third supremacy of th e M i ami franchise in NBA history to Heat in the Eastern Confer- reach the title series in four ence was brought into sericonsecutive seasons, a laugh-

ous question by the Indiana Pacers.

er of a conference-title finale getting them there again

Friday night. LeBron James "And we won't take this opand Chris Bosh each scored POT1:unity fOr granted. It'S an 25 points, and Miami elimi- unbelievable franchise, it's nated the Pacers for the third an unbelievable group. And straight year with a 117-92 we know we still have work romp in Game 6 of the East to do, but we won't take this championship series. for granted. We're going "I'm blessed. Very blessed. to four straight Finals and Very humbled," James said. we will never take this for

granted." Dwyane W ade and Rashard Lewis each scored 13 points for Miami, which

home postseason win, going back to the final two games of last season's NBA Finals,

trailed 9-2 before ripping off

leading by 37 at one point. "The group loves to com-

54 of the next 75 points to

pete and loves to compete

erase any doubt by halftime. at the highest level, and be The Heat set a franchise re- pushed to new levels," Heat cord with their 11th straight

coach Erik Spoelstra said.


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Grand Slam champion. Then Tursunov it got difficult," said Federer, who ad- to the women's tournament, where felt a split second of discomfort in his left vanced to the fourth round at Roland third-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska folPARIS — In what seemed like a flash, hip. Garros for the 10th straightyear. "Clear- lowed defending champion Serena Wiland in what surely felt like a flash of And that was it. ly, on the day, it's difficult to hit three liams and Li Na out of the tournament. pain for his opponent, Roger Federer Federer was back on track at the great shots in a row. So I tried to extend That leaves Simona Halep, who plays went from vulnerable to commanding. French Open, on his way to a 7-5, 6-7 the rallies, but serve nice and stay ag- Saturday, as the highest-seeded player It was that quick. (7), 6-2, 6-4 victory and into the second gressive throughout. And I think that in the draw at No. 4. It also leaves 2012 Federerlosta second-set tiebreaker week of a major tournament yet again. was a bit too much for his hip, or what- FrenchOpen champion Maria Sharapo"Everything that was out of his con- ever it was." Friday to Dmitry Tursunov, and that va asthe favorite after her 6-0,6-0 rout surely did not bode well for the 17-time trol, like moving defense, that's when Of course, that's nothing compared Friday.

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Oregon's Shaun Chase,

PREP SCOREBOARD

Newporl Sislers Ridgeview Baker

Baseball

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OSAAPlayoff s Class 4A

OSAAPlayoff s Class 6A

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Ridgeview Gladstone

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Baseball OSAAPlayoff s Class GA Guarlerlinals

Friday's Games Sheldon 6, Crater 3 Hillsboro2, Clackamas1 Tualatin 9, McMinnville 2 NorthMedford6, LakeOswego1 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames Hillsboroat Sheldon Tualatinat NorthMedford

Guarlerlinals Friday's Games NorthMedford3,GrantsPass2 Westview1,Barlow0 SouthMedford7, Glencoe6 SouthSalem5, Southridge 0 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames Westview atNorth Medford SouthMedfordat SouthSalem

June7atVolcanoesStadium,Keizer,TBA Class 5A Guarlerfinals Friday's Games Sandy3,Marist 2 Sherwood13, Ashland3 HoodRiverValey 5, Pendleton 4 Crescent Valey 23,WestAlbany3 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames SandyatSherwood HoodRiverValey atCrescent Valley Final June7atVolcanoesStadium,Keizer,TBA

Newport

Tuesday'sGames

Vale atBlanchetCatholic Rainier atDayton Final June 6 at OS USoftball Complex, Corvallis, TBA

Class 2A/1A Guarlerlinals Friday's Games Weston-McE wen10, Pilot Rock0 Bonanza 9, Central Linn3 Union 5,Prospect0 NorthDouglas4, WesternMennonite 0 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames Bonanz aatWeston-McEwen Union atNorthDouglas Final June 6 at OS USoftball Complex, Corvallis, TBA

Class 3A First Round Guarierfinals Friday's Games ValleyCatholic 6, BlanchetCatholic1 Glide 6, Harrisburg 3 Horizon Christian, Tualatin10, PleasantHil 5 Cascade Christian10, St. Mary's Medford 2 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames Glide atValleyCatholic Horizon Christian, Tualatin at CascadeChristian Final June6atVolcanoesStadium,Keizer, TBA

Boys lacrosse OHSLAStatePlayoff s Guarlerlinals Friday's Games OregonEpiscopal12, CentralCatholic 6 Lakeridge 12, Lincoln5 WestLinn13, Sunset7 Jesuit10,Clackamas1 Semifinals Wednesday'sGames AtLakeOswegoHighSchool Lakeridgevs. OreognEpiscopal Jesuit vs.WestLinn Final June7atLakeOswegoHighSchool

Class 2A/1A Guarlerfinals Friday's Games Knappa 5,Portland Christian 3 Weston-McE wen3, UmpquaValleyChristian1 Regis 6,Kennedy6 Monroe16,Dufur10 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames Weston -McEwenatKnappa Regisat Monroe Final June6atVolcanoesStadium,Keizer, TBA

4A quar-

Class 5A Guarlerlinals Friday's Games St. Helens1,Sandy0 Putnam 2, West Albany1 Pendleton 4, Liberly1 HoodRiverValey1, Wilamette0 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames St. HelensatPutnam Pendelton at HoodRiverValey Final June 7 at OS USoftball Complex, Corvallis, TBA

Vale 4,Glide2 BlanchetCatholic 6, Pleasant Hil 3 Ranier 7,Corbett1 Dayton14, Enterprise 1 Semifinals

Friday's Games Sisters 6, Newport 3 NorthMarion12,LaGrance3 Ridgeview 6,Baker 3 Henley6, Philomath3 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames NorthMarionat Sisters Ridgeview at Henley Final June 7atVolcanoesStadium,Keizer,TBA

Outlaws' 8-3 Class terfinai win over

Class 3A Guarlerfinals Friday's Games

Class 4A Guarlerfinals

complete game in

Final June 7 atOSUSoftball Complex, Corvallis, TBA

Class 4A Guarlerlinals Friday's Games Banks5, Mazama4 Henley2,Stayton0 Ridgeview1,Gladstone0 McLoughlin2, Newport 0 Semifinals Tuesday'sGames BanksatHenley Ridgeview atMcLoughlin Final June 7 at OS USoflball Complex, Corvallis, TBA

Final

Sisters High pitcher Justin Harrer struck out five in a

Ducks throttle

Tigers

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The Associated Press

Andy Tunis/ The Bulletin

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Shaun Chase h o mered, -

2 seed Oregon to an 18-1

Outlaws

gan narrowly missed a grand

over 4A opponents this season. Cody Kreminski went 2

slam to left field. Instead, he

Continued from C1 settled for a two-run groundSisters will play at home on rule double to give the OutTtresday in its semifinal con- laws (24-4 overall) a 6-1 test against North Marion of advantage. Aurora. The Cubs (16-9), who The start of Friday's quar- reached the state champiterfinal matchup was delayed onship last year, plated two for more than 30 minutes be- runs in the top of the third cause Newport had bus trou- when Jace Duty smacked a ble en route from the Oregon two-run single up the middle. Coast and was late arriving Sisters got a run back in in Central Oregon. Not only the bottom of the inning that, just after Sisters' four- when Ryan Funk drew a basrun opening frame, thunder es-loaded walk, and Morgan b oomed overhead, and a capitalized on a Newport mandatory 45-minute light- throwing error in th e f ifth ning delay went into effect. to tally the final score of the "I just s aid, 'Hey, stay game. loose,'" Hodges recalled tellBut even with an 8-3 lead ing his players as they waited heading into t h e s eventh, out the weather. "I think it Morgan conceded that he was easier for us being ahead was not certain of the win. Not until

lot more loose."

fired to first for the final out of the contest. " You never k no w w i t h

Even with the delay, the Outlaws, seeded No. 1 in the

for 2 with an RBI, and Harrer

thumping of No. 3 seed Clemson in the Nashville Regional. The Ducks (43-18) collected a season-high 20 hits. Chase hit his 13th homer

struckout five againstjust one walk in the complete-game

of the season — a three-

vlctory.

inning. Tyler Baumgartner followed with a solo shot.

"There was some pressure," said Harrer, who last season logged a complete-game win to send the Outlaws to the semifinals. "I think it's a lot

run blast — in the fourth The Ducks scored three

runs in the second inning to pull ahead for good after allowing Clemson's lone

of fun when you're in that sit-

run in the first.

uation. To come out with the

Oregon's Tommy Thorpe (11-4) scattered five hits and four walks in seven in-

win, there's nothing better.

Knowing your team's behind you and your team's going to make plays ... it's just a great feelingto go out there andpull out a win as a team." S isters moves on to t h e semifinals, where the Out-

laws fell in 2013. The Outlaws will face No. 4 North Marion,

which defeated La Grande 12-3 in another 4A quarterfiground ball at third base and nal game on Friday.

4-1. I think our kids were certainly a lot more confident, a

F un k f i elded a

nings to earn the win. C lemson's M att h e w

Crownover (8-6) struck out seven but allowed eight earned runs in 3 2/3 in-

nings. Crownover had not given up more than four earned runs in any of his previous 29 career starts. Oregon plays t o day against Vanderbilt.

"For us to be able to have

success against these guys," Hodges said, mentioning how Newport had reached the 4A semis in five of the last seven

16-team bracket, picked up

these games, whether you're up by 10 (runs) or one, you never know what's going to years, "that is just a tribute to shut out in the top of the sec- happen in the last inning," our players." "That was just awesome," ond inning, Morgan stepped said Morgan. "So to get that to the plate in the bottom half last out, that was a big relief." Morgan said. "I can't wait to with the bases loaded and noMorgan finished 2 for 3 at playTuesday." body out. the plate for Sisters, which — Reporter: 541-383-0307, Facing a 3-1 count, Mor- picked up its 19th straight win glucrzs@bendbulletin.com. where they left off. After No. 9 Newport was

Beaversput

away pesky Bison, 2-1 Bulletin staff report CORVALLIS

sixth with a two-run home run that made the score 3-2.

4 with one RBI and one run

scored. Mendazona was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and

Continued from C1 The Ravens responded with George Mendazona led off a couple of long balls of their

Softball Continued from C1 t h r ew

great today," Fischer said. "And Paige Davis played really well behind the plate. Paige called the game and they were pretty consistent."

called by Ridgeview, McKinney andherteammates managed to work out of the jam.

the game with a solo home

"Whenever they call their own timeout, I know they are

contest. The Ravens made it 2-0 in the third inning when

settling down," Fischer said. "There was a strikeout, line

out and a pop out. The pop-up was the last out, and it was by

a young lady who had two hits on the Raven defense by get- off of us already. So we had to ting runners on base with pitch (to her carefully)." Gladstone put the pressure

no outs in the bottom of the

seventh. Following a timeout

homer on Friday.

doubled and drove in four runs Friday to lead No.

Ravens

" Sara M c K i nney

right, is congratulated by third base coach Jay Uhiman after Chase's three-run

'

No. 6 Ridgeview totaled five hits. Kirsten Hawk was 2 for 3.

the tone-setting leadoff homer, Malott added two RBIs and

own in the seventh as Collin

run, giving Ridgeview a 1-0 Runge's solo homer and Kahl lead just three pitches into the Malott's two-run blast gave

a round-tripper, and Dewolf contributed a double and an RBI.

the Raven's a 6-2 lead. Reitz

gave up a solo home run in the Mitch Springer singled Men- bottom of the seventh before dazona home from second earning the complete-game base, and Garrett Dewolf put vlctory. "So tough," Davis said about Ridgeview up 3-0 in the sixth

"This was probably our best overall game of the year," said Davis, whose team made the 5 t/z-hour bus ride to Baker on

Thursday night. "One walk, and only one error on kind of The Bulldogs (19-9), win- er'smental approach aftergiv- a fluke play. "It was a good, solid ballners of the Greater Oregon ing up the two late home runs. League this spring, narrowed Springer led Ridgeview's game," he added, "but we're the margin in their half of the 11-hit attack by going 3 for not ready to be done yet." with an RBI double.

Reitz and the sophomore hurl-

-

top-seeded Oregon State

edged North Dakota State 2-1 on Friday in its opening game of the Corvallis Regional. The top-seeded Beavers (43-12) will face No. 3 seed UC-Irvine (36-22) today. M oore alsoshattered the schoolrecord for post-

season strikeouts of 11. He struck out the side in the seventh and eighth, and did not issue a walk.

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U.S. employers have ramped up hiring this year, a trend that has helped drive down the unemployment rate to 6.3 percent. Employers added 288,000 jobs in April, the biggest hiring surge in two years. All told, employers added an average of 214,000 jobs a month between January and April. That's up from 194,000 last year. Did hiring pick up strongly again in May? Find out on Friday, when the government reports its latest monthly job figures.

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A Utah judge has ruled against Powdr Corp.— parent company of Park City Mountain Resort and Mt.

Bachelor ski area — in Powdr's fight to continue leasing

By Joseph Ditzler The Bulletin

its Park City, Utah, ski runs.

Pacific Power custom-

But Powdr has no plans of giving up control of the 114

ers in Central Oregon will see an increase in

runs at Park City Mountain

their monthly residential

Resort and expects the resort will operate as usual in the

electricity bills of $1.58, on average, starting Sun-

2014-15 ski season. Park City Mountain Resort

day, thanks to the timely

leases most of the land where

in Utah.

the ski runs are located, al-

The Oregon Public Utility Commission originally approvedtheincrease

addition of a power plant

though it owns the base area, parking lots, ski lifts and snow-making infrastructure. Park City Mountain Resort

in December, but said it

could not go into effect until PacifiCorp, Pacific Power's parent company, brought its Lake Side 2 power plant online. A

let that lease lapse, the judge ruled May 21. The landowner, Talisker Land Holdings, had already rented to a new tenant, Vail Resorts.

utility may not collect

Alan Sullivan, Park City Mountain Resort's law-

Photo courtesy of Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort, owned by Powdr Corp., overlooks the community of Park City, Utah. A

Utah judge has ruled against Powdr, which also ownsMt. Bachelor, in a legal battle over leasing rights yer, said his client plans to appeal. to most of the skiing terrain at Park City Mountain Resorts. "The next step for us is going to be to appeal the judge's ruling," Sullivan said. Regard- "The next step for us is going to be to appeal the judge's ruling. Vail still less of who wins on appeal, needs to deal with us. It would be impossible to operate a ski resort Sullivan said, "Vail still needs

to deal with us. It would be

without the base facilities that are owned by Powdr."

impossible to operate a ski resort without the base facilities that are owned by Powdr." Representatives of Vail Re-

sorts could not be reached for comment. Bill Malone, president of

— Alan Sullivan, lawyer for Park City Mountain Resort

all successful, totaling more than 1.8 million skier days. He did not have the break-

the Park City Chamber of Commerce & Convention

down for Park City Mountain Resort's skier days. He ex-

and Visitors Bureau, said the three ski resorts in town are

pects them all to be operating

"The likelihood of going dark, doesn't seem like it

would be a high potential," he said. "We're just working under the assumption that the

Resort closed temporarily, he said, it would impact the community. But, he said, he didn't know the extent of the impact.

two parties would negotiate."

in the upcoming season.

— Reporter: 541-617-7818, rrees@bendbulletin.com

If Park City Mountain

its costs to build a power plant from ratepayers until the plant actually provides

electricity to consumers, according to state law. However, when the PUC

met Tuesday, Lake Side 2 was not yet in service, so

commissioners set a noon Friday deadline to bring the plant online. If Pacifi-

Corp missed the deadline, it would have had to refile its rate request. CH2MHill built the nat-

ural gas-fired plant at a site 40 miles south of Salt

Lake City adjacent to the existing 558-megawatt Lake Side power plant. The PUC also approved a separate, 1.5 percent increase in December that took effect Jan. 1. To-

Target CEQ:Breachprompted Southwest changes inbusinessapproach fined for misleading fare ads

gether, the two rate hikes — the fifth and sixth

increases approved for Pacific Power since 2010 — add about $3 to the bill

for homeowners using 900 kilowatt-hours a month. Commercial and industri-

al customers will also pay more, according to sepa-

By Matt Townsend

ing to improve lackluster re-

tions get a lot of attention,

Bloomberg News

sults in the United States and

a botched expansion to Canada before hackers infiltrated

the chain's ability to apply its cheap chic mantra to basic

rate rate schedules.

NEW YORK — Target Corp. Interim Chief Execu-

products is what set it apart,

lowed Pacific Power to re-

tive Officer John Mulligan

its computer systems. At a test store in Minneap-

he said. "People equate that with the big designer things," Mulligan said. "Those are important, but that's frosting.

cover $21.9 million of the Lake Side 2 construction

said Friday that the retailer

had lost its way even before December's massive data breach by becoming too cautious and bureaucratic. The theft ofcredit-card data for 40 million customers

has forced the company to refocus on pleasing shoppers and reconsider everything from howitpresentsapparel to how it makes decisions, Mulligan said in an interview. "That came out of it, but I would have preferred to have

olis, Target is reworking the baby, electronics, toys and clothing sections because presentations had become stale, Mulligan said. The changes include opening up floor plans, improving lighting and introducing mannequins, which were used for the first time two years ago with the debut of its

smaller CityTarget locations. The remodeled baby area went from initial concept to

gotten there a different way,"

introduction at 200 stores this

he said. "We got a little bit risk-averse in making sure things were perfect and we understood the economics. Now, it's really unshackling ourselves."

summer in seven months,

Mulligan said. "We are accelerating how we make decisions,"

by giving design and store teams moreautonomy and

Earlier this month, Mul-

requiring fewer initiatives to

ligan, an 18-year veteran of the second-largest U.S. discount retailer, was promoted from chief financial officer to replace Gregg Steinhafel as CEO on an interim basis while the company searches forapermanent replacement. Target had already been try-

be approved by top management, Mulligan said. "It's just getting more comfortable putting things out there." The moves are all part

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of an attempt to get Target

back to its roots of upscale discounting, Mulligan said. While its design collabora-

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The commission al-

By Hugo Martin

costs from Oregon rate-

Los Ange(esTimes

That's the secret sauce. That

too good to be true: $59 for

was our success." Shares of Minneapo-

flights from Atlanta to Los

payers, about $1.1 million less than the company originally sought. Pacific Power agreed last year to seek no further increases

Angeles, Chicago or New York. They were.

before January2016. The total cost to build the plant

It's the everyday innovation.

The fares advertised by Southwest Airlines sounded

lis-based Target had fallen 12 percent this year through Thursday. That compares with a 3.4 percent drop for

to book the fares, they found no seats available on those

larger rival Wal-Mart Stores

routes.

Inc. and a 3.9percent increase for the Standard &

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced $200,000 in fines Thursday against the Dallas carrier for violating the federal full-fare advertising rule. The regulation requires airlines to display the full cost of all fares, including taxes and fees. Airlines that advertise

Poor's 500 Index. Target last week cut its

annual earnings forecast to $3.60 to $3.90 a share, down from a previous range of as much as $4.15. It projected adjusted earnings of 85 cents to $1 a share for the second quarter, compared with an

When would-be fliers tried

was unavailable Friday. Lake Side 2 produces

approximately 637 megawatts, enough to power approximately326,000 homes, according to the PacifiCorp website. PacifiCorp plans to build no more power plants for the next 10

fares for specific routes must also offer a "reasonable num-

years, company spokesman Bob Gravely wrote in an email Friday. Lake Side 2 produces about half the emissions of a coal-fired plant, he

$1.03. The company is holding off

bers of seats" for those flights.

wrote.

In addition to the fine issued

The rate increase af-

on stock buybacks as it works

Thursday, the agency ordered the airline to pay a $100,000

fects about 587,000 cus-

penalty that had been sus-

wrote. — Reporter: 541-617-7815,

average estimate of about

on its comeback. The retailer said it probably won't repurchase more stock before the

second half of the year.

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pended after a previous violation of the same rule.

tomers in Oregon, Gravely jditzler@bendbulletin.com

Consumerspendingwanes By Jim Puzzanghera Los Angeles Times

WASHINGTON — Ameri-

day to a 1 percent gain. That was the best performance since August 2009.

cans surprisingly spent less in

Economists did not expect

April, the first monthly drop in

consumers to keep up the March pace. But forecasts still called for spending to grow by 0.2 percent last month.

a year and a potentially worrisome sign for an economic rebound after a slow winter. Consumer spending was down $8.1 billion, or

Part of the reason for the decline, the first since a 0.2

0.1 percent, last month, the

percent drop in April 2013,

Commerce Department said Friday. The decrease came after strong spending growth in March, revised up slightly Fri-

could be that personal income

growth was down. Incomes rose 0.3 percent compared toa 0.5 percent in-

crease in March.


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Local vets headed to WWII memorial Residents are invited to celebrate Central Oregon veterans of World War II on Friday asthey leave Bend ontheir way to the dedication of the new WWII memorial in Salem. June 6 is also the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion in France, which marked the beginning of the end of the war. Local vets havebeen instrumental in raising money for the Salem memorial, and many WWII vets are in their

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The best part of sum-

mer isn't the long, warm days, or the cookouts, or the opportunity to putter

in the garden. It's the lawn games. Why? Lawn games epitomize summer. And they are so superior

90s.

The local procession will leave the Jake's Diner parking lot at 8 a.m. and will proceed west on U.S. Highway 20 and north on Third Street out of town. Motorcycles of the Oregon Veterans Motorcycle Association will be escorting the vets all the way to the event in Salem.DeschutesCounty Sheriff's Office buses will be transporting the vets. Residents are encouraged to seethevets off by waving hands or flags at them asthey depart. Contact: Lyle Hicks,

to other sports. Socks

and shoes are generally optional. Participants often play with a cold beverage in one hand. Photos by Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin

The Nelson family includes, from left, Eva, Isaac, Isaiah, Ella, lan and Nina. The family of six are living in a converted school bus.

your fellow competitors won't be impressed;

they'll just put you in charge of the beer runs. Granted, lawn games may lack the heated competition of toe wrestling or the crowd-pleasing pageantry of bog snorkeling, but these are sports nonetheless,

Free activities at fitness center

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sports that people love. People like Brooks

• 11-1:50 a.m.— Getting Started in Yoga • 6-7 p.m.— Active Isolated Stretching Clinic • 7-8 p.m.— Getting Ready to RaceTriathlon Thursday • 4:30-5:15 p.m. Strong Supple Feet Clinic • 6:30-7:30 p.m. — Getting Started in Pilates Friday • 10-11 a.m.— Getting Started in Weight Training Snturdny 11:15 a.m.-noonWater Fitness Clinic All programs are free and no registration is required. For additional program information and schedules, visit www.bendparksandrec. org or call 541-389-

and green curtains. Ian Nelson built a removable countertop to place on top of the stove when it is not in use.

ular — and some of the

more obscure — lawn diversions.

• A family of 6 decidedto ditch the clutter anddownsizetheir hometoaconvertedschoolbus

The former includes

horseshoes, badminton and croquet. The latter, KanJam, stump and

ByAlandraJohnson

petanque (pronounced pay-tonk). For the un-

The Bunetin

initiated, KanJam is a

CULVERiving in a

Frisbee game. Stump — or "nails," as it is

c l uttered house with too

much stuff and too much debt made

calledin some areas of

Nina Nelson feel stressed and out of

the country — involves pounding nails into a

control. She began to simplify life for herself, her husband and their four children. With each item she got rid of and each bill she

tree stump. People take

likes having her family, often literally, within

paid off, she felt more relaxed and at peace. arm's reach. So step-by-step, bit-by-bit Nelson changed her Getting to the bus family's way of life. That path led her to where she is now: living Growing up in Culver, Nelson pictured living in a converted school bus. a typical life, and for a while that's just what she Nelson shares the 294-square-footspace had. After meeting and marrying her husband, with her husband, Ian, and four children, Isaac, they worked regular jobs as a firefighter and 9, Eva, 6, Ella, 5, and Isaiah, 4. nurse's aide and owned a house. Nelson calls The bus, which is still undergoing finishing this life "lame." "We accumulateda bunch of stuffand a touches, sits next to the home where Nelson's parents live on a large herb farm south of Cul- whole bunch of debt," she said. They didn't have ver. While the space can feel small sometimes

many friends and "just weren't really intention-

(Nelson jokes that she misses doors), she also al about anything." Pregnant with her third child, Nelson, now 29, felt stressed. She knew she didn't want to

keep working with three young children, but she also wanted to get out of debt. They attended a workshop about Dave Ramsey, afinan-

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7665. — From staff reports

By" (Chronicle Books), in which he examines some of the most pop-

The kitchen on the bus includes a full-size sink, bright white tiles

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aPT

Butler Hays, who has written "Balls on the Lawn: Games to Live

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cial coach who encourages people to get out of debt. They left the workshop with something of a plan. Four years later, they were out of debt.

At that time, Nelson also began to try to get rid of many of their things. "I was cleaning all the time; clutter makes me crazy. I was spending

all day cleaning and not paying attention to the kids," she said. The Nelsons sold their house, which they had been underwateron at one time, and moved back home to live with Nelson's parents. Not long after that, Nelson came up with the

idea to live on a bus. See Bus/D5

turns, they flip hammers, they get feisty. Welcome to the world

of stump. Petanque is a popular European game making inroads here; it shares similarities to bocce.

These games, Hays says, are more about leisure and friendship than win-at-all-cost

competition. "I take them serious-

ly, but you can bring a less active person into the fold," he says.

"That's why they often accompany parties. You're inviting people you like rather than people with athletic skills. "The Frisbee games require some athletic skills, but the other

ones — especially the ball-throwing gamesanyone can play those and have fun." "Balls," which is nicely illustrated by Jeremy Stein, presents a veritable decathlon of lawn

sports. Hays explains the history of each, the 'a

aim

(mostly minimal) equipment, rules, terminology. And to enhance the experience — though, really, how can you make lawnbowling any better? Hays suggests drinks to accompany each sport. (His book is definitely skewed to adults.)

. . . : — Al enll! t'>I .

Correction In a story headlined "Activities Calendar," which appeared Friday, May 30, on PageD2,the entry for the Cribbage Club listing was incorrect. The CribbageClub meets from 6-8:30 p.m. Mondays at the Bend Elks Lodge. The Bulletinregrets the error.

greatest athlete. If you brag that you can run the 100 in 10 seconds,

541-419-6021.

Juniper Swim & Fitness Center (800 N.E. 6th St., Bend) offers a week-plus of free fitness activities through June 7. Various fitness clinics and classes provide a way for newcomers and regulars to try new classes, learn new techniques anddiscover Juniper Swim 8 Fitness Center's offerings. The schedule includes: Monday • 10:35-11:15 a.m. Getting Started in Cycle

And, truth be told, you don't need to be the

Some of these sports

are centuries old. According to tradition, the ancient Greeks stuck a Ella jumps down the steps of the converted school bus her family

Storage lockers are also used asseats.

calls home.

stake in the ground and threw horseshoes at it. SeeGames/D4


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SERVICES ANTIOCH CHURCH:Pastor Ken Wytsma; "Part1 of Wisdom series," based on James 3;9:30 a.m. worship, 11:15 a.m. reduxSunday; BendHigh School, 230 N.E.Sixth St., Bend; www.antiochchurch.org. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor DaveMiller; "God DoesPart 2"; 10 a.m. Sunday; 4twelve youth group, 7 p.m.Wednesdays; 19831 Rocking HorseRoad, Bend; 541-382-6006 or www. bendchristianfellowship.com. BEND CHURCH OFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Matthew Bissonnette; "One Friend Away"; 9 a.m. (Hispanic) and 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 1270N.E.27th St., Bend; 541-382-5496 or www. bendnaz.org. COMMUNITYBIBLE CHURCH AT SUNRIVER: Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "Why BeAshamed?," based on Romans1:16-17; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 1 Theater Drive, Sunriver; 541-593-8341 or www.cbchurchsr. org. COMMUNITY OF CHRIST: Elder Shawn Sahlberg; "Make UsOne," based onActs1:6-14;11 a.m. Sunday, 10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380 Cooley Road, Bend;541-389-1035. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:Pastor Rob Anderson;

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is welcome to attend theFamily Pancake Supper; $5 perfamily; 5-7:30 p.m.; Cross Church, 64 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-388-5484 or www. crosschurchbend.org. THURSDAY THE TAIZECHOIR OFCENTRAL OREGON: An hour of meditative non-denominational Taizemusic and silence; free; 7 p.m.; St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church & School, 2450 N.E.27th St., Bend; 541-382-470 I. "WHAT THEBLEEP DO WE KNOW!?": Screening of the 2004 documentary about a photographer encountering emotional and existential obstacles in her life; $4suggested donation; 7:30-9:30 p.m.;TheOldStone,157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend;541-5081059, sacbend©gmail.com or www. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com. SATURDAY, JUNE 7 MADRAS OREGONAGLOW MEETING:Pastor Terry Goodwin of River of Life for All Nations in Prineville will speakwith Mary EVEMTS, Burgess leading praise andworship; MEETINGS 9:30 a.m. social time, 10 a.m. meeting; Madras OregonAglow, 25 SUNDAY N.E. A St.; 541-475-2405. THE KING'SHERALDSOUTHERN SPECIALEVENING OF INFORMATION GOSPEL CONCERT:Internationally AND CELEBRATION:Learn more known quartetsings Southern Gospel about the newHoly Communion music, non-denominational; $10 at the Evangelical Catholic Church with door, ages18 andunder free; 6-8 p.m.; Bishop JamesWilkowski and Father Redmond Assembly of GodChurch, James Radloff; free; 7 p.m.; The 1865 W. Antler Ave.; 541-923-3085 or Riverhouse Convention Center, sgm©bendbroadband.com. 2850 N.W.Rippling River Court, WEDNESDAY Bend; 541-389-3111 oradminO FAMILYPANCAKESUPPER: Everyone holycommunionbend. org. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Gary Burton; "Legacy: Sonsof Thunder";10:30 a.m. Sunday; 1245 S.E. Third St., Bend. WESTSIDESISTERS CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel; "Legacy: Sons of Thunder"; 10:30 a.m. Sunday;442 Trinity Way, Sisters. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel; "Legacy: Sonsof Thunder"; 6:30 tonight and 8, 9and 10:45a.m.Sunday;2051 N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend;www.westsidelive. org. WESTSIDE RADIOCAMPUS:Pastor Steve Mickel; "Climate Change:Storm Clouds"; 8:30 a.m. Sunday; Heirborne radio show onKBND,AM1110. ZIONLUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Eric Burtness; "How DoBecome I Your 'On-Fire' Follower, Jesus?" part of the series"Just Wondering Jesus ...";10 a.m. Sunday; 1113 S.W. Black Butte Blvd., Redmond; 541-923-7466 or www.zionrdm.com.

ace o an OI' ose 'comin ou'asa eis s By Mark Oppenheimer New Yorh Times News Service

A LEXANDRIA,

Va.

Women talked about "coming out," being open with their families, leaving "the closet" at a conference here this month. But the topic was not

sexuality. Instead, the women, attending the third Women in

"Soin 2009, I realized there is probablyis no God. What isso wrong in having a boyfriend, or having premarital sex? What is wrong with wanting to eat and drink water before the sungoes down duringRamadan? What isso wrong with that? I couldn't handle the cognitive

dissonance anymore."

Secularism conference were

— Sadaf AII, 23, former Muslim turned atheist

talking about being atheists. Some grew up Catholic, some Jewish, some Protestant — but

nearly all described journeys where the next meeting will of acknowledging atheism be held. The group has grown first to t hemselves, then to quicklyto about adozen chaploved ones. Goingpublic was a ters, in cities including Boston, last, often painful, step. Chicago, Houston, New York Anyone leaving a close- and San Francisco. knit belief-based community One of the group's founders risks parental d isappoint- who was at the conference, ment, rejection by friends and Sadaf Ali, 23, an Afghan-Carelatives, and accusations of nadian, said she had once been self-loathing. The process can "a fairly practicing Muslim." be especially difficult and isoDuring childhood, she said, lating for women who have "I was always fairly defiant." grown up Muslim, who are As she grew older, she strugsometimes accused of trying gled with depression, and she to assimilate into a Western thought that praying more culture that despises them. and reading the Quran would "It was incredibly painful," help.She became more reliHeina Dadabhoy, 26, said gious and looked forward to a during a discussion called traditional life. "I thought my "Women Leaving Religion," life was sort of set out for me: which also featured three get married, have children," ex-Christians and one former- Ali said. "I might go to school. ly observant Jew, the novelist I'll have a very domestic life. Rebecca Newberger Gold- That's what my family did, stein. "My entire life, my iden- what my forefathers did." tity, was being a good Muslim But as a university student, woman." herfeelings began to change. "As I started to investigate Dadabhoy, a Web developer who lives in Orange Coun- the religion, I realized I was ty, Calif., and who often gives talking to myself," Ali said. talks about leaving Islam, said "Nobody was listening to me. the hardestpartoftheprocess I had just entered the Univerwas opening up to her family. sity of Toronto, and critical "The sense they got was thinking was a big part of my where I was turning my back studies. I have an art history on them," Dadabhoy said. Her and writing background, and

lims are adamant that they

is inclusive: "We understand

that Muslims come in all varieties and we do not and will not partake in e r asing the diversity within the w orld's

Muslims." But they are equally adamant that it is still too difficult

for Muslims inclined to athe-

can take refuge in reformist sist on the literal truth of the

Quran. "I would say it's maybe p oint-one percent wh o

are

willing to challenge the foundations of the faith," said Nas

Ishmael, another founder of the Ex-Muslims' group who

her colleagues in Ex-Muslims of North America, they frequently hear from others, who

reacted the way they knew

"So in 2009, I realized there

Bridging agap There are few role models

for former Muslims, and although the religion's history

drink water before the sun

contains some notable skep-

What is so wrong with that? I

goes down during Ramadan?

tics, very few of them are couldn't handle the cognitive women. Today, Muslim fem- dissonance anymore." inists like Irshad Manji and For the next three years, Ali Amina Wadud advocate more thought of herself as an agliberal attitudes toward wom- nostic. She stopped practicing en in Islam, but neither has left the faith. And many atheists

Islam. She still had Muslim friends, and her brother mar-

how, which was to freak out. They had never heard of anybody leaving Islam. We were raised with the idea you can't leave, that nobody can leave. Leaving Islam was something s omebody incredibly d e ranged would do. Or if forced at sword point or gunpoint." Critics have accused her of being part of a Zionist conspiracy to make Islam look bad. "I say, 'If I am, where is my paycheck?'" Dadabhoy said drolly. For a time, Dadabhoy's parents took her to imams, hoping

resist identifying with Ayaan ried into a religious Muslim Hirsi Ali, the Somali-Amer- family. Slowly younger friends ican (by way of the Nether- and relatives figured things lands) whose vehement criti- out. "They didn't seem to care cism of Islam is seen, even by that I wasn't Muslim," Ali said. many other atheists,asharsh. "But I didn't go around telling One group that seeks to my parents." bridge that gap is Ex-Muslims Eventually, h e r pa r e nts of North America, which had heard. "They were incredibly upa n information table in t h e

to talk her out of her apostasy. "And they would just give me tautological beliefs," she recalled. "'You are blessed to be

exhibition hall. Members of

his conclusion was, 'Just have

the group, founded last year in Washington and Toronto, recognize that their efforts might

seem radical to some, and take precautions when admitting new members. Those interest-

set, as they believe in an eternal hell," Ali said. "They are OK with me for the most part

being irreligious," she added. "But we don't talk much about it anymore, and that's fine."

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is probably is no God," she said. "What is so wrong in having a boyfriend, or having premarital sex'? What is wrong with wanting to eat and

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come across"— in the Quran — "was explicitly or implicitly

those white people,'" Dadabhoy recalled them saying.

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wings of their tradition, religious Muslims generally in-

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Quickly, her faith crumbled.

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ancestors. "'You think what

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respect others' right to prac- Heina Dadabhoy, of Fullerton, Calif., grew up Muslim but Is now an atheist. The process of leaving tice Islam. The group's motto a close-knit belief-based community can beespecially difficult and isolating for womenwho have is "No Bigotry and No Apolo- grown up Muslim. gism," and text on its website

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At this point, Dadabhoy's absence of belief is as ineluctable as the imam's faith: "It's

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10:00 am 50+ Bible Study

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ST. THOMAS ROMAN CATHOLICCHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

THURSDAY

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

Reconciliation Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Reconciliation

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

June 4: Shavuot - "Torah Wedding Ceremony" 6PM

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

Pastor Randy Myers

Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM

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Youth Groups High School - Sunday 11:00am-12:30pm Middle School - Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

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June 8: General Meeting at St. Charles Hospital Community Room 10:15 AM

"Inaugural Opening Mass and Reception" with Bishop lames Wilkowski 9am, Sunday, June 8th Riverhouse Convention Center

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FOREVER YOUNG

Games

The latest weapon

Continued from 01 Others, though, are of a

in the wrinkle wars By Bee Shapiro

the new technology because

New York Times News Service

N EW YORK —

they a s sociate u l t r asound A s s h e with the test many women

aged, Sandi Bachom, 69, a filmmaker and producer in

have during pregnancy.

"It's something they have

more recent vintage. Hays says he was introduced to some of the games when he attended the College of W illiam 8: Mary i n

Vir-

ginia, and fellow students brought their r e gional sports to campus. "A game like stump, no one has heard of outside the New Hampshire,

Is thisgamefor you?

Kanjam101

Here are some ofthe lawnsports featured in "Balls on the Lawn," with author Brooks Butler Haysweighing in on the pros and cons of each. (All of these gamescan befound on YouTubefor further instruction, visual and otherwise. Also, wefound equipment for many of these onsale at Amazon.com.)

Required equipment: A Frisbee, two barrel-shaped containers with horizontal

STUMP Pros:Makes you feel like a lumberjack, equipment easy andcheap to procure, ideal for tailgates. Cons:Sometimes you take ahammer to the shinbone. And if there's no tree stump around, perhaps it's time to piay-

heard of before, and if you keep the inevitable wrinkles can doiton pregnant women, away, but she was wary of they feel it's safe," she said. anything more invasive. She Fusco added that while wanted, as she explained re- the therapy is actually "very cently, to avoid "going under safe," she warned that it is not the knife." appropriate for patients who So a couple of years ago, at have a history of cold sores, the suggestion of her derma- a pacemaker, or a cheek or tologist, Dr. David Colbert, chin implant. Additionally, she first tried Ultherapy, in any kind of skin disease can which ultrasound waves are be worsened by the treatshot through a gel into the ment, and when operating skin. She had the treatment the Ultherapy machine, she on her face and neck, partic- avoids pressing it near the ularly the tricky jowls. thyroid gland in the neck or "I call it my 'way-back ma- at the middle of the forehead chine,'" Bachom said. "It has or chin, where "nerves course effective, fast results, and it's superficially," she said. natural enough so you don't With bikini season on the look like 'Brazil' the movie." horizon, it is not just necks The session took about 15 that may be getting the treatminutes and included some ments. A high-intensity fopain: Bachom was offered cused ultrasound, Liposonix, a squeeze ball and Valium. can zap fat on the back (helThe treatment provided a lo, this season's crop tops!) n oticeable lift t o h e r f a c e and slim waistlines, said Dr. that lasted nearly two years, Cheryl Karcher, a New York she said; she repeated it last dermatologist who gives the

Vermont area," Hays ex-

November. "It was worth the money,"

treatment. A 45-minute appointment starts at $ 1,000,

ried traditions, with mythical tales of how they were

Bachom said. (Colbert said

she said. The way it works: The ul-

born. An example is the now discredited fable that

tossing Frisbees into a garbage can. "I was playing with a group of friends ... a guy's day out on a Saturday," Sciandra says. "And w e s a i d, 'Everybody grab a partner.' We played for eight hours. I knew there was

trasound waves are so strong

Abner Doubleday invented

something, but I wasn't sure

N ew York, t r ied B otox t o

his Ultherapy p r ices start

at $5,000, depending on the area addressed.)

(and painful — some patients A cross New Y o r k C i t y , pop a couple of Percocets bewomen young and old are forehand) that they actually riding the ultrasound wave. kill fat cells, although it takes Doctors rave about Ultherapy about eight weeks for results becauseitleavesno evidence. to show, Karcher said. "There's no needle marks, S lim l adies w i t h m i n o r no peeling and no bruising," quibbles need not a pply. said Dr. Francesca Fusco, a Karcher said she turns away dermatologist in New York patients who have less than who performs Ultherapy in an inch of fat. The Liposonix "goes deep," she said. her office. want to damage a And, Fusco pointed out, "You don't patients are comfortable with

nerve."

plains. "Now it's starting to spread. KanJam is getting popular. No one was playing it five years ago when I was in college. It was just coming out of upstate New

York. I had a friend from Rochester who brought it to

William 5 Mary." A lthough a l l the s e games are perfectly at home on any lawn, some can be made part of a larger event. Badminton or cro-

quet, for example, can add a Victorian elegance to an event such as a wedding, Hays contends. "A thing I like about croquet," he says, "it's got this stately appeal. A croquet mallet in your hand is a

PENTAQUE Pros:You canpretend it's bocce. Cons: W hydon'tyoujust play bocce?

BEANBAG TOSS Pros:Readily available at tailgates and parties, easy to learn, easy to enjoy. Cons:Boring.

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BADMINTON Pros:You getto say "shuttlecock" as much asyou want. Cons:Youfeel like (a jerk) the whole time you play; also you have to transport, set up andthentake down agiant net. POLEISH(INVOLVES KNOCKING A BOTTLE OFF A POLE

WITH A FRISBEE). Pros:Frisbees, beer bottles to the face, stitches, diving is encouraged, Wiffle ball bats rule. Cons:Seeprevious part about beer bottles to the face and stitches.

nice accouterment to sum-

mer wedding garb."

Catching the KanJam craze Some sports have sto-

baseball in Cooperstown, N.Y. Then there's Kan Jam.

It has no long history or time-honored traditions. It was invented by a gym teacher and some friends in the 1990s, and they turned it into a business to make

He has also launched a Kan-

Jam mini version for indoors, yet." KanJam Splash for pools, A year later they tried it "and wehave atable-top game again. Two dozen guys be- coming out and another backtween 20 and 30 showed up yard game (in development)." for a day of KanJam. He knew

Brooks Butler Hays, author

he had something. He refined of "Balls on the Lawn: Games the game — redesigning the to Live By," proclaims Kancans with slots, formalizing Jam as his favorite. "I'm a history major, and I rules, adding things like "tipins" — and now distributes his like to buy vintage clothes and

some money. As Charlie Sciandra, the all-U.S.-made products across game's creator, tells it, Kan-

games to schools. "Last year we probably put games into 2,000 schools around the country," he says. "Schools are struggling. We just give them to 'em, 'Here, have fun.'"

the U.S., Europe, Canada,

antiques and old books," he admits, "so it kind of bothers

slots cut into them.

Matches are played with two teams of two players, one teammate at each barrel, which are placed 50 feet apart. The object of the game is to get the Frisbee into the can, either having it thrown through the slot or in through the

top opening by the thrower or by being tipped in by the teammate ("the deflector"). Each partner makes one throw, then the other team gets possession of the disc and takes its two tosses. All throws are from behind the thrower's barrel. As the disc approaches the barrel at the other end of the course, the thrower's teammate can redirect it by using any body part. Deflectors may not grab, catch or throw the disc. Games are played to 21 points. The first team to win three gameswins the match. A team gets one point when the deflector deflects the disc and it hits

the goal without going in. Two points are awarded if a throw hits the side

of the container without the deflector's help. If the

deflector tips the disc into the barrel, it's worth three points. A throw that goes into the slot without being

deflected is an instant win. KanJam is another of those lawn games that can be played one-handed. That's not by accident. "The best thing about KanJam is the can serves as a trash can, so while you're drinking your beer you can toss your empties into the can," Hays says.

Jam started out as garbage Australia and New Zealand. me my favorite is the nouveau can Frisbee — literally, The company also gives free richegame oflawn games."

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Eva and Isaiah Nelson play in their beds. The four Nelson

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like small cutouts under the

bunks. Many items are also stored in bins under the Nelsons' big bed. Nelson estimates they have spent $8,500 on the bus, including the original purchase price.

a large table top is attached

to create a large dining table, which the children also children sleep use for some home-schooling on the bunks projects. Mostly the table is and their parstored during the day. ents sleep in P ast the benches is t h e a large bed at kitchen, with counters on the very back both sides and a large basin

Natural living As Nelson looked for ways to save money, she began to adopt a more natural way of living. "I fell down a rabbit hole; I'm a completely different person," she said. She found that becoming greener saved her money. She started making all of her own soap, shampoo and

of the bus. Ryan Brennecke The Bulletin

personal p r oducts. N elson

also began using essential oils in a variety of ways. She makes most of the family's

food from scratch. Nelson says her mom jokingly introduces Nelson as her "hippie" daughter. It's something Nelson never imagined herself being called. "I never came around to it

posts can be inserted in between the benches and then

more peace and purpose."

Nelson says as she watched it pull in to the driveway she search natural living, she thought, "Oh, my God, we keptcoming across stories of bought a bus." They had puruntil I needed to save mon- families who lived in convert- chased it from a man in Idaey," she said. But now she's ed buses. She approached Ian ho for $3,500. When Nelson starting to embrace the term with the idea. "Would it be stepped inside for the first — especially if it means doing cool to live on a bus?" Nelson time, it hit her just how much things intentionally, which is says he shut her down right work was going to be reher biggest goal. away, saying, "no, that sounds quired to turn it into a home. In 2010, Nelson started a crazy." The man who had been livblog to chronicle some of her But Nelson never gave up ing in the converted bus was favorite how-tos and thoughts the idea. The couple watched a smoker and had installed about living and mothering a documentary that featured brown shag carpeting and with intention. Called "Sha- a family living on bus. Af- wood paneling. lom Mama," the website has terward, Nelson says, h er In order to focus on constarted to gain a following. husband agreed to the idea, verting the bus, Ian cut back Nelson explains "shalom" with one caveat. If they didn't to part-time at work. For a means peace and wholeness, like it after a year, they could few months, the family of six two things that she is always move on. lived in a small travel trailer looking for. Nelson says many on Nelson's parents' propermoms are attracted to the site The bus ty. Nelson says that cramped becausethey "feelso crazy all I n O c t ober 2 0 12 , I a n space was actually good the time and are looking for brought the school bus home. in a way. She says they all A s Nelson began t o

re-

thought: "The bus is going to be huge!" Nelson says Ian did almost all of the renovations. It is designed very thoughtfully. By June of 2013, the fami-

ly was living in the bus. The kitchen and bathroom spac-

es were completed around Christmastime of 2013. Walking onto the bus, the

space has a surprisingly open and airy feel. White wainscoting and tile line the walls and a light wood laminate covers the floor. Two low benches line each wall, with built-in

storage below. This is where the family keeps books, a yoga mat, dirty laundry and other items, all in separate sections. The benches will soon be lined with a colorful

soft fabric. Two large metal

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Life on the bus " When it's b edtime, t h e

kids think the bus is stupid

sink. Ian built the countertop

to cover the top of the stove, to and they want to stay up and provide more counter space. keep playing," said Nelson. The top is easily removed But otherwise, she says, they during cooking. The cabinets, tend to like it. "I miss doors," said Nelson. which were free online, still need to be painted. She hopes they will be able to Nelson makes use of the install real doors soon, as the naturally magnetic ceiling. curtains they used at the beThey use magnets to hang ginning tend to fall down or curtains and to post notes. get kicked over. "The things The girls also discovered that people take for g r anted!" My Little Ponies have mag- joked Nelson. netic feet and like to attach When the children begin them to the ceiling. to bicker or have typical sibPast the kitchen is a small ling rivalry issues, Nelson propane heater for the house tells them to go outside. Or to and also the side door of the go find their bunk. She also bus. Nearby is a shower that has an important rule: No flows into a large metal basin screaming on the bus. that Nelson says is big enough Nelson says they don't infor baths. tend to live on the bus forevThe bathroom has a work- er. They hope to travel with ing toilet and some storage, it relatively soon (although but is still a bit unfinished. they want to paint the exteThen come the sleeping rior first). The couple hope quarters. Two sets of small to buy an acre or two and built-in bunk beds line the have a homestead in Central w alls. Each child has a Oregon. s mall, c ontained s helf t o F or now, they like t he keep personal items. Beyond space. "It's very much us. Evthe bunks is the queen-size eryone is really close — I like sleeping area for the par- that." ents. Seemingly everywhere — Reporter: 541-617-7860, are tiny spots for storage, aj ohnson@bendbulletin.com

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"Power"

as Tasha,

9 p.m.June 7, Starz

the wife of New York

By Jacqueline Cutler

drug kingpin James

Zap2it

"Ghost" St. Patrick, in

When the legitimate busi-

ness is a Manhattan nightclub, consider what the illegitimate

"Power," pre-

one could be.

miering June 7 on Starz.

Starz's latest drama, "Power," from executive produc-

inside," says creator Courtney

er Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, who raps the theme song,

Submitted photo

premieres June 7. In it, James

"Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) is a New York drug kingpin looking for legitimacy with his new business, a club. He's made it this far with

childhood palTommy Egan (Joseph Sikora), who sounds as if he is from the streets and retains his rough edges. Ghost, however, is smooth and point is despite being a killer

another. Ghost moves through

that encompasses the narcis- just make him a regular persism he is riddled with, He is son, a father and a husband equally Cliff Huxtable, not — he has never done anything only with his kids, but the kid of infidelity pertaining to his within himself." wife." It may seem like a stretch That is not going to last. to think of a drug dealer as The pilot and second epiDr. Huxtable, Bill Cosby's sodes do a wonderful job of quintessential family man in

to her with details with what is

who has street cred, Ghost is

also a solid family man. "I want to play every bad "I have described him as guy in the most sympathetic a ruthless, ambitious Pablo way," he says. "We would forEscobar of sorts," says Hard- get about the nature of him bewick ("Being Mary Jane") of ing a ruthless killer as we see his character, "who will go to in Episode I, and someone deall extremes to get what he siring to be a killer in the game as he does in his hip new club.

wants, when he wants it. And

of entrepreneurship. If I could

setting up the conflicts within

the classic NBC sitcom "The each character and how the Cosby Show," but Hardwick's characters will relate to one

going on with the team." Neither Ghost nor Tasha has

Ghost."

Kemp Agboh. "There are guys The first two episodes lay who go in and some guys who the groundwork for Angela to escape it." The show blends the life

return to Ghost's life. Would

from the streets, which 50 Cent lived before becoming a successfulrapper,with the life from the club. Agboh was

career over a criminal? Would

interested in

life as quietly as a shadow, leaving bodies in his wake and killing effortlessly, neatly and apparently without remorse. His wife, Tasha (Naturi Naughton, "Lottery Ticket"), is his true partner. "Tasha goes shopping with her girlfriends and can do whatever she wants," Naughton says. "Being the wife of the kingpin, she enjoys being a part of the whole hustle, and she wants him to lean on her for opinion. They have always been teammates in everything they have done, and it is strange when he stops coming

would look as comfortable at a Fortune 500 conference table

done time, which seems odd man. "She is in love with James considering they have lived off dirty money for long enough but also in love with the life," that they live large in a Tribeca Naughton says. penthouse. Clearly the murder Tasha grew up poor with a Ghost commits in the pilot is single mom in Queens, and not his first, and one can't help her mom pressures her to hold but wonder how anyone could onto her man. "Essentially it is not just the be in the life for this long without getting caught. money she enjoys," Naughton "We have a character in the says. "It's that security more show played by 50 Cent who is so. She never felt safe without

Angela gamble her hard-won Ghost gamble his longtime marriage over the love that got away? If Tasha gets wise to Angela,

s h owing h ow

Ghost's talent as a drug supplier to the rich could be transferred to a nightclub. "The whole first season, you can't predict the future and control what is happening," she says. Some scenes foreshadow. A sexy woman, Angela Valdes (Lela Loren, "Gang Related"), shows up at the club,

it could get violent. And there

are genuine sparks between Angela and Ghost. So what happened to the Dr. Huxtable

character? "Where the childlike quality also shows up for men in general — he is no exception to the

rule — we lose ourselves when there is another piece of a... in

and Ghost all but melts upon

front of us," Hardwick says. So there will be a love tri-

seeing her. Unfortunately for

angle, tensions between two

lifelong friends on whether to stick with an incredibly lucrative drug business, and family relationships set to unfold over eight episodes. "It is a show for people who like crime, a show for people who like romance," Agboh says. "It is a show for people who like family dramas and a show for people who like cops

both of them, Tasha sees this as well.

Angela was Ghost's first love. She had a chance at pri-

vate schools and great colleges and jumped. Now she's an attorney with a government

agency, so could it be coincidence that she just wandered into Ghost's club? All Tasha knows is

t h at

she is not going to give up her

and robbers."

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— Liz in New Jersey Dear Abby:I'm 20 years old. My boyfriend and I don't drink. AlDear Liz: I agree that it's time to most every person my age does, expand your cirde of acquaintancand it's starting to get to me. I'd es. That's why I'm advising you to love to have friends besides my join a gym or some other physical boyfriend I can hang out with, activity group and start meeting but I find that I only people who are inc onnect w it h h i m volved in physical fitbecause everyone ness. None of the ones DPPR else always wants I know want to spend ABBY to go out and party their time drinking He is an introvert, so and partying because the seclusion doesn't they are more interbother him. I, on the other hand, ested in eating and living healthfully. I'm sure if you try it, you will meet am greatly bothered by it. I have always been ahead of others who thinkthe wayyou do. the curve in terms of people my Dear Abby:I am 15, and all of my age. I have more in common with friends my age and a grade lower 30-year-olds thanpeople in college. have their belly buttons pierced. Unfortunately, I would feel weird I have been asking my mom for spending time with 30-year-olds, a very long time and she doesn't and I'm sure they'd feel the same have a problem with it, but my dad

button pierced at the age of 15. Is it wrong?

about spending time with me. Most

delicious meal! — Inquisitive in Ottawa

does. He won't let me get it done be-

of my spare time is spent with my cause he doesn't want me looking family. They just seem to get me. like trash at this age. I don't want it to impress boys; I How can I find people my age who think the way I do? I don't want it for my own beauty and to want to be the kind of girl who look good with a cute jewel to go only spends time with her boy- with my summer outfits or bathfriend. I would appreciate other ing suits. They said to ask you if relationships. you think it's wrong to have a belly

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your downtime.Takea class in yoga, or try some other type of relaxing exercise. You even might opt to do some volunteer work. Ifyou are Stars showthe kind single, this sumof dayyou'll have mer is when Cupid ** * * p ositive will be in your neighborhood. *** Average You probably ** So-so will meet several * Difficult potential suitors this year. If you are attached, you will enjoy spending more time together by partaking in your favorite pastimes. Make plenty of one-and-one time for each other. CANCER is very emotional.

ARIES (Marcb21-April 19) ** * You inadvertently might upset someoneyou look upto andcareabout. Your spontaneity might threaten this per-

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your spending habits. A discussion with a loved one will be enlightening, if nothing else. Remain sensitive to this person, even if you don't like what you are hearing. Tonight: Be spontaneous.

CANCER (June21-July 22) ** * *

You might irritate a roommate

or a lovedone. Fortunately, you seemto have the right words to patch up a problem in a moment or two. Allow more creativity to come in through others. Chime in with your sense of humor. Tonight: The world is your oyster.

LEO (July23-Aug.22) ** * Whatever is going on that is hushhush might be best kept that way. Be wise, and don't ask for more information. A loved one at a distance could surprise you with his or her ideas. Go along with this person's line of thought. Tonight: Make it an early night.

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VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept. 22)

part of them. Tap into your imagination, and you will come out ahead. Tonight: Head to a movie or concert.

** * * You could be pushed by friends to meet up with them. By saying "yes," you might discover that you stop worrying about a problem and how to deal with it. Don't let a loved one railroad you into doing only what he or she wants to do. Tonight: Be where people are.

TAURUS (April 20-May20) ** * * You will say exactly what you want, and others will hear you. Avoid a power play at all costs. Your imagination will take you to a new level, once you get into a deep conversation with a friend. Someone at a distance might have quite an effect on you. Tonight: Stay close to home.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) ** * An argument could color your day. Part of the issue might have to do with

— and I'm not sure I disagree with

him — is that he would prefer you make an impression by attracting attention in some other way. I'm

suggesting you hold off for now and have it done when you're older — providing you haven't changed your mind by then. Dear Abby:1. What do you call a person who is neither a morning lark nor a night owl? (That's me.) 2. What do you call someone who is neither a giver nor a taker'?

(That's me, too.) Your answers will help me win a Dear Inquisitive:A person who is neither a lark nor a night owl is

called a robin. Someone who is neither a giver nor a taker is probably a loner. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA90069

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov.21)

URDAY, MAY 31, 2014:This year you have a unique opportunity to get past a problem that has haunted you for years. You also will spend a considerable amount of time reflecting and enjoying

— Kylie in Washington

Dear Kylie: I don't think that having a belly button pierced is a question of right or wrong. I suspect that your father's objection

** * * You might want to understand what is happening with a neighbor or relative. Make a call and casually catch up on news. You might want to reflect on what you are hearing after the talk. If concerned, follow your intuitive sense. Tonight: Consider a trip in the near future.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Oec. 21) ** * * You will want to rethink a personal decision. You might be worried about what is happening with a friend who has been angry as of late. You could have quite a disagreement with this person, but try to be understanding. Tonight: Surrounded by good music.

CAPRICORN (Oec.22-Jan. 19) ** * * You might want to hear more from others. The best way to achieve this would be to say less yet also show extreme interest. One person in particular will seek your approval. Be careful with how you respond, as he or she needs more self-confidence. Tonight: Where people are.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) ** * * No one doubts that you are busy and need to finish some projects. The incoming calls are meant to let you know that you are missed. Free yourself up as soon as you can, as you will want to join your pals. Tonight: Do not push yourself too hard.

PISCES (Feb.19-March20)

** * * Be more forthright in how you ** * * Your sense of direction will help handle a personal matter. You could be unusually fatigued by a child. Use caution you make it through a meeting. An older with a risk, and know full well what needs relative or friend might want you to loin him or her; however, you must tackle and to happen. A friend might become uptight complete a responsibility first. Anger and quite difficult to speak to. Avoid a risk might be a lot closer to the surface than at all costs. Tonight: Order in. you realize. Tonight: Be the lead actor. © King Features Syndicate

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Kori Chinchen, barn, 4 acres irriga- wood flooring in foyer, The 1440 N E 1 0th • MLS 201403353 t rail & parks . deck, double garage, Broker tion. Granite, Traver- living area and gour- dwelling has e n gi- Susan Agli, Broker, 541-788-6154 $399,900. and und e rground tine, marble finishes. met kitchen. Kitchen neered ha r dwood ABR, ALHS & SRES Call Katrina Swisher, sprinklers. MLS too John L. Scott Shelly Arnold, has granite counter- floors in living, dining 541-408-3773 541-420-3348 or Rob new! Pre-listing sta Real Estate, Bend Broker 541-771-9329 tops, large i s land, & bedrooms; MitsubEggers, 541-518-9780 tus. Call Pam Lester, www.johnlscottbend. John L. Scott ishi electric heat & p lanning desk a n d MLS¹201403085 Principal Broker Cen com Real Estate, Bend numerous oak cabi- cool system (along MORRIS www.johnlscottbend.com Duke Warner Realty tury 21 Gold Country www.johnlscottbend. nets. Master b e d- with other heating opREAL ESTATE 541-382-8262 Realty, Inc. 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3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2877 sq. ft. home. Great room living, extensive hardwood floors, slate tiles, gourmet kitchen, granite counters, 2694 NW Whitworth Way, Bend main level master suite, upstairs bonus room, DfrectiossrMt. Washington Dr/ve w rap-around p o r c h . to Aebrey Glen main entrarice, Professionally landscaped left on Champion Circle6 right on corner lot w it h w ater Whiturorth. feature & patio. Large windows for light.

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In the Path of Progress Like New, Upgraded Looking for a home that New Construction NW Redmond j Panoramic C a scadePerfect Horse property Picturesque Ponderosa P rivate 1 . 2 5 acr e in Prineville City Lim- Home - 3 bedroom, has it all? Features 1425 sf, 3 br, 2 ba, View - Beautiful & or Private Sanctuary. Setting - Beautifully cul-de-sac l o cation $385,000 its - 3 br/2ba home on 2.5 bath in Crescent great room layout w/ private neighborhood, • Private 5 acres peaceful Powell Butte Unique lodge style landscaped, RV with Cascade views. 1.29 acres zoned R2 Creek. C o mpletely vaulted ceil i ngs, landscaped, with • 4 bedroom, 2 bath home on 10.36 acres h ome w it h op e n parking. 3 bedroom, Septic in with 100 gal. (can be split into more upgraded throughout. hardwood floors, a sprinklers. $134,900. • Granite counters, 2/89.33 acres of irri- beams and a ggre- 2.5 bath, 2443 sq ft. tank Connection to MLS¹201402230 bamboo floors ation. Rebuilt in 2004 gate entry. This pas- Offeredat$469,500. CRR water, 30x40 galots). Across f rom Hickory floors & cabi- l arge k i tchen w / • MLS 201402721 State Park and 2 min- nets, slate and SS b reakfast ba r a n d Pam Lester, Principal original house built in sive solar home is Cate Cushman, rage shop with conutes t o Mea d ow appliances, $219,000. nook, formal dining Broker, Century 21 Julia Buckland, 1975 pe r co u nty open and bright w/lots Principal Broker crete floors, windows 541-480-1884 Lakes Golf Course. Call Candy Yow, room, dow n stairs Gold Country Realty, Broker, ABR, records). Open loft of windows showcasand 16x10 overhead 541-410-3193. Inc. 541-504-1338 ALHS, CRS, GRI den overlooks the liv- ing mountain views. www.catecushman.com doon MLS $1 10,000 MLS guest bedroom, main 20142793 MLS¹201402864 floor master suite w/ New Custom 3 BR/2.5 541-719-8444 ing 8 d i ning areas 3.33 Acres property 201302066. $85,900. Pam Lester, Principal Duke Warner Realty Travertine s h ower, BA, 2024 sq ft home w/soaring vau l ted has gate for easy ac- Powell Butte View EsNancy Popp, Princi541-382-8262 Broker, Century 21 jetted tub, & private on large lot w / RV ceilings. S p a cious cess to BLM and Na- tate. 6.85 Acres, near pal Broker Gold Country Realty, kitchen and utility/mud tional Forest w/net- Brasada, Panoramic 541-815-8000 deck, two large up- parking. Granite slab Inc. 541-504-1338 Live in One, Rent the s tairs g u est b e d - counter tops, profesroom with tile flooring. work of trails for miles views. MLS Crooked River Realty Wrap-around porch, of riding, mountain Cascade Other! Two separate rooms, double vanity MORRIS ¹201401805 Irrigated Mini F a rm. units on one tax lot. guest bath, a bonus sions series SS applidetached 2-car biking o r hik i ng. REAL ESTATE Fiebick, Principal P rivate Broken T o p Beautiful irr i gated Unique p e rsonality room, private land- ances, pantry, wood & drive-through garage Beautiful high quality Gary hd~& yly ~ ~ ~ d Broker. 541-390-1602 floors, gas FP, Estate - Custom built property. 1584 sq.ft. homes. Front home scaped and fenced tile 8 1008 sf barn/shop horse set up w/galvaJohn L. Scott 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, home, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, has street access, 2 back yard w/ irriga- fenced 8 central air. with a 720 sf lean-ton nized metal fencing Real Estate, Bend $ 225,900 MLS¹ t o o One Acre Buildable lot. fenced pasture, pond, and posts, from free 3541 sq ft home with 3 6x32 s hop, l u s h bedroom and r e ar tion, RV parking, & B eautiful treed l o t l andscaped www.johnlscottbend. open great room floor pasture, outdoor home is a one bed- play structure along new. y a r d . watering system, barn com Lester, Principal ready to build. Newer $472,500. plan and radiant floor arena. Bring y o ur r oom. B ot h h a v e w/ a c overed Trex Pam w/box stall, tack room Broker, Century 21 septic and well. close heat. $949,900. Call animals! www.jackso- fenced y a rd s in deck & paver patio. MLS¹201402783 a nd m uc h m o re. Gold Country Realty, to La P i n e r ecreTammy S e t tlemier, nanderson.com Call The Bulletin At Wiestoria A d d ition. $465,000 ¹201400800 Inc. 541-504-1338 John L. Scott Real $429,900. ational areas, lakes, Estate 541-548-1712 541-410-6009. Barbara Jackson, John L. Scott Real Candy Woodbridge, $257,500. 541-385-5809 and mounMLS¹201300357 Broker 541-306-8186 Call Jasen Chavez at Estate 541-548-1712 New Custom Solar/ADA hunting Broker Place Your Ad Or E-Mail Duke Warner Realty MLS John L. Scott 541-89'I -5446. Home - 3 master tains. 541-610-5876 TURN THE PAGE At: www.bendbulletin.com 541-382-8262 Real Estate, Bend suites, 3.5 ba, 3022 201401875. MLS 201400486 Illlountain View Park j Total Property Larson, Broker For More Ads www.johnlscottbend. 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9449 SW Happy Days Lane • 5004 Square Ft • 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bath • Solarium with Endless Pool • Gourmet Kitchen • Cascade MountainViews • 4.75 Acres Please Call Tarris Rogers, Broker 541-390-7878

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$575,000I CULVERACREAGE

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541-480-0448 JOHNTAYLOR BROKER

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C ascade an d c i t y with large bonus room neat and well main63.2 acres of irriga- • 5 bedroom, 6 bath features a great room include sun r o om, neighborhood offers 2 gas fireplaces, 1 in views on a spacious and single car garage. tained with trees and tion. 3502 sq ft 4 bed- • MLS 201401911 layout, kitchen pantry, solarium and an awe- residents spectacular living rm, 1 in master lot with high desert $339,000. shrubs. Home h as room, 2.5 bath home Karin Johnson, Broker stainless appliances, some greenhouse all v iews of t h e s u r - b edroom that f e a- natural landscaping. Call Jacqwe Sebulsky been lightly lived in 541-280-4440 or including guest quar541-639-6140 formal dining room on over 10 acres with rounding mountains, tures coffered ceiling Two gas fireplaces, and has a wonderful ters. G reat h o r se main floor master & mountain views. buttes and juniper for- & slide to upper deck one in living room and Michele Anderson, sunroom and appeal541-633-9760. barn, hay barn & outupstairs master suite. $999,000. ests below. Just 68 w/hot tub. Light & airy one in master beding floor plan with door arena. $824,000. 2 downstairs guest MLS¹201403687. home make up Vista great room, efficiently room. Master bedMLS¹201403364 l arge deck, s h o p Call Kris Warner, b edrooms, do w n - Call Candy Yow, Rim, and when ready, l aid o ut kitc h en room has c o ffered Duke Warner Realty building is a p prox. 541-480-5365 stairs guest bathroom, 541-410-3193 two builders specialw/granite c o unters, ceiling and slider to 541-382-8262 4000 sq.ft. w/ 4 12x12 MORRIS MLS ¹201402156 bonus room, utility Duke Warner Realty i ze i n V i st a R i m newer a p p liances, upper deck with hot d oors and a m a n REAL ESTATE Duke Warner Realty r oom w / sink, a t 541-382-8262 homes - Sun Forest pantry 8 h a rdwood tub. Master bath has door. The is a comI&g M Qy ~ ~ o~ d 541-382-8262 tached double garage, Construction and f looring. Triple g a deep soak tub, large plete office w/bath, FIND YOUR FUTURE gas heat & Wayne Semon cus- rage w/ultimate floor. t iled s h ower a n d r ec, k i tchen a n d Remodeled Contempo- Stunning Awbrey Butte central HOINE IN THE BULLETIN pump. Fenced, Unsurpassed Breath- tom Homes. Owners Wired fo r s e curity double sinks. Great m eeting roo m i n rary Style - Located in Home. 370 0 s q . ft. heat ni c e ly taking Views of Smith may choose f r om system 8 for stereo room is light and airy Your future isjust apage cluded in the 4000 gour m et sprinkled 8 the Old Mill District, 4 h ome, sl a b landscaped backyard Rocks from a lmost multiple floor plans with speakers on main with expansive city away. Whetheryou're looking sq.ft. This property is b edroom, 3 bat h , k itchen w i t h w/excellent privacy & ranging in size from floor in 4 zones. 2 and Cascade views. a must preview, must very r oom. 4 b r / for a hat or aplace to hangit, 2098 sq ft. Custom granite. Large master large patio, RV park- e 2848 sq ft on 1800 sq. ft. to 3260 levels cedar decking + Kitchen is efficiently The Bulletin Classified is see facility. The shop $45,000 theater/me- bdrm, with spa style ing along with interior 2.5ba, 5.24 ac w/ 3.4 ac irri- sq. ft. owners are also paver patio. laid out with granite and dwelling have bath, huge bonus/meyour bestsource. dia/sound/lighting ex t erior p a i nt. gation. Spacious deck welcome to custom- Plumbed-in humidifi- tile counters, newer separate electric system, cooks delight dia room, wine cellar. 8 system. appliances, p a ntry Every daythousandsof m eters. Shop a n d to view stunning sun- ize the plans to their cation kitchen, open floor Deck, water feature $269,900. rises/sunsets. Horse desire. The commu- $610,000. and hardwood floor- buyers andsellers ofgoods d welling share t he and fabulous mtn. ¹201400977 plan. $359,500. John L. Scott Real ing. Triple garage with and services dobusinessin Avion water meter, property. $ 3 99,888 nity features spacious, MLS¹201301639 views. Call Aubre Chesire, these pages. They know Estate 541-548-1712 MLS¹ Too new. common area, and John L. 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Great room is www.johnlscottbend. vaulted and light 8 I a g • a com bright with a w oodRiver Canyon Estates stove (also plumbed I $458,000 for gas if a gaslog • 3000 sq.ft. fireplace is desired). • 4 bedroom, 3 bath Kitchen 8 utility room • Large backyard, paare also plumbed for tios, fire pit gas, if that is your • MLS 201402147 preference for cookDana Miller, Principal ing or clothes drying. Broker, ABR, AHWD Jenn-Air range, Maytag r efrigerator & Amana d i shwasher were installed in 2007. Large walk-in pantry too! MLS¹ 201401439 $317,300. MORRIS Bobbie Strome, REAL ESTATE Principal Broker John L Scott Real River's Edge VillageI Estate 541-385-5500 $610,000 • 3125 sq.ft. SW RedmondI •3 bedroom + offi ce, $374,900 s 3.5 bath • 3540 sq.ft. • Beautiful .37 acre lot • 4 bedroom, 3 bath • MLS 201402483 • Ochoco & & Smith Rosemary Goodwin, Rock views Broker, Certified • MLS 201402758 Negotiator Lester Friedman PC, 541-706-1897 Broker, ABR, CSP, 9- I I AM EPRO, S.T.A.R. 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Rastrablockconstruction, passivesolar 4 bedroom,3 bath, 2954sq.R.,radiant floors and recycledtimbers keep thishomeeco-fiiendly. Sits on nearly 19acres of Cascade view pastoral farmland. $899,000 CALL TERRY SrjERSMAT 541-383-1426. MLS :2014&f611

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H i g h Lakes Realty & Pr o perty Realty & P r o perty reach over 60,000 open floor plan of Smith Rock from Realty & Pr o perty Management Management cess, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, custom iron & glass «Vacation in your own t he great r oom & 1227 sq. ft., 500 sq. ft front door entry. Huge readers each week. 541-536-0117 541-536-0117 Management, Your classified ad backyard kitchen, views of the b asement. MLS ¹ great room w/formal 541-536-0117 146532 Old C abin 541-390-4050 Diana Barker, Cascades from the 201308245. Vicci Bo- dining, gour m et will also appear on bendbulletin.com Tick, Tock 541-390-4030 Broker deck. wen 541-410-9730 kitchen w/slab granite 11418 Cres t wood $160,000. 3 bdrm, 2 paver which currently re541-480-7777 Place. $86,500. 1.28 bath, heat pump, hot MLS¹201 402012 Central Oregon Realty counters & Viking apTick, Tock... ceives over Windermere Eagle Crest Properties Group, LLC acre, 2 bdrm home, tub. High Lakes Repliances. Large bo1.5 million page 866-722- 3370 3 0x40 shop. H i g h alty & Property ManCentral Oregon nus room, amazing ...don't let time get views every month Real Estate master suite w/fireLakes Realty & Prop- agement Garage Sales away. Hire a at no extra cost. Large corner Lot in erty Ma n agement 541-536-0117 place 8 outside acMORRIS Bulletin Classifieds 3 bdrm, 2-bath 1486 sq. Redmond w / 4 541-536-0117 cess to hot tub, and professional out Garage Sales REAL ESTATE Get Results! ft. home on 1 acre bdrm, 2 bath home. 14695 S. Sugar Pine. SO MUCH MORE!! All of The Bulletin's IM~ rl y ~ ~ O« « 0 Call 385-5809 or with Cascade views, $229,000 52251 Stearns Road. $2116,500 2 bdrm, 2 MLS Garage Sales resort amenities are place your ad on-line "Call A Service covered porch, or- 2 01310490. Cal l $99,500. Home, out- bath, 1256 sq. ft. on included w/ownership. Z oning A l lows fo r ganic garden, potting Don Chapin, Princiat Find them buildings fenced acre. .96 acre. High Lakes $749,000. Lynn Professional" Working at Home - 2 shed, dbl. g a rage, pal bendbulletin.com Broker, High Lakes Realty 8 Realty 8 Pr o perty Johns, Principal Broin br, 1 ba 792 sf, large Directory today! arden shed, fenced. 541-350-6777 Property M a n ageManagement ker, 541-408-2944 or fenced lot & garage The Bulletin 541-536-0117 189,900. MLS Redmond RE/MAX ment 541-536-0117 Wes Johns, Broker 755 52360 Whi s pering w/attached s t o rage 201307988. Call L and & Hom e s 541-408-2945 Classifieds Pines 4 bdrm/2 bath, shed. $115,000. MLS Nancy Sunriver/La Pine Homes 16524 Charlotte Day 14746 C a mbium Popp, Real Estate Central Oregon 1755 sq. ft. on 1.27 201401691 541-8'I 5-8000 Dr., La Pine. 3bdrm, $ 94,900. 3 b drm + Resort Realty 541-385-5809 Pam Lester, Principal Crooked River Realty $334,950 Floor p lan $79,900 High 16110 Alpine D rive, 2~/2 bath, 2139 sq. ft. den, multiple o u t- acre. Broker, Century 21 Forest Greens Town- $109,900. 1120 sq. ft. home, 3-car garage. buildings. High Lakes Lakes Realty & Propw/vaulted ceilings, 3 Corner o f Co o pers Ma n agement Gold Country Realty, home - 1536 sq ft, 3 home, 2 car garage $229,000. $275,000• NW BD, 2 B A , c o o ks Hawk & Harrier Ct. High Realty 8 Pr o perty erty 541-536-0117 Inc. 541-504-1338 bedrooms, 2~/~ bath, acre. High Lakes Re- Lakes Realty & Prop- Management Redmond kitchen w/refrig i n2681 sq ft w/RV bay! «3 Bdrm, 2 bath cluded. Fireplace in Man a gement 541-536-0117 .48 acre flat corner lot, great room floor plan, alty 8 Property Man- erty FIND IT! •Open floor plan 746 great room, h u ge perfect RV access, 3 east-facing back deck agement 541-536-0117 BUY IT! w/ hot tub, main level master bdrm, 2 car 1 5924 Jackpine R d . Northwest Bend Homes •New paint inside and bdrm + office + for- m aster a n d gol f 541-536-0117 SELL IT! out garage, large back mal dining, 2.5 bath. 1303 Elk Dr - $182,500. $40,000 2 bedrooms, course setting. 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Built i n TRAVIS HANNAN, area, a master bdrm 541923-0855 Red1994 on 2.5 a cres Principal Br o k er with w a lk-in closet, 1183 Crescent Cut- Off mond RE/MAX Land w/2494 sq.ft. of living 541-788-3480 window cov e rings Rd., 3 bdrm, 2 bath on 8 Homes Real Esspace. Oversized liv- Redmond RE/MAX throughout. Garage is 6.48 acres, multiple tate ing room & d i ning Land & Homes finished with ceiling garages, $ 164,000. room make comfortReal Estate High Lakes Realty & storage rack and you able environment for Find It in Property M a nage771 have great views from family living 8 enterthe back deck. VA as- ment 541-536-0117 The Bulletin Clnsslfieds! taining. New 5-panel Lots sumable if e l igible. 541-385-5809 fir doors & glass panel SW Stallion Rd. front door. Oak lami- EAGLE CREST LOTS $124,900 MLS¹ 14149 CRR. Open floor plan 201304344 nate flooring in living • .32 acre lot on a quiet 15865 Yellowood Ct. from this 1907 sq. ft. Heather Hockett, PC, r oom, hallways & street, perfect site for $98,000. Cozy cabin, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Broker, Century 21 baths. 4 bdrms, 3 are your dream home. 2 car garage, 1.78 home on 3.27 acres. Gold Country Realty, master suites. New Mtn. views from the acres. High L akes Hardi-plank s i d ing, Territorial views to the 541-420-9151 Pr o perty r oof, t r im , wa t e r east buttes. MLS great r o o m and Realty & 201401951; $65,000. kitchen, oversized den Management 757 h eater an d la w n . •StunningCascade mtn 541-536-0117 could be a 3rd bed$344,000. MLS Crook County Homes views!! Build your palroom. Large deck with Qu a rry, ¹201400552. ace on this gently pergola, fenced back- 6661 S W John L. Scott Real Open Sat 5/31 9:30-5; sloped 1/2 acre lot Redmond. 4.7 7 yard and patio area. acres Estate 541-548-1712 Sun 6/1, 9:30-noon! 3 with 1 acre irwith backs to comCovered RV parking. bdrm 2 bath + 1 bdrm 1 mon area. It's like rigation. Pond, shop Just bought a new boat? $279,000. MLS bath rental or in-law apt. a nd 1600 sq . f t . walking up everyday Sell your old one in the 201402268 721 S Main, Prineville. home. $ 3 2 0,000. classifieds! Ask about our on vacation. MLS Juniper Realty, MLS 201307143 Super Seller rates! 201402584; $249,000 541-504-5393 762 541-385-5809 • Spectacular views Call Travis Hannan, Homes with Acreage 14198 SW Nine Peaks PC, Principal Bro- Lake Front P roperty from this very buildable lot! Common Pl., CRR Mtn. views ker 5 4 1-788-3480 with Bre a thtaking area on two sides Motivated Seller! Nice from this 1960 sq. ft., Redmond RE/MAX Views! $79 5 ,000. 3 bdrm ranch- style 3 bdrm., 2 bath home L and 8 gives you the privacy Hom e s Remodeled in 2006. you want & deserve to house with a nice floor on 1.16 acre. 936 sq. Real Estate Loft area, spacious plan, country kitchen, ft. garage has a shop watch the plentiful suite, 3 fire- wildlife & gorgeous nice brick fireplace, area plus 2 bays. Rv 8479 SW High Cone master places, 4 bedrooms, 2 nestled on 4+ acres covered storage & Drive. Large 4 bdrm, 2 sunsets. MLS¹ bathrooms, 4500 sq ft 201403070; $250,000 Powell Butte q u iet carport. $1 2 9 ,500 bath located in t he country lane. Fenced, MLS 201208272 heart o f Cr o oked on 6.8 acres. MLS¹ Eagle Crest Properties 866-722-3370 corral, shed, shop River Ranch on 1.20 2 01400129. Da v i d Juniper Realty, area, along with storacre. Wonderful out- Franke, 541-420-5986 541-504-5393 Central Oregon Realty age rooms. 2 acres irdoor area for enterGroup, LLC rig., mtn and Smith 14482 SW Pony Trail in taining or r e laxing. Need to get an ad Rock views. Local CRR. U nobstructed Oversized 2-bay shop Large home with guest in ASAP? small Powell B utte mtn views, 2 bdrm, 2 w ith s t orage a n d quarters. 4bdrms, 3 Charter School. 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Located off a walking trails, and rec •Spectacular mtn and office paved road. $229,000 age area for your hay. w/separate e ntry, r eational park. B e Smith Rock views Completely fenced, 3 shop/RV bldg and MLS 201309151 yond the park are •39 acre fenced and Linda corrals, full RV hookLou Day-Wright. and miles of cross fenced and 38 $75 4 ,900 miles 541- 771-2585 ups. $395,000. MLS more! public land adjoining acres of irrigation 201402749 Cascade MLS¹ 2 0 1303502. Crooked River Realty the Deschutes with •3 bdrm, 2 bath home, Charlie or VirRealty, Dennis Hani- Call views of snow-capped ginia, Principal Bro1530 sq.ft. 16751 SW Dove Rd. ford, Princ. Broker Cascades. Septic in •Six stall barn, hay loft, kers 541-350-3418 Crooked River Ranch. 1-541-536-1731 stalled. Underground Redmond RE/MAX tack room and pasture Beautiful custom l og on lo t l i ne. •Ponds, green house, home with many up Cinder Butte Estates L and 8 Ho m e s power $67,500. 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• 3 bed, 2 bath, 1745 SF • Large living room space • Open kitchen • Active SR Rental • Large deck with hot tub • Located near SHARC

• Open spaces, the high desert at its finest, championship golf course • Wild sunsets, breathtaking and endless westerly mtn views, equestrian center, spa and fitness center • 5400 SF green built estate home is situated on .75 acre • 3 stunning suites with balconies, a butler pantry, wine cellar, complete outdoor kitchen, hot tub, energy efficient solar system, truly a legacy property! MLS¹201402853

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"The Cliffs" Gated Community-Redmond) $384,900

master • Upgrade finishes throughout • 3-car garage MLS¹201404350 Call Rod Hatchell, Broker I 541-728-8812

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Superb Sunriver ( $498,000

2968 Chianti ) $519,000

26 Siskin Lane - • 4 bed, 2 full baths, 2 half baths e • 3346 SF • Gorgeous master • Near the river MLS¹201304990

• Inspired mountain contemporary home • Master suite & junior master • Dramatic architecture • High ceilings • COBA Tour-level finishes/ upgrades • Premium lot includes golf membership

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Call Greg Barnwell, Broker I 541-848-7222

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L ocated on M i r r o r Pond! ( $1,150,000 10 NW Drake Rd.

20755 Snow Peaks Dr. ( $384,900

60826 Scotts Bluff Pl., Bend ( $394,900

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61463 Hackleman Ct. - Tetherow ~ $939,500

Call Chris Sperry, Principal Broker I 541-749-8479

20366 (Lot3)Chase Road, Bend ($269,900 3025 NE Raleigh Ct -Bend ( $282,000

• 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2679 SF

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Call Greg Barnwell, Broker I 541-848-7222

• Shows like a model home • New flooring, carpet, paint, blinds & much more! • Yard w/fire pit, raised planter beds, deck, water features & even a bridge! • 1700 SF, 3 bed, 2.5 baths • 2-car garage MLS¹201403634

RiverTrail MLS¹201307670

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• New construction,luxurytownhome • 4bedroom,3.5bathroom • 2540 SF &2-carattached garage • Granite, hardwood &tile throughout • Easylivingin apark-like setting • OwnerprivilegesatSeventh Mountain Resort • Nextto WidgiCreekIkthe Deschutes

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• Custom built home • 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2903 SF ', • Updated kitchen • Mountain views • RV parking with hook ups • Great outdoor living!

• Stones throw from downtown Bend • Elegant finishes, 3 bedrooms, 4 baths • Remodeled down to studs in 2006 MLS¹201306173 Call for a Personal Tour!

Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker I 541-408-3912

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•3 bed,2.5 bath plusof fice and mediaroom • 2865 SF, .29 acre • Completed in October of last year • Your opportunity to own a new Tetherow home without the wait! • 14 ft. ceilings, high end finishes • A MUST SEE! Call Silvta night, r o ker, B R, SF, Green 541-788-4861 I bendluxuryhomes@gmail.com

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• 3727 SF, 3 bedroom 2.5 bath, bonus • 5.25 acres w/1.25 irrigated • HUGE Cascade Mountain views • Beautifully remodeled • Fully fenced with barn, pasture • RV garage with office MLS¹201310641

• Separate apartment • 1/2 mile to Deschutes River & Tumalo Park

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60699 Golf Village Loop • 3672 SF on 1.04 acre • 4 bedrooms, 3 full Bi 2 half baths • Large office, bonus room • Two living areas • Floor to ceiling stone fireplace, Persian carpets • Australian cypress hardwood flooring • Well maintained • 5-car garage MLS¹201400563

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61504 Diamond Lake Drive • Mountain views, located across from the park and pool • 5 beds, 3.5 baths, plus den and mudroom • Main floor master suite • Suite above the garage

Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker I 541-508-9581

15 NWPortland AveIt109 • Downtown riverfront condo • Recentcontemporaryrenovation •W alk torestaurants,shops& enter tainment • River andmountainviewsfrom deck &most rooms • 2 bed, 2 bathwith bonusalcove, homeoffice area& opentioor plan • Low HOAs include sewer,water andtrash • 1car detachedgarageplus assignedcarport andadditional secured storage MLS¹201308451

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1625 NW Overlook Ddive • Northweststyle, 4 bedrooms, 4+ baths on.71acres • Open floorplan • Vaulted ceilingswith exposed beams • Master and homeoffice onmain • Large recroomaddition could alsobeguest suite with kitchen &bath • Bonus room downwith built-ins andmurphy bed • Mt. Jeffersonviewsfrom master& homeoffice MLS¹201307593

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• Newer furnace & A/C • Shop with half bath - heated • Lovely golf Bt mountain views

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1705 Mountain Quail Drive • 4 bedrooms plus office with see-through fireplace

• 53557 Kokanee$490,000 Stunning custom home and lot with panoramic/river views. Large shop. MLS¹201304072 • 53610 Brookie - $420,000 Mature forest setting, private river access. Eco-conscious, Scandinavian inspired home. MLS¹201303936 • 19234 Whitewater Lp - $425,000 Quality custom home with incredible workmanship: hickory cabinets, oak rails & floors. MLS¹201305640

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• Stunning Shevlin Ridge one level home, large 3-car garage • 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3456 SF • Mountain inspired custom home • Upscale popular neighborhood • Gorgeous craftsmanship • Large kitchen, living space • Expanded deck & landscaping for rear privacy MLS¹201310941 .R . R Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912 .

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•StunningCascadeMtn.views • Property is 60acresplanted in dry landgrasses&varied topography • Ranchstyle home:2909SF, 3 bedrooms,2.5 baths, 2Fireplaces, bonusroom • Two horsebarnswith 16stalls, tack rooms, haystorage • Potential additional building site, property is fenced &gated • Shown byappointment only MLS¹201404761 H Pam Mayo-Phillips, 541-480-1513 or Brook Havens, 541-604-0788, Principal Brokersl www.desertvalleygroup.com

• Private riverfront access & fishin gonLowerDeschutes River • Easement for additional

fishi ngandboatlaunch • Custom home2402SF,3 bed, 3 bath, high quality Finishes • Outdoor kitchen, riverfront patio, screened porches, landscaped • Shop is1600 SF with guest quarters, storage & a full bath • River retreat in Central Oregon, call for apt. MLS¹201404029 541404-0788, Principal Brokers l www.desertvalleygroup.com

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61455 Ward Rd., Bend ( $649,000

• Permitted GP building w/living quarter/loft • Bath, laundry area, septic well a pumphouse • RV hookups inside & out, 100 amp breaker in shop • Great location between Sisters & Bend

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NEW Franklin Brothers built 1990 sq.ft. model home Quartz counters, laminate floors MLS 201404627

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SUNDANCE I $699,000

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• Semi<ustom 3637 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath • .31 acre, two masters

• 5004 sq.ft, 4 bedroom • Gourmet kitchen, theater room • 2.18 acres, Cascade views • MLS 201400616

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CASCADE MTNVIEWS I $600,000

NORTH WESTCROSSINGI $552T250

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STONEHAVEN I $325,000

• 3048 sq.ft., remodeled • 3 bedroom, 3 bath • .32acre, golf course views • MLS 201401501

• .57 acre, 160 feet river frontage

• MLS 201403149 VIRGINIAROSS , BROK ER,ABRCRS,GRI, DIRECT IONS: FromTumaloturn right on ECOBROKER,PREVIEWS CookAvewhichturnsinto ClineFals Hwy. 541-480-7501 Right onBeaver Ln.20076 Beaver Lane.

DON KEL LEHER, BROKER

• 2220 sq.ft. Palmer construction • 3 bedroom + den, 3 bath • Near Bend Golf 8 Country Club

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DIREC TIONS:South onBrookswood, right on Larkwood,leftonHollygrape, righton 541-390-9598 GorgeView.61295GorgeView.

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• MLS 201404680 DIRECTIONS:WestonCentury Drive pastReedMarket, right onEast Campbell. 19590EastCampbell Road.

NW BEND I $529,900

AWBREYGLEN I $549,000 • 2474 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath

• Borders federal land to south

CHRISlYHAR TMAN- • MLS 201401359 DECOU RCEY, DIREC TIONS:East onRickard Rd,right PRINCIPALBROKER on ArnoldMarketRd,southonRimfire Rd, 541-312-7263 right onBackAlley. 21295BackAley.

• Cascade views 8 Deschutes sounds • MLS 201404027

BROKENTOP I $1,100,000 • 3750 sq.ft. • Overlooks the 'I 2th fairway • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath BONNIESAVICKAS, • MLS 201403535 BROKER,EPRO, DIRECT IONS:SWMtWashington Dr. SRES to BrokenTopDr., right onSodaSprings 541-408-7537 Dr. 19341SodaSprings Drive.

• 2464 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath

• 3450 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath

• Golf course views

JULIABUCKIAND, BROKER , ABR, ALHS,CRS,GRI 541-719-8444

SW BEND I $549,900

RIVER CANYONESTATESI $640,000

SW REDMOND I $374,900 • 3540 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 3 bath • Ochoco & Smith Rock views lESTER FRIEDMANPC, • MLS 201402758 BROKER , ABR,CSP, DIRE CTIONS:RedmondHwy97,WestonYew through roundaboutontoSW27th.LeftcmWickiup EPRO,S.TA.R. whichbecomesReservoir. RightonSW37thSt. Right 541-788-3147 rm Vdlelrviwe.Leflrm34thDr.2420SW34thDr.

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