For Central Oregon, no teacher shortage but problem areas persist

Wetlands coming to Prineville

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Mountain View finds keepers in goalies

PREP VOLLEYBALL

Cowgirls top Storm in 5-game season opener

Protests in Ukraine

Homicide rates are rising sharply in many U.S. cities

Executive file

Bend company delivers the beer

BendBroadband to upgrade email service

Editorial: Risky business with state data

Editorial: Oregon’s gambling addiction

TV pipeline

‘American Odyssey’ has ended for Friel

TV Commentary “The Carmichael Show” 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays, NBC

Sitcom gets how people talk about politics

Garden

A love for lavender

Food

Cabbage, salt and time

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Pulse Magazine Summer/Fall 2015

3:51 pm | 08/11/15


When pot means no prescription to treat pain. A lack of consensus between research and patients puts doctors in a tough spot - and their patients can suffer for it.

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Redmond Magazine

11:57 am | 08/26/15