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Frequently Asked Questions

12/10/2017

When is The Bulletin published, in print and online? The Bulletin print edition is published and delivered by 6:00 a.m. Pacific time on weekdays and by 1830007

A live look at a sage grouse mating ritual

03/29/2017

As of Wednesday morning, individuals can watch a unique mating ritual in the sagebrush of Eastern Oregon, live from the comfort of their homes and 16835606

Stardust is everywhere you look

03/29/2017

After decades of failures and misunderstandings, scientists have solved a cosmic riddle — what happens to the tons of dust particles that hit the Earth 16715995

Editorial: Fight poaching problem with McLane’s ideas

03/29/2017

Oregon State Police say they don’t catch most poachers. During testimony before the Legislature last week, there was widespread belief — but no proof — 16843863

Editorial cartoon

03/29/2017

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Tips on safeguarding data while traveling abroad

03/29/2017

Travelers, beware: When you take your gadgets abroad, maintaining the security of the data on your devices is just as important as protecting yourself from 16808394

Drinking is a drag on local health ranking

03/29/2017

Deschutes County continues to outshine its neighbors on almost every health measure ranked by an annual report. There is one area, though, where the county 16842856

940 AM sports radio going dark

03/29/2017

Fans of sports programming on 940 AM discovered Friday that the station is no more.But the same programming from Fox Sports, including commentator Colin Cowherd, 16846077

Virginia’s new Cabela’s is monument to gun rights

03/29/2017

GAINESVILLE, Virginia — The camouflage ribbon was in place. Fifteen yards away and 21 feet off the ground, archer Jeff Ware pumped his fist into 16847742

Dutch Bros. to move headquarters

03/29/2017

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Dutch Bros. Coffee, the country’s largest privately held, drive-thru coffee company, plans to move its headquarters to downtown Grants Pass.To make 16847895

As Trump pulls back on climate, states step up

03/29/2017

Jim Brainard is a Republican mayor in a Republican city in a Republican state. But that hasn’t stopped him from taking aggressive steps in recent 16848834

A race to document rare plants in Cambodia

03/29/2017

KAMPONG TRACH MOUNTAIN, Cambodia — Millions of years ago, a cluster of coral reefs stood firm here as the water receded, leaving them surrounded by 16787887

News of Record: Police log

03/29/2017

Police LogThe Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges 16842932

Report: Oregon social workers often miss threats to kids

03/29/2017

PORTLAND — Oregon’s child welfare system often leaves children in danger because workers miss or ignore threats to a child’s safety, according to an internal 16849900

Ancient Romans depicted Huns as barbarians

03/29/2017

To hear the Romans tell it, the arrival of Huns at the empire’s border was an unmitigated catastrophe.“The Huns in multitude break forth with might 16814104

Around the state

03/29/2017

Abortion bill — Democratic lawmakers in Salem say last week’s failure of the GOP health care overhaul hasn’t changed their plans to protect women’s access 16850062

In space, Chuck Berry’s music lives on

03/29/2017

“When they tell you your music will live forever, you can usually be pretty sure they’re exaggerating,” famed astronomer Carl Sagan wrote to even more 16838978

Letter: Reflections on the profession of medicine and our relationships with patients

03/29/2017

This essay attempts to explore what has happened to the doctor-patient relationship over the past 20 years. Since the doctor-patient relationship includes two participants, I 16843129

Letters to the Editor

03/29/2017

Avoid biased articlesI enjoy reading The Bulletin every morning; I find it a great resource for local and national news. However, I am disturbed by 16843957

Embattled congressman staying on Russia inquiry

03/29/2017

WASHINGTON — The Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday rebuffed calls to recuse himself from the panel’s investigation into Russian meddling in 16850213