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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

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If you live in the northwest Redmond area, Gilchrist and Crescent areas or in Bend near Cascade Middle School or Broken Top, our delivery service 16252032

Most broadband users still pay for television


A 37-year-old teacher, Ryan Kelling, of Bend, pays for DirecTV, broadband internet, two video-streaming services and an Amazon Prime membership, which includes streaming video.He also 16191765

Proposal would require life jackets for all river users


The Oregon Marine Board has proposed a change in state law that would require floaters on the Deschutes River — and elsewhere — to wear 16218910

Collapsed gym was a ‘special place’


Brian Kissell, the principal of Highland Magnet at Kenwood School, is spending more time answering emails these days.When heavy snow collapsed the gym’s roof early 16230714

Little Leagues growing and filling up fast


The fields in Central Oregon are still covered in snow, but Little League season is around the corner. And if registration numbers are any indication, 16202622

The best in sports: Jan. 23-29


A rundown of games and events to watch for locally and nationally from the world of sports (all times Pacific):WednesdayNBA basketball, Los Angeles Lakers at 16219017

Looking ahead to Central Oregon events


Four weeks: The WinterFest Royal Run, a 5K and 10K obstacle race, starts at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend at noon on Feb. 19. 16244501

Ducks assistant to be fired


EUGENE — The University of Oregon on Sunday said co-offensive coordinator David Reaves will be fired after his arrest on suspicion of DUII, marking the 16248774

Smooth transition from Alaska to Eugene for Ducks freshman Ruthy Hebard


EUGENE — Oregon has gone “North to the Future.”That is the state motto of Alaska, where the legend of Ruthy Hebard was born.Hebard scored 25 16249223

Grandson cherishes Palmer’s lessons on golf, and life


ORLANDO, Fla. — Sam Saunders lifted the cologne off the desk, removed the cap and sniffed its contents. It was as if he had liberated 16233862

Ventura’s talent and fire won’t soon be forgotten


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The greatest moment in Yordano Ventura’s baseball life is now the one that most rips the heart.He stood on the mound 16249026

Wagner joins Chen, Bell on U.S. team for worlds


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ashley Wagner will have an opportunity to improve upon her silver medal at the world figure skating championships.The 25-year-old Wagner will 16249728

A secret to Warriors’ success? Yoga sessions


OAKLAND, Calif. — Anderson Varejao lowered his 6-foot-11-inch frame into a runner’s lunge and raised one arm high into the air to add a twist, 16229550

Hogan who? Just the latest star Brady’s made


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — For those just tuning in now, who are unsurprised by the New England Patriots’ appearance in the Super Bowl but are not 16250785

Overlooked no longer, these Falcons look like favorites


ATLANTA — When Championship Sunday began, the Atlanta Falcons stood in the background as that other team. They were fourth of four remaining, the least 16250828

No. 1 seeds Murray, Kerber ousted early


MELBOURNE, Australia — Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber had much in common heading into the first Grand Slam of the season as the No. 1 16248624

Bookies make Patriots 3-point, high-scoring favorites


LAS VEGAS — Oddsmakers like the New England Patriots by a field goal over the Atlanta Falcons in what experts think will be a high-scoring 16250917

Resilient goalie Bobrovsky leads Blue Jackets’ resurgence


COLUMBUS, Ohio — Sergei Bobrovsky’s confidence took a beating as he battled a nagging injury through the Blue Jackets’ disappointment last season. He missed more 16229949