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Delays on Highway 97 over holiday weekend

06/28/2016

Drivers headed southbound on U.S. Highway 97 south of Bend should expect delays over the holiday weekend, due to Oregon Department of Transportation work. ODOT 14348873

Pat Summitt, winningest coach in D1 history, has died at 64

06/28/2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history who lifted the women’s game to national prominence during her 38-year 14348784

A Young Prostitute, Police Scandals and a Rocky Renaissance in Oakland

06/28/2016

OAKLAND, Calif. — The mayor came into office promising a “Safer Oakland” and greater trust between the residents of California’s most crime-ridden city and a 14348297

To turn season around, Bend Elks look to their seasoned veteran

06/28/2016

His name sings royalty, and his mere presence is just as influential to teammates as his swing. Billy King has been a mainstay for the 14298813

Elks rally from 3 runs down falls short

06/28/2016

WALLA WALLA, Wash — Nick Vigo struck out Bend’s Jack Anderson with the bases loaded to end the Elks’ scoring threat in the seventh inning, 14344449

Editorial: Oregon government is not transparent, it’s opaque

06/28/2016

Oregon’s Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum has a task force that has been holding meetings about changes needed to improve the state’s public records law.Here’s yet 14339868

Editorial: State should not pick businesses to advertise for

06/28/2016

And here’s another thing about the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality: If the DEQ wants to endorse something, it should be by adopting policies and 14339887

Editorial: Wild horse policy is not working

06/28/2016

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Federal Lands got an earful last week when they held a hearing on the status of 14339963

Cook Like a Chef: summer cocktails

06/28/2016

Cheers! It’s outdoor entertaining season — a good time to be more creative with the adult beverages you’ll be serving at home. Instead of just 14247403

Hostas work in the High Desert

06/28/2016

With their rich color and lush foliage, shade-loving hostas provide a densely mounded form and a tropical fashion normally nonexistent in High Desert landscapes. Frost-hardy 14236426

‘Willbomb’ and his fans make tennis fun again

06/28/2016

LONDON — They held a dream at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Monday, so because it was a dream, it had 14341946

Kickoffs not being phased out … yet

06/28/2016

The NFL’s leaders have made several moves in recent years to attempt to make kickoffs safer. They continue to explore potential changes to a play 14342272

Atop the gymnastics world, Biles can’t stop smiling

06/28/2016

ST. LOUIS — At the end of the United States women’s gymnastics championships here Sunday night, so many gold medals hung around Simone Biles’ neck 14342852

For tiny Iceland, shocking win over England was a win over idols

06/28/2016

NICE, France — Aron Gunnarsson, every inch the bearded viking, ran shirtless toward the Iceland fans and led them in their victory chants.Beating England at 14342969

Bell led Beavers to NCAA XC title

06/28/2016

Sam Bell, who coached Oregon State to a men’s cross-country national championship in 1961, died Monday in Bloomington, Indiana, the home of Indiana University, where 14343774

For 40-year-old shot putter, a final chance to make the games

06/28/2016

Much to his amazement, Adam Nelson can still heave the shot put nearly as far as ever at 40 years old.That is why, after being 14340224

Fixing up a first-aid kit

06/28/2016

Whether you’re taking a day hike or a cross-country road trip, one thing that’s always good to have with you is a first-aid kit. It’s 14236269

Big changes for GED since COCC started testing

06/28/2016

How the GED test is administered — and how hard it is to pass — has undergone major changes since Central Oregon Community College became 14342330

A look at what was once a site of torture

06/28/2016

FALLUJAH, Iraq — From the outside, there’s not a lot that stands out about the three neighboring houses on this residential street in the Iraqi 14342436

How does Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling impact Oregon?

06/28/2016

Although the U.S. Supreme Court overturned imposing stricter abortion laws in Texas on Monday, Oregon’s access to abortion continues to be much easier than other 14342639

The ripple effect of the high court’s abortion ruling

06/28/2016

From Texas to Alabama to Wisconsin, more than a dozen Republican-run states in recent years have passed laws requiring that abortion clinics have hospital-grade facilities 14343254

Brexit and politicians: Will it bring change?

06/28/2016

LONDON — Britain’s political system remained in turmoil Monday, virtually leaderless and with the two major parties divided internally. But the meltdown that has taken 14343890

Hot Honey Shrimp: spicy, sweet and speedy

06/28/2016

If you love sweetness checked by a little heat, then a jar of honey spiked with chilies is a very good thing.It’s a little like 14334937

A quick pantry raid, and weeknight dinner’s done

06/28/2016

I came up with the accompanying recipe one Wednesday at about 7 p.m. while staring down a hungry family and a mostly empty refrigerator, and 14335008

Mom peeled her carrots, but you don’t have to

06/28/2016

Here are edited excerpts from a recent online chat. Recipes whose names are capitalized can be found in our Recipe Finder online at washingtonpost.com/recipes.Q: My 14335057

News of Record: Police Log

06/28/2016

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 14340434

Sports in brief

06/28/2016

VOLLEYBALLBeavers name new volleyball coach — Mark Barnard, a longtime Oregon State volleyball assistant coach, has been named the program’s new head coach, the university 14340878

Scoreboard

06/28/2016

BASEBALLWCLWEST COAST LEAGUEAll Times PDT———North Division W L Pct. GBVictoria 15 3 .833 —Walla Walla 13 9 .591 4Kelowna 11 9 .550 5Bellingham 10 10 .500 6Wenatchee 8 11 .421 7½North Division W L Pct. GBCorvallis 12 7 .632 —Yakima Valley 12 10 .541 1½Bend 9 13 .409 4½Gresham 8 12 .400 4½Cowlitz 8 13 .381 5Kitsap 6 15 .295 7———Monday’s GamesCorvallis 10, Bellingham 5Gresham 7, Yakima Valley 2Walla Walla 5, Bend 4Victoria 7, Wenatchee 4Today’s GamesBellingham 14341651

Confusion and turmoil linger in the wake of Brexit vote

06/28/2016

LONDON — Four days after a decisive vote to leave the European Union, Britain was consumed Monday with questions of when and how the country’s 14344472

Around the world

06/28/2016

West Virginia storms — When the torrential rains stopped in the tiny West Virginia town of Rainelle, the volunteers started showing up. By Monday, a 14344482

On the air

06/28/2016

TodayTENNIS Time TV/RadioWimbledon 4 a.m. ESPNGOLFPGA Professional Championship noon GolfBASEBALLMLB, N.Y. Mets at Washington 4 p.m. MLBCollege World Series, Arizona vs. Coastal Carolina 5 p.m. ESPNMLB, Pittsburgh at Seattle 7 p.m. Root; KRCO 14344669

Turkey issues apology for downing Russian jet

06/28/2016

ISTANBUL — Turkey continued its diplomatic fence-mending Monday, apologizing for downing a Russian jet near its border with Syria last year.In a letter to President 14344888

Today in history, and birthdays

06/28/2016

Highlight: In 1778, the Revolutionary War Battle of Monmouth took place in New Jersey; from this battle arose the legend of “Molly Pitcher,” a woman 14337154

Why handwriting matters in a keyboard world

06/28/2016

Do children in a keyboard world need to learn old-fashioned handwriting?There is a tendency to dismiss handwriting as a nonessential skill, even though researchers have 14337210

AKC’s newest breed: the lively pumi

06/28/2016

NEW YORK — A high-energy Hungarian herding dog is the latest new breed headed to the Westminster Kennel Club and many other U.S. dog shows.The 14337235

Major League Baseball

06/28/2016

StandingsAll Times PDT———AMERICAN LEAGUEEast Division W L Pct GBBaltimore 45 30 .600 —Boston 41 35 .539 4½Toronto 41 37 .526 5½New York 37 37 .500 7½Tampa Bay 32 43 .427 13Central Division W L Pct GBCleveland 45 30 .600 —Kansas City 40 35 .533 5Chicago 38 38 .500 7½Detroit 38 38 .500 7½Minnesota 24 51 .320 21West Division W L Pct GBTexas 49 27 .645 —Houston 40 37 .519 9½Seattle 38 38 .500 11Oakland 33 43 .434 16Los Angeles 32 45 .416 17½———Monday’s GamesTexas at N.Y. Yankees, lateTampa Bay 13, Boston 7Cleveland 8, Atlanta 3Kansas City 6, 14341340

3 die in shooting; suspect arrested

06/28/2016

A lone gunman killed two men and a woman and critically wounded another man on a farm Monday in northwest Oregon then fled before he 14343993

Impact of wage increase makes businesses wary

06/28/2016

CORVALLIS — Small-business owners in Oregon say they are worried about how the first of a series of minimum wage increases will affect both their 14344002

Last blast for Vancouver, Washington, firework stands

06/28/2016

PORTLAND — Gene Marlow is expecting the people of Vancouver, Washington, to go out with a bang for this year’s Fourth of July.Last year, the 14344017

Portland police chief resigns amid inquiry into shooting

06/28/2016

PORTLAND — Portland’s police chief, Larry O’Dea, resigned Monday amid criminal and internal investigations into whether he was forthright after accidentally shooting his friend during 14344022

Why gutter cleaning is vital

06/28/2016

Gutters are an integral piece of your home’s well-being. They serve to control the flow of rainwater to protect your roof, walls, foundation and landscape.But 14336799

Around the state

06/28/2016

I-5 shooting — Police said a man was found injured after calls came in reporting people in two vehicles were shooting at each other on 14345491

Fruits and veggies: It’s OK to eat the skin

06/28/2016

Beauty may not be skin deep, but when it comes to fruits and vegetables, skin is good. There lies a medicine chest of antioxidants, vitamins, 14336882

Letters to the Editor

06/28/2016

Crackdown neededI am so sick of the candlelight vigils, mounds of flowers and the total lack of will to change a system that allows someone 14340031

Column: Blood on Obama’s hands

06/28/2016

ON THE GUATEMALAN-MEXICAN BORDER — Cristóbal, a 16-year-old Honduran refugee fleeing a drug gang that wants to kill him, has never heard of anyone named 14340162

Today’s editorial cartoon

06/28/2016

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A few tips for adding flavor to your Fourth of July holiday

06/28/2016

Celebrate: Let your flag flyMini ever-waving flags make any treat — be it a cake, cupcake or cocktail — fit for the Fourth of July. 14335890

Legendary fashion photographer for Times was a ‘living landmark’

06/28/2016

Bill Cunningham, the street-style photographer whose photo essays for The New York Times memorialized trends ranging from fanny packs to Birkin bags, gingham shirts and 14342201

Deaths Elsewhere

06/28/2016

Deaths of note from around the world:Peter Hutton, 71: Experimental filmmaker noted for his contemplative, sensuous, masterfully photographed portraits of landscapes and cities. All of 14345064

Movie times for Tuesday, June 28

06/28/2016

What’s showing today on screens in Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Madras and Prineville. 14302699

In Judge Judy’s court, who actually pays?

06/28/2016

Q: On court shows like “Judge Judy” and “Hot Bench,” when there is a monetary decision, does the show pay it, or does the defendant 14312544

Chipotle starts loyalty program after food scare

06/28/2016

In an effort to get more diners back in the door after food-safety scares dramatically drove down sales, Chipotle is launching a loyalty program that 14342841

Charitable giving hits record amount

06/28/2016

PITTSBURGH — Charitable giving nationwide rose by 4.1 percent last year to a record total of $373.3 billion, bolstered by an ongoing national economic recovery 14342849

Fourth of July travel will break records, AAA says

06/28/2016

Going out of town this Fourth of July weekend? Be prepared for a record-breaking amount of company.Nationwide, 42.9 million people are expected to travel during 14342855

Volkswagen to pay $15B in U.S.

06/28/2016

Volkswagen has agreed to pay almost $15 billion to settle claims in the United States over its diesel emissions scandal, affecting nearly half a million 14343601

Bucha Buena takes kombucha to a higher level

06/28/2016

It’s not hard to find to find kombucha tea in bottles and kegs around Bend, but Bucha Buena’s newest fermented tea will help you get 14340331

Central Oregon prepares for Fourth of July fireworks shows

06/28/2016

As Central Oregonians dig out their most festive red, white and blue garb, fire up barbecues and restock kegerators, they also prepare to showcase their 14340890

Prineville cops look to donate bikes to non-profit

06/28/2016

Unclaimed bikes the Prineville Police Department recovers and keeps in its evidence room are usually auctioned off a couple times a year, but soon they 14342887

Bills in Congress worry outdoor groups

06/28/2016

Proposed bills aiming to let states manage segments of federal forestlands so they can produce more timber have drawn concerns from outdoor recreation and fishing 14343224

Horse spaying proposals draw backlash

06/28/2016

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Oregon State University plan to remove the ovaries of 100 wild horses as part of a research effort, 14344244

Bend Chamber taking SAGE award nominations

06/27/2016

The Bend Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its annual Star Awards for Greatness & Excellence, or SAGE.The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. 14340733

Death notices

06/27/2016

Carolyn Frances Luker, of PrinevilleJuly 7, 1940 - June 2, 2016Arrangements: Juniper Ridge Funeral Home, 541-362-5606 Services: A Celebration of Life will be held 14340620

Carolyn Frances Luker, of Prineville

06/27/2016

July 7, 1940 - June 2, 2016Arrangements: Juniper Ridge Funeral Home, 541-362-5606 Services: A Celebration of Life will be held in Prineville at 2pm, July 14340619

Civil War sites vulnerable to blade and backhoe

06/27/2016

ATLANTA - Fred Bentley Sr. held history in his hand - a cannon shell, the same sort that killed a Confederate general who had the 14340954

Deschutes County property transactions

06/27/2016

Deschutes County• Tara L. Hare to Swalley Homestead LLC, Empire Estates, Lot 63, $267,600• Hayden Homes LLC to Kailee E. and Aaron D. Hamilton, Eagle 14309711

Court upholds reach of US gun ban for domestic violence

06/27/2016

By JESSICA GRESKOAssociated PressWASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the broad reach of a federal law that bars people with misdemeanor domestic violence 14339837

Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion regulations

06/27/2016

AUSTIN, Texas -- A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court on Monday tossed out Texas abortion restrictions that would have closed more than half of the 14339738

Thousands turn out for 20th Pacific Crest Triathlon, festival

06/27/2016

SUNRIVER — Evan Pardi said he has made peace with the fact that he will be in a lot of pain over the next few 14334129

Week ahead

06/27/2016

A rundown of games and events to watch for locally and nationally from the world of sports (all times Pacific):TodayTennis, Wimbledon, 4 a.m. (ESPN): Brexit 14321695

Fast start propels Bend Elks past Bellingham Bells

06/27/2016

Bend scored seven of its eight runs in the first three innings en route to an 8-2 West Coast League victory over Bellingham on Sunday 14328325

Bend runner Amy Sproston finishes 2nd at Western States

06/27/2016

AUBURN, Calif. — Central Oregon runners were among the top finishers in the Western States Endurance Run, an annual 100-mile race across rugged, mountainous Northern 14333628

Bend’s Ward ties record, wins Mirror Pond golf tourney

06/27/2016

Two straight weeks of golf ended in victory for Bend’s Jeff Ward, who fought off two collegiate golfers and one accomplished senior to win the 14335647

Valeri, Timbers beat Dynamo after pair of late penalty kicks

06/27/2016

PORTLAND — Diego Valeri scored on a pair of late penalty kicks to give the Portland Timbers a 3-2 comeback victory over the Houston Dynamo 14335984

Lessons learned for U.S. men’s soccer as young players ready to step up

06/27/2016

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jurgen Klinsmann thinks a fourth-place finish in the Copa America was a step in the right direction. U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil 14334972

Alzheimer’s making life ‘difficult’ for Summitt

06/27/2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Pat Summitt’s family said Sunday that the past few days have been difficult for the former Tennessee women’s basketball coach as her 14336370

Focus turns to ‘big fish’ in free agency: Stamkos

06/27/2016

BUFFALO, N.Y. — As team executives began gathering on the arena floor an hour before the start of the NHL draft’s second round Saturday morning, 14334961

Badminton tries to shake off scandals

06/27/2016

SEOUL, South Korea — Badminton at the Rio Olympics will try to shake off multiple scandals and adapt to a rule change many consider an 14322555

A surprise matchup in national final

06/27/2016

OMAHA, Neb. — All those Southeastern and Atlantic Coast conference heavyweights are long gone from the NCAA Tournament, and the last two Big 12 teams 14336443

Cheated by dopers in the past, American runner presses on

06/27/2016

Alysia Montano doesn’t worry much about all the medals that were essentially stolen from her by drug cheats over the years. Eventually, she hopes, she 14329632

Messi says he quits after Argentina loses

06/27/2016

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Lionel Messi put his penalty kick over the crossbar, grabbed his shirt, clenched his teeth and covered his face with both 14336000

When circus comes to town, players juggle highs, lows

06/27/2016

The circus is a dwindling institution in American life. Luckily, we still have the PGA Tour.“The golf tour isn’t like the circus. It is a 14328861

Gulbis’ motivation turns to motherhood

06/27/2016

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. — After Natalie Gulbis finished her rounds Friday and Saturday at the ShopRite LPGA Classic, dozens of fans lined up near the 14328918

Navy grad gets first PGA victory

06/27/2016

BETHESDA, Md. — Billy Hurley III held the club in his left hand and fist pumped with his right. The ball disappeared into the hole 14329195

Stewart ends 84-race drought

06/27/2016

SONOMA, Calif. — For at least one weekend, Smoke was back.Tony Stewart returned to victory lane for the first time in three years in vintage 14328425

Congress didn’t pass bill named for their slain daughter. Why not?

06/27/2016

WASHINGTON - From her seat in the visitors gallery of the U.S. House of Representatives, Missey Smith could see a poster-sized photograph of her murdered 14337002

Black police chief strives for change

06/27/2016

INKSTER, Mich. — On his first day as police chief 10 months ago, William T. Riley III summoned his 22 officers to a bare conference 14335601

West Virginia struggles to recover after storms

06/27/2016

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Cole Chapman and his wife, Silvia Gabriel Fields, were having coffee on their deck when a nearby creek suddenly burst its banks, 14335604

U.S. seeks allies in EU after Brexit

06/27/2016

U.S. officials struggling to reimagine their strategy after Britain’s decision to divorce the European Union say the most urgent challenge will be to find a 14335625

Scoreboard

06/27/2016

BASEBALLWCLWEST COAST LEAGUEAll Times PDT———North Division W L Pct. GBVictoria 14 3 .824 —Walla Walla 12 9 .571 4Kelowna 11 9 .550 4½Bellingham 10 9 .526 5Wenatchee 8 10 .444 6½North Division W L Pct. GBCorvallis 11 7 .611 —Yakima Valley 12 9 .571 ½Bend 9 12 .429 3½Cowlitz 8 13 .381 4½Gresham 7 12 .368 4½Kitsap 6 15 .295 6½———Sunday’s GamesVictoria 6, Kitsap 5, 11 inningsBend 8, Bellingham 2Gresham 11, Wenatchee 9Walla Walla 7, Yakima Valley 14328345

On the air

06/27/2016

TODAYTENNIS Time TV/RadioWimbledon 4 a.m. ESPNSOCCEREuropean Championship, Italy vs. Spain 8:30 a.m. ESPN2European Championship, England vs. Iceland 11:30 a.m. ESPN2BASEBALLMLB, L.A. Dodgers at Pittsburgh 9:30 a.m. MLBCollege World Series, Arizona vs. Coastal Carolina 4 p.m. ESPNMLB, N.Y. 14328350

Sports in brief

06/27/2016

OLYMPICSBoudia will defend diving gold in Rio — David Boudia will dive for another Olympic medal in Rio de Janeiro after winning the men’s 10-meter 14328377

Around the world

06/27/2016

Expanded Panama Canal opens — The Chinese-owned container ship Cosco Shipping Panama on Sunday became the first commercial vessel to successfully cross the Panama Canal’s 14336237

Official: City of Fallujah ‘fully liberated’ from IS

06/27/2016

BAGHDAD — Five weeks after a military operation began, a senior Iraqi commander declared Sunday the city of Fallujah was “fully liberated” from the Islamic 14336716

Trump slips behind Clinton in new polls

06/27/2016

Weeks of provocative and outlandish behavior has hurt Donald Trump’s standing in two new national polls of registered voters, which showed the presumptive Republican presidential 14336727

10 stabbed, beaten at rally in California

06/27/2016

SAN FRANCISCO — Ten people suffered stab wounds and other injuries Sunday after members of a white nationalist group that planned to rally outside the 14336779

Major League Baseball

06/27/2016

StandingsAll Times PDT———AMERICAN LEAGUEEast Division W L Pct GBBaltimore 45 30 .600 —Boston 41 34 .547 4Toronto 41 36 .532 5New York 37 37 .500 7½Tampa Bay 31 43 .419 13½Central Division W L Pct GBCleveland 44 30 .595 —Kansas City 39 35 .527 5Chicago 38 38 .500 7Detroit 38 38 .500 7Minnesota 24 51 .320 20½West Division W L Pct GBTexas 49 27 .645 —Houston 39 37 .513 10Seattle 38 38 .500 11Oakland 32 43 .427 16½Los Angeles 32 44 .421 17———Sunday’s GamesMinnesota 7, N.Y. Yankees 1Cleveland 9, Detroit 3Baltimore 12, Tampa Bay 5Chicago White Sox 14328395

Today

06/27/2016

Highlight: In 1966, the Gothic soap opera “Dark Shadows,” having to do with mysterious and supernatural goings-on in Collinsport, Maine, premiered on ABC-TV.In 1787, English 14334079

The cattle call of the wild

06/27/2016

Q: Are there any wild cows?A: Yes, though many of the surviving wild species do not look much like the dairy cows in a Grandma 14334222

Civic Calendar

06/27/2016

TodayOregon Department of Human Services — The department will hold a public town hall meeting at 10 a.m. at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes convention 14311525

Community sports scoreboard

06/27/2016

BaseballLittle League All-Star Rosters———Bend North Little League Minor National 10U — Weston Shaffer, Oliver Richards, Finn Edwards, Calyn Dickey, Preston Schock, Simon Lemke, Nash Lopez, 14322854

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