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Whitten wins Olympic preview on Awbrey Butte

07/24/2016

Two Olympians on their way to Rio de Janeiro next month surged ahead up the road for much of the boiling afternoon, battling to win 14570083

This year, Robin Carpenter gets overall Cascade Cycling Classic win

07/24/2016

At the bottom of one of the steepest climbs in the Cascade Cycling Classic, Robin Carpenter made the move that would lead to his first 14569810

Motorcyclists injured in Bend crash

07/24/2016

A Sunday morning traffic accident in Bend involving two motorcycles and a Jeep left the two motorcyclists with injuries that may have been worse if 14570006

Plane crash reported in Redmond

07/24/2016

A Mississippi pilot had a rough landing on a private air strip west of Redmond on Sunday, resulting in a report of a plane crash 14568662

Coffee shop robbed in Bend

07/24/2016

A male showed a gun and demanded cash from Dutch Bros. Coffee on Third Street right around closing time late Saturday night, according to Bend 14567659

Washington’s Mount Rainier is at its best in summer

07/24/2016

CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN, Wash. — When the clouds broke over Mount Rainier, I was captivated by a view like none other.Soaring through the mist, the solitary 14534865

A familiar win for veteran horse, rider at Oregon High Desert Classics

07/24/2016

After more than 15 years of training together, Megan Jordan and Top Shelf jumped their way to victory Saturday evening in the $25,000 Kendall Porsche 14563995

Aussies rule at Downtown Twilight Criterium

07/24/2016

In a race that typically features some of the fastest Americans on two wheels, it was Australians who ruled the day Saturday evening on the 14564293

Confusion at starting line mean two get win bonuses

07/24/2016

Elijah Greer admits he was not quite sure what to expect at the Bend Classic Mile on Saturday evening.“Honestly, I don’t think any of us 14564297

Editorial: Land use laws need an intervention

07/24/2016

After more than 10 years and millions of dollars, Bend is finally closer to getting more land for housing and businesses.Bend needs it. But as 14544629

Editorial: Don’t dodge the school board’s authority

07/24/2016

Back in February, we supported the effort of Bend-La Pine Schools to take a closer look at the spending of its $96 million school bond. 14545960

Elks lose to Bears after rough 8th

07/24/2016

Two errors by Bend Elks third baseman Collin Runge helped the Cowlitz Black Bears put up five runs in the eighth inning, and the Elks 14563983

Timbers’ unbeaten streak ends at 9

07/24/2016

PORTLAND — The Portland Timbers gave up two goals in the first 11 minutes on their way to a 2-1 loss to the Los Angeles 14555478

Column: Why land may not be the smartest place to put your nest egg

07/24/2016

Buy land: They’re not making it anymore. That often-repeated adage sounds like good financial advice.But over the long run, it hasn’t been. Despite solid price 14523557

Data shows power of hospital monopolies

07/24/2016

For decades the prices hospitals negotiated with private insurance plans were treated as tightly guarded industry secrets. But the emergence of state-run databases on hospital 14546769

Walden and delegate from Sisters return home from RNC

07/24/2016

After a long four days at the Republican National Convention, U.S. Rep. Greg Walden and delegate Patti Adair, of Sisters, were glad to be headed 14555992

Driving down Memory Lane in Sunriver

07/24/2016

SUNRIVER — Rather than a bunch of gearheads spewing stats about speed and horsepower, the Sunriver Antique and Classic Car Show in the Village at 14563295

U.S. team has most women ever

07/24/2016

LOS ANGELES — The United States is sending 292 women to the Summer Olympics — the most women who have ever competed at an Olympics 14563503

Major League Baseball

07/24/2016

StandingsAll Times PDT———AMERICAN LEAGUEEast Division W L Pct GBBaltimore 56 40 .583 —Boston 54 41 .568 1½Toronto 54 44 .551 3New York 49 48 .505 7½Tampa Bay 38 59 .392 18½Central Division W L Pct GBCleveland 56 40 .583 —Detroit 51 46 .526 5½Kansas City 48 48 .500 8Chicago 46 50 .479 10Minnesota 37 60 .381 19½West Division W L Pct GBTexas 56 42 .571 —Houston 53 44 .546 2½Seattle 50 47 .515 5½Oakland 44 54 .449 12Los Angeles 43 54 .443 12½———Saturday’s GamesSeattle 14, Toronto 5San Francisco 2, N.Y. Yankees 1, 12 inningsBaltimore 5, Cleveland 2Minnesota 14556793

After eventful Tour, relief for Froome on final climb

07/24/2016

MORZINE, France — After two crashes, a bloodied knee and even a run up legendary Mont Ventoux, a relieved Chris Froome can cruise into Paris 14559373

Canadian amateur 1 stroke back

07/24/2016

OAKVILLE, Ontario — Jared du Toit was in position to become the first Canadian to win the Canadian Open in 62 years — and the 14559414

Tower Theatre receives grant

07/24/2016

US Bank has awarded a $4,000 grant to the historic Tower Theatre in downtown Bend. The Tower Theatre Foundation is a nonprofit that aims to 14347720

Furry Friends Foundation fundraiser to feature animal themed art

07/24/2016

Fans of animals and art are invited to attend the Fur and Feather Show at the Sisters Art Works Entry Gallery from Aug. 1 through 14532727

Ena Nadene Sundsmo, of La Pine

07/24/2016

Sept. 15, 1924 - July 10, 2016Arrangements: Autumn Funeral Home, Bend. 541-318-0842 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: No services will be held at this time. 14563022

Barbara Jean Boucher, of Redmond

07/24/2016

Feb. 14, 1927 - July 16, 2016Arrangements: Autumn Funeral Home, Redmond, 541-504-9485 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: No services are scheduled at this time. 14563020

William (Bill) Voegele Larson

07/24/2016

October 20, 1931 - July 14, 2016 We lost a wonderful man on July 14 at 7:34 p.m.My husband, Bill passed away after a four 14563021

Gayle Louise Thorp, of Bend

07/24/2016

Sept. 16, 1942 - July 15, 2016Arrangements: Autumn Funeral Home, Bend. 541-318-0842 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: No services will be held at this time. 14563023

G. Robert (Bob) Lecklider

07/24/2016

G. Robert (Bob) Lecklider passed at home at the age of 93 on May 16, 2016. He was preceded in death in December, 2014, by 14563024

Pearl Bernard, of La Pine

07/24/2016

Sept. 14, 1935 - July 21, 2016 Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine. Please visit our website, www.bairdfh.com to share condolences and sign the 14563035

Mary Anne M. Hartlaub, of Bend

07/24/2016

Aug. 15, 1931 - July 18, 2016Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home is honored to serve the family. 541-382-2471 Please visit the online registry for the family 14563038

Randall Lee Hobby

07/24/2016

July 7, 1955 - July 7, 2016Randy Hobby passed away on his 61st birthday after a brief, courageous bout with cancer surrounded by his close 14563041

Winnie L. Emerson, of Bend

07/24/2016

May 6, 1928 - July 20, 2016Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home is honored to serve the family. 541-382-2471 Please visit the online registry for the family 14563044

Death notices

07/24/2016

Ena Nadene Sundsmo, of La PineSept. 15, 1924 - July 10, 2016Arrangements: Autumn Funeral Home, Bend. 541-318-0842 www.autumnfunerals.net Services: No services will be 14563047

Column: Deporting kids to die

07/24/2016

TAPACHULA, Mexico — Elena was 11 years old when a gang member in her home country, Honduras, told her to be his girlfriend.“I had to 14524419

Yesteryear

07/24/2016

Compiled by Don Hoiness from archived copies of The Bulletin at Deschutes County Historical Society100 YEARS AGOFor the week ending July 23, 1916First soda ash 14536687

Minnesota’s female tattoo artists make their mark

07/24/2016

MINNEAPOLIS — Hopping up from the tattoo chair and onto her leather wedge heels, bodybuilder and bartender Abbey Harris admired her latest life commitment: a 14544950

Passed Smarter Balanced? Colleges say skip placement tests

07/24/2016

Students entering Central Oregon Community College this fall can use high school test scores to prove they are ready for college-level courses, part of a 14547218

Standing up at work improves well-being

07/24/2016

PITTSBURGH — You may want to stand up while you read this: Studies show Americans sit on average between eight and 12 hours a day. 14553874

Expect focus on small business to grow in presidential race

07/24/2016

NEW YORK — Expect more talk about small-business issues such as taxes and regulations as the presidential campaigns intensify, with Republican Donald Trump and Democrat 14553906

Tech giants draw hordes of tourists to Bay Area

07/24/2016

SAN FRANCISCO —Move over, Alcatraz; clear some way, cable cars; and back off, Mickey: Silicon Valley is giving San Francisco and other Golden State attractions 14553997

New program planned for young students with behavioral health problems

07/24/2016

Two local agencies are in talks to open a regional day treatment program this fall for young students struggling with behavioral health issues.“When we’ve got 14556129

Democrats still divided going in

07/24/2016

PHILADELPHIA — The Democratic Party arrived here still divided over the results of its presidential primary season, with anger at the nominating process, the Clinton-Kaine 14564108

For black gun owners, bearing arms is a civil rights issue

07/24/2016

WASHINGTON — In February 2015, Philip Smith started a Facebook group to make space for the often-overlooked concerns of law-abiding, license-carrying gun owners who happen 14565134

Cleaning up carbon to make energy

07/24/2016

Fossil fuels would be viewed as less of a planetary threat if we cut the pollution that comes from burning them. And methods created by 14565215

Wedding: Jason Leistad and Maria Zink

07/24/2016

Zink – Leistad Maria Zink and Jason Leistad, both of Bend, were married in a private ceremony June 28, 2016, at Kahili Beach, on the 14532868

Wedding: Anthony Cooper and Erin Zurflu

07/24/2016

Zurflu – CooperErin Zurflu and Anthony Cooper, both of Denver, were married July 15, 2016, at Eisenhower Memorial chapel in Denver. A reception took place 14533886

Wedding: George Gvakharia and Kelly L. Wright

07/24/2016

Wright – GvakhariaKeely Wright and George Gvakharia, both of Portland, were married July 9, 2016, at The Old Church in Portland. A reception followed at 14534632

Today’s editorial cartoon

07/24/2016

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Wedding attire for two (or more)

07/24/2016

Deirdre Wall, an actress in Brooklyn, New York, was eight months pregnant when she was married on a New Hampshire mountaintop on June 25. While 14546083

Letters to the Editor

07/24/2016

Leave it aloneIn a recent article about the proposed Cathedral Rock Wilderness headlined “Wilderness proposals on hold for now,” there was a statement: “The first 14546186

Column: It’s not a tragedy that ‘tragedy’ is overused

07/24/2016

The ambushes of police officers in Baton Rouge and Dallas were still breaking news when my Twitter feed began filling up with fury as people 14546483

Property transactions for Deschutes, Jefferson counties

07/24/2016

Deschutes County• SFI Cascade Highlands LLC to Michael W. and Laura M. Blossey, Tetherow, Phase 3, Lot 158, $260,000• John E. and Kathleen J. Robidou 14547961

Scoreboard

07/24/2016

BASEBALLWCLWEST COAST LEAGUEAll Times PDT———SECOND-HALF STANDINGSNorth Division W L Pct GBKelowna 8 6 .571 —Bellingham 7 6 .538 ½Walla Walla 7 6 .538 ½x-Victoria 7 6 .538 ½Wenatchee 5 11 .313 4South Division W L Pct GBGresham 9 4 .692 —Yakima Valley 11 5 .688 —Cowltiz 6 7 .462 3Bend 7 9 .438 3½x-Corvallis 5 8 .385 4Kitsap 4 12 .250 6½x-First-half champions———Saturday’s GamesCowlitz 7, Bend 2Yakima Valley 5, Kitsap 4Wenatchee 6, Bellingham 1Walla Walla 5, Gresham 14556735

On the air

07/24/2016

TodayGOLF Time TV/RadioSenior British Open 5:30 a.m. GolfLPGA Tour, UL International Crown 9 a.m. NBCPGA Tour, Canadian Open 10 a.m. GolfLPGA Tour, UL International Crown 11 a.m. GolfPGA Tour, Canadian Open noon CBSAmerican Century Championship noon NBCWeb.com Tour, Utah 14556748

Sports in brief

07/24/2016

BASKETBALLWNBA withdraws fines for warmup shirts — The WNBA is withdrawing its fines for teams and players that showed support of citizens and police involved 14556754

Group clones California’s trees to fight climate change

07/24/2016

CAMP NELSON, Calif. — At the foot of a giant sequoia in California’s Sierra Nevada, two arborists stepped into harnesses then inched up ropes more 14565671

Afghan attack shows IS’ expanding reach

07/24/2016

The Islamic State claimed a bombing that left at least 80 people dead Saturday at a peaceful demonstration in the Afghan capital of Kabul, raising 14566333

Around the world

07/24/2016

Fox News — About a dozen women have said they experienced some form of sexual harassment or intimidation at Fox News or the Fox Business 14566491

Officials say no terrorist link is found for Munich gunman

07/24/2016

MUNICH — He had been bullied at more than one school. He played violent video games and developed a fascination with mass shootings. He kept 14566516

Column: A step to fewer police shootings is to focus on routine interactions

07/24/2016

There has been a media uproar over a new paper by Harvard economist Roland Fryer. In the study, Fryer looked at a number of data 14524387

Column: W., borne back ceaselessly

07/24/2016

WASHINGTON — During W.’s 2000 convention in Philadelphia, my sister showed up at my door.She was volunteering for the Republican nominee and carrying a “W. 14524408

Column: The dream of Muslim outreach has become a nightmare

07/24/2016

When President Barack Obama entered office, he dreamed his hope-and-change messaging and references to his familial Islamic roots would win over the Muslim world. The 14533272

Column: Trump and the Sultan

07/24/2016

Turkey is a long way from Cleveland, where the Republicans were holding their presidential convention. But I’d urge you to study the recent failed military 14533431

Norway in a nutshell, from fjords to mountaintops

07/24/2016

A recorded voice instructed me (in several languages, including Norwegian, Japanese and Italian) to get off the train and admire the massive waterfall, Kjosfossen, to 14544869

Persistence pays off for sunglasses company

07/24/2016

SAN DIEGO — San Diego-based Knockaround sells affordable and stylish sunglasses worn by movie stars such as Natalie Portman and Matthew McConaughey.Its best-selling shades are 14555618

Does reading make you a better person?

07/24/2016

I have been a nerd my whole life. I was always “that kid,” the one who read in a corner at recess and talked about 14560867

2 Mideast spots hit 129 F, rivaling highs in the record books

07/24/2016

The temperature in Mitribah, Kuwait, surged Thursday to a blistering 129.2 degrees. And on Friday in Basra, Iraq, the mercury soared to 129 degrees. If 14563361

Today in history, and birthdays

07/24/2016

Highlight: In 1866, Tennessee became the first state to be readmitted to the Union after the Civil War.In 1783, Latin American revolutionary Simon Bolivar was 14563559

Grants Pass cancer center welcomes new technology

07/24/2016

GRANTS PASS — Good just got better at the Spears Cancer Center in Grants Pass, which has undergone a $3.5 million renovation that includes a 14565816

Best Buy tests new in-home service to help customers with tech needs

07/24/2016

MINNEAPOLIS — Best Buy wants to go deeper into customers’ homes.Its Geek Squad agents already make house calls to install and fix things. And experts 14553993

Stewart light on nostalgia ahead of final Brickyard

07/24/2016

INDIANAPOLIS — When Tony Stewart dreamed about winning at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, he never contemplated saying goodbye.Now, as Stewart prepares for his final Brickyard 400, 14559364

California wildfire continues to burn out of control

07/24/2016

LOS ANGELES — A wildfire in the Santa Clarita Valley area has grown to more than 20,000 acres, prompting new evacuations Saturday for hundreds of 14565678

Music was always a part of the turbulent life of Paxton

07/24/2016

Gary Paxton, who began his career as a teenager in the singing duo Skip & Flip, produced the hit pop singles “Alley-Oop” and “Monster Mash,” 14563928

Deaths Elsewhere

07/24/2016

Deaths of note from around the world:Fred Ward, 81: A longtime Washington photographer who captured memorable images of the funeral of President John F. Kennedy 14564060

Trump: France and others hit by terror may face more screening

07/24/2016

WASHINGTON — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is asserting that countries such as France that he says are compromised by terrorism may be subjected to 14566046

Lexus pays homage to fun, beauty and common sense

07/24/2016

Entry level, sometimes, is all you need. It all depends on how and where you enter.If you get there in a 2016 Lexus RC 200t, 14547597

What’s the benefit of electric steering?

07/24/2016

Q: I’m getting ready to buy a new car and am trying to sort out a few things that are new to me. One of 14554172

Boy Scouts faring well a year after easing ban

07/24/2016

NEW YORK — There were dire warnings for the Boy Scouts of America a year ago when the group’s leaders, under intense pressure, voted to 14565610

This year, teachers have lost their class

07/24/2016

Teachers have one of the hardest jobs out there, but you wouldn’t know it by watching television. Three new comedies this year portray teachers as 14545146

Movie times for Sunday, July 24

07/24/2016

What’s showing today on screens in Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Madras and Prineville. 14546845

A sequel to the Paris climate accord is developing in Vienna

07/24/2016

WASHINGTON — When negotiators from nearly 200 countries gathered outside Paris in December for the United Nations summit meeting on climate change, they reached the 14565948

TV today

07/24/2016

7 p.m. on 10, “The Simpsons” — Twin sisters Selma and Patty (both voiced by Julie Kavner) receive shocking information about their father’s death, prompting 14556171

Poll: Support grows for stricter gun laws

07/24/2016

A new poll shows that Americans generally support some of the most often-proposed limits on gun ownership, including universal background checks and banning semi-automatic weapons 14565921

When ‘everyone’s grandma’ is the town’s Little League thief

07/24/2016

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Karen Dimitrie was the library clerk at a local elementary school, the longtime treasurer of her town’s Little League and active 14563989

New money available for mortgage help

07/24/2016

A fresh infusion of money from the U.S. Treasury has breathed new life into two programs that helped Oregonians avoid foreclosure or get up-to-date on 14535118

’Twilight’ author writes spy thriller

07/24/2016

NEW YORK — “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer’s next novel is a thriller, without vampires.Little, Brown and Co. announced last week that “The Chemist” will be 14545338

Roosevelt whipped up frenzy of populism in first primary season

07/24/2016

“Let the People Rule: Theodore Roosevelt and the Birth of the Presidential Primary” By Geoffrey Cowan (W.W. Norton, 424 pages, $27.95)In the name of presidential 14545407

What if there was a tax on happiness?

07/24/2016

“The Invoice” By Jonas Karlsson, translated from Swedish by Neil Smith (Hogarth Press, 204 pages, $24)The narrator of Jonas Karlsson’s “The Invoice” is a nice, 14547802

’Sarong Party Girls’ an exciting plunge into the lives of Singaporean women

07/24/2016

“Sarong Party Girls” By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan (William Morrow, 320 pages, $25.99)Pineapple tarts. The thought of those flaky butter cookies topped with pineapple jam made 14547759

Terry McDonell’s ‘The Accidental Life,’ an editor’s rollicking magazine memoir

07/24/2016

“The Accidental Life: An Editor’s Notes on Writing and Writers” By Terry McDonell (Alfred A. Knopf, 369 pages, $26.95)There’s a book I’ve been meaning to 14548174

‘You Will Know Me’: death, deceit and a driven gymnast

07/24/2016

“You Will Know Me” By Megan Abbott (Little, Brown and Co., 345 pages, $26)What Megan Abbott knows, as so many maestros of the heebie-jeebies do, 14548255

John Cage’s legacy, captured in letters

07/24/2016

“The Selected Letters of John Cage” Edited by Laura Kuhn (Wesleyan University Press, 651 pages, $40)While the radical composer John Cage (1912-92) was alive, it 14547600

A mother’s midlife crisis, set in the wilds of Alaska

07/24/2016

“Heroes of the Frontier” By Dave Eggers (Alfred A. Knopf, 385 pages, $28.95)Dave Eggers’ captivating 2012 novel, “A Hologram for the King,” was both a 14548274

Deaths Elsewhere

07/23/2016

Deaths of note from around the world:Karl Case, 69: An economics professor at Wellesley College who helped revolutionize how home prices are tracked by real 14557054

Bend Elks 3-hit in loss to Cowlitz Black Bears

07/23/2016

LONGVIEW, Wash. — A pair of Cowlitz Black Bears pitchers combined on a three-hitter as the Bend Elks lost 6-0 on Friday night.Kenyon Yovan, an 14555028

Editorial: Earn tax-exempt status

07/23/2016

Oregon law has a fairly broad property tax exemption for nonprofits. But there’s been a push in the Legislature and from the League of Oregon 14554797

Editorial: Bill aimed at oil trains might help

07/23/2016

The last thing railroad companies, oil companies and Oregonians want for a line of oil cars is a rail derailment. It could threaten lives. It 14554809

What is the meaning of Ken Griffey Jr.? ‘Everything’

07/23/2016

How do you define Ken Griffey Jr.? Maybe it’s a question without a specific answer. Asking him gets an awkward pause and a look of 14554979

GM Neil Olshey: Never a question Trail Blazers would re-sign Allen Crabbe

07/23/2016

PORTLAND — Allen Crabbe was upset three years ago when he was not selected until the second round of the NBA draft. His new four-year, 14556962

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