- Photo essay: Faces of the Homeless
- Bend Education Association awards students $15,000 in scholarship money
- The Bulletin wins five awards in regional journalism contest
- Family Access Network gains two new board members
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- Portland Tribune parent company Pamplin Media Group to sell Milwaukie-area headquarters to Clackamas County
- Rod's Quality Meat is downtown Redmond's new meat shop
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- BendFilm head Todd Looby departs post months before 2023 festival start
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- Column: The art of shopping for a financial advisor
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- Explore calendar June 2-8
- COCC hosts cross-cultural celebration
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- Gallery openings and exhibits in Central Oregon
- Redmond Calendar June 1-7
- Bumper crop of summer roots music in Central Oregon
- Annual Central Oregon BBQ, Brews & Whiskey Festival returns
- Don't get burned by Phil's Trail closures — try these alternatives
- Float the Deschutes River in Bend for cool summer fun
- Sneak in an evening hike at Whychus Canyon Preserve
- Explore calendar May 26-June 1
- Mountain biking: Afternoon Delight Trail a great option and a key connector
- Central Oregon outdoors and trail conditions
- Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge's scenery is for the birds
- Free summer yoga class series in Tumalo State Park fosters connection
- Guest Column: Accountability, partnership and incentives needed to solve our housing crisis
- Guest Column: To shape Central Oregon's future, learn from the past
- Editorial: Do Oregonians long to kick the kicker?
- Letters to the editor: The legislative walkout and the downsides of Greater Idaho
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- Guest Column: A St. Charles nurses' strike will not help us heal
- Editorial: Does compromise need to be a dirty word for Oregon's Congressional leadership?
Poll: Should Senate members who walked out be eligible for re-election?
In the November 2022 election, Oregonians passed — by a 68%-32% margin — Measure 113, which mandates that legislators accumulating 10 or more unexcused absences be barred from re-election. This now would apply to 10 senators who walked out of the current session. Republicans plan to challenge the intention and implementation of M113 in court.
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