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Pollinator project all the buzz in North Unit Irrigation District

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From layoff to local business: Bend man builds handwashing machine

Bend resident Nick Cerveny never imagined he’d be interested in making sure people wash their hands… Read more

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Jefferson County reimburses fees to businesses as relief from COVID-19

Christie Bouvia wasn’t sure what to expect last week when a Jefferson County commissioner walked in… Read more

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Oregon Employment Department works through second backlog of claims

Oregon Employment Department officials have now worked through a backlog of 70,000 claims by people whom Congress has made newly eligible for unemployment benefits. Read more

Sports

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The 2020 U.S. Amateur will be played at Bandon Dunes on the Oregon coast this week

The 2020 U.S. Amateur begins Monday and will run through next Sunday at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, with up to 800 people descending on a town of about 3,000 during the coronavirus pandemic. Ben Kimball, the director of the championship, is doing his best to make sure it’s safe for the golfers, his staff and the community. “One of the first steps that we took was working with the state ... Read more

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Sports used to be an escape from the world. Now they're a window into it.

Sports are like tree sap now. They stick to everything. Some might consider it annoying, others a n… Read more

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Canzano: Public needs to cool the criticism of uneasy college football players

I’d like to see college football play its season. If it’s safe to do so, of course. If players feel comfortable, of course. If it can be done amid reasonable risks, then I’d like to see the Pac-12 suit up, kick off, and make us forget for a few hours that we’re mired in this blasted pandemic. Sport is a wonderful escape. But today, I’m writing about the players who feel trapped by it. Jaydon ... Read more

Business

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Visitors come by car to experience Central Oregon

Neither a pandemic nor a citywide travel advisory asking visitors not to come is slowing the pace o… Read more

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Trump orders more unemployment payments, a payroll tax deferral

BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Seizing the power of his podium and his pen, President Donald Trump on Saturday … Read more

Entertainment

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Yesteryear: Atomic weapon showered down on Hiroshima 75 years ago

Compiled by the Deschutes County Historical Society from the archived copies of The Bulletin at the… Read more

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National

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Trump orders more unemployment payments, a payroll tax deferral

BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Seizing the power of his podium and his pen, President Donald Trump on Saturday … Read more

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'Resignation or hang': Fury over Beirut blast fuels protests, clashes with police

BEIRUT — Public fury over the massive explosion in Beirut took a new turn Saturday night as protest… Read more

Opinion

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We're looking for new editorial board members

One important component of any newspaper is its editorial page. This is not only where the newspape… Read more

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Editorial: Bend's first residential parking district creeps closer

Sisyphus may have felt he got a bad deal, having the boulder he was forever fated to roll up a hill… Read more

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Editorial: Should the OSAA operate under stricter requirements for transparency?

The Oregon School Activities Association perhaps made the best decision possible for the next high … Read more

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