Photos by Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin While Michele LeBlanc sends the majority of her fleece to a mill in Canby to be made into yarn, she also spins fleece in her Bend home.
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Artisans have big plans?for trees felled in Drake Park
Photos by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Mike Ross, the owner of Natural Edge Furniture of Bend, measures the remnants of diseased trees that were recently cut down in Pioneer Park. Ross said that after he slices the black locusts and dries the boards, he plans to make furniture.
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17 medical pot sites apply in Deschutes
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Nick Harsell, owner of High Grade Organics, removes medical marijuana from a container to be weighed using a digital scale, at High Grade Organics in Bend Monday afternoon. Harsell applied Monday morning with the state to be registered as a medical marijuana facility, the first day for such applications.
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A Breeze-y bus business
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin
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Homebuilders see potential?in Bend?s older neighborhoods
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Woodhill Homes co-owners George Hale, left, and Jay Campbell, added infill development ? building homes, such as the two seen here, in established neighborhoods ? to their portfolio.
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Wild Ride Brewing set to open?in Redmond this spring
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Paul Bergeman, Wild Ride Brewing?s head brewer, expects to soon be making beer in the former Parr Lumber building, now undergoing renovations, in downtown Redmond. Below is a rendering of Ambient Architecture?s design for the brewery. Rendering courtesy Ambient Architecture LLC