Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Jeff Sagner, co-owner of NW Green Panels, stands inside a greenhouse his company built at Madras Garden Depot in Madras.
Album ID: 2043305
Warm Springs breaks ground on marijuana processing facility
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Marge Kalama, in the yellow bandana, shares a laugh with Pi-Ta Pitt at the groundbreaking for the cannabis cultivation facility in Warm Springs on Friday.
Album ID: 2042570
Chance to learn robotics
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Paolo Rossi, left, and Patrick Bergin demonstrate one of the kit robots that students in their robotics workshop will build at E::Space Labs.
Album ID: 2042259
Off the recessionary roller coaster, Bank of the Cascades has become a regional presence
Album ID: 2041912
Bank of Cascades acquiring Seattle bank
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo
Album ID: 2041501
Local event planner rents out vintage flair
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Abby Elvebak in her business called AE Creative, in Bend Tuesday afternoon 4-19-16.
Album ID: 2041115
Redmond Airport closing: What's the impact?
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Employees of Knife River Corporation Northwest work on paving the primary runway at the Redmond Municipal Airport Wednesday morning.
Album ID: 2040624
BendBroadband explains outages
Andy Tullis / Bulletin file photo A crane holds up a broken telephone pole, while Bend BroadBand employees, background, work to restore internet service, from damage that took place near the intersection of Empire and Nels Anderson in Bend last summer. BendBroadband managers said the company experiences no more service interruptions than other carriers.
Album ID: 2039989
Cartridge maker sells a blast from the past
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Tom Teaford, owner of The Classic Cartridge Co. with a cartridge he produces and the historic guns for which the cartridge is made at his home in Prineville Thursday.
Album ID: 2038788
Bend company helps to build tech ecosystem
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Dan Hobin stands in the G5 office in Bend. Hobin and Greg Meier founded G5 in 2005.