Joe Kline / The Bulletin Rick Dahlenburg is a co-owner of X Cab, a cab company in Bend that specializes in transporting people and their gear to outdoor excursions.
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What's going up: Hydro Flask
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Construction continues on Hydro Flasks new headquarters on NW York Drive in Bend.
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Bend educational program is moving away from Bend
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin file Students attending Bend Polytechnic Academy's inaugural program in July listen to a presentation at the 1001 Tech Center on SW Emkay Drive. Bend Poly will move to George Fox University in Newberg this summer.
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55 townhomes planned for NE Bend
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Redmond Airport: What does the future hold?
The Bulletin file photo In the future, Redmond Airport, where a ramp supervisor checks over after landing in 2015, may see larger jets providing service to more passengers, officials said Wednesday.
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Petra Products has a new way to clean
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Kathi Close, owner of Petra Products, with a display of her natural dishwashing and laundry soaps made from soap berries.
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Bend's Mazama Designs refines its product line
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Matt Hoskins, of Mazama Designs, holds a hydration system while standing in the company showroom in Bend.
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Next Level Burger to open third store
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo Matt and Cierra de Gruyter, owners of Next Level Burger in Bend, plan to open a second Portland-area location, in a new 365 by Whole Foods Market store.
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Redmond on the rise
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Matt Gilman opened his specialty sock company, Chivaz Wear, in Redmond, which he found smaller and more affordable than Bend.