Joe Kline / Bulletin file photo The OSU-Cascades building on the Central Oregon Community College campus. The COCC board on Wednesday night voted to formally support OSU-Cascades' proposed campus site on Bend's west side.
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Explaining our connection to the natural world
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Parent volunteer, Calista Songstad, right, talks to a group of Cascade Middle School sixth-graders Monday about the manhole cover behind them and the sewer system below during a water program offered by the Environmental Center with help from the city of Bend.
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Help in seeing a better future
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Newest charter school prepares for fall opening
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Mountain View High School prom
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COCC at 50: ?From humble beginnings?
Joe Kline/The Bulletin Central Oregon Community College graduates laugh while listening to a speaker during the school's commencement ceremony on Saturday at Mazama Field at COCC in Bend.
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Seed to Table students visit local garden in Sisters
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Lauren Griswold, right, who works with the Seed to Table program, talks to Sisters Middle School sixth-graders about pulling up wild grass while discussing gardening during a Seed to Table field trip for the students to their local garden in Sisters Friday morning.
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Students get to act as ?Riverkeepers?
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Aiyden Davis, 6, left, and Anna Bales, 6, enjoy fishing during their field trip to Prineville Youth Fishing Pond last week. The trip was a part of the Riverkeepers Storyline project, which has taught the children to act as stewards of Crook County watersheds.
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Culture of education growing at Deer Ridge
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Timothy Miller, second from left, tutors fellow inmate Eric Star Wednesday afternoon at Deer Ridge Correctional Institution in Madras.
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Expeditionary class combines art, science and the outdoors
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Eighth-grader Leah Chapman practices getting on a surfboard in preparation for a weekend trip to the Oregon Coast. She is part of an interdisciplinary expedition class that combines environmental science, outdoor recreation and the arts.