Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Members of the Summit High School robotics team stand next to the robot they competed with in a regional robotics competition earlier this month. The team had to design and build a robot that could stack a group of plastic shipping containers along with moving a trash can.
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Ridgeview High band off to play Carnegie Hall
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Dave Sime, Ridgeview High School band teacher, conducts a last practice Friday on campus in Redmond before he travels with his students for their performance at Carnegie Hall in New York.
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OSU tuition increases approved
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Trustees hear plans for degree programs
Ryan Brennecke /Bulletin file photo Marc Rubin, the first full-time computer scientist at OSU-Cascades, was hired to lead development of a four-year computer science program. The university is considering what degree programs it might add as it becomes a four-year campus this fall.
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COCC to share new dorm with OSU-Cascades
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Outside the new residence hall on Central Oregon Community Colleges campus in Bend. The college is opening its new $22 million, 330-bed dorm on the slopes of Awbrey Butte not only to its own students but also to anyone jointly enrolled in COCC and OSU-Cascades.
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New school named Silver Rail
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo This school, seen here under construction Feb. 26, will be called Silver Rail Elementary, home of the Steam Engines.
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?Goal was accomplished? with resource fair
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Alexandria Cox, 6, of Redmond, gets a free dental screening from Hailey Rambo of the Kemple Clinic during the community resource fair, which offered free services, many information booths and dinner in Redmond on March 5.
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Staff slow to embrace bike program
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The bike-sharing program at the Jefferson County School District has stationed 10 bikes at schools for teachers and staff to use, though the program has been slow to take off.
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Helping girl become poet, and letting her show it
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin REALMS sixth-grader Emmy Warner, right, talks to a group of female students and teachers about why she chose a certain poem, Langston Hughes' 'Harlem Sweeties,' that she read to the group in a teen poem workshop at a Muse Women's Conference at COCC on Sunday.
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STEM studies take root at Culver?s sole campus
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Second-graders Megan Sommers, 7, left, and Lizette Garcia, 8, build a catapult with marshmallows and a plastic spoon, among other tools, during a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) model class at Culver Elementary School on Thursday.