Andy Tullis / The Bulletin St. Francis School social studies teacher Terri Logan gives students some ideas about what they can write in their letters to the local National Guard soldiers recently deployed in Afghanistan. Students wrote letters Tuesday to the bravo company of the Bend-based Oregon Army National Guard 1-82 Cavalry Squadron.
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OSU-Cascades appeal still alive
Leilani Rapaport/The Bulletin OSU-Cascades has plans to build a four-year campus on 10 acres near the Southwest Chandler Avenue and Century Drive roundabout. On Wednesday, the Bend City Council made formal its rejection of an appeal of the project but the opponents could appeal to the state.
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Enriching their lives
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Wyatt Hagerty, 7, laughs while looking at animal skulls during an outing for vision-impaired kids last week at Skyliners Lodge west of Bend.
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Space at a premium, 2 schools on hiatus from SMART program
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Kindergarden teacher Amy Jones teaches her students how to dance ?The Hokey Pokey? during class Wednesday in the commons area at Jewell Elementary School in Bend. The class is in the commons area because of overcrowding.
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A place for life skills
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Pilot Butte Middle School Lifeskills teacher Jean Hillmer discusses fractions with students in a class on Tuesday in Bend. This is the first year the school has had a life skills program. It currently has 11 students, and Hillmer expects the program to expand in future years.
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Photo: Students at COCC are back to the books
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Five head to livestock judging nationals
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Mountain View High School FFA students, from left, Shannon Tacy, Emma Rooker, Meghan King, Lindsey McPeake, and Delaney Hood have won all 11 of the livestock evaluation since March.
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Company receives $3.4M in funding
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The future of Oregon State University-Cascades Campus
The Bulletin file photo Oregon State University-Cascades is expanding to be a four-year university. The expansion, starting on a 10-acre site on Bend?s west side, has been welcomed, but some have expressed concern about the proposed location. A group called Truth in Site submitted an appeal Monday, challenging a decision to approve the site.
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Latino Scholarship Fund makes college possible
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Madras High graduate Maira Olivera, 18, is a recipient of the Central Oregon Latino Scholarship and will attend Central Oregon Community College this year. She is pictured in front of the Campus Center in Bend.