Rougher roads? Single-digit temps and broken plows make for especially bad streets so far
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin William Hewitt looks at the large snow pile blocking the driveway to his house in Bend Tuesday morning.
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2 roofs collapse as snow snarls traffic
Photos by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin A 6,000 square-foot portion of a commercial structure owned by Sisters Avenue LLC was one of two in Central Oregon damaged by a collapsed roof Friday. No one was injured.
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Our first real taste of winter
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Liliana Clark, left, and Kai Downing, both 6, throw powder in the air and eat the fresh snow during an extra-exciting lunch recess at Westside Village Magnet School in Bend on Thursday.
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Bundle up: Winter warning issued
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Making their own fall
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Warm days: Keep ?em coming...
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Chris Smith, of Bend, paddles his way to shore while spending the afternoon with Gretchen Smith (not shown) at Elk Lake to celebrate his birthday. Smith said that they were just out enjoying the nice October weather.
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When it looks like rain, these folks are ready
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Jerry Kenyon sits in the radio monitoring room of his Tumalo home. A volunteer storm spotter with the National Weather Service, Kenyon reports storm information to the agencyís office in Pendleton. He also relays information from other storm spotters after collecting it via radio.
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Season?s change brings long-awaited rain
Joe Kline / The Bulletin A pedestrian carrying an umbrella walks along a sidewalk on a rainy afternoon in downtown Bend on Wednesday. The city had had a completely dry September until Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.