Central Oregon agencies still have snow removal funds, despite storm
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Crews work late into the night removing snow from a neighborhood on Bend?s east side earlier in the month.
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Cleaning up after Mother Nature
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It?s snow fun out there
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Rob Kerr / The Bulletin A Latham Excavation dump truck unloads snow Monday on property between Southeast Wilson and Southwest Truman avenues in Bend. Steve Gist with Latham Excavation said four trucks unloading roughly two times per hour for about eight hours ? more than 65 truckloads ? carried more than 1,000 yards of snow to the above location from the parking lots at the Old Mill District. Gist said the snow will be removed in another four days at that rate.
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Riding out the storm
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Mike Smith and his daughter Mia sled down the hill at Drake Park in Bend on Saturday.
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A dad-powered sled ride
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Snow this week could open Hoodoo
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Hoodoo Ski Area is still closed, but operators hope a storm this week will bring as much as a foot of snow, allowing it to open for the season this weekend.
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Same old air ... which can lead to problems
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin KC Chamberlain, 58, front, balances while walking on a log during an outing with her son Reece Pressman, 18, Tuesday morning as sunlight is filtered through a dissipating fog at Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne. The forecast calls for inversion weather to continue. The stagnant air and freezing temperatures associated with the inversion have caused poor air quality and freezing fog warnings.