Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin An employee at Bloom Well, a medical marijuana dispensary in Bend, holds a container of cannabis that is marked with the THC and CBD results after it was tested in a lab to better inform their customers on the product they are looking at.
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Murphy Road project: Putting the final pieces in place
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Construction of the extension of Murphy Road, which will connect with Brookswood Boulevard, is underway. Here, at the intersection with Larkwood Drive, a new roundabout is going in.
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Madras honors owners of McDonald?s with a drive-thru parade
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Paul Rodby, center background, shows his elation as Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets march through the Madras McDonald?s drive-thru leading a surprise parade in his honor.
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Joe Kline / The Bulletin The High Desert Museum?s two river otters may soon get a new friend. Construction to renovate the museum?s otter exhibit, which is expected to begin after Labor Day, will create enough space to house a third otter.
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Opening the gates for irrigation season
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A covered bridge, damaged Beyond repair
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin The old covered bridge at Bowery Lane just north of Bend was destroyed Sunday night or early Monday morning, most likely by an oversized vehicle. The driver responsible has not come forward, meaning local residents will have to spend thousands of dollars to construct a new bridge.
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Diving for Easter treasure
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Kids gather their plastic Easter eggs to remove from the pool during the underwater egg hunt at Cascade Swim Center in Redmond on Saturday afternoon. The egg divers got candy as a prize for the eggs.. Ten golden eggs hidden around the aquatic center could be redeemed for a 10-visit pass to the pool.
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Bend?s Hyde headed to the Arctic
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Emily Hyde skis to a first-place finish for Summit during the nordic state championships at Mt. Bachelor in Bend in February. Hyde, who won a pair of junior national championship in March, is headed to Barrow, Alaska as part of a group that will teach locals how to ski.