Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A pedestrian walks past one of the downtown water fountains located at the corner of Bond Street and Minnesota Avenue on Monday afternoon.
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Holiday travelers: Be ready for snow
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New fire engines ?will replace aging fleet
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Bend Fire Department firefighters test one of two new Rosenbauer fire engines delivered to the department last week.
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20 days without RDM
Joe Kline / The Bulletin A view down runway 523, the primary runway at the Redmond Airport, on Wednesday. Work on the runway scheduled for next May will require the airport to close for nearly three weeks.
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Is La Pine?s tax on medical marijuana illegal? To find out, dispensary to sue
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin La Pine taxes medical marijuana, but attorneys representing the Legislature have concluded such a tax is illegal. City officials will be reviewing the issue with the city attorney. Meanwhile, Randy Huff, the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in La Pine, says he intends to sue the city over the tax.
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City Council: Policies for vacation rentals are working
Andy Tullis / Bulletin file photo New regulations intended to tame the growth of short-term vacation rentals in Bend are working well, according to a presentation Wednesday night by city staff to the Bend City Council. Some residents who disagree spoke at the meeting.
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Why?s the river so low?
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin An area of large mudflats in Mirror Pond are exposed Wednesday afternoon because of low water.
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Park district gets OK for nature reserve
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin The Deschutes River flows through a section of the proposed Riley Ranch Nature Preserve on Tuesday. The Deschutes County Planning Commission has approved a conditional use permit for the Bend Park & Recreation Department to create the preserve.