Bulletin file photo Dave Swan was an early organizer of the Oregon Bicycle Ride tour, now known as Bicycle Rides Northwest.
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Pet policy sidelines therapy dogs, too
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Change in Redmond?s utility billing means more work for property owners
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Ryan Connor, an employee of the city of Redmond Public Works water distribution, checks a water meter transmitting unit during an inspection on Northwest Poplar Place in Redmond on Monday.
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From trash to (artistic) treasure
Photos by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Ten-year-old fifth grader, Bryce Shaw, center, and nine-year-old fourth grader, Ashlie Slocum, right, have fun talking and creating art out of recycled materials along with other member of their art class, at Ensworth Elementary School in Bend afternoon 10-24-14.
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What local voters are saying
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Harvest is HERE
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin A community group harvests the last group of carrots for Rainshadow Organics? winter CSA program in Terrebbone, Oregon on Sunday, October, 26, 2014. In this successful carrot year, harvesting started in June and will go through the end of October. If anyone is interested in purchasing carrots in bulk contact Sarahlee with Rainshadow Organics.
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Officials: Groundwater levels not yet a concern
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Employees of Cascade Pump & Irrigation Services construct a new pump for a water well in an unincorporated area west of Redmond last week. Officials say that such pumping removes a relatively small amount of the groundwater that passes through Central Oregon.