Joe Kline / Bulletin file photo The Bend City Council will delay addressing a budget shortfall related to summer 2017 road maintenance until this year's warm weather tourism season has finished. That will allow thee council to gain a better sense of its revenue situation before considering further cuts.
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A near-tragic tale leaves all tails wagging
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Garrett Bergby, 34, of Bend pets his dog Kaya before going on a run together Wednesday afternoon. Kaya was rescued from the Deschutes River on Saturday after being swept downriver while chasing a group of ducks.
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Deschutes River film and panel are seeking public involvement
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Local film maker Scott Nelson films a section of aquatic vegetation exposed along the Deschutes River just below Wickiup Reservoir dam last year. Nelson has been documenting how the irregular flows along the Deschutes has had an impact on the fish populations in the river.
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Private ownership of dam could be at stake in talks
Ryan Brennecke / Bulletin file photo A partnership organized in 2013 to purchase the land beneath Mirror Pond has been meeting with Pacific Power, the company that owns the dam. The partnership may possibly be interested in acquiring the dam.
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'Super rare' in Bend: violence among strangers, especially involving a firearm ... and especially
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin The home, located at 1473 NW Newport Ave., where a shooting took place in the street out front that wounded two men early Saturday morning in Bend.
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Pavilion transforms for summer
Photo by Joe Kline / The Bulletin Nick Watts, left, and Nam Ly play badminton during the free play week at Rhe Pavilion. Both are members of the Central Oregon Badminton Club. The ice was removed and a court surface laid at The Pavilion for summer activities like badminton, volleyball, and basketball.
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Forest-thinning work: How it will impact popular bike trails
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A logging crew works on processing and stacking timber along Forest Road 4610 near Cascade Lakes Highway as part of the West Bend Project early Monday afternoon. The goal of the 26,000-acre project is to restore forest ecosystems along with reducing the potential of a severe wildfire.
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Rescued horses showcase their skills, find new homes
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Brent Rollins takes Juniper on a mild gallop around the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center during the second annual Rescue Revolution horse adoption event Sunday.
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Race to the alter
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Jenn Brenna and Ronald Burt, from Yelm, Washington, are married in Drake Park at the 2-mile mark of the Bend Marathon while racing Sunday.