Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Traffic drives by the roundabout under construction Tuesday at SE Reed Market and 15th street in Bend. Delays in relocating utility lines have slowed the project, but the city is still aiming to have it open by the end of next month.
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La Pine Council approves tax on pot
Bulletin archive photo The La Pine City Council voted Wednesday night to tax medical marijuana at 5 percent, and recreational marijuana at 15 percent, if Ballot Measure 91 passes.
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Bend falconer takes his message of sustainability to the United Nations
Joe Kline / Bulletin file photo Tiana, Dan Cecchini Jr.?s Harris Hawk, soars down from a juniper tree and retunrs to Cecchini?s glove while hunting for jackrabbits last year. Cecchini gave a presentation about falconry at the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity in South Korea last week.
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Proposed EPA rule lacks consensus
Joe Kline / The Bulletin file photo A canal flows behind houses on Daniel Duke Way in Northeast Bend. New jurisdiction to the Clean Water Act could alter the definition of public waters.
Album ID: 1859982
Fear of repeat offenders, but nowhere to jail them
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Inmates of the Crook County jail wake up in their cells in Prineville on Friday. There are four cells, each holding four people.
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Ground broken?for welcome center
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin John Allen, forest supervisor for the Deschutes National Forest, center, speaks during a brief groundbreaking ceremony for the Cascade Lakes Welcome Station, to be located near the intersection of Cascade Lakes Highway and Forest Road 41, on Monday. CS Construction, a local construction firm, was awarded the contract and will begin next week.
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Joe Kline / The Bulletin Brian Saint, of Bend, tries on a mask in a mirror at Spirit Halloween in Bend on Sunday.
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Why does Bend, one of the nation?s fittest cities, ?have the 5th-highest rate of bariatric surgery?
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Harold Stenseth has lost more than 150 pounds after having bariatric surgery.
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Running through the pain
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Carrie Carney, left, and her friend Kirsten Scott wear their Portland Marathon competitor T-shirts and medals during a meeting outside Integrated Eye Care in Bend last week.