Pumpkin ?coffee drinks ?offer jump-start on ?holiday weight gain
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin A pumpkin pie latte at Dutch Bros at 1143 NE 3rd St. in Bend.
Album ID: 1980122
Local counties?are split on STD prevention tool
Album ID: 1977765
Lawsuit paves way ?to regular jobs for people with disabilities
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Joseph Krassow files papers into a file cabinet while working his shift at BBBI A Human Resource Management Company in Bend.
Album ID: 1977764
Central Oregon ?hospitals rethink ?therapy dog rules
Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin Bend volunteer, Selina Witt walks her 11-year-old yellow lab Therapy Dog named Mingus down a hallway at St. Charles Bend.
Album ID: 1974732
Turning to marijuana for relief
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Gary Bonacker shows the marijuana tincture he uses to help with seizures resulting from his brain cancer. Since starting the tincture, he has noticed an improvement overall and a decrease in the number of seizures he has in a month. He is pictured at his home in Bend.
Album ID: 1973323
PEEK INSIDE ST. CHARLES PRINEVILLE
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin The lobby of Prineville's new hospital, St. Charles Prineville on Friday.
Album ID: 1973084
Bend native helps contain ebola in West Africa
Album ID: 1972310
Chiropractors promote adjustments for newborns, infants
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Tom and Laura Hentges watch as Chiropractor Jeremy Boethin performs and checks adjustments on their three-month-old son, Owen, during a visit at Point Chiropractic in Bend.
Album ID: 1972309
Parents told to check vaccine status before school starts
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin file photo Lynnanne Hayes, a registered nurse with Deschutes County, administers a vaccine to a Bend-area child at the Ensworth Community School-Based Health Center in February