Week of October 5, 2014
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Bridge near Camp Sherman to close

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Sporty swapping

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin MBSEF volunteers point people in the right direction and help them to drop off gear, during a day of preparation for the Skyliners Winter Sports Swap, lower level at the Riverhouse Convention Center in Bend Friday afternoon 10-10-14. The Skyliners Winter Sports Swap will start at 8 AM on Saturday morning downstairs at the Riverhouse Convention Center in Bend. For more information on the MBSEF Skyliners Winter Sports Swap visit http://www.mbsef.org/events/skyliners-winter-sports-swap
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Wyden talks business in Bend

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore, learned Friday about some the barriers Central Oregon exporters face trying to expand into new overseas markets
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The ScareGrounds TAKE SHAPE

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  • Artist Mike Yruegas, of Redmond, paints details onto the floor of a section that glows fluorescent under black lights in The ScareGrounds last week. One of the three haunts available at The ScareGrounds, called Distortions-Carnevil, utilizes chromodepth painting and 3-D chromodepth glasses. The technique makes colors such as blue appear to recede and reds seem to pop out to a viewer, giving the illusion of 3-D. Yruegas also paints actors in the specialty chromodepth colors on the nights of the haunt.
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After the frog listing ... What?

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Sunriver Nature Center principal researcher Jay Bowerman holds an Oregon spotted frog found in a trap in the riparian area in the Old Mill District in Bend. Bowerman measures, weighs, and checks tags on frogs he finds before releasing them.
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loyalty ?in the face of prejudice

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  • Meg Roussos / The Bulletin A handful of Harry Morioka's personal effects -- his camera, photographs, a patch, and replica of the Congressional Gold Medal he won for serving with the U.S. Army's 442nd Combat Team -- sit inside and exhibit that describes the discrimination he and other Japanese soldiers from the Columbia River Gorge faced before they left for war and when they came home.
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Ice cream promotes measure

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  • Ted Shorack/The Bulletin Jerry Greenfield, the Jerry half of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, talks with the media on Friday in Bend about Oregon ballot Measure 92, which would require GMO labeling. Greenfield was at the scoop shop in the Old Mill, which was giving out free ice cream.
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Atlas steps into the spotlight

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A sign of the time (of year): Deschutes River levels to fall

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Space at a premium, 2 schools on hiatus from SMART program

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Kindergarden teacher Amy Jones teaches her students how to dance ?The Hokey Pokey? during class Wednesday in the commons area at Jewell Elementary School in Bend. The class is in the commons area because of overcrowding.
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