Week of December 1, 2014
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Visions of sugar plum fairies dance in their heads

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Controversial Nativity scene still standing

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo People walk by the Nativity scene last December near City Hall in Prineville. The display has faced threats of legal action in the past and was vandalized last year. But changes were made to address the complaints, and there?s no controversy so far this year.
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Peebles wins 2nd round of bareback

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  • Bob Click / For The Bulletin Brandon Beers, of Powell Butte, and his partner Jim Ross Cooper, of Monument, New Mexico, rope their steer in 4.6 seconds to place third in the second round of the Team Roping in Las Vegas on Friday night.
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The ReStore, ?redone ?and reopening

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  • Dean Guernsey / The Bulletin Bend Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore held a groundbreaking ceremony in June at its new location.
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Lava Bears fall to Lebanon in OT

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Bendís Christian Johnson (30) and Mario Mora (22) fight for the ball Lebanonís Kalib Graham (24) at Bend High on Friday night.
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Judge won?t block water project

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Construction started earlier this year on the city of Bend's Bridge Creek pipeline replacement project . A federal judge on Friday ruled in favor of the city and the Forest Service in a lawsuit by opponents of the project. The ruling allows the project to proceed.
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Phase 2 ?funds not in budget proposal

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  • Leilani Rapaport/The Bulletin Tthe governor's budget proposal does not have long-tem funding for the campus expansion OSU-Cascades plans for Bend's west side. But it is possible the Legislature would put money for the expansion in its version of the budget. The university plans initially to develop this property near the Southwest Chandler Avenue and Century Drive roundabout.
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McMenamins plans new hotel at Old St. Francis School

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  • Meg Roussos / The Bulletin McMenamins Old St. Francis School is planning to remove three guest cottages and build two new lodges with 43 rooms behind OíKaneís Pub. A couple in Sunriver plans to use the three buildings as vacation rentals, according to McMenamins.
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Trinity Episcopal Church Resurrected

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  • Meg Roussos / The Bulletin The final touches were made this week for the return of the congregation to Trinity Episcopal Church. Since the building is on the National Register of Historic Places, there were many challenges in recovering from the fire.
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'A Christmas Carol' with a twist

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  • 12/5/2014
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