Week of January 25, 2015
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Experience steady across district

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After ruling on Bachelor liability ...

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Representatives of the ski industry have been working with state lawmakers on legislation that would at least partially protect their legal liability, after a state Supreme Court decision allowing a Bend man to proceed with a suit against Mt. Bachelor.
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  • Album ID: 1898900

So little snow, such high temps

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  • Dylan J. Darling / The Bulletin Kurt Moffitt, a soil scientist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, collects a snow sample Friday at a snow measuring site near Wanoga Sno-Park.
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  • Album ID: 1898902

Ravens end strong, beat Storm

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Ridgeview's Shaelia Wilcox (12) runs a fast break during the game on Friday at Ridgeview High School.
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  • Album ID: 1898909

Building an impressive ?body?of work

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  • Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Natalie Fletcher laughs during a body painting demonstration at the Downtown Bend Public Library.
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The best in Bend

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  • Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Summit's Mackenzie Halligan swims on her way to winning the 200-yard individual medley during the City of Bend High School Invitational at Juniper Swim & Fitness Center on Friday.
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  • Album ID: 1898910

?Shark Tank? investor takes bait on La Pine startup

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  • The Bulletin file photo Kristina Guerrero, founder of TurboPup and seen here in 2013 with her husband, Brandon Sylvester, picked up an investment from Daymond John in a recent appearance on the TV show 'Shark Tank.'
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  • Album ID: 1898914

Reservoir ruling expected in March

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Homeless count: Advocates fear numbers will rise again

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Dennis and Jessica Lewis talk about the circumstances that led to their family being homeless and the optimism they still have for the future in the room where theyve spent the last five weeks at the Bethlehem Inn in Bend. Our faith has never stopped, Dennis Lewis said.
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Signs that will stand the test of time

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  • Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Ryan Nedelisky, of Sunriver, cuts cement blocks Thursday at Pioneer Park in Bend. The blocks are part of a base for a new park entry sign. The park is just one of many around Bend that has gotten or will be getting a new sign.
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  • Album ID: 1898540
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