Week of May 1, 2015
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Health insurers seek double-digit rate hikes

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Delays while houses are moved

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Will this year?s PPP require a Plan B?

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin After a 5K workout ski, Jamie Punt, of Bend, who will compete in the PPP on a team, walks off the snow and through the dirt to his car from the nordic lodge at Mount Bachelor on Friday.
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Seed to Table students visit local garden in Sisters

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Lauren Griswold, right, who works with the Seed to Table program, talks to Sisters Middle School sixth-graders about pulling up wild grass while discussing gardening during a Seed to Table field trip for the students to their local garden in Sisters Friday morning.
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A greener bottle at EartH2O

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Steve Emery talks about the recycled plastic water bottle filling process, while standing by the filling station at the Earth2o plant in Culver Wednesday morning.
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Bachelor fatal ski crash first since 2008

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  • Andy Tullis/The Bulletin file photo In this photo from March 2008, Peter Sky, then 22, left, plays follow the leader with Dewi Stanczak, 24, while flying off the top cornice into the powdery inner bowl of Tumalo Mountain.
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Moving along

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Phil and Cynthia McPherson, of Lebanon, ride horses behind to push cattle from a pasture along a trail towards their summer pasture at Long Hollow Ranch on Friday west of Sisters. Phil, a retired firefighter, had grown up around a ranch and helped feed cattle his family raised but the event was new to Cynthia. ?It?s a childhood dream. I?ve always wanted to do this,? she said. ?I?ve always been a cowboy at heart.? The McPherson?s and a few other ?cowboys? helped move approximately 50 cows and a few bulls. Long Hollow Ranch usually moves their cattle three times a year and offers the opportunity for interested people to pay for the experience of participating in a cattle drive with the head wrangler. Some riding experience is recommended, and more information is available at http://lhranch.com/
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Game faces on

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Sisters pitcher Zach Morgan (28) delivers a pitch during Fridayís Sky-Em game against Sweet Home in Sisters. The Outlaws won 4-0.
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Brown: Track seed ?to sale

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  • Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin An employee at Bloom Well, a medical marijuana dispensary in Bend, holds a container of cannabis that is marked with the THC and CBD results after it was tested in a lab to better inform their customers on the product they are looking at.
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Now an open road

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