Week of May 31, 2015

Emergency alerts, now at the buzz of a phone

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100 years of the Crater Lake Lodge

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Resting on the rim of a giant volcanic caldera, the Crater Lake Lodge provides a stunning view of its namesake lake. It is the main structure of the historic Rim Village district, which also includes additional structures from the 1920s and early 1930s.
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Bend?s roadwork needs: $80M

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  • Joe Kline / Bulletin file photo Work is done last fall on the overpass above U.S. 97 as part of the Murphy Road extension project. The state paid $25 million toward the project as part of its last major transportation improvements package. Lawmakers are currently trying to come up with a transportation funding deal with at most six weeks left in the current session.
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New Bend program to teach digital skills

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Bruce Cleveland, founder of the Bend Polytechnic Academy, stands inside the 1001 Tech Center, where the new program will be starting in July.
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Good times mean 1st times

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Half-marathon participants run across a footbridge over the Deschutes River into Farewell Bend Park during the Happy Girls Run on Saturday in Bend.
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Young hunters learn ropes

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  • Tess Freeman / The Bulletin Edward Flores, 14, of Bend practices shooting a bow and arrow. The Oregon Hunters Association annual Youth and Family Day at Alder Creek Ranch near Sisters featured more than 10 stations where children and adults practiced outdoor skills.
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  • Album ID: 1941920