Week of October 11, 2015
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Winter is near; get your gear

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Bend Police purchase less-lethal ?40-mm sponge-round launchers

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  • Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin Bend Police Officer Scott Vincent fires a nonlethal 40-mm gun towards a target Wednesday afternoon at the Bend Police Department shooting range. The department recently purchased five launchers to be loaded with rounds made of a spongelike material.
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Hometown winners at venture conference

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  • Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin Odysys CEO Kent Schnepp and his team celebrate winning the award for the top growth-stage company at the Bend Venture Conference Friday afternoon. The company received a check for $205,000, a number that could increase in the coming weeks, EDCO officials said.
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Collaborative composing

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Kim Kelley sings during an audition at the first Make-A-Band event last week at Silver Moon Brewing in Bend. The event offers a different take to the traditional battle-of-the bands model and will conclude in a showcase in November.
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Storm continue IMC dominance

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  • Photo by Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Summit?s Jacob Thompson brings down Ridgeview quarterback Brett Blundell on Friday night in Redmond. The Storm won 59-7 to clinch a share of the Intermountain Conference title.
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Redmond?s Sam Johnson Park

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To improve grad rates, start before high school

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Older social media users

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Businesses aim to become ?Alzheimer?s friendly?

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Kay Schuster, a temporary employee at the Bend Chamber of Commerce, works behind the front desk in downtown Bend on Monday. The organization?s staff completed training last month to better serve those with Alzheimer?s disease and dementia.
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A Village update

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  • Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin The Bleu Cheese Chipotle Burger, clockwise from bottom, the Super Kale and Chicken Salad and The Village Chicken plates at the Village Bar & Grill in Sunriver.
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