Week of February 7, 2016
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Get ready, girl scouts

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County won?t hear appeal of decision on reservoirs

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Mt. Bachelor testing carpool incentives

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin A line of cars makes its way up Century Drive last weekend.. Carpoolers will enjoy priority parking at the Mt. Bachelor ski area this weekend, a pilot project launched to address traffic congestion along Century Drive.
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Men at Work

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Construction workers walk along the roof as they work on construction of the new Deschutes Brewery warehouse Thursday.
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Refuge as crime scene: 'Quite a lot of work to be done'

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin The campsite where the last four occupiers stayed is visible outside the Malheur Wildlife Refuge headquarters on Friday.
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Bend runs away from Ridgeview

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  • Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Bend's Allison Parker (23) and Tayla Wheeler (5) defend against Ridgeview's Hosanna Wilder during the first quarter Friday in Bend.
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Changes are underway ?at Bend co-working space

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  • Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Chris Hanson works at his desk in the BendTech co-working space Friday. Hanson has been using the facility to telecommute with his company TMBR, a creative agency based out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The 7,000-square-foot space will soon be home to 30 co-working desks.
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Occupiers arrested, but it's still not over

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Tom Wagner, of Christmas Valley, holds a flag in front of a road block set up after the militants surrendered and were taken out from the Malheur Wildlife Refuge on Thursday morning. Wagner said he spent some time at the refuge during the occupation and came to show support for the remaining four occupiers and to let them know they weren't abandoned. 'Any one of us could be David Fry right now. I'm happy he surrendered and came out peacefully,' Wagner said.
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Fleck, Washburn tore up the Tower

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn perform for a sold-out crowd at the Tower Theater on Thursday evening.
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Colorful lawmaker emerges as key negotiator

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore talks to reporters near the checkpoint outside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on Thursday morning after the remaining occupiers surrendered and left the refuge.
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