Week of March 27, 2016
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Deschutes' drinking problem Too much alcohol could be undermining your otherwise healthy lifestyle

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La Pine getting a new city manager

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Corey Misley, La Pine's assistant city manager, is set to take over for the interim city manager this summer. Misley could become the youngest city manager in Oregon.
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Cowgirls have talent, ambition for deep run

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Crook County softball senior Taylor Hilderbrand
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Are local election signs blocking up the scenery?

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Election signs are visible along state Highway 126 near Powell Butte on Tuesday afternoon. With the largest number of candidates on the Crook County primary ballot in recent years, political signs seem to be proliferating in the county.
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Immersion Brewing has its head brewer

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Josh Cosci, the new head brewer at Immersion Brewing, shows the 7-gallon copper kettles available for brew-it-yourself use at Immersion Brewing in Bend on Wednesday.
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Panthers boys, Cougars girls win duals

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  • Joe Kline / The Bulletin Redmondís Jacoby McNamara, right, celebrates with teammate Donnie Pate after McNamara won the 100-meter dash in a duel meet against Mountain View in Bend on Tuesday.
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Artists at work

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Fly-tying corner: Angel Case Emerger

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Kids jump into spring break at the High Desert Museum

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Bend resident Zoee Bafford, 8, from left in the foreground, and Makenzie Moore, 9, who lives in Sunriver and Newport, experience standing in a pool of Oobleck, while other youngsters await their turn, during Kids Camp at the High Desert Museum in Bend Friday morning.
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Bend company helps women in India

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Shannon Keith, CEO and founder of Sudara Inc., shows a shirt and pajama bottoms at the company office in Bend on Tuesday.
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