Week of April 1, 2016
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Bill in Congress could benefit Central Oregon

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo Sun Country Tours guide, Casey Pierce, right, guided a group of rafters down through an exciting section of the Big Eddy rapids last summer. A bill introduced by U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden could help Central Oregon?s growing hub of outdoor recreation companies.
  • 4/2/2016
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It's irrigation season ... but a healthier snowpack hasn't been enough

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin North Unit Irrigation District Watermaster Gary Calhoun opens the gate allowing 200 cubic feet of water every second to flow from the Deschutes River into an irrigation canal, beginning a process of priming the system, at the irrigation district's diversion facility in Bend Friday morning. The district's canals are 64 miles long and use the river's water to irrigate farm land in Jefferson County.
  • 4/2/2016
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Finals wrapped in fondant

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Lauren Hickman, left, and Alec Mitchell work to put the finishing touches on their cakes during the final at Cascade Culinary Institute at COCC.
  • 4/2/2016
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Summit rumbles to win

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Summitís Jack Loberg tees off at the 14th hole at Eagle Crest Ridge Course on Friday.
  • 4/2/2016
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South Bend transient camp has some neighbors worried

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin The completion of the Murphy Road extension had made access to the land north of Romaine Village Way a bit easier. Transient campsites there are causing concerns for neighbors in the area in south Bend.
  • 4/2/2016
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OSU to raise tuition, fees in Bend

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  • 4/1/2016
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On the fringes

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Gavin Douglas as Doug, left, and Jess Ryan, as Kayleen, rehearse a moment from the play 'Gruesome Playground Injuries' at Columbia Park in Bend Friday. The play about two friends who meet periodically over the years opens tonight and runs through Sunday at Volcanic Theatre Pub in Bend.
  • 4/1/2016
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Young adult literature as limitless as its readership

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Librarian, April Witteveen, left, talks Alexa Tawzer, who is 18-years-old from Bend, about the Teen Literary Festival, at the Deschutes Public Library in downtown Bend.
  • 4/1/2016
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Path for Clean Fuels gets easier

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Used cooking oil is collected last year from Sonic Drive-In in Bend. Fuel produced from such oil is considered by the state's Clean Fuels program to be one of the cleanest fuels available. Oil companies and interest groups angling for a fight to repeal or gut the Clean Fuels program in the November election said Thursday it?s giving up.
  • 4/1/2016
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Quilters share novel ideas

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  • Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin A detail of a quilt by Nancy Ariail that will be on display at QuiltWorks in Bend as part of its annual A Novel Idea-related display.
  • 4/1/2016
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