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November 17, 2006

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Nov 17,2006
In the world of politics, there are bad ideas and then there are ideas that are just plain dreadful. It's in that second column that one finds a new federal policy change regarding Medicaid that would make it more difficult for the U.S.-born infants of illegal immigrants - infants who are, according to the Constitution, U.S. citizens - to obtain health care in the critical first year of their lives. Illegal immigrants are prohibited from ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
During the week, there were 21 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $12,388.  Of the 21 reports, ten vehicles were unlocked.  DUII arrests totaled eight, and there were ten warrant arrests made.  Two bicycles were reported stolen, with an estimated value of $2,500.  One bicycle was unlocked. 11/4.  A female resident of NE Wichitaw scared off an unknown suspect you kicked a window out of the home and attempted to ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
A 45-year old Prineville man was arrested Thursday afternoon when detectives found 9 ½ pounds of high grade marijuana, over $4,000 cash, drug-sales records, scales, and packaging bags during the execution of a search warrant for his vehicles and northeast Prineville residence, said authorities. According to Detective Sgt. Scott Shelton of the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, over the last several months the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team received creditable information that Jerry Neal Bolin ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
As the dark clouds and shorter daylight hours of winter settle in, the safety features and all-wheel drive of the Mercury Montego sedan are as comforting as a bowl of hot soup. This Mercury twin to the Ford Five Hundred is endowed with refining features, and it is an award-winner among its owners.   MERCURY MONTEGO - The new Mercury Montego recently received AutoPacific's 2006 Ideal Vehicle Award, which recognizes the passenger vehicle that most closely meets customer ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
Nancy Scheper-Hughes opens her provocative essay entitled "Biopiracy and the Global Quest for Human Organs," with a scene taken from Stephen Frears' film "Dirty Pretty Things." Okwe, an illegal Nigerian immigrant doctor, framed in his homeland and forced into exile in London, discovers that the hotel where he works is one stop along the grisly trail of illegal body parts trafficking. In a late-January episode of the CBS television program "Numb3rs" -- a detective series ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
Oregon State Police troopers announced that a La Pine man died Thursday, November 16, from injuries sustained in the late October two-vehicle crash on Highway 58 which occurred about three miles west of Willamette Pass.  Two others died, including a La Pine man and a Cottage Grove woman, and another man was seriously injured in the crash. Kenneth Dean Babcock, 49, reportedly succumbed to his injuries Thursday at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend where ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
Three Bend residents, two men and one woman, were arrested Wednesday following execution of a search warrant at two residences where stolen property including a handgun, yard equipment, power tools, and a DVD player were allegedly found, said authorities. Bend Police officers executed the search warrant for two locations about 2 a.m. November 15 as the result of an ongoing investigation into property crimes that have been occurring in the city, said Lt. Ken Mannix.  ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
Although I prefer being outdoors, I don’t mind being spoiled indoors once in a while. When I head over to the eastern and northeastern parts of the state for some exploring, I usually stop off in Baker City. As I’ve found out over the years, the town itself can be the destination.   Geiser Grand Hotel, All Photos by Scott Staats Two places worth a stop are the Geiser Grand Hotel and the National Historic Oregon Trail ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
A new web resource, the Beehive Cascades (www.beehivecascades.org) for employees was launched November 14. Local nonprofit Neighbor Impact and One Economy Corporation, a multi-national nonprofit, partnered to build this free English/Spanish online resource to help workers connect to resources about money, schools, jobs, housing, health and more. The Beehive Cascades is a localized version of the national Beehive website that was launched by One Economy in 2001. Since that time, nearly nine million individuals have ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
Dwight Heaney welcomed as new Vice President of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the St. Charles Foundation Jim Diegel, President/CEO of Cascade Healthcare Community recently announced that Dwight Heaney has accepted the position of Vice President of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the St. Charles Foundation. Dwight will begin his tenure on November 29, 2006.   Dwight Heaney is new Vice President of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the St. Charles Foundation. "Dwight brings a vast experience ... [full story]
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