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March 24, 2009

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Mar 24,2009
PRINEVILLE, Ore. – A 30-year old Prineville woman was injured and flown by helicopter to a Bend hospital after she lost control of her vehicle and it rolled over several times before landing upside down on O’Neil Highway this afternoon, deputies reported.   Jody Prewitt was driving west on O’Neil Highway near milepost 9 about 1:15 p.m. when she failed to negotiate a corner in her 1989 Ford Taurus, Crook County Sheriff’s Sgt. Jim Chapman said. ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
BEND, Ore. – Police are asking the public’s assistance in locating a 25-year old woman who allegedly became belligerent after being evicted from a party at a northwest Bend residence, broke a window with a beer bottle, then forced her way in the door and threatened several residents while brandishing a knife.   Aimee Marie Mattson, shown here in a DCJ mugshot from a 2007 arrest for allegedly driving under the influence of intoxicants  According to Bend ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
SB 391 Not Retroactive; Will Prevent New Ownership of Certain Exotic Animals SALEM, Ore. – Following a high profile accident in Connecticut involving a pet chimpanzee, the Senate passed legislation today to protect exotic animals and phase out Oregon’s role in the permitting of exotic pets. Included under the new exotic-pets category are non-domestic cats, non-human primates, non-domestic dogs, crocodiles, and alligators.  “It is not unheard of for a former pet crocodile or alligator to ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
Dr. Jane Lubchenco will Serve as Undersecretary of Commerce, Administrator of NOAA CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State University community was pleased to learn that one of its own, renowned marine biologist Jane Lubchenco, an OSU faculty member for more than three decades, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as undersecretary of Commerce in the Obama administration.   Dr. Jane Lubchenco  In that role, Lubchenco will also act as administrator of NOAA, the National Oceanic ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Older adults who worry about their health engage in less physical activity, and those who participate in less activity are more likely to report having difficulty walking, according to a new study. The research, featured in the current issue of Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, was conducted by lead author Kin-Kit Li of The University of Hong Kong when he was a doctoral student at Oregon State University, and coauthored by ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Researchers at Oregon State University have found one gene in the human body that appears to be a master regulator for skin development, in research that could help address everything from skin diseases such as eczema or psoriasis to the wrinkling of skin as people age. Inadequate or loss of expression of this gene, called CTIP2, may play a role in some skin disorders, scientists believe, and understanding the mechanisms of gene ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
STANFORD, Cal. -- Photosynthesis produces the food that we eat and the oxygen that we breathe ― could it also help satisfy our future energy needs by producing clean-burning hydrogen? Researchers studying a hydrogen-producing, single-celled green alga, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, have unmasked a previously unknown fermentation pathway that may open up possibilities for increasing hydrogen production. C. reinhartii, a common inhabitant of soils, naturally produces small quantities of hydrogen when deprived of oxygen. Like yeast and ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
Disease Experts Raise Alarm Amid Concerns Global Health Funding Will Be Shortchanged WASHINGTON—The World Health Organization released staggering new data about the threat of tuberculosis and the toll it takes on people with HIV/AIDS today, in recognition of World TB Day. The TB-HIV co-infection crisis is twice as big as previously thought, the new WHO figures show. In 2007, there were at least 1.37 million cases of HIV-positive TB—or nearly 15 percent of the total ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
tbd Wins Title for Fourth Straight Year, Seven of Last Eight Years BEND, Ore. -- tbd, a full-service advertising agency located in Central Oregon, recently announced that it received multiple awards at the annual Drake Awards, including “Best of Show,” an honor which it has received seven of the last eight years. “While the ultimate measure of success for us is how well our clients perform in the marketplace, it’s also extremely rewarding to receive ... [full story]
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Mar 24,2009
BEND, Ore. – The joint venture partnership of Willem Willemstein and Bend-based Chris van der Velde have acquired Tetherow Golf Club in Bend, Oregon. The acquisition includes the golf course, clubhouse and practice facility. The residential community continues to be developed by the Eugene-based Spring Capital Group, Proterra, LLC and Arrowood of Bend Oregon   Willem Willemstein and Chris van der Velde have acquired Tetherow Golf Club in Bend, Oregon.  Netherlands-based Willemstein is one of the largest ... [full story]
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