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June 05, 2006

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Jun 05,2006
ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: Reservoir is full. Opportunities for carryover rainbow trout from 10-18 inches are good. Anglers are reporting success near the dam. Reservoir was also recently stocked with legal size rainbow trout. BIG LAVA LAKE: Reports are that fishing was pretty good late last week though the catch slowed over the weekend. The rainbow trout are running 13 to 22 inches in length and in very good condition. CLEAR LAKE: Clear Lake, located about 20 ... [full story]
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Jun 05,2006
I know I’m probably not the only one to congratulate you on your first print issue of Bend Weekly.  I applaud you for your foray into a local weekly publication, geared towards family and community.  I appreciate the fact that I was able to share your paper with my wife and kids, without having to censor the articles or the ads.  I especially enjoyed the article on Lap Yan Chan of Chan’s Chinese.  I must ... [full story]
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Jun 05,2006
The Thespian Society at Summit High School will conduct a “Pirate Camp” for young performers this summer as a fundraiser for the group. The acting camp will be open to 50 children, grades kindergarten through fifth. It will be held at Summit High School from June 26 through June 30. Wee mateys will work with student directors to learn the basic techniques of successful theatre, following a pirate theme. By the end of the five-day camp, ... [full story]
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Jun 05,2006
High School Graduations This Week Over 1000 students will walk through commencement this week as Bend-LaPine Schools holds graduation ceremonies.  With 1023 students set to receive diplomas, the Class of 2006 will be the largest graduating class the district has seen in at least 5 years. LaPine High School will hold its commencement ceremony June 6th at 7 pm at the high school.  They will have 105 graduates. Marshall High School will hold graduation for its 35 students ... [full story]
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