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Sep 21,2006
Four Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies and one Oregon State Police trooper are on paid leave pending the review of a fatal shooting that left a La Pine man dead on Friday, September 15.   Devon Shane Linville was fatally shot by an officer at 52476 Lost Ponderosa Road in La Pine. Devon Shane Linville, 35, reportedly attacked an officer with a knife that had responded to a 911 domestic violence call.  The incident took place at the ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
Bend has long been touted by national publications as one of the best places to live, so it may not come as a surprise that Money Magazine has now ranked it as one of the top 100 places to retire. The city ranked No. 86 out of 100.  It was in good company with Beaverton at No. 79 and Hillsboro at No. 63. Places like Portland, Eugene, Springfield and Salem did not make the cut.  ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
Bend Municipal Airport Manager Greg Phillips was recently awarded the Oregon Airport Managers Association (OAMA) Airport Manager of the Year Award at the 2006 tri-state (Washington/Oregon/Idaho) Airport Managers Conference in Eagle Crest, Oregon.  The award recognizes an airport manager who has demonstrated superior performance over the past year.  Phillips was selected from over 70 Oregon airport managers by a majority of nominations from his peers for his successful management of and continued effort to improve ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
$732 Million Earned in Wages; $2.2 Billion to Oregon’s Economy This fall, as you kick back in the den to watch football and enjoy a cold beer, it’s a good time to remember that the same people who produce, distribute and sell your brew also provide jobs for 26,435 citizens of Oregon, directly or indirectly.  According to an economic impact study conducted by John Dunham & Associates and sponsored by the National Beer Wholesalers Association ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
College students returning to campus find a familiar scene:  closet-size dorm rooms, frat parties, and questionable food in the school cafeteria.  But on some campuses something is missing this year: men’s sports teams. Students returning to Rutgers University will find that over the summer the university cut six teams:  men’s heavyweight and lightweight crew, men’s and women’s fencing, men’s swimming and men’s tennis.  Why did men’s athletics take the brunt of what university officials characterize ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
You couldn’t wait to retire. Now you’ve done it, and your life feels unhinged. Your calendar and email in-box are empty. Your spouse wants you to do anything that involves leaving the house. And you feel guilty for not being productive. Welcome to retirement. Even those who work part-time after leaving a primary career, as most people now do, face major logistical and psychological challenges. Retirees who don’t anticipate these landmines may learn about them ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
Free anonymous mental health screenings available October 5 An undetected mood or anxiety disorder may be affecting your sleep -- take a free, anonymous mental health screening on October 5, 2006.We all know the old saying, "Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise."  But for the nearly 57 million affected by a mental health disorder, getting a good night's rest is no easy task. According to the American ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
Oregon Author Recreates Early America with Action-Adventure Novel DURKEE, Oregon - Travel to the Old West where gun-slinging deputies and crazed bandits battle for control of early America in Charlie MacNeil's novel, Complications: The Deputies Book 1 (now available through AuthorHouse). Harvey Palmer wants to keep his life simple. Though he avoids responsibility and commitment, they find him when he stumbles onto a stagecoach robbery and foils it. His life gets more complicated when he ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
Local Humorist Shares Antics of Oregon DJs Loyal listener Lynette K.G. Sheffield shares the antics of the disc jockeys at KTWS, 98.3, in her book, They Still Drop Turkeys at KTWS in Bend, Oregon: My Life as a Twinster (now available through AuthorHouse). The DJs for the radio station known as "The Twins" affectionately call their loyal listeners, "Twinsters." As a "Twinster" for years, Sheffield befriended the DJs and witnessed many of the stunts and ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2006
The long awaited public transit system has finally arrived.  In celebration riders are invited to travel for free September 27-October 3. The Bend Area Transit (BAT) service launches on Wednesday and will cost riders $1 per trip or they can purchase an unlimited day pass for $2.  Seniors and the disabled will pay $.50 or $1 for an unlimited pass for the day.  BAT is the city’s first fixed route public transportation service and Heather ... [full story]
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