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Oct 27,2006
It’s hard to believe that a few retiring professors could have much of an impact on our lives. But a shortage of veterinary pathology professors may soon have a lasting impact on global health. “Within the next five to eight years, every senior veterinary pathologist faculty member at Ohio State University will retire,” said Paul Stromberg, president, American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) and professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences at Ohio State. “It’s ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
 Today’s students grew up with Internet connections in their cradles, so it’s no wonder they don’t hesitate to bank, shop or research on the Internet. Students use computers for everything from homework to playing games, to chatting with friends and just plain old surfing. However, they frequently forget they are surfing in an ocean of predators. Students often leave for college with bank account, credit card, driver’s license and Social Security numbers – sensitive data ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Not since Austin Powers daringly paired a lilac and cobalt blue suit with a blue polka dotted shirt and red-and-white scarf in a 2002 hit movie have we seen such a profusion of prints, plaids and patterns in fashion. From the runways of New York to the showrooms of home products manufacturers across the country, designers and retailers are encouraging consumers to be bolder than ever when it comes to mixing and matching.  At Olympus ... [full story]
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Oct 26,2006
Do you ever wonder how photographers capture such priceless moments? It’s not as hard as you may think, especially in today’s world of digital photography. According to Jay Forman, a professional photographer and author of “Capture Your Kids In Pictures,” taking great family photos doesn’t require expensive gear or technical prowess, just the application of simple principles and some common sense. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you’ll find yourself eager to display every photo, because ... [full story]
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Oct 04,2006
Oregon and the nation expect to have more vaccine available this year than ever, although as much as 50 percent of this year's supply may not arrive in Oregon until November and December. "Supplies are arriving in Oregon daily but we encourage patience and persistence in seeking vaccinations this year," said Lorraine Duncan, immunization manager in the Oregon Department of Human Services Public Health Division.  Duncan said public health officials are encouraging communities, providers and ... [full story]
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Oct 25,2006
Central Oregon Community College recently received approval from the Oregon department of education to begin offering an associate of applied science degree in automotive management. With this degree, graduates could work as service advisers, assistant managers or eventually as managers for automotive, diesel, and recreational sports and marine dealerships or independent repair facilities. The graduate could also split jobs as a technician and adviser. This degree option is a blend of business and automotive classes, ... [full story]
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Oct 21,2006
Thousands of high school juniors and seniors and their parents will converge on the Deschutes County Fairgrounds on Monday, October 30th for the 5th Annual Central Oregon College Fair. The free event is open to the public and takes place in the Expo Center from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm. “This event provides a wonderful opportunity for students and their families to explore the world of educational opportunities available to them after graduation,” says Carolyn ... [full story]
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Oct 21,2006
Deschutes National Forest visitors might be affected by road closures Monday and Tuesday when contractors replace two culverts where the Black Crater Fire burned 9,400 acres west of Sisters in July. Forest Service engineers will close Forest Road 1024 and access to the Millican Crater Trailhead on Monday and reopen it on Tuesday.  No detour is available for this closure. On Tuesday, the engineers will close Forest Road 1018 about 3.6 miles south of where it leaves ... [full story]
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Oct 21,2006
Bend High School’s Robert Tadjiki is among a handful of teachers nationwide to be named to USA TODAY’s All-USA Teacher Team today. The 2006 All-USA Teacher Team includes 19 individuals and a team of two (21 teachers in total) in grades K-12.   Robert Tadjiki “We’re pleased to honor these remarkable teachers who enhance education with initiative, enthusiasm and insight. They make a real difference for their students, schools and communities,” said USA TODAY Editor Ken Paulson.Tadjiki ... [full story]
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Oct 31,2006
Deschutes County Mental Health Department’s Rainbow Clubhouse program is now selling gift certificates for holiday presents. Money raised through gift certificate sales will be used to support Rainbow Clubhouse program services, and can also be purchased by cash or check to benefit the local homeless shelter, Bethlehem Inn. The Rainbow Clubhouse is designed to create a restorative environment for adults who have been socially and vocationally disabled by mental illness. The program can help these adults ... [full story]
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