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Oct 01,2006
Three California men were killed in a fatal head-on traffic crash that occurred Friday morning on Highway 97 about 17 miles south of Bend, and fatigue may have been a contributing factor, said authorities. A father and two adult sons on their way to the Bend area from Oakhurst, California to attend a weekend golf tournament were pronounced deceased at the scene.  The men were identified as Bryan Oneal Jamison, 25 (the driver), his brother ... [full story]
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Oct 01,2006
Rock-throwing vandals plaguing the Bend area over the last two weeks have struck again, this time in southwest Bend and the Old Mill District, causing an estimated $15,000 in damages, said authorities. The vandalism occurred from about 10 p.m. Friday to 4 a.m. Saturday, September 29 and 30 and targeted numerous vehicles, office windows, and glass doors of businesses. Lt. Cory Darling asks that anyone with information about these crimes to contact the Bend Police ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
CORVALLIS, Ore. – For most of Oregon, the fall and winter weather this year should be comparatively warmer and maybe a touch wetter than usual – but with one big caveat. Don’t discount the possibility of a big snowstorm – at least, in Portland. George Taylor, the state climatologist employed at Oregon State University, released his annual fall and winter forecast on Monday, which is based on analyzing numerous oceanic and atmospheric conditions and comparing them to ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences is hosting its 25th annual art competition, "Art About Agriculture Tour 2007: By Land and By Sea." The annual OSU College competition seeks art submissions that focus on the close connection of land and water in Pacific Northwest agriculture and fisheries, explained Shelley Curtis, curator of OSU's annual Art about Agriculture Tour. "The college invites artists to consider both the sea and the land for ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Scientists in the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University have discovered a new technique to let them watch, visualize and precisely measure a key oxidant in animal cells, an important breakthrough that could dramatically speed research on everything from Lou Gehrig’s Disease to heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and aging. The findings are being published online this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a professional journal. They could open the ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Oregon State University scientists are working with the Oregon Department of Agriculture on preliminary research that they hope will launch a larger effort to study canola as a source for biofuels in Oregon. The state’s Department of Agriculture is working to identify funding options to assist the OSU research and extension efforts to examine the potential for canola and other alternative crops for biofuels. A preliminary fact sheet based on findings from both new and long-term ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
High Desert Deer MAURY, OCHOCO, AND GRIZZLY UNITS: Overall deer populations are below desired management objectives; however, fawn survival was above average this winter which should provide good numbers of yearling bucks this fall. Bucks in all three units are at or slightly above desired management levels. The Rager Cooperative Travel Access Program will be in effect on the Paulina Ranger District with no changes from last year. Motorized vehicle restrictions associated with the program start ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Redmond residents were instrumental in the arrest of a man Saturday morning after he refused to stop for a traffic violation, sped away in his car, lead officers on a foot chase, and attempted to avoid capture by altering his appearance with a change of clothing. Shortly before 10 a.m. September 30, an Oregon State Police (OSP) detective working construction zone enforcement in the Redmond area attempted to stop a 1983 Lincoln four-door for failing ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
On Thursday, October 12 at 5:30 p.m., the Deschutes County Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on proposed amendments to the Terrebonne Rural Community Comprehensive Plan policies.  The amendments would allow commercial development on the west side of Highway 97, on a site-specific basis (Deschutes County Code 23.40.030). The hearing will be held at the Deschutes Services Center located at 1300 NW Wall Street in Bend, Oregon; in the Barnes and Sawyer meeting rooms ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Thanks to a new radio-broadcasting program at La Pine High School (LPHS), and a very ambitious student, Hawk football has a new voice. Freshman Jacob Gilmer is joining off-season coaches Kent Wieber and Greg Stackhouse on the microphone at all home and away La Pine High Hawks football games for “Voice of the Hawks in Action.”  “The Communications Technologies program at LPHS features radio broadcasting as one of several Career and Technical Education courses,” said radio ... [full story]
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