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Sep 14,2006
Celebrate and explore culinary adventures and the rich culture of the American West with nationally acclaimed food writer and cookbook author Greg Patent, author of New Frontiers in Western Cooking. Patent’s lecture is sponsored by the Des Chutes Historical Center’s History All Around Series. Patent will discuss the extensive research and creative process behind the cookbook at a free lecture held in the Brooks Room of the Bend Public Library on Sunday, September 17th at ... [full story]
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Sep 15,2006
The KIDS Center and Darkness to Light community partners have trained over 800 professionals and community members to assist in the effort to prevent child abuse.  The three-hour Darkness to Light training is based on a national program that shows adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The training is for all adults: parents, people who work with children, anyone that has children in their life. A child’s safety is ... [full story]
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Sep 13,2006
In an effort to raise $1,450,000 for 24 non-profit agencies and 33 programs in Deschutes County, pacesetters Microsemi and UPS along with other early campaigns have raised over $50,000 to jump start the 2006-07 annual United Way campaign.  “It’s a great start to the campaign, but there’s a long way to go,” said Campaign Chair Cyndy Cook, Executive Director of Housing Works. “If this is any indication of how the campaign will progress, we will ... [full story]
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Sep 14,2006
Skull Rollers vs Wicked Pussycats to benefit COBRA The Renegade Rollergirls will hold their first indoor bout September 16 to launch the new central Oregon roller derby league.  The Wicked Pussycats will battle it out against the Skull Rollers at 7 p.m.  A portion of ticket sales will benefit Central Oregon Battery & Rape Alliance (COBRA), a shelter that supports victims of domestic violence. Families and all ages are welcome.  The Renegade Rollergirls are an ... [full story]
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Sep 14,2006
Former founder and director of the COCC Massage Therapy Program Deby Grant-Bowman and partner Jim Parker LMT/AAS Massage, are opening the Sage School Of Massage & Healing Arts on October 9, 2006, a private, state-of-the-art school offering a complete massage therapy licensing program.The program offers manageable schedules, 750-hour integrated curriculum, educational loans, an evening program and job placement program.  There will be private parking for every student.  The program is licensed by the Oregon Department ... [full story]
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Sep 12,2006
A 21-year old Bend woman was killed late Monday afternoon when she over corrected after her car left the roadway on 27th Street near Knott Landfill, crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic, and crashed into an SUV head-on. According to Sgt. Ronny Dozier of the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the accident scene about 5 p.m. September 11 to a report that a head-on crash had partially blocked 27th Street. Initial investigation ... [full story]
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Sep 12,2006
Authorities have determined what was thought to be pipe bombs found near a Bend church were actually crudely constructed, low-grade homemade fireworks-type devices made from plastic pipe and tape. According to Sgt. Todd Fletcher of the Bend Police Department, on September 10th at about noon officers responded to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 1260 NE Thompson Drive to investigate a suspicious item described as a pipe bomb. When officers arrived, they ... [full story]
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Sep 14,2006
Tools for Schools campaign exceeds donation expectations Thanks to donations of hundreds of backpacks, thousands of pencils and crayons and piles of notebooks and calculators, local businesses and residents have assured a successful start of the school year for more than 1,100 area students in need. “We literally have mounds of new school supplies coming in every day for the kids, it’s phenomenal, the materials just keep pouring in,” says Cindy Miller, Bend-La Pine Schools ... [full story]
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Sep 14,2006
This Saturday, September 16th, strut your dog amongst fellow animal lovers and support the animals in our community.  The Shops at the Old Mill District “Best in Show” Dog Walk at the Les Schwab Amphitheater is a fun event to showcase your dog in front of David Frei, commentator of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Whether your dog is one-of-a-kind or representative of a breed, all canines are invited to have a howling good ... [full story]
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Sep 12,2006
A 51-year old La Pine man apparently died from an unknown medical condition when he was delivering construction supplies on Highway 372 (Cascade Lakes Highway) near Elk Lake at milepost 33. According to Sgt. Ronny Dozier of the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the scene September 11 shortly after 9 a.m. Preliminary investigation revealed Edwin Haskins lost consciousness while backing up a delivery vehicle with construction supplies.  Unidentified persons on scene removed Haskins from ... [full story]
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