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November 09, 2007


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Nov 09,2007

by Anna M. Johnson

DESCHUTES COUNTY OFFICESWILL BE CLOSED MONDAY,NOVEMBER 12th IN OBSERVANCE OF VETERANS' DAY  Have a warm and wonderful holiday!       Anna M. Johnson         Public Communications CoordinatorDESCHUTES COUNTY   (541) 330-4640 office(541) 280-5263 cell(541) 385-3202 fax1300 NW Wall Street, Ste. 200Bend, OR 97701www.deschutes.orgwww.deschutes.org/mostwanted/ _____Deschutes County Government provides for the safety, security and health of Deschutes County's 153,000 citizens through public safety, human services, adult parole & probation, juvenile justice and many other valuable public services. For more information, please go to www.deschutes.org . [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by Sarah J. Stark

Bend, OR – A grassroots group in Central Oregon organizes to bring anend to the suffering in Darfur, Sudan. The group, comprised of peopleof all ages from throughout Central Oregon, is organizing the CentralOregon Dream for Darfur event as a leg of the symbolic Olympic Dreamfor Darfur Torch Relay. The relay is currently traveling to more than30 cities across the United States.Local Iditarod athlete, Rachael Scdoris, will join other notable torchcarriers and participants. Scdoris had ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by Sarah J. Stark

BEND – Local students and community members will raise awareness of the situation in Darfur on November 11, 2007 by holding the Central Oregon leg of the symbolic Olympic Dream for Darfur Torch Relay. The Olympic Dream for Darfur torch relay will be visiting more than 20 cities across the United States and several cities around the world. Activists, joined by genocide survivors, athletes, students and local leaders, aim to pressure China to use its ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by Stephanie Curtis

The crisp winter air and increasing snow fall on Mt. Bachelor can mean just one thing - the annual Ski for Schools day is just around the corner!  If you would like to be among the first to get on the slopes of Mt. Bachelor, ski for just $15, and benefit Redmond and Bend-La Pine schools at the same time – mark your calendar for Friday, November 16!   The Education Foundations for Bend-La Pine Schools and ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by Cheryl McDermott

Drug agents recently announced that five young La Pine residents – three men and two women - were arrested last week following an investigation which led to the discovery of over 14 grams of methamphetamine and a raid at a local motel.  Three children found in the motel room during ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by Julie Yip

The Oregon Department of Transportation has awarded $241,478 to Oregon schools and school districts to fund education and enforcement projects for Safe Routes to School, a program designed to encourage and enable easier and healthier ways for children to walk and bike to and from school safely.   The federally funded Oregon Safe Routes to School program, administered by ODOT, is part of a solution to promote physical activity and improve unsafe walking and bicycling conditions. Safe ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by LWNS

BLS Commits to Ensuring a Sustainable Future for StudentsreSource partnership encourages energy conservation, recycling, and waste prevention For more than 15 years, Bend-La Pine Schools has been working diligently to ensure sustainable schools through curriculum, community partnerships, and classroom practices. Today, they announced plans to take these efforts to the next level through an extended relationship with reSource; a local not-for-profit organization whose mission is to ensure a healthy, sustainable future for Central Oregonians.“Thanks to our ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by ODFW

Open: Rocky Mt. bull elk (open Nov. 3-11 in some portions of zone), pheasant, chukar, duck, forest grouse, California quail, mt quail (open in Wheeler, Hood Rvr and Wasco counties) cougar, bear, crow Ochoco Wildlife District Recent weather conditions have been better for camping than elk hunting. Despite the sunny days and clear nights, hunters during the opening weekend had improved success compared to recent years. Bulls were observed taken at all elevations, on both ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by ODFW

ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: rainbow troutNo recent reports. CLEAR LAKE: rainbow troutNo recent reports. CRESCENT LAKE: brown trout, kokaneeThe angling on Crescent is reportedly slow. This is a good time of year to target brown trout and lake trout on Crescent. CROOKED RIVER MAINSTEM: rainbow troutReports of some good to fair angling for rainbow trout.CROOKED RIVER BELOW BOWMAN DAM: redband troutNo recent reports. ODFW and OSU have initiated a radio telemetry study on redband trout and ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by ODFW

Geese and swans move south  Geese and Tundra Swans are migrating now. They are often heard overhead before being seen. The flight calls are pretty distinct for each of these species. Look for geese along river corridors and near local wetlands. Sandhill cranes are also occasionally heard and seen overhead in migration. Their call is easily recognized. Cranes can be seen migrating from Harney Basin, through Warner Basin, the Lake Abert area and south to Klamath Basin ... [full story]
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