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Highway 26 wasclosed near Mount Hood; the FBI is investigating the explosion.B1

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For the second year in a

row Crook County is asking the state for a drought declaration, which would open the

Measuring wisdom — How the mind improveswith age.B2

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way for assistance from state agencies. Crook County leaders sent a letter to Gov. Kate Brown

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asking her to declare a drought emergency, according to a news release issued Thursday.

6%

water supplies, snowpack, and rainfall that are typically available for irrigation and domestic use within Crook County are stored in various lakes and reservoirs throughout our county," reads the signed by two of the three members of the Crook County Court. "These reserves are

currently significantly below average, and estimated projec-

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voters want a say in

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alter human DNA in a way that canbe inherited.

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riculture, Water Resources

Department and Office Emergency Management, as well as other state agencies, to help

also to enhance qualities like beauty or intelligence.

Crook County. The county Office of Emergency Management reported the drought could affect agriculture by

The latter is a path that

mid- or late summer.

many ethicists believe

Before being considered by Gov. Brown, Crook County's

to cure genetic diseases, but

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the new technique is so

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change, when an expected 300,000residents get registered under Oregon's new automatic voter regis-

38%

New York Times News Service

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of snowpack means water in both will likely be drawn down earlier than normal this

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fourregisteredvoters in Oregon, including Deschutes County, doesn't belong to a political party and

Bloomberg News Source: Natural Resources Conservation Service

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Dry conditions,lowsnowpackmay mean anearlystart to fire season

In a crowded lab on the edge of Copenhagen, food scientists at Swiss biotech company Evolva Holding are scrambling to help reinvent one of the world's most pop-

over human heredity with

request must go before the State Drought Council, which

this technique, and that is

meets as needed and assesses

By Dylan J. Darling

ed the evacuation of nearly

why we are raising the is-

water conditions around the

The Bulletin

200 homes in and near west

sue," said David Baltimore, a former president ofthe California Institute of Tech-

state, according to the governor's office. The Oregon Office of Emergency Management leads the council. SeeDrought/A5

A warm winter with light snowfall in the mountains near Bend means wildfire

Bend. The human-caused

for this time of year as of

blaze, the exact cause of which remains under investigation by the Oregon

Wednesday, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free, according to the Natural Resources Conser-

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vation Service. Many of the

beer, and the Danish

Department of Forestry,

city has been a hub of

should never be taken. "You could exert control

nologyand amember of the group whose paper on the topic was published in the journal Science. Ethicists have been con-

cerned for decades about the dangers of altering the human germ line — meaningto make changes to human sperm, eggs or em-

See the geological reasons the Crooked RiverCaldera struggles to get enoughwater at bendbulletin.com/cronkwater

How the caldera was forme4

bryos that will last through

the life of the individual and be passed on to future

season could come early. typically occur in Central Oregon until August, said

burned mainly through pri-

automated snow sites monitored by the federal agency

vate timberland near Tumalo

report no snow for the first

Ed Keith, Deschutes County

Reservoir. While fire season last year was busy around

time in three decades of recording data. A year ago the

the Northwest, few fires affected Bend after the Two

basin had 54 percent of the

normal snowpack on March

these researchers are harnessing high-tech yeast to craft a far different quaff: the

Bulls Fire.

20. Rain fell in Bend last week,

perfect soda. In biotech labs the

and the National Weather

race is on to find the industry's holy grail

Timber fires do not

forester, but the lack of snow may lead to big blazes earlier. "This year it may be June or July," he said Wednesday. Last winter was similar, although with more snow,

and a late spring wildfire brought a scare to Bend be-

generations. Until now,

fore Central Oregon's usual

these worries have been theoretical. But a technique

summer fire season. The 6,908-acre Two Bulls Fire started June 7 and prompt-

invented in 2012 makes it

River Basin snowpack was only 9 percent of normal

Whether fire season

comes early this year this year depends on weather this spring, which starts today. Springbegins with a dismal snowpack in Central Oregon. The Deschutes/Crooked

fermentation innovation ever since. Now

Service forecast calls for springlike weather, with

— a soda that tastes

rain expected to fall in Bend

as good as the iconic

tonight and rain and snow

colas, is sweetened

possible early next week.

naturally, and has zero calories. SeeSoda/A4

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possible to edit the genome precisely and with much greater ease. The technique

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— to feel comfortable about

the consequences of changhumanity." ing heredity, even in a single — George Daley, stem cell expert individual." Many ethicists have accepted the idea of gene therapy, edge," said Baltimore, who was tack them so they are ready the changes that die with the paa member ofthe 1975 group. next time those same invaders tient, but draw a clear line at "So there is a moral authority appear. Researchers can sim- altering the germline, since you can assert from the U.S., ply prime the defense system these will extend to f u ture and that is what we hope to do." with a guide sequence of their generations. The British ParRecombinant DNA was the choice and it will then destroy liament in February approved first in a series of ever-improv- the matching DNA sequence the transfer of mitochondria, ing steps for manipulating ge- in any genome presented to it. small DNA-containing organnetic material. The chief prob- Doudna is the lead author of elles, to human eggs whose lem has always been one of the Science article calling for own mitochondria are defecaccuracy, of editing the DNA at control of the technique and or- tive. But that technique is less preciselythe intended site, since ganized the meeting at which far-reaching because no genes any off-target change could the statement was developed. are edited. be lethal. Two recent methods, Though highly efficient, the There are two broad schools known as zinc fingers and TAL technique occasionally cuts of thought on modifying the effectors, came dose to the goal the genome at unintended sites. human germline, said R. Alta of accurate genome editing, but The issue of how much mis- Charo, a bioethicist at the Uniboth are hard to use. The new targeting could be tolerated versity of W isconsin and a genome-edit ing approach was in a clinical setting is one that member of the Doudna group. inventedby Jennifer Doudna Doudna's group wants to see One is pragmatic and seeks to of the University of California, thoroughly explored before balance benefit and risk. The Berkeley, and Emmanuelle any humangenome isedited. other "sets up inherent limCharpentier of Umea UniversiScientists also say that re- its on how much humankind ty in Sweden. placing a defective gene with a should alter nature," she said. Their method, known by the normal one may seem entirely Some Christian doctrines opacronym Crispr-Cas9, co-opts harmless X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free perhaps would pose the idea of playing God, the natural immune system notbe. whereas in Judaism and Is"We worry about people lam there is the notion "that with which bacteria remember the DNA of the viruses that at- making changes w i thout humankind is supposed to

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for Stem Cell Research said Thursday that it supported the proposed moratorium.

The Doudna group calls for public discussion but is also working to develop some more formal process, such as an international meeting convened by the National Academy of Sciences, to establish guidelines for human use of the genome-editing technique. "We need some principled agreement that we want to enhance humans in this way or

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Principal picked for Bendschool Bend-La FIFA 18 serial key Superintendent Ron Wilkinson haspicked Scott Edmondson tobecome thenext principal at R.E. Jewell Elementary School, the district announced Thursday. Edmondson hasbeen the principal at SkyView Middle School for eight years. Hewill replace current Jewell Elementary Principal Kimberly Camren, who isstepping down July1. The district will begin looking for anewSky View MiddleSchool principal immediately. In other news,Lisa Birk waschosenasPacific Crest MiddleSchool's assistant principal. She is currently the assistant principal atBear Creek ElementarySchool. Pacific Crest is scheduled to open inthe fall.

Sewer service to be discussed Deschutes County and state agencieshave scheduled openhouses in April to discuss allowing sewerservice in unincorporated areas near La Pine. Extending sewerservice hasbeenproposed as a solution to ongoing concerns about nitrate levels in southernDeschutes Countygroundwater. The Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Land Conservation and Development havemade a case for extending the city's sewerservice. The extension is not allowedunder Oregon land use laws,but the state canmakean exception. Meetings havebeen scheduled from1-3 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. April 7 in the Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic 8 Recreation Center, 57250Overlook Road. Meetings also are scheduled for 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. April 30 at the La PineSenior Center, 16450 Victory Way. "The intent of these public meetings is to brief the audienceon the purpose of the . exception and toshow the proposedmapof southern Deschutes County wherethe . exception wouldapply," said Peter Russell, senior transportation planner for DeschutesCounty. Russell said staff members from thetwo state agenciesandthe county will give abrief summary of their portion of the project. The majority of the time will bespent listening to thepublic regarding the proposed exception, hesaid. After the two open houses, staff members from the state departments and thecounty will meet to decide whether findings about the exemption should be modified. Once finalized, the information will be part of a land useapplication to Deschutes County, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free. That application process will include public hearings before both the Deschutes County Planning Commission and the County Commission. X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free Bulletinstaffreports

Correction The headline "City makes deal for new park," which appeared Thursday, March19 on Page B1,should have attributed the deal to the Bend Park & Recreation District. The Bulletin regrets the error.

• Bend campus still less expensivefor some By Abby Spegman

quarter at the same rate as

The Bulletin

12 credits. The change was

the next school year, Oregon

phased in over three years beginning in 2012-13 to help

State University's discount

lessen the blow to students.

for students taking extra credits could be a thing of the

This fall, in-state undergraduates in Bend would pay

CORVALLIS — Beginning

past.

a $100 fee as part of the new

University trustees Thursday approved tuition

tuition structure, plus $174

increases that do away with

undergraduates in Corvallis would pay $100 plus $183 per

the long-standing tuition plateau, where undergraduates

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Tuition increasesat OSU-Cascades OSU trustees approved tuition increases Thursday that would affect students differently depending on how many credit hours they take per term. Since the rates amount to more than a 5percent increase, they must now beapproved by the state's Higher Education Coordinating Commission. 2014-15 tuition

2014-15 annualtuition for students taking 15 credit hours

Proposed 2015-16 tuition

2015-16 annualtuition for students taking 15 credit hours

In-state undergrad

$179/ credit hour

$7,245

$100+ $174/ credit hour

$8,130

Out-of-state undergrad

$613/ credit hour

$24,822

$335 + $582/ credit hour

$27,195

per credit hour, while in-state credit hour.

could take 13 to 16 credits per

SeeTuition /B5

Bend UGB steering committee meets

Source: Oregon State University

Greg Cross / The Bulletin

FIRST DAY OF SPRING

MOUNT HOOD

1found deadnear roadside explosion

By Tyler Leeds The Bulletin

Apartments, condos,

forest-fire risk and the migratory habits of elk are on the minds of city leaders as they prepare to expand Bend's urban growth boundary. The process is being overseen X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free a steering committee composed of the Bend City Council, two planning commissioners and Deschutes County Commissioner Tony

The Associated Press RHODODENDRON

— Federal agents spent hours investigating after one person was found dead

Thursdaynear the site of an explosion along U.S. Highway 26 on theflanks of Mount Hood. A spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of A l cohol,

Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said investigators believe only one person was present when an explosion took place early

DeBone. The committee

met for two hours Thursday to approve the groundwork laid by a group of about 60 volunteers. The

Thursday outside a white

car parked along the road, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free. Spokesman Brian Bennett said he doesn't believe any other explosive material

steering committee's work was brief compared to the

effort behind the proposals they approved, which entailed days of discussions and arguments on everything from population projections to how much parking a condo needs. The urban growth boundary is the line around a city beyond

Joe Kline i The Bulletin

Designer Mindy Mason arranges tulips Wednesday afternoon at Donner Flower Shop in Bend.

entral Oregon is in early bloom, but to see the state's best color, you'll have to head northwest to Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, where the tulip

which new development is heavily restricted. In order

festival starts today.

for the state to approve

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an expansion, a city must

demonstrate it has made the most of the land available and has a real need to

grow. In 2010, the state rejected the city's bid to expand

its boundary to accommodate growth through 2028, arguing a better plan was needed for redevelopment and the intention to take in 8,000 acres was

unjustified. This time around, the

city is working on a plan with a greater emphasis on redeveloping and a smaller expansion, somewhere

in the ballpark of 1,000 to 3,000 acres, according to

city staff. The city's volunteers were divided into three

technical advisory committees assigned to respectively study residential needs, employment needs and the boundary.

He said it's going to take a while to determine what

happened. FBI spokesman Beth Anne Steele said the medical examiner will determine the cause of death.

Highway 26 between Rhododendron and Gov-

ernment Camp, closed most of the day, reopened

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was found at the site. He described the death as "a tragedy" and added, "at this point it doesn't look like a criminal act"

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By Tyler Leeds The Bulletin

The Bend City Council narrowly backed a plan to replace the Mirror Pond

dam following a testy debate over the health of

the Deschutes River and downtown redevelopment. The 4-3 vote occurred

the stretch of Third Street

late Wednesday night after the council heard from a crowd vociferously opposed to the plan. It's not a done deal, as the dam won't be going anywhere in the near future, but the council backed exploring the project's feasibility, something it will accom-

just east of downtown. Planning Manager Brian

plish with the Bend Park & Recreation District.

The work of the residential

and employment committeeswas presented together and focused on

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The proposal calls

Rankin noted the site is

used almost exclusively by businesses, but may be

for the removal of the 100-year-old Mirror Pond

reinvented into a mixed-

dam and the addition of a

use neighborhood with

natural-looking structure that will maintain the current water level while

apartments. "You could consider it

as extending downtown eastward toward the park-

way while creating a more intensive connection to the historic downtown," Rankin told the steering committee. See UGB /B5

Submitted photo r Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm

providing fish passage and a path for kayakers and float ers.The floorof the pond would be partly dredged to speed the passing of water and deter the buildup of sediment. SeeMirror Pond/B2


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KitZhader emailS —The Oregon Department of Justice is delaying the release of former Gov.John Kitzhaber's emails to a federal grand jury. Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum's office agreed last month not to release Kitzhaber's emails if his lawyer filed a motion to block X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free federal subpoena. Rosenblum's office said the motion has been filed. Kitzhaber's lawyer, Janet Hoffman, said shecan't confirm she's filed the motion becausegrand jury proceedings are secret. Emails from Kitzhaber's personal and professional accounts were archived on state servers. Hoffman is trying to prevent the state from giving the personal emails to federal investigators, as well as the official emails between Kitzhaber and his government attorneys. A spokeswoman for Rosenblum said that other documents have been provided in response to the subpoena.

By Jeff Barnard The Associated Press

Public

h e a lt h off i c i als

Thursday issued a plea to parents of University of Oregon students to get their children vaccinated against meningitis

BrOWn ViSiting Pendleten —Gov. Kate Brown is visiting Pendleton in her first official trip to Eastern Oregon. Brown hastwo public events scheduled for her two-day trip to the east side of the Cascades. She toured aworkforce housing project Thursday and watch a training flight at the Pendleton UnmannedAerial Systems Test Site today. Brown took over asgovernor Feb. 18after John Kitzhaber resigned amid anethics scandal. A X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free said Brown's previous public events have been inPortland and Salem.She's also met with newspaper editorial boards in Corvallis and Eugene.

after a sixth student has been found infected with the bacte-

ria that can cause the potentially fatal disease.

Dr. Paul Cieslak, director of infectious diseases for the Oregon Public Health Division, said the outbreak is far from over. He urged patents to

Detained dad releaSed —A fatherwhospent 2t/2 years in jail as a material witness waiting to testify in his son's murder trial is free to go after spending a couple of hours on the witness stand Thursday. Benito Vasquez-Hernandezdid not commit a crime, but a judge ordered the Mexico native to be kept behind bars because it was feared hewould flee rather testify against his son, who is accused of killing a Hillsboro womanwho vanished in 2012. Onthe stand, Vazquez-Hernandez repeatedly said hesaw nothing, while a prosecutor reminded him that he told detectives in 2012 hesawhis son with a bloody knife and that his son told him he killed a woman. After testifying, the father returned to jail to be processed for release.

get their children to have the

meningitis B vaccine before they leavethe Eugene campus, or when they get home during spring break. The university has been conducting an i ntense vac-

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cination campaign, but so far only 9,000 of the 22,000

undergraduates have gotten shots. A university official said

Brian Davies/The (Eugene) Register-Guard file photo

to overcome young people's tendency to ignore preventa-

Pharmacist Jenna Wright administers the Meningitis B vaccine to University of Oregon freshman Drew Russert during a mass vaccination clinic at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene on March 2. Public health officials have confirmed a sixth case in the outbreak of the contagious bacterial disease that has killed one student at the University of Oregon. A drive to get students vaccinated is less than half-

tive health care. The meningi-

way to its goal, and public health officials issued a plea Thursday for parents to get students vaccinat-

tis vaccine is not mandatory.

ed during spring break next week.

the administration is working

"We are realistic about the

effort needed to convince 19and 20-year-old to take an er offers three shots over six

meningitis, which infects the lining of the brain or spinal cord. One vaccine offers two shots over a month. The oth-

have been sent to parents. students who didn't get vacci- The university has worked Students who have been in nated. So we are hoping par- with insurance companies to close contact with those who ents will persuade them." be surethe vaccinations are came down with the disease Graduate students who live covered. are given X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free antibiotic to kill in campus housing are also Meningococcal disease is bacteria that may be current- beingurged tobevaccinated. rare, with 1,000 to 2,000 cases ly in their nasal passages. Cieslak said hundreds or per year among the U.S. popThere have been six cases even thousands of students ulation of 300 million people, since Jan. 13. One has died, have likely been exposed, but often erupts in outbreaks an 18-year-old f r eshman though only some will come among young people under woman on the acrobatics and down with the disease. stress in a new place, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free, such as tumbling team. Around campus there are college campuses and miliFive of the six cases, includ- posters featuring smiling stu- tary boot camps, where they ing the young woman who dent-athletes showing off the are exposed to diseases for died, involved blood infec- arm where they were vacci- which they have no immunity, tions, Cieslak said. nated, and sporting a green or said Dr. Patrick Luedtke, Lane "It is not possible to have gold adhesive bandage with County public health officer. been on the University of Or- the school logo on it. In early Cieslak said he did not exegon campusthe lastseveral March, vaccinations were of- pect meningitis vaccine to weeks and not know there fered at the university's bas- become mandatory, because are meningococcal cases," ketball arena, and students it remains rare, and the rates he said. "And the vaccine is are now being urged to go of infection have been coming available. Messaging is ubiq- to local pharmacies. Emails down.

Mirror Pond

dubbed the "preferred alternative," and to commit to explor-

important action for preven-

tative health care," university spokeswoman Julie Brown said. "We expect this is going to take time to continue to

have a steady increase in the number of students vaccinat-

ed on our campus." The latest case is a 20-yearold sophomore man who lives off campus, and he went to an outpatient clinic with flu-like symptoms. Students are being offered two different types of new v accines that t arget th e B

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months.

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Campbell said she doesn't own a bike, but said she would "be happy there aren't as many other people driving in their cars when I drive." Clinton said he supported a

section of proposed development north of Newport Avenue but not south, which in-

cludes the parking lots. Chudowsky argued it's impossible to find a plan that

everyone will agree on, but if the city doesn't move forward, "things will fall apart." Knight highlighted the new ability to control the pond's level as a selling point. The banks of the pond are vulnerable to flooding when ice melts in the winter and spring. — Reporter: 541-633-216O, tleedsibendbulletift.com

The Bulletin will update items inthe Police Logwhensuch a request is received. Anynewinformation, such asthe dismissal of chargesor acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358.

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Dil train Settlement —The owner of an oil train terminal in northwest Oregon hasagreed to pay areduced fine for moving six times more crude oil in 2013 thanwas allowed. Thefine was cut by $15,000, to $102,292. Thestate Department of Environmental Quality said the premise of fine originally was that the company acted intentionally in shipping nearly 300 million gallons through the terminal near Clatskanie. But the agency nowsays it can prove only that the companyacted negligently. Massachusetts-based Global Partners admitted no wrongdoing. Its lawyer said the company disagreed with the penalty but was happy the issue is resolved. Trains carrying North Dakota crude oil began moving through Oregon in 2012. At the Clatskanie terminal, it's put on barges for West Coast refineries.

SOn SentenCed in father'S murder — A21-year-old Ontario man has beensentenced to more than six years in prison with no option for parole or early release in the death of his father. Gregory Escobedo Jr. pleaded guilty in February to second-degree manslaughter in the death of 39-year-old Gregory Escobedo Sr., also ofOntario.Theyoung manwassentencedTuesday.Thepleacame six months after Ontario police responded to aJune16 assault outside an apartment complex. Theolder man suffered multiple stab woundsand waspronounceddeadatahospital.Defenselawyer Brenden Alexander says the violence beganwith a "parenting issue" at a birthday party and escalated. HOmeleSS mall Stallhed —Police in Portland say a 52-year-old homelessman sufferedastabwoundwhen hewasattackedonone of the city's bridges over the Willamette River. Sgt. Pete Simpson X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free witnesses described a group of five male "street kids" as being involved in the Wednesdayevening attack at the west end of the Hawthorne Bridge. They ranaway. Theunidentified victim was taken to a hospital. Simpson said the woundwas not life-threatening. Gillnet uSeage —The Oregon Court of Appeals has upheld state rules X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free the use of gillnets on the main stem of the Columbia River. Commercial fishermen shunted to side channels and tributaries by the rules challenged them in court. The nets have long been the primary method of commercial fishing on the Columbia. Former Gov. John Kitzhaber sought the rules after a long dispute. Thenets hook fish by the gills. Critics said they hurt salmon becausethey catch fish indiscriminately, hauling in endangeredand other fish alike. Fisherman opposed to the rules said they maytake their case to the state SupremeCourt, or ask the newgovernor, Kate Brown, for relief. — From wire reports

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Riverside Boulevard. Theft —Atheft was reported at11:15 a.m. March18, in the1600 block of NE Lotus Drive. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at12:40 p.m. March18, in the300 block of NE Franklin Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 2:27 p.m. March18, In the1100 block of SE Centennial Street. Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported enteredat10:25 a.m. March

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do with what "we are as a country." dents seem to sound discriminatory fiasco. The announcement that Charles McCoy and exclusionary about food carts. OSU has contracted to spend an Bend Don't they fit the town theme'? Just additional $100,000 of our money put a western facade like a covered to retain a PR firm to now "retool wagon or a sheep herders wagon or its pitch" to the community about Bad plan for campus maybe a circus wagon since that's "the benefits of a college can bring The recent B u lletin e d itorial what you've turned this into. such amore skilled force and new chastising OSU-Cascades for not Ed Endsley businesses to serve the students" is defending their position regarding Bend beyond comprehension and is on the west-side building site is quite top the school's request for additiontelling. It illustrates that many folks OSU-Cascades isdestined al substantial funding to prepare a

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Buddy Elias, the closest living relative of Anne Frank and an ardent guardian of her legacy, died Monday at his home in Basel, S witzerland —

Franks' literary

legacy himself after his wife, Gerti, while

cleaning out the attic

a hou s e

of their house in

whose attic yielded a cache of l ong-forgotten letters from Anne and her family that formed the basis of a recent book. He was 89.

2001, came across a trove of letters, postcards and photographs — some

His death was announced

by the Anne Frank Fonds, a charitable fund in Basel be-

6,000 items in allsent to the Eliases

gun by Anne's father, Otto.

At his death, Elias was the fund's president, a post he

by the Franks, including the young Anne.

had held since 1996.

Elias was Anne's first cousin, four years older an and professional ice skat-

material ultimately formed the basis of a narrative non-

er, he lectured worldwide on the Frank family and on the

f iction b o o k"Treasures From the Attic" (also titled

mission of the fund, which supports social and cultural projects centered on tolerance. A childhood playmate of

Elias was also instrumen-

tal in supplying material for a 2003 exhibition at the U.S. H olocaust Memorial M u -

seum in Washington. The

went into hiding in Nazi-oc-

exhibition featured exam-

cupied Amsterdam, and ends in 1944, before they

ples of all of Anne's writing, including her essays and short stories, many of them

ed by the Gestapo.

Services: Funeral service will be held Sat., Mar. 28, 2015 at 10:00 AM in the White & Day Mortuary, Redondo Beach, CA. Crypt entombment will follow at Pacific Crest Cemetery.

A nne died at 15 in t h e Bergen-Belsen c o ncentra-

never before seen in public, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free. (Her full literary output was published that year as part of "The Diary of Anne

tion camp, shortly before the end of the war; Margot

well-received

Samuel Charters, 85:American music historian whose

Frank: The Revised Critical

Edition.")

also died there. Their mother, Edith, died in Auschwitz. Otto Frank, who survived Auschwitz, established the Anne Frank Fonds in 1963. He died in 1980. F irst published i n t h e Netherlands in 1947, Anne's

the world:

Bernhard Elias was born on June 2, 1925, in Frankfurt, where the Franks also

lived. As a boy, he often visited the Frank children, putting on puppet shows and playing hide-and-seek. "Anne was always good at hiding," Elias told CNN.

a d a ptations

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com in 2012. In 1929, Elias' father, a merchant, was transferred

to his company's Swiss office. Two years later, Buddy and his mother joined him in Basel, where they remained for the duration of the war and beyond. After Hitler came to power in

books and f ield r esearch One of the chief functions helped detonate the blues and of the Anne Frank Fonds is folk music revival of the 1960s to control the copyrights to and 1970s. Died Wednesday at Anne's writings, including his home in Arsta, Sweden. the diary. As its president, Arthur Hartman, 89: Wash- Elias was called upon to ington's longest-serving am- say yea or nay — and it was bassador to the Soviet Union. quite often nay — to proDied Monday in Washington. posed works, from novels to Allen Jerkens, 85: Hall of stage plays to musicals, that Fame thoroughbred trainer sought to use Anne's words. who was known as the Giant (As was widely reported, he Killer for springing some of also once stopped a Spanish horseracing'sgreatestupsets. company from marketing Died Wednesday in Aventura, Anne Frank bluejeans.) Florida after being hospitalElias wound up adding to ized with an infection for sev- the Franks' literary legacy eral weeks. himself after his wife, Gerti, — From wire reports

Tom

ings, the committee decided to start at 2014.

"What actually happened

in the interim doesn't change

the need of the populace," said Sid Snyder, a member of the disagreed with the body's decision. "We looked at this as a need issue, and what the fu-

ture need of Bend willbe didn't changejustbecause some sin-

while noting that much work

sitesare based on a variety of criteria, such as their topogra-

phy, proximity to sewers and elk migratory patterns, and fire risk. The next step is to combine

the maps and to see which areas score the highest on the full

range of criteria. The boundary committee voted to leave out maps of fire risk from the

composite and instead use them "qualitatively." The reasoning behind this move was that those maps lacked a desired level of precision, though a number of committee mem-

bers disagreed. Some city councilors appeared skeptical of this move,

including Mayor Jim Clinton, who said, "All the maps are

is left to be done and numbers somewhat arbitrary." can move. Rankin explained Nonetheless, the steering the housing mix is only a goal, committee passed the proposand changes to the city's devel- al, agreeing to include the fire opment code intended to spur maps in the discussion but not multifamily development could in the composite map. have a range of impacts. The city hopes to complete The other point of contro- its work on the proposal and versy concerned the boundary submit it to the state by 2016. committee's work. So far, the — Reporter: 541-633-2160, group has produced a range tleeds@bendbulletin.com

"Are these changes going to its; in Bend, there are more impact our ability to recruit

Tuition

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part-time students also tak-

and retain students to meet

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with which he toured the

world as a comic skater. He later had an extensive career in film, television and

theater, much of it in Germany, before returning to

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Elias' survivors include his wife; tw o s o ns, Pat-

fully put away by his moth-

rick and Oliver; and five grandchildren. To the end of his life, Elias recalled a Frank fam-

er, Helene Frank Elias, who was Otto's sister.

"On July 5, 1942, Otto

Frank sent a p o stcard to us telling us that we would have to understand that we

ily letter sent to his mother in 1945, just after the war's end. The letter was f r om Otto, who informed Elias'

could not correspond anymore," Elias recalled in a

2008 interview. "We knew mother that he had survived t hen that t hey w er e g o - but Edith had not. He was ing to hide. But we had no determined, he wrote, to lo-

idea where. And from then

cate Margot and Anne. "All my hopes are for the

on, there was no c ontact

w r o te. "I

anymore." It took Buddy and Gerti

children," Otto

Elias more than two years to

they are still alive and that

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boundary. The maps display

1933, Anne's father moved his branch of the family to Amsterdam, which the Na-

while cleaning out the attic

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member of th e r esidential committee and executive dicommittee called for 55 per- rector of the region's housing cent single-family homes, 10 agency, said striving for more percent single-family attached multifamily units would be housing, which often means unrealistic. "Rents aren't high enough townhouses, and 35 percent multifamily, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free, which is common- here to jump-start that kind of ly apartments. construction," Kemper said. However, X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free, after learning that Rankin added that additionfrom 2008 to mid-2014, about al apartments may be added 83 percent of the 2,912 new res- above commercialproperties, idences built were single-fam- something that isn't accountily homes, the committee ed for in the committee's work was tasked with determining so far. City Councilor Victor whether to begin applying its C hudowsky, chairman o f housing mix to all homes built X-Plane Flight Simulator 11.7.0 Crack + Product Key 2022 Free steering committee, arsince 2008 or those built since gued "unattainable goals are 2014. Startingthe count in 2008 de-motivating." would mean the city would The s teering c o m mittee plan for more multifamily voted unanimously to adopt houses while beginning in 2014 the work of the residential would lead to less. In its meet- and employment committees,

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GYMNASTICS Bend's Ohlrich in Pac-12 meet A gymnast from Bend is part of the Oregon State team that will be competing in the Pac-12 women's championship meet Saturday in Salt Lake City. Katelyn Ohlrich, a Mountain Viewgraduate, is a senior co-captain for the Beavers, whohave the No. 3seed in the eight-team competition. Ohlrich is in herfourth year with the Beavers and is part of thetheir balance beamlineup. — Bulletin staff report

FOOTBALL

Memorial set for Bill Enyart

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NCAA TOURNAMENTS

Beaversreadyto open "'"'"' ~

tournament at home By Steve Gress

8 seed Middle Tennessee be-

Corvallis Gazette-Times

fore falling to top seed South

CORVALLIS — When the Oregon State women's basketball team earned an NCAA

Carolina. That success, and disap-

pointment of a loss, fueled the

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NCAA men's tournament: Oregon vs. OklahomaState When:3:45 p.m. today TV:TBS Radio:KBND1110-AM, 100.1-FM

a shock. The Beavers closed last sea- to the national title. son by winning nine straight Oregon State (26-4) has Pac-12 games, and the streak accomplished the first part stretched to 11 before they fell of that goal, as the Beavers in the title game of the Pac-12 received a No. 3 seed and tournament. will host the first and second They were the No. 9 seed rounds — the NCAA changed and went to Seattle for the

the rules to allow the top 16

first and seconds rounds when they knocked off No.

seeds to host this season. See Beavers/C3

Different looksfor Du cks in 3 teumeys By Steve Mims

Ducks past Oklahoma State

The (Eugene) Register-Guard

and Saint Louis two years ago

OMAHA, Neb. — Oregon men's basketball coach Dana Altman has taken the Ducks to three straight NCAA tournaments with three different

before Oregon lost to eventual

teams. A different leadership group has emerged each season to help the Ducks put together their longest string of NCAAwomen'stournnment:South Dakota State at Oregon State When:2 p.m. today TV:ESPN

trips to the Big Dance. E.J. Singler, an Ernie Kent

recruit inherited by Altman when he arrived at Oregon in 2010, and one-year trans-

champion Louisville. Last season, seniors Johnathan Loyd,Mike Moser and

Jason Calliste helped the Ducks finish strong to reach the tournament, where they

defeated BYU before almost upsetting Wisconsin. Joseph Young and Elgin Cook, the two veterans on

the roster this season, have come up big to get Oregon (25-9) back to the NCAA tournament.

See Ducks /C3

fer Arsalan Kazemi led the

CORVALLIS — A

memorial service for Bill Enyart, an Oregon State football legend who lived in Bendfor many years after his playing career anddied last month at age67, has been set for April 11 in Corvallis. The memorial is scheduled for 3 p.m. on the club level at Reser Stadium onthe Oregon State campus. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be directed to the OSUathletics department's "Beavers Without Borders" fund. Checks should be made payable to the OSU Foundation (noting "Enyart Memorial gift") and sent to 850 SW 35th St., Corvallis, OR, 97333. Donations can also be made byphone by calling Our Beaver

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Bulletin staff report

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SISTERS — Down five runs heading into the bottom of the

third inning Thursday, Sisters, as Outlaws coach Steve Hodges described it, "put the pedal to the metal."

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game last season, begin its quest toward another deep

Sisters, which advanced to the

postseason run.

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Justin Harrer went 3-for-3 with a home run and five RBIs

Class 4A state championship

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Chip Ganassi Racing off to a solid start through the first month of the NA-

SCAR season. McMurray finished second Sunday at Phoenix, where he had an oppor-

and four RBIs for Sisters.

tunity on a final restart to

Zach Morganbeltedtwo dou-

snatch the win away from

bles, and Jonathan Luz went 3-for-5 to add to the Outlaws' 12-hit attack.

Kevin Harvick. It would have been a steal after the

with two RBIs.

"I thought it was a good game, kind of a back-andforth game," said Mountain

today and was hitting the ball extremely hard," Hodges said of Harrer. "He's going to be a big part of our offense this

happy that someone else has done well."

year, for sure." Ryan Funk chipped in with three hits, including a double,

The Cougars had 10 hits and were led by Cody Anthony, who was 4-for-5, and Rich Madrigal, who was 2-for-2

today," Hodges said. "Coming back and having two big innings . was really nice to see."

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way Harvick dominated, so McMurray was satisfied with second.

It followed an 11th-place finish the week before in Las Vegas and a strong run that was ended early at Atlanta when he was caught in a crash.

See McMurray/C4

and they capitalized on a cou-

ple of misplayed balls."

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Correction A story headlined "Athletes thaw at Icebreaker" that appeared in Thursday's Bulletin on page C3contained incorrect information about Bend High's baseball gameagainst Henley. Justin Parsons had two doubles for the Lava Bears. The error was the result of incorrect information provided to The Bulletin.

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eighth straight Class 5A track

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and field state championship but set an all-classifications

was any indication.

PRINEVILLE — Last sea-

son, Summit not only won its

team points state record.

The Stormarepoisedto exact even more damage this season, if Thursday afternoon

With Emma Normand placing first in both the 100- and

200-meter dashes, the Summit girls racked up 259 points to

defeat runner-up Crook Coun-

Crook County's Danielle

ty by a resounding 151 points at the Breaking the Ice-Ice

Michael won the pole vault,

Breaker.

and Jordynn Slater won the shot put and discus for La

Emma Stevensonwon the Pine, which was fourth as a long jump and finished second team. Madras' Elle Renault in the 100 for the Storm, while claimed top honors in the Camille Weaver took first in javelin, and Culver's Emma the 100 hurdles and second in

the triple jump.

Knepp was third in the 800. SeeStorm /C4

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JomieMcMurray sayscooperation between his ond Kyle Lorson's teams hove led to a fast start for Chip

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"It definitely would've hit the rim," UCLA guard Isaac

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try's U.S. sales.

Continued from A1 House Majority Leader Val Hoyle, D-Eugene, filed House Bill 3500 on Thursday

morning. "I heard from many people in the last election cycle that

they felt those voters deserve to have a voice in choosing the candidates for the general

election. This bill would allow them to do so," Hoyle told The Bulletin.

The flock of voters leaving two of the state's major parties has been a growing trend and a headache for Oregon's Republican and Democratic parties, which have struggled to maintain numbers.

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genetics researcher

scribedherself as more of a pragmatist, saying, "I would try to regulate such things

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present a plan to treat genetic diseases in the human

year, Mike Ryan, emergency manager for the Crook Coun-

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while," he said. Along with agriculture, he added that low reservoirs this

summer couldalso affectrecreation, particularly boating and fishing. The Natural Resources

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around Oregon, and of those, 75 percent were snow-free Thursday, said Julie Koeberle, a snow hydrologist with the federalagency's office in

tions"are discussed among scientific and governmental organizations." Though such a moratorium would not be legally enforceable and might seem unlikely to exert global sway, there is a precedent.

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ing the rival zinc finger technique for genome editing also changes mean in terms of the called for a moratorium on overall genome," Baltimore human germline modification, said. "I personally think we are saying that use of current techjust not smart enough — and nologies would be "dangerous won't be for a very long time and ethically unacceptable." the knowledge of what those

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The International Society

for Stem Cell Research said Thursday that it supported the proposed moratorium.

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Principal picked for Bendschool Bend-La PineSchools Superintendent Ron Wilkinson haspicked Scott Edmondson tobecome thenext principal at R.E. Jewell Elementary School, the district announced Thursday. Edmondson hasbeen the principal at SkyView Middle School for eight years. Hewill replace current Jewell Elementary Principal Kimberly Camren, who isstepping down July1. The district will begin looking for anewSky View MiddleSchool principal immediately. In other news,Lisa Birk waschosenasPacific Crest MiddleSchool's assistant principal. She is currently the assistant principal atBear Creek ElementarySchool. Pacific Crest is scheduled to open inthe fall.

Sewer service to be discussed Deschutes County and state agencieshave scheduled openhouses in April to discuss allowing sewerservice in unincorporated areas near La Pine. Extending sewerservice hasbeenproposed as a solution to ongoing concerns about nitrate levels in southernDeschutes Countygroundwater. The Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Land Conservation and Development havemade a case for extending the city's sewerservice. The extension is not allowedunder Oregon land use laws,but the state canmakean exception. Meetings havebeen scheduled from1-3 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. April 7 in the Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic 8 Recreation Center, 57250Overlook Road. Meetings also are scheduled for 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. April 30 at the La PineSenior Center, 16450 Victory Way. "The intent of these public meetings is to brief the audienceon the purpose of the ... exception and toshow the proposedmapof southern Deschutes County wherethe ... exception wouldapply," said Peter Russell, senior transportation planner for DeschutesCounty. Russell said staff members from thetwo state agenciesandthe county will give abrief summary of their portion of the project. The majority of the time will bespent listening to thepublic regarding the proposed exception, hesaid. After the two open houses, staff members from the state departments and thecounty will meet to decide whether findings about the exemption should be modified. Once finalized, the information will be part of a land useapplication to Deschutes County. That application process will include public hearings before both the Deschutes County Planning Commission and the County Commission. — Bulletinstaffreports

Correction The headline "City makes deal for new park," which appeared Thursday, March19 on Page B1,should have attributed the deal to the Bend Park & Recreation District. The Bulletin regrets the error.

• Bend campus still less expensivefor some By Abby Spegman

quarter at the same rate as

The Bulletin

12 credits. The change was

the next school year, Oregon

phased in over three years beginning in 2012-13 to help

State University's discount

lessen the blow to students.

for students taking extra credits could be a thing of the

This fall, in-state undergraduates in Bend would pay

CORVALLIS — Beginning

past.

a $100 fee as part of the new

University trustees Thursday approved tuition

tuition structure, plus $174

increases that do away with

undergraduates in Corvallis would pay $100 plus $183 per

the long-standing tuition plateau, where undergraduates

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Tuition increasesat OSU-Cascades OSU trustees approved tuition increases Thursday that would affect students differently depending on how many credit hours they take per term. Since the rates amount to more than a 5percent increase, they must now beapproved by the state's Higher Education Coordinating Commission. 2014-15 tuition

2014-15 annualtuition for students taking 15 credit hours

Proposed 2015-16 tuition

2015-16 annualtuition for students taking 15 credit hours

In-state undergrad

$179/ credit hour

$7,245

$100+ $174/ credit hour

$8,130

Out-of-state undergrad

$613/ credit hour

$24,822

$335 + $582/ credit hour

$27,195

per credit hour, while in-state credit hour.

could take 13 to 16 credits per

SeeTuition /B5

Bend UGB steering committee meets

Source: Oregon State University

Greg Cross / The Bulletin

FIRST DAY OF SPRING

MOUNT HOOD

1found deadnear roadside explosion

By Tyler Leeds The Bulletin

Apartments, condos,

forest-fire risk and the migratory habits of elk are on the minds of city leaders as they prepare to expand Bend's urban growth boundary. The process is being overseen by a steering committee composed of the Bend City Council, two planning commissioners and Deschutes County Commissioner Tony

The Associated Press RHODODENDRON

— Federal agents spent hours investigating after one person was found dead

Thursdaynear the site of an explosion along U.S. Highway 26 on theflanks of Mount Hood. A spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of A l cohol,

Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said investigators believe only one person was present when an explosion took place early

DeBone. The committee

met for two hours Thursday to approve the groundwork laid by a group of about 60 volunteers. The

Thursday outside a white

car parked along the road. Spokesman Brian Bennett said he doesn't believe any other explosive material

steering committee's work was brief compared to the

effort behind the proposals they approved, which entailed days of discussions and arguments on everything from population projections to how much parking a condo needs. The urban growth boundary is the line around a city beyond

Joe Kline i The Bulletin

Designer Mindy Mason arranges tulips Wednesday afternoon at Donner Flower Shop in Bend.

entral Oregon is in early bloom, but to see the state's best color, you'll have to head northwest to Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, where the tulip

which new development is heavily restricted. In order

festival starts today.

for the state to approve

Travelingfortulips

an expansion, a city must

demonstrate it has made the most of the land available and has a real need to

grow. In 2010, the state rejected the city's bid to expand

its boundary to accommodate growth through 2028, arguing a better plan was needed for redevelopment and the intention to take in 8,000 acres was

unjustified. This time around, the

city is working on a plan with a greater emphasis on redeveloping and a smaller expansion, somewhere

in the ballpark of 1,000 to 3,000 acres, according to

city staff. The city's volunteers were divided into three

technical advisory committees assigned to respectively study residential needs, employment needs and the boundary.

He said it's going to take a while to determine what

happened. FBI spokesman Beth Anne Steele said the medical examiner will determine the cause of death.

Highway 26 between Rhododendron and Gov-

ernment Camp, closed most of the day, reopened

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was found at the site. He described the death as "a tragedy" and added, "at this point it doesn't look like a criminal act"

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By Tyler Leeds The Bulletin

The Bend City Council narrowly backed a plan to replace the Mirror Pond

dam following a testy debate over the health of

the Deschutes River and downtown redevelopment. The 4-3 vote occurred

the stretch of Third Street

late Wednesday night after the council heard from a crowd vociferously opposed to the plan. It's not a done deal, as the dam won't be going anywhere in the near future, but the council backed exploring the project's feasibility, something it will accom-

just east of downtown. Planning Manager Brian

plish with the Bend Park & Recreation District.

The work of the residential

and employment committeeswas presented together and focused on

what areas in the city's current boundary could be redeveloped. An area that may see the most redevelopment is

The proposal calls

Rankin noted the site is

used almost exclusively by businesses, but may be

for the removal of the 100-year-old Mirror Pond

reinvented into a mixed-

dam and the addition of a

use neighborhood with

natural-looking structure that will maintain the current water level while

apartments. "You could consider it

as extending downtown eastward toward the park-

way while creating a more intensive connection to the historic downtown," Rankin told the steering committee. See UGB /B5

Submitted photo r Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm

providing fish passage and a path for kayakers and float ers.The floorof the pond would be partly dredged to speed the passing of water and deter the buildup of sediment. SeeMirror Pond/B2


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KitZhader emailS —The Oregon Department of Justice is delaying the release of former Gov.John Kitzhaber's emails to a federal grand jury. Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum's office agreed last month not to release Kitzhaber's emails if his lawyer filed a motion to block a federal subpoena. Rosenblum's office said the motion has been filed. Kitzhaber's lawyer, Janet Hoffman, said shecan't confirm she's filed the motion becausegrand jury proceedings are secret. Emails from Kitzhaber's personal and professional accounts were archived on state servers. Hoffman is trying to prevent the state from giving the personal emails to federal investigators, as well as the official emails between Kitzhaber and his government attorneys. A spokeswoman for Rosenblum said that other documents have been provided in response to the subpoena.

By Jeff Barnard The Associated Press

Public

h e a lt h off i c i als

Thursday issued a plea to parents of University of Oregon students to get their children vaccinated against meningitis

BrOWn ViSiting Pendleten —Gov. Kate Brown is visiting Pendleton in her first official trip to Eastern Oregon. Brown hastwo public events scheduled for her two-day trip to the east side of the Cascades. She toured aworkforce housing project Thursday and watch a training flight at the Pendleton UnmannedAerial Systems Test Site today. Brown took over asgovernor Feb. 18after John Kitzhaber resigned amid anethics scandal. A spokesman said Brown's previous public events have been inPortland and Salem.She's also met with newspaper editorial boards in Corvallis and Eugene.

after a sixth student has been found infected with the bacte-

ria that can cause the potentially fatal disease.

Dr. Paul Cieslak, director of infectious diseases for the Oregon Public Health Division, said the outbreak is far from over. He urged patents to

Detained dad releaSed —A fatherwhospent 2t/2 years in jail as a material witness waiting to testify in his son's murder trial is free to go after spending a couple of hours on the witness stand Thursday. Benito Vasquez-Hernandezdid not commit a crime, but a judge ordered the Mexico native to be kept behind bars because it was feared hewould flee rather testify against his son, who is accused of killing a Hillsboro womanwho vanished in 2012. Onthe stand, Vazquez-Hernandez repeatedly said hesaw nothing, while a prosecutor reminded him that he told detectives in 2012 hesawhis son with a bloody knife and that his son told him he killed a woman. After testifying, the father returned to jail to be processed for release.

get their children to have the

meningitis B vaccine before they leavethe Eugene campus, or when they get home during spring break. The university has been conducting an i ntense vac-

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cination campaign, but so far only 9,000 of the 22,000

undergraduates have gotten shots. A university official said

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to overcome young people's tendency to ignore preventa-

Pharmacist Jenna Wright administers the Meningitis B vaccine to University of Oregon freshman Drew Russert during a mass vaccination clinic at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene on March 2. Public health officials have confirmed a sixth case in the outbreak of the contagious bacterial disease that has killed one student at the University of Oregon. A drive to get students vaccinated is less than half-

tive health care. The meningi-

way to its goal, and public health officials issued a plea Thursday for parents to get students vaccinat-

tis vaccine is not mandatory.

ed during spring break next week.

the administration is working

"We are realistic about the

effort needed to convince 19and 20-year-old to take an er offers three shots over six

meningitis, which infects the lining of the brain or spinal cord. One vaccine offers two shots over a month. The oth-

have been sent to parents. students who didn't get vacci- The university has worked Students who have been in nated. So we are hoping par- with insurance companies to close contact with those who ents will persuade them." be surethe vaccinations are came down with the disease Graduate students who live covered. are given an antibiotic to kill in campus housing are also Meningococcal disease is bacteria that may be current- beingurged tobevaccinated. rare, with 1,000 to 2,000 cases ly in their nasal passages. Cieslak said hundreds or per year among the U.S. popThere have been six cases even thousands of students ulation of 300 million people, since Jan. 13. One has died, have likely been exposed, but often erupts in outbreaks an 18-year-old f r eshman though only some will come among young people under woman on the acrobatics and down with the disease. stress in a new place, such as tumbling team. Around campus there are college campuses and miliFive of the six cases, includ- posters featuring smiling stu- tary boot camps, where they ing the young woman who dent-athletes showing off the are exposed to diseases for died, involved blood infec- arm where they were vacci- which they have no immunity, tions, Cieslak said. nated, and sporting a green or said Dr. Patrick Luedtke, Lane "It is not possible to have gold adhesive bandage with County public health officer. been on the University of Or- the school logo on it. In early Cieslak said he did not exegon campusthe lastseveral March, vaccinations were of- pect meningitis vaccine to weeks and not know there fered at the university's bas- become mandatory, because are meningococcal cases," ketball arena, and students it remains rare, and the rates he said. "And the vaccine is are now being urged to go of infection have been coming available. Messaging is ubiq- to local pharmacies. Emails down.

Mirror Pond

dubbed the "preferred alternative," and to commit to explor-

important action for preven-

tative health care," university spokeswoman Julie Brown said. "We expect this is going to take time to continue to

have a steady increase in the number of students vaccinat-

ed on our campus." The latest case is a 20-yearold sophomore man who lives off campus, and he went to an outpatient clinic with flu-like symptoms. Students are being offered two different types of new v accines that t arget th e B

strain of meningococcal disease, which can rapidly develop into a blood infection, or

uitous. Yet there are 13,000

months.

Victor Chudowsky, Doug Knight and Casey Roats voted Continued from B1 ing its feasibility. Councilors in favor of the plan. PacifiCorp, which oper- Barb Campbell and Nathan Chudowsky highlighted an ates the dam, would relocate Boddie and Mayor Jim Clinaspect of the plan that would its nearby substation to a ton opposed the resolution, transform parking lots adto-be-determined l o c ation. homing in on the language jacent to the river into new The site where the substation that endorsed the preferred buildings. "Here is one of the most now sits and adjacent prop- alternative. erties owned by PacifiCorp The three dissenters sup- beautiful rivers in the Unitwould be transferred to the ported exploring the project's ed States, and for much of its city, park district or an inde- feasibility, but were cautious length downtown we use it to pendent agency to be sold for to back the project with what park cars," he said. redevelopment. Profits from Campbell described as "a Campbell said downtown the sale of land would fund blank check." parking is important for busithe project. A portion of the City Manager Eric King em- nesses, one of which she owns. property near the dam would phasized this resolution just Roats noted Campbell's prebecome a public plaza, while gives the city the go-ahead to vious support of public transit, the historic brick powerhouse begin looking into it while any biking and walking initiatives would be preserved. actual expenditures would and said, "When it comes to The council's vote was on have to be approved at a later parking cars to get to your a resolution that called for point by the City Council. business, all of a sudden it's rethe body to support the plan, Councilors Sally Russell, ally important."

Campbell said she doesn't own a bike, but said she would "be happy there aren't as many other people driving in their cars when I drive." Clinton said he supported a

section of proposed development north of Newport Avenue but not south, which in-

cludes the parking lots. Chudowsky argued it's impossible to find a plan that

everyone will agree on, but if the city doesn't move forward, "things will fall apart." Knight highlighted the new ability to control the pond's level as a selling point. The banks of the pond are vulnerable to flooding when ice melts in the winter and spring. — Reporter: 541-633-216O, tleedsibendbulletift.com

The Bulletin will update items inthe Police Logwhensuch a request is received. Anynewinformation, such asthe dismissal of chargesor acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358.

BEND POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft —A theft was reported at10:59 a.m. March11, in the61700 block of Daly Estates Drive. Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported entered at11:01a.m. March 16, in the100 block of SE Wilson Avenue. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at2:19p.m. March16, in the 200block of NE Franklin Avenue. Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported entered at4:27 p.m. March16, in the 2100blockof NWHill Street. Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported entered at7:14a.m. March 17, in the2100 block of NWHigh Lakes Loop. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at8:14a.m. March17, in the2700 block of NE27th Street.

Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported entered at10:21 a.m.March 17, in the1900 block of SWForest Ridge Avenue. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered at3:38 p.m. March17, in the19900 block ofQuail PineLoop. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered at5:58 p.m. March17, in the 20000 block ofRockBluff Circle. Unlawful entry —Avehicle was reported entered at8:40 p.m. March17, inthe20000blockofFoxboroughLane. Griminsl mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at9:50 p.m. March17, in the500block of NE Majesty Lane. Theft —Atheft was reported at 9:06 a.m. March18, in the800 block of NW Florida Avenue. Theft —Atheft was reported at 9:10 a.m. March18, in the500 block of NE KearneyAvenue. Theft —Atheft was reported at 9:19 a.m. March18, in the500 block of NE KearneyAvenue. Theft —Atheft was reported at10:08 a.m. March18, in the100 block of NE Franklin Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at10:08 a.m. March18, in thearea of NW13th Street and NW Galveston Avenue. Theft —Atheft was reported at11:08 a.m. March18, in the200 block of NW

Dil train Settlement —The owner of an oil train terminal in northwest Oregon hasagreed to pay areduced fine for moving six times more crude oil in 2013 thanwas allowed. Thefine was cut by $15,000, to $102,292. Thestate Department of Environmental Quality said the premise of fine originally was that the company acted intentionally in shipping nearly 300 million gallons through the terminal near Clatskanie. But the agency nowsays it can prove only that the companyacted negligently. Massachusetts-based Global Partners admitted no wrongdoing. Its lawyer said the company disagreed with the penalty but was happy the issue is resolved. Trains carrying North Dakota crude oil began moving through Oregon in 2012. At the Clatskanie terminal, it's put on barges for West Coast refineries.

SOn SentenCed in father'S murder — A21-year-old Ontario man has beensentenced to more than six years in prison with no option for parole or early release in the death of his father. Gregory Escobedo Jr. pleaded guilty in February to second-degree manslaughter in the death of 39-year-old Gregory Escobedo Sr., also ofOntario.Theyoung manwassentencedTuesday.Thepleacame six months after Ontario police responded to aJune16 assault outside an apartment complex. Theolder man suffered multiple stab woundsand waspronounceddeadatahospital.Defenselawyer Brenden Alexander says the violence beganwith a "parenting issue" at a birthday party and escalated. HOmeleSS mall Stallhed —Police in Portland say a 52-year-old homelessman sufferedastabwoundwhen hewasattackedonone of the city's bridges over the Willamette River. Sgt. Pete Simpson said witnesses described a group of five male "street kids" as being involved in the Wednesdayevening attack at the west end of the Hawthorne Bridge. They ranaway. Theunidentified victim was taken to a hospital. Simpson said the woundwas not life-threatening. Gillnet uSeage —The Oregon Court of Appeals has upheld state rules curtailing the use of gillnets on the main stem of the Columbia River. Commercial fishermen shunted to side channels and tributaries by the rules challenged them in court. The nets have long been the primary method of commercial fishing on the Columbia. Former Gov. John Kitzhaber sought the rules after a long dispute. Thenets hook fish by the gills. Critics said they hurt salmon becausethey catch fish indiscriminately, hauling in endangeredand other fish alike. Fisherman opposed to the rules said they maytake their case to the state SupremeCourt, or ask the newgovernor, Kate Brown, for relief. — From wire reports

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Riverside Boulevard. Theft —Atheft was reported at11:15 a.m. March18, in the1600 block of NE Lotus Drive. Criminal mischief —Anact of criminal mischief was reported at12:40 p.m. March18, in the300 block of NE Franklin Avenue. Theft —A theft was reported at 2:27 p.m. March18, In the1100 block of SE Centennial Street. Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported enteredat10:25 a.m. March

17, in the200block of SW17th Street. Theft —A theft was reported at12:07 p.m. March16, in the500block of NE GreenwoodAvenue.

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Around Central Oregon Sure, we are located in Bend, but we sell properties all over Central Oregon. Here's a sampling of our current offerings outside the Bend city limits.

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BET THERE West on Skyliner Rd., right on NW17ih St., left on NW Hartf ordAve.,righton NW 1eill St.

• Single Family Homes • Two-story townhomes • Plans from 1150-2250 sf • Some alley entry homes • Plans with master suite on main

GET THERE FromBend Parkway, east onNERevere Ave., left on NE Sth St., left on NE Isabella Ln.

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• City & Cascade views • Energy saving features • Master on main level • Daylight lower level • Priced at$625,000

• Bonus room w/ wetbar • Near Discovery Park • Priced at$1,000,500

661 NE Vail Ln. ORCHARDHILL

• 3 beds, 2.5 baths • Great room plan • Bonus room • Selection of finishes • Priced at$$51,000

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•CascadeMountainview • Master on main level • Slainless Dacorappliances • Hardwood & tile flooring • Priced at$630,000

• Master on mainlevel • Open floor plan • Spacious island kitchen • Solid quartz countertops • Priced at$650,000

• Cascade view acreage • Heated Rv garage/shop • Two.story living room • Priced $724,000 at

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sends its information on to the 36 county clerks in Oregon, complete with the electronic signature required when you get a driver's license, and that won't change. And, says Deschutes County Clerk Nancy Blankenship, every single signature on every single ballot is checked by her office at each election. That will not change, either. Blankenship does not expect a dramatically larger turnout as a result of the new law. As she notes, some people don't vote by designtheir church might discourage it or they don't believe it's important or whatever. Apathykeeps others from voting, and simply having a ballot appear in a mailbox is unlikely to change that. The result is that while the number of registered voters will dimb, Blankenshipsays,the percentage of voters actually casting ballots may well decline. If that's the case, the new law will not do what its supporters had hoped. It may, however, if the state government gets it right, help ensure that those who register really are eligible to vote.

Saving Oregonians from the sagegrouse t's official. Landowners in all or part of at least seven Central and Eastern Oregon counties will get some protection if the U.S. Department of the Interior decides to placethe sage grouse on the Endangered Species List. The department's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and officials from five soil and water conservation districts, including those in Crook and Deschutes counties, signed what are known as Candidate Conservation Agreements with Assurances on Wednesday in Juntura. The conservation agreements assure that landowners will work to improve sagegrouse habitatnow in exchangeforavoiding further regulation should the bird be listed. It's one of several efforts in the west to protect both birds and humans on theregion's High Desert, and it's well underway in Harney County. Late last year the Harney County Soil and Water Conservation District won a national award for work it already is doing with

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groundswillpay offin a 30-yearassurance against further regulation. Meanwhile, the Oregon Cattlemen's Association is supporting a tax on salt in feed, though it would not apply to feed for dairy cattle. The money raised, as much as $400,000 a year, would go to support conservation efforts centered on habitat. The Audubon Society has proposed a similar tax on bird seed,to be added to the same dedicated fund. And in Wyoming, Gov. Matt Mead and Dan Ashe, head of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, have agreed to open the country's first conservation bank for sage grouse. Conservation banks set aside land in perpetuity to be managed for the benefit of endangered, threatened or at-risk species. Others can then purchasecreditsfrom the conservation bank, to be used to compensate for the environmental impacts of their own projects. If High Desert ranchers and others who rely on the land for a living ranchers to protect sage grouse are to survive a sage grouse listing, habitat. Efforts to do such things as it will take efforts like these to make remove juniperand invasive grass- it happen. Fortunately, all sides see es and avoid sage grouse breeding the value in doing just that.

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that came with her various

The message of 'American Sniper'

STEVENS

ing the university deep on the west side is implausible at best. sentatives is: How will the campus What really makes many of us expand if the 46-acre pumice pit is upset is the disingenuous way this no longer deemed a viable location'? was done. Clearly the university We can all agree that a project of will be more than a few hundred this magnitude demands thought- students, but the politicians and ful and transparent master plan- those in power and in position to ning. Thus far, OSU has not decid- gain are trying to get this project ed on how it might expand or pro- approved based on a scenario that duced a true master plan for the full is simply the first stage, even while build-out of the university. the long-range plans and funding OSU-Cascades cannot exist on are public record. That is called mathe tiny, postage stamp, 10-acre nipulation. Some would say fraud.

ie, "American Sniper."

The movie was a wonderful depiction of an awful war and situation in the Middle East, from the

perspective of one very fine Navy SEAL who did both himself and the country proud (his book admittedly was a bit stark with language, etc.). The movie was not about his death, which had only a passing mention site that it currently owns. It is time Whatever adjective chosen, it's desat the end with subsequent video of for OSU-Cascades spokespersons tined for a bad result. the memorial procession, and thus to come forth with a blueprint for Glenn Mlllar was also not about Chad Littlefield expansion and a comprehensive Bend or his very tragic death. Both Chris master plan. The citizens of Bend Kyle and Littlefield were unsuccess- deserve nothing less. Ed Ray hassome fully attempting to help a suffering, Bill Eddie it appeared, Marine. Bend It's long past time for Dr. Ed Ray I believe Ms. Smith's letter to the

explaining todo

How to make food carts work in Sisters

editor totally missed the point and

any such criticism of the fine movie is unjustified in this writer's opinion. It also has little if anything to

Gee, some of you Sisters resi-

are starting to doubt the proposed

location of the college and that the group Truth In Site is not just a group of neighborhood naysayers. Most importantly, the editorial basically challenges OSU-Cascades to engagethe community and an-

for a bad result

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look something like this: "Xq10abl09rVA4!" Less secure, I suppose, but also

the office to sneak off and get the re-

5. Also on the list were "baseball,"

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passwords, all of them, several times a

or the name of the website we're vis-

Please address your submission to either My Nickel's Worth or In My View and send, fax or email them to The Bulletin. Email submissions are preferred.

Youalso know you're not supposed to write a list of your passwords down and keep it next to the computer, where it's accessible when you need it. larly on weekends. Banks don't have

name as a password. Nor our birthday came in at No. 2, and "qwerty" at No.

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Letters policy

remind you that it's based on "you are exotic." I say more power to you

10 were the numerals 123456789, or

master plan for the project! This lat-

related to the site. You can't drive

which, if you wrote it yourself, might

some variation thereof. "Password"

about the OSU-Cascades planning

est decision adds to the thoroughly Let me be clear and reiterate irresponsible and tone-deaf finanwhat many havesaid.Our objec- cial mismanagement of the entire tions to an Oregon State Universi- project. ty campus here in Bend are solely Blll Gregorlcus

she couldn't figure out how to make it

of things we should do. We cannot use the cat's or the kid's or our mother's

of Oregon State University to return

to Bend and answer some critical questions from the citizens of Bend

do with what "we are as a country." dents seem to sound discriminatory fiasco. The announcement that Charles McCoy and exclusionary about food carts. OSU has contracted to spend an Bend Don't they fit the town theme'? Just additional $100,000 of our money put a western facade like a covered to retain a PR firm to now "retool wagon or a sheep herders wagon or its pitch" to the community about Bad plan for campus maybe a circus wagon since that's "the benefits of a college can bring The recent B u lletin e d itorial what you've turned this into. such amore skilled force and new chastising OSU-Cascades for not Ed Endsley businesses to serve the students" is defending their position regarding Bend beyond comprehension and is on the west-side building site is quite top the school's request for additiontelling. It illustrates that many folks OSU-Cascades isdestined al substantial funding to prepare a

would sit there, untouched, because

iting. Nor, pretty much, anything that She'd have had a ball in this era of makes it easytoremember thedarned computers, the Internet and, more im- thing once we've created it. portant, passwords. You know that rule. You also know I suspect most of us have a general you're not supposed to write a list of idea of what makes a good password. your passwords down and keep it It has to be long. It should contain next to the computer, where it's accesnumbers and letters, uppercase and sible when you need it. lower, maybe a symbol or two and it Each year someone, or several shouldn't remind anyone of anything. someones, puts out a list of the 10most And we shouldn't use the same tired commonly used or worst passwords oldpassword for everywebsite we vis- for the year just ended. SplashData, it where passwords are required. an Internet and computer security In fact, the list of password no-nos company, published its annual list a seems longer sometimes than the list couple of months ago. Half of the top

east/west, west/east today and add-

ably the most important question that should be posed to OSU repre-

In response to the submission

Good passwords, by contrast, often

JANET

swer some simple questions. Prob-

by Patricia Smith ("In My View," March 12, 2015) regarding the mov-

"dragon" and "football."

y mother had a friend who never read the instructions

gadgets and gizmos. She'd get a wonderful new electric appliance and it

M 1Vickel's Worth

purchasing from any site, to be sure. their password resetting folks availEven with all that, passwords don't if you can come up with a dozen or able at 10 p.m. Saturday night, for ex- necessarily protect us, apparently. so such things. I also say you deserve ample, and neither do a host of other Think of the stores that have been some sort of medal if you can, as the websites. If you work, that means hacked in the last year and huge experts tell us we must, change your you may have to find time Monday at amounts of p e rsonal i nformation about customers stolen. An insurance

year and stN remember them. quired assistance to reset that elusive company announced just this week it Maybe 12-year-olds can do all that. password. was hacked and private information We 67-year-olds cannot. But we try, I can understand all this security on about some 11 millionpeople exposed. oh, how we try. bank websites, actually, but some othStill, I'll continue to try to live by The problem is particularly bad for ers, not so much. I'm not sure, for ex- all the password rules, troublesome seldom-used passwords. I have sever- ample, why an interest-group site like though they maybe. Doing so may foil al for sites I visit once or twice a year, Ravelry.com needs a password, but it someone who wants to see what I've at most. I must do the visiting, but, un- does. The creators of some shopping read or knitted or viewed at a veteriless I've written the passwords down sites behave as if a visitor could reach nary supply site recently, and that, I'm and can remember where I put the list through his or her computer screen told, is a good thing. (doubtful, most days) I have to reset and run off with the goods, something — Janet Stevens is deputy editor I don't believe has happened. I do unthe silly things every single time. of The Bulletin.Contact: 541-617-7821, Doing so can be difficult, particu- derstandthe need for security when jstevens@bendbulletin.com.


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BITUARIES

Continued from 61 One area of dissent within the residential committee

concerned the "housing mix,"

Les Sundet, of Prineville Nov. 5, 1941 - Feb. 24, 2015 Arrangements: Whispering Pines Funeral Home, 541-416-9733 Services: A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday March 28, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at the Prineville Elks

Lodge. Natalie Ribyat, of Bend

May 14, 1921 - Mar. 19, 2015 Arrangements: Baird Funeral Homes of Bend, (541) 382-0903. www.bairdmortuaries.com Services:

No services are planned, per Natalies request. Contributions may be made to:

Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Court, Bend, Oregon 97701, www.partnersbend.org.

William "Bill" H. Burningham, of Bend July 13, 1949 - Mar. 14, 2015 Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home is honored to serve the family. 541-382-2471 Please visit the online registry for the family at www.niswonger-reynolds.com

Services: No Local Service will be held.

Donna W. Bailey, of Bend Feb. 26, 1921 - Mar. 14, 2015 Arrangements: Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home is honored to serve the family. 541-382-2471 Please visit the online registry for the family at

which is the breakdown of

FEATURED OBITUARY

DEATH NOTICES

housingtypesthe citywillplan for, such as single-family ver-

Anne Frank'scousin guardedher legacy, was pro iceskater (Buddy) Elias wound up adding to the

By Margalit Fox New York Times News Service

Buddy Elias, the closest living relative of Anne Frank and an ardent guardian of her legacy, died Monday at his home in Basel, S witzerland —

Franks' literary

legacy himself after his wife, Gerti, while

cleaning out the attic

a hou s e

of their house in

whose attic yielded a cache of l ong-forgotten letters from Anne and her family that formed the basis of a recent book. He was 89.

2001, came across a trove of letters, postcards and photographs — some

His death was announced

by the Anne Frank Fonds, a charitable fund in Basel be-

6,000 items in allsent to the Eliases

gun by Anne's father, Otto.

At his death, Elias was the fund's president, a post he

by the Franks, including the young Anne.

had held since 1996.

Elias was Anne's first cousin, four years older an and professional ice skat-

material ultimately formed the basis of a narrative non-

er, he lectured worldwide on the Frank family and on the

f iction b o o k , "Treasures From the Attic" (also titled

mission of the fund, which supports social and cultural projects centered on tolerance. A childhood playmate of

Elias was also instrumen-

tal in supplying material for a 2003 exhibition at the U.S. H olocaust Memorial M u -

seum in Washington. The

went into hiding in Nazi-oc-

exhibition featured exam-

cupied Amsterdam, and ends in 1944, before they

ples of all of Anne's writing, including her essays and short stories, many of them

ed by the Gestapo.

Services: Funeral service will be held Sat., Mar. 28, 2015 at 10:00 AM in the White & Day Mortuary, Redondo Beach, CA. Crypt entombment will follow at Pacific Crest Cemetery.

A nne died at 15 in t h e Bergen-Belsen c o ncentra-

never before seen in public. (Her full literary output was published that year as part of "The Diary of Anne

tion camp, shortly before the end of the war; Margot

well-received

Samuel Charters, 85:American music historian whose

Frank: The Revised Critical

Edition.")

also died there. Their mother, Edith, died in Auschwitz. Otto Frank, who survived Auschwitz, established the Anne Frank Fonds in 1963. He died in 1980. F irst published i n t h e Netherlands in 1947, Anne's

the world:

Bernhard Elias was born on June 2, 1925, in Frankfurt, where the Franks also

lived. As a boy, he often visited the Frank children, putting on puppet shows and playing hide-and-seek. "Anne was always good at hiding," Elias told CNN.

a d a ptations

for the stage, film a nd television.

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com in 2012. In 1929, Elias' father, a merchant, was transferred

to his company's Swiss office. Two years later, Buddy and his mother joined him in Basel, where they remained for the duration of the war and beyond. After Hitler came to power in

books and f ield r esearch One of the chief functions helped detonate the blues and of the Anne Frank Fonds is folk music revival of the 1960s to control the copyrights to and 1970s. Died Wednesday at Anne's writings, including his home in Arsta, Sweden. the diary. As its president, Arthur Hartman, 89: Wash- Elias was called upon to ington's longest-serving am- say yea or nay — and it was bassador to the Soviet Union . quite often nay — to proDied Monday in Washington. posed works, from novels to Allen Jerkens, 85: Hall of stage plays to musicals, that Fame thoroughbred trainer sought to use Anne's words. who was known as the Giant (As was widely reported, he Killer for springing some of also once stopped a Spanish horseracing'sgreatestupsets. company from marketing Died Wednesday in Aventura, Anne Frank bluejeans.) Florida after being hospitalElias wound up adding to ized with an infection for sev- the Franks' literary legacy eral weeks. himself after his wife, Gerti, — From wire reports

Tom

ings, the committee decided to start at 2014.

"What actually happened

in the interim doesn't change

the need of the populace," said Sid Snyder, a member of the disagreed with the body's decision. "We looked at this as a need issue, and what the fu-

ture need of Bend willbe didn't changejustbecause some sin-

while noting that much work

sitesare based on a variety of criteria, such as their topogra-

phy, proximity to sewers and elk migratory patterns, and fire risk. The next step is to combine

the maps and to see which areas score the highest on the full

range of criteria. The boundary committee voted to leave out maps of fire risk from the

composite and instead use them "qualitatively." The reasoning behind this move was that those maps lacked a desired level of precision, though a number of committee mem-

bers disagreed. Some city councilors appeared skeptical of this move,

including Mayor Jim Clinton, who said, "All the maps are

is left to be done and numbers somewhat arbitrary." can move. Rankin explained Nonetheless, the steering the housing mix is only a goal, committee passed the proposand changes to the city's devel- al, agreeing to include the fire opment code intended to spur maps in the discussion but not multifamily development could in the composite map. have a range of impacts. The city hopes to complete The other point of contro- its work on the proposal and versy concerned the boundary submit it to the state by 2016. committee's work. So far, the — Reporter: 541-633-2160, group has produced a range tleeds@bendbulletin.com

"Are these changes going to its; in Bend, there are more impact our ability to recruit

Tuition

students take 12 to 16 cred-

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part-time students also tak-

and retain students to meet

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1933, Anne's father moved his branch of the family to Amsterdam, which the Na-

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GYMNASTICS Bend's Ohlrich in Pac-12 meet A gymnast from Bend is part of the Oregon State team that will be competing in the Pac-12 women's championship meet Saturday in Salt Lake City. Katelyn Ohlrich, a Mountain Viewgraduate, is a senior co-captain for the Beavers, whohave the No. 3seed in the eight-team competition. Ohlrich is in herfourth year with the Beavers and is part of thetheir balance beamlineup. — Bulletin staff report

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NCAA TOURNAMENTS

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The goal was to get back and go further — all the way

NCAA men's tournament: Oregon vs. OklahomaState When:3:45 p.m. today TV:TBS Radio:KBND1110-AM, 100.1-FM

a shock. The Beavers closed last sea- to the national title. son by winning nine straight Oregon State (26-4) has Pac-12 games, and the streak accomplished the first part stretched to 11 before they fell of that goal, as the Beavers in the title game of the Pac-12 received a No. 3 seed and tournament. will host the first and second They were the No. 9 seed rounds — the NCAA changed and went to Seattle for the

the rules to allow the top 16

first and seconds rounds when they knocked off No.

seeds to host this season. See Beavers/C3

Different looksfor Du cks in 3 teumeys By Steve Mims

Ducks past Oklahoma State

The (Eugene) Register-Guard

and Saint Louis two years ago

OMAHA, Neb. — Oregon men's basketball coach Dana Altman has taken the Ducks to three straight NCAA tournaments with three different

before Oregon lost to eventual

teams. A different leadership group has emerged each season to help the Ducks put together their longest string of NCAAwomen'stournnment:South Dakota State at Oregon State When:2 p.m. today TV:ESPN

trips to the Big Dance. E.J. Singler, an Ernie Kent

recruit inherited by Altman when he arrived at Oregon in 2010, and one-year trans-

champion Louisville. Last season, seniors Johnathan Loyd,Mike Moser and

Jason Calliste helped the Ducks finish strong to reach the tournament, where they

defeated BYU before almost upsetting Wisconsin. Joseph Young and Elgin Cook, the two veterans on

the roster this season, have come up big to get Oregon (25-9) back to the NCAA tournament.

See Ducks /C3

fer Arsalan Kazemi led the

CORVALLIS — A

memorial service for Bill Enyart, an Oregon State football legend who lived in Bendfor many years after his playing career anddied last month at age67, has been set for April 11 in Corvallis. The memorial is scheduled for 3 p.m. on the club level at Reser Stadium onthe Oregon State campus. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be directed to the OSUathletics department's "Beavers Without Borders" fund. Checks should be made payable to the OSU Foundation (noting "Enyart Memorial gift") and sent to 850 SW 35th St., Corvallis, OR, 97333. Donations can also be made byphone by calling Our Beaver

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MOTOR SPORTS

Teamwork, new crew chief fuels Ganassi ,

By Jenna Fryer

,

The Associated Press

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-

Jamie McMurray thought he had a shot at winning the pole

two weeks NSXt LIP ago in Las Vegas until a bobble on his lap endedhis

Nation at 541-737-2370. — Bulletin staffteport

NASCAR

Sprint Cup at Fontana When:Qualifytoday; Race, noon Sunday

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moment, teammate Kyle Larson was in first.

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'Well, at least one of us got

"I thought to myself,

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Utah

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Sisters' Justin Horrer is surrounded by teammates celebrating his home run against Mountain View onThursday at Sisters High School.

See additional photos on The Bulletin's website: hendhulletin.com/sports

Bulletin staff report

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SISTERS — Down five runs heading into the bottom of the

third inning Thursday, Sisters, as Outlaws coach Steve Hodges described it, "put the pedal to the metal."

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The four-time Sky-Em League champions erupted for four runs in the third and tacked on four more in the

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fourth en route to a 13-9 non-

i( 4i: '.si."

h

league baseball victory over Baylor

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Mississippi

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Mountain View. "We hit the ball pretty hard

Harvard

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Wofford

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for the Outlaws (1-0), helping

game last season, begin its quest toward another deep

Sisters, which advanced to the

postseason run.

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down there and tell him

'Great job. Awesome.'And even though he didn't get the pole in the end, you can't hide that feeling. You

Justin Harrer went 3-for-3 with a home run and five RBIs

Class 4A state championship

Sisters' Alex Olivier slides under the tag of Mountain View's Koltin

Ramsoy while stealing second base.

"He certainly looked fluid

It's that very cooperation and teamwork that has

Chip Ganassi Racing off to a solid start through the first month of the NA-

SCAR season. McMurray finished second Sunday at Phoenix, where he had an oppor-

and four RBIs for Sisters.

tunity on a final restart to

Zach Morganbeltedtwo dou-

snatch the win away from

bles, and Jonathan Luz went 3-for-5 to add to the Outlaws' 12-hit attack.

Kevin Harvick. It would have been a steal after the

with two RBIs.

"I thought it was a good game, kind of a back-andforth game," said Mountain

today and was hitting the ball extremely hard," Hodges said of Harrer. "He's going to be a big part of our offense this

happy that someone else has done well."

year, for sure." Ryan Funk chipped in with three hits, including a double,

The Cougars had 10 hits and were led by Cody Anthony, who was 4-for-5, and Rich Madrigal, who was 2-for-2

today," Hodges said. "Coming back and having two big innings ... was really nice to see."

T exas Southern 7 2

it,'" McMurray said this week. "I was going to go

can't hide when you are

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I

View coach Rick Morton. "They had some big innings,

way Harvick dominated, so McMurray was satisfied with second.

It followed an 11th-place finish the week before in Las Vegas and a strong run that was ended early at Atlanta when he was caught in a crash.

See McMurray/C4

and they capitalized on a cou-

ple of misplayed balls."

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Correction A story headlined "Athletes thaw at Icebreaker" that appeared in Thursday's Bulletin on page C3contained incorrect information about Bend High's baseball gameagainst Henley. Justin Parsons had two doubles for the Lava Bears. The error was the result of incorrect information provided to The Bulletin.

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Sterm break the ice with dominant victory Bulletin staff report

Inside

eighth straight Class 5A track

• Panthers open baseball season with win over Willamette. Prep roundup,C4

and field state championship but set an all-classifications

was any indication.

PRINEVILLE — Last sea-

son, Summit not only won its

team points state record.

The Stormarepoisedto exact even more damage this season, if Thursday afternoon

With Emma Normand placing first in both the 100- and

200-meter dashes, the Summit girls racked up 259 points to

defeat runner-up Crook Coun-

Crook County's Danielle

ty by a resounding 151 points at the Breaking the Ice-Ice

Michael won the pole vault,

Breaker.

and Jordynn Slater won the shot put and discus for La

Emma Stevensonwon the Pine, which was fourth as a long jump and finished second team. Madras' Elle Renault in the 100 for the Storm, while claimed top honors in the Camille Weaver took first in javelin, and Culver's Emma the 100 hurdles and second in

the triple jump.

Knepp was third in the 800. SeeStorm /C4

Rick Scuten/The AssociatedPress

JomieMcMurray sayscooperation between his ond Kyle Lorson's teams hove led to a fast start for Chip

Ganassi Racing.


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TODAY Time TV/Radie Men's NCAA tournament,New MexicoSt.vs.Kansas 9a.m. CBS Women's NCAA tournament, whiparound 9 a.m. ESPN2 Men's NCAAtournament, Michigan St. vs. Georgia 9:30 a.m. TruTV Men's NCAAtournament, Wyoming vs. N. Iowa 10:30 a.m. TBS Men's NCAA tournament, Buffalo vs. WestVirginia 11 a.m. TNT Men's NCAA tournament, Indiana vs. Wichita St. 11:30 a.m. CBS Women's NCAA tournament, whiparound 11:30 a.m. ESPN2 Men's NCAAtournament, Virginia vs. Belmont noon T r u TV Men's NCAA tournament, UC Irvine vs. Louisville 1 p.m. TB S Men's NCAA tournament, Valparaiso vs. Maryland 1:30 p.m. TNT Women's NCAA tournament, S. Dakota St. at OregonSt. 2 p.m. ESPN2 Men's NCAAtournament, Oklahoma St. vs. Oregon 3:45 p.m. TBS, BASKETBALL

KBND1110-AM, 100.1-FM

Men's NCAAtournament, Robert Morris vs. Duke 4 p.m. CB S NBA, Portland at Orlando 4 p.m. CSNNW, KRCO690-AM, 96.9-FM Men's NCAA tournament,Davidsonvs.Iowa 4:15 p.m. TNT Women's NCAAtournament, whiparound 4:30p.m. ESPN2 Men's NCAAtournament, Oklahoma vs. Albany 4:30 p.m. TruTV Men's NCAAtournament, Coastal Carolina vs. Wisconsin 6:15 p.m. TBS Men's NCAA tournament,St.John'svs.SanDiegoSt. 6:30 p.m. CBS Men's NIT, S.DakotaSt. vs. Vanderbilt 6:30 p.m. ESPNU Men's NCAAtournament,N.DakotaSt.vs.Gonzaga 6:45 p.m. TNT Men's NCAA tournament,Providencevs.Dayton 7 p.m. T ruTV BASEBALL

MLB preseason, W ashingtonatHouston MLB preseason, Chicago Cubs atChicagoWhite Sox MLB preseason, Cincinnati at SanFrancisco College, LSU atArkansas College, Arizona atStanford

10 a.m.

MLB

1 p.m. ML B 6 p.m. ML B 6 p.m. SE C 7 p.m. Pac-12

GOLF

PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational LPGATour, JTBCFounders Cup

1 1 a.m. G o lf 3 p.m. Go l f

MOTOR SPORTS

NASCARSprint Cup, Fontanapractice NASCARXfinity, Fontana practice NASCARXfinity. Fontana final practice NASCAR Sprint Cup, Fontanaqualifying

noon 1:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

FS1 FS1 FS1 FS1

TENNIS

BNP Paribas Open,men's quarterfinal BNP Paribas Open,men's quarterfinal Womens college, California at UCLA BNP Paribas Open,women's semifinal BNP Paribas Open,women's semifinal

n oon 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m.

E S PN Tennis Pac-12 Tennis ESPN2

HOCKEY

College, BigTentournament, Minnesota vs. OhioSt. College, HockeyEast tournament, UMass-Lowell vs. Vermont College, Big Ten tournament, Michigan St. vs. Michigan College, HockeyEast tournament, Boston U. vs. NewHampshire WHL, Everett at Victoria BOXING

Alfonso Gomezvs. Yoshihiro Kamegai SOCCER Australia, Adelaide vs. Melbourne

1:30p.m. Big Ten 2 p.m. NBCSN 5 p.m. Big Ten 5 p.m. NBCSN 7 p.m. R o ot 8 p.m.

FS1

1:30a.m.(Sat.j FS2

SATURDAY SOCCER England, ManchesterCity vs. West BromwichAlbion 5:45a.m. NBCSN England, Newcastle United vs. Arsenal 8 a.m. NBCSN England, West HamUnited vs. Sunderland 10:30a.m. NBCSN MLS, Portland at Sporting KansasCity 5:30 p.m. Root Australia, Brisbane vs.Wellington 1 1 p.m. FS2 MOTOR SPORTS

United SportsCar Series, TwelveHours of Sebring NASCARSprint Cup, Fontanapractice NASCAR Xfinity, Fontana qualifying United SportsCar Series, TwelveHours of Sebring NASCARSprint Cup, Fontana final practice NASCARXfinity, Fontana United SportsCar Series, TwelveHours of Sebring

7:30 a.m. FS1 8:30 a.m. FS2 9 :30 a.m. F S 1

9:30 a.m. FS2 11:30 a.m. FS1 1 p.m. FS1 7 p.m. FS2

BASKETBALL

Men's NIT, Alabamaat Miami Women's NCAA tournament, whiparound Men's NCAAtournament, UCLAvs. UAB Women's NCAA tournament, whiparound Men's NCAA tournament, Kentucky vs. Cincinnati Women's NCAA tournament, whiparound Men's NCAAtournament, Arizona vs. Ohio St. Men's NCAAtournament, Xavier vs. Georgia St. Women's NCAA tournament, whiparound Men's NCAAtournament, Villanova vs. N.C. State Men's NCAAtournament, Utah vs. Georgetown NBA, Portland at Memphis

8 a.m. E S PN 8 a.m. ESPN2 9 a.m. CB S 10:30 a.m.ESPN2 11:30 a.m. CBS 1 p.m. ESPN2 2 p.m. CB S 3 p.m. TN T 3:30p.m. ESPN2 4 p.m. TB S 4:30 p.m. CBS 5 p.m. CSNNW, 0 690-AM, 96.9-FM KBND 1110-AM, 100.1-FM; KRC Men's NCAAtournament, North Carolina vs. Arkansas 5:30 p.m. TNT Women's NCAA tournament, St. Francis (N.Y.j vs. UConn 6 p.m. ESPN2 Men's NCAAtournament, Notre Dame vs. Butler 6:30 p.m. TBS GOLF PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational 9:30 a.m. Golf PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational 11:30 a.m. NBC, Golf Champions Tour,Tucson Conquistadores Classic 2 p.m. Go l f LPGATour, JTBCFounders Cup 4 p.m. Go l f BASEBALL

MLB preseason, Toronto at Philadelphia 10 a.m. MLB College, South Carolina at Missouri 12:30 p.m. SEC MLB preseason, KansasCity at ChicagoWhite Sox 1 p.m. ML B 5 p.m. ESPNU College, Vanderbilt at Auburn TENNIS

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11 a.m. ESPN 7:30p.m. Tennis

GYMNASTICS

Women's college,Pac-12championships Women's college,Pac-12championships HOCKEY NHL, Vancouver at LosAngeles College, HockeyEast final College, Big Ten final

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ON DECK Today Baseball: Madrasat Mountain View,4 p.mcCrook County atTreasure Valey Invitational in Ontario, TBD;HiddenValley atSisters,4 p.m. Soflbau:MountainViewat Madras,4 p.m.; Ridgevie watReynolds,4:30p.m. Boyslacrosse:GlencoeatSummit,8p.mcMountain ViewatGrant, 8p.mcLiberty atSisters, 7p.m. Saturday Baseball: Bendat TheDaffes(DH), noon;Crook County atTreasureValley Invitational in Ontario, TBD;EaglePoint atSummit (DH),I p.m. Soflbalh TheDallesat Bend(DH), noon;Sisters at Cascade, noon; West Salemat Redmond (DH),11 a.m.;Sum mit at EaglePoint (DH),noon Boys lacrosse: Bend at BishopOD ' owd (Calif.), 5 .m.; Libertyat Summit, 2 p.m.; Mountain Viewat orestGrove,I pm.;Glencoeat Sisters,1 pm.

TENNIS

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Professional BNPParibasOpen Thursday atIndian Wells, Calif. Men Guarlerfinals AndyMurray(4),Britain,def.FelicianoLopez(12), Spain,6-3,6-4. NovakDjokovic (I), Serbia, def. BernardTomic (32),Australia,walkover. Women Guarlerlinals JelenaJankovic (18), Serbia,def. LesiaTsurenko, Ukraine,6-1/4-1, retired. SabineLisicki (24), Germany, def. FlaviaPennetta (15),ltaly,6-4,6-7(3),7-6(4).

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UT-Martin104,NorthwesternSt. 79 SecondRound

EasternConference W L T Pts GF GA NewYorkCity FC 1 0 1 4 3 I OrlandoCit y 1 0 1 4 2 I Columbus I I 0 3 2 1 D.C.United I 0 0 3 1 0 TorontoFC 1 1 0 3 3 3 Philadelphia 0 0 2 2 3 3 NewYork 0 0 1 1 1 I Montreal 0 1 0 0 0 I Chicago 0 2 0 0 0 3 NewEngland 0 2 0 0 0 5 WesternConference W L T Pts GF GA Fc Dallas 2 0 0 6 4 I Los Angeles 1 0 1 4 4 2 Seattle I I 0 3 5 3 SanJose I I 0 3 3 3 Houston 1 1 0 3 1 1 Vancouver 1 1 0 3 2 3 RealSaltLake 0 Portland

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BASKETBALL Men's college NCAAtournament AN TimesPOT EASTREG IONAL Round of64

Thursday'sGames

Viganova 93,Lafayette 52 N.C.State66,LSU65

Today'sGames MichiganSt. (23-11)vs.Georgia(21-11), 9:40a.m. N. Iowa(30-3) vs.Wyoming (25-9), 10:40a.m. Virginia(29-3)vs.Belmont(22-10),1210 pm. Louisville(24-8)vs.UcIrvine(21-12),1:10 p.m. Oklahoma (22-10) vs.Albany(24-8),4:27 p.m. Providence (22-11) vs.Dayton (26-8), 6:57p.m. Round of32 Saturday'sGame Villanova (332)vs. NC.State(21-13),410 pm. SOUTHREGIONAL Round of64

Thursday'sGames

UAB60, lowaSt. 59 UCLA60, SMU59 Utah57,StephenF.Austin 50

Georg etown84,E.Washington74 Today'sGames Duke(29-4)vs.Robert Morris (20-14),410 pm. lowa(21-11)vs.Davidson (24-7), 4:20p.m. SanDiegoSt. (26-8) vs.St.John's(21-11), 6:40p.m. Gonzaga (32-2) vs.N.DakotaSt. (23-9), 6:50p.m. Round of32 Saturday'sGames UAB(20-15)vs.UCLA(21-13),910 am. Georgetown (22-10) vs. Utah(25-8), 4:30p.m. MIDWESTREGIONAL

Round of64 Thursday'sGames

Cincinnati66,Purdue65, DT Kentucky79,Hampton56 NotreDam e69, Northeastern 65 Butler56,Texas48

Today'sGames Kansas(26-8) vs.Ne wMexico St.(23-10), 9:15a.m. WestVirginia(239)vs.Bufalo (239),11:10am. WichitaSt.(28-4) vs.Indiana(20-13), 11:45a.m. Maryland (27-6) vs.Valparaiso(28-5),1:50 p.m. Round of32 Saturday'sGames Kentucky(35-0)vs.Cincinnati(23-10),11:45a.m. NotreDam e(30-5) vs.Butler (23-10),6:40p.m.

WEST REGI ONAL Round of64 Thursday' s Games LPGA GeorgiaState57,Baylor 56 JTBCFoundersCupLeaderboard Xavier76,Mississippi57 Thursday at JWMarriotl Phoenix Deserl NorthCarolina67,Harvard 65 Ridge Resorl 6 Spa,Wildfire Golf Club Arkansas 56, Wofford53 Course, Phoenix Arizona93,TexasSouthern72 Purse: 61.6miuion Ohio State75,VCU72,DT Today'sGames Yardage: 6,663;Par: 72(36-36) SuspendedFirst Round Oregon(25-9)vs.OklahomaSt. (18-13),3:50 p.m. SCORE THRU Wisconsin(31-3)vs. Coastal Carolina(24-9), 6:20p.m. -6 1. KimKaufman F Round of32 -6 F 1. Sophia Popov Saturday'sGames 1. LydiaKo -6 F Arizona (32-3)vs.OhioSt.(24-10), 2;15p.m. -6 1. Tiffany Joh F GeorgiaSt.(25-9)vs.Xavier (22-13), 3:10p.m. -5 5. MoriyaJutanugarn F NorthCarolina(25-11)vs. Arkansas(27-8), 5:40p.m. -5 5. In Gee Chun F -5 5. DewiClaireSchreefel 10 National Invitation Tournament -4 F Au TimesPOT 8. SiminFeng -4 F 8. HaNaJang -4 8. SooBin Kim F SecondRound -4 Today'sGame 8. Pornanong Phatlum F -4 8. Amy Yang F S. DakotaSt.(24-10) atVanderbilt (20-13),6:30p.m. -4 8. Gerina Piler F Saturday'sGame -4 F Alabama(19-14)atMiami(22-12),8 a.m. 8. AustinErnst -4 4 8. Alena Sharp Sunday'sGames -3 16. MariaHernandez F George Washington(22-12) atTemple(24-10), 8a.m. -3 16. DemiRunas F ArizonaSt.(18-15)at Richmond(20-13), 4:30p.m. -3 16. PaulaCreamer F RhodeIsland(23-9) atStanford(20-13), 6:30p.m. -3 16. HaruNomura F Monday'sGames -3 F Louisiana 16. MariajoUribe Tech(26-8) atTexasA&M(21-11), 4p.m. -3 F 16. LauraDavies glinoisSt.(22-12)at OldDominion (25-7), 5 p.m. -3 16. Sei-Young Kim F MurraySt. (28-5)atTulsa(23-10), 6p.m. -3 16. AriyaJutanugarn F -3 16. KatieBurnett F College Basketball Invitational -3 16. JayeMarie Green F AN TimesPOT -3 F 16. MmaHarigae -3 F 16. SunYoung Yoo Guarterfinals -3 16. DanieffeKang 9 Monday'sGames -3 16. QBaek 7 Colorado(16-17)vs. Seattle (17-15),TBA -3 16. CarolineMasson 7 Mercer(19-15)vs.Louisiana-Monroe(22-12), TBA -3 16. SandraGal 6 Radford(22-11)vs.Vermont (19-13), 4p.m. -3 16. AngelStan a ford 5 OralRob erts(19-14)atLoyolaof Chicago(20-13)5p.m.

Today'sGame HighPoint(23-9)atE.Kentucky(20-11), 4 p.m. Saturday'sGames Canisius (1714)at Bowling Green(21-11),10a m. La.-Lafayette (21-13)atSamHoustonSt.(26-7), noon UT-Martin(19-12)atS.C.-Upstate(24-11), 3p.m. N. Arizona(20-14) atSacramentoSt. (21-11), 7p.m. Monday'sGames ClevelandSt.(25-8)at NJIT(19-11), 4p.m. Evansville(20-12)at E.Illinois (18-14),4p.m. KentSt.(22-11)at TexasA8M-CC(20-13), 5p.m.

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ALBANY REGIONAL Today'sGames Dayton(25-6)vs.IowaSt. (18-12), 9a.m. Kentucky(23-9) vs.TennesseeSt.(18-12),11:30a.m Texas(22-10) vs.S.Kentucky(30-4),2 p.m. California(23-9)vs.WichitaSt.(29-4),4:30 p.m. Saturday'sGames Louisville(25-6)vs.BYU(23-9),1 p.m. Rutgers(22-9)vs.Seton Hall 28-5), 3:30p.m. SouthFlorida(26-7)vs.LSUI17-13), 3:30p.m. Uconn(32-1)vs.St.Francis(N.Y)(15-18),6 p.m. SPOKANEREGIONAL

Today'sGames Duke(21-10)vs.Albany(N.Y) (24-8), 9a.m. MississippiSt.(26-6)vs.Tulane(22-10),11:30 a.m. OregonSt. (26-4)vs.S. DakotaSt.(24-8), 3p.m. George Washington(29-3)vs.Gonzaga(24-7),4:30p.m Saturday'sGames Princeton(30-0)vs.Green Bay(28-4), 8a.m. Chattanooga(29-3) vs.Pittsburgh(19-11), 8a.m. Maryland (30-2) vs.NewMexicoSt. (22-7),10:30 a.m Tennessee (27-5) vs.BoiseSt.(22-10),10;30a.m. OKLAHOMACITYREGIONAL Today'sGames Washington(23-9) vs.Miami(19-12), 9a.m. Northwestern(23-8) vs.Arkansas(17-13), 9a.m. lowa(24-7)vs.American(24-8),11:30a m. Baylor(303)vs.Northwestern St.(19-14),1130a m Minnesota(23-9) vs.DePaul(26-7), 2p.m. NotreDam e(31-2) vs.Montana(24-8), 4:30p.m. Saturday'sGames Oklahoma (20-11)vs.Quinnipiac (31-3),1 p.m. Stanford(24-9)vs.CSNorthridge(23-9), 3;30p.m. GREENSBOROREGIONAL Today'sGames SouthCarolina(30-2) vs.SavannahSt. (21-10), 2p.m Syracuse (21-9) vs.Nebraska(21-10),4:30 p.m. Saturday'sGames NorthCarolina(24-8) vs.Liberty (26-6), 8a.m. Florida Gulf Coast(30-2) vs.OklahomaSt.(20-11),8a.m OhioSt.(23-10)vs.JamesMadison(29-3),1030 a.m FloridaSt. (29-4)vs.AlabamaSt. (17-14),10:30 a.m Texas A8M(23-9) vs.UALR(28-4),I p.m. ArizonaSt.(27-5)vs.Ohio(27-4), 3;30p.m.

National Invitation Tournament Au TimesPDT Thursday'sGames Old Dominio69, n Virginia 62 St. John's64, Army56 Fordham70,CCSU67 Hampton 45, Drexel 42 WestVirginia84, Buffalo61 N.C. State73, ETSU58 Penn65,Hofstra 58 Temple 67,Marist 54 Duquesne 72,YoungstownSt.54 GeorgiaTech69,Elon47 SouthDakota68,Creighton58 Kansas St.86,Akron68 Missouri69,N.Iowa61 SouthernMiss79, TexasSouthern69 TCU85,StephenF.Austin 80 MiddleTennessee69, Ball St.58 N. Colorado 53,ColoradoSt.48 San Diego 63,LongBeach St. 56 UCLA70,CSBakersfield 54 Sacramento St.87, Pacific 79 Fresno St. 79,San Francisco73 Today'sGames WrightSt.(25-8)atToledo(18-13), 4 p.m. Maine(23-8)atVilanova(19-13), 4p.m. Richmond(18-13) atStetson(23-7), 4 p.m. Tulsa(17-13)atMissouri St.(18-14), 5p.m. E. Michigan (22-12) at Drake(20-10), 5:05p.m. Hawai(23-8) i at St.Mary's (Calif.) (20-10),6p.m. SecondRound Sunday'sGames Temple(17-16)atPenn(21-8),11 a.m. Fordham (21-11) atSt.John's(22-10),11a m. TCU(18-13)atSouthernMiss (23-10), noon Missouri(I8-13)atKansasSt. (19-13), noon Arkansas St. (24-10)atMiddle Tennessee(22-9), noon N.C.State(17-14)at East Carolina(22-10), I p.m. UCLA(14-18) vs.SanDiego(25-6),2 p.m. Georgia Tech(19-14) atMississippi (18-13),4 p.m. N. Colorado(21-12) vs.SouthDakota(26-7), 4p.m. Monday'sGame E.Wash ington(21-11)vs. SacramentoSt.(1715), 7pm. Tuesday'sGames Hampton(19-12)atWestVirginia (19-14), 4p.m. Richmond -Stetsonwin nerat Duquesne(22-10),4p.m. March21-24 FresnoSt. (23-9) vs. Hawaii-St. Mary's(Calif.) winner, TBA

Michigan(17-14)vs.Wright St.-Toledowinner, TBA E. Michigan-Drakewinner vs. Tulsa-Missouri St. winner,TBA Maine-Vilanova winnervs.Old Dominion(21-12),TBA Women'sBasketball Invitational Au TimesPDT First Round Thursday'sGames

Marshal81, l N.Kentucky 79 Mercer83,Troy68 Xavier57,Wilham& Mary56 Siena53, StonyBrook46 La.Lafayette78,Texas-PanAmerican56 McNeese St.87,Furman 70 SecondRound March21-22 NewMexico(21 12)vs OralRoberts(1715) TBA La.-Lafayette(20-12)vs.McNeeseSt. (18-13), TBA Marshal(17-14) l vs.Mercer (19-14), TBA Xavier(18-14)vs.Siena(20-12), TBA

GP W L OT 72 45 20 7 71 43 21 7 69 38 20 11 71 36 24 11 70 35 24 11 71 32 25 14 72 27 39 6 70 20 43 7

Pls GF GA 97 191 159 93 230 184 87 201 186 83 189 183 81 202 185 78 175 196 60 189 230 47 134 235

Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pls GF GA N.Y.Rangers 69 44 18 7 95 207 159 N.Y.lslanders 72 43 25 4 90 222 203 Pittsburgh 71 39 22 10 88 197 177 Washington 72 39 23 10 88 212 177 Philadelphia 73 29 29 15 73 188 210 New Jersey 70 30 29 11 71 160 179 Columbus 71 32 35 4 68 190 223 C arolina 7 0 2 6 3 5 9 61 162 193 WesternConference Central Division GP W L OT Pls GF GA St. Louis 71 45 20 6 96 219 172 Nashville 72 43 21 8 94 205 176 Chicago 70 43 21 6 92 203 158 Minnesota 71 39 25 7 85 201 178 Winnipeg 71 36 23 12 84 198 189 Colorado 70 33 26 11 77 189 195 Dallas 71 33 28 10 76 220 230 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pls GF GA Anaheim 72 45 20 7 97 211 197 Vancouver 70 40 26 4 84 199 191 Calgary 71 39 27 5 83 209 186 Los Angeles 70 34 22 14 82 188 175 SanJose 71 35 28 8 78 199 199 Edmonton 71 19 39 13 51 167 243 Arizona 71 21 42 8 50 147 236

Tbursday'sGames

Winnipeg 2, St. Louis1, SD SanJose4, Toronto1 Montreal4, Carolina0 Ottawa 6, Boston 4 Florida 3,Detroit I Washington3,Minnesota2 Dallas 2,Pittsburgh1 Calgary4, Philadelphia1 Columbus 6, Vancouver2 Colorado5,Arizona2

Today'sGames

NewJerseyat Buffalo, 4p.m. Detroit atTampaBay, 4:30p.m. ColoradoatAnaheim,7p.m.

Saturday'sGames St. Louisat Minnesota,11 a.m. Columbus at Calgary, I p.m. Vancouver at LosAngeles,1 p.m. SanJoseat Montreal, 4p.m. Torontoat Otawa,4p.m. BostonatFlorida,4 p.m. N.Y.IslandersatNewJersey,4 p.m. N.Y.Rangersat Carolina, 4p.m. WashingtonatWinnipeg,4 p.m. BuffaloatNashvile, 5 p.m. ChicagoatDallas, 5 p.m. PittsburghatArizona 6pm PhiladelphiaatEdmonton,7p.m.

DEALS Transactions BASEBAL L CDMMISSI DNER' S OFFICE— Suspended N.Y. Yankees RHPMoises Cedeno 72 games for violating the Minor LeagueDrug PreventionandTreatment Program. AmencanLeague HOUSTO NASTROS—Announced the retirement of assistanttrainer RexJones,effective at theendof the season. National League CHICAGOCUBS— DptionedRHPC.J.Edwards

to lowa (PCL). LOSANGELESDODGERS— ReassignedRHPBen Rowento minorleaguecamp. MILWAU KEEBREWERS — Exercised their 2016 optio nonmanagerRonRoenicke. NEWYORKMETS—Optioned RHPAkeel Morris

to Las Vegas(PCL). PITTSBU RGHPIRATES—OptionedINFAlenHanson andRHP s Casey Sadler andJameson Tailon to Indianapolis(IL)andDFWilly Garcia to Altoona(EL). Reassigned RHPCogin Balester, LHPJeremy Bleich, INF GifNgoepe t andDFMel RojasJr. to minor league camp. WASHIN GTONNATIONALS—OptionedLHPMatt Graceand0 DanButlerto Syracuse(IL)andINFWilmer Difo toPotomac(Carolina).

BASKETB ALL National Basketball Association NBA —FinedWashington CMarcin Gortat $5,000 fora second violation oftheleague'santi-flopping rules. MINNESOTA TIMBERWDLVES— SignedG Sean Kilpatrickto a10-daycontract. NEWYORKKNICKS— SignedGRickyLedotoa 10-daycontract. FOOTBALL

National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS— SignedTEJacobTamme. BUFFALO BILLS— SignedTE Charles Clay to a five-yearcontract. CHICAGO BEARS—SignedTEDante Rosario toa one-year contract. CINCINN ATIBENGALS — Si gned CB Brandon Ghee.Re-signedDTDevonStil. DALLASCOWBOYS — SignedFBRayAgnew. DETROIL TIONS— Re-signedCBRasheanMathis to a two-year contract. INDIANAPOLI SCOLTS— SignedOTDemarcoCox. JACKSONVI LLEJAGUARS— ClaimedRBBernard PierceoffwaiversfromBaltimore. MINNES OTAVIKINGS—Signed RBDuJuanHarris. NEW YORKGIANTS— Re-signedTEDaniel Fels. NEWYORKJETS— SignedDLJamesBrewertoa one-year contract. SANDIEGO CHARGERS—SignedCBPatrickRobinsontoaone-yearcontract. TAMPABAYBUCCANEERS— SignedCBSterling Moore. TENNE SSEETITANS— Agreedto termswith OT ByronStingily on a multiyearcontract. Name d Tom Kanavyassistant to the strength and conditioning coach,BrookeEllenberger vice presidentof ticketing andAmberHardingsocial mediacoordinator. Promoted BrentAkersto directorof teamoperations andShereme Siewnarineto directorof finance. WASHINGTONREDSKINS — Re-signed QB Colt

Mccoy.

HOCKEY National HockeyLeague COLUMBUSBLUEJACKETS— AssignedGOscar DanskfromSpringfield (AHL)to Kalamazoo(ECHL). DALLASSTARS —Assigned D EsaLindell from Assat(FinnishElite) to Texas(AHL). PHILADEPLHIAFLYERS— AssignedDMaxim LamarchefromLehighValley(AHL)to Reading(ECHL). TORONTOMAPLE LEAFS— RecalledFsDenver Manderson andPatrick WatlingfromOrlando(ECHL). VANCOUVER CANUCKS— Recall edGJoeCannata fromOn tario (ECHL)to Utica(AHL). WINNIPEG JETS— Agreed to termswith D Jan Kostalekonathree-year,two-way,entry-level contract SOCCER Major League Soccer SEATTLE SOUNDERS — Signed D NickMieleand FQudusLawal. COLLEGE HOLYCROSS— NamedBillCarmodymen'sbasketbag coach. PENNSTATE—Signedmen's basketball coachPat Chambers toatwo-year contractextensionthroughthe 2018-19season.


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015 • THE BULLETIN

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MEN'S COLLEGEBASKETBALL: NCAA TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP

GOLF ROUNDUP

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Bulletin wire reports LOUISVILLE, Ky. — After the call that brutally ended

Reinhold Matay/The Associated Press

Morgan Hoffmann acknowledges the crowd after hitting out

of a bunker and into the hole for an eagle onthe sixth green during the first round Thursday in Orlando, Florida.

Hoffman learnsrelative dies, then takesthe lead The Associated Press

a perfect smile.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Mor-

Not to be forgotten was his gan Hoffmann's day began golf. He had a one-shot lead with news that his 97-year- over five players, including old grandmother died Thurs- Ian Poulter and Kevin Na. day morning. It ended with The group at 68 included his first lead on the PGATour. Adam Scott, Henrik Stenson Hoffman began his round and Brandt Snedeker.

"It definitely would've hit the rim," UCLA guard Isaac

Hamilton said, watching a rehis career and gave UCLA an play on a phone. "Definitely." improbable60-59victory over Said Alford: "It could've SMU, Yanick Moreira blamed gone either way." himself. Brown could no t u n der"It's all my fault. I should stand why the call was not have let the ball hit the rim," reviewable. "Why would you have all Moreira said, and he broke down. these TV people and (not) With 13 seconds left in its take five seconds and review NCAA tournament opener, a goaltending?" he said. "It UCLA trailed by two points as might have been goaltending. guard Bryce Alford wheeled It probably was. But we've got and heaved a 3-pointer. all these cameras. It happened Moreira thought the shot so fast."

would miss the basket, so he

jumped and tipped the ball. The officials called goaltending. He protested, his expression pained. When the game was over, decided by the goaltending call, Moreira shielded his anguished face with his jersey. "I'm sick for t hose kids,"

A lford f i nished w it h

27

South Region UAB 60, lowa State 59:LOUISVILLE, Ky. — William Lee

H offman, who w ent t o Oklahoma State, first met Palmer at the 2009 Palmer

SMU coach Larry Brown said. scored the last four points for Even on replay, it wasn't 14th-seeded UAB in its upset

before stopping inches away for birdie. He also holed a bunker shot for eagle on the par-5 sixth, leading to a 6-under 66 and a one-shot

Cup at Cherry Hills. So it

call was correct. The ball

Utah 57, Stephen F. Austin

felt only fitting that his first

lead after any round on tour

camedownneartherim.Even if it would have hit the iron, it

50: P ORTLAND — Ja k o b Poeltl had 18 points and eight

would come at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

had little chance of going in. For goaltending, the NCAA

rebounds, and fifth-seeded

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