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Re: “Craft and Cider Night: Choose Your Own Adventure


Posted by Erin Reynolds on 12/15/2019 at 2:36 PM

Re: “Blogfoot: Introducing "Expedition Bigfoot"…

Fly in your own private helicopter in Bend today and explore a local legend. The Pacific Northwest, Deschutes National Forest, and Mt Jefferson Wilderness are the number one places in the world when it comes to Bigfoot sightings and local Bigfoot ground tours. The Cascade Mountains outside of Bend, Oregon to Alaska, Bigfoot sightings have long fired up the imagination of Bigfoot hunters from all over the world. The Deschutes National Forest near Bend, Oregon has been the location of numerous Bigfoot sightings since 1963. This is your opportunity to search for this legendary creature by helicopter on your next visit to Bend.

Since 2015.

Posted by Patric Douglas on 12/15/2019 at 4:40 AM

Re: “Blogfoot: Introducing "Expedition Bigfoot"

red eye shine over mereya head when she has the glow stick freaked me out! i think she is being tracked by bigfoot!! Mereya becareful!!!

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Posted by Ariana Aleah Losco on 12/14/2019 at 10:35 PM

Re: “Knute Buehler Officially Announces a Run for U.S. Congress

The last thing we need is any more republicans. They represent greed, corruption, anti- environment, tax breaks for the rich and taking away social programs that help people. The GOP is the biggest threat to american democracy America has ever faced. Time to wake up and vote for anyone other than a republican!

Posted by Too Many People in Bend on 12/14/2019 at 11:39 AM

Re: “If You Build It, Will They Come?

What Bill Moseley fails to realize and acknowledge is that our current system created to transportation culture we live in. Designing a city around roads for automobiles changes peoples behavior, it is just so ingrained that it is often not recognized as a result of public policy. I'm strongly in favor of more bike and pedestrian measures despite spending about half of my time in a car around this city. This is because the traffic I get stuck in that causes 'swearing every afternoon' is a minor inconvenience compared to the state of our bike lanes and sidewalks. Are none car infrastructure is so bad or non-existent that most don't even use it.

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Posted by buildbenddifferent on 12/13/2019 at 8:54 PM

Re: “The Go in Peace Symphony with Sam Baker and the Gorge Sinfonietta

The Gorge Sinfonietta is a semi-professional quality orchestra - very impressive! Hear more about Sam Baker here:

Posted by roulier on 12/13/2019 at 10:29 AM

Re: “Knute Buehler Officially Announces a Run for U.S. Congress

And the reason we need to have an 'open' primary.

Posted by Helen Dehner on 12/13/2019 at 9:58 AM

Re: “If You Build It, Will They Come?

No amount of bike/walk infrastructure is going to solve the transportation issues in Bend. This city is too big and the vast majority of people are too lazy, not to mention the winters. While walking and biking should be considerations in all projects, letting a few radical bicyclists set the tone for these projects is going to keep the average person from getting to work without sitting in traffic for an hour. Let the traffic engineers do their job, and keep politics out of it.

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Posted by bendite1123 on 12/13/2019 at 9:13 AM

Re: “The Silver Tsunami in Real Estate

The big question will be whether younger buyers will want the ball and chain of forced automobile dependence and life spent commuting associated suburban living, and whether we can continue to afford to maintain the aging infrastructure which services it.

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Posted by bowerboater on 12/13/2019 at 8:33 AM

Re: “Knute Buehler Officially Announces a Run for U.S. Congress

so if he doesn't make it to the primary because too many independents are going to "wait" silly!

Posted by Maggie Mae on 12/12/2019 at 2:02 PM

Re: “If You Build It, Will They Come?

Developers need to pay more bottom line and be forced to upgrade the entire scope of impacted area.

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Posted by John Gurnee on 12/12/2019 at 1:06 PM

Re: “What a Long Strange Trip

Hi Bill!! Loved your article! Brought back quite a few memories for me as well.


Katie Williams

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Posted by Katie Williams on 12/12/2019 at 12:25 PM

Re: “Knute Buehler Officially Announces a Run for U.S. Congress

Closed primary is problematic... I am a registered Independent. Will support your run after you make it to the ballot!

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Posted by Helen Dehner on 12/12/2019 at 7:19 AM

Re: “Holiday Lights Winter Paddle Parade

Looking forward to tomorrow evening!

Posted by Helen Dehner on 12/12/2019 at 7:14 AM

Re: “Mothers (and Others) Demand Gun-Related Change

You can't "end" gun violence. What a joke. Even in Japan one gangster unloaded on another with a machinegun, for Christ's sake. All gun control is unconstitutional!

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Posted by Abraham Collins on 12/11/2019 at 1:35 PM

Re: “Memoir Writing Classes

If you are still looking for a place to hold this class I would be happy to offer our space as a possibility. Please contact me at 541-317-3544

Posted by Kari Hutchison on 12/11/2019 at 12:37 PM

Re: “The Bobcat Business

Beautiful story, thank you for your dedication in helping rehabilitate the declawed bobcat. You’re an honorable and amazing hero.

Posted by LeeRugger on 12/11/2019 at 8:41 AM

Re: “Mothers (and Others) Demand Gun-Related Change

It's not a gun problem, it's a social problem. You need to make it harder on people who commit crimes with firearms and for people who cannot own firearms. A rifle, or pistol, is nothing but a tool. So let's make it harder for the legal people in this country to purchase firearms, and not really do anything to the criminals who are not supposed to have them. A firearm doesn't discriminate. That bullet goes where the barrel is pointed. It's the person pulling the trigger is the issue, not the tool. The lack of Education in this country is becoming a very bad problem. Please open up your eyes and educate yourself about firearms. It really sucks that people have the mindset that they can go out and handle their problems with a gun. We need to start teaching our children that guns are not toys. I knew that from a young age. Why don't you step back and think why gun violence is happening in this country. But everybody takes the pseudoscience and they run with it. Scientifically proven, an armed Society is a safe Society. Most people don't even know that they taught gun safety up until the sixties in schools. Is it going to order myself, I find the lack of education on this subject is running rampant. There's no such thing as an assault rifle. Assault is a verb. They're called battle rifles. How do I know this because I am a veteran. Taking away things from people doesn't fix the problem. Or making it harder for legal people to purchase a firearm doesn't solve the problem. It's making laws for felons and people who commit crimes with Firearms to be more strict. Thank you for your time. I hope you have a great day.

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Posted by bigjax 1969 on 12/10/2019 at 5:25 PM

Re: “Climate Action Plan Passes

@WhereIsWaldo - if buyers are really concerned about a home's energy score, they are free to have an evaluation done as part of their home inspection. Included as a standard clause in the Oregon Residential Sale and Purchase Agreement is the following: "At Buyer's expense, Buyer may have the Property and all elements and systems thereof
inspected by one or more licensed professionals of Buyer's choice."

Furthermore, a home buyer may notify a home seller of the buyer's unconditional disapproval of the property based on any inspection report, terminate the transaction, and have their earnest money refunded.

Conversely, a home seller may elect to have a HES evaluation done and provide the results as part of the marketing of the property.

So one has to wonder why the push to make HES evaluations mandatory.

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Posted by DanEvans on 12/09/2019 at 8:16 PM

Re: “Inching Closer to a Mirror Pond Resolution

We have been discussing Mirror Pond for decades. This past year the City and BPRD held public hearings/meetings about next steps and dredging. I attended numerous hearings and City and BPRD council/board meetings in 2019. Support for dredging has been strong, the people want action and the publicly-elected council and board have passed resolutions supporting the long overdue rehabilitation of Mirror Pond with levels of financial commitment. The Public (unlike in the 1980's) have committed financial support to the rehabilitation. It is time we move from talk to action. Mirror Pond has been describe as iconic and a crown jewel of our City. It is time we invest in this cherished asset of our Community. Let's not let another year pass with no action!

Joe Reinhart

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Posted by Joe Reinhart on 12/09/2019 at 12:21 PM

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