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Re: “Giving to Those Who Need It Most

Good to read! Charity donation always helps the needy people for the betterment of their life. Charity donation not only makes the receiver happy, but it also gives a sigh of relief and happiness to the sender. I am also planning to start making charity for helping those who are in need. Wile surfs online I came across this site http://www.mission-humanitaire-afrique.org/ which also accepts charity donation for helping the poor people in Africa, which is good for helping people at abroad too.

Posted by DougSouth on 11/23/2017 at 10:53 PM

Re: “From Homeless to Housed: Transitional housing project offers shelter, transformation and most importantly: Hope.

I couldn't be clean (coming up on six months) without pfiefer housing! Joshua Roniger was an awesome "house dad" (house manager) and was also instrumental in my early recovery. Of course I couldn't get into the housing without Gene and Dillon too!
Thank you everyone!

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Posted by Jeremy Hay on 11/23/2017 at 2:15 PM

Re: “Social movement, in mosaic form

Thank you for this wonderful write-up of the Little Stone project!

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Posted by Sophie Kruz on 11/17/2017 at 4:28 PM

Re: “Social movement, in mosaic form

Very inspiring article.

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Posted by moviedream on 11/17/2017 at 9:33 AM

Re: “Brian Potwin

Amazing person bP! Proud to work along side of this fine human!

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Posted by Kim Curley Reynolds on 11/16/2017 at 10:53 PM

Re: “From Homeless to Housed: Transitional housing project offers shelter, transformation and most importantly: Hope.

Gene Gammond is an amazing person, I was coming back to Central Oregon from my fourth prison stay and he fed me my first real meal in several years, helped get me into clean and sober housing, and I have never been back to prison going on 8 years now! I have a job a family, and a new way to live. Gene Gammond is a huge part of my success, if you know who I am and see that Im a completely different person now. All it takes some times is someone who cares about you to make all the difference in the world. Gene is now one of my best friends, my children call him uncle, and I call him a savior. This is a good idea for Central Oregon, all it takes is for someone to care! Congratulations Gene on helping others and giving back to others that could not have done this for themselves. You as well Sally!

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Posted by Chuck Millsap on 11/16/2017 at 3:54 AM

Re: “From Homeless to Housed: Transitional housing project offers shelter, transformation and most importantly: Hope.

Thank you so much Sally Pfeiffer, and crew for everything you do! I am so greatful

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Posted by Shaela England on 11/15/2017 at 10:17 PM

Re: “Depression: An Evolutionary Understanding, by Dr. Jonathan Rottenberg

Depression is the biggest problem today. Any time you are depressed, improving yourself helps greatly. When you feel depressed, don't sit and watch TV and then sleep-in late. Get out and do something that will make you feel like you've accomplished something. You can also take guidance from http://www.martine-voyance.com if you are dealing with some past related issues, physic reading can help you deal with anything that's going wrong in your life.

Posted by rosemaryschwartz on 11/13/2017 at 3:07 AM

Re: “It's Official: Humm Kombucha to Build East Coast Facility

sustainable???

Posted by greedyfucks on 11/09/2017 at 5:36 AM

Re: “Service to Community

Congratulations to Jesse and the entire family. What an achievement!

Posted by Pilar Parducci on 11/06/2017 at 4:49 PM

Re: “Representative democracy for the varied neighborhoods of Bend?

Maybe a city council that runs the city less like a business and more like a government body that provides its constituents what they elect them to do; you know, properly maintained infrastructure (roads, sewers, etc), keep costs to a minimum (lower admin costs), common sense projects (stop the war on cars, stop making people put in sidewalks out of their own wallets)

Its hard to take a city council serious when they cant maintain roads while running a billion dollar savings account.

Posted by concerned about on 11/06/2017 at 12:13 PM

Re: “The Barnes Butte Monarch butterfly-ers

Your photo is of a painted lady, not a Monarch butterfly. They are migrating to Mexico now, too. Google 'The Red Admiral and Painted Lady Research Site' for more information on their migration.

Posted by Mona L. Miller on 11/03/2017 at 7:51 AM

Re: “Things That Bite in the Night: Brown recluse and hobo spiders are getting a bum rap

Since this spider is so misunderstood I would love to sit down with an educated person seriously wanting to solve the mystery of hobo spiders. I have five specialists and twenty years of medical records. My first bite was in 1998 when I was barely 22. About five years after the bite my license was medically revoked due to brain deficiencies and other things. There is really too much to just write about. Even still to this day I have problems with residual effects. I have a great respect for spiders now only after conquering a extremely traumatic fear. I study any new information that I can find and sadly realize that much of the information out there is wrong or changing quickly. Ironically I will say I was lucky enough when I was bit the second time to actually find the spider in bed with me in the morning. The second bite happened years after the 1st and due to Medical advancements was actually treated the way it should have been and the recovery time was less than eight months. The second spider bite was definitely positively identified as a hobo spider. From what I can remember from the first spider bite they were both identical just treated differently by the treating doctors.

Posted by Opposum Pie on 11/03/2017 at 12:54 AM

Re: “Things That Bite in the Night: Brown recluse and hobo spiders are getting a bum rap

I do hope you figured our you are both wrong and right. Not recluse spiders. Hobo spiders.New to the Midwest from Europe. Unfortunately thrive in Oregon. Personally I have been bitten by a hobo spider twice. The first time when I was 22. It changed my life in ways you will probably never get.September 14
2017 I got my licence back after 15 years of it being medically revoked The first bite went basically untreated because people unwilling to realize it's possible for new species to travel with human help. Years later I actually found the spider in bed with me that bit me the second time. Even today studies are fresh with this spider. I guess I was one of the few you wrote about but would love to educate you further on this Spider.

Posted by Opposum Pie on 11/02/2017 at 10:56 PM

Re: “Service to Community

This is a wonderful accomplishment. It's important for the youth of America to make it a better place. Congratulations.

Posted by Paul Auerbach on 11/02/2017 at 5:08 PM

Re: “Tower Tussle

Verizon Wireless withdrew their application for this project on October 31, 2017. They installed some new antennas a few blocks to the north, on the roof at City Hall instead.

Posted by Aaron Henson on 10/31/2017 at 4:38 PM

Re: “You, too, play a role in winter snow removal

No salt. Salt is not beneficial to the environment. Salt increases maintenance and decay on automobiles and roads.

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Posted by Bob Kuehn on 10/30/2017 at 9:50 AM

Re: “Cats, Cats... and More Cats: The indoor/outdoor cat dilemma continues

What are my rights and options in Redmond as far as far as keeping cats off my property?

Posted by Brandon Hobbs on 10/28/2017 at 1:07 AM

Re: “Have a grievance with your government?

The water project was rushed through to completion in 2012-2013 without proper consideration of all options--including the so-called "short pipe" option that would have been immeasurably kinder to the creek and watershed and would have cost far less. What we got, instead, was a ludicrous project that takes water out of the creek and runs it through miles of adjacent pipe. Why? To create hydroelectric capacity in an era when tax credits for such projects had already evaporated. Public outrage over the budgetary and environmental costs of this water project and the manipulative process that crammed it down our throats led to an almost complete replacement of the old guard on the Bend City Council.

Posted by fosterfell on 10/27/2017 at 2:04 PM

Re: “Heath Care in Turmoil: St. Charles Lays Off Workers

Wow. It looks like the Source guzzled down the kool-aid offered up by Sluka. Did you even talk to anyone in the ONA? That'd be the Oregon Nurses Association, btw, not "Nursing" association. If readers want to hear what the union has to say, check out KPOV's Wednesday Point on archives at http://kpov.org. This so-called $35 million shortfall is a reduction in what would be called the profit margin or rate of return in the corporate world. SCMC won't be in the red, just less in the black. All caregivers at SCMC and patients will suffer from these cuts. --Michael Funke

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Posted by Mickey Finn on 10/26/2017 at 10:40 PM

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