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  • Apr 19-25, 2012
  • Vol. 16, No. 16

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    Photo Tara Reynvann Last Band Standing, No. 1 thursday 19 This is the kickoff of the annual elimination-style concert series that pits local bands against one another and allows concertgoers to vote on who advances to the next round.

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  • Bent
  • Dig this, it's The Dig

    Last night’s triple bill at The Horned Hand rocked the pants off the few folks who showed up. New York band The Dig was especially impressive, check the video below of "Already Forgot Everything You Said.
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  • Phil's Expansion Gets Green Light

    It’s goodbye to the humble gravel lot at Bend’s favorite mountain biking destination. The planned makeover of the parking lot at Phil’s Trailhead east west of Bend got the official green-light Tuesday from Forest Service officials, clearing the way for 76-space asphalt parking lot at Phil’s.
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  • Hoodoo to Close Season with $15 Lifties

    Although this weekend's weather, assuming the forecast for mid-70s holds, is likely to scream summer to most Central Oregonians, those who are still thinking winter, or maybe just, spring, can indulge their impulse at Hoodoo Ski Resort. Hoodoo announced today that it's adding a final weekend to the season this Saturday and Sunday and offering skiers and boarders that make the trip to Santiam Pass $15 lifties.
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  • Alfalfa Neighbors Ask For Cell Tower Survey Help

    Cell phones are ubiquitous in today's culture from middle school students to professionals to, well, everyone, it seems no one is without a cell phone and, increasingly, a smart phone and tablet. All that data has to be transmitted somehow, of course.
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  • Oregon A.G. to Take on BP Over Gulf Spill

    Oregon Attorney General John Kroger isn’t running for re-election, but he apparently isn’t leaving in bullets in the chamber  before he exits as the state’s top cop. On Friday, Kroger announced that he is going after petroleum giant BP for its role in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster off the Gulf Coast, which Kroger’s says cost Oregon public employees about $19 million in lost retirement funds because BP misrepresented its safety standards to shareholders including the Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund.
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  • May Primary Registration Deadline is Tuesday
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  • May Primary Registration Deadline is Tuesday

    If you plan on voting in the May Primary and don’t know if you’re registered, or feel like playing politics ala Mitt Romney and switching your registration to vote in the “other” party’s primary, you’re running out of time to do so. Tomorrow (April 24)is the voter registration deadline for Oregon's May election.
  • Local Food Getting Easier to Find
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  • Local Food Getting Easier to Find

    Two locally grown food-related organizations are launching parallel campaigns that aim to connect food buyer with local producer.

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