Filling In Inner Bend

Filling In Inner Bend

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Heath Care in Turmoil: St. Charles Lays Off Workers

Oregon Referendum on Hospital Tax Set for January
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Clearing Up Mirror Pond

The latest on the proposed plan for dredging Bend's most contentious body of water—which thus far, isn't funded, permitted or approved by local governing bodies.
T his week, the Bend Chamber of Commerce published an article in its "Bend Business Edition," stating permits and funding were in the "final stages" for the proposed $6.7 million dredging project at Mirror Pond—information the Chamber later discovered was erroneous.

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Did OSU-Cascades Get the Shaft?

A fraction of requested funds means overcrowding can happen by 2020
"O SU-Cascades is the best school ever!

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Prineville Wins Award for Crooked River Wetlands Project

T he City of Prineville has earned the League of Oregon Cities' Award of Excellence for 2017, for its innovative wastewater project and wetlands project.

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State Park Campground Fees Going Up

T he Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is raising fees at state park camp sites.

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Footnotes on OSU-Cascades funding

From our 10/12/17 story titled "Did OSU-Cascades Get the Shaft?," further details on the FTE funding, from the Higher Education Coordinating Commission: * The 2017-18 column does not include $12.5 million in Engineering Technology Sustaining Funds for which distributions have not been determined.

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Project Censored:The Top 25 Stories You Probably Missed This Year

In America, we commonly think of press freedom and censorship in terms of the First Amendment, which focuses attention on the press itself and limits on the power of government to restrict it.

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Health Care For All?

As another Affordable Care Act repeal collapses, the once improbable single payer health care movement gains steam
Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-Vt., Medicare for All Act is now backed by 16 Democratic senators, and co-sponsored by Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore. With it, talks of universal health care are making headlines again, and actually gaining steam.

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