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  • Construction notices

    15th and Reed Mkt Rd intersection CLOSED with a detour through mid-November
    Irving Ave. >< 6th and 7th CLOSED with a detour.  8am-3pm (7/21)
    Lane closures for utility work on 2nd street in Bend. 7am-4pm (7/16-25)
    NIGHT WORK  Purcell Blvd >< Paula Dr. to Neff Rd. Lane closures pilot car 7p-7a (7/22-23)
    US 26 in Warm Springs construction delays possible
    Flaggers, delays possible on US26 near near Dover Lane, just S. of Madras 7a-3p (11/1/14)
    US 97 between Pinebrook and the 3rd Street/Business 97 exit; bridge construction in the median and shoulders. 7am-4pm (11/1/14)



  • A Cornucopia of Earnings

    Microsoft stock stands at 15 year highs as they reported a second quarter profit that was down 7% and sales were up 17%.  Hitting the bottom-line was Microsoft’s integration of the Nokia phone operations into the company. (Reuters)

    Pepsi saw profits drop 2% in the latest quarter as sales were essentially flat. The company raised full year profit guidance upwards in the report to 8% growth.  Like most multi-national companies Pepsi is seeing profit decreases due to currency exchange rates. (Wall Street Journal)

    Boeings second quarter profits increased 52% as sales increased 1%.  The delivery of planes was up 7%.  Boeing gave strong future guidance on the increasing demand from low cost airlines and booming airline travel in Asia and China. (Associated Press)

    Apple saw 12% profit growth in Q2 as iPhone sales increased almost 13%.  But for the second quarter in a row iPad sales fell, this quarter by 9.2% after falling 16% in Q1.  The company has $164.5 billion in cash. (Wall Street Journal)

    Regulators are expected to vote today to end a long-time staple of the investment industry—the fixed $1 share price for money-market funds. The SEC may also vote to let money funds block withdrawals during periods of financial stress or impose new fees for withdrawals. This could remove a perceived safe haven for investors.  (CNBC)

  • Ramirez Gets 10 Ks, But Mets Win

    (Seattle, WA)  --  The Mariners will wrap up their three-game series with the Mets this afternoon after losing to New York, 3-1.  Seattle starter Erasmo Ramirez pitched seven solid innings in last night's game, allowing two runs on five hits and striking out ten.  Dustin Ackley had an RBI double in the fifth inning for Seattle's only run.  The rubber match in the series will start at 12:40 this afternoon at Safeco Field.

  • Seahawks' 2014 Schedule Rated One Of NFL's Toughest

    (Renton, WA)  --  The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will have one of the NFL's toughest schedules in 2014.  The formula used to determine strength of schedule includes the win-loss records of opponents in 2013.  The Seahawks' 2014 opponents had a combined winning percentage last season of .561, which is sixth-highest.  Seattle will open the regular season on September 4th at home against Green Bay.

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