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  • Construction notices

    On US97 between Pinebrook and Ponderosa, there will bridge and road construction in the median and shoulders during the daytime with single lane closures and possible heavy congestion on US97. Earthwork on 3rd Street south of Pinebrook Blvd. Road work on Murphy Road from Parrell Road to 3rd.
    Reed Market Road will be reduced to one lane EASTBOUND ONLY for the duration of the Project...West Bound Lane will be detoured from 9th Street to 3rd Street  (8/31/15)
    NIGHTWORK: Prineville grade - Shoulder work and striping operations on US26 and OR126, Sunday through Thursday, from 7 PM to 6 AM. Traffic controlled by flaggers and pilot cars.
    Construction on US97 S. of Madras between Cherry and Hilltop. Delays possible. 7am - 5pm (> 11/1)
    Hwy 97 >< Bend and Redmond; Striping work possible, Sunday through Thursday nights, 7 PM to 7 AM, with single lane closure with no delays expected.
    3rd Street & Huntington Rd in LaPine, delays up to 20 minutes 7am-7pm (>10/30)
    Flaggers, utility work Lower Village Road just North of Silver Buckle, 7am-4pm (10/16-23)
    Flaggers, utility work, NW 5th near Saginaw 7a.m. - 4 p.m. (10/20)
    Construction, Alderwood Circle at Reed Mkt, closed with a detour 8:30 a.m.- 4 pm (10/22)
    NIGHTWORK (WX permitting) 3rd and Franklin, one lane each direction, 7 p.m. - 5 a.m. (10/21)



  • An Earnings Buffet

    We are in the thick of earnings season.  So far S&P 500 companies have increased profits over 5% from last year. (Fox Business News)

    Caterpillar says there was “a reasonable likelihood” that global growth could improve next year, as the world’s largest maker of heavy equipment raised its 2014 earnings forecast. Caterpillar reported profits of $1.02 billion for Q3, up 8% from last year. (Financial Times)

    Procter & Gamble, makers of Scope mouthwash and Tide laundry soap, reported quarterly profits in line with expectations. The consumer products giant said it would split off its Duracell battery business into a separate company. Profits were up 3% from last year on sales of $20.79 billion. (CNBC)

    Microsoft Corp reported higher-than-expected quarterly profits, helped by stronger sales of its phones, Surface tablets and cloud-computing products for companies. Microsoft's quarterly profits fell 13%, largely due to an expected $1.1 billion charge related to mass layoffs announced in July. Microsoft shares, which have climbed 33 percent over the past year.  (Reuters)

  • Wilson: "Never Had Differences" With Harvin

    (Renton, WA)  --  Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson says a report that there was tension between himself and former Seahawk wide receiver Percy Harvin is untrue.  Wilson told reporters yesterday that he and Harvin "never had differences" but were both wanting to compete at the highest level and win every game.  Wilson made the remarks in response to a report from Mike Freeman of "Bleacher Report," which said that the Seahawks traded Harvin to the New York Jets because of his "increasing animosity toward Wilson."  The Seahawks will play on the road against the Carolina Panthers this Sunday.

  • Willson, Simon Return To Practice

    (Renton, WA)  --  Seahawks tight end Luke Willson is back at practice after suffering a groin strain during practice last week.  Cornerback Tharold Simon, who tweaked his ankle during the Rams game last Sunday, is also back at practice.  Head coach Pete Carroll says both Willson and Simon are "day to day."  Carroll says cornerback Byron Maxwell, who's been nursing a calf injury, could return for Sunday's game at Carolina.

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