Redmond Hot Shot Sean DeWitt uses a drip torch to ignite ground fuels while working with other Deschutes National Forest fuel specialists on the Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District as they conduct a prescribed burn south of Bend, near La Pine Tuesday, April 26, 2016. (Bulletin file photo)
A pair of baseballs and other mementos from Josh Rizzo's time playing baseball at West Point and serving in the U.S. Army on display in his home office Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)
Josh Rizzo displays a pair of baseballs and other mementos from his time playing baseball at West Point and serving in the U.S. Army in his home office.
ORIG 11/06/19 The billboard located at SE Wilson Ave and 9th Street that the city of Bend plans on taking down after local residents expressed their concerns the the imagery was offensive. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)
The city of Bend plans on taking down the billboard at SE Wilson Avenue and Ninth Street after local residents expressed concerns that the imagery was offensive.
(Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)
Karen Parker, a Deschutes Land Trust volunteer naturalist, center wearing a hat, discusses aspens and water sources during a tour along Bull Springs Creek trail in the Skyline Forest. Also in the picture, facing Parker, from left to right: Sarah Mowry, outreach manager for Deschutes Land Trust, and tour participants Margaret Marshall, Carol Schoenborn and Jo Radeker, from Bend. (Bulletin file photo)
A motorcyclist rides on the McKenzie Pass Highway near the Dee Wright Observatory on Monday, June 19, 2017, west of Sisters. The McKenzie Pass opened for the season on Monday. (Joe Kline/Bulletin file photo)