The Darkness of Noon

Reporting from the ground in Washington, D.C.
>Editor's note: With the ongoing rhetoric about so much fake news—and the stonewalling of major media outlets by the new administration—we at the Source felt it was crucial to bring our readers a first-hand account of happenings in the nation's capital. Look for "Democracy in Crisis" in the Source the last week of each month.

Attack of La Niña

Because we know you love to talk about the weather, here's a look at what just happened and what's next.
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Breaking the Broken Resolutions Cycle

Local Fitness Professionals and Their Clients Share Their Secrets to Success
Tell me if this sounds familiar: It's January and you've started that diet you've promised yourself you would do. You bought that gym membership, sure to help you get the body you've been dreaming of.

Shining Bright

Bend has a lot of solar power in its future, but not everyone is happy about it
Ron Rupprecht isn't thrilled at what he sees 250 feet from his house in east Bend. His property borders a major development with nearly 150 acres of solar panels, now beginning to produce electricity and send power to a Pacific Power substation.

Extraordinary Women, Ancient Life in Oregon and More

The Source's fave feature stories of 2016
In covering feature stories, my goal is to find unique content that deviates from the standard approach. One thing that differentiates me from other media outlets is that I like to cover stories "first hand," talking to people face to face.

Shelter from the Subduction Zone

If a major quake hits the Pacific coast, we'll feel it in Central Oregon—but the bigger shakeup will be from those using this region as a refuge from the destruction.
Across the Northwest, the threat of an impending major earthquake looms large—so much so that the state of Oregon has created the "Cascadia Playbook" to map out emergency response coordination efforts statewide. While the local area isn't expected to suffer serious damage, Central Oregon still plays a major role in that playbook.

Celebrating a Century

Deschutes County turns 100
Deschutes County is Oregon's youngest county, but this month, it's still turning the ripe old age of 100. It was 1914 when voters approved separating a portion of Crook County—itself part of the giant Wasco County until 1882— to form Jefferson County.

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