Local brothers are rising stars in the ski and snowboard worlds
Throughout history, many of the greatest teams are siblings: the Williams sisters swept professional tennis, the Wright brothers reached the skies, and the Super Mario Bros. dominated video games. Jonah and Jared Elston may be among those names, soon.
As he digs up another shovelful of rock from an illegal dam on Indian Ford Creek, 17-year-old Jason McCabe says, "Im glad to be out here, this is my favorite part of the program, a chance to give back to the community." The Damascus resident is a cadet in the Oregon National Guard Youth ChallenNGe program.
Local shoe company lets Special Olympians and other athletes get their kicks on faster and easier
After recovering from a 2010 bike accident that broke his neck and back, George Pierce had another dilemma. The world champion duathlete wanted to make a comeback, but was losing a lot of time changing shoes during the races.
All summer long the farmers, gardeners, anglers, water skiers, swimmers and just about every insect and other animal on this beautiful Earth are using water to stay alive and enjoy life. In winter, the robins who pig out on juniper berries and other fruit must have water to go with their veggies or they will die.
Great fall weather extends the season—and the trail work—for Bend's cycling community
For James Williams and Laura Winberry, right now is the best time to be biking. "Trails are prime right now.
Get moving before (or after) your feast with these Central Oregon Thanksgiving runs
I Like Pie Run/Walk FootZone's annual Thanksgiving-themed run/walk is untimed and all about getting some fun exercise before reveling in the holiday.
Shooters target one beautiful bird—but a Sisters rehab facility is nursing it back to health
In late October, the staff of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Summer Lake Wildlife Management Area found a severely wounded adult Trumpeter swan and transported it to Broken Top Veterinarian Clinic between Bend and Sisters. The staff of Broken Top contacted Elise Wolf of Native Bird Care, a Sisters wildlife rehab center.
Physicist shares six years of caving
She's gone underground in exotic locales such as Slovenia and West Virginia. She's slogged through caverns with water up to her chin.
Explore the National Parks from the Comfort of Bend
Climate Change at Crater Lake Oregon's own National Park, Crater Lake, has begun to display the impacts of climate change.
Somewhere along life's trail one of my ancestors told me that my wonderful old great uncle, Moulton Alexander Rockefeller, my grandfather's brother, was a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in journalism. Be that as it may, I knew him as a quiet, peaceable alcoholic who leaned on a shovel for the city of West Haven, Connecticut's public works department.
Worthy Brewing Shows Off Its New Observatory
In 2012, Roger Worthington had a vision of building his own "Beertopia." The Worthy Brewing founder and owner describes it as "a mini-campus, a place where a person can make connections, can be stimulated, a place where the mind can expand."