Local environmental nonprofit leader
"We've had a tremendous number of people who want to get involved now and we need to engage now more than ever before.
Central Oregon retiree carves his own niche
"When I start carving wood, I can lose track of three hours and not know what even happened.
Need a job in Central Oregon?
John Schweiter hires a couple dozen of employees every week—and he's just getting started
"What I look for most is empathy and heart, because those are things you can't teach.
Cheers! Brewfest boss thrives on the community of beer
"The best thing about beer is that it creates such a cool community and I don't see that going away any time.
Helping survivors to help themselves
"It's incredible seeing our clients go through the process and see them grow and take back their lives, to get the tools to be where they need to be." — Emma Anderson
Emma Anderson enthusiastically declares it was Saving Grace that brought her to Bend.
President of the Oregon PTA
"So when we talk about school choice, vouchers, public funds going to religious organizations, or private schools, that's scary.
Field Representative for Sen. Ron Wyden
Wayne Kinney was Oregon's first rural field representative.
Protecting wild lands is his mission
"We're not done — whether it's in Camp Polk or one of the other properties.
Radio airwaves are in his blood
In 1972 Frank Bonacquisti was a student at Portland's Benson Polytechnic High School.
The "kid from Kansas" continues his tireless quest to preserve the local environment
On the night of the presidential election, Paul Dewey admits he was deeply saddened and concerned about how the results would affect the world.
"Teaching is hard work.