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Emerson’s Cleared. Now What?

1. Emerson’s Cleared. Now What?

The City’s after-action report from the closing of a camp on Emerson Avenue could guide future closures on City-owned right of ways
Aug. 3

2. That Smoke? It'll Be Around Til at Least Friday

Like clockwork, August brings smoky skies to Central Oregon
Aug. 4

3. For some, new middle housing is an inconvenience. For others, not having it is devastating. Get ready for change.

Under Oregon House Bill 2001, duplexes, triplexes and other multi-family homes must be allowed on any lot that is currently zoned for those single-family homes
Jul. 28

4. From the Wheelchair to the Mountaintop

A three-time Ironman champion's journey from brain cancer to the Andes
Aug. 4

5. High Desert Horror Story

Getting that 'Bend starter kit' of outdoor equipment is tougher this year, with gear shortages happening locally and nationally
Jul. 14

The Latest

DA's office, Bend PD need to be on the same page

DA's office, Bend PD need to be on the same page

Politics have hit a fever pitch, and that temperature extends across numerous branches of government

Letters to the Editor 8/5/21

Letters to the Editor 8/5/21

Happy Trails, Everyone Who’s Been Suffering, and New Middle Housing

Out Of The Junipers, a Proposed New Camp for the Unhoused

Out Of The Junipers, a Proposed New Camp for the Unhoused

A village is in the works for unhoused people living on public lands east of Redmond

Noticias en Español

Noticias en Español

Está en obra un sitio para personas sin hogar que viven en terrenos públicos al este de Redmond

From the Wheelchair to the Mountaintop

From the Wheelchair to the Mountaintop

A three-time Ironman champion's journey from brain cancer to the Andes

Ya Just Never Know...

Ya Just Never Know...

On Pygmy horned lizards and other surprise creatures in Central Oregon

Chef Spotlight: Jamar Adams

Chef Spotlight: Jamar Adams

Going from serving our country to fine dining service, Executive Chef Jamar Adams of Solomon's at Tetherow says food goes straight to the soul

Chef Spotlight: Jamar Adams

Chef Spotlight: Jamar Adams

Going from serving our country to fine dining service, Executive Chef Jamar Adams of Solomon's at Tetherow says food goes straight to the soul

BIPOC Art Show Seeks to Challenge Bend's Racial Narrative

BIPOC Art Show Seeks to Challenge Bend's Racial Narrative

COBIPOC partners with Scalehouse for show opening on First Friday

Queens of the COVID Age

Queens of the COVID Age

Local drag queens have big plans for the future—including a birthday bash, and a new venue located right inside a plant shop

Pop-Up Barbecue, Breakfast Burritos at The Commons

Pop-Up Barbecue, Breakfast Burritos at The Commons

In Mirror Pond Plaza, the first and third Sunday of the month

At Home in Sisters

At Home in Sisters

Everything you could want in a small Oregon mountain town

Free Will Astrology—Week of August 5

Free Will Astrology—Week of August 5

The next two months will be a propitious time for you and your intimate allies to grow closer

The Bend Ale Trail Relaunches, with More than Just Breweries

The Bend Ale Trail Relaunches, with More than Just Breweries

After more than a decade, Visit Bend incentivizes getting your drink on

Hydrology9 NX : Getting High with a Handheld Vaporizer

Hydrology9 NX : Getting High with a Handheld Vaporizer

Put down the paper towels and burn ointment. A new kind of device is here.

If You're New Here: Redmond Breweries

If You're New Here: Redmond Breweries

The Hub City lost one during the pandemic, but is still pouring plenty of locally made beer

May the Source Be With You

May the Source Be With You

Podcasts, streams and shows, August edition

Source Material

Source Material

Highlighting new music from Beyond the Lamplight, Mic Capes & more

A Regal Double Feature

A Regal Double Feature

"Old" and "Snake Eyes," back to back

Shireen Amini Breaks Free

Shireen Amini Breaks Free

The Bend artist releases a vulnerable and empowering album that celebrates finding the joy in being yourself

"Shoot The Moon"

"Shoot The Moon"

Jeshua Marshall's new single is the first step toward the Redmond musician's debut solo album this fall

The Florida Projects

The Florida Projects

Zola deconstructs social media and the modern moment

Video & Podcasts

Source Weekly Update podcast 7/29/21

Source Weekly Update podcast 7/29/21

School board responds to a highly engaged public; more funds for housing

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