Vol. 26, No. 31
For the Kids
After a foray into Hollywood and back, a suicide awareness art exhibition leads to a program supporting kids in Bend
By Nicole Vulcan
Cline Butte Sale Terminated
Environmentalists claim victory in preserving public natural land, but the developer leasing it says
Thornburgh, his proposed destination resort, is moving forward
By Jack Harvel
Lightning a Fire
A week of high heat followed by a week of fire
Deschutes County voters will decide to reaffirm or reverse course on Measure 109, the bill that legalized psilocybin-assisted therapies
Prendiendo el Fuego
Una semana de altas temperaturas seguida por una semana de incendios
By Por Jack Harvel Traducido por Jessica Sanchez-Millar
Deschutes County Psilocybin Services: Stop the Steal
Community members who rail about red tape, excess spending, about inefficiencies and the will of the people being subverted should be upset.
Letters to the Editor 08/04/2022
Gung Ho for Quarter of a Century
Celebrate 25 years of the Source Weekly with us!
By Chris Williams
Awakening Your Inner Hero: We Are All Roommates
Thinking differently does not have to put distance between us. It can even bring us closer together.
By Burt Gershater
Horoscope Week of August 4, 2022
By Rob Brezsny
Explore classic to creative s'mores on National S'mores Day
By Damian Fagan
From Portland to Bend, Smash Burger Location Opens
More Seafood for West Side of Bend
Do Your Elf a Favor and Journey to the New Kobold
Redmond brewery opens The Lair in downtown Bend
By Brian Yaeger
May the Source Be With You: August Edition
"The Missing," "Black Bird" and "Killers of the Flower Moon"
By Jared Rasic
Good Times on Island Time with Good Friends
Nathan Tucker and Tim Howe dish on the makings of their debut album "First Rodeo"
By Isaac Biehl
New Album for a Classic Band
Cheap Trick will roll out some hits at the Deschutes County Fair—while also promoting its 2021 album
By Dave Gil de Rubio
2022 Deschutes County Fair and Rodeo
Giddy up, the fair is here!
Disc Golf Flying High in Central Oregon
Upcoming events and soaring interest highlight the scene
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