Vol. 21, No. 41
Clearing Up Mirror Pond
The latest on the proposed plan for dredging Bend's most contentious body of water—which thus far, isn't funded, permitted or approved by local governing bodies.
By Magdalena Bokowa
Did OSU-Cascades Get the Shaft?
A fraction of requested funds means overcrowding can happen by 2020
By Christian Trejbal
Prineville Wins Award for Crooked River Wetlands Project
By Nicole Vulcan
Oregon Delegation Works Toward More Wildfire Support
State Park Campground Fees Going Up
31 Days of Halloween: October 2- The Devil's Candy (2015)
By Jared Rasic
Footnotes on OSU-Cascades funding
Q&A with New York Times Best Selling Author Beth Macy
"Reporting From The Margins" at the Tower Theatre on Tuesday, Oct. 17
By Keely Damara
Seen the "You Matter" signs around town? Prepare to see more.
Awesome Bend pitch night winner will temporarily employ houseless people as part of the project.
Why did Local Oregon Legislators Oppose New Distracted Driving Laws?
We dissect why Knute Buehler voted no.
Letters to the Editor: Religion vs Public Schools, Gun Laws and More
Ganj in the Golden State
By Josh Jardine
What's Going On In Real Estate in Bend
By Nick Nayne, Principal Broker
Pay Pal: When Does Some "Sugar" Translate to a Sugar Daddy?
By Amy Alkon
Picks of the Week: Oct 11-18
Artist's Spotlight: Molly Carroll
New book inspires author, readers
By Teafly Peterson
Source Spotlight: Robert "Bobbo" Marsh
By K.M. Collins
A Broken Angel Serves Heavenly Meals
Vegan, vegetarian or not, delicious food for everyone
By Lisa Sipe
Little Bites: Worthy Opening Second Location
Little Bites: Brown's Basics Opens Food Cart
Sunriver Brewing Company: Local winners at the Great American Beer Festival
By Kevin Gifford
Run Them Blades Fast
Lost like tears in rain
Bingeworthy: October Spookiness
Feminist horror, the gods of America and the profoundly profane
Tunes for Jazz Lovers
Riverhouse Jazz and Jazz at the Oxford return for their 2nd and 8th seasons, respectively
By Anne Pick
People and Power
The Last Internationale write bluesy protest songs and refuse to censor themselves
A Different Kind of Classroom
Outdoor School is on for Central Oregon's fifth and sixth graders
By Jim Anderson
Don't Get Those Lululemons In a Twist
How beer yoga can aid in your pursuit of hoppiness.
(See what we did there?)
20/40/60: The Drive Less Challenge
A Millennial, a Xennial and an old hippie endeavor to alt-commute to work. Who will log the most miles?
By Nicole Vulcan, Wyatt Gaines and Richard Sitts
Breakfast & Lunch Guide 2017
Cascade Equinox Festival
Deschutes County Fairgrounds and Expo Center
Fri., Sept. 22, Sat., Sept. 23 and Sun., Sept. 24
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