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State Approves Phase Two Reopening for Deschutes County

1. State Approves Phase Two Reopening for Deschutes County

After balking at some recent cases that weren't linked to a source, state officials approved the county's application Friday afternoon
Jun. 5

2. City Predicts Millions in Budget Shortfalls

With hotels empty for months and no one to ticket for speeding, the City gets creative on cuts and leaves most of its reserves in the bank
Jun. 4

3. Not a Crapload of Data... But Some

Preliminary findings from Bend's sewer samples show varying levels of SARS-CoV-2
Jun. 5

4. Hundreds Gather, Largely Masked, for a Black Lives Matter Rally in Downtown Bend

Bend's rally remains peaceful, while others nationwide turn violent
May. 30

5. Are Drive-In Theaters Making a Comeback?

A short-lived drive-in in Prineville offers a nostalgic experience - but are drive-in movies here to stay?
May. 16

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Not a Crapload of Data... But Some

Not a Crapload of Data... But Some

Preliminary findings from Bend's sewer samples show varying levels of SARS-CoV-2

State Approves Phase Two Reopening for Deschutes County

State Approves Phase Two Reopening for Deschutes County

After balking at some recent cases that weren't linked to a source, state officials approved the county's application Friday afternoon

Pearl's Puzzle - Week of June 11

Pearl's Puzzle - Week of June 11

Here's this week's Sudoku

City Predicts Millions in Budget Shortfalls

City Predicts Millions in Budget Shortfalls

With hotels empty for months and no one to ticket for speeding, the City gets creative on cuts and leaves most of its reserves in the bank

Bandcamp is a Platform for the People

Bandcamp is a Platform for the People

The music hosting site and publication will once again waive fees to support artists and then the NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Another Bump in the Road

Another Bump in the Road

Decreased traffic may be convenient now, but will lead to road construction delays

Pearl's Puzzle - Week of June 11

Pearl's Puzzle - Week of June 11

Here's this week's Sudoku

This Modern World—week of June 4

This Modern World—week of June 4

Trump almost started World War Three

Source Suggests These Books

Source Suggests These Books

In the spirit of this Outdoor issue of the Source Weekly, here are three new Adventure Travel standout reads:

Importance of Maintaining Your Home

Importance of Maintaining Your Home

The Exterior Checklist

Kale and Potato Salad

Kale and Potato Salad

Take it on the go or make it for a BBQ; it's the ultimate outdoors salad.

Free Will Astrology—Week of June 4

Free Will Astrology—Week of June 4

"It's OK to live a life others don't understand."

The Show Must Go On... Eventually. Maybe.

The Show Must Go On... Eventually. Maybe.

Will shutdowns push theater outdoors, or is this the end of the (already struggling) Bend theater scene?

Cheers to You, Central Oregon

Cheers to You, Central Oregon

Local drink makers (and one butcher shop) get creative when it comes to giving back

Cans-To-Go: The Beverages of May

Cans-To-Go: The Beverages of May

A look into this month's installment of our Cans-To-Go series, trying out new beers in the comfort of home

Cans-To-Go: Sippy Cup Hazy Pale Ale

Cans-To-Go: Sippy Cup Hazy Pale Ale

A warm afternoon and a few hazy pales, right from Bend

Bandcamp is a Platform for the People

Bandcamp is a Platform for the People

The music hosting site and publication will once again waive fees to support artists and then the NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Not Back to Normal

Not Back to Normal

Trying to have a staycation in a time of unrest

Triple Whammy

Triple Whammy

Eric Leadbetter helps bring joy to the music scene, food industry and hospital workers with the St. Charles Meal Mission

LIVE! From the Volcanic Theatre Pub

LIVE! From the Volcanic Theatre Pub

Four bands will kick off Volcanic's upcoming live-streamed concert series—a hybrid between streaming and in-person shows

Virtually Together ▶ (with video)

Virtually Together ▶ (with video)

Tin Pan Theater and BendFilm celebrate one year together—and in the age of coronavirus, they also celebrate getting new movies on the same day as L.A. or N.Y.C.

No Sisters Folk Festival in 2020

No Sisters Folk Festival in 2020

We'll have to wait til next year to celebrate the beloved music festival

The High Desert is Calling, and It Wants Its Local Music

The High Desert is Calling, and It Wants Its Local Music

A compilation album, bringing together Central Oregon musicians

Not a Crapload of Data... But Some

Not a Crapload of Data... But Some

Preliminary findings from Bend's sewer samples show varying levels of SARS-CoV-2

State Approves Phase Two Reopening for Deschutes County

State Approves Phase Two Reopening for Deschutes County

After balking at some recent cases that weren't linked to a source, state officials approved the county's application Friday afternoon

City Predicts Millions in Budget Shortfalls

City Predicts Millions in Budget Shortfalls

With hotels empty for months and no one to ticket for speeding, the City gets creative on cuts and leaves most of its reserves in the bank

Another Bump in the Road

Another Bump in the Road

Decreased traffic may be convenient now, but will lead to road construction delays

Another COVID Outbreak at Warm Springs

Another COVID Outbreak at Warm Springs

Tribes make plans to slowly reopen government offices and the casino

Source Weekly Update Podcast 6/3/20 🎧

Source Weekly Update Podcast 6/3/20 🎧

A recap of local protests, St. Charles' cutbacks and a story on tourists coming out in numbers

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