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Downtown Street Closures: Cool Idea, Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen

1. Downtown Street Closures: Cool Idea, Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen

In the coming weeks some restaurants and shops will expand onto sidewalks and parking lots, but moving forward on true pedestrian district may be wishful thinking
May. 23

2. 'The Church is Not a Building' ▶ [With Video]

Local clergy look to the positive side of moving online—including increases in participation
May. 24

3. Cans-To-Go: Sippy Cup Hazy Pale Ale

A warm afternoon and a few hazy pales, right from Bend
May. 23

4. Gravel Bike Adventures in the Ochoco National Forest

Finding solitude and wide-open spaces, just east of Bend
May. 20

5. Pearl's Puzzle - Week of May 21

Here's this week's Sudoku!
May. 23

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Downtown Street Closures: Cool Idea, Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen

Downtown Street Closures: Cool Idea, Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen

In the coming weeks some restaurants and shops will expand onto sidewalks and parking lots, but moving forward on true pedestrian district may be wishful thinking

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Here's this week's Sudoku!

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Downtown Street Closures: Cool Idea, Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen

Downtown Street Closures: Cool Idea, Lots of Cooks in the Kitchen

In the coming weeks some restaurants and shops will expand onto sidewalks and parking lots, but moving forward on true pedestrian district may be wishful thinking

Emergency Loans for Local Businesses

Emergency Loans for Local Businesses

Steve Ferber, director of commercial services at Mid Oregon Credit Union, talks to the Source about how the federal relief program played out in Central Oregon

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