That's the $6.6 Million Dollar Question
A private business acquired the land beneath Mirror Pond in 2015, but there are at least 10 different stakeholders, including YOU, the public, who own the waters.
Gov. Kate Brown has yet to announce re-election plans
Local businesses are stocking up to be ready for the influx
O n a normal day, about 200,000 folks call Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties home.
Sketchy boat rides, a blood infection and a burglary. What's not to love about chasing an eclipse?
...and it was pretty anticlimactic.
I t was February of 1979 and my husband and I had moved to Bend just a few months before.
Officials from the Deschutes National Forest have announced a number of road closures for eclipse week, including:
With the wrap-up of the Oregon Legislature, a look at how some parts of the budget shook out for Central Oregonians
With the adjournment of the Legislature on July 7, many people have questions about the budget.
In the wake of marijuana legalization, a writer sets out to find his former dealers—and some ugly truths
Fukushima is the best description of Rob.
Alternative pay medical models offer a local option for healthcare woes
Keeping current on changes in healthcare can be overwhelming.
New law protects good Samaritans when rescuing children and pets from hot vehicles — with some conditions
New law protects good Samaritans when rescuing children and pets from hot vehicles — with some conditions.
Bend 2030 offers up 12 solutions to the Bend City Council to foster currently-elusive middle market housing
The Housing Reality