'Tis the season, with snow largely melted from city streets, when drivers begin to bemoan one consequence of a big winter storm: Potholes. While it can be a jarring experience to hit one unawares, we advise those wanting to complain to walk just a few minutes in another's shoes.
Wildfire Recent legislation and commentary from political figures Rep. Greg Walden appear to support more logging/thinning as a panacea for wildfire and forest health.
Last month, the Bend City Council convened away from City Hall for its biannual goal-setting process. The goals-in-process differ slightly from the goals set two years prior—at least in how they're categorized.
In Response to, "Happenings at Bend Parks" on 2/6
Most people have heard the phrase, "time is money." If that is true, it might follow that people who profess to be "fiscally responsible" would take the time—and the time of others—into consideration when attempting to be fiscally responsible.
Local United Methodists: Queer People are Loved by God As ministers in the United Methodist Church, our hearts break this week at news that our parent denomination—by a narrow margin—has voted to double-down on its ban on same-sex marriages and the ordination of queer clergy.
Mt. Bachelor's Management
This week, Editor Nicole Vulcan has elected to write a personal note to readers, in honor of the 2019 Women's Issue. Every year, the Source dedicates one issue to highlighting the work of some of the women doing impactful work around social, environmental and cultural change in our community.
Corrections The print edition of the story, "Many Arms" (1/30), stated that a recent Lyle Lovett show in Sisters was part of the Sisters Folk Festival Americana project, which we have found to be inaccurate.
In Central Oregon, housing and transportation infrastructure represent two of the region's biggest challenges. With explosive growth in recent decades, people know the housing shortage can drive up rents and make buying more difficult.
Bend City Council Has the Bend City Council lost its fricken mind?
It's no secret that Oregon produces good weed—and a lot of it. Along with other bastions of marijuana, such as Humboldt County, Calif., Oregonians have a very green thumb that's put the state near the top of the heap when it comes to production of the stuff.