Bend, Ore. – For the last three years, wildfires have rampaged through Oregon and destroyed delicate ecosystems, polluted air quality, endangered rural communities, and also cost the state millions of dollars. In a recent legislative poll conducted by Senator Tim Knopp (R-Bend), Central Oregonians made it clear that the reduction of wildfires, through sustainable forest management plans, is a top priority.
Happening until Sunday, in downtown Bend, join the most talented independent filmmakers for 4 days of films, music, and conversations in Bend’s quaint theaters and hip restaurants and bars. For more information about this year’s event, click
Less than 1 percent of all students who take the ACT come away with a perfect score of 36. This year, two students from Bend-La Pine Schools’ earned that distinction – Summit High School senior Savannah Kane
Bend, Ore. – (Oct. 11, 2019) –A 78-acre prescribed fire is scheduled for Shevlin Park on Tuesday, Oct. 15, and the park will be closed for the day. A tour opportunity is available for community members interested
BEND, Ore. – In a special presentation Wednesday, St. Charles Bend’s new patient tower will be named for Jim Lussier, whose 34-year career at St. Charles Health System culminated in his role as president and CEO from 1989
Stroke Awareness Oregon is pleased to announce Ted W. Baxter, author of Relentless: How a Massive Stroke Changed my Life for the Better will be speaking at Westside Church in the Chapel Tuesday, October 15, 2019 for