The Bend Fire Department responded to a structure fire with a possible propane or natural gas leak. Upon arrival Bend Fire crews found what appeared to be a bark mulch fire that heated a 5 gallon bottle of propane to the point that it vented gas and caught fire exposing the residence to fire. The exterior of the house was partially burned. No fire extended inside the structure or attic of the structure. Crews quickly extinguished the fire and evacuated smoke from inside the residence. After investigation the cause was undetermined. Although the cause of this fire was undetermined the Bend Fire Department would like to remind everyone to be extremely cautious with barbecue equipment around combustible materials such as bark mulch or wood deck.
The Redmond Police Department is currently at the Oregon Tire Shop, 612 NW 5th St., Redmond, dealing with a barricaded subject inside the building. There is a large law-enforcement presence in the area and we are asking
BEND, Ore. – Bend has made it close to the top of yet another national list, this one an analysis that ranks more than 500 cities in terms of economic growth this decade. With the Census Bureau reporting that
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