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Will Oregon follow its buds Colorado and Washington

Decision 2014: Measure 91 debate lights up

In two weeks, Oregonians will learn if recreational  marijuana will become legal. As campaign donations pour in and supporters and opponents square off, the debate over Measure 91 is just now lighting up.

City council candidate residency in question

Bend council candidate's residency in question

There is a twist in a Bend City Council race: Candidate Casey Roats' residency has been questioned, and he acknowledged staying outside the city for part of the past year, while his new home was under construction. 

OLCC Investigations

Over-served? OLCC looks into three Bend businesses

Three Bend businesses are being investigated by the Oregon Liquor Commission to determine if they served too much alcohol on recent occasions.

Bend freelance writer visits North Korea

Bend writer's novel ski trip -- to North Korea

Eight days and seven nights -- that's how long Bend freelance travel writer Tim Neville spent in North Korea -- a tightly controlled country few Americans get to experience, much less to hit the slopes in.

Proposed Paved Trail Causes Backlash

USFS drops Sisters-Black Butte paved path plan

Sisters District Ranger Kristie Miller said Tuesday evening she has withdrawn her decision to proceed with a controversial project that would have built a paved path from Sisters to Black Butte Ranch.

Bend misses water deadline

Bend fails to meet water treatment deadline

More than 21,000 city of Bend water customers are getting a notice of the city’s failure to meet an Oct. 1 state deadline, set and extended years ago, to treat its water for the parasite cryptosporidium. But the filtration plant is being built, and due online in early 2016.

Terrebonne s big pumpkin boom

Pumpkin patch boosts Terrebonne businesses

Halloween is creeping closer, and hundreds are flocking to the pumpkin patch to find that perfect orange gourd. Thanks to all the traffic, businesses in Terrebonne are seeing green.

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Crime Stoppers: Cattle rustlers take newborn calves

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public's help and tips after responding to three recent reports of cattle rustling in the Juniper Butte area near Culver -- all involving newborn calves.

McKay Park

Bend Park & Recreation District

McKay Park trees rotting, dying, coming down

As part of the Colorado Dam Safe Passage project, an inspection has found most large cottonwoods at McKay Park are diseased or rotting and pose a hazard, so they will be removed in coming days, the Bend Park and Rec District said Tuesday.

Marijuana (MGN graphic)

MGN graphic

Washington sheriff says pot rules working

The sheriff of King County in Washington state says he made a video ad for the Yes on 91 campaign so Oregonians would know that since a similar measure to legalize marijuana passed in Washington, "the sky hasn't fallen."

Jeffrey Fowle hugs family

CNN

American held by North Korea returns home

After five months of detention in North Korea, Jeffrey Fowle arrived home in Ohio early Wednesday for an emotional reunion with his family.

Stepping off the plane at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and onto the tarmac, he was embraced by family member...

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