This year’s 37th annual Cascade Cycling Classic presented by Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon will be held July 20-24. The race needs Host Housing volunteers to provide homes for riders/teams for this year’s event.
Three vintage airplanes will fly over the Sisters Rodeo at the Saturday afternoon performance on June 11. Erickson Airshow Collection in Madras is sending the airplanes, which will zoom overhead at the end of the National Anthem.
Just in time for concert season, Les Schwab Amphitheater is launching its new “Take Note Initiative” starting with its season opener, the Alabama Shakes concert, on Friday. The new sustainability initiative is designed to reduce waste and make the amphitheater a more environmentally friendly venue.
NeighborImpact Head Start is now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2016-2017 School Year. Children who live in Crook and Deschutes counties may be eligible for Head Start, a free, high-quality pre-school and family support program.
Do you love to go camping? Would you like to share your love of the outdoors with others? The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is seeking experienced campers to help volunteer at our Let's Go Camping events this summer.
The American Red Cross urges blood and platelet donors to choose their day to give and help ensure blood is available for patients all summer long during its annual summer awareness campaign, sponsored by Suburban Propane.
Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., announced Monday that Sage Hassell, a senior at Bend's Mountain View High School, has been selected as the overall winner for Oregon’s Second Congressional District in the 2016 Congressional Art Competition.
Bend-La Pine Schools has announced the finalists for the principal position at Pilot Butte Middle School. Community members are invited to meet the finalists and offer feedback at a forum set at 6 p.m. Monday, May 23 at Pilot Butte Middle School in the library.
The Crooked River Roundup has added the Wild West-inspired Ranch Saddle Bronc Riding to the longest-running roundup in Central Oregon. Now in their 71st year of celebrating cowboy traditions, the community-oriented Crooked River Roundup illustrates why they call Prineville the “Cowboy Capitol of Oregon.”
The Visit Bend Board of Directors voted unanimously to promote from within to fill the vacancy created when longtime CEO Doug La Placa leaves the organization on July 1 to lead another Bend-based company, Precise Flight, Inc.
Bethlehem Inn announced Monday that over $200,000 was raised on Tuesday, May 10 at the sixth annual Spotlight on Homelessness fundraising dinner. This record-breaking amount far surpasses donations received during prior years.