The Humane Society of Central Oregon is helping people put a spring into their step with a new best friend, by reducing all dog adoption fees by 40%! This promotion is for a limited time, so run to the shelter to meet your new buddy at the Humane Society of Central Oregon in Bend.
Every eight minutes in America, someone risks their life by striking an underground utility line. Pacific Power urges customers to protect themselves and their families and change this alarming statistic with one simple act: dialing 8-1-1 two days before doing any digging.
Manufacturing and engineering students at Bend Senior High School have are using their technical skills to establish habitat for small animals on the school campus as a way to recognize and celebrate Earth Day.
Bend-La Pine Schools Superintendent Ron Wilkinson announced today that Brian Kissell has been selected to become the next principal at Highland Elementary School at Kenwood. Kissell is currently the principal at Ada Harris Elementary in Cardiff, Calif., a position he has held since 2010.
NeighborImpact is calling on community members to help stock the regional food warehouse in Redmond over the next several weeks. Two important food drives bring in about 65,000 pounds of food, which keeps food on the shelves through the summer months.
Thirty-nine years ago, the Building a Better Central Oregon Awards (BBCO) were established during an economic downturn, when interest rates were in the double digits and very little was happening to beautify Central Oregon communities.
It’s spring again in Central Oregon! It’s time for irrigation systems to be turned on after sitting idle all winter. Most systems need to be re-calibrated to make sure proper coverage happens over planted areas.
When people think of the Red Cross they usually think of donating blood or large disasters like hurricanes and tornadoes. With all the attention received by major disasters, people don’t realize the most common disaster threat is not hurricanes or tornadoes—it’s home fires.
Friday, May 1, is `Drink One for Dane’ Day, when more than 240 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in seven states will donate proceeds to the Muscular Dystrophy Association , the world leader in fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
The Bend Cultural Tourism Commission is pleased to announce they have received 17 applications for its 2015 inaugural grant cycle, with the requested amount totaling $436,010. The Commission expects to award about $110,000 in 2015.
Dine out at a downtown Bend restaurant next Tuesday, April 21 and help homeless animals. Participating Tables for Tails restaurants are partnering with the Humane Society of Central Oregon, so people can dine out for a cause and help those with paws.
The Oregon Tourism Commission (dba Travel Oregon) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2014 Travel and Tourism Industry Achievement Awards, presented at the 2015 Governor's Conference on Tourism in Eugene.
Dog lovers and park users are invited to lend a hand at a community-wide spring cleanup event at all seven of Bend Park & Recreation District’s off-leash areas. Scheduled for Saturday, April 25th, the annual “Dog Park Cleanup Day” is from 9:00 am to 12 noon.
Tower Theatre has been included in the 2015 Membership of the League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT), a list that also includes all the major NYC Broadway houses operated by Disney, Nederlander, Shubert, and Jujamcyn.