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Bend-La Pine school boundary meetings set

The Bend-La Pine Schools' Boundary Advisory Committee, charged with helping redraw the attendance areas for district schools, is hosting a series of public information sessions at local schools next week.

Bend HS honors 3 distinguished alumni

Bend High School will honor three distinguished alumni during Homecoming events Friday.

Redmond Meals on Wheels seeks volunteer drivers

Be part of a team and make a difference!  The Redmond Senior Center is actively seeking volunteer Meals on Wheels drivers to deliver nutritious meals, warm smiles, and safety checks that help keep our seniors healthy, safe, and living independently in their own homes.

ODOT: Be prepared for rainy, wintry travel

Whenever there's a chance of stormy weather, ODOT encourages everyone to plan for extra traveling time - whether you are driving, riding your bike, or walking.

Bend Brewfest raises $13,000 for charities

Pints have been raised, toasts have been made and the 2014 Bend Brewfest, which was held in August, is all wrapped up. A fundraiser for local charities, this annual event raised more than $13,000 for three non-profit groups based in Central Oregon.

Bend Ale Trail Month offers special trophy

When you think of October, you probably picture Halloween costumes and candy. July? Bring on the fireworks and parades! This November, organizers of the Bend Ale Trail want Bend, Oregon visitors to equate this humble month with a bounty of Bend craft beer.

Mosaic Medical among Oregon's 'healthiest employers'

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Mosaic Medical is pleased to announce that we were recently named one of Portland Business Journal’s 2014 “Healthiest Employers of Oregon” in the 100 – 499 employee category.

Ochoco NF-Crooked River Grassland have new Website

The Ochoco National Forest and the Crooked River National Grassland now have their own website at:

Oct. 27 deadline for Veterans Day Parade entries

Show off your support for veterans at the 2014 Bend Chamber Veterans Day Parade!

Deer Ridge inmate firefighter crews honored

The Deer Ridge Correctional Institution firefighter crews were recognized for their hard work during the 2014 fire season at a ceremony held on Saturday at the state prison near Madras.

Facebook seeks community grant requests

 Facebook Prineville Data Center has announced the opening of the next funding cycle of its Community Action Grants Program in Crook County.

Natural gas line work to affect traffic near Drake Park

Expect a fair amount of congestion Wednesday morning near the south end of Drake Park as Cascade Natural Gas crews pull a long 6-inch gas line along Galveston Avenue under the Galveston Bridge, officials said.

Tour des Chutes gives big to cancer survivors

Tour des Chutes, an annual fundraising event for local cancer survivorship programs, was held July 12th, with record level participation by riders and sponsors. In August, the board of directors announced they planned to grant $125,000 to local cancer survivorship programs.

Deschutes plans property tax town halls

 If you own property in Deschutes County, you’re familiar with recent real estate market value “ups and downs” during the last few years. Through upcoming town hall meetings, Deschutes County Assessor Scot Langton, wants to prepare you for an interesting combination of Measure 50 consequences, market fluctuation and current economic circumstances.

Bend has online survey for Galveston Avenue users

Do you use Galveston Avenue in Bend? The city is looking for input from the community to develop a Galveston Avenue streetscape concept.

Bend natural gas line work continues

Expect more congestion and flaggers Monday around 5th & Saginaw in Bend as Cascade Natural Gas crews use a rock saw to install a new gas line.

Grant to Tower funds new education coordinator

The Tower Theatre Foundation has received a $50,000 grant over three years from the Roy and Diane Marvin Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation to hire an education coordinator and expand the nonprofit’s LessonPLAN (Performing Live Arts Now) Series.

HSCO: Fall in love with a feline for $5

Fall is here, and it’s the purrfect time to cozy up with a new furry feline friend.  The Humane Society of Central Oregon’s adoption fee is falling for all felines, four months and older, to only $5. The shelter is filled with cats, and one is sure to steal your heart.

Bend Chamber elects four board members

The Bend Chamber is proud to announce the results for the 2014 Chamber Board of Directors election.

KIDS Center grant to fund pilot program

KIDS Center, Central Oregon’s only child abuse intervention center, recently was awarded a $40,610 grant from Meyer Memorial Trust for a new pilot program to support children who have witnessed domestic violence.

Temporary trail closures for public safety

Beginning Monday, a temporary closure of sections of the Sun-Lava path and Blackrock trail will be in place until the end of November.

Redmond seeks advisors on mid-town planning

The city of Redmond is seeking volunteers from the community to participate on a Project Advisory Committee to advise the city on revitalization and redevelopment in the City Center Mid-Town area, bounded by Jackpine Avenue to the North, Antler Avenue to the South, 3rd Street to the East and 8th Street to the West.

As temperatures chill, sprinkler safety urged

Temperatures are dropping in Central Oregon.  This means it’s time to think about sprinkler safety and how to prevent those slips, trips and falls caused by excessive water on our sidewalks and streets.

Redmond man honored for 63 years with Lions

Redmond Lion honored for 63 years

The Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation hosted its Annual Hall of Fame Gala at the Tualatin Country Club on Saturday to honor the Lions history and outstanding work in communities all around the state.

Get a flu shot, help kids in the community

Flu season is here, have you received your flu shot yet? It’s not too late! The last community flu shot clinic supporting Healthy Beginnings will be Friday, October 24th, 12 noon - 6pm at Newport Ave. Market in Bend.

Mid Oregon Credit Union honored for 'Pay it Forward'

Mid Oregon Credit Union was honored at the recent Northwest Credit Union Association annual convention for their impactful outreach efforts with “Pay it Forward.”

Sunriver man joins Bend-La Pine School Board

The Bend-La Pine Schools Board of Directors selected Stuart Young to represent Zone 4 in south Deschutes County during a meeting Tuesday evening.

DAR holding two student essay contests

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution sponsors one annual essay contest for teens and another for younger children, and the Bend chapter will offer prizes.

Healthy Beginnings screenings Oct. 24 in Bend

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What parent doesn't have questions? Is your child's development on track? Will their smile last a lifetime and can they hear and see okay? Health and development from birth through age five is critical to your child’s success.

Boys & Girls Club of Bend new board members

The Boys & Girls Club of Bend is excited to announce the addition of four new board members: Roslyn Eaton, Anna Higgins, Suzanne Kelso and Tami MacLeod.


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