Have you ever considered the Oregon State Police as a career? If so, the Oregon State Police offers numerous duty assignments across our beautiful state and will be accepting Entry Level and Lateral recruit trooper applications beginning today and will close at midnight on Sunday, August 7.
With the generous support of the Central Oregon community, Central Oregon Council on Aging is able to continue offering programs and services that empower seniors to remain independent and enhance their quality of life. And now, COCOA is taking its fundraising efforts to the next level to impact even more seniors.
Following the completion of a $10 million renovation, Riverhouse on the Deschutes hotel, in partnership with Executive Producer G2 Strategic, announced Thursday they are launching a new jazz series, Mt. Bachelor Riverhouse Jazz.
Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore.) welcomed Congressional Art Competition Winner Sage Hassell, a recent graduate of Mountain View High School in Bend, to the U.S. Capitol to see her winning painting unveiled in the national student art exhibit.
ALL ABOARD for an old-fashioned, all American4th of Julyin Prineville! This Independence Day, the Oregon Historical Society and the city of Prineville will run the Mt. Emily Shay #1 on a series of excursion trips beginning at 8 am, with runs occurring every hour on the hour until the last train departs at 3 pm.
The Bloom Project, a Bend-based, volunteer-driven nonprofit that provides fresh floral bouquets to hospice and palliative care patients, has received a $5,000 grant from the Vital Life, a Marquis and Consonus Foundation.
On Tuesday, the traffic light at Venture Lane and South Century Drive in Sunriver will be shut off at 8:30 a.m. and will remain off for most of the day. The Deschutes County Road Department will be working with a contractor to remove trees in the area.
A short road segment of Forest Road 30 at the junction with Crazy Creek, about 5 miles east of Big Summit Prairie, will be closed beginning Wednesday, and expected to stay closed into October, while contractors install a new culvert.
The Tower Theatre Foundation is the recipient of a $9,000 grant from the Daryl L. and Patricia L. Swenson Fund and a $1,000 grant from the Williamson Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation to help fund the Tower Theatre Foundation's education manager for a third year.
Central Oregon Veterans Outreach, Inc. is hosting the 2016 Veterans Stand Down and Community Resource Fair for Central Oregon on Friday, June 24. This event is open to everyone in our community that is homeless and/or low income, and is a one-stop area to connect with valuable resources from within our area.
The Exhibitor/Premium Book for the 2016 Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo is now available. The premium book includes all of the rules and regulations pertaining to the fair and details for each of the exhibit categories.
Beverly Jackson, professor of health information technology and director of the HIT program, has been selected as the 2016 recipient of Central Oregon Community College’s Faculty Achievement Award. Presented annually since 1986, the award recognizes excellence in teaching.
Discover Your Forest would like to invite Central Oregon photographers to submit their photo representations of iconic Deschutes and Ochoco National Forest landscapes to be featured and auctioned off at a fundraising event in August.
Business Oregon has approved a request from Deschutes County, the city of La Pine (zone sponsors) and Economic Development for Central Oregon to expand the county's Rural Enterprise Zone boundary to include Sunriver Business Park and Spring River Plaza.
Arts Central announced Monday that it is the recipient of a $15,000 grant award from The Collins Foundation to expand its staff and upgrade equipment, all to deliver enhanced services throughout Central Oregon.