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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality said Monday it has issued a $1,125 penalty to the city of La Pine for failing to submit timely discharge monitoring reports as required under its Water Pollution Control Facilities permit.
Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic announced that it is the recipient of ten substantial grant awards and major donations, all of which will allow the nonprofit to further its work in the community.
The Downtown Bend Business Association announces a decline in the occupancy for 3rd quarter of 2014. After setting a record last quarter with 98% occupancy, the most recent quarter saw a dip in occupancy to 96%.
Wells Fargo donated $1,000 each to 10 elementary schools in Central Oregon. It will be up to each school to determine how to use the unrestricted funds. The schools are located in Bend, Culver, La Pine, Madras, Prineville and Redmond.
The Central Oregon Visitors Association and Travel Oregon are thrilled to announce BIKE magazine has selected Sunriver as the base camp for its annual Bible of Bike Tests issue set for release in January 2015.
The Bend-La Pine Schools community has much to celebrate with the release of the Oregon Department of Education's Report Card. Twenty-four of the district's 28 schools earned the state's top rankings of 4 or 5.
Don’t miss a wonderful time of celebrating the newly opened North County Health Services Building in Redmond! An October 28 open house and Redmond Chamber ribbon cutting mark the opening of the new building.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, the nation’s largest free, volunteer-run tax preparation and assistance service, is seeking volunteers across Oregon to help Oregon taxpayers who are seeking assistance preparing and filing their 2014 tax returns.
On Thursday afternoon, charter members of 100+ Women Who Care of Central Oregon presented their first official donation to the Bethlehem Inn, a homeless shelter in Bend. This new fundraising organization handed over checks totaling $18,155.