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Radloff to join new Bend church

Removed Bend pastor quits church, joins another

More than six months after his removal as pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Bend, Father James Radloff announced Tuesday he is resigning from the Roman Catholic Church and will start a new parish in Bend, affiliated with the Evangelical Catholic Diocese of the Northwest.

Same-sex marriage rally

Same-sex marriage supporters rally in Bend

On Wednesday, a federal judge will hear oral arguments over Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage. Foes of the ban held vigils around the state Tuesday, including one that drew about 60 people in downtown Bend.

Bend hydrant floood

Bend Fire and Rescue

Bend police ID teen suspect in hydrant vandalism

Bend police said Tuesday they have identified a 16-year-old Bend boy as a suspect in a weekend incident of fire hydrant vandalism that sent thousands of gallons of water pouring down a southwest Bend street, damaging three nearby properties.

Chain restaurants have hard time in CO

Some chain restaurants have hard time in C.O.

Bend's economy is doing well. According to the Bend Chamber, 91 percent of businesses that open their doors in Bend stay open. Meanwhile, some chain restaurants are still looking for the recipe for success, as several have closed in Bend in recent years.

Former Prineville scoutmaster arrested on sex abuse

Prineville family talks of scoutmaster's alleged abuse

A former Prineville Boy Scout leader arrested on sex abuse charges is out on bail, but a family accusing him of child molestation hopes he'll soon again be behind bars.

Long-time Redmond restaurant closing

Iconic Redmond restaurant closing after 29 years

By next week, a Redmond staple will close its doors after nearly three decades in business.

Facebook tips for small businesses

Bend business owners share Facebook tips

Hundreds of small business owners gathered in Bend Monday for a Facebook "Small Business Boost" workshop.

Rep Walden talks with CO brewers about FDA rules

Walden talks with C.O. brewers about FDA rules

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., met with Central Oregon brewers and ranchers in Bend Monday to discuss proposed federal rules limiting the use of spent grains from breweries that they fear could send beer and meat prices rising dramatically.

Eagle Crest house fire

Traci Cooper/Redmond Fire & Rescue

Redmond FD: Cigarette started Eagle Crest house fire

Redmond firefighters said a fire that caused $60,000 damage at a home in Eagle Crest Resort early Monday was sparked by a cigarette on the deck.

OSU-Cascades site plans delayed

OSU-Cascades site plan delayed a bit

OSU-Cascades was expected to submit its Westside site plans to the city of Bend Monday, but things did not go quite as planned.


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