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Bend natural gas line work shifts west

Phase 3 of the Cascade Natural Gas Pipeline Replacement Project in Bend moves west this week: a crew will be working in the alley between NW Broadway St. & NW Congress St., at the intersection with NW Louisiana Ave.


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La Pine woman arrested in assault with knife

A 26-year-old La Pine woman was arrested on attempted murder and assault charges Saturday night, accused of cutting a 52-year-old La Pine man with a knife, Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies said Sunday.

West Nile virus in JeffCo horse

Culver horse tests positive for West Nile virus

A Bend equine veterinary clinic says it has diagnosed a case of equine West Nile virus in a horse from the Jefferson County town of Culver, the third so far in Oregon this year.

Bend road project frustrates drivers

Reed Market Rd. work sparks driver dismay

More construction cones, more frustration. Drivers on Reed Market Road in southeast bend are getting agitate, while city officials discuss progress on the project.

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Bend man's pickup crashes on Hwy. 126W; mother killed

A 65-year-old Bend man crashed his pickup into a tree along Hwy. 126W in Lane County Friday afternoon, and his 87-year-old mother died after being taken to a Springfield hospital, Oregon State Police reported.

Bend family rocked by suicide speaks

After suicide: Moving forward, as a family

Matt McDonald concludes our week-long series of special reports marking National Suicide Prevention Week with a conversation with the mother and sister of Bend High student Zack Leyes, whose on-campus suicide shocked the community.

Pwodr Corp sells large resort in Utah

Mt Bachelor's parent co. sells big Utah resort

One of Utah's largest ski areas was sold by Mt. Bachelor's parent company, Powdr Corp., to Vail Resorts Inc. Thursday, resolving a legal battle between two ski titans and paving the way for the creation of what could be the country's largest resort.

Nightmare scenario Shooter drill

C.O. police test tactics in 'shooter' drill

It took months of planning and more than 300 people to prepare Friday's "active shooter" drill on COCC's Bend campus, the largest held in the region.


Redmond planning panel reviews development code

The City of Redmond is holding a work session with its Planning Commission to review livability goals and policies; design standards for single family homes; and, changes to the signage section of the Development Code to consider greater restrictions on digital signage on Monday at 6:00 pm.

Cascade Cycling Classic in jeopardy of cancellation

BMC drops Cascade Cycling Classic title sponsorship

After a nine-year partnership, Bend Memorial Clinic is not renewing its title sponsorship of the Cascade Cycling Classic, and the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation said Thursday it needs a new one by Oct. 15th in order to hold the long-time multi-stage race next year.


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