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3 brain surgeries then back on the bike

07/27/2014

In the middle of his time trial in the Cascade Cycling Classic on July 17, Dillon Caldwell was pushing himself harder than he had ever

Melissa Bowerman charged in sex abuse case

07/23/2014

Melissa Bowerman sent naked pictures of herself to a student on the Madras High School track team she coached, asking the 17-year-old student for pictures

A week without Highway 26

07/24/2014

It’s hard to make a latte without milk. So when the Waterman Complex Fire forced the Oregon Department of Transportation to close U.S. Highway 26

10 Barrel’s Swill recalled

07/30/2014

Swill, a sour fruit beer brewed by 10 Barrel Brewing Co., is being pulled off shelves across the Northwest. The Bend brewery issued a voluntary

Medicaid changes could affect all Oregon health care

07/18/2014

Joel “Charley” Jones has become a poster boy for Oregon’s new health care reform effort. His story is an example of Oregon’s attempt to revolutionize

Traffic now moving after U.S. Highway 97 accident

07/25/2014

Traffic is now moving on U.S. Highway 97, which had been blocked by an accident at milepost 127 between Bend and Redmond, according to the

Warm Springs auto racetrack gets new consideration

07/28/2014

Efforts are underway to renew interest in a stalled proposal to build an auto racing complex on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation near Madras. If

Guard dog gunned down in goat pasture

07/29/2014

Not only did Ed Barnes find one of his guard dogs shot dead this weekend in the pasture they protect off O’Neil Highway between Redmond

Bend company to open Portland office

07/23/2014

Droplr, a Bend high-tech startup, continues to gain momentum and grow, but a lack of financial support from local investors has prompted the company to

Koch brothers wade into Oregon

07/23/2014

PORTLAND — An organization with ties to the Koch brothers — billionaire businessmen renowned for bankrolling conservative causes and tea party candidates — has waded