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OSU-Cascades’ plan for its 128-acre campus

Campus construction plan will go to city for review

Oregon State University-Cascades will soon submit an application to the city of Bend for review … Read more

New Southern California flight coming to Redmond in 2018

United to add direct flight to LAX in April

Central Oregon residents are getting another direct flight to Los Angeles in 2018, just in … Read more

Bachelor’s early start to season is on hold

The ski area plans to resume operations Friday

The earliest season opening at Mt. Bachelor in more than a decade has been put … Read more

Police identify bicyclist in fatal collision with FedEx truck

Officials say accident site is a relatively safe intersection

The bicyclist who was killed Monday after being struck by a FedEx truck in northwest … Read more

Oregon’s health care overpayment grows

PORTLAND — Money problems at the Oregon agency that oversees Medicaid could be more than … Read more

Oregon Institute of Technology launches Cyber Defense Center

PORTLAND — Kris Rosenberg’s oven has wi-fi, and it makes the Oregon Institute of Technology … Read more

Prineville woman accused of stabbing boyfriend

A 48-year-old Prineville woman is accused of stabbing her boyfriend multiple times after a dispute … Read more

Capitol Roundup: State gets new legislator as Congress debates taxes

Daniel Bonham picked to replace Rep. John Huffman, R-The Dalles

SALEM — The Central Oregon delegation to the Legislature added a new member Monday. Republican … Read more

Deer and elk disease comes to Central Oregon

Chronic wasting disease found in carcass brought from Montana to Madras

Oregon saw its first confirmed case of a fatal and easily spread disease that affects … Read more

A farm gets ready for turkey day

Butchering day has come for heritage turkeys at local farm

There’s no busier week if you’re a turkey farmer — or a turkey — than … Read more

New state office looks to boost recreation economy

SALEM — A newly created state office is hoping to take Oregon’s recreational economy from … Read more

Dunes City, on the coast, is divided over marijuana

DUNES CITY — Close to the Pacific Ocean and tucked between two lakes, Dunes City … Read more

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Around the state

Train stabbing suspect’s bail denied — A judge has denied bail to the Portland man … Read more

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Students at Warm Springs school savor free produce program

Music teacher started program after students kept asking for fruit

The students at Warm Springs K-8 Academy are all smiles whenever they receive a treat … Read more

Arson suspect facing Malheur County charges

Utah man charged with starting McKay Fire, two others along U.S. Highway 97

The Utah man accused of setting three small wildfires south of Bend after stealing a … Read more

Family of teen who started Eagle Creek fire speaks out

The 15-year-old suspected of starting the Eagle Creek fire by playing with fireworks is a … Read more

Grammy winning drummer shares tips at music workshop

Peter Erskin has performed on 600 albums, worked on numerous films

A room full of local music students and musicians learned from renowned drummer Peter Erskine … Read more

Can Bend use development fees to ease housing scarcity?

Council interested in lower fees for small houses, raising them in expansion areas

A few weeks after the Bend City Council voted to exempt affordable housing developers from … Read more

After resource plan, what’s next for Crook County?

Advocates, environmentalists butt heads about whether plan will change

Earlier this month, Crook County leaders passed a plan designed to give county residents more … Read more

Civic Calendar

Monday Deschutes County commission: The commission will hold a regular business meeting; 8 a.m.; Deschutes … Read more

Dogs play part in stem cell research

KLAMATH FALLS — Tank, a large 2-year-old Newfoundland dog who fits the name, was getting … Read more

Around the state

Rhodes scholar — A Portland man who has studied gaps in the city’s policy for … Read more

Education Notes

Military notes • Joseph Z. Daley, U.S. Air Force airman, graduated from basic military training … Read more

Lava Bears tight end is the team’s unofficial barber in 1992

Compiled by Don Hoiness from archived copies of The Bulletin at Deschutes County Historical Society. … Read more

Around the State

Officials raise pot penalty fines MEDFORD — Officials in southwestern Oregon say they’re doubling the … Read more

Families of mentally ill want easier commitment

Laws protecting civil liberties could be keeping some from the treatment they need

MEDFORD — Jason Coburn was sleeping under a train when it started moving, dragging him … Read more

Laser lights pose a problem for pilots

GRANTS PASS— Larry Graves picked up a laser pointer — “the kind you tease your … Read more

Artists sought to turn Klondike Kate’s rocks into a sculpture

Deschutes Historical Museum accepting design proposals until Dec. 4

A huge collection of rocks and petrified wood from the chimney of famed early Bend … Read more

Deschutes County civil suits

Filed Nov. 9 17CV48959 — Doug Boyer, Linda Boyer v. Golden Buddha LLC and Michael … Read more

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Around the state

Transmission line — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has signed off on a right-of-way … Read more

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