Transit Q&A scheduled for Wednesday

Hawthorne Avenue neighbors invited

Bend residents along Hawthorne Avenue are invited to ask questions about the future of Hawthorne … Read more

Abandoned RV burns on city-owned land

Rain prevents Juniper Ridge blaze from spreading

A recreational vehicle caught fire Sunday morning on land owned by the City of Bend. … Read more

The Bend Bulletin, Aug. 14, 1919

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Opponents skeptical of proposed Deschutes flood plain code

Change could allow more development near flood plains

A proposal to change aspects of Deschutes County’s flood plain zone code was met with … Read more

Woodriver Village residents won’t have to build own sidewalks

Bend City Council creates fund to help create cohesive system of sidewalks

Homeowners in Woodriver Village will no longer have to build their own sidewalks, but instead … Read more

Artist gets approval to paint mural on Franklin underpass

Magpies, stars, dandelions and a backdrop of goldenrod and yellow to brighten tunnel

The Franklin Avenue underpass, a pedestrian and bicycle path that has garnered an unsavory reputation, … Read more

Proposed subdivision raises wildfire, traffic concerns for neighbors

Public hearing on 50-lot development set for Tuesday

Neighbors of a proposed subdivision near McClain Drive and NW Shevlin Park Road are objecting … Read more

Fire damages house in southeast Bend

Unoccupied structure was being renovated

An unoccupied house in southeast Bend burned Friday evening, according to the Bend Fire Department. … Read more

Memorial wall offers sober reminder of the cost of war

Oregon Memorial Traveling Wall honors 856 casualties from around the state

When she arrived at the wall Saturday, it took Shirleen Helfrick a minute to find … Read more

New roundabout at Empire and Purcell Boulevard to open

Project aimed at reducing congestion, delays in Bend

A summer of road closures and detours will be coming to an end as the … Read more

Bend parking rule now being enforced

Parked cars can be cited after three business days

The Bend Police Department began enforcing a new parking rule Wednesday that reduces the number … Read more

Bend adult foster home sued over alleged negligence

Woman seeks nearly $314,000 in damages

A 73-year-old adult care home resident who says she was unable to call for help … Read more

EO Media Group names local investors in The Bulletin purchase

Central Oregon backers helped EO Media Group make successful bid

Old Mill District developer Bill Smith and former BendBroadband CEO Amy Tykeson are among the … Read more

Police neutralize suspicious package after bomb threat in Bend

Several streets were closed downtown

A suspicious package located near the Deschutes County Courthouse has been deemed safe after Oregon … Read more

Oregon company wins auction for The Bulletin

EO Media Group’s $3.65 million backed by local investors

EO Media Group was the high bidder at an auction Monday for The Bulletin and … Read more

Changes to flood plain codes come before Deschutes County again

Changes would allow development as conditional use

The Deschutes County Planning Commission will again be reviewing changes to how development is approved … Read more

Downtown events spark complaints from Bend businesses

Event owners say alternative venues for popular festivals are in short supply

Steven Draheim, owner of Barrio on Wall Street, has operated a business downtown long enough … Read more

Bend street lights to get brighter

City mission to change lights to LEDs will reduce energy consumption

The streets of Bend will start getting a little brighter this week. For the next … Read more

County likely to buy Sisters building for $1M

Building houses Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office in Sisters

Deschutes County may soon buy a building in Sisters that houses administrative space for the … Read more

North corridor project in Bend gets $60.4 million from the feds

Project will move U.S. Highway 97 east north of Empire Avenue

One of Bend’s most congested areas could see some traffic relief with a $60.4 million … Read more

Bend company is largest independent seller of SUP boards on West Coast

Stand on Liquid sees growth from inflatable paddleboards

Sporting new logos with modern fonts and bold primary colors, Stand On Liquid is being … Read more

Traveling Vietnam War memorial coming to Bend

Exhibit honors those killed in recent conflicts

The Oregon Vietnam Veteran’s Traveling Memorial will stop at Deschutes Historical Museum Aug. 3-4. The … Read more

Man seriously injured in fall from Bend parking garage

Police say a 38-year-old man sustained serious injuries when he fell from the top floor … Read more

Central Oregon’s biggest horse show underway in Bend

The 30th annual Oregon High Desert Classics horse show is underway at J Bar J … Read more

Featured photo: Gov. signs ‘Kaylee’s Law’ in Bend

Kate Brown conducts ceremonial signing of a bill named for slain COCC student

Relatives and friends of murdered Central Oregon Community College student Kaylee Sawyer watch Gov. Kate … Read more

Bend girl, 14, hit by vehicle while crossing 27th Street

Bend police release very little information, but ID driver

A 14-year-old girl was hit by a vehicle Tuesday evening while trying to cross NE … Read more

Bend repeals local bag ban to make way for state law

Repeal meant to eliminate confusion between two laws

The Bend City Council repealed a local plastic bag ban Wednesday night to allow the … Read more

City of Bend reaches $3.2 million settlement with Apollo Inc.

Washington-based company sued city after water reclamation project went awry

The city of Bend will likely pay $3.2 million to a Washington-based construction company that … Read more

Power restored at Bend wastewater plant

Excavator hit power line while working on sewer line project

The power is back on at Bend’s wastewater facility on McGrath Road after an excavator … Read more

Larkspur Community Center construction about to ‘go vertical’

Pool excavation, other major developments in Bend Senior Center expansion

Construction work at the future Larkspur Community is about to “go vertical.” Over the next … Read more

The Bend Bulletin, July 16, 1919

This is a reproduction of The Bend Bulletin from an edition that originally published 100 … Read more

For Central Oregon, Cascadia planning a work in progress

Recent California quakes put earthquake planning to the forefront

When Curtis Peetz, a Red Cross disaster officer for Oregon, first heard about the earthquakes … Read more

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