Property owner fights proposed food-cart pod near Box Factory

Parking, appeal fees cited as issues involving project

A property owner is paying a hefty fee to fight a food-cart pod that she … Read more

Awbrey Butte neighbors ask city to curb wildlife feeding

In the winter, the deer eat gardens; in warmer months, squirrels chew irrigation lines

There was a time when Joan Alles would rush to get her camera when she … Read more

‘Innovation officer’ to help Bend run efficiently

$142,000 position recommended by committee

Bend has a chief innovation officer, and she wants to help the city run more … Read more

The Bend Bulletin, June 23, 1919

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

Construction to close intersection at Empire Avenue and Purcell Boulevard

Closure to begin Monday

The next phase of roundabout construction at the intersection of NE Empire Avenue and NE … Read more

Open house scheduled for Murphy Road improvements

The city of Bend plans a Murphy Road improvements project open house to from 5 … Read more

Speed limit changing on S. Third Street in Bend

The speed limit on S. Third Street between Brosterhous Road and Murphy Road in Bend … Read more

Bend council considers reductions in time allowed for parked vehicles

Reducing time from 5 days to 3 business days is needed to help enforcement staff

The Bend City Council gave preliminary approval Wednesday to shorten the time a vehicle could … Read more

Mourners say farewell to Bob Maxwell, the ‘greatest of the greatest generation’

About 900 veterans, family, friends gathered in Central Oregon to remember Medal of Honor recipient

REDMOND — Hundreds of mourners, from the halls of Congress to long ago battlefields, gathered … Read more

Bend event honors veterans of Afghanistan, Iraq wars

“We are remembering -- Not just a number” in its 12th year

Janet and Bruce Dart don’t know any service members who died in Afghanistan and Iraq. … Read more

Events and construction to affect many Bend streets this week

With summer around the corner, city officials say to keep an eye out for more … Read more

Memorial Day events ahead in Central Oregon

Veterans groups across the region plan ceremonies to honor nation’s war dead

Bob Cusick was one of the lucky ones. When Cusick visits Deschutes Memorial Gardens, he … Read more

Memorial events for Bob Maxwell will be held May 30-31

Medal of Honor recipient and longtime area teacher died Saturday in Bend

Medal of Honor recipient Robert Dale “Bob” Maxwell, who died Saturday in Bend, will be … Read more

Feature photo: Let the sunshine in

Bend Park & Recreation District removes winter covering from outdoor pool

One of the surest signs that summer is near: The roof of the outdoor 50-meter … Read more

Bendistillery to start canning its Ablis CBD beverage

Tumalo facility to expand

Fueled by investor funds, Bendistillery is poised to more than double its production capabilities at … Read more

The Bend Bulletin, May 6, 1919

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

Candidates for school board, park and rec board share views

Eight vying for Bend-La Pine School Board and two for park board answer questions

Candidates running for positions on the Bend-La Pine School Board and Bend Park & Recreation … Read more

The mystery of a missing plaque brings back memories for retiree

Woman led effort to replace plaque honoring former Bend Mayor Richard ‘Dick’ Brandis

Jennifer Stenkamp noticed something unusual two years ago when she visited Brandis Square, a downtown … Read more

Proposed council resolution: Mirror Pond dredging is park district’s job

Resolution would have Bend Park & Recreation District take lead on dredging

During a Bend City Council discussion on dredging Mirror Pond, Councilor Bill Moseley unveiled a … Read more

Local Briefing

Pilot Butte summit road to open Thursday The road to the top of Pilot Butte … Read more

Pilot Butte summit road to open Thursday

The road to the top of Pilot Butte will open to vehicles at 10 a.m. … Read more

Cougar spotted in southwest Bend neighborhood Saturday morning

Deschutes River Woods sighting is third in less than a week

For the third time in less than a week, a cougar has been spotted near … Read more

Speed limit reduction planned for Century Drive

The speed limit on SW Century Drive in Bend between Mammoth Drive and the city … Read more

Construction underway on senior center expansion in Bend

The Bend Park & Recreation District has started construction on its $23.4 million expansion to … Read more

Featured photo: New day, new beginnings

A large crowd welcomed the sunrise while attending an Easter Sunday service held by Antioch … Read more

Firm questions Bend contract award for transportation bond PR

Transportation bond PR firm is same that did work for gas tax in 2015

A consulting firm that the city of Bend didn’t select to do polling and public … Read more

Bend committees hear goals for next two years

City says goals include for 3,000 new homes, affordable housing, traffic safety

Bend’s city committees now have a clearer idea of what their work for the next … Read more

Bend City Council says Worthy Brewing can have louder concert

Concert limited to 75 decibels, or the same as living room music

Worthy Brewing will be allowed to slightly exceed normal noise limits for an Earth Day … Read more

Bend park district renovating beach at Riverbend Park

The sand will be replaced with coarse gravel to reduce erosion, make slope more gradual

The Bend Park & Recreation District is renovating a popular access point to the Deschutes … Read more

Bend man seeks Mirror Pond vote in November

Spencer Dahl wants assurances dam will remain before city approves dredging funds

A Bend man wants voters to prevent the city of Bend from contributing to the … Read more

The Bend Bulletin, April 30, 1919

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

Bend doesn’t expect first house in expansion areas until 2020

Development director says motivated builders want to ‘move super fast’

Bend city officials don’t expect the first house on the 2,380 acres the city is … Read more

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