Infected trees near Walton Lake pulled from chopping block

No thinning now planned of infected fir trees while Forest Service examines options

A 40-acre stand of disease-infected trees located near Walton Lake in the Ochoco National Forest … Read more

States sue over rules that limit green cards

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California, Oregon and two other states filed the latest court challenge Friday … Read more

Around the state

Babysitter accused of killing toddler — A Southern Oregon man was arrested Thursday on suspicion … Read more

6 right-wingers arrested before Portland rallies

PORTLAND — Authorities arrested the leader of a right-wing group on the eve of a … Read more

The monarch is a species in crisis

GREENBELT, Md. — Hand-raising monarch butterflies in the midst of a global extinction crisis, Laura … Read more

Thousands of fentanyl pills seized in I-5 traffic stop

MEDFORD — An Oregon man is facing felony drug charges following a traffic stop near … Read more

Oregon will spend $9 million on new Interstate Bridge project

Oregon will spend $9 million on the revived effort to replace the Interstate Bridge over … Read more

Bend man dies in paragliding accident near Pine Mountain

Cause is under investigation

A Bend man fell to his death in a paragliding accident near Pine Mountain Thursday … Read more

Pedestrian killed on Highway 97 identified

The pedestrian killed Wednesday night on U.S. Highway 97 5 miles north of the Deschutes … Read more

Madras High’s new principal hoping to maintain school’s success

Brian Crook wants to focus on keeping ninth graders on-track to graduate

MADRAS — Brian Crook knows there’s pressure on him to continue Madras High School’s recent … Read more

Aussie breeder suffers early courtroom defeat

Two of the 57 seized dogs have died, while puppies have been born at shelter

MADRAS — Cora Gooding-Murphy, the Culver dog breeder whose Australian shepherds were seized by authorities, … Read more

Warm Springs residents no longer have to boil drinking water

Boil water notice underscored numerous, long-standing infrastructure problems

For the first time in over two months, residents of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation … Read more

Publisher named for The Bulletin in Bend

Heidi Wright will lead Bend newspaper

Heidi Wright, chief operating officer of EO Media Group, will also serve as publisher of … Read more

Portland brewery embraces CBD-infused beer

For years the Coalition Brewing crew slugged it out in the Portland beer trenches. IPAs, … Read more

Redmond Police reviewing two officers for use of force

One officer was recently cleared in a case involving a scuffle with a suspect

Redmond police officers punched, used a Taser on and arrested a man Wednesday who refused … Read more

Around the state

Whale euthanized — Oregon officials say a juvenile humpback whale was euthanized after washing ashore … Read more

Handmade 1972 Nike shoes sold for $50K

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A pair of handmade Nike track shoes from the 1972 Olympic trials … Read more

Portland Incubator Experiment teams with Puppet

Software company is partner for next class of startups

The Portland Incubator Experiment, celebrating its 10th anniversary this month, said Thursday it will partner … Read more

Portland prepares for protests Saturday

Civic leaders and law enforcement are bracing for several groups of protesters to take to … Read more

Pedestrian dies on Highway 97 outside Madras

Commercial driver was attempting to cross on foot

A commercial vehicle driver was killed Wednesday night when he or she attempted to cross … Read more

McLeod-Skinner says she’ll run for secretary of state in 2020

Terrebonne Democrat launches fundraising campaign

SALEM — Jamie McLeod-Skinner, the Terrebonne Democrat who lost a 2018 run for Congress, took … Read more

Cooler, wetter weather keeps lid on Oregon wildfires

Smoke-free skies have been good for tourism as locals flock to popular outdoor areas

After two difficult summers of near constant wildfire and its accompanying smoke and haze, Central … Read more

Plan seeks to lessen congestion at Hawthorne bus station in Bend

Business, neighbors concerned about safety, traffic

To alleviate growing congestion issues at Bend’s only transit hub, Hawthorne Station, the Central Oregon … Read more

New Oregon death penalty rules to affect old cases

A recent opinion from the Oregon Department of Justice that a former death row inmate … Read more

Bulletin buyer not retaining editor

EO Media Group, which will take ownership of The Bulletin and Redmond Spokesman on Sept. … Read more

Bend man dies in early morning crash

Highway 20 closed for hours for investigation, clean up

A Bend man who was struck by a vehicle while working under the hood of … Read more

ODFW offering free weekend fishing

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife if offering free fishing weekend Saturday and Sunday, when … Read more

Decaying elk highlight need to filter water

Wildlife officials say dead herd may take another year to fully decompose

The decomposing remains of 19 dead elk that emerged last summer from melting snow above … Read more

Deadly dog tracked down through Facebook post

Linn County woman says watching a pit bull maul her dog was a ‘nightmare’

A La Pine man was cited and his dog placed in quarantine after it allegedly … Read more

Crook County School District buys land for possible school expansion

The pending sale of $300,000 for the 1.4 acres could help the school expand in future

PRINEVILLE — Crook County School District will spend $300,000 for 1.4 acres of vacant land … Read more

Redmond considering adding events pavilion to Juniper Golf Course

City committee says golf course operator has successfully run Juniper

REDMOND — Juniper Golf Course could receive a significant addition in the next few years … Read more

Beaverton parents say airline held unaccompanied kids overnight without contacting them

Hudson Hoyt was ecstatic for his first time at Camp New Friends. The 8-year-old, who … Read more

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