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The Bend City Council repealed a local plastic bag ban Wednesday night to allow the … Read more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

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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

State vs. City: Confusion over bag ban sets in at Bend grocery stores

Bend Council set to discuss local repeal at July 17 meeting

Going into Albertsons on Friday afternoon, Barbara Seaman thought she had a pretty good handle … Read more

Fire destroys two homes in Bend

Improper handling of used fireworks responsible for at least one blaze

Fire destroyed a pair of Bend homes overnight, and fireworks were responsible for at least … Read more

After appealing the project, food cart pod developer and neighbor seek a solution

Modified plan seeks to avoid public hearing process

Revised plans are in the works for a food-cart pod on Mill View Way after … Read more

Featured photo: Fusing up the fireworks in Bend

The Homeland Fireworks show on Pilot Butte in Bend starts at 10 p.m. Thursday and … Read more

Bend invites comment on climate action plan

Online open house open until July 31

Bend residents are invited to learn about the city’s Community Climate Action Plan for reducing … Read more

Bend planning commission votes no on sidewalk exemption

Issue will go before City Council in August

Some residents of Woodriver Village don’t want sidewalks in their neighborhood, and they may have … Read more

Roundabout at Shevlin Park Road, Mt. Washington should reopen next week

Intersection has been closed since mid-May, causing detours and delays in the area

The end is near for detours and delays caused by the construction-related closure at the … Read more

Whooping cough case reported at Bend Park and Rec camp

Letter went to parents on Friday

A case of whooping cough was reported at a Bend Park & Recreation District summer … Read more

Parking limited to four hours at McKay Parks

New parking division to help address future issues

The city has limited parking to four hours around McKay Park after receiving complaints about … Read more

Thousands gather in Bend to celebrate Pride

Thousands of people made their way through Bend’s Drake Park on Saturday for the 15th … Read more

Bend man sues after vape pen explodes in pants

Lawsuit alleges negligence

A Bend man is suing a vaping retailer after alleging a vape pen exploded in … Read more

With state law on the way, Bend bag ban could be repealed

Local ban set to start July 1

The Bend City Council may repeal a local plastic bag ban in light of the … Read more

Bend city budget jumps 18% for transportation, sewer fixes

Increases paid through fee increases, system development charges

Funding to improve roads and fix aging sewers will increase by 78% in the new … Read more

Artist hits hurdles in Bend mural pursuit

Kaycee Anseth wants to create a mural at the Franklin Avenue pedestrian underpass

A local artist wants to create a mural to brighten up the wall of an … Read more

Senior Center classes move as construction moves forward

Center will re-open Sept. 3

Bend Senior Center activities and classes have temporarily moved to Marshall High School and Juniper … Read more

Bend seeks answers for sluggish Juniper Ridge development

Committee appointed to review roadblocks to development

For years, the city of Bend’s industrial land in the northeast part of town — … Read more

Featured photos: So long, school

Friday was the last day of school for the more than 18,300 students of Bend-La … Read more

How to stay safe floating the Deschutes River this summer

River traffic in Bend increased by 18% from 2017 to 2018

With another busy summer approaching, Bend Park & Recreation District is asking people to stay … Read more

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

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