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Police Log The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request … Read more

Pilot Butte faces years of rehabilitation after Fourth of July fire

State plans demonstration habitat in burned area

About six weeks after a fire on the Fourth of July ravaged the base of … Read more

Outside fires foul Northwest skies

SEATTLE — Poor air quality will be common across parts of the Pacific Northwest this … Read more

Around the state

Residential fire spreads to timber — Fire officials say a blaze that began near a … Read more

Aquarium’s rescue of stranded shark fails

A juvenile salmon shark was stranded near Sunset Beach in northwest Oregon on Saturday, prompting … Read more

Hood River pear co-op installs newly developed optical sorter for harvest

HOOD RIVER — Faced with an industrywide labor shortage, Diamond Fruit Growers in Hood River … Read more

Heart doctors hard to find in Bend

Backlog of 1,000 patients waiting for cardiology appointments at St. Charles heart center

Cardiologists in Central Oregon have been stretching their practice hours and hiring new doctors to … Read more

Wild West show brings shootouts to Sisters

Performances continue Sunday

SISTERS — Actors wearing cowboy hats and fake mustaches turned the downtown into an old … Read more

The Bulletin, Aug. 9, 1918

This reprint of the Aug. 9, 1918, Bend Bulletin is our third historic edition. … Read more

Redmond man gets 16 years for sexually abusing 2 girls

Victims’ families ask judge for longer sentence

A 23-year-old Redmond man will serve 16 years in prison for sex crimes against a … Read more

Central Oregon schools using ‘secure lobbies’ for student safety

Nearly every Central Oregon school district either has secure lobbies in place, under construction, or planned

In a country where school shootings have become more prominent in the minds of worried … Read more

New principals will lead at Mountain View and Summit high schools

Michael McDonald and Michael Hicks will spend first year listening and learning

Bend’s Summit and Mountain View high schools will have new principals at the helm this … Read more

Fatal crash north of Madras claims three lives

Three people were killed early Friday morning after a two-vehicle, head-on crash on U.S. Highway … Read more

Meteorologists help fight fires by keeping crews up-to-date

PENDLETON — As they sit at their screens in a small office outside Pendleton, a … Read more

Pet adoption fees waived Saturday in Bend

The Humane Society of Central Oregon is waiving adoption fees for all animals at its … Read more

Visitor volume is down on the coast

ASTORIA — The number of visitors staying in a hotel or rental home on the … Read more

Fire near U.S. Highway 26 held at 1,500 acres

The Mile Post 6 Fire on the Crooked River National Grassland was held at 1,500 … Read more

Around the state

Festival overdoses — One man is dead and two people are hospitalized after overdosing on … Read more

Brosterhous Road speed limit reduced

The city of Bend this month will reduce the speed limit on Brosterhous Road between … Read more

Police log

Police Log The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request … Read more

Cougar shot and killed after killing sheep, turkey near Bend

Farmer killed the 3-year-old male cougar

A farmer 2.5 miles east of Bend shot and killed a cougar earlier this week … Read more

Central Oregon school leaders discuss challenges, successes

Achievement gap, graduation rates and student trauma among topics

Three local education leaders opened up Thursday about the challenges facing Central Oregon schools, striking … Read more

Feature photo: Bend Brewfest begins

This year’s Brewfest features more than 200 craft beers and ciders from more than 70 … Read more

Oregon Special Olympics cancels statewide events, lays off staff

PORTLAND — Special Olympics of Oregon has canceled statewide athletic events and laid off about … Read more

Capitol roundup: Governor’s race gets tighter

SALEM — Subjects spiritual and temporal resonated around the state capital over the past week … Read more

Several Newberry caldera campgrounds to close early for season

Several campgrounds within the Newberry National Volcanic Monument will close early for the season, because … Read more

Former Redmond resident gets 22 years for child sex abuse

Judge calls case ‘one of the worst’ he’s seen

A former Redmond resident will serve 22 years in prison for child sex abuse for … Read more

Police log

Police Log The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request … Read more

Man hurt in fall at Smith Rock

A Gresham man was injured Wednesday afternoon while climbing at Smith Rock State Park. At … Read more

Man gets 3 months for causing July 4 Pilot Butte fire

Co-defendant’s charges dismissed

Alan Joseph Stout says he wants the community to know he lit the illegal firework … Read more

Sarah McCormick joins race for Bend City Council

Will seek Position 6 seat

Another candidate has thrown her hat into the ring for Bend’s City Council race. Sarah … Read more

Bend council considers plastic bag ban

No plans made to move forward

The Bend City Council considered options for banning plastic shopping bags in the city during … Read more

Judge ignores plea deal, gives burglar jail time

Shelton White had agreed on community service for April break-in of retired cop’s Bend home

A man who broke into a Bend couple’s home naked and brawled with the armed, … Read more

Smoke leads to air quality advisory in Central Oregon

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued an air quality advisory for Central Oregon … Read more

Bend firm creating tool in search for universal flu vaccine

Grace Bio-Labs lab-on-a-chip could help researchers test vaccine candidates

Grace Bio-Labs, a Bend-based life science research company, has received a federal contract to develop … Read more

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