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Redmond Hosts First Open Streets Event

REDMOND, OR -- Redmond hosts its first Open Streets event, this weekend, shutting down a portion of downtown to motorized vehicles, to encourage bike and pedestrian traffic. Bend has hosted several Open Streets, most recently on Mother’s Day, "Open Streets is an international initiative, actually,"

KBND.COM - 2018-06-21 15:12:00

New Redmond Transit Hub finally complete

It will officially open on July 2 and will offer a number of new features, including a real-time arrival and departure sign, passenger shelters, a covered bike rack, bathrooms and a waiting garden.

KTVZ - 2018-06-22 00:43:21

South Junction fire shuts Hwy. 97; Boxcar Fire at 23,000 acres

REDMOND, Ore. -(Update: Boxcar Fire grows to 23,000 acres;; South Junction Fire at 5,000 acres, closes Hwy. 97)

KTVZ - 2018-06-23 04:00:14

Redmond senior golfer reaches final

Sandy Cameron, of Redmond, advanced to the final match in the OGA Senior Women’s Amateur at Bend Golf Club on Friday.

THE BULLETIN - 2018-06-23 04:36:11

New wildfire grows to 7,000 acres south of Maupin

The largest of numerous fires sparked by lightning from Wednesday's thunderstorms has burned about 7,000 acres about three miles south of Maupin and prompted a brief closure of U.S. Highway 197 in the area, officials said Thursday night.

KTVZ - 2018-06-22 03:00:01

Gov. Brown declares fire near Culver ‘conflagration’

The Graham Fire burning near Lake View Drive and Big Canyon Lane on Thursday, June 21, 2018. (Jefferson County Sheriff's Office/Submitted photo)7563082

THE BULLETIN - 2018-06-22 19:23:09

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NUGGETNEWS.COM - 2018-06-23 00:00:00

Changes coming to downtown Redmond

REDMOND, Ore. - Redmond has seen many changes and a lot of growth over recent years, and the city is working to make the downtown area the economic center of the city.

KTVZ

Deschutes County sheriff’s deputy shoots, kills individual

A Deschutes County sheriff’s deputy shot and killed an individual Wednesday evening at a campsite off a U.S. Forest Service road west of Bend, according to Sgt. William Bailey, sheriff’s department spokesman.

THE BULLETIN

DCSO shoots, kills Springfield man at campsite SW of Bend

Deschutes County DA John Hummel, joined by Sheriff Shane Nelson and others, speaks to reporters Thursday at campsite west of Bend where Jesse Wade Powell, 44, was fatally shot by sheriff's deputy Wednesday evening; authorities say U-Haul, camper, trailer and motorcycle at scene had been reported sto

KTVZ - 2018-06-21 20:04:00

750-acre Graham Fire prompts evacuations in Central Oregon

CULVER, Ore. – A 750-acre wildfire has forced people from their homes in Central Oregon on Thursday, fire officials said.

KATU.COM - 2018-06-21 19:49:24

Bend office manager charged with years of thefts

BEND, Ore. - A Bend woman who worked as office manager for a golf course design firm was arraigned Thursday on 16 counts of theft, ID theft, money laundering and related charges, accused of stealing at least $150,000 from the company in the past three years.

KTVZ - 2018-06-22 05:05:42

Redmond Transit Hub To Open In July

REDMOND, OR -- Cascades East Transit (CET) celebrates Redmond’s new transit hub with a ribbon cutting ceremony, Thursday.

KBND.COM

Man shot dead by deputy ID’d as Springfield resident

Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel stands above the scene of a police shooting in the Deschutes National Forest on Thursday, June 21, 2018. Deschutes County Sheriff's Deputy Randy Zilk shot and killed Jesse Wayde Powell, 44. (Dean Guernsey/Bulletin photo)7559853

THE BULLETIN - 2018-06-22 00:15:13

New wildfire burns 2,000 acres south of Maupin

MAUPIN, Ore. - The largest of numerous fires sparked by lightning from Wednesday's thunderstorms has burned about 2,000 acres about three miles south of Maupin and prompted a brief closure of U.S. Highway 197 in the area, officials said Thursday.

KTVZ - 2018-06-21 21:50:14

Graham Fire grows to 750 acres; all of Three Rivers evacuating

A lightning-sparked wildfire broke out Thursday afternoon near Lake Billy Chinook and Cove Palisades State Park, estimated early on at about 50 acres and fanned east rapidly by winds, prompting an evacuation order first for homes on the west side of the Three Rivers subdivision and later for the ent

KTVZ - 2018-06-22 02:37:44

Miracle horse took to the arena at Sisters Rodeo - Nugget Newspaper - Sisters, Oregon News, Events, Classifieds

Amid the noise and chaos of theSisters Rodeostood a small mare, quiet, peaceful, and obedient. Under the banner of red, white, and blue she stood with the 2018 Sisters Rodeo Queen, Hailey Konze. The flag drifted in the breeze as the national anthem was sung and the crowd stood in honor. The mare sto

NUGGETNEWS.COM

12 years after felony conviction, man convinces Deschutes judge to restore gun rights

A convicted felon from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, traveled to Bend earlier this month and convinced a Deschutes County Circuit Court judge to restore his gun rights.

THE BULLETIN

High Valley plays it loose at Oregon Spirit Distillers

Brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel and their four-piece backing band kicked off KSJJ-FM’s country-music concert series at Oregon Spirit Distillers with a bang, playing for an enthusiastic crowd for nearly 90 minutes. The Canadian-born, Nashville-based country duo was in full-on party mode — cajoling th

THE BULLETIN

Medford man legally justified in shooting near Bend hotel

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