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Redmond PD searching for missing boy with Down syndrome
Officer Hannah Copeland said officers had been in the 2900 block of Southwest Canal Boulevard, near Volcano Avenue, looking for the child, named Ethan, since the call was received at 5:20 p.m. The boy was reported to be last seen five minutes before the call.
Redmond man sentenced for sexually abusing 2 girls
Victor Hugo Harrizon received his sentence ThursdayGeneric jail image (KOIN -- File)BEND, Ore. (AP) -- A 23-year-old central Oregon man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for sexually abusing two young girls.The Bulletin reports that Victor Hugo Harrizon of Redmond received the sentence Thursd
Update: Missing Redmond boy, 10, found safe
Officer Hannah Copeland said officers had been in the 2900 block of Southwest Canal Boulevard, near Volcano Avenue, looking for the child, named Ethan, since the call was received at 5:20 p.m. The boy was reported to have been last seen five minutes before the call.
Pilot Butte faces years of rehabilitation after Fourth of July fire
Jacob Seidel, a state park ranger, removes the burned debris of an information kiosk and workout stations near the Pilot Butte trailhead Friday. The fire was contained to roughly 8 acres after being ignited by an illegal firework on the Fourth of July. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)7724594
Crews fight several wildfires as new storms threaten
BEND, Ore. - Central Oregon wildfires saw limited growth overnight, officials said Sunday as hundreds of firefighters worked to contain numerous existing blazes before a new round of thunderstorms hit the region, continuing through Tuesday.
Cannabis Poisoning Cases In Dogs On The Rise In Oregon
Cannabis poisoning in dogs can leave them comatose and cause extreme nausea, among other things. Don’t worry, though, this pup is just sleepy.Tassidy Doyle/Flickr
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Bend Parkway pursuit ends in DUII driving arrest
BEND, Oe. - Citizen reports of an erratic, reckless driver on Highway 97 south of Bend Sunday afternoon led to an attempted traffic stop on the Bend Parkway, a brief pursuit and arrest of a 62-year-old Bend man on drunken driving and other charges, Deschutes County sheriff's deputies said.
Former Redmond resident gets 22 years for child sex abuse
“I am sorry for what I’ve done, and I pray that God has mercy on me,” said Stanley Keith McGuyer, who was sentenced Wednesday in Deschutes County Circuit Court.
Wild West show brings shootouts to Sisters
Mick Howard, who played Sheriff Mojave Mick, said the actors like to include some comedy in the skits. Their first skit of the day was about two cowboys in a shoot-out who kept missing each other and accidentally shooting all of the innocent bystanders.
Redmond mans gets 16 years for sexually abusing 2 girls
“It’s difficult to understand how you can victimize this baby, this little girl,” Judge A. Michael Adler told him in Deschutes County Circuit County on Thursday. “But I’ve seen it before with other predators — which you are. You are a child sexual predator. You are a type of monster; there’s no ques
Redmond road closures, delays: Week of Aug. 20-24
Monday, August 20–24- Starting at 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the following traffic disruptions and closures will take place:
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
Motorcycle crash closes Hwy. 126 west of Redmond
REDMOND, Ore. - A motorcycle crash late Thursday morning closed Highway 126 about three miles west of Redmond, initial reports indicated.
Redmond Motorcycle Rider Critically Injured
REDMOND, OR -- A motorcycle rider was seriously injured in a crash west of Redmond that shut down Highway 126 for about 30 minutes, Thursday morning. According to State Police, 20-year-old Bailey Beaulaurier was eastbound at about 11:30 when he lost control while trying to pass a truck. He was then
Boil-water notice lifted for homes north of Sisters
SISTERS, Ore. - A boil-water order was lifted Friday for nearly 600 homes in an unincorporated area north of Sisters, a week after tests turned up E. coli and total coliform bacteria contamination, officials said.
Heart doctors hard to find in Bend
“We’ve tried to do as much as possible to accommodate the demand,” said Dr. Bruce McLellan, a cardiologist with the St. Charles Heart and Lung Center. “Most of us are seeing more patients per day when we’re in the office. It’s not banker’s hours here.”
Fires prompt campground alerts, shut Hwy. 26 near Madras
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Pet adoption fees waived Saturday in Bend
The fee waiver is part of the nationwide Clear The Shelters campaign. All dogs, cats and small animals are included in the promotion, which does not include the dog license fee.
Fire closes U.S. Highway 26 between Madras, Prineville
The highway between Madras and Prineville was closed for an 8-mile stretch between milepost 2 and milepost 10 after 6 p.m., the Oregon Department of Transportation announced. The highway was expected to re-open after two to four hours, but motorists were advised to avoid the area.