Local BMX Rider Goes for Third Straight World Championship Title

At just 17 years old Olivia Armstrong is already one of the best BMX riders in the world. After winning back to back World Championship titles in 2015 and 2016, Armstrong is in South Carolina this week competing at the 2017 UCI BMX World Championships hoping to bring home another trophy.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan sat down with Armstrong ahead of her first race to see what challenges the championship rider will face in a new category filled with unfamiliar faces.

OSU-Cascades Hosts First Time Event on Innovative Businesses

The first-ever Innovation Day was held Tuesday at OSU-Cascades, and it’s an event that organizers hope will become a permanent fixture in Bend, a city that is becoming known as an “Innovation Incubator.”

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan caught up with organizers and participants of the event, including Bend Chamber and U.S. Bank.

Rwandan Cycling Team Arrives in Bend for Cascade Cycling Classic

If there were an award given out for the “Team Who Traveled the Farthest” to get to Bend for this week’s Cascades Cycling ClassicTeam Rwanda would be the clear favorite.

The six cyclists are in Bend to compete in an event that feels like the Tour de France, if it were set in Central Oregon. But before the competition even starts, the riders themselves have already overcome unimaginable obstacles just to get here after surviving a generation of genocide in their home country. Now they are thriving in the sport of cycling.

Bend Polo Memorial Tournament Kicks Off

The Bend Polo Club is on a mission to introduce the sport to a new audience in Central Oregon, and this weekend they’re hosting the Rube Evans Memorial Tournament this weekend at Camp Fraley Ranch and Polo Club with players from across the Pacific Northwest competing on horseback.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan headed down to the Bend Polo Club for a primer on the sport ahead of this weekend’s event.

U.S. Senator Ron Wyden Holds Third Town Hall in Deschutes County

As Senate Republicans in the nation’s capitol try to rework their version of a health care bill, Democrat Ron Wyden was in Redmond, Oregon today for a town hall.

As Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan reports, healthcare was only one of the many topics on the minds of Central Oregon residents.

Sisters School Hosts Bed and Breakfast Fundraiser for Quilt Show Attendees

More than 1,400 quilts will be on display when the 42nd annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show returns to Sisters, Oregon this Saturday.

This year’s theme is storyteller, and as Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan discovered, there is no shortage of storytellers at this year’s gathering.