With several feet of snow stacked up across Central Oregon, the next big concern is flooding.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan spoke with city officials about how they’re preparing for the warmer temperatures this week, and what happens when all of that snow starts melting.
For nearly 100 years, the Highland Magnet at Kenwood School building has been used to educate elementary students on the west side of Bend. Tonight, a part of its historic campus lays in ruin.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was there as the building was demolished this afternoon.
All of that snow is piled up on roofs across Central Oregon tonight, and in one case, it’s threatening the structure of a big commercial building in Bend.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has the latest on the FedEx building off of Jamison Street that was moments from collapse this afternoon.
While most of us have been digging out of our driveways and sidewalks, one remote community east of Bend is asking for help to bring supplies in after their neighborhood was cut off from the rest of Crook County by the snow.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan looks at the efforts to get food and water to the stranded residents of Juniper Acres.
With all of the snow that’s fallen over the last few weeks, it’s been hard enough to keep our driveways and sidewalks cleared. But a foot of snow can also add as much as 20 pounds of pressure on top of your roof.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan talks with Dave Howe, Bend Fire Battalion Chief, about how that can create a safety hazard for your home.
It’s the next big sign that a four year university is up and running in Bend … the first students to live on the campus of OSU-Cascades will be moving in this weekend.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan toured the new residence hall.
He’s known as the “World’s Greatest Athlete,” but tonight, Central Oregon’s own two-time gold-medalist Ashton Eaton is hanging up his cleats.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has the story on Eaton’s surprise announcement.
The races for Deschutes County Sheriff and County Commissioner were close and, occasionally, heated. In the end, Sheriff incumbent Shane Nelson and county commissioner challenger Phil Henderson took home the victory. Today, in front of a crowded room full of family, friends and supporters, they were officially sworn in to perform their duties.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan attended the ceremony early Tuesday morning.
Winter is in full swing, and with temperatures expected to drop below zero over the next few days, those with no place to go are the most susceptible to the harsh conditions. Along with some of the non-profit organizations in the region like Redmond Cold Weather Shelters and Shepherd’s House Ministries, churches across Central Oregon are giving the homeless a much needed roof over their heads.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan spoke with those in the faith community at the Redmond Christian Church and Westside Church – Sisters Campus who have made it their mission to keep as many people out of the elements as possible.
This week’s Source on the Scene features a student music ensemble with a 10 year old violinist and a 13 year old pianist playing alongside adult musicians.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan got the chance to meet some of the exceptional members of the Bend Student Jazz and Funk Ensemble, who’s talent is ageless.
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