The holidays are about to get a whole lot brighter with ABC’s immensely popular decorating competition series, The Great Christmas Light Fight, premiering MONDAY, DEC. 4 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST). Produced by FremantleMedia North America, the hit holiday series is back for a fifth season with returning celebrity judges Carter Oosterhouse and Taniya Nayak.
Season Five of The Great Christmas Light Fight showcases the wildest and most spectacular Christmas displays in America. In each episode, four families from all around the country with over-the-top displays compete to win the coveted Light Fight trophy and a $50,000 prize, with a total of $300,000 given away for the season.Along with the incredible displays, this season also features the first-ever neighbors vs. neighbors episode, where side-by-side neighbors team up to compete against other side-by-side neighbors in a doubly epic battle of the bulbs! The series will air back-to-back episodes for three consecutive weeks: MONDAY, DEC. 4 (8:00-10:00 p.m.); MONDAY, DEC. 11 (8:00-10:00 p.m.); and MONDAY, DEC. 18 (8:00-10:00 p.m.).
As wildfires roared through Santa Rosa and other parts of California’s wine country last week, a Bend woman could only watch on television as the flames threatened neighborhoods close to her brother and sister. Fortunately, they are okay, but Mandy Faulkner decided she wanted to do something to help those who were not as fortunate.
As Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan reports, Mandy’s desire to help the fire victims turned into a truckload of love from Central Oregon.
Mandy and her family would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for donating and helping them to deliver supplies to those in Santa Rosa:
Jefferson County Tourism Group
Lowe’s Home Improvement
Fair Feed and Supply
Oregon Feed and Pet
Western Heavy Haul/SMAF Construction/Environmental
Big Foot Beverages
Kenny & Ardis Faulkner
Central Oregon Pole Buildings
People have been trying to “Keep Portland Weird” long before the hit show Portlandia came about six years ago, but the satirical series that points out just how weird the Rose City can be has also drawn tourists from all over the world to visit Portland.
In this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Mackenzie Wilson takes us to The Freakybuttrue Peculiarium and Museum, a sci-fi museum in Northwest Portland, that is capitalizing on Portland’s famous flair for weirdness.
The newest arrival at Equine Outreach Horse Rescue, a horse rescue operation outside of Bend, could be a sign of things to come.
Central Oregon Daily’s Mackenzie Wilson looks at why a harsh winter could end up creating a difficult summer for horses in Central Oregon.