Meet and Greet Famous Animator

Ron Campbell is an animator, director, and producer, best known for his work on the 1960’s “The Beatles” television series, as well as the animated feature film Yellow Submarine. Ron joins us to talk about his amazing career which includes animation for Scooby Doo, Rugrats, Smurfs, Winnie The Pooh, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and so much more.

Ron Campbell makes a rare appearance downtown Bend at Peterson Roth Gallery on Oregon Avenue Tuesday and Wednesday from 12 to 7 p.m.  The exhibit is free and original cartoon art will be for sale.

Trump Supporters and Protesters Clash at State Capitol

What started out as competing rallies for and against President Trump at the Oregon State Capitol turned into violent skirmishes over the weekend.

After a group called the Northwest Trump Alliance for Change was granted a permit to stage a rally at the Oregon WWII Memorial in Salem, Oregon Saturday, another group called Salem Stands for Love organized their own rally just down the street on the steps of the Capitol.

What was already a tense atmosphere between two groups turned violent after a group of counter-protestors joined the fray, and now, a Terrebonne man is facing charges for his involvement in the conflict.

War Stories: Dale Peterson and Regina Riser

This weeks ‘War Stories’ tells the story of a new husband and wife from Redmond, Oregon who were both in the Marines. Just eight months after Regina and Dale were married, he was deployed to Iraq.

Just three weeks into his deployment, Regina got the visit that no loved one wants to receive during wartime.

Special thanks to Gary Gruner Chevrolet Buick GMC in Madras for sponsoring our War Stories.

State Law Prevents Bike Bridge Construction

The access to recreational outdoor areas is one of the biggest draws in Bend, and also one of the largest economic drivers. That’s why the Bend Park & Recreation District has proposed that a new pedestrian and bike bridge be built south of the Old Mill District area, but a state rule passed specifically for the Upper Deschutes River is standing in the way of the project.

Central Oregon Daily’s Brian Jennings looks at the passionate debate surrounding the proposed bridge.

Concept Closets

Concept Closets is a locally owned company with 13 years experience. We service all of Oregon.  No job is to big or small.  We take pride in quality, courtious, service. Whatever your needs, bedrooms, pantry, laundry, linen, office or garage we’ve got you covered.  In addition to our shelving we also do shower doors, mirrors and bathroom accessories.

Bend Chamber’s What’s Brewing: Bend’s UGB – Moving Forward

Land supply is precious. Historically, competition has plagued it with controversy and conflict, including civil wars. And, while the recent state-approved expansion of housing and employment lands within the city’s urban growth boundary (UGB) may have temporarily relieved Bend from such atrophy, it’s the consensus of what’s next and how it’s prioritized that will be crucial.

The discussion “Bend’s UGB: Moving Forward” was held on March 14, 2014 at the What’s Brewing forum.

 

Supper Club: Bend’s Urban Growth Boundary

Three guests, good food, and a glass of wine at Pine Tavern Restaurant … those are the ingredients for our weekly Supper Club series, brought to you by Great American Furniture Warehouse.

Now that the city of Bend’s Urban Growth Boundary has been approved, where do we from here? That’s the question we asked for a special UGB edition of Supper Club with Casey Roats, Bend’s mayor, Kirk Schueler of Brooks Resources, and Moey Newbold, member of Central Oregon LandWatch.

A Magical Trip Through McMenamins Old St. Francis School

When it opened in 1936, the Saint Francis School in Bend was the first ever parochial school established in Central Oregon. When the school moved to a modern campus on the Northeast Side of town, McMenamins renovated and reopened the landmark as McMenamins Old St. Francis School in 2004.

Guest rooms and bars have been added to the complex that stay faithful to the original look and feel of the old school. Mackenzie Wilson takes us on a behind the scenes tour.