Oregon’s first statewide horse rescue event is happening MAY 20-21 at Rim Rock Riders Event Center. Cyndi Dow from 3 Sisters Equine explains to Central Oregon Daily how 14 horses, 14 trainers and 7 rescued horses will showcase their talents at this family friendly event. There will be door prizes, food and a silent auction along with the horse auction. More info at oregonrescuechallenge.com.
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We are launching a new weekly report called “The Great Outdoors,” sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Co., where Central Oregon Daily’s Brian Jennings will take you out of the city and into the wild for a look at the issues and developments that are affecting the wildfire, rivers and forests of Central Oregon.
For our first installment, Brian takes us up in the air for some spectacular views of the Three Sisters and Mount Bachelor, courtesy of Big Mountain Heli Tours.
Sky View Middle School eighth grader Hannah Bishop was recently crowned the Oregon Miss Amazing, which means she will represent our state at the National Miss Amazing in Chicago in August. Miss Amazing is a national non-profit dedicated to providing opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to reach their fullest potential. If you’d like to help Hannah with her trip to Chicago, click HERE.
The American Health Care Act is still working its way through the united states senate after being passed by the house. So, for this week’s Supper Club, Donna Britt sat down with three Central Oregonians connected to the health care industry to get their takes on the latest version of health care reform.
Camp Abbot Trading Company is located in beautiful Sunriver, Oregon. Camp Abbot is a general store with Ace Hardware, Hallmark Gold Crown and many departments like sporting goods, pet and feed and gifts. You will also find a Rental shop with a large variety of tools and equipment for rent. Camp Abbot is also a STIHL dealer.
High Desert Food and Farm Alliance supports a community based food system in Central Oregon to increase access to fresh healthy food, support sustainable farm land use, and foster relationships among farmers and consumers.
Imagine being able to enjoy a cold beer and then traveling back millions of light years in time? Now you can at the brand new, only one of it’s kind, Hopservatory at Worthy Brewing. Central Oregon Daily’s Chris Biggs met up with Roger Worthington, the man with the vision, for a guided tour.