A distillery in Southern Oregon is bringing the all-natural, locally-sourced trend to the liquor business with their own handcrafted spirits made in small batches near Cave Junction.
It’s an event that draws professional cyclists from all around the world, but a change intended to bring the world’s best riders to this year’s Cascade Cycling Classic had some unintended consequences.
Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker looks at why, when it comes to pay, men and women are not on the same playing field.
***THURSDAY NIGHT UPDATE – Combined with the more than $5k raised by the GoFundMe campaign, Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon and the Nicole Reinhardt Fund kicked in more than $10k to officially equalize the purses for both men and women for all stages of this week’s Cascade Cycling Classic.
After years of planning and millions of dollars in fundraising, The Bethlehem Inn is getting a long-awaited makeover.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was there today as the demolition started to take down the old facility and make way for a new one.
The Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) is a group dedicated to protecting Oregon’s wildlands, and this year, they are celebrating 30 years of keeping the desert landscape safe. Brian Jennings gives us a look at the thousands of acres the group oversees everyday.
The Great Outdoors, sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Company in Sunriver.
Housing can be difficult to find on an average day in Bend, but when you have hundreds of riders looking for housing for days on end it can be both difficult and expensive. Teams in town for the Cascade Cycling Classic this week often turn to kind families willing to open up their homes to house them for the duration of the event.
Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker spoke with a family that is hosting members of the Hanger 15 Cycling Team, and two of the riders themselves.
Some of Central Oregon’s most cutting-edge companies and organizations all gathered in one place today for the first-ever Innovation Day at OSU-Cascades, but three of the participants sat down with Donna Britt for a little preview of the event for this week’s Supper Club.
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.”
One out of every seven Central Oregonians is a veteran. In our weekly War Stories series, we introduce you to the story of Central Oregon war veterans, some who made it back from their war, and some who didn’t.
This week we introduce you to the story of Les Davis, an Army Korean War veteran.
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.