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.
They sat down with Donna Britt for this week’s Supper Club to talk about some of the pressing issues facing the county right now, starting with the budget, and keeping up with the population growth.
After Senate Republicans couldn’t come up with enough votes to pass their version of a new health care law, they have been working behind-the-scenes to tweak the Better Care Reconciliation Act and try to get it passed after the holiday recess.
For this week’s Supper Club, Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel sat down with two Central Oregon doctors to find out what they would like to see in the field of medicine if Obamacare is repealed.
Senate leaders are delaying the vote on the Republican’s new health care bill until next week, so the fate of Obamacare remains uncertain.
For this week’s Supper Club, Curtis Vogel sat down with two local doctors from different sides of the political spectrum to find out how they are dealing with the potential impact of health care changes as medical professionals.
The latest estimates are predicting more than 150,000 people to descend on Central Oregon for the total solar eclipse in August and more than a million statewide. For this week’s Supper Club, Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel sat down with the organizers of the Oregon Solarfest being held in Madras to talk about the logistics of handling one of the biggest events in our region’s history.
Bend Mayor Casey Roats gave his State of the City address Tuesday night at the What’s Brewing event hosted by the Bend Chamber, but he and two other city officials, Jon Skidmore and Russell Grayson, gave us a sneak preview of the event. They sat down with our News Director Curtis Vogel for this week’s Supper Club to talk about the proposed city budget and what the city’s role should be in making sure there is enough affordable housing for its residents.
Part two of our summer movie previews includes looking ahead to the big franchise summer movies coming out in the next few months. Supper Club host, Diane Dean went to the Tin Theater with The Source Weekly’s film critic Jared Rasic and local playwright and actress Cricket Daniel and our news director Curtis Vogel for a look at the best of the franchise movies, including Chips and Bay Watch and non-franchise movies, The House, Dean, Logan Lucky and Wind River.
As we head into June, the summer box office is heating up so for this week’s Supper Club we wanted to look ahead to the big summer movies coming out in the next few months.
So Diane Dean went to the Tin Theater with The Source Weekly’s film critic Jared Rasic and local playwright and actress Cricket Daniel and our news director Curtis Vogel for a look at the growing slate of superhero movies.
Classes are wrapping up for the first full school year at the new OSU-Cascades campus, so for this week’s Supper Club, Diane Dean sat down with three faculty and staff members at the university to look back at the school’s first year and the future of Osu-Cascades in Bend.
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.