Lynne Ouchida from the Humane Society of Central Oregon, joins us with Paws the polydactyl cat, who is a staff favorite at the Humane Society, good with other cats, dogs and kids and just looking for a home that will let him be his spunky self. Lynne also has some information on how the Humane Society is helping furloughed workers affected by the government shut down and talks about some upcoming fundraising events.
Thanks to our sponsor Mike’s Fence Center for giving us the time and resources to meet a new adoptable animal each Monday on Central Oregon Daily.
Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management’s Troy Reinhart stopped by to chat with Central Oregon Daily about how it’s never too early to start thinking about tax season.
Central Oregon Daily’s Dorrell Wenninger stopped by the recently awarded Pisano’s Pizza to get a behind the scenes look at what makes their pies so good.
To find out more or to get tickets to the annual awards banquet click here.
Dana Whitelaw, executive director of the High Desert Museum, joins us to talk about a new exhibit opening January 26 from Rick Bartow. Find out more about the exhibit and how you can see it here.
Ski Mum and the Ski Bum join us with some tips on how to stay safe and enjoy some backcountry skiing just outside of the Mt. Bachelor resort.
In this week’s Taste This!, Donna tastes heads to JEM Organic Nut Butters to see how they’ve gone from chocolate truffles whipped up in a kitchen to producing 50 tons of nutrient dense and creatively flavored nut butters.
A special thanks to our sponsor, Newport Avenue Market, for giving us the time and resources to bring you this delightful culinary feature each week. Life is short. Eat good food.
Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel sits down with newly elected and first-time Deschutes County Commissioner Patti Adair.
Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management’s Tyler Simones came to chat with Central Oregon Daily about social security and some tips on when it might be time to use it.