2018 Bend Christmas Parade

The 2018 Bend Christmas Parade will be replayed Sundays at noon throughout December on BendBroadband’s COTV 11 /611 HD.

This video is available to purchase as a downloadable video file at: 2018 Bend Christmas Parade. All video downloads should be completed on a computer.

Summit High School Cross Country Girls Vying for National Title

***UPDATE ON SATURDAY – Summit High School Cross Country Girls are National Champions after winning the Nile Cross Nationals in Portland in Saturday morning***

The Summit High School Girls’ Cross-Country team has been ranked Number One in the country for the past month, but on Saturday, they get a chance to win that top spot at the national competition in the Portland area.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom caught up with three of the runners before they left town for their title shot.

City Club of Central Oregon – November 2018

November forum: POLITICS, SEX & RELIGION

How to have difficult conversations without being difficult

Do you have to set the Thanksgiving table with plastic silverware because you worry about political conversations turning violent? Do you stay awake at night thinking about a meme that your second cousin shared on Facebook? And how should you handle it if you and your coworkers have different ideas of what is ‘Not Safe for Work’?

Hard conversations are all around us, at home, work and on social media. How do we connect honestly and authentically with our family, friends and coworkers without alienating each other because we disagree? In November, City Club will lead a lively and engaging panel of community members who deal with these topics every day to learn just how we can have difficult conversations without turning into difficult people.


  • Dr. Steven Koski, Lead Pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Bend
  • Erika McCalpine, Instructor in Business Administration at OSU Cascades and HR Executive
  • Tim Williams, Managing Partner at Dwyer William Cherkoss


  • Ruth Williamson, Principal, Ruth Williamson Consulting

The Center Foundation Player of the Game: Hannah Sauer

Leading a balanced team effort, Hannah Sauer recorded ten kills, two blocks and five aces to lead Summit High School to a 3-1 (25-21, 25-21, 18-25, 25-22) victory over host Bend in a Mountain Valley Conference volleyball game before a raucous crowd Tuesday night.

Helping Summit advance to 12-1 in league play, the sophomore right side hitter earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.