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.
The star of a new ABC primetime show lives right here in Central Oregon.
The main character of “Downward Dog” is Martin, and not too long ago, the dog who plays Martin was looking for his forever home in a shelter in Chicago.
Now, Ned flies all over the country for big Hollywood shoots, but he still found time for the little guys and an interview with Central Oregon Daily’s Mackenzie Wilson.
It’s a message that wildlife experts try to repeat as often as they can: when it comes to wild animals, it’s best to keep your hands off.
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’s War Stories segment highlights Paul Lesher, a World War II veteran who now calls Bend home.
Special thanks to Gary Gruner Chevrolet Buick GMC in Madras for sponsoring our War Stories segment.
One of the highest rated television series for nearly a decade is returning in 2018, and the auditions for American Idol are kicking off this August.
Portland is scheduled to be one of the first locations for auditions. For one Bend teenager, the return of Idol means a chance at his dream, just a quick drive over the mountains.
We introduce you to Austin Brown, a talented singer who’s a regular at open mic nights around Central Oregon, and someone you could see on a much bigger stage in the near future.
A new report from the Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness looked at all 50 states to see how they effectively identify homeless children and enroll them in school. Oregon ranked as the best in the nation.
OSU-Cascades 16th commencement ceremony Saturday will honor the first class to graduate from the newly opened Bend campus. With 334 students, this will be the second largest graduating class in OSU-Cascades history.
Prominent Oregon attorney and outdoor products industry leader Chris Van Dyke will be giving the commencement address. Central Oregon Daily’s Donna Britt sat down with Van Dyke to discuss his speech and his passion for the outdoors, and how he jumped at the chance to come to Oregon in the 1970’s.
At 15 years old most high schoolers are just starting to learn how to drive a car, but in Sisters, Oregon there’s a class full of teenagers who are taking that up a notch.
The Flight Science class at Sisters High School is putting kids in the pilot’s seat, and as Mackenzie Wilson shows, the program isn’t just helping them spread their wings for fun, many of the students plan to go on to careers in aviation.