Taste This! – The Cash and Carter Family Cookbook

In this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt and her food photographer Tambi Lane take us behind the scenes of their latest cookbook project, The Cash and Carter Family Cookbook: Recipes and Recollections from Johnny and June’s Table, featuring country music royalty.

Thanks to Newport Avenue Market for giving us the resources to take weekly culinary adventures. Life is short. Eat good food!

Culver Voters Weigh in on Pot Ban

Culver is one of two local cities that currently bans legal marijuana businesses from operating. However, Culver residents will get the chance to either keep or lift the ban this November.
Central Oregon Daily’s Lisa Carton spoke with officials and residents to see how they felt about the ban.

Officials Still Weighing Options for Redmond Birthing Center

For 10 months the fate of the Redmond Birthing Center has been the topic of discussion for a task force, which has now presenting three options to the St. Charles board of directors. One of those options would mean closing delivery services at the Redmond location, an idea that local nurses opposed.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has more on the story.

Cranking for Colby

Staff at Deschutes Brewery have rallied around a fellow employee who was recently diagnosed with cancer and other breweries have jumped on board. On Monday, October 15, at 17 locations across Bend, locals have gather for the Cranking for Colby – Community Pint Night where $1 from each beer purchased will go towards Colby’s medical expenses.
Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker has details from Deschutes Brewery in downtown Bend. 

Source on the Scene: The Addams Family

They’re creepy and their kooky and nothing says Halloween more than the Addams Family. If you’re looking for a way to get into the Halloween spirit look no further than the 2nd Street Theater’s musical production featuring your favorite creepy family from TV and the big screen.

For all the latest arts and cultural listings pick up the latest issue of The Source Weekly, or go to their website at www.bendsource.com.

Also thanks to our Source on the Scene sponsor, Indian Head Casino, for giving us the time and resources to show you some of the best events and entertainment that our region has to offer, every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.

Bend Senior High Celebrates Distinguished Alumni

It’s homecoming week and Bend Senior High School celebrated by honoring its distinguished alumni. Graduates of Bend High have gone on to be local politicians, experts in their field and one couldn’t even attend the ceremony since she was off helping fight an Ebola outbreak.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was at Bend High School today and has more on the story.

Deputy-Involved Shooting Under Investigation

Friday morning on the Funny Farm property off Highway 97, Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Oregon Deputies went to serve a felony warrant to a suspect, but the encounter ended with shots fired. The suspect who was being served the warrant was shot twice and was transported to St. Charles where he underwent surgery and is expected to live. The deputy who fired the shots is on paid administrative leave, which is standard in all officer-involved shootings, pending further investigation.

Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel was on the scene this morning and has more on the story.

Terrebonne Horses Ready for Adoption

Horses rescued from a Terrebonne property have been housed at the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Rescue Ranch since they were seized in March. Since then they have been rehabilitated and cared for and are now ready for adoption. Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has more on the story.

Sisters Family Shares Their Story in New Documentary

The Far Green Country will make its debut at the BendFilm Festival this weekend. The movie features a family from Sisters who hit the road in an RV in an effort to reconnect and reignite their passion for adventure. Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom sat down with the stars and filmmakers of the movie and has more on their story.

Film Festival a Growing Part of Bend’s Culture

The BendFilm Festival kicks off tonight and, now in it’s 15th year, the festival is a huge draw for our Central Oregon town. The festival itself is an economic driver and brings in people from out of town who pay for food and lodging. However, the festival’s success is also a sign of Bend’s growth as a cultural hub, not just an outdoor recreation destination.