Cascade Cycling Classic Revived by Two New Partners

It’s a cycling race that draws riders from all over the world to Central Oregon. But after this year’s event, organizers of the Cascade Cycling Classic said that the race’s future was in limbo. However, two new partners have stepped in to revive the event.

Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom looks at the latest developments.

Middle School Students Seek to Make a Difference with Inclusive Campaign

Many of us remember struggling at a young age to be ourselves and feel understood. That’s why Skyview Middle School in Bend helps students connect to one another with a schoolwide campaign illustrating why they matter.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan spoke with students and staff about why they believe the campaign is important to everyone involved.

Source on the Scene: CTC Presents “A Christmas Carol”

We talk with Cascades Theatre Company director Kelly Dolan Ryan about the production of “A Christmas Carol.” This spirited adaptation of the classic Christmas tale will surely make for a lively holiday season. Charles Dickens himself narrators Ebenezer Scrooge’s magical night’s journey as he visits his past, present, and future before discovering life’s true gifts. The play runs from Dec. 1-17, 2017.

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New City Buses in Bend

The City of Bend and Cascades East Public Transit held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday morning, outside Hawthorne Station. It was all to celebrate the arrival of three brand new large low-floor buses that will make it much easier for disabled riders. The new buses also have a back door and will help improve passenger flow and more.

Central Oregon Daily’s Austin Reed attended this morning’s ribbon cutting event and has more details in this video.

Local Police Officer Offers Assistance Over Thanksgiving Weekend

It started out as a routine traffic stop. But once City of Bend Police Department Officer Greg Goller met the driver behind the wheel, he decided to turn an unfortunate situation into a good deed.

For tonight’s cover story Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has a holiday story that will warm your heart.