The Bend Venture Conference has turned into one of the largest venture capital gatherings in the country with more than $3.5 million in funding given out to last year’s winners. On Friday, the owner of five start-up businesses in Bend will compete in the Shark Tank type event at the Tower Theatre with a shot at thousands of dollars in Venture Capital funds.
Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker looks at one of the five finalists in the early stage competition.
National Employee Representative and author Spencer Cohn gives us valuable workplace tips and explains what is non-intentional harassment.
Before there was ever a Deschutes County or City of Bend, there was a 70-acre ranch established in the 1890’s near Dillon Falls that was primarily used for cattle. Today, the U.S. Forest Service owns that land and crews are restoring it back to the wildlife sanctuary that it once was.
Brian Jennings takes us to Deschutes National Forest‘s Ryan Ranch Restoration Project for this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Company in Sunriver.
The City of Bend is hosted an open house on Wednesday to address the ongoing parking problems along Galveston Avenue.
Central Oregon Daily’s Austin Reed reported from Westside Village Elementary, where neighbors and business owners heard about the latest proposal to improve the parking situation along Galveston between Columbia and 17th Street.
Philip Torchio, founder of The Broomsmen, visits with Central Oregon Daily about his forward-thinking company which handles event waste and leftovers.
The United States has the worst record for women dying from pregnancy-related complications of any country in the developed world.
For tonight’s cover story, a Bend mother shares her near-death experience after giving birth, in the hopes that it can save the life of other mothers in the future.
Redmond High School students and faculty participated in a lockdown drill Tuesday to prepare for an active threat scenario on campus.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was at the campus to see how the Redmond School District prepares for the unthinkable.
Tyler Simones with Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management visits with Central Oregon Daily about what should be on your 4th quarter financial to-do list.
A new law here in Oregon that goes into effect October 1st is cracking down on motorists who use any mobile devices while behind the wheel.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has the details on what you can and can’t do under the new Distracted Driver law, and the consequences if law enforcement catches you on the phone while driving.
Central Oregon has lost a longtime businessman and respected member of the community with today’s passing of Bob Eberhard at the age of 82.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom looks at the life and legacy of the president and longtime owner of Eberhard’s Dairy.