More than 75 neglected horses were rescued from a Terrebonne ranch last Sunday and they are now receiving care at the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Oregon’s Rescue Ranch as they make their long road to recovery.
Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker was at the ranch today to check on their progress.
The Sheriffs Office is still accepting donations to help provide care for the horses. If you’d like to donate, visit www.Sheriff.Deschutes.org
All donated funds will go toward veterinary care, farrier work, and other costs associated with the care of these horses.
Just two weeks after more than four dozen dogs were rescued from a property in La Pine, the Deschutes County Sheriffs Office is dealing with another case of possible animal neglect in Terrebonne.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has the details on how nearly seven dozen horses were rescued over the weekend.
One of the most pressing issues now with so many horses suddenly occupying the ranch, outside of caring for them, is feeding them. That is why the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is requesting that any community members who would like to help by donating extra hay reach out to them at www.sheriff.deschutes.org.
83 Horses Removed from a Terrebonne Property to a Rescue Ranch in Bend
The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Oregon removed 83 horses from a property in Terrebonne on Sunday after determining that many of the horses were suffering from severe hoof neglect.
Community members came together to volunteer their time and vehicles and horse trailers to help deputies with the transport of the horses.
The Sheriff’s Department investigation continues, and they are expected to release more information today.
One out of every seven Central Oregonians is a veteran. In our weekly War Stories series we introduce you to the stories of Central Oregon war veterans, some who made it back from their war and some who didn’t.
In this episode, War Stories producer Warren Shultz introduces us to a navy veteran and longtime resident of Terrebonne, Ben Lemire.
Thanks to Ben for sharing his story and a special thanks to Gary Gruner Chevrolet Buick GMC for sponsoring War Stories and giving us the time and resources to tell the stories of Central Oregon’s war veterans every Monday night on Central Oregon Daily.
Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne is full of trails for everyone from novice walkers to avid hikers, but the towers of rock can be intimidating for those who aren’t used to rock climbing.
For tonight’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Mackenzie Wilson joins Chockstone Climbing Guides‘ Jim Ablao to show that you don’t have to be a pro to enjoy some of the best rock climbing areas in the country.
What started out as competing rallies for and against President Trump at the Oregon State Capitol turned into violent skirmishes over the weekend.
After a group called the Northwest Trump Alliance for Change was granted a permit to stage a rally at the Oregon WWII Memorial in Salem, Oregon Saturday, another group called Salem Stands for Love organized their own rally just down the street on the steps of the Capitol.
What was already a tense atmosphere between two groups turned violent after a group of counter-protestors joined the fray, and now, a Terrebonne man is facing charges for his involvement in the conflict.