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  • Police surround SE Bend home; stabbing, gunshot reported

    Police cordoned off home on Donkey Sled Drive in southeast Bend late Wednesday afternoon after stabbing, at least one gunshot reported Bend police and Deschutes County sheriff's deputies surrounded a house in southeast Bend late Wednesday afternoon after officers and fire medics responding to a reported stabbing heard a gunshot and pulled back from the home. Unconfirmed police scanner reports indicated medics and police were called shortly before 4 p.m. to a home in the 20300 block of Donkey Sled Road, west of Country Club Drive, on a report of a woman having been stabbed. Local TV Station KTVZ, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 06:47 PM
  • Restitution ordered after target-shooting sparks wildfire

    Five target shooters who sparked a 38-acre wildfire near Alfalfa in 2012 were ordered earlier this year to pay more than $17,000 in restitution to the Bureau of Land Management for firefighting costs, the agency revealed Tuesday. The Prineville District of the BLM was awarded restitution on June 9th of $17,569.34 from the five individuals convicted of reckless burning as a violation, the agency said. Local TV Station KTVZ, Tue, Oct 28 2014 @ 02:31 PM
  • Central Oregon is relief center for The Big One

    Central Oregon will not bear the brunt of a major earthquake off the state's coast, but it will bear the greatest responsibility during the relief effort, according to a presentation Wednesday night by those involved in planning for such a disaster. The talk, titled 'Shaken II: What the great Cascadia earthquake could mean to Central Oregon,' was held at the Tower Theatre and sponsored by the American Red Cross Oregon Mountain River chapter, St. Charles, OSU-Cascades and The Bulletin. HeraldNet, Thu, Oct 30 2014 @ 05:27 PM
  • Deschutes County Commissioners Continue to Push for More Controlled Burns in the Area

    They want the state to loosen fire restrictions so they can burn more, but state officials are reluctant to do it because it could mean more smoke in the area. "It seems like the policy is no smoke, when we're trying to do 200 acres prescribed burns up slope from a community. KBND-AM Bend, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 02:46 PM
  • What forests to protect from wildfire?

    A group of landowners and agency representatives has begun studying private and non-federal public lands in Deschutes County to determine -- for the first time in over four decades -- what lands the Oregon Department of Forestry should protect from wildfire. The Deschutes County Forestland Classification Committee was convened by the Board of County Commissioners at the request of Oregon's State Forester. Local TV Station KTVZ, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 12:02 PM
  • La Pine woman spots bear on front porch

    A La Pine woman was startled Tuesday night to spot a black bear on her front porch, eating cat food. Deschutes County sheriff's deputies were called in and didn't find the animal, but said they did find a bear print on the porch, near the cat food dish. Local TV Station KTVZ, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 02:19 AM
  • C.O. Visitors Association Moving Out Of Bend

    The Central Oregon Visitors Association will move from its shared space with Economic Development Office in Bend, into a new facility in Sunriver. COVA CEO Alana Hughson says Bend's tourism needs are already being met by agencies like Visit Bend and the Chamber of Commerce. KBND-AM Bend, Tue, Oct 28 2014 @ 11:42 AM
  • County Commissioner Candidates Address Campaign Claims

    With just a week left in the fight for Deschutes County's Board of Commissions , we wanted to offer both candidates a chance to address each other's campaign claims. Tony Debone says his opponent would increase taxes; a claim Barram disputes: "You have to work within the tax structure you have. KBND-AM Bend, Tue, Oct 28 2014 @ 11:42 AM
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