Silver Lake, February 24 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Imbler High School basketball team will have a game with North Lake High School on February 24, 2024, 15:00:00 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Process to open Christmas Valley Clinic ongoing
The medical facility in Christmas Valley is in the process of being reopened under the umbrella of Asher Community Health Center (ACHC) as a satellite location; an exact date opening date is still to be determined. Since taking over the operation of the Christmas Valley Clinic, ACHC has been busy...
North Lake/Paisley Boys' Basketball clinches postseason berth
The North Lake / Paisley Boys Basketball team were victors in two of their final three games, clinching their spot in the Mountain Valley League Playoffs. By defeating Prospect Charter and Central Christian, the Cowboys earned the right to host Crosspoint Christian on Tuesday in the opening round. FINAL.
North Lake/Paisley Girls Basketball extends winning streak
The North Lake/Paisley Girls’ Basketball team extended their season-high winning streak to seven games, completing a sweep of last week’s slate. The Cowgirls concluded Mountain Valley Play with a 10-1 record and will compete for a District Title on Saturday. FINAL.
Silver Lake, February 14 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Lakeview High School basketball team will have a game with North Lake High School on February 14, 2024, 18:00:00 CST.
Trailblazing Local Woman: A Unique Journey in Forest Management
The article tells the story of an African-American woman who pursued a career in forest management, a field not typically chosen by individuals of her race and gender. After graduating from Oregon State University in 1994, she had to decide between the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). She opted for the BLM, becoming its first female African-American field manager. Her career lasted from 1974 to 2007, during which she seldom met other African-Americans in her field.
Rare human case of bubonic plague in Oregon: How it spreads and what to know
The plague spreads to humans or animals through a bite from an infected flea or by contact with an animal sick with the disease, health officials say.
Deschutes County faces lawsuit over woman’s death in jail
Editor’s note: This story contains a description of suicide. If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 988, or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741. The family of a woman who died by suicide in the...
Crews to begin dismantling façade of historic A.J. Tucker Building in downtown Bend, making way for courthouse expansion
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- Next Monday, crews will begin dismantling and cataloguing the stone blocks of the front façade of the historic AJ Tucker building, located at the corner of NW Greenwood Avenue and Harriman Street, making way for a Deschutes County Courthouse expansion after no one took the county up on a free offer The post Crews to begin dismantling façade of historic A.J. Tucker Building in downtown Bend, making way for courthouse expansion appeared first on KTVZ.
The ‘Black Death’ Discovered in Oregon
An Oregon resident has been diagnosed with a disease that ran roughshod across Europe and has claimed upwards of 50 million lives. Last week a person in Deschutes County, in Central Oregon, was diagnosed with the Bubonic Plague, commonly referred to as the 'Black Death'. The plague, known at that time as the Plague of Justinian, raged through Europe during the sixth century killing an estimated 25 million people.
Snow Report: February 13th
Snow is on the way! A Winter Storm Watch goes into effect from late tonight through Thursday evening along the east slopes of the Cascades including La Pine and Sunriver due to total snow accumulations of 10-20 inches in the crests and passes with 3-6 inches possible along the lower east slopes. Travel could be very difficult to impossible due to hazardous conditions which may affect morning and evening commutes.
Dry conditions today but wintry precipitation coming
Good Tuesday, Central Oregon. There’s a chance for some light fog early this morning and some areas will have freezing conditions presenting the chance for black ice or slippery roadways but no advisories are in place this morning. Today appears to bring mostly clear conditions with similar temperature ranges...
Deschutes County deputies seek public’s help to find whoever abandoned 8 puppies in La Pine area
Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies sought the public’s help Monday in finding the owner of eight puppies that apparently were abandoned last week in the La Pine area. The post Deschutes County deputies seek public’s help to find whoever abandoned 8 puppies in La Pine area appeared first on KTVZ.
Deschtutes County Warns Of Phone Scam
Deschutes County Environmental Health has received multiple reports from community members who have received calls that appear to come from Deschutes County. Callers appear to be “spoofing,” or faking, the Health Services’ Environmental Health main phone number, so the call appears to be coming from Deschutes County on the recipient’s caller ID. Some community members have reported being asked to purchase a vacuum cleaner.
County declares fentanyl emergency
Deschutes County declared a state of emergency February 7 over the growing fentanyl crisis in Central Oregon that is following the statewide trend of lethal drug overdoses and associated crime. The declaration issued by the county board of commissioners, following a vote in favor by commissioners Board Chair Patti Adair,...
Rollover crash south of Redmond shears off power pole, injures driver; 450 CEC members lose power for hours
A driver left SW Helmholtz Way near Canal Boulevard south of Redmond Sunday evening in a rollover crash that broke one power pole and left others leaning and lines down across the road, knocking out power to about 450 Central Electric Cooperative members for several hours. The post Rollover crash south of Redmond shears off power pole, injures driver; 450 CEC members lose power for hours appeared first on KTVZ.
Bend-area homeless camps have had 15 fires this year, Redmond area had six, one Tuesday that burned 2 trailers
There have been 15 fires in Bend-area homeless camps since the start of the year, the most recent destroying a motor home Saturday morning north of Juniper Ridge, officials confirmed Tuesday. The Redmond area, meanwhile, has had six such blazes. The post Bend-area homeless camps have had 15 fires this year, Redmond area had six, one Tuesday that burned 2 trailers appeared first on KTVZ.
Bend woman recovering in hospital from critical injuries in head-on Hwy. 97 crash last month near Chemult
A Bend woman is recovering at St. Charles Bend from critical injuries suffered in a head-on crash last month on Highway 97 near Chemult. The post Bend woman recovering in hospital from critical injuries in head-on Hwy. 97 crash last month near Chemult appeared first on KTVZ.
Bureau of Land Management Seeks Public Input on Horse Ridge Recreation Area Non-Motorized Project
The Bureau of Land Management is opening a 30-day public scoping period today to seek input on the Horse Ridge Recreational Area Non-Motorized Project. The Horse Ridge Recreation Area is in Deschutes County approximately 13 miles southeast of Bend. The primary draw to the Horse Ridge Recreation Area is mountain...