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The arctic blast that hit Central Oregon this weekend set records causing school closures, and pipes to burst across the High Desert.
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About 35 Central Electric Cooperative members at a southeast Bend mobile home park lost power for about four hours Sunday night on a second night of sub-zero temperatures -- the second outage of the day on Bend's Eastside..
Failed or overheated heat tape used to thaw water lines sparked a fire that caused $32,000 damage to a shed and home north of Bend Monday morning, leaving the home uninhabitable, officials said.
Over the weekend, Bend's First United Methodist Church held a toy and bake sale fundraiser, where the proceeds will benefit children locally and globally.
Erika Montgomery, left, talks with Reese Mercer about Bram. Montgomery brought Bram home after her previous dog died, and now realizes she wasn't yet ready.
Forget coal in the stocking: Three Thurston County workers will be bringing home smaller paychecks during the holidays after getting busted for traveling to a work conference - and not attending any of the sessions.
Weather permitting, ODOT will be making significant changes next week to the intersections on the Bend Parkway and Third Street as work on the Murphy Road project progresses .
Allie Brosh's immensely popular blog, Hyperbole and a Half , is an Internet phenomenon which has been named one of the Funniest Sites on the Web by PC World and winner of the 2011 Bloggies Awards for Most Humorous Weblog and Best Writing.
A fund has been established for donations toward the medical expenses for a 23-year-old Madras woman allegedly shot and critically injured by her boyfriend last weekend.
For first time in its decades-long history, Saturday's Bend Christmas Parade has been canceled due to frigid temperatures and wind chill readings that could approach minus-20.
I'm very excited to intoduce a new InfoDev blogger. Meet Chet Liew, Principal Technical Writer for Oracle Communications based in Bend, Oregon.
Leaders with St. Charles Health System announced Wednesday that they are eliminating two top administrative positions with more to follow as part of a restructuring designed to save more than $2 million next year.
La Pine and Sunriver schools delayed classes for two hours Thursday morning due to problems with school buses not starting up in the bitter, sub-zero cold that hit a reported -18 in La Pine and nearly set a power-use record for Central Electric Cooperative.
With winter's firm grip on Central Oregon, many of the area's lakes, rivers and ponds have frozen over, prompting a warning from area firefighters.
Dozens of fishermen lined the banks of the Crooked River south of Prineville on an unseasonably warm fall day to try their hand at landing some native redband trout or whitefish.