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Located in the middle of the state, Bend was incorporated in 1904, at a time when it had 300 residents. Originally called "Farewell Bend," the name was shortened to "Bend" by the postal service. Although it roots were as a logging town, it is now recognized as an entrance for many outdoor sports, including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, white-water rafting, skiing, and golf.

Population: 82280
Local Newspapers: Bend Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: Central Oregon Hotshots (IBL basketball) Central Oregon Steelheaders (PASL (soccer)
Local Colleges: Central Oregon Community College OSU-Cascades Campus of Oregon State University

Zip Codes associated with bend, oregon: 97701 97702 97707 97741 97756
Towns/Cities near bend, oregon : Redmond Prineville

Bend News
Private plane slides off Bend runway; no injuries - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 PST

Gary Judd, manager of the Bend Municipal Airport, tells The Bulletin newspaper that nobody was injured in Tuesday's mishap and the Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300 does not appear damaged. Judd says the plane skidded at the end of the runway and went about 10 yards off the runway into a dirt bank.

Bend's affordable housing manager retires

Jim Long laughs while reminiscing about practical jokes he pulled on co-workers over the years during his retirement party on Friday. - Bulletin Jim Long laughs while reminiscing about practical jokes he pulled on co-workers over the years during his retirement party on Friday.

Bend food truck owner has found a niche

The Memphis Melt, the signature sandwich at Tennessee's Grill Cheese in Bend. It includes smoked gouda, pulled pork and barbecue sauce on two slices of sourdough bread.

New Sign Discourages Distracted Driving

Bend city crews installed a "Don't Text and Drive" sign on Reed Market Road, Friday, to honor the memory of a 16-year-old hit by a driver who was texting . In 2011, Forrest Cepeda was killed while riding his bike on Reed Market, near Pettigrew.

Convicted Thief Accused Of Redmond Burglaries

A convicted thief was arrested Saturday, suspected in a number of new burglaries. Investigators say 49-year-old Dennis Madden matches the description of a man seen breaking into cars near NW 10th and Birch.

Resin-coated lining to replace main Bend sewer pipe

A finished, 36-inch pipeline created by inserting a resin-coated liner in an old pipe and curing the materials. - Bulletin A finished, 36-inch pipeline created by inserting a resin-coated liner in an old pipe and curing the materials.

Woman sues Safeway after slipping on macaroni and cheese

A Bend woman is suing the grocer Safeway after she broke her hip and neck slipping on macaroni and cheese. Kathleen Chism, 70, is seeking $575,952.76 in damages from the national chain for failing to identify the spilled pasta and notify customers at Safeway's East Bend location, according to a complaint filed Dec. 29 in Deschutes County Circuit Court.

Sustainable practices profit cannabis companies

Justin Clapick of Deschutes Growery checks the progress of a female cannabis plant Jan. 3 at Deschutes Growery in Bend. - Bulletin Justin Clapick of Deschutes Growery checks the progress of a female cannabis plant Jan. 3 at Deschutes Growery in Bend.

Students use computer skills to counter sex trafficking

Computer science students at OSU-Cascades work together to create software tools to help the Bend-based counter-sex-trafficking nonprofit the Guardian Group during a "Hackathon" on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. - Bulletin Computer science students at OSU-Cascades work together to create software tools to help the Bend-based counter-sex-trafficking nonprofit the Guardian Group during a "Hackathon" on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018.

Walden Denounces Alleged Derogatory Remark

Congressman Greg Walden was in Bend Friday, touring Deschutes Brewery and discussing how the Republican tax reform bill will benefit the craft brew industry. During the visit, Walden was asked about recent remarks reportedly made by the President during an immigration meeting, when he allegedly used a derogatory term to refer to African countries.

Driver in fatal bicycle crash had empty beer cans, painkillers

The alleged drunken driver who struck and killed a bicyclist Dec. 30 east of Bend had empty beer cans and prescription drugs in her pickup truck and told police she was on painkillers and muscle relaxers, according to court documents. Deschutes County Sheriff's Office Sgt.

OSU-Cascades to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry will help Oregon State University-Cascades celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy Monday. Harris-Perry, a political commentator and the author of two books about being black in America, will speak at OSU's Corvallis campus at 11 a.m. Her speech will be livestreamed to the Bend campus, and OSU-Cascades faculty will follow her presentation with a panel discussion at Tykeson Hall, Room 111.

Holidays drove tourism, despite mild weather

ORIG 01/10/18 Skiers and snowboarders in the dining area at West Village Lodge at Mount Bachelor January 10, 2018. - Bulletin ORIG 01/10/18 Skiers and snowboarders in the dining area at West Village Lodge at Mount Bachelor January 10, 2018.

Deschutes police radio chatter back up, but on delay

Law enforcement radio chatter is again publicly available in Bend, though it's online and on a 30-minute delay. The Deschutes County 911 Service District's director, Steve Reinke, announced in a media release this week that radio feeds will resume for Bend and Redmond police departments and the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office, which includes Black Butte Ranch and Sunriver police center.

In Central Oregon, snow is a no show so far

Employees with Alpine Abatement Associates use snow blowers to remove a thick layer of snow from the roof of Bend High on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. School roofs through out the Bend La Pine School District are being cleared after heavy snow caused the roof collapse over the gym at the Highland Magnet at Kenwood School in Bend, prompting Bend-La Pine Schools to cancel classes at all schools in the district on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017.

Third arrest made in hotel robberies

A third arrest was made Wednesday in connection with a pair of weekend Bend hotel robberies, and an intense police investigation is winding down. His arrest occurred around 3 p.m. outside Motel West on Northeast Irving Avenue.

Leading Edge acquires Professional Air in Bend

Helicopters with Leading Edge Aviation at Bend Airport in 2015. Leading Edge bought airport competitor Professional Air for an undisclosed sum.

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