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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.
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 doctor seeks removal from sex-offender list
In this 2013 photo, Gilbert Brownell Lee, a doctor in Bend, was arraigned on sex abuse charges involving 11 of his patients. - Bulletin In this 2013 photo, Gilbert Brownell Lee, a doctor in Bend, was arraigned on sex abuse charges involving 11 of his patients.Shift in fire protection boundary could affect thousands of Bend properties
A coalition of landowners, businesses, neighborhood associations and nonprofits is pushing the city of Bend to invest in redeveloping an industrial area east of downtown that the city sees as a prime spot for mixed-use development. The Bend City Council expects to spend several hours during a work session beginning at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday discussing how best to annex and develop about 2,380 acres outside city limits and add taller, denser development in some parts of Bend.Child finds 65 million year old fossil on Bend field
As her mother cheered from the sideline of a JV soccer game last fall in Bend, 7-year-old Naomi Vaughan went off to play in the nearby sagebrush surrounding the soccer fields. Naomi passed the time digging a hole in the dirt.Dozens of dogs seized from property in Central Oregon
KTVZ-TV reports that Deschutes County sheriff's deputies found the animals Friday after being asked to conduct a welfare check at the property. They say the 63-year-old woman who owns the property is cooperating with investigators.Surgery centers eye recovery rooms to keep patients longer
A view of staff working in the admitting area of the Cascades Surgicenter in Bend on March 13, 2018. - Bulletin A view of staff working in the admitting area of the Cascades Surgicenter in Bend on March 13, 2018.Jury: Pastor, former Bend resident, guilty of sex abuse
When Jamie Worley's attorney made his closing argument, last week, he told jurors only one of two things could be true: Either his client's accuser had created her story, or that Worley was indeed the "monster" portrayed by the prosecution. James Daniel "Jamie" Worley, 45, a Gresham pastor and onetime Bend resident, was found guilty of seven sex-related felonies against a former family member in a case that stretches back six years and involves abuse that took place around the turn of the millennium.Silver Moon's Bend brewpub closed after fire
Patrons enjoy food and drink at Silver Moon Brewing in Bend Jan. 3, 2018. - Bulletin A recently remodeled Bend brewpub was damaged by a kitchen fire Monday afternoon, but was spared heavy losses thanks to fast-acting employees.Child finds 65 million year old fossil on Bend field
Naomi Vaughan, 7, holds an ammonite fossil near the spot where she found it at the 15th Street soccer fields on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, in Bend. Vaughan was digging in the dirt and spotted the fossil while attending her older sister's soccer game last year.Cultus Lake Resort changes hands
Visitors swim and boat around the sandy beach of Cultus Lake Resort over the summer. Cultus is a popular recreational spot in the Central Oregon high country.Roseburg City Council to study Uber, ride-sharing
The Roseburg City Council will study what to do about ride-sharing companies such as Uber that don't want to operate in Roseburg without changes to the city's taxicab ordinance. The one exception was Councilor Ashley Hicks, who wanted the City Council to take the matter up Monday for a vote without a study session, noting that she thought it was what citizens want.Suspect's Death Changes Gomez Investigation
The criminal case against Bryan Michael Penner is now closed; he died of an apparent suicide Monday morning . Penner was the only suspect in the disappearance of 24-year-old Sara Gomez , of Bend.Eastern Oregon river could provide framework for water sharing
A 31-mile tributary in a remote part of Eastern Oregon could carry lessons about managing water in the Deschutes Basin. The Coalition for the Deschutes, a Bend-based nonprofit that focuses on protecting the Deschutes River, will host a presentation Wednesday by Rob Kirschner, general counsel for the Freshwater Trust.The Decemberists will return to Bend
The indie rock quintet will return to Les Schwab Amphitheater on July 26, with Chicago band Whitney opening. The Decemberists last performed at the amphitheater in 2015 in support of its comeback album, "What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World," which concluded a multi-year hiatus.Day Care Worker Gets 21 Years for Drugging Kids to Go to Tanning Salon, CrossFit
The operator of the Little Giggles day care center in Bend, Ore., had a rule: Parents couldn't drop off or collect their children between 11am and 2pm. That was the period January Neatherlin referred to as "nap time"-and when she headed out to go tanning and to CrossFit.Walden Tours Bend Kombucha Facility
Congressman Greg Walden toured Humm Kombucha's new northeast Bend facility Friday, to draw attention to a proposal he's supporting, which would change federal beverage regulations. Currently, alcoholic beverages are designated as those with .5% alcohol by volume , which often includes fermented drinks like kombucha.Missing Woman's Frmr Boyfriend Attempts Suicide in Jail
The former boyfriend of a missing woman was hospitalized Sunday night after an apparent suicide attempt at the Deschutes County Jail. The Sheriff's Office says Bryan Penner was found by another inmate, who alerted Corrections staff, at about 8:40 p.m. Deputies and nursing staff provided life-saving efforts, which continued until medics arrived to transport him to St. Charles Bend.
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