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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
Editorial: Gov. Brown, please debate in nowhere-land

Oregon east of the Cascades is, once again, "the middle of nowhere," as former Gov. Neil Goldschmidt called it during his 1986 bid for the governorship. How else to explain Democratic Gov. Kate Brown's reluctance to debate her Republican opponent , Knute Buehler, on his home turf in Bend? The pair has so far agreed to only three debates, one in Medford and two in Portland.

Researchers hope to reduce eagle deaths caused by turbines

Oregon State University associate professor Roberto Albertani photographs as Walter, a golden eagle, flies to a perch at the High Desert Museum on Monday, June 11, 2018, in Bend. A team of grad students was working with OSU associate professor Roberto Albertani at the High Desert Museum, recording golden eagle flight to develop technology that ultimately reduces the number of golden eagles killed by wind turbines.

Box Factory adds tenants while nearby sites await redevelopment

Crane Shed Commons was competed in late 2017. It was the first Class A office building to be built in Bend in a decade.

COCC's new head of safety has years of experience but faces challenges

Peter Ostrovsky is the new head of campus safety at Central Oregon Community College in Bend. He is seen outside his office on the COCC campus on Thursday, June 14, 2018.

Jasmine Helsley-Barnett fights for Bend's music scene

Jasmine Helsley-Barnett, volunteer and host coordinator for Les Schwab Amphitheater, directs concertgoers to separate entrance lines before the start of the Ray LaMontagne and Neko Case concert Wednesday, May 30, 2018. - Bulletin Jasmine Helsley-Barnett, volunteer and host coordinator for Les Schwab Amphitheater, directs concertgoers to separate entrance lines before the start of the Ray LaMontagne and Neko Case concert Wednesday, May 30, 2018.

OSU-Cascades grad follows in grandpa's footsteps

Ali Bylund and her grandfather, Jim Bylund, sit outside the Oregon State University-Cascades campus on Thursday, June 14, 2018, in Bend. Ali Bylund will graduate from OSU-Cascades this Sunday with a degree in natural resources.

Pilot Butte Drive-In owner is ready to sell

"It's fun, but I'm just ready to move on," said Bill Falconer, who owns the business with his wife, Tammy. The Falconers bought the restaurant, which is known for serving 18-ounce burgers and car hop service, in April 2007 from the Mangin family.

Bend Ranks Sixth Safest City In Oregon

A recently released report of Oregon crime statistics ranks Bend as the sixth safest city in the state, and the only city over 60,000 people to make the top 10. Bend Police Captain Paul Kansky says it's a group effort, "It's very good to see. It makes us know that we have good relationships with the community, because it's all of us together that create this.

Annual Weed Pull Event Saturday

It's the time of year when noxious weeds pop up across Central Oregon, and local experts say now is the time to take action before they dry out and provide the perfect fuel for a wildfire. Deschutes County Forester Ed Keith says invasive species officially designated as "noxious" range from highly common cheat grass to the attractive spotted knapweed , "That's the plant that grows up to about knee-high, it's just getting ready to flower usually a purple flower, but sometimes shades of pink to purple to white.

Oregon woman dies after contracting virus spread by rodent droppings

A neighbor said that Lindy Farr had been cleaning out a barn before coming down with symptoms similar to the flu. A 67-year-old Oregon woman died on Wednesday after contracting a rare, incurable disease typically transmitted through rodent droppings.

Sears Hometown stores to close in Prineville, Madras

Banners on the websites for the Madras and Prineville locations declare: "Store in liquidation," and phone calls were not answered. Franchise owners Jeremy and Heidi Wood could not be reached for comment.

Evita,' - 9 to 5' open to Bend

Actors Jaime Speed, from left, Kevin Kirner, Vanessa Farnsworth and Tara Johnson are part of the "9 to 5: The Musical" cast at Cascades Theatre in Bend. - Bulletin Actors Jaime Speed, from left, Kevin Kirner, Vanessa Farnsworth and Tara Johnson are part of the "9 to 5: The Musical" cast at Cascades Theatre in Bend.

Editorial: Retreat from the war on cars

Nobody should deny Bend has a war on cars. The city's Climate Action Steering Committee - set up to reduce fossil fuel use in Bend - recently discussed how to deal with the perception that such a thing exists.

Q&A with fine artist Randal Leigh

Who: Randal Fyfe Leigh is the Central Oregon artist behind the "Parietal Art and Petroglyph Homage," on display through July at Franklin Crossing in Downtown Bend . In his textured, rich and colorful suite of acrylics on 3D panels, Leigh expresses his reverence for his "ancient artistic colleagues," as he calls the creators of some of the earliest evidence of human creativity.

Two Hurt In Terrebonne Crash

Two Redmond men were hurt in a Terrebonne crash, Wednesday afternoon. The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office says it appears 48-year-old Richard Sutherland stopped at the stop sign at NW 19th and Odem Ave., but then pulled his pickup in front of a car driven by 23-year-old Dylan Taylor.

Body pulled from Lane County river identified as Bend man

The body of a Bend man reported missing on Memorial Day and pulled from the McKenzie River this weekend has been identified as Donald Girardi, 73, of Bend. Girardi went missing after taking his canoe out on the river near the Hayden Bridge Boat Ramp, according to the Lane County Sheriff's Office.

Capitol roundup: Debates, candidates, paying the rent and a short school year

The debate over debates in the governor's campaign continued this week, with the Republican nominee, Knute Buehler, R-Bend, announcing Wednesday he had accepted five invitations to debate with the Democratic incumbent, Gov. Kate Brown. The first event is the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association conclave at the Brasada Ranch resort, located between Bend and Powell Butte.

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