Lynne Ouchida from the Humane Society of Central Oregon, joins us with this week’s adoptable pet, Flower, a kitten who was caught in a feral cat trap…but this girl is far from feral. In fact she spent the entire time purring and trying to cuddle everyone in sight. This girl is remarkably chill for her young age and even convinced more than a few “dog people” that maybe a cat could be for them. She also could be a great emotional support companion since nothing seems to phase her.
Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management’s Tyler Simones came to chat with Central Oregon Daily and answer some of our viewers’ questions.
An injured skier called for help from north sisters this morning, leaving first responders with a tricky rescue.
The call came in to 9-1-1 just after 10 a.m. from the two skiers who were trying to hike to the summit of North Sister and then ski down. However, just before they got to the top one of them slipped and slid down 200 feet, injuring themselves in the process.
Deschutes County Search and Rescue called in AirLink, who were able to land on the mountain roughly 800 feet down from the injured skier. Search and Rescue volunteers helped the injured skier to the helicopter, which took him to Saint Charles where he is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.
The other skier hiked the six-miles out with Search and Rescue crews to safety.
Lynne Ouchida from the Humane Society of Central Oregon, joins us with this week’s adoptable pet and he is a good one! Jelly Roll showed up to the office and made it his mission to squish his face into every single human and demand cuddles. And really no one seemed to mind cause who can say no to that face? He’s all about the snuggles and not about the heat so if you have a good relationship with your AC he might be the boy for you.
In Bend your exercise class options range from Barre to Zumba, and even Jazzercise; but now there’s a new option in town.
Sekse is Bend’s first-ever pole dancing boutique and for today’s trending Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel joins us with a preview of this weekend’s grand opening.
Cedar Vickery and Marvin Walder, both summit high school students, joined us on the afternoon edition of Central Oregon Daily to talk about their silent film “Keep It Simple,” which they submitted to the Youth International Silent Film Festival
It won 2nd place in the Pacific Northwest regionals and is now a finalist in the international judging stage, which is happening this weekend in Portland.