A string of fires happened across the region over the weekend, all resulting from carelessness, the most recent was in a madras neighborhood. That legal fireworks and good gust of wind started fire, which quickly torches acres.
Central Oregon Daily’s Dalton Roth has more on how to be safe with fireworks ahead of this Fourth of July.
Every year on the summer solstice, the Alzheimer’s association holds a nationwide fundraiser known as “the longest day” to raise funds and awareness for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia. Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan sat down with a local woman with a personal connection to the disease and a caregiver whose job working with Alzheimer’s and dementia patients turned into a second family.
Today is a sad day for all of us here at Central Oregon Daily as we must say goodbye to our boss, mentor, and friend Curtis Vogel. Thank you for always giving 110 percent; Central Oregon Daily would not be what it is today without you. Good Luck in your future ventures Curtis, you will be missed dearly.
Warm Springs residents remain on a boil-water notice after two more ruptures in the water line happened at the reservation. Central Oregon Daily’s Dalton Roth visited Warm Springs today and spoke with Danny Martinez, the emergency manager in charge of the operation.
It’s time for this week’s Strictly Organic art and culture chat, Chris Gestvang and Kirk Foster are here with a preview of this weekend’s big Pickleball event the Central Oregon Classic.
The first official day of summer is Friday, and hotter temperatures are sure to follow as we head into July and August. For trending today we head out to the Tumalo garden market, where Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom is standing by with some tips on keeping your plants and garden healthy during the summer heat.
Tracy Keene joined us in the studio to talk about the upcoming 5K for pride week.
It’s that time of the year again – the Crooked River Roundup is just around the corner! Jason Snider and Janna Davis joined us on the set to tell us what to expect during this years event.
It’s that time of the week again — SkiMum came into the studio to talk about Big Stock which is coming up on August 10th.
A Bend man is missing and presumed dead after his canoe flipped on the Wickiup Reservoir in the early hours of Thursday morning. Today the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office has just released an update on the situation. The missing man has been identified as 29-year-old Michael Mead, he is 5’6,” around 170 pounds, with brown hair, blue eyes, and tattoos.
Mead’s family has been notified but he remains missing.
Central Oregon Daily’s Dalton Roth spoke to the Deschutes County Sheriff’s about how tragedies like this can be avoided.