For this week’s Origin Story, we’re hitting the slopes! Well, kind of! The co-founders of SnoPlanks in Bend say it was a powder day in Bend that started it all.
A special thanks to BendBroadband Business for sponsoring Origin Stories where we introduce you to people turning their passion into a profession every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.
In today’s What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explains a dangerous new challenge that is popping up on Tik Tok.
We catch it. We cook it. You eat it. That’s the motto of a restaurant on the Oregon Coast that prides its self on serving in the freshest seafood around. In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones is in Brookings to see how Catalyst Seafood takes their commitment to freshness to a whole new level.
Join us on Thursdays for new editions of Destination Oregon where Dave Jones takes you to some of the most interesting and beautiful places across our state.
With so many different user names and passwords to keep track of, it can be hard to remember them all. For many of us we’ve had our Facebook account for years. Jamey Tucker explains what it takes to recover your account if you lose track of those details.
If you are experiencing cabin fever during these darkest days of winter and need to get out, you might consider attending a Deschutes Land Trust “Nature Night” presentation.
On this week’s edition of The Great Outdoors, we preview the first Nature Night titled “The Long Memory of the Land.” It’s a Native American perspective on caring for the environment.
A special thanks to our Great Outdoors sponsor, Parr Lumber, for giving us the time and resources to explore the lakes, rivers and mountains across our beautiful state every Wednesday night on Central Oregon Daily.
Bit coins are a form of virtual currency and they are collected by a type of online mining. It’s not picks and shovel mining of course, and in today’s What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explains how criminals could be using your computer to mine for them.
How we get internet access is sort of a mystery. Sometimes it’s lightning fast and other times you can’t even load a Google search. If you’re WiFi has seemed bogged down, there could be a reason behind it. Jamey Tucker explains in today’s What the Tech? segment.
Helping push the Panthers to an early lead the visitors would not relinquish, Dylan Moss finished with a game-high 18 points to propel the Redmond High boys’ basketball team to a 56-45 victory over Ridgeview in the Intermountain Conference opener for both schools Friday night.
For his efforts, the senior post earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.