It’s Friday and that means it’s time for “Source on the Scene” sponsored by Indian Head Casino. Central Oregon Daily’s Meghan Glova gives us a preview of a popular outdoor quilt show taking place this weekend in Sisters.
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.
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.
With conditions being almost perfect for a wildfire to start, we’re reminded of fires like the one that swept through Northern California and devastated the town of Paradise. Several local agencies spoke with county commissioners this afternoon about how to help prevent what happened in Paradise from affecting Central Oregon. Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was at the meeting and tells us what lessons were discussed.
Central Oregon Daily’s Meghan Glova spoke with Lt. Bryan Husband, a coordinator for search and rescue, to talk about the importance of safety and being prepared for adventures in Central Oregon.
J.J. Harrison, the Sisters Rodeo Clown, brought smiles and laughter to the students of Sisters Elementary on Friday. His act was full of goofs alongside the Sisters Rodeo Queen and the One-Armed Bandit, but he also conveyed a message about inclusion and the importance of helping your friends.
The Sisters Rodeo will be in town through Sunday and ticket information can be found here.
Central Oregon Daily sat down with Bob Sanders and Brenda Webber to talk about “Pedaling For A Cure”.
Bob will be cycling approximately 2,900 miles from Bend, OR, to the national headquarters of the Cancer Society in Atlanta, GA, to raise funding and awareness for the American Cancer Society. The ride will begin on June 2nd, 2019, with an estimated arrival in Atlanta in mid-July.
To find out more information about the ride, or to donate to the cause, visit acsevents.org.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture has issued permanent restrictions across the state on the use of a herbicide that killed more than 2,000 trees in Central Oregon.
Day permit systems will go into effect during the summer of 2020 at seven trail heads at Mount Jefferson, two trail heads at Mount Washington and 10 trail heads at Three Sisters. More information about how to purchase these passes will be available in the near future.