This week Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker takes us to Spoken Moto where Beatles cover band Juju Eyeball is about to kick off a two hour, all ages, concert.
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Just a year ago the La Pine High School baseball team won the state title in Salem, and today they took to the field for the 3A High School Baseball Playoffs to defend that title. Since last year the team lost seven senior players but Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom was in La Pine just before the game to see how the very young team was feeling.
A proposed law, named after Kaylee Sawyer, a Bend-woman murdered in 2016, was signed into law today by Governor Kate Brown.
Sawyer was abducted and murdered by a Central Oregon Community College security guard, and the proposed law aims to restrict the power of campus security guards, distinguish them from local law enforcement, and require mental health and background checks.
The law was proposed and backed by Sawyer’s family and law enforcement officials from Central Oregon and a ceremonial signing with Sawyer’s family is scheduled for the summer.
There’s plenty to do in Hood River but in this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to a museum with an extensive collection of antique airplanes and automobiles, documenting how transportation has changed over the years.
Thanks to the folks at the Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum for showing us around. Join us every Thursday for another new edition of Destination Oregon, where Dave Jones takes you to some of the most interesting and beautiful places across our state.
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.
Sheriffs from across the state of Oregon, including our own Sheriff L. Shane Nelson from Deschutes County, participated in a campaign to promote a new school safety tip line for Oregon students.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan sat down with local law enforcement today to learn more about Safe Oregon.