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.
In this week’s Origin Story, Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker introduces us to a wedding planner who specializes in originality. For many couples, their wedding day is special, but making it specific to them can sometimes be challenging. Bree Denman’s creativity and passion creates the perfect backdrop for any ceremony.
A special thanks to BendBroadband Business giving us the time and resources to tell the stories of Central Oregonians who have turned their passion into a profession, with a new edition of Origin Story every Monday on Central Oregon Daily news at 5 p.m.
The 49th annual Fathers Day Demolition Derby will be racing and roaring at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center from 11 AM – 5 PM this Sunday. For more information visit the events Facebook page.
Tristan Henry of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers joins us to promote the upcoming Beers, Bands & Public Lands event at which is taking place on Saturday at Drake Park. The event is free and open for the public to enjoy.
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.
It’s that time of the week again — SkiMum came into the studio to tell us about the importance of getting outside during our beautiful Oregon summers. She spent some time with Adam Sather of Rad Camps to learn about the positive benefits, both mentally and physically, of spending some time outdoors.
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.
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.