▶️ Indie Film Brings Warm Springs Issues to Light

Every year, Bend Film holds a 72-hour scramble in which filmmakers have three days to create a short film based on a common theme.

This year, a film created by a team from Warm Springs puts a spotlight on the struggles of tribal lands – including their limited access to drinking water.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan sat down with an actor in the film to talk about its message.

Madras’ Lynden Harry Heads to College

It was no surprise when Madras High School basketball star Lynden Harry was named to the All-State first team after her spectacular senior season for the White Buffaloes.

The only question was where she would take her talents on the collegiate level.

Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom updates us on Lynden’s journey from her native Warm Springs to her new college home, College of the Siskiyous, in California.

Warm Springs Teen Leading Madras Girls Basketball to Playoffs

Lynden Harry started shooting baskets as a little girl at the Warm Springs Indian Reservation and now she is leading the Madras High School White Buffaloes to the playoffs this season.

Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom spent some time in Madras and Warm Springs to find out more about the little point guard with big dreams for her future on and off the court.