Hatchery-born steelhead were transported to Whychus Creek this week and released into stretches downstream of Sisters.
The Deschutes River Conservancy at its upcoming fundraiser will auction off fly-fishing trips for a 40-mile section of the Deschutes River on Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs property that is normally off-limits.
The city of Bend seems poised to add an additional $10.5 million to a $1.66 million contract it has with an engineering firm it hired to design for the reconstruction and reconfiguration of the Bridge Creek water delivery system.
SALEM — Lawmakers and environmental advocates reached an agreement they hope will protect the Deschutes River Basin and provide cities and businesses with the certainty they need to grow.
SALEM — A page handed Rep. Gene Whisnant a handwritten note during a House floor session this week.
Though the Metolius is located near Black Butte, geologists believe the Cascades to be the source of the river, which springs from dry ground and flows into Lake Billy Chinook.
SISTERS — The long-running debate over a proposal to hike water rates in Sisters took a new course when the chief of the Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District backed the plan for safety reasons.
Jefferson County’s most contentious election this May is for three open seats on the Deschutes Valley Water District.
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden recently announced his intention to introduce legislation that would change the manner in which water in Prineville Reservoir is allocated.