Last weekend, Bend residents Mike Tripp and his wife went on a hike along Tumalo Creek downstream of Shevlin Park. What they found startled them.
The cost of removing four dams on the Klamath River in California and Oregon will be far less than first believed, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Monday as he worked to rally support for several massive federal water projects.
The city of Bend’s latest money-saving venture could maroon Bend with a $4 million pile of steel to sell. The city hopes it can save $400,000 on the price of steel pipe for its Bridge Creek water project by paying $4 million now.
Creating an official trail system along Whychus Creek near Sisters may create new problems for the area, argues a Bend nonprofit group appealing a U.S. Forest Service plan.
The federal government may grant an exemption on the Deschutes River that would temporarily loosen some restraints brought on by steelhead’s threatened species designation and provide legal protection to those who harmed the fish while acting within the law.
2 area groups throw support behind bill that would aid McKay Creek 2 area groups throw support behind bill that would aid McKay Creek.
A field of 251, competing as relays and teams, took part Saturday in the inaugural Bend Oyster Off Road Adventure Race.
There was a House split evenly between the parties and a close margin in the Senate. There was Gov. John Kitzhaber, who is serving his third term, a first for an Oregon governor.
Rafts, kayaks, inflatables, canoes, paddleboards and even dogs can participate in Deschutes River Conservancy’s Race for the River on Aug. 13 at Riverbend Park in Bend.