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Furniture Flip Launch & Theme Reveal

And they’re off!

Last night, the designers for the third-annual Furniture Flip event gathered at the Bend ReStore to find out more about what exactly they’ll be designing for the Earth Day event. 543 more words

Challenge

Dutch reality program showcases Oregon

“Wie is de Mol” features several popular Central Oregon locations

If you happened to notice a film crew recording 10 paranoid Dutch citizens running around Shevlin Park last summer, an explanation of what they were up to is now available online. 60 more words

Bend Bulletin

Brace for record crowds on public land for August eclipse

Hundreds of thousands of people bring wildfire, congestion concerns

For many of Central Oregon’s residents, the total solar eclipse in August is a chance to experience a once-in-a-lifetime event in their own backyards. 54 more words

Bend Bulletin

Governor Brown Tours Facebook, OYCP

Governor Kate Brown was in Central Oregon, Thursday. In Prineville, she toured the Facebook data center and Iron Horse Lodge affordable housing apartment complex. And, she met in Crook County with community leaders from across the region, to discuss economic growth. 49 more words

Office Of The Governor

Redmond Caves

Central Oregon is a land formed by lava. Those ancient flows have left behind a vast array of natural wonders. The best part is many of them are surprisingly easy to reach. 567 more words

Narrative

Affordable housing need is greatest in Redmond, Prineville

Housing Works analysis studies disparity between need and inventory

The gulf between the amount of affordable housing in Redmond and Prineville and the number of people who could potentially use it is greater than any other city in Central Oregon. 55 more words

Bend Bulletin

Heavy snow didn’t affect jobs in Central Oregon

Deschutes unemployment rate remains very low at 4.6 percent

Heavy snow might have slowed business in Central Oregon, but it had little effect on employment in January, the latest data from the Oregon Employment Department shows. 60 more words

Bend Bulletin