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City stands against governor’s OSP cuts

The Pendleton City Council is not impressed with Gov. Kate Brown’s proposals to drastically cut the budget for the Oregon State Police. Brown’s budget proposes slashing funding to the narcotics division as well as closing down the crime lab in Pendleton. 11 more words

Office Of The Governor

Sixth Blog Birthday

January 1st marked the 6th blog birthday for The Traveling Pear.  A day that came and went like most days as of late.  Our days are filled with just living life with our little pear, and occasional roadtrips. 469 more words

What's New With The Pear?

Prineville power needs spur meeting with Rep. Greg Walden

Not enough power in Crook County to lure big businesses

A misunderstanding about how much electricity Prineville had access to has stymied the region’s economic development efforts. 45 more words

Bend Bulletin

Crystal Crane Hot Springs

We moved to Oregon 3 years ago and all our family lives elsewhere. So when the opportunity arose to spend Thanksgiving weekend out in the desert with a new couple we connected with through social media we jumped at the change of scenery, no pun intended. 704 more words

Oregon

Rural Welcome

I think the extent to which I have any balance at all, any mental balance, is because of being a farm kid and being raised in those isolated rural areas. 6 more words

Oregon

finding the snow.2

east on i84

small hike to powder

hitch hiking and making new friends

the stag

the one lift

the lodge

marky mark

julian and brian budlight… 6 more words

Photo Essay

41 elk died Wednesday morning after falling through ice in East Oregon😭

A  herd of 41 elk died Wednesday morning after falling through ice in east Oregon, according to wildlife officials.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said in a Wednesday Facebook post that the elk perished after falling through the ice on the Powder River. 113 more words

Animals