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American Shared Hospital Services Announces Contract to Supply a Gamma Knife Perfexion System to Pe
AMERICAN SHARED HOSPITAL SERVICES , a leading provider of turnkey technology solutions for advanced radiosurgical and radiation therapy services, announced today that it has entered into a contract to supply a Gamma Knife® Perfexion™ system to PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend, Springfield, Oregon.
August 08 2014
State of Oregon reviews highway worker safety
BEND, Ore. (AP) -- The Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division is investigating the state Transportation Department after two separate incidents this week in which workers were killed on highway projects. A 64-year-old Nevada man died Wednesday on Interstate 84 near Boardman. ...
August 03 2014
Bend man's murder sentencing postponed
Bend, Oregon
A Bend man convicted of murder by a jury last month now will be waiting until next month to be sentenced, as a result of a delay sought by his defense lawyers.
July 14 2014
Oregon couple's wedding photo captures approaching wildfire
Bend, Oregon
A Bend wildfire interrupted an Oregon couple's wedding ceremony, but the couple still managed to tie the knot with the blessing of firefighters. (Photo courtesy: Josh Newton)
July 07 2014
Jury convicts Bend man of murder
Bend, Oregon
A Bend man sat in stoic silence Monday morning as jurors found him guilty of murder.
July 07 2014
$12.9 Million St. Charles Project Delivers Complete Care Close to Home
A long-cherished vision of consolidating key medical services in one location has been realized with the unveiling of the new $12.9 million St. Charles Cancer Center in Bend, while the community’s continuing support is being canvassed for one final push towards meeting the last $400,000 of the project’s capital campaign fundraising goal.
July 03 2014
Wayward squirrel sparks large Bend power outage
A squirrel met an untimely demise at the Pacific Power substation near Mirror Pond Wednesday morning, and the resulting power outage affected a broad swath of downtown and western Bend for hours, knocking out traffic lights and broadcast towers and causing a half-day delay in a murder trial, among other issues.
June 29 2014
Prosecutors grill girlfriend in Bend murder trial
Prosecutors wrapped up their case on Day 6 of Luke Wirkkala's murder trial Tuesday, calling the defendant's girlfriend to the witness stand to press her about her hazy recollections of the fateful night.
June 27 2014
Testimony continues in third day of Luke Wirkkala murder trial
Bend, Oregon
June 25 2014
Bend jury finds Wirkkala guilty of murder
After about seven hours of deliberations over two days, a Deschutes County jury convicted a 33-year-old Bend man of murder Monday in the fatal shooting of his house guest, rejecting his claim of self-defense after a sexual assault.
June 21 2014
Vancouver woman in critical condition after Oregon crash
A Vancouver woman remained in critical condition Tuesday at a Bend, Ore., hospital after the car she was driving Sunday collided head-on with a pickup on Highway 26.
June 11 2014
Bend woman killed in Hwy. 20W crash
A 39-year-old Bend woman was killed and two men were injured Thursday night when the woman's SUV crossed the center line of Highway 20W east of Sisters and struck a pickup nearly head-on, Oregon State Police said Friday.
June 10 2014
Motorcyclist hurt, driver cited in Hwy. 97 crash
A Bend motorcyclist went to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and a Medford driver was cited after a collision on Highway 97 north of Bend that blocked much of the road for about a half-hour Friday afternoon.
May 28 2014
Motorcyclist hits bear on Century Drive
A 32-year-old motorcycle rider was flown to a Bend hospital Saturday with non-life-threatening injuries after reportedly striking a bear that ran out in front of her on Century Drive southwest of Bend, Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies said.
May 28 2014
Update: Names released in fatal Highway 97 crash
A Portland woman riding as passenger on a motorcycle was killed and two men were injured Thursday evening when the motorcycle and a car collided on Highway 97 near Lava Butte, six miles south of Bend, Oregon State Police said Friday.
May 28 2014
142 cities, 26 counties pass pot moratoriums
BEND, Ore. (AP) - Nearly 60 percent of Oregon cities and about 70 percent of the state's counties have adopted temporary bans on medical marijuana dispensaries after a new state law created a window for officials to pass moratoriums. In Oregon 142 of 242 cities and 26 of 36 counties had reported moratoriums banning the pot shops to the Oregon Healthy Authority by Friday. ...
May 26 2014
Bend Memorial Clinic Joins Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Affiliate Network
Hubbard, oregon
Bend Memorial Clinic (BMC) has joined the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) Network to become its tenth affiliate in the greater Northwest. The affiliation will expand local access to cancer treatment options and help foster advances in cancer care.
April 10 2014
Health gap persists in Central Oregon
BEND, Ore. (AP) - New data on smoking rates, obesity, poverty and other health factors highlight the large health gap among Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a Princeton, N.J.-based health care research organization, released its fifth annual county health rankings late last month. ...
April 07 2014
Health gap persists in Central Oregon - (Eds: An AP Member Exchange )
BEND, Ore. (AP) _ New data on smoking rates, obesity, poverty and other health factors highlight the large health gap among Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties.
April 07 2014
Decades-old 'slasher' case returns to courtroom
Coquille, Ore. -- (The World) One of the most shocking crimes perpetrated in Coos County took place in North Bend 21 years ago. On Friday, the man who pled guilty to that crime as a teenager was back in a Coos County courtroom as an adult. He was hoping to improve his chances of getting out of prison on parole in the near, rather than distant, future. The case of Jason Ray Dizick continues to ...
April 01 2014
Author asks judge to reconsider ruling
Bend, Oregon
Freelancer -- Ann Rule’s attorney has filed a motion requesting that a judge reconsider last month’s decision to dismiss Rule’s defamation case against an Eagle Creek man who penned a scathing newspaper article about the revered true-crime author. Attorney Anne Bremner on March 6 filed the motion requesting King County Superior Court ...
March 21 2014
Home health cuts to hit harder in rural Oregon
BEND — Advocates for the home health care industry say the 14 percent cut in Medicare payments it will see over the next four years is unprecedented and could result in a loss of services for thousands of homebound seniors and disabled individuals in Oregon.
March 14 2014
Grand jury indicts man in fatal Oregon shooting
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - A grand jury has indicted a 35-year-old former professional mixed martial arts fighter on a murder count in the fatal January shooting of an unarmed man after a Springfield, Ore., traffic crash. Gerald Strebendt of Springfield was arrested Thursday evening in the Jan. 29 ...
March 08 2014
Highlights: N.D. hospital and abortion docs; Calif. sugary beverage bill; aging home care workers i
Bend, oregon
A Democratic candidate who has explicitly defended Obamacare holds a slight lead in a special congressional election in Florida that both parties are eyeing as a test of the political impact of the healthcare law. A poll released Thursday by the Tampa Bay Times shows Democrat Alex Sink leading her Republican opponent, David Jolly, 42% to 35% among people considered likely to vote in the March 11 ...
February 19 2014
E-cigarettes are gaining in popularity, and agencies are rushing to regulate their use
(The World Link) — NORTH BEND -- The haze shrouding e-cigarettes has thickened in recent months. So much so that the Coos County Public Health Department released a position statement on e-cigarettes last week. "Stephen (Brown, tobacco prevention program coordinator) had been getting inquiries about it," said Nikki Zogg, department ...
January 26 2014
1 of 4 burned in Ore. warming fire dies
BEND, Ore. (AP) — A central Oregon sheriff's officer says one of four people burned when gasoline was poured on a weekend warming fire has died of his injuries. KTVZ-TV reports ( ) Deschutes County sheriff's Sgt. Mark Eggert said Tuesday that 56-year-old Donald Pierce of Sisters died at a Portland hospital burn unit. Eggert did not identify the other victims, two of whom ...
January 22 2014
Bend-La Pine, Redmond HS get big career-ed grants
In a major expansion of career readiness investment, 140 Oregon middle schools and high schools (including ones in Bend-La Pine, Redmond) will share in Career and Technical Education Revitalization Grants totaling $8.87 million, state officials said Tuesday.
January 18 2014
McGuffin to Finish Out Murder Sentence
NORTH BEND, Ore. — A Coos County man accused of murder will finish out his sentence. The Oregon Court of Appeals released that decision, affirming the conviction of Nicholas James McGuffin. McGuffin was convicted in 2011 for manslaughter in the first degree for the death of Leah Freeman. Freeman was 15 years old when she … Continue reading »
December 18 2013
Oregon health exchange fails to register single person for coverage
Bend, oregon
Despite grand ambitions, an early start, millions of dollars from the federal government and a tech-savvy population, Oregon's online enrollment system still isn't ready more than a month after it was supposed to go live.
December 01 2013
Not one enrollee: Oregon health website having biggest problem
Bend, oregon
With all the problems facing the rollout of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, nowhere is the situation worse or more surprising than in Oregon, a progressive state that has enthusiastically embraced the federal law but has so far failed to enroll a single person in coverage through the state's insurance exchange.
December 01 2013
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