Aaron Switzer is the founder and publisher of the Source. He remains fascinated with the art of communication even after being marinated in it for the past 30 years. He has many favorites but they pale in comparison to mountain biking on the middle fork of the Willamette with any family member who will go. Believes ultimate frisbee is the worst sport and best game ever invented. Thinks everyone should ride a motorcycle.
The Max sisters talk about expanding their talents beyond athletics, dealing with running injuries and their freshman year at Princeton
By Laurel Brauns | Jan 9, 2021
by Aaron Switzer | Aug 26, 2020
A veteran of Bend’s political scene shares his words of wisdom on Bend’s leftward lurch, the City’s rapid growth and his work to help people without homes.
By Laurel Brauns | Mar 19, 2021
Born and raised in New York City, Evelyn has lived and worked in predominantly white communities in the Pacific Northwest for most of his life. He’s not afraid to challenge small town paradigms.
By Laurel Brauns | Mar 12, 2021
The founder of the Natural Mind Dharma Center in Bend discusses how spiritual practices increase coping mechanisms and brain health
By Laurel Brauns | Mar 5, 2021
The DRC was created to bring a wide range of voices to the table to address the impacts irrigation on the Deschutes River
By Laurel Brauns | Feb 20, 2021
A conversation with Cliff Bentz, Oregon’s newest representative in the U.S. House
By Aaron Switzer | Feb 16, 2021
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