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Fit Week & Winter Health 2020

This Fit /Winter Health Week, we mined the local area for some out-of-the box sports and activities that might not already be on your radar.



Yes Bend, we know you're pretty fit. So this Fit Week, we mined the local area for some out-of-the box sports and activities that might not already be on your radar. Check out those stories from our Feature section, as well as stories from elsewhere in the issue!

  • Design By Darris Hurst

Medicare For Us

Medicare for all in Oregon? Here’s what that effort looks like now.
By Laurel Brauns

Making Waves

Water polo is increasing in popularity nationwide. The trend continues in Central Oregon, with exponential growth in club participation.
By Nicole Vulcan

Treasure Hunting, the Sport

Whatever winter brings, geocaching offers a way to explore new places.
By Laurel Brauns

Skinny Skis and Spandex

For ski mountaineers, going up makes going down all the more fun.
By Graham Zimmerman

So You Wanna be a Gamer?

Dayne Downey of Portland’s Blazer5 Gaming is a different kind of professional athlete.
By Isaac Biehl

Trail Tunes

A locally curated playlist, for trail running or anything else!
By Isaac Biehl

Finding The Will To Live

An Oregon advocate for men’s mental health will soon release a new book.
By Cayla Clark

Winter's Healing Foods ( and Supplements)

Foods & supplements to help you get through winter.
By Nicole Vulcan

The Journey Back Om
Statistics show that programs such as Deschutes County’s inmate yoga program can reduce the risk of reoffending.
By Cayla Clark

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