News Stories Tue., Jan. 9, 2018

There is basketball at the Buffalo Dome tonight – the boys teams are hosting Sisters. Freshman and JV play at 5:30 and Varsity tips off at 7. Listen to varsity action live on 91.9fm with Kenman Miller and Ted Viramonte.

BEND, Ore. (AP) — A project designed to help fish populations travel more effectively is coming to an Oregon river. The Bend Bulletin reports construction is set to begin this spring on a 28-foot fish ladder at the Opal Springs Hydroelectric Project near the mouth of the Crooked River. Officials say the primary goal of the $10.7 million project is to allow chinook salmon and steelhead in the Deschutes Basin to travel up the Crooked River more effectively, reuniting disconnected fish populations.

The Miss Warm Springs 2018 Pageant will be held on Wednesday, January 31, starting at 6 pm at the Agency Longhouse. Outgoing Miss Warm Springs, Katrina Blackwolf, her family, and the Pageant Committee welcome all community members to attend and former Miss Warm Springs are encouraged to attend in regalia and crown. Individuals interested in running for the Miss Warm Springs title must submit completed applications by January 19th. Questions regarding the application process should be directed to Starla Green, Pageant Coordinator, at Applications and letters of recommendation can be downloaded on the tribal website