News Stories Fri., Mar. 16, 2018

The Museum at Warm Springs has been selected to receive an Oregon Heritage Excellence Award, which recognizes individuals, businesses and organizations for outstanding efforts on behalf of Oregon Heritage. The Museum was nominated by Dana Whitelaw for its 25 years of work preserving and promoting the cultural heritage of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and serving as a model for institutions preserving and honoring indigenous cultures. The Museum’s Director will be presented the award at a banquet in April at Sunriver Resort.

Students who will enter Madras High School as freshman next school year are invited to a dinner and orientation on April 4th. Students will meet administration staff and learn about the curriculum, activities, sports and academic expectations.  They will also have the opportunity to meet some coaches and advisers, and take a tour of the school. So remember that date – April 4th – for incoming 9th graders at Madras High School. Transportation from Warm Springs will be available.

This time last year, 10-seed Oregon women’s basketball was preparing to play seventh-seeded Temple in Durham, North Carolina. Fast forward to now, and the circumstances have flipped. Tonight, the No. 2 seed Ducks will host the 15-seed Seattle Redhawks on their home court at Matthew Knight Arena. They face off at 4:30 in round one of the 2018 Women’s Division I NCAA Tournament.