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As ODOT crews work on wildlife corridors, drivers south of Bend are asked to pay more attention. ODOT’s Peter Murphy says traffic changes are coming to Vandevert, near Sunriver … where the highway will eventually grow from two-to-four lanes. The project also includes an upgrade for wildlife in the area.  A similar project is also in the works for Gilchrist. Murphy asks drivers to be prepared for lane changes, watch for deer and stay safe. Here the entire Your Town conversation here.


Hummel Named Candidate for OR US Attorney

The United States Department of Justice is searching for the next U.S. Attorney for Oregon…And Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel is a candidate. This Oregon office is one of 93 in the nation. Hummel was elected as District Attorney in 2014 and reelected in 2018. Anyone can comment about the seven candidates by emailing the selection committee at selectioncommittee_@wyden.senate.gov by Friday, November 5, 2021.


Apply for Financial Aid

COCC advises students to apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Today, on Your Town, Breana Sylwester, Director of Finanical Aid at COCC, discussed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, and other finanical support opportunities. There are multiple forms of financial assistance including grants, scholarships, loans, and work study. Apply early to not miss out on grants. Financial aid is complex and can be frustrastrating to understand, but COCC Financial Aid counselors are availble onine an in person. Listen to the entire interview here.


Math Teacher is Educator of the Year

Brad Soto, a math teacher with Bend-La Pine Schools Online, is named the Outstanding Educator of the Year. Soto has served as a math teacher for nearly three decades and worked at Mountain View and Skyline high schools before moving to the online program. Bend-La Pine Schools Superintendent Steven Cook presented the award during a surprise ceremony yesterday. Soto was one of six teacher finalists considered by a committee of six community members. Mid Oregon Credit Union sponsored the $500 award. Details.


Three Redmond School Bus Routs Paused

The Redmond School District is pausing three bus routes and will pay some parents who end up driving their children to school. Beginning Tuesday, October 19th, three school bus routes, serving about 160 students, will be paused due to a persistent shortage of drivers. The District will provide $10-per-day-per-family to eligible families. The school district closed the three in-town routes to ensure the continuation of rural ones. In the meantime, the Redmond School District is actively recruiting new drivers, offering incentives, and asking the Oregon Department of Education for assistance. Paused Routes: 12, 18 and 24;   Elementary Schools: Hugh Hartman, John Tuck, MA Lynch and Tom McCall; Middle Schools: Elton Gregory and Obsidian; High Schools: Redmond and Ridgeview .Bus Updates


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