Formula for success in Central Oregon: know the users, spot the opportunities, act with vigor.
Preserving tradition while expanding offerings for a bigger, broader audience.
The metamorphosis of a Bend, Oregon, motel—from its classic origins, to crack house, to upscale rustic elegance.
A charter school in Oregon encourages students to shape their own learning.
In America, saying thank you is routine. In China, it can be puzzling.
The Bend, Oregon, Elks open their baseball season.
Teachers and students in a bankrupt California city, determined to make progress
The first Arizonan congresswoman, a lifelong friend of Eleanor Roosevelt, lived a remarkable life.
Eliza Tibbets was a suffragist, abolitionist, and spiritualist—and the mother of California's orange industry.
The words we use about ourselves reveal surprising truths.
Aging manuscripts share the building with makerspaces.
What it takes to get from the desert to college
How a city with century-old "good bones" tries to reinvent itself.
What does a town do when most of its people lose their jobs nearly overnight? For the people of this small town, the surprising answer places heavy emphasis on the arts.
An elementary school of and for the urban community
How Fresno prepares the kids in the middle
A California school prepares its students for success.
The fourth day of a cross-country flight
The third day of a cross-country flight
The second day of a cross-country flight