Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Justin Clapick pulls a snowboard out its protective bag in the Solstice Supply warehouse in Bend on Wednesday.
Album ID: 1951541
Food carts rolling in Bend
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin David Staley owns of The Lot, a space in which food carts can rent space for a communal eating area.
Album ID: 1951058
Bend nonprofit targeting the housing crunch
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Amy Warren co-founded the nonprofit Kôr Community Land Trust to help create affordable housing in Bend
Album ID: 1950203
Property of longtime Bend ski shop is for sale
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The property that?s home to Skjersaa?s Sport Shop, the Bend ski shop that opened in 1965, has been listed for sale.
Album ID: 1949835
Company makes allergen-free foods
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Becca (left) and Chell Williams are the owners of Bend-based Red Plate Foods, which produces desserts and granola without any common allergens found in food.
Album ID: 1949905
Super-efficient stove to debut at Bend eatery
Joe Kline / The Bulletin El Sancho co-owner Joel Cordes stirs a pot of water as he shows off the businessí new 100-liter wood-fired cooking stove Wednesday at the restaurant in Bend.
Album ID: 1948167
Visit Bend?s next major tourism push will target Northern Californians
The Bulletin file photo Visit Bend, the cityís tourism promotion agency, plans to increase marketing in Northern California to attract more wintertime visitors, such as these skiers and snowboarders on Mt. Bachelor in November.
Album ID: 1947710
All signs point to this Bend business
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Mary Jentzen is co-owner of Bend Signs on SE Glenwood Drive.
Album ID: 1947419
Wyden bill would cut taxes for craft drinks
Joe Kline / The Bulletin file photo Brewer Alex Sarames moves kegs while cleaning at Silver Moon Brewing in December 2014. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, has introduced legislation to cut excise taxes on small breweries that he says will help create jobs.