Category Archives: Sports

The PyeongChang Winter Olympics kick off

The PyeongChang Winter Olympics kick off

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics have begun. These Olympics will have the most live coverage of any Winter Olympics ever. Here in Bend, we are cheering on three local residents competing for Team USA and one who will represent Australia. Good luck to Tommy Ford and Laurenne Ross in alpine skiing, Ben Ferguson in snowboarding… Continue Reading

Comprehensive live Winter Olympic coverage

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics are almost here. Live coverage of the XXIII Winter Olympics will be the most of any Winter Olympics ever. With the benefit of a 17-hour difference, live competition will be held in primetime on every night of the PyeongChang Olympics. All 15 sports including figure skating, alpine skiing, and snowboarding… Continue Reading

Finger-food recipes for Super Bowl LII

Finger-food recipes for Super Bowl LII

Host a spectacular Super Bowl party with game-day recipes for crowd-pleasing finger foods and easy appetizers like chicken wings, dips, cheese balls and more. Check out these fun recipes from The Food Network. Charleston Cheese Dip by Trisha Yearwood Ingredients 1/2 cup of mayonnaise 1 cup of grated sharp Cheddar cheese 1/2 cup of Monterey… Continue Reading

TV Everywhere: Go. Watch. Anywhere.

TV Everywhere: Go. Watch. Anywhere.

Customers can now see their favorite networks, catch up on missed shows or watch sporting events from their computers and mobile devices with their BendBroadband TV subscription. With TV Everywhere, your favorite channels and live entertainment can go with you anytime and anywhere using your Internet-connected mobile device. Every BendBroadband TV subscription includes TV Everywhere… Continue Reading

Catch Mariners baseball on Root Sports!

No Major League Baseball team made more offseason moves than the Seattle Mariners this past winter. The Mariners, who went 86-76 last season and finished three games back of the American League’s second and final postseason wild card spot, got younger, faster and more athletic. Will new players like shortstop Jean Segura and outfielders Jarrod Dyson… Continue Reading

Seattle Mariners kick off season April 1

No Major League Baseball team made more offseason moves than the Seattle Mariners this past winter. The Mariners, who went 86-76 last season and finished three games back of the American League’s second and final postseason wild card spot, got younger, faster and more athletic. Will new players like shortstop Jean Segura and  outfielders Jarrod… Continue Reading