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Friday's top five: A look at the five biggest football games from Oct. 12-13

October 16, 2017 Lake Oswego Review - Sports Miles Vance
Big winners from the seventh week included Lake Oswego, Central Catholic, Banks, Sandy and Sherwood

Play of the Day: The best from Week Seven in high school football

October 15, 2017 Lake Oswego Review - Sports Miles Vance
Take a look back at the plays that made the difference between victory and defeat in Week Seven

Friends to Follow

Social media posts from your local merchants

Opinion

Another American tragedy

October 10, 2017 Central Oregonian - Opinion Tony Ahern
If we can't curtail mass shootings with gun control, can't we at least agree that it's an American problem that needs addressed?

Let's manage our forests better

October 03, 2017 Central Oregonian - Opinion Seth Crawford
Smoke from wildfires this summer caused health problems for many locals and firefighting efforts cost taxpayers

Features

Driving away hunger

October 13, 2017 Central Oregonian - Features Holly Scholz
Crook County FFA members join statewide Drive Away Hunger food drive this month

Honoring women with an historic rifle

October 13, 2017 Central Oregonian - Features Holly Scholz
Local gunmakers guild presents a flintlock rifle to city council, honoring pioneer women of Crook County
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    CCHS vs Redmond football game postponed so students could work in the potato fields 75 years ago
  • Potato harvest

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Crook County FFA members and alumni sell their locally grown potatoes to the community
  • Shell station changes hands

    Central Oregonian - Features
    New gas station and convenience store managers invite customers to fill up, even after hours
  • Baldwin Storage open for business

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Candy Crawl participants sought for upcoming annual community Halloween event
  • Rocking out in Prineville

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Prineville 'rocks' group promotes the Rocktober Anti-Bullying Campaign this month
  • Taking their message to the streets

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Members of the Prineville Jehovah's Witnesses congregations offer hope to passersby
  • Blending healthy eating and physical activity

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Crooked River students celebrate Mustang Wellness Week and kick off Fuel Up to Play 60 by making Popeye Smoothies
  • A drive to help others

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Fifth-grader organizes a clothing drive to benefit those less fortunate in the community
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    City Traffic Committee reviews alternatives to improve the city's transportation structure 25 years ago
  • From millwork to massage

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Keep in Touch Massage Therapy owner shares her success story after losing her job
  • Prineville Volunteer Fire Company to host Perk this week

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Oregon Symbiosis 2017 topic of this week's 'What's Brewing?' at Meadow Lakes
  • A battle for dominance

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Rick Steber releases 'Little White Man,' a true story of the battle between a missionary and an Indian chief
  • Scribblers writing club seeks young authors

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The group invites middle and high school students to submit short stories for their next anthology
  • Pets on parade

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Animals big and small came out to the For the Children Pet Parade and Fair Saturday
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    1967: President Johnson recognizes local attorney for Selective Service System work
  • 'What's Brewing?' starts back up

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Health Insurance 101 town hall meeting to be held at library Monday afternoon, Oct. 2
  • Back in business

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Shelly Marsh reopens Dad's Place six months after closing the restaurant when her husband passed away
  • Going the extra mile

    Central Oregonian - Features
    'Good Samaritans' pitched in to help find a lost purse and cell phone along a busy highway
  • A heart for the hungry

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Elks plan a Sept. 30 fundraiser to benefit Ladies on Wheels, a group that provides free lunches to those less fortunate
  • Calling all Crook County pets

    Central Oregonian - Features
    For the Children is hosting its annual pet parade this weekend, where animals, live and stuffed, are welcome
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Booster Club offers to take on Ward Rhoden Football Stadium repairs 25 years ago
  • Teeing off for the Humane Society

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Fourth Annual Golf Event raised nearly $32,000 for Humane Society of the Ochocos
  • 'What's Brewing?' forum will resume next Wednesday

    Central Oregonian - Features
    KIDS Center offering child sexual abuse prevention training on Wednesday evening, Sept. 27
  • Welcoming autumn Powell Butte style

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Vendors offer a variety of products during the Fall Fest to benefit the Powell Butte Community Center

Sustainable Life

Green dilemma

October 03, 2017 Jo Ostgarden
Wood vs. vinyl fences: what are the environmental and other tradeoffs with either choice?

GREEN TIP: Bright ideas for saving energy with lighting

October 03, 2017 Center for Earth Leadership
LED light bulbs are the best way to save energy, shave carbon emissions and save money

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