Central Oregonian News

Sports

Cowgirls young, but talented

August 18, 2017 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
CCHS volleyball team is reloading after replacing much of last year's state runner-up team

Ready to race

August 18, 2017 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Crook County High School cross country team will be loaded with talent this year

Friends to Follow

Social media posts from your local merchants

Opinion

Be prepared, be patient and have fun during the solar eclipse

August 15, 2017 Central Oregonian - Opinion Central Oregonian
The solar eclipse will bring a lot of people to the community, and residents should embrace it

Public feedback vital element of a quality paper

August 01, 2017 Central Oregonian - Opinion Tony Ahern
Community members are encouraged to let us know what they consider important and newsworthy

Features

Discovering insects

August 18, 2017 Central Oregonian - Features Holly Scholz
Local kids get an up-close look at the insects of the Crooked River during Discover Nature Days at the wetlands

Crossroads hosts Solar Breakfast

August 18, 2017 Central Oregonian - Features Holly Scholz
The community is welcome to the Monday morning parking lot buffet and eclipse viewing event
  • 'A Touch of Country'

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Crook County Fair featured concerts, livestock, exhibits and plenty of entertainment
  • Vintage vendors are coming to town

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Prineville Vintage Market will take over a city block on Saturday, featuring more than 40 artisans and antique dealers
  • 'An Emotional Girl'

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Country musician Terri Clark headlines the Crook County Fair Saturday night
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Hudspeth mill adds new barker and chipper equipment to the operation 50 years ago
  • Welcome posters available for the upcoming eclipse

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Mid Oregon Credit Union is collecting needed school supplies for local students
  • A problem too critical to ignore

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Noxious weeds can be toxic to livestock and can crowd out rangeland vegetation
  • New wheels for Stryder's sister

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The family is moving to Bend, and a car donation will enable the teenager to finish her last year of school at CCHS
  • Get on board

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Ochoco Valley Model Railroad display will be open for visitors during the Crook County Fair this week
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    McDonald's restaurant applied to build at a Third Street site occupied by Arnold's drive-in 25 years ago
  • Crestview Cable sold to Telephone and Data Systems Inc.

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Owner, California Oregon Broadcasting Inc. sells to same company that purchased BendBroadband in 2014
  • Jen Clark, broker, joins Windermere Swifterra team

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Welcome posters available for the upcoming Solar Eclipse 2017 through Human Dignity Advocates
  • Keeping girls engaged in math and science

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Two eighth-grade Prineville girls among 36 in Central Oregon to attend Tech Trek Camp
  • A free gift with no strings attached

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Prineville Presbyterian Church members start Kits for Kids ministry, providing basic toiletry items to local children
  • Honoring the Houston family

    Central Oregonian - Features
    2017 Pioneer Queen Jean Edwards represents and honors the Houston family, which homesteaded in the Bear Creek/Maury area in 1886
  • Terri Clark ticket winners announced

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Center Foundation is offering no-cost sports physicals at Bend location
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Christensen brothers again furnish the stock for the Crooked River Roundup 50 years ago
  • QuickPro NW is a one-stop-restoration-shop

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The general contractor focuses on customer service and quality home remodeling and restoration services
  • 'Betting on a Cure'

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The annual Crook County Relay for Life raises thousands for the American Cancer Society
  • Crook County 4-H goes global

    Central Oregonian - Features
    A local 4-H youth traveled to eastern Canada earlier this month for an international 4-H conference
  • A heart for kids

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Art Lee is the man behind the scenes of the Crooked River Roundup Stick Horse Race
  • Prineville Soroptimist Senior Center closed during the total solar eclipse

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Seniors will be able to preorder meals from the senior center and get extra home delivered meals
  • Airplanes & Classic Cars

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Prineville Airport Open House Fly-In and Car Show included meals and aircraft information
  • Back in Time

    Central Oregonian - Features
    A 12-year-old boy killed a rabid coyote in Powell Butte 100 years ago using a club
  • Prineville Airport targeted for drone industry expansion

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Warm Springs FAA UAS announces plans to expand its operations to local facility to support rapidly growing industry

Sustainable Life

Adding native plants to our yards and gardens is more important than ever

August 16, 2017 Cynthia Orlando
Arborist offers a wealth of ideas for adding plants, trees and wildflower meadows to your yard or property

Mt. Hood National Forest recovers from 36 Pit Fire

August 16, 2017 Emily Lindstrand
Three years later, officials say much of the affected forestland is on the road to recovery.

Contract Publishing

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