Prineville's Latest Opinions

August 23, 2016

Could three efforts combine to form one great solution?

by Central Oregonian
Sometimes at the Central Oregonian, we will witness developments that occur independently of each other and wonder if perhaps those involved should combine their efforts for a better outcome.…
August 16, 2016

City's due diligence should include public outreach effort

by Central Oregonian
Last week, the City of Prineville proudly announced its entrance into a purchase agreement for approximately 460 acres of IronHorse development property from Brooks Resources. This action does…
August 09, 2016

Congress needs to act on Postal Service bills

by Central Oregonian
I got the mail today. A couple of bills. A greeting card. Some catalogs. A newspaper. One package that my wife grabbed right away. (Wonder what that was?) Lately, it occurs to me how completely…

August 04, 2016

My View: Both Trump, Rio Olympics earn gold in hyperbolic hurdles

by Jules Boykoff
If Twitter-sphere trash-talking were an Olympic sport, Donald Trump would be a legitimate contender for gold. When the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics commence on Friday, Trump will be consumed with…
August 02, 2016

Prineville's move to high-tech gets showcased in U.S. News

by Tony Ahern
Not all press is good press, as some public relations professionals profess. Certainly, some press is better than others. Last week, the Prineville community enjoyed some excellent press: a nice…
July 26, 2016

Singular effort needed to solve temporary housing issue

by Central Oregonian
The good news is Prineville is seeing a recent surge in data center construction that is bringing hundreds of construction jobs and workers to the community. With that comes employment…
July 19, 2016

Despite media reports, times are not more violent than ever

by Central Oregonian
Black lives matter, blue lives matter, all lives matter. At times it seems like we’re on the precipice of a new reality where only violence matters. But in reality, the United States is…
July 12, 2016

It's not too late to discuss the Natural Resource Plan

by Central Oregonian
The Crook County Natural Resources Plan may have been adopted by the Crook County Court last week, but that doesn’t mean public input on the plan should not be sought going forward. On the…
July 05, 2016

Free swimming: A no-strings gift that is hard to believe is true

by Central Oregonian
Oftentimes the Central Oregonian will cover situations where a citizen has either become the victim of a new scam or detected potential fraud and brought it to our attention and reported it to…
June 28, 2016

With a pool bond, timing is everything

by Central Oregonian
It’s cliché to say, but nevertheless true in many instances, that timing is everything. What works at one point in time, may not work in another one, and this saying comes to mind as the…

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Jun 28, 2016

Editorial cartoon

by Joe Heller
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