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Sports

Cowboys and Cowgirls both fall in Intermountain tourney

Cowboys and Cowgirls both fall in Intermountain tourney

April 13, 2021 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Crook County boys drop match to the Pendleton Buckaroos; girls to Hood River Valley
Cowboys end a bit flat

Cowboys end a bit flat

April 13, 2021 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Henley comes out smoking then cruises to big win over Crook County High School

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Opinion

OPINION: An unlikely prescription for an unhealthy democracy

OPINION: An unlikely prescription for an unhealthy democracy

April 15, 2021 Central Oregonian - Opinion Adam Davis/Oregon Values and Beliefs Center
Elections have become polarizing events, but survey research finds that Oregonians of all stripes are proud of the state's efforts to engage voters.
Opinion: Oregon can again lead nation on Equity Act

Opinion: Oregon can again lead nation on Equity Act

April 07, 2021 Central Oregonian - Opinion John Hummel
John Hummel of Bend is the Deschutes County district attorney. He wants Oregon's Congressional delegation to lead on a national LGBTQ issue.

Features

Bracing for a tough water year

Bracing for a tough water year

April 13, 2021 Central Oregonian - Features Jason Chaney
Like the previous year, Ochoco Irrigation District is facing drought conditions, but less water is stored in the reservoirs to start 2021
Creating fun here and there

Creating fun here and there

April 13, 2021 Central Oregonian - Features Ramona McCallister
Owners Jeff and Jodi Kerr love getting people together to visualize and create their own art creations
  • Providing social and emotional learning

    Providing social and emotional learning

    Central Oregonian - Features
    MountainStar recently celebrated 20 years of providing abuse and neglect prevention services to young children
  • Corral Tap Room and Food Carts to open soon

    Corral Tap Room and Food Carts to open soon

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The recently completed tap house will feature two food carts and a tasteful venue for clients to enjoy a fun and warm environement.
  • Serving the people in Paulina Country

    Serving the people in Paulina Country

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Rory Rodgers reflects on the past two years serving the hard working people of Paulina
  • Manufacturing has remained strong during the past year

    Manufacturing has remained strong during the past year

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Prineville/Crook County Economic Development of Central Oregon Director Kelsey Lucas also reported that there is a lot of interest in spec…
  • Grab your Easter baskets!

    Grab your Easter baskets!

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Kiwanis Club of Prineville will host its annual Easter egg hunt this weekend after having to cancel the event last spring
  • Reflecting on 35 years

    Reflecting on 35 years

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Cooper Electric owner Jared Cooper looks back on the last 35 years, as his family's business has served the community through good and hard…
  • Rotary on the Radio returns

    Rotary on the Radio returns

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The event, which was canceled in 2020 by pandemic, will be held virtually on April 1
  • Battling limitations with a can-do attitude

    Battling limitations with a can-do attitude

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Crook County FFA, 4-H clubs have moved forward despite pandemic restrictions that prevent meeting in person
  • Restaurants poised for lower risk category

    Restaurants poised for lower risk category

    Central Oregonian - Features
    After months of being in the extreme risk category, local restaurants are ready and eager to expand their indoor and outdoor dining…
  • Inside the minds of student mayors

    Inside the minds of student mayors

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Prineville Mayor Jason Beebe is helping Crook County Foundation members resurrect the 'If I Were a Mayor' contest in Prineville
  • Engaging students through storytelling

    Engaging students through storytelling

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Scott Buchanan brings the world into the classroom through his own world travels
  • Enriching lives of youth

    Enriching lives of youth

    Central Oregonian - Features
    As area director for Young Life in Prineville, Bella Bonanno feels blessed to work with her parents as a team to continue the legacy they…
  • Growing business through challenges

    Growing business through challenges

    Central Oregonian - Features
    In spite of the challenges thrown at them from the pandemic, Greg Lambert has grown his employment business and looks forward to a good…
  • Going green... and going live

    Going green... and going live

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Thanks to improving COVID numbers and a staggered start, the Paddy Pint will run in person
  • When indoor dining is not an option...

    When indoor dining is not an option...

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Crook County has seen an increase in outdoor dining venues as weather becomes more moderate and COVID restrictions relax
  • Putting lending libraries on the map

    Putting lending libraries on the map

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Rotary members, school staff and students are teaming up to increase the visibility of the small give-a-book/take-a-book libraries in…
  • Keeping the rails busy with diversification

    Keeping the rails busy with diversification

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The City of Prineville Railway has remained solvent even with car haulage down, and the increase in railcar leases has resulted in an…
  • Supporting veterans and families

    Supporting veterans and families

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Susan Fenske, an Army veteran who experienced post trauma, founded the American Heroes Foundation to support others who are working through…
  • Pandemic drives increase in direct to consumer sales

    Pandemic drives increase in direct to consumer sales

    Central Oregonian - Features
    This method increases profits for agriculture producers, encouraging consumers to build relationships with local farmers and ranchers
  • Wolves removed from the federal endangered list

    Wolves removed from the federal endangered list

    Central Oregonian - Features
    ODFW now managing wolves statewide after wolf delisting from federal Endangered Species List
  • Residential construction surging in the midst of COVID

    Residential construction surging in the midst of COVID

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Local residential construction businesses report an upward trend in a labor market that otherwise is in a downward slide
  • To wish upon a star

    To wish upon a star

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The first annual Wishing Upon a Wish Stick event was a success, with two excited and appreciative winners
  • Wedding anniversary

    Wedding anniversary

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Friendsview Manor residents McNulty's celebrate 65th wedding anniversary in Newberg
  • Library adjusts its services during pandemic closure

    Library adjusts its services during pandemic closure

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The new Book Bundles service at Crook County Library is one way to access a variety of books

Wheels

2021 Chevy Trailblazer AWD RS: Not your grandfather's SUV

2021 Chevy Trailblazer AWD RS: Not your grandfather's SUV

April 16, 2021 Jim Redden
The all-new small crossover is a great value that is better for the planet and your pocketbook.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the overlooked two-row SUV competitor

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the overlooked two-row SUV competitor

April 16, 2021 Jeff Zurschmeide
Even a fully-loaded version of the compact crossover costs less than the starting price of some competitors.

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