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Spring sports to start this week

Spring sports to start this week

September 22, 2020 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Capacity rules could limit number of fans at the Crook County High School games
Time for spring sports at Crook County

Time for spring sports at Crook County

September 15, 2020 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Crook County High School will have short seasons and play a regional schedule

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Opinion

'Most Favored Nation' pricing harms Oregonians with disabilities

'Most Favored Nation' pricing harms Oregonians with disabilities

September 26, 2020 Central Oregonian - Opinion Jake Cornett
OPINION: No one should have to worry about whether a doctor will treat you when you're sick, just because you have a disability
Oregon's Tobias Read has learned from Three Little Pigs

Oregon's Tobias Read has learned from Three Little Pigs

September 25, 2020 Central Oregonian - Opinion Dr. Carl Anderson
Damascus resident Dr. Carl B. Anderson endorses reelection of state treasurer

Features

Neat Repeat opens its doors, Senior Center remodel complete

Neat Repeat opens its doors, Senior Center remodel complete

September 22, 2020 Central Oregonian - Features Ramona McCallister
Despite the reopening of the Neat Repeat, the Prineville Senior Center remains closed due to state COVID regulations until phase three
1995: Local bowhunter has success

1995: Local bowhunter has success

September 16, 2020 Central Oregonian - Features Central Oregonian
The nation watches as voters approve local school district budget proposal 50 years ago
  • EDCO reports busy local spring and summer season

    EDCO reports busy local spring and summer season

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Despite COVID-19, local EDCO director reports an uptick in many sectors of local businesses
  • Preserving a family treasure

    Preserving a family treasure

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Beaver State Historical Gunmaker's Guild created replica of Kentucky Muzzle Loader from the 1700s and presented it to Ashcraft family last…
  • 1017 project reaches donation milestone

    1017 project reaches donation milestone

    Central Oregonian - Features
    More than 57 tons of protein has been provided, since 2014 to food banks and shelters covering Deschutes, Jefferson, Crook and Lake counties
  • 1970: Burglar breaks into Thriftwise Drug Store

    1970: Burglar breaks into Thriftwise Drug Store

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Voters return to polls to vote for a fifth time on a controversial Crook County School District budget
  • Bringing the business community together during the pandemic

    Bringing the business community together during the pandemic

    Central Oregonian - Features
    When COVID-19 hit the community hard, the staff at the Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce partnered with the community to keep…
  • Prose and Poems

    Prose and Poems

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Amidst the current pandemic, Rick Steber releases three new books, with one being a western novel and two volumes of Prose and Poems to his…
  • GriefShare support group resumes next month

    GriefShare support group resumes next month

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Prineville Community Church will be the location of the series, facilitated by Chris and Shera Cookston and LaVerne Cater
  • Everyday heros behind the shield

    Everyday heros behind the shield

    Central Oregonian - Features
    When Kitsi Bass encountered challenges with face masks in her job during the pandemic, her supervisor and staff got creative
  • Giving and sharing a rich life

    Giving and sharing a rich life

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Colleen Ferguson will soon retire, and her career legacy will be a rich and fulfilling life in giving back
  • Oregon sees modest job gains in July

    Oregon sees modest job gains in July

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Largest gains were in leisure and hospitality as well as government, retail and health care
  • Helping to preserve history

    Helping to preserve history

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Sadee Moss has a passion for museum history, and now she is taking that passion to her new position at Bowman Museum
  • Following a father's footsteps

    Following a father's footsteps

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Steve Housley leaves Cascade Carpet Cleaning business in good hands as he retires after 43 years
  • Telling a tale for kids

    Telling a tale for kids

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Powell Butte author Brian O'Connor strives to keep kids interested in reading with his first young readers adventure novel
  • Retrieving a treasure

    Retrieving a treasure

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Sharon Adams thought she would never again see the Mariner 31 ketch, which she used to navigate across the Pacific Ocean in 1969
  • Using down time to get things done

    Using down time to get things done

    Central Oregonian - Features
    When the Prineville Elks Lodge No. 1814 was temprarily shuttered due to the pandemic, the members used the time to give the building a…
  • Harnessing the wind

    Harnessing the wind

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Powell Butte youth Alayna Neville is training a BLM Warm Springs mustang for an upcoming competition called Teens and Oregon Mustangs,…
  • Stepping out on the open road in faith

    Stepping out on the open road in faith

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Jacob and Kyla Salmond sold their house and bought an RV, in which they will adventure with their three boys across the U.S., seeking God's…
  • Birdhouse mystery solved

    Birdhouse mystery solved

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Many local residents have wondered where the distinct birdhouses originated from that appear on fenceposts around the community
  • Meals on Wheels still rolling along

    Meals on Wheels still rolling along

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Home delivery prep crew is based in the Eastside Church kitchen during senior center remodel
  • A roadmap to recovery

    A roadmap to recovery

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Choices Recovery Services in Prineville offers alcohol and drug counseling and strives to treat the whole person
  • Local woman wins big

    Local woman wins big

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Prineville resident Elizabeth Rollock wins a Ford pick up and a Sooner 3-horse trailer in Purina Sweepstakes
  • Creating a warm and lively atmosphere

    Creating a warm and lively atmosphere

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Business owner Xane Olson, building owner John Abell, bought and remodeled Richi's Place, with opening to public on June 26
  • Sharing what they love

    Sharing what they love

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Mother-daughter duo Joni and Olivia Harms will put on a free country-western concert Sunday afternoon, Aug. 2 at Powell Butte Christian…
  • When the cause becomes personal

    When the cause becomes personal

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Two women share their passion and reason for participating each year in Relay for Life.

Wheels

2020 Chevy Bolt EV Premier: Still breaking new ground

2020 Chevy Bolt EV Premier: Still breaking new ground

September 25, 2020 Jim Redden
The compact hatchback is now EPA rated at 259 miles on a full battery charge, while continuing to be a lot of fun to drive.
Volkswagen unveils new ID.4 Electric SUV for 2021 delivery

Volkswagen unveils new ID.4 Electric SUV for 2021 delivery

September 25, 2020 Jeff Zurschmeide
The ID.4 also comes with three years of fast charging with Electrify America at no additional cost, helping to reduce range anxiety.

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