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Cold streak following this once-good angler

Cold streak following this once-good angler

July 07, 2020 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Day at Ochoco Lake fishing became mainly a day of difficult rowing for this author
John Marsh Run powers on

John Marsh Run powers on

July 07, 2020 Central Oregonian - Sports Central Oregonian
Nearly 50 runners kicked off Fourth of July Saturday by participating in the John Marsh Memorial 5K in Prineville

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Opinion

Cap and trade policy fundamentally flawed

Cap and trade policy fundamentally flawed

July 07, 2020 Central Oregonian - Opinion Rachel Dawson
You can count on the 'Every Mile Counts' plan to make life costlier for Oregonians
It's past time to remove Confederate statues

It's past time to remove Confederate statues

July 07, 2020 Central Oregonian - Opinion Tony Ahern
Removing such statues and monuments from places of honor isn't reactionary; it would be a past-due repudiation of slavery

Features

Growing a garden of love

Growing a garden of love

July 07, 2020 Central Oregonian - Features Ramona McCallister
The Prineville Presbyterian Church has provided a community garden for the community's betterment for 15 years
Taking a seat while walking the wetlands

Taking a seat while walking the wetlands

July 07, 2020 Central Oregonian - Features Central Oregonian
Rotary Club of Crook County and Crook County On The Move team up to add benches at the Crooked River Wetland Complex
  • Relay For Life won't stop for COVID-19

    Relay For Life won't stop for COVID-19

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The annual American Cancer Society fundraiser is coming to a neighborhood near you Saturday, July 25
  • Feeding the need

    Feeding the need

    Central Oregonian - Features
    More gthan 600 volunteer hours were contributed and 1,061 households worth of food were given away June 11 and 12 at the Crook County…
  • 1920: Former policeman gets prison sentence

    1920: Former policeman gets prison sentence

    Central Oregonian - Features
    1945: A longtime local resident is killed by an enraged bull east of Prineville
  • 30 incredible years of serving the schools

    30 incredible years of serving the schools

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Jan Martin has served Sisters and Crook County school districts, will retire July 1
  • Learning spiritual lessons from the pandemic

    Learning spiritual lessons from the pandemic

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Local pastors reflect upon the lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic and share plans for Phase 2 reopening
  • Golden career celebration

    Golden career celebration

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Woody Puckett pleasantly surprised by a parade celebration by his co-workers and supervisors at Endura Products when he reached his 50-year…
  • Against all odds

    Against all odds

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Sam Santiago dreamed of becoming a military officer, but he thought the odds were against him
  • More than just coffee

    More than just coffee

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Jim Kinsey and business partner Nick Randle opened their new business, Upright Coffee Company, last week, but this is just the beginning…
  • Appreciation cruise

    Appreciation cruise

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Crook County Rodders organized a cruise Thursday to show first responders their appreciation at St. Charles Prineville, Crook County…
  • Scrubbing in with the top Navy doctors

    Scrubbing in with the top Navy doctors

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Jim Kucera joined the Navy during the cold war, and never expected to be spending his Navy career scrubbing in on the first 13 open heart…
  • Teaming up for a common cause

    Teaming up for a common cause

    Central Oregonian - Features
    A group of complete strangers rally together when a man reaches out on social media in a cry for help
  • Beaver battle

    Beaver battle

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Though beavers have made portions of Ochoco Creek home in the past, the problem has grown worse this year
  • Grasshoppers and hornets and such

    Grasshoppers and hornets and such

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Whoever truly fears God has no legitimate reason to ever fear anybody or anything else
  • The current role of the Chamber

    The current role of the Chamber

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Our focus is changing to helping plan for business preparedness, sustainability and economic recovery
  • Bringing hope to Africa amid COVID-19

    Bringing hope to Africa amid COVID-19

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Kathy Vaughan of Redeemer Ministries returns to Uganda just before COVID-19 breaks out, and struggles to feed and minister to the people in…
  • 1970: Voters reject second school district budget

    1970: Voters reject second school district budget

    Central Oregonian - Features
    1920: City council ordered an ordinance drawn for the care of heavy traffic, which had become a big issue
  • New business in the pipeline

    New business in the pipeline

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Central Oregon natives to launch Krah USA business on the City of Prineville Railway
  • Local author spreading timely message

    Local author spreading timely message

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Author releases his first children's book, which is a colorful picture book that teaches children how to cover their coughs and sneezes
  • The Central Oregonian needs your support. GIVE TODAY

    The Central Oregonian needs your support. GIVE TODAY

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Tax-deducible donations made to the Central Oregonian will help us continue telling these important stories.
  • Grants keep Meals on Wheels program rolling

    Grants keep Meals on Wheels program rolling

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Soroptimist Senior Center operation is dependent on donations since the Neat Repeat closed recently
  • COVID spikes liquor store sales

    COVID spikes liquor store sales

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Like many other liquor stores across Oregon, Prineville Liquor & Tobacco has seen business increase as restaurants, other alcohol outlets…
  • Farmer's market summer schedule set

    Farmer's market summer schedule set

    Central Oregonian - Features
    CROP has transitioned to a 501(c)3 and will focus on weekly markets at Stryker Field this summer
  • Pandemic causes shift in local railway business

    Pandemic causes shift in local railway business

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Coronavirus outbreak results in reduced rail shipping traffic, but uptick in railcar and warehouse storage
  • Lightening the load

    Lightening the load

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Boy Scout Troop 9082 uses packing goats to add some fun to their overnight hiking adventures

Wheels

2020 VW Passat is an all-new near-premium economy sedan

2020 VW Passat is an all-new near-premium economy sedan

July 12, 2020 Jeff Zurschmeide
The bottom line on the 2020 VW Passat is simple: this is a great value on a comfortable well-equipped sedan.
2020 Ram Rebel Crew Cab 4X4: American as the 4th of July

2020 Ram Rebel Crew Cab 4X4: American as the 4th of July

July 10, 2020 Jim Redden
The Rebel trim level of the Ram 1500 pickup offers value, practicality, comfort and good economy with the optional 3.0-liter turbo-diesel.

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