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Cowboys continue to dominate the hardwood

Cowboys continue to dominate the hardwood

June 15, 2021 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
Second-place Redmond no match for undefeated Crook County High School Cowboys
High-energy, uptempo style leading to victories

High-energy, uptempo style leading to victories

June 15, 2021 Central Oregonian - Sports Lon Austin
After dropping a game on the road, the Crook County High School Cowgirls win a pair

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Opinion

Meiffren-Swango: Oregon can’t wait another season for climate action

Meiffren-Swango: Oregon can’t wait another season for climate action

June 17, 2021 Central Oregonian - Opinion Celeste Meiffren-Swango
Celeste Meiffren-Swango of Southeast Portland is state director for Environment Oregon.
Kolker: Double Up Food Bucks benefit families, farmers

Kolker: Double Up Food Bucks benefit families, farmers

June 16, 2021 Central Oregonian - Opinion Katy Kolker
Katy Kolker is executive director of the Portland Farmers Market, which has seen a benefit from a food program lawmakers could continue this year.

Features

Bucking bulls and rodeo

Bucking bulls and rodeo

June 15, 2021 Central Oregonian - Features Ramona McCallister
Logan and Kaley Blasdell's lives revolve around rodeo, and the couple will be putting on a new event to promote rodeo and raise money for charity
Prineville welcomes back Miss Rodeo America

Prineville welcomes back Miss Rodeo America

June 15, 2021 Central Oregonian - Features Jason Chaney
Miss Rodeo America 2020-2021 Jordan Tierney will be in town for the Crooked River Roundup Week
  • Trying to meet the job demand in Crook County

    Trying to meet the job demand in Crook County

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The data shows that Crook County is up by 140 jobs compared to pre-COVID levels, but employers are having difficulty filling those jobs
  • Rockhound Pow Wow celebrates 75 years

    Rockhound Pow Wow celebrates 75 years

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The annual rock, gem and mineral show will be at the Crook County Fairgrounds June 17-20
  • Bringing home the gold

    Bringing home the gold

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Dance teams brought back 18 first-place trophies, three second-place finishes and four dancers who were selected to All-American and…
  • Protecting our seniors

    Protecting our seniors

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Senior Center Director Melody Kendall has been vigilant in watching over and protecting her senior population during the current pandemic
  • Creative and healthful foods

    Creative and healthful foods

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Ron and Yolanda Jahn process and distribute their own plant-based foods, including a coffee substitute
  • COCC summer studies open doors to fall learning

    COCC summer studies open doors to fall learning

    Central Oregonian - Features
    With classes beginning June 21, COCC's summer term is a chance to fulfill required credits for fall cohorts, programs
  • Artisan and Crafters fair to be featured this weekend

    Artisan and Crafters fair to be featured this weekend

    Central Oregonian - Features
    A good mix of vendors will be represented, including vintage, recycled, home décor, specialty foods, clothing, jewelry, candles and art
  • The heart of a mentor

    The heart of a mentor

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Crook County Amazing Kid Olivia Kerr exhibits the ability to mentor and befriend others in need
  • Earning a prestigious nursing scholarship

    Earning a prestigious nursing scholarship

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Elizabeth Barker was presented a $200,000 nursing scholarship from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NRTOC) at CCHS
  • Providing a stopping place in Prineville for cyclists passing through

    Providing a stopping place in Prineville for cyclists passing through

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce recently applied for and received a $11,622 Travel Oregon grant that would fund a project…
  • The 2021 growing season is predicted to be extremely dry

    The 2021 growing season is predicted to be extremely dry

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Local agriculture experts are reporting some of the lowest storage levels on record for the Ochoco and Prineville reservoirs
  • Making the community a better place

    Making the community a better place

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Third grade students at Steins Pillar join partnership with Delta Waterfowl to create mallard nests for the Crooked River Wetlands
  • Doing the work the Lord has called them to do

    Doing the work the Lord has called them to do

    Central Oregonian - Features
    The objective of St. Vincent de Paul is to bring spiritual rewards to the givers and to bless the receivers in the name of Jesus Christ
  • Just for science and fun

    Just for science and fun

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Store owners Michael and Connie Rayl recently opened their new venue, Just Science, and offer a wide variety of ways to have fun with…
  • Making room for more blooms

    Making room for more blooms

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Kristi Breese moved Hidden Falls Garden to Powell Butte and significantly expanded her inventory
  • Museum Events Return

    Museum Events Return

    Central Oregonian - Features
    A virtual version of May at the Museum will launch Thursdays next month and People From Our Past will offer live events on Wednesdays
  • Never let the old man in

    Never let the old man in

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Walt Wagner reflects on his life after 50, his past career with OSP, and why he hasn't slowed down
  • More than a place to cut hair

    More than a place to cut hair

    Central Oregonian - Features
    Monte Gibson's nostalgic barber shop has just recently added a new barber to serve customers
  • More than a lemonade stand

    More than a lemonade stand

    Central Oregonian - Features
    A Prineville youth recently raised money at a lemonade stand to help homeless people in Bend with the help of Sammy's Burgers and Shakes
  • Bracing for a tough water year

    Bracing for a tough water year

    Central Oregonian - Features
    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

    Central Oregonian - Features
    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

Wheels

Volkswagen offers test-drives of the all-electric VW ID.4 at Bridgeport Village

Volkswagen offers test-drives of the all-electric VW ID.4 at Bridgeport Village

June 16, 2021 Jim Redden
Appointments are available, or you can just walk up and sign up to drive VW's new EV.
All-new 2021 Ford Bronco Sport hits the spot

All-new 2021 Ford Bronco Sport hits the spot

June 15, 2021 Jeff Zurschmeide
The new small crossover breaks the mold with boxy looks and real off-road ability.

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