Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

OHA: COVID-19 deaths, cases continue to increase

OHA: COVID-19 deaths, cases continue to increase

Central Oregonian - News
State health authorities report Oregon's death toll is at 635 and the official case count has reached 40,443.
1925: Small fire started by 3-year-old destroys home

1925: Small fire started by 3-year-old destroys home

Central Oregonian - News
1995: Police launched investigation into an attempted burglary at Meadow Lakes Golf Club
Oregon's COVID-19 vaccine plan unveiled

Oregon's COVID-19 vaccine plan unveiled

Central Oregonian - News
The proposal would reserve first doses for health care workers and other essential workers.
State police seek help on local poaching case

State police seek help on local poaching case

Central Oregonian - News
On Oct. 11, at 7:15 p.m., Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife troopers were notified that someone shot and left to waste a doe mule deer
Local man injured after vehicle collides with tree

Local man injured after vehicle collides with tree

Central Oregonian - News
42-year-old Prineville man Shawn Solar left the roadway on North McKay Creek Road Monday morning
COVID uptick may affect school attendance

COVID uptick may affect school attendance

Central Oregonian - News
Crook County schools are in the 'red zone' after 13 cases were reported last week
ODFW denies fish passage waiver for local hydro project

ODFW denies fish passage waiver for local hydro project

Central Oregonian - News
Denial puts future of Bowman Dam project, spearheaded by Ochoco Irrigation District and city of Prineville, in serious doubt
A collaboration for monarch butterfly conservation

A collaboration for monarch butterfly conservation

Central Oregonian - News
The Deschutes Land Trust and the City of Prineville partner to place native plants at the Crooked River Wetlands to attract monarch butterflies
Crook County census response good

Crook County census response good

Central Oregonian - News
99.9% of the community filled out the forms for the count that helps determine a variety of services and funding
Latino Association presents new report on Central Oregon

Latino Association presents new report on Central Oregon

Central Oregonian - News
The report addresses Latino population, economics, health, education and housing
Some heroes wear welding helmets

Some heroes wear welding helmets

Central Oregonian - News
Volunteers Jim Crittenden and Ron Marston were recently recognized for giving above and beyond at the Crook County Fairgrounds
Your spouse is not the enemy: Keys to pursuing peace in…

Your spouse is not the enemy: Keys to pursuing peace in…

Central Oregonian - News
To have a good marriage, be honest, stay current and attack the problems, not your spouse
C.G. Hitchcock operated mills near La Pine and Sisters

C.G. Hitchcock operated mills near La Pine and Sisters

Central Oregonian - News
The Sisters, located about one mile north of town, mill burned down in 1942 but was soon rebuilt
Grocery Outlet welcomes new owners

Grocery Outlet welcomes new owners

Central Oregonian - News
Lambert and Rhonda Bourgo will take ownership of the Prineville Grocery Outlet Nov. 3
School is in session at the farm

School is in session at the farm

Central Oregonian - News
Farm School offers children of all ages a chance to explore and become informed about farm animals as an interactive learning experience
1945: Bus service returns after strike

1945: Bus service returns after strike

Central Oregonian - News
1970: Portland-based coffee service announces plans to build new motel in Prineville
Oregonians to receive $5M from Unclaimed Property Program

Oregonians to receive $5M from Unclaimed Property Program

Central Oregonian - News
Qualifying residents and former residents will be mailed checks of between $50 and $2,500 in November.
State, FEMA offering free property cleanup in wake of…

State, FEMA offering free property cleanup in wake of…

Central Oregonian - News
Residents and property owners affected by wildfires need to submit forms to their county by Oct. 16
House District 55 representative seeks another term

House District 55 representative seeks another term

Central Oregonian - News
Republican incumbent Vikki Breese-Iverson wants to devote time in the Legislature focusing on wildfire suppression and water issues
Powell Butte woman seeks House District 55 seat

Powell Butte woman seeks House District 55 seat

Central Oregonian - News
Democrat Barb Fontaine wants to help state lawmakers commit a greater effort to climate change and focus on improving government services
2020 flu season complicated by COVID pandemic

2020 flu season complicated by COVID pandemic

Central Oregonian - News
Vaccines now available in Crook County at pharmacies, primary care providers
Cyclist includes Prineville on his cross-country trek

Cyclist includes Prineville on his cross-country trek

Central Oregonian - News
Mattheo Schlitz spent the summer and early fall riding a bike from his home in Washington, D.C. to Yachats, Oregon
Pandemic will cause some changes on Election Night

Pandemic will cause some changes on Election Night

Central Oregonian - News
Ballots will be mailed out this week and drop sites are available throughout the community
Pledge allegiance to the King

Pledge allegiance to the King

Central Oregonian - News
Unfortunately, most of us are unwilling to lay down our allegiances for the sake of King Jesus
A pioneer of Oregon and Central Oregon

A pioneer of Oregon and Central Oregon

Central Oregonian - News
The Jane Combs family developed a large farm and stock operation in the area known as Combs Flat
Chamber slowly brings back events

Chamber slowly brings back events

Central Oregonian - News
COVID-friendly Candy Crawl, Small Business Saturday, Lighted Christmas Parade, Christmas in the Pines are a go
Survey: 84% of Oregonians wear face masks in public

Survey: 84% of Oregonians wear face masks in public

Portland Tribune - News
A new survey by DHM Research found that some Oregonians continue to gather socially on a frequent basis, despite COVID rules.
Lord's Acre canceled due to COVID

Lord's Acre canceled due to COVID

Central Oregonian - News
The iconic event was established in 1946 in Powell Butte, but due to COVID, the decision was made to cancel for safety reasons
Oregon reports large new COVID-19 outbreaks in three…

Oregon reports large new COVID-19 outbreaks in three…

Central Oregonian - News
Health officials report two new deaths of people with COVID-19 as well as four workplace outbreaks of 20 or more people.
1970: Arctic Circle Drive-In opens

1970: Arctic Circle Drive-In opens

Central Oregonian - News
Mayor May Barney served as municipal judge during illness of city recorder 75 years ago

Wyden to hold virtual town hall for Central Oregon…

Central Oregonian - News
Wyden to hold virtual town hall for Central Oregon…
Town Hall Projects is hosting the Bend-based event, which will be held via Facebook on Monday, Oct. 12

Governor aims to relax Oregon school coronavirus…

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Governor aims to relax Oregon school coronavirus…
As state reports nine new COVID-19 deaths, Gov. Kate Brown says state to relax metrics to accelerate school reopening

Four COVID deaths in 4 days at Oregon's Snake River…

Portland Tribune - News
Four COVID deaths in 4 days at Oregon's Snake River…
Thirteen deaths linked to the novel coronavirus have now been reported among the 14,000 prisoners living in state correctional institutions.

Back to school

Central Oregonian - News
Back to school
Local COVID Metrics improve enough to allow grades 4-12 to return to classrooms

Don't let the fear of death dominate your life

Central Oregonian - News
Don't let the fear of death dominate your life
We look to examples of those in the scripture to learn how to have a healthy fear of death

Grand scheme to divert water from Suttle Lake

Central Oregonian - News
Grand scheme to divert water from Suttle Lake
The hopes of Central Oregon homesteaders in the arid Grandview area are dashed

Rimrock Trails celebrates 30 years

Central Oregonian - News
Rimrock Trails celebrates 30 years
The month of September marked 30 years for the adolescent treatment center of Central Oregon

Prineville man arrested for DUII, other crimes…

Central Oregonian - News
Prineville man arrested for DUII, other crimes…
Elvis Alonzo fled police in his car after getting pulled over near the Highway 126 roundabout

Bowman Museum fall lecture series goes virtual

Central Oregonian - News
Bowman Museum fall lecture series goes virtual
The annual lecture series, offered every October, kicks off Oct. 1, will feature three presenters

Two crashes occur in nearly same location a…

Central Oregonian - News
Two crashes occur in nearly same location a…
A Bend man was injured when his motorcycle collided with another vehicle early Wednesday morning

Clean energy investor snaps up Les Schwab Tire…

Central Oregonian - News
Clean energy investor snaps up Les Schwab Tire…
Iconic Prineville company sells to California hedge fund run by top clean tech investment firm.

1945: Strike halts local bus transportation

Central Oregonian - News
1945: Strike halts local bus transportation
1970: People injured in two separate gun-related accidents in the Crook County area

Adventure learning comes to Crook County

Central Oregonian - News
Adventure learning comes to Crook County
Steins Pillar Elementary invites students to participate in quests and learn outside the classroom and in the community

New director leading Redemption House homeless…

Central Oregonian - News
New director leading Redemption House homeless…
Cindy Burback, who was involved in launching the ministry, took over executive director role in July

Chamber hires new membership, marketing coordinator

Central Oregonian - News
Chamber hires new membership, marketing coordinator
Deb Shaw will be helping the current and future members with a variety of needs

Facebook now taking Community Action Grant…

Central Oregonian - News
Facebook now taking Community Action Grant…
The 2021 cycle for community action grants for Crook County organizations closes Oct. 16

ODE suspends statewide testing metric

Central Oregonian - News
ODE suspends statewide testing metric
Opening of Crook County schools will depend solely on the number of local cases

Opportunity for faith

Central Oregonian - News
Opportunity for faith
We as Christians are crying out to the Lord once again and God has promised to fight our battle for us

Fort Rock, a mecca for early homesteaders

Central Oregonian - News
Fort Rock, a mecca for early homesteaders
The historical society created the Homestead Village, a popular tourist site

Communities bringing rescue to the ruined

Central Oregonian - News
Communities bringing rescue to the ruined
I'm cheering for my neighbors who have stepped up to honor those sifting through singed rubble

Amid Riverside fire, Estacada is burned, not bowed

Central Oregonian - News
Amid Riverside fire, Estacada is burned, not bowed
This isn't the story about a fire that destroyed a community - it's the story of a community that survived a fire

Offering 'Top Dog' welding and fabrication services

Central Oregonian - News
Offering 'Top Dog' welding and fabrication services
Top Dog Fabrication opened its doors in July, with a primary focus on metal fabrication

Seven major wildfires continue burning, but rain…

Central Oregonian - News
Seven major wildfires continue burning, but rain…
Gov. Brown says 'we have turned the corner' and Southern Oregon fires are nearly contained.

1970: Grand jury exonerates all sides of school…

Central Oregonian - News
1970: Grand jury exonerates all sides of school…
1945: Antelope man hospitalized in Prineville after injuries in brawl with local man

Vote-by-mail divides Oregon secretary of state…

Central Oregonian - News
Vote-by-mail divides Oregon secretary of state…
Oregon Sens. Shemia Fagan, Kim Thatcher express concerns about ensuring citizens right to vote during disruptions like pandemics/wildfires

City council slate features new mayor and councilor

Central Oregonian - News
City council slate features new mayor and councilor
Jason Beebe files for mayor while Raymond Law files for his first council position

Local individuals and groups offer help to wildfire…

Central Oregonian - News
Local individuals and groups offer help to wildfire…
Crook County Fire and Rescue sends personnel to help with Lionshead fire while Crook County Fairgrounds offers space for displaced animals

Trend of dry, warm winters recipe for well-fueled…

Central Oregonian - News
Trend of dry, warm winters recipe for well-fueled…
Federal official says a wet fall will be needed to recover from Oregon's dry year

Library to offer a variety of new programs

Central Oregonian - News
Library to offer a variety of new programs
The Crook County Library is offering multiple programs this fall and winter, including online reading, online lectures and in-person tech programs

Small businesses vow lawsuit unless state…

Central Oregonian - News
Small businesses vow lawsuit unless state…
Notice does not challenge governor's authority, but says shutdowns affected owners.

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