Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

The mystery triangle at Trail Crossing

The mystery triangle at Trail Crossing

Central Oregonian - News
A relic of World War II bomber training remains on the Crooked River National Grassland
OHA: COVID-19 cases, death continue to rise

OHA: COVID-19 cases, death continue to rise

Central Oregonian - News
State health officials said more virus vaccines are being given throughout the state.
Unified approach to our local parks

Unified approach to our local parks

Central Oregonian - News
Prineville is definitely growing, and we need to be prepared for what comes next
COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto Show

COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto Show

Central Oregonian - News
The Metro Portland New Car Dealers Association, which owns and produces the show, promises it will return in February 2022.
Shop local to keep Prineville businesses alive

Shop local to keep Prineville businesses alive

Central Oregonian - News
Make an effort to put at least $100 per month to a locally owned, independent business
Ag businesses: Change state farmworker housing rules

Ag businesses: Change state farmworker housing rules

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon Farm Bureau says OR-OSHA housing regulations could put many workers at risk.
1971: City council approached about cable TV

1971: City council approached about cable TV

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1946: Local fire department deals with a busy week as three blazes erupt in town
BOLI: Employers can require vaccinations

BOLI: Employers can require vaccinations

Central Oregonian - News
The state agency released new information this week about the news, saying that workplaces may also make exceptions.
County unveils vaccine timeline estimates

County unveils vaccine timeline estimates

Central Oregonian - News
State health officials merge four Phase 1 groups, opening the door for vaccinating multiple groups of locals
Return to full-time school likely for grades 6-12

Return to full-time school likely for grades 6-12

Central Oregonian - News
Recent changes in school COVID metrics have opened the door to Crook County School District offering full-time, in-person education for all grades
Portland, six other local districts reopening schools

Portland, six other local districts reopening schools

Central Oregonian - News
Suburban and rural school districts across several counties plan a return to class in some limited way within weeks.
Oregonians ages 65+ can soon get vaccine

Oregonians ages 65+ can soon get vaccine

Central Oregonian - News
As state ties COVID-19 death record, Brown says seniors will get doses. Meanwhile, feds ship doses faster.
Not enough doses: Salem COVID-19 clinic closes early

Not enough doses: Salem COVID-19 clinic closes early

Central Oregonian - News
Vaccination rollout problems surface again as the Oregon Health Authority reports more cases and deaths on Monday.
Legislature opens 2021 session with a heavy infusion of…

Legislature opens 2021 session with a heavy infusion of…

Central Oregonian - News
Ritual and rhetoric are subdued; members of color reach historic high in Oregon.
Oregon vaccination rate rises slightly

Oregon vaccination rate rises slightly

Central Oregonian - News
State health officials also report 1,225 more cases and two additional deaths from the virus.
Looking ahead to 2021

Looking ahead to 2021

Central Oregonian - News
When overwhelmed with fear, read the Bible, pray, go to a house of worship, call your pastor and call a friend
Large sheep operators of Central Oregon

Large sheep operators of Central Oregon

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Morrow and Keenan incorporated the partnership to form Grizzly Livestock and Land Company in 1902
Supreme Court ruling eases church capacity restrictions

Supreme Court ruling eases church capacity restrictions

Central Oregonian - News
Local churches weigh in on the affect of the recent change from OHA's risk guidance chart on capcity in faith-based institutions
A silver lining that pays dividends

A silver lining that pays dividends

Central Oregonian - News
When local artist Roberta Phil needed to fill a void after returning from the military, she found her passion in silversmithing
Siege of nation's Capitol shocks Oregon: 'Is this really…

Siege of nation's Capitol shocks Oregon: 'Is this really…

Central Oregonian - News
Portlanders and others react with anger and sadness seeing pro-Trump extremists attempt to overturn November's election.
Local elected officials react to violence in nation's…

Local elected officials react to violence in nation's…

Central Oregonian - News
Most blame President Trump for claiming, without evidence, that the November election was stolen from him.
Oregon delegation caught in evacuation of U.S. Capitol

Oregon delegation caught in evacuation of U.S. Capitol

Central Oregonian - News
Bonamici, Merkley describe scary moments as Trump supporters storm the building and Washington, D.C., goes into curfew.
Prineville man faces attempted murder charge after shooting

Prineville man faces attempted murder charge after shooting

Central Oregonian - News
Pete Sharp allegedly shot his son Johnathan Sharp on Wednesday afternoon on a Madras Highway property
1946: Money raised for new school playground

1946: Money raised for new school playground

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1971: Crook County 'alien' residents urged to fill out address report at nearest post office
One arrested at Oregon Capitol, but building was not…

One arrested at Oregon Capitol, but building was not…

Central Oregonian - News
Competing groups clashed Wednesday in Salem as a months-long lockdown was tightened.
Mayor joins effort to reopen businesses

Mayor joins effort to reopen businesses

Central Oregonian - News
Jason Beebe wants state rules to change, but urges locals not to defy the existing rules
Habitat Conservation Plan finally completed

Habitat Conservation Plan finally completed

Central Oregonian - News
The plan will cover approximately 10,700 square miles of land in Central Oregon
Governor changes school COVID rules

Governor changes school COVID rules

Central Oregonian - News
Metrics governing in-person education are now considered advisory, not mandated
The Holy Spirit can renew and empower us

The Holy Spirit can renew and empower us

Central Oregonian - News
The Holy Spirit played a critical role in the birth and resurrection of Christ and is also ready to work in our lives today
An historical look at a famous ranch

An historical look at a famous ranch

Central Oregonian - News
With its registered Holstein cattle, the McCall Ranch became a foundation for the Central Oregon dairy industry

Fire destroys local home

Central Oregonian - News
Fire destroys local home
Nobody injured in fire that likely started in a crawl space due to an electrical failure

Outgoing secretary of state adds chapters to her…

Central Oregonian - News
Outgoing secretary of state adds chapters to her…
Bev Clarno spent years as a legislator, federal appointee and county commissioner.

Satisfying your burger cravings 24/7

Central Oregonian - News
Satisfying your burger cravings 24/7
Prineville's newest restaurant will open this week, and offers hamburgers with all the fixings all hours of the day or night

Documenting Monuments in Time

Central Oregonian - News
Documenting Monuments in Time
Volume three is released by author Steve Lent, now available at Bowman Museum and includes a collection of local history columns from the Central…

1925: Scarlet fever, smallpox cases decline

Central Oregonian - News
1925: Scarlet fever, smallpox cases decline
1970: Local man taken into custody after shooting spree in downtown Prineville

Business owner's active life KO'd by coronavirus

Central Oregonian - News
Business owner's active life KO'd by coronavirus
COVID-19's affect on the elderly and people with preexisting conditions is well known; one young Oregonian shares how her life is beset by it.

2020: Looking back at how a worldwide pandemic…

Central Oregonian - News
2020: Looking back at how a worldwide pandemic…
COVID-19 affected the local community quickly and signficantly, beginning in mid-March

Ochoco Irrigation District project clears NRCS…

Central Oregonian - News
Ochoco Irrigation District project clears NRCS…
Project includes canal piping and other improvements to the irrigation system

GriefShare: Seeing God in the valley of the shadow…

Central Oregonian - News
GriefShare: Seeing God in the valley of the shadow…
We cannot heal from the grief that we are enduring without God's grace in Jesus Christ

78-day hospital stay makes believer out of…

Central Oregonian - News
78-day hospital stay makes believer out of…
Joe Gutierrez hopes sharing his COVID-19 story more widely will help people understand virus' seriousness

Man Killed by an enraged bull in Prineville

Central Oregonian - News
Man Killed by an enraged bull in Prineville
C.D. Calbreath mauled while crossing a pasture near the outskirts of Prineville

COVID-19 survivor remembers how virus pushed him to…

Central Oregonian - News
COVID-19 survivor remembers how virus pushed him to…
Quality of life will never be the same for 40-year-old member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

COVID hijacked my mom's brain and didn't want to…

Central Oregonian - News
COVID hijacked my mom's brain and didn't want to…
Oregon resident shares story about 83-year-old mother who loses mental function after contracting coronavirus

Hope for these disorienting days of Christmas

Central Oregonian - News
Hope for these disorienting days of Christmas
If there's one familiar cry of every human being's heart, it's to be invited, included and accepted

Small businesses speak out on pain, opportunities…

Central Oregonian - News
Small businesses speak out on pain, opportunities…
CEOs, founders turn companies in directions they couldn't have imagined 12 months ago

Exploring 'a bazillion possibilities'

Central Oregonian - News
Exploring 'a bazillion possibilities'
Local author and retired architect Don Wood has adopted the 'what if' mentality for his life experiences, and it has served him well

Oregon drug overdose deaths spiking 40% in 2020

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon drug overdose deaths spiking 40% in 2020
The Oregon Health Authority links rise in preventable drug deaths to disruption caused by the novel coronavirus.

Gov. Brown changes course with re-opening of schools

Central Oregonian - News
Gov. Brown changes course with re-opening of schools
The surprise announcement, the day before Christmas Eve, leaves decision up to districts

Essential workers reflect on struggles and triumphs…

Central Oregonian - News
Essential workers reflect on struggles and triumphs…
Pandemic has stretched many Oregon employees with long hours and heightened expectations, but they push on

1925: Local resident Demaris takes down massive…

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1925: Local resident Demaris takes down massive…
1970: Crook County area ranchers face a substantial hike in cattle grazing fees

State veterinarian issues Animal Import Permit to…

Central Oregonian - News
State veterinarian issues Animal Import Permit to…
Unlike most other animals passing through the state, Claus' reindeer possess the unique and remarkable ability to fly

Former Prineville woman arrested in connection with…

Central Oregonian - News
Former Prineville woman arrested in connection with…
Jenna Campbell is one of two suspects involved in an incident that occurred east of Redmond

Vaccines are here: So what does that mean for Crook…

Central Oregonian - News
Vaccines are here: So what does that mean for Crook…
The first batch of COVID vaccines arrived in Central Oregon late last week and will go to a select group of people first

Collecting and preserving history

Central Oregonian - News
Collecting and preserving history
Hannah Haney comes to Crook County from Texas as the new collections specialist

Five Oregonians share impact of 'long-haul' COVID…

Central Oregonian - News
Five Oregonians share impact of 'long-haul' COVID…
KGW tells stories of those experiencing lasting impacts from virus, months after they first got infected.

Oregon woman's death poses questions about health…

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon woman's death poses questions about health…
As hospitals fear being overwhelmed by COVID-19, do disabled people get the same access?

Dr. Ritu Sahni: 100% comfortable receiving COVID-19…

Central Oregonian - News
Dr. Ritu Sahni: 100% comfortable receiving COVID-19…
Medical director for Clackamas, Washington counties gets shot on Dec. 18, speaks about experience Dec. 21

School Safe Harbor designations extended

Central Oregonian - News
School Safe Harbor designations extended
Local students can return to school buildings on Jan. 4, when winter break concludes

Oregon reports less than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases…

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon reports less than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases…
The state now has a total of 103,755 cases since the outbreak began, along with 1,347 deaths.

Portland bartender, COVID-19 survivor: Being…

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Portland bartender, COVID-19 survivor: Being…
Soccer player Jonny Wessels survived COVID-19 with ease, and learned a lot about symptoms

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