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No new COVID-19 deaths reported

No new COVID-19 deaths reported

Central Oregonian - News
Multnomah County is still on track to apply to the state for Phase 1 reopening of the economy next week
New Oregon estimate: 20,000 infected with coronavirus, per…

New Oregon estimate: 20,000 infected with coronavirus, per…

Central Oregonian - News
The state's newest epidemiological report says that a trend of declining infections and COVID-19 hospitalizations could reverse.
The things COVID can't cancel

The things COVID can't cancel

Central Oregonian - News
This pandemic may have canceled a lot of things, but it can't cancel charity, creativity, companionship, or even camping
COVID-19 outbreak linked to seasonal workers in Multnomah,…

COVID-19 outbreak linked to seasonal workers in Multnomah,…

Central Oregonian - News
A total of 48 workers have been diagnoses; officials say they likely contracted the illness before reaching Oregon.
Keeping busy one quilt at a time

Keeping busy one quilt at a time

Central Oregonian - News
On an average day, Florence Lambert can be found sewing quilts, cloth masks or any number of sewing projects
Oregon: No COVID deaths for three days, 71 new cases

Oregon: No COVID deaths for three days, 71 new cases

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Health Authority says state death toll remains at 148, but case count is now over 4,000 as of Wednesday, May 27.
Pandemic reveals Oregon's major child care problem

Pandemic reveals Oregon's major child care problem

Central Oregonian - News
Difficulties that some care centers are experiencing could pose a problem as counties reopen.
1945: Contract awarded for gradeschool construction

1945: Contract awarded for gradeschool construction

Central Oregonian - News
1970: Local high school students recognized with awards, scholarships and more at banquet in Powell Butte
Oregon reports no new COVID-19 deaths, confirms 18 new cases

Oregon reports no new COVID-19 deaths, confirms 18 new cases

Central Oregonian - News
Confirmed coronavirus cases stand at 3,967 but positive test results remain low
Prineville woman arrested for assault

Prineville woman arrested for assault

Central Oregonian - News
Sarah Smith accused of assaulting her 90-year-old grandmother with a wine bottle
Fireworks show still planned

Fireworks show still planned

Central Oregonian - News
Most traditional Fourth of July events are canceled but fireworks show and Splash N' Dash are still slated for the holiday
County facing drought as irrigation season begins

County facing drought as irrigation season begins

Central Oregonian - News
Though winter snowpacks were about average, runoff did not result in good inflows
A home for a business and a bridge for the city

A home for a business and a bridge for the city

Central Oregonian - News
City of Prineville sells industrial land to help fund 80-foot pedestrian bridge in Barnes Butte recreation area
Do not worry

Do not worry

Central Oregonian - News
Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need
Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Central Oregonian - News
Baker County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Shirtcliff has until Tuesday to decide what to do
Life of an Upper Ochoco pioneer

Life of an Upper Ochoco pioneer

Central Oregonian - News
Cora Miller Blevins was born in the Oregon Territory in 1850, settled with her husband on Upper Ochoco Creek
Three more COVID-19 cases confirmed in Crook County

Three more COVID-19 cases confirmed in Crook County

Central Oregonian - News
Cases are result of being in contact to a positive case that visited the county from outside of the area
Flattening the online learning curve

Flattening the online learning curve

Central Oregonian - News
In an academic environment that's gone virtual, COCC students share how they're staying the course
Hass concedes to Fagan for Democratic nomination for…

Hass concedes to Fagan for Democratic nomination for…

Central Oregonian - News
With most votes counted, one state senator beats another, but will face a GOP senator in the fall.
Expanding business in a new location

Expanding business in a new location

Central Oregonian - News
Blaine Noland Construction has moved to a new location on Third Street, and has also begun building new, custom residential homes
Inmate with COVID-19 dies in Oregon State Penitentiary

Inmate with COVID-19 dies in Oregon State Penitentiary

Portland Tribune - News
The Department of Corrections says another 148 in prisons have the coronavirus.
Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on May 24

Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on May 24

Portland Tribune - News
The temporary rule change allowing self-service at gas stations expires at midnight on May 23.
Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

Central Oregonian - News
The Portland-area state senator is now ahead by half a point in the tight Democratic primary.
State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

Central Oregonian - News
Gov. Brown says federal aid must be coupled with spending cuts to cushion blow on vital state services and schools.
1945: Bids opened for school construction

1945: Bids opened for school construction

Central Oregonian - News
1970: One ballot in the May 26 primary elections will ask residents for a three-year serial levy of $29,000 each year for the support of the Crook…
Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

Central Oregonian - News
State loses nearly 300,000 jobs since mid-March's stay-home order to stop spread of deadly illness.
Three county races decided in Tuesday election

Three county races decided in Tuesday election

Central Oregonian - News
Incumbent candidates for county judge, commissioner and surveyor win new terms
ODFW releases wolf conservation and management report

ODFW releases wolf conservation and management report

Central Oregonian - News
Document includes current status of wolf counts, wolf packs and mortalities in Oregon, as well as depredations and management plans and implementation
Prineville elementary schools earn national award for…

Prineville elementary schools earn national award for…

Central Oregonian - News
The Imagine Nation Beacon School Award recognizes 97 schools in the United States
Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still in effect

Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still in effect

Portland Tribune - News
The Supreme Court put on hold a Baker County ruling, sought by churches, to overturn orders on constitutional grounds.

Prineville woman arrested for elder abuse

Central Oregonian - News
Prineville woman arrested for elder abuse
Shawna Mohning facing multiple criminal charges following multi-week police investigation

Crook County schools refinance bonds to save…

Central Oregonian - News
Crook County schools refinance bonds to save…
Favorable bond market provides opportunity for school board to pass on savings

Nepal journey halted but not all is lost

Central Oregonian - News
Nepal journey halted but not all is lost
Months of training, planning, praying and gearing up were over, but positives still emerged

Intoxicated Prineville motorist arrested after…

Central Oregonian - News
Intoxicated Prineville motorist arrested after…
Sidney Walter Hayes was driving eastbound when he lost control and went off an embankment

Pioneer lumberman of Grizzly

Central Oregonian - News
Pioneer lumberman of Grizzly
Samuel Compton began working at the Dan Powell sawmill on Mill Creek east of Prineville, and eventually purchased the mill

Sending Boxes of Cheer

Central Oregonian - News
Sending Boxes of Cheer
Prineville Coffee Company began a tradition after the stay at home lockdown to deliver free coffee to essential businesses in Prineville every day

Horse races canceled

Central Oregonian - News
Horse races canceled
Crooked River Roundup Board announces event will not take place this summer due to pandemic

Status of local parks still in flux

Central Oregonian - News
Status of local parks still in flux
Recent announcements by governor do not add any more clarity to when playgrounds, other local parks can reopen

Crook County granted approval for Phase I reopening

Central Oregonian - News
Crook County granted approval for Phase I reopening
Restaurants, bars, retail stores, salons and gyms allowed to open Friday with restrictions

OSU Master Gardener program offering free online…

Central Oregonian - News
OSU Master Gardener program offering free online…
Extension service offers how-to tips, gardening advice for anyone who wants to learn

1970: Nearly $40,000 slashed from school district…

Central Oregonian - News
1970: Nearly $40,000 slashed from school district…
1995: Striking state employees will remain on the picket lines despite late mediation to spur resolution

Pamplin helping local businesses double their…

Central Oregonian - News
Pamplin helping local businesses double their…
Matching advertising fund increased to $2.6 million after hundreds of local businesses, non-profits and business associations apply for help

Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…
Health officials say girl is being treated for pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome

Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles

Central Oregonian - News
Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles
Mayor warns that police department will be patrolling boat ramp to check for social distancing

Senior graduation and events have firm schedule

Central Oregonian - News
Senior graduation and events have firm schedule
CCHS administration announces dates and details of upcoming senior events, including graduation

The count must go on, as census operations pick…

Central Oregonian - News
The count must go on, as census operations pick…
U.S. Census Bureau this week begins delivering Census packets to Oregon households

Oregon Health Authority could face deep cuts to…

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon Health Authority could face deep cuts to…
Amid plummeting state revenue caused by the state shutdown, Gov. Kate Brown called for an 8.5% cut from state's two-year budget.

More Oregon state parks continue to reopen on a…

Central Oregonian - News
More Oregon state parks continue to reopen on a…
The idea is to ease people back in and avoid overcrowding or having people plan long-distance trips to visit these parks.

Oregon law forces jury trials to continue,…

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon law forces jury trials to continue,…
Rather than sitting together in a jury box, the jurors were spread out around the courtroom, occupying the space usually reserved for the public.

La Grande man arrested on drug and gun charges

Central Oregonian - News
La Grande man arrested on drug and gun charges
Anthony Mailman is pulled over west of Prineville and vehicle search reveals meth and a gun

Governor announces reopening guidances

Central Oregonian - News
Governor announces reopening guidances
Phase I includes limited reopening of restaurant and bars as well as salons and retail businesses

Facebook donates $450K to local school district

Central Oregonian - News
Facebook donates $450K to local school district
COVID-19 relief grant will enhance technology and remote learning for local students

Pandemic leaving mark on real estate market

Central Oregonian - News
Pandemic leaving mark on real estate market
COAR reports that home sales and listings throughout Central Oregon are declining while home prices are climbing more slowly than usual

Air quality down statewide, better locally

Central Oregonian - News
Air quality down statewide, better locally
Bend-Prineville area improved from the 22nd to 26th most polluted area for short-term particulate pollution

Will local economy start reopening this Friday?

Central Oregonian - News
Will local economy start reopening this Friday?
Crook County government, health leaders act quickly to take advantage of potential to reopen beginning May 15

Oregon governor prepares spending cuts, hopes for…

Central Oregonian - News
Oregon governor prepares spending cuts, hopes for…
Agency plans for 17% from general fund 'extremely drastic,' but tax collections expected to be short.

Willamette Valley Cascade Mountain Wagon Road…

Central Oregonian - News
Willamette Valley Cascade Mountain Wagon Road…
The main objective of the original charter was to build a road from Linn County to the Deschutes River

Governor says Oregon could reopen under 3-phase plan

Central Oregonian - News
Governor says Oregon could reopen under 3-phase plan
Gov. Kate Brown addresses questions about how and when the state could emerge from the umbra of the coronavirus quarantine.

Many Oregon gig, contract workers still waiting on…

Central Oregonian - News
Many Oregon gig, contract workers still waiting on…
State begins processing unemployment claims for people who don't usually qualify for unemployment benefits.

Nearly 20,000 unemployment claims filed in late…

Central Oregonian - News
Nearly 20,000 unemployment claims filed in late…
Largest number of initial claims came from the accommodation and food services sector since March 15.

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