Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Spring prescribed burning and fuels reduction work continues

Spring prescribed burning and fuels reduction work continues

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Forest Service firefighters will complete prescribed burns at Marks Creek and Upper Beaver Creek
Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022 gubernatorial…

Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022 gubernatorial…

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Stan Pulliam forms exploratory committee with focus on viability of run for governor
Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due rents

Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due rents

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Bill anticipates millions in state and federal aid for renters, landlords by new deadline of Feb. 28, 2022.
State budget hearings start. Here's how to participate

State budget hearings start. Here's how to participate

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Testimony will be taken online and in writing during Joint Ways & Means Committee sessions.
1946: Gang of boys confess to vehicle robberies

1946: Gang of boys confess to vehicle robberies

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1996: Seatbelts attributed to saving the lives of three local men in vehicle accident
Facebook awards local grants

Facebook awards local grants

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Crook County School District, Redemption House Ministries, Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council among the many recipients of Facebook's Community…
Neat Repeat still open, but senior center remains closed

Neat Repeat still open, but senior center remains closed

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Despite the Prineville Senior Center having a complete remodel, the building must remain closed due to state resctrictions
Oregon waits for 'green light' after halting Johnson &…

Oregon waits for 'green light' after halting Johnson &…

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State health officials worry that vaccine troubles could fuel anti-vax sentiments.
COVID vaccine eligibility opening to all adults

COVID vaccine eligibility opening to all adults

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Starting April 19, all Crook County residents 18 and older can receive a COVID-19 vaccine
The amazing sufficiency of God's word

The amazing sufficiency of God's word

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It is through the word of God that God will save you, grow you, and prepare you for Jesus' return
Paulina Lake Guard Station served Newberry Caldera

Paulina Lake Guard Station served Newberry Caldera

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The historic Forest Service facility now currently used as Paulina Visitor Center
Library offers a multitude of activities for youngsters

Library offers a multitude of activities for youngsters

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Visitors to the library can get fresh air and read a story as they walk the new Tale Trail
Health official: Feeling we're at pandemic 'finish line'…

Health official: Feeling we're at pandemic 'finish line'…

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Rise in COVID-19 variants puts Oregon in a tight spot as it continues to vaccinate residents.
PHOTO COURTESY OF RON HALVORSON - Volunteers work on an osprey nesting box.

Spring has sprung, so the birds are back

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A variety of different winged visitors can be found at the Crooked River Wetlands Complex
Senate backs civics requirement for graduation in Oregon

Senate backs civics requirement for graduation in Oregon

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Bipartisan bill adds one-semester mandate to English and math standards starting in 2025.
Oregon House panel finishes 10 bills to overhaul policing

Oregon House panel finishes 10 bills to overhaul policing

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Democratic governor and House GOP leader praise work, but member says 'we have more work to do.'
1926: Burglar breaks into three local businesses

1926: Burglar breaks into three local businesses

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1996: The groundbreaking ceremony held for local Wildland Firefighters monument
Redmond man killed in crash that injured two Prineville…

Redmond man killed in crash that injured two Prineville…

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Redmond motorist crosses roadway and collides with a blue 2004 Ford F150 with two Prineville occupants
House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in Oregon

House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in Oregon

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Bill would set June 30, but allows Gov. Brown to continue it up to six months through executive orders.
COVID-19 vaccines open to all 16 and older on April 19;…

COVID-19 vaccines open to all 16 and older on April 19;…

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UPDATE: 'We are locked in a race between vaccine distribution and the rapid spread of COVID-19 variants.'
Multnomah, Clackamas counties return to 'High Risk'…

Multnomah, Clackamas counties return to 'High Risk'…

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Additional restrictions on indoor dining and gatherings will take place on Friday, April. 9.
Focusing on child abuse prevention

Focusing on child abuse prevention

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and several campaigns, trainings are available for locals
Collaboration and follow through produce big results

Collaboration and follow through produce big results

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CCHS Alumnus Jason Rice collaborated with his utility company and their partner, Peterson Cat, to build a better part for their Methane Power Plant…
Border moving effort reaches out to county

Border moving effort reaches out to county

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Move Oregon's Border leaders to speak to Crook County Court about effort on April 21
Bend man arrested for DUII after crash

Bend man arrested for DUII after crash

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Matthew Winslow hits another motorist head-on Sunday afternoon east of Prineville
Oregon SenateAires chorus selects new artistic director

Oregon SenateAires chorus selects new artistic director

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With weekly practices resuming, Will Fox to lead acapella barbershop members to 2021 performances throughout Willamette Valley.
Jesus' resurrection causes the new birth

Jesus' resurrection causes the new birth

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The great mercy of God and the resurrection of Jesus are unchangeable and bring a living hope
Forsythe helps rebuild Davidson mill

Forsythe helps rebuild Davidson mill

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William 'Pop' Forsythe, an early lumberman of Central Oregon, also operated Tum-a-Lum Lumber
Governor: Oregon fighting fourth wave of 'resilient enemy'

Governor: Oregon fighting fourth wave of 'resilient enemy'

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Relaxed mask use and warmer weather could be a bad combination as state continues to vaccinate people for COVID-19.
Foundation introduces new Bootstrap Award Scholarship

Foundation introduces new Bootstrap Award Scholarship

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The Crook County Foundation offers a variety of higher education scholarship for local students

Fed stimulus drops $4.26 billion in Oregon cities,…

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Fed stimulus drops $4.26 billion in Oregon cities,…
American Rescue Plan funds could be used to shore up shaky budgets and pay for some projects.

1946: Meeting held to discuss local pool project

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1946: Meeting held to discuss local pool project
1996: Prineville residents wait to find out if Pine Theater will be renovated and reopened

Bill eases conversion of Oregon motels for low-cost…

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Bill eases conversion of Oregon motels for low-cost…
House vote sends legislation to the Senate to ward off potential legal challenges

National Public Health Week April 5-11

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National Public Health Week April 5-11
Public health has always worked as a system, partnering with agencies, organizations and community members

Gun storage requirement heads for vote in Oregon…

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Gun storage requirement heads for vote in Oregon…
Bill emerges on a party-line vote from the Health Care Committee; violations would carry fines.

House GOP lets budget bills squeeze past wordy…

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House GOP lets budget bills squeeze past wordy…
Clock is ticking as political slowing tactic pushes legislative session into its third month.

Baker Technical Institute adding Prineville presence

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Baker Technical Institute adding Prineville presence
Will start with a locally-based truck driving course in mid-April with other courses to follow as needed

Prineville man arrested in connection with stabbing

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Prineville man arrested in connection with stabbing
Nicholas W. Myers of Prineville is facing a first-degree assault charge, other charges may be considered

Preparing for a journey to the ocean

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Preparing for a journey to the ocean
Juvenile spring Chinook salmon were released last week into the Ochoco Creek on the Ochoco Preserve in readiness for the fish migration

Supporting student music

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Supporting student music
Bend Pops Orchestra donates $10,000 to the Crook County High School, Middle School music programs

Special district election slate set

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Special district election slate set
School district, parks board seats to be decided in May along with several water board positions

Tenants could get another break on past-due rent

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Tenants could get another break on past-due rent
Oregon Senate committee advances plan as federal funds pour in for rental assistance.

Motorcyclist injured in crash near Prineville

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Motorcyclist injured in crash near Prineville
Rear tire of motorcycle ridden by Christopher Michael Hulon went into a skid causing it to roll several times

Wyden: Stop Asian hate crimes, provide vaccines and…

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Wyden: Stop Asian hate crimes, provide vaccines and…
Senator speaks after roundtable discussion with leaders at SE Portland health center

Second COVID case forces Oregon House to cancel…

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Second COVID case forces Oregon House to cancel…
Lawmakers planned a full week of in-person votes; several people await COVID-19 test results.

God's Word the Holy Bible NEVER gets old

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God's Word the Holy Bible NEVER gets old
If you find yourself struggling with life, look to Jesus Christ and God's Word

Oil well drilled on west slope of Grizzly

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Oil well drilled on west slope of Grizzly
The site was selected for drilling the first oil well in the region, but high hopes failed to materialize at Oil Well Flat

Oregon literary legend Beverly Cleary dies

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Oregon literary legend Beverly Cleary dies
Oregon lawmakers were poised to honor the Yamhill native with a resolution for her 105th birthday.

Oregon frontline workers, 16+ with underlying…

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Oregon frontline workers, 16+ with underlying…
Gov. Kate Brown accelerates the vaccination schedule as supplies become more available.

Spring forward to a new season

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Spring forward to a new season
Days will lengthen, bulbs will burst forth and the creeks will rise to nourish the wind-swept land back to life

A rich history that always revolves around family

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A rich history that always revolves around family
Barbara Hoppes shares her amazing story of growing up in Prineville and the value of family

Legislative budget writers come up with 2021-23…

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Legislative budget writers come up with 2021-23…
Plan, boosted by $2.6 billion in federal aid, will guide decisions on state spending for next two years.

Struggling movie theaters see state grants as right…

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Struggling movie theaters see state grants as right…
Lawmakers focus on legislation that many see as a financial lifeline during pandemic closures.

Virus variants, vaccine deliveries challenge…

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Virus variants, vaccine deliveries challenge…
Health authority was on track to meet a goal of having 75% of all those age 65 and older vaccinated by April 1.

Jobless benefits flowing to 27,000 Oregon gig…

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Jobless benefits flowing to 27,000 Oregon gig…
But state agency says federal law tightens proof of income from current and future recipients.

1996: Road department rig windows smashed

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1996: Road department rig windows smashed
1926: Locals arrested for possessing a moonshine still, mash and four gallons of finished product

COVID risk levels continue to improve for Oregon…

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COVID risk levels continue to improve for Oregon…
Gov. Kate Brown: 'We are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel get a little brighter.'

State relaxes COVID gathring rules

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State relaxes COVID gathring rules
Oregon Health Authority also makes all adults statewide eligible for vaccine by May 1

Wagner steps down from school board

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Wagner steps down from school board
Resignation made few days before filing deadline for special district election

Second access effort resumes

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Second access effort resumes
Work to build another road out of Juniper Canyon includes a survey of area residents

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