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FAITH: One nation under God

FAITH: One nation under God

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All Americans are free to believe what they want to believe - it's what makes our country great - but I choose to believe in God and I pray you do as…
5th District Congress race split politically, geographically

5th District Congress race split politically, geographically

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Both candidates in the Nov. 8 election live legally outside the newly-created Oregon House district.
CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Pete French, the cattle king of…

CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Pete French, the cattle king of…

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People grew to loathe the colorful figure for his domineering of water rights and large land holdings, and he was later murdered
CLOSE TO HOME: Human hearts need tending too

CLOSE TO HOME: Human hearts need tending too

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How do we, like the farmer, tend to each other and to our beloved little community?
New and very different USS Oregon joins the U.S. Navy

New and very different USS Oregon joins the U.S. Navy

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The commissioning ceremony for the Virginia-class submarine will be live streamed at 8 a.m. Saturday. May 28.
Oregon officials are monitoring monkeypox, avian flu 

Oregon officials are monitoring monkeypox, avian flu 

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Monkeypox is not a new virus, and health officials are prepared if it arrives in Oregon.
Crook County man shares a lifetime of honoring veterans

Crook County man shares a lifetime of honoring veterans

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Dan Swearingen has dedicated his career, in both law enforcement and military, and his time after retirement in serving veterans and their families
Rape suspect sentenced in Crook County Circuit Court

Rape suspect sentenced in Crook County Circuit Court

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Erik Ray Diamond, 41, was sentenced to 130 months in prison for raping a 17-year-old victim
Decluttering leads to new book by former Oregon governor

Decluttering leads to new book by former Oregon governor

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Barbara Roberts focuses on themes of public life over decades; 'my passion is still strong for those causes'
Teens & Oregon Mustangs program matches horses, trainers

Teens & Oregon Mustangs program matches horses, trainers

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100-day competition and conservation effort to culminate in Adoption Challenge event
BACK IN TIME: 1972 - Gas station attendant threatened at…

BACK IN TIME: 1972 - Gas station attendant threatened at…

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1997: Local woman recalls riding her horse as a movie extra and meeting the film's star, Kevin Costner
Shemia Fagan pledges accurate count amid 'outrageous'…

Shemia Fagan pledges accurate count amid 'outrageous'…

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Secretary of state to maintain 'oversight' role of Clackamas County election, of which Sherry Hall remains sole legal conductor
Prineville home a complete loss after fire

Prineville home a complete loss after fire

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A house fire located off of Northwest Seehale Avenue, was believed to be caused by an unattended candle last Monday
Counterfeit fentanyl a serious community threat

Counterfeit fentanyl a serious community threat

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The risk of counterfeit fentanyl poisonings a serious threat among not just youth, but all ages and demographics
Portion of Forest Service Road 42 closing for maintenance

Portion of Forest Service Road 42 closing for maintenance

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The road will be closed from the intersection with FSR 4210 to the intersection with FSR 30, with detours planned
St. Charles' mounting financial challenges lead to…

St. Charles' mounting financial challenges lead to…

Central Oregonian - News
Health system hemorrhaged $21.8 million through April, resulting in 6.7% operating loss
Oregon politics taking shape post primary

Oregon politics taking shape post primary

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National parties and political observers assess the results of the May 17 election.
Q&A: Betsy Johnson talks independent campaign for governor

Q&A: Betsy Johnson talks independent campaign for governor

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The former state senator discusses a wide range of issues, including the significance of November's election.
FAITH: The importance of Christian education in a…

FAITH: The importance of Christian education in a…

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As we continue to watch the unimaginable unfold before our eyes in our world, I do not think the importance of Christian education can be overstated
CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Maury Mountain mines a high…

CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Maury Mountain mines a high…

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Two prospectors discovered a cinnabar deposit on the north slope of Maury Mountains in 1930
Johnson goes 'full-court press' in insurgent campaign

Johnson goes 'full-court press' in insurgent campaign

Central Oregonian - News
The non-affiliated candidate for Oregon governor needs 24,000 voter signatures by Aug. 16 to make Nov. 8 ballot.
Free COCC class for new high school grads

Free COCC class for new high school grads

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Class of 22 in-district students are eligible for four free credits to try a college class
SunLife Farm and Ranch offers lavender, bees and honey

SunLife Farm and Ranch offers lavender, bees and honey

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Business located on 160 acres of orchard grass, ponderosa pine, acres of lavender, and views of the Cascades offers diverse farming and educational…
Oregon Military Museum to reopen on Armed Forces Day

Oregon Military Museum to reopen on Armed Forces Day

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Camp Withycombe's historic park displays honor members of six branches of service.
BACK IN TIME: 1912 - Man badly injured while blasting rock

BACK IN TIME: 1912 - Man badly injured while blasting rock

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1997: Spray area rancher and logger struck by lightning and killed while on horeseback rounding up cattle
Prineville woman suspected of importing and distributing…

Prineville woman suspected of importing and distributing…

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Judith L. Carter arrested after Madras traffic stop reveals commercial quantity of meth, counterfeit prescription pills made of fentanyl
Ensuring each student's success a priority in Crook County…

Ensuring each student's success a priority in Crook County…

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Mitigating for a crisis at the student level, the CCSD leadership team has identified five main priorities, which are broken down in this article
2022 High Desert Food and Farm Directory now available

2022 High Desert Food and Farm Directory now available

Central Oregonian - News
HDFFA features easy-to-use icons that connect users with the local products as well as a map to navigate to them
Crook County school bond measure still too close to call

Crook County school bond measure still too close to call

Central Oregonian - News
Initial unofficial results show 137 more no votes on school bond and Commissioner Brian Barney winning another term by a wide margin
Nearly $1 million are on their way to help fight wildfires…

Nearly $1 million are on their way to help fight wildfires…

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Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council and Heart of Oregon Corps awarded nearly $1M in Oregon Conservation Corps funds to launch Central Oregon…

Crook County voters encouraged to use drop boxes on…

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Crook County voters encouraged to use drop boxes on…
Results to be posted on Central Oregonian website Tuesday evening and on county clerk website

Primary is end of beginning of 2022 election

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Primary is end of beginning of 2022 election
Former Oregon Sen. Betsy Johnson (D-Scappoose) iwill start running for governor backed by $1.75 million in contributions from Nike CEO.

Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season

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Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season
The sustained dry periods make trees and other vegetation more likely to ignite if hit by lighting or human carelessness.

FAITH: Come, everyone who thirsts

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FAITH: Come, everyone who thirsts
If we are not careful to keep our focus on the gospel of Jesus Christ, we will not be able to overcome

CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Local youngsters discover…

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CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Local youngsters discover…
Old medicine bottle found in a cave near Steins Pillar features note written in 1886

Prineville couple, Herbology owners arrested for…

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Prineville couple, Herbology owners arrested for…
Robert and Fawn Griffin face several drug-related charges as detectives find 1,880 plants, 168 pounds of processed marijuana, case and firearms

OCHOCO IRRIGATION DISTRICT: April showers bring ...…

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OCHOCO IRRIGATION DISTRICT: April showers bring ...…
Ochoco Irrigation District highlights board member and longtime Crook County farmer Steve Forrester

Political notebook: Schrader trouble, Kristof cash,…

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Political notebook: Schrader trouble, Kristof cash,…
Political moves continue as the May 17 primary election voting deadline nears.

Oregon concedes housing love-letter ban is…

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Oregon concedes housing love-letter ban is…
State attorney general's office agrees to pay Realtors $64,000 for costs in fighting legislation seeking to address discrimination

The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office is currently…

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The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office is currently…
Braxton Michael Monson fled a traffic stop and is believed to frequent Madras and Prineville

PARKS & REC: We are getting ready to welcome our…

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PARKS & REC: We are getting ready to welcome our…
Many Parks and Rec programs you count on for summer fun are now open for registration

BACK IN TIME: 1997 - Teen warns kids on danger of…

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BACK IN TIME: 1997 - Teen warns kids on danger of…
18-year-old asked to speak to students about his personal accidental shooting experience with loaded weapon

Spirit Mountain funds Oregon inmates working in…

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Spirit Mountain funds Oregon inmates working in…
$7,500 grant restarts nonprofit Lettuce Grow's programs in correctional facilities whose participants have reduced recidivism

Primary vote counting could drag into June

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Primary vote counting could drag into June
A new Oregon law allows mail-in votes to be counted if they arrive at election offices a week after the May 17 primary.

Crook County is the second highest incoming…

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Crook County is the second highest incoming…
A study completed by online financial organization analyzes GDP, business growth

Dr. Sara Johnson, Superintendent of Crook County…

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Dr. Sara Johnson, Superintendent of Crook County…
A profile of Dr. Sara Johnson, who is at the helm of the Crook County Schools, and her team who have successfully navigated the district through the…

Prineville man arrested in Sunriver after fleeing a…

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Prineville man arrested in Sunriver after fleeing a…
Sean McCallister, who was pulled over for routine traffic stop, initially fails to yield then runs away before being apprehended with the help of a K9

Wildfire season in Central Oregon heating up

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Wildfire season in Central Oregon heating up
Central Oregon fire season is off to an early start, and drought conditions make it crucial for people to exercise extreme caution on public lands

Crook County flu cases climbing post-mask era

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Crook County flu cases climbing post-mask era
COVID cases are on the rise, though hospitalizations remain low enough to manage

FAITH: Reflecting on the meaning of beloved

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FAITH: Reflecting on the meaning of beloved
There's little confusion as to why God's love resulted in sacrifice, and love leads us to sacrifice

CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery…

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CENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery…
Hatchery dedicated in April 1948, and plaque honoring hatchery advocate George Aitken unveiled

Nonprofit's event space embroils Oregon…

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Nonprofit's event space embroils Oregon…
Attorney general says tax-exempt group typically can provide venue for in-kind contributions, as long as third party is hosting

Sowing seeds of great library service at Crook…

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Sowing seeds of great library service at Crook…
Library able to resume programs and attract both local and national talent for job openings

Get dressed up and ready to go to the Prineville…

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Get dressed up and ready to go to the Prineville…
The annual Chamber Awards Banquet will be held at the e Grizzly Mountain Pavilion on May 21, and partygoers are encouraged to dress up and get fancy

BACK IN TIME: 1912 - Central Oregonian publishes…

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BACK IN TIME: 1912 - Central Oregonian publishes…
1997: Local resident shares what it was like to have Kevin Costner camping on his property

Poll: Drazan tops list of Republicans for Oregon…

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Poll: Drazan tops list of Republicans for Oregon…
More than 25% still undecided, but former House leader emerges from 19-candidate field with 19% of sample.

Ochoco Irrigation District in Crook County receives…

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Ochoco Irrigation District in Crook County receives…
The designated federal funds will pay for the install of 16.8 miles of buried pipe

Ballots should arrive in Crook County this week

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Ballots should arrive in Crook County this week
Election Day is May 17, and Crook County voters can expect a full ballot and a change to how late mailed ballots will be expected.

Firewood collection season opens on the Ochoco…

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Firewood collection season opens on the Ochoco…
This year, personal firewood permits are free for up to eight cords of wood in the Ochocos and CRNG

Water levels in Prineville Reservoir and Crooked…

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Water levels in Prineville Reservoir and Crooked…
It is anticipated the reservoir will be drawn down near the bottom of active capacity this summer.

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