Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Do we have the  faith to allow Jesus to change us?

Do we have the faith to allow Jesus to change us?

Central Oregonian - News
Jesus wants to heal us and help us; He is ready, willing and able and proved that with the company he kept
Similar tragic deaths near Opal Springs

Similar tragic deaths near Opal Springs

Central Oregonian - News
Two young girls fall to their death in Jefferson County exactly 25 years apart in time
Filing now open for 2020 election

Filing now open for 2020 election

Central Oregonian - News
Three county incumbents have already filed for re-election; many offices up for grabs from local to federal
Boquist content to bend political rules to make his points

Boquist content to bend political rules to make his points

Portland Tribune - News
With headlines and national attention, controversial state senator seemed to be a politician out of control. A closer look shows someone of…
50 great years of mission work

50 great years of mission work

Central Oregonian - News
Linda Sharp followed her faith, and that decision led her to working in a village in West Africa
Puncturevine presenting a prickly problem in Prineville

Puncturevine presenting a prickly problem in Prineville

Central Oregonian - News
Presence of noxious weed increasing as community leaders wrestle with how to handle it
Brown drops special session on death penalty law

Brown drops special session on death penalty law

Portland Tribune - News
Governor says there wasn't enough support for changes to the measure; GOP leaders say it's a 'lost opportunity' for victims.
1994: School bus shortage in 'crisis stage'

1994: School bus shortage in 'crisis stage'

Central Oregonian - News
Crook County voters approved bond to fund buildings on COCC campus 50 years ago
Freshman Drazan takes top spot as Republicans shake up…

Freshman Drazan takes top spot as Republicans shake up…

Portland Tribune - News
GOP caucus held a Sept. 16 vote to elect new legislative leaders, but will not say what the vote count was.
Gov. Brown's lawyer Isaak declines appeals court post

Gov. Brown's lawyer Isaak declines appeals court post

Portland Tribune - News
Judicial appointment scuttled by controversy linked to sudden resignation of Oregon's public records advocate.
Oregon adds jobs in August, unemployment steady at 4%

Oregon adds jobs in August, unemployment steady at 4%

Portland Tribune - News
Officials said Oregon's employment growth has slowed from the rapid expansion during the prior years.
Regional governments team up to help with home renovations

Regional governments team up to help with home renovations

Central Oregonian - News
City of Prineville, Crook County join agreement to apply for grant to provide home repair funds to low-income families
Farm to Table dinner menu will feature local bounty

Farm to Table dinner menu will feature local bounty

Central Oregonian - News
CROP fundraiser helps sustain necessities to fund farmers market space, market, associated services
Come be part of the plan

Come be part of the plan

Central Oregonian - News
City of Prineville planning staff is hosting two public events next week at the Barnes Butte Recreation Area to collect input as part of its master…
What kind of friend will you be?

What kind of friend will you be?

Central Oregonian - News
True friendship is willing to sacrifice comfort, position, money, time, and reputation for a friend
Enduring tragic homestead days to become a successful farmer

Enduring tragic homestead days to become a successful farmer

Central Oregonian - News
Pioneer Leslie Potter lost her father and brother in accidents, but went on to run a farm on McKay Creek for 25 years
Public records council wants independent advocate

Public records council wants independent advocate

Portland Tribune - News
Moves are a first step to clearing up gray areas in 2017 law creating the public records advocate.
Horses the star attraction for upcoming Cowboy Gathering

Horses the star attraction for upcoming Cowboy Gathering

Central Oregonian - News
Darcy Bedortha has founded H.O.R.S.E.S. Equine Assisted Therapy and Learning
Revisiting the history of Powell Butte spuds

Revisiting the history of Powell Butte spuds

Central Oregonian - News
Spudtacular event will take place Sept. 21 to raise funds for Powell Butte Community Center
Repainting the 'CC'

Repainting the 'CC'

Central Oregonian - News
Crook County Judge Seth Crawford and Blaine Noland, a local painting and construction business owner, are teaming up to repaint the logo on the hill…
1919: Prineville feels sugar shortage pinch

1919: Prineville feels sugar shortage pinch

Central Oregonian - News
1944: City Council approves walkway construction for the Main Street bridge
Commission taps Strickler to lead ODOT

Commission taps Strickler to lead ODOT

Portland Tribune - News
Head of the highway division replaces Matt Garrett, who stepped down in June after leading agency for 14 years.
Health department completes opioid assessment

Health department completes opioid assessment

Central Oregonian - News
Document suggests issues with opiates is just beginning to emerge in Crook County
New leaders join the Crook County School District

New leaders join the Crook County School District

Central Oregonian - News
School district adds several new people to its administrative team this school year
Prineville expansion on track for a March 2020 opening

Prineville expansion on track for a March 2020 opening

Central Oregonian - News
Addition provides 6,300 more square feet of new space, resulting in 12 new exam rooms, two procedure rooms, and more
Oregon's public records advocate squeezed by politics,…

Oregon's public records advocate squeezed by politics,…

Portland Tribune - News
Ginger McCall, hired a year ago to improve transparency, wrote that governor's office wanted to control agenda of new records council.
Steps taken to upgrade storm water system

Steps taken to upgrade storm water system

Central Oregonian - News
City of Prineville purchases property to utilize for storm water treatment and draining in first step toward increasing capacity of aging system
Continue seeking joy, even in tough times

Continue seeking joy, even in tough times

Central Oregonian - News
Remember to call out to the Lord when you face problems and become distressed and He will answer you
Roba Ranch house on National Register of Historic Places

Roba Ranch house on National Register of Historic Places

Central Oregonian - News
George Roba, who came from Czechoslovakia, raised sheep and cattle on the ranch built near Paulina
Week 1 high school football scores are here

Week 1 high school football scores are here

Lake Oswego Review - Sports
Check out all the big scores and results from the first week of the high school season

Plotting the future for all community parks

Central Oregonian - News
Plotting the future for all community parks
A consulting firm is helping the local parks district, city to craft a master plan for all parks in Crook County

Prineville man killed in Thursday evening crash

Central Oregonian - News
Prineville man killed in Thursday evening crash
Two vehicle collision claims life of Matthew Herrera, two other Prineville residents injured

Training to teach math concepts

Central Oregonian - News
Training to teach math concepts
Local elementary school teachers receive professional training to improve math instruction

Modernizing an aging irrigation system

Central Oregonian - News
Modernizing an aging irrigation system
Ochoco Irrigation District seeks federal dollars to replace pumps, pipe canals and more

Oregon reports first vaping-related death

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon reports first vaping-related death
Investigators say resident died in July after using e-cigarette to inhale cannabis

CCFR adds new battalion chief

Central Oregonian - News
CCFR adds new battalion chief
Dan Drayton, who has 16 years experience with Redmond Fire, has joined the staff

1944: Vandals paint Nazi swastika on home, car of…

Central Oregonian - News
1944: Vandals paint Nazi swastika on home, car of…
Inspectors pleased with the project made on the Ochoco Dam in 1919, 100 years ago

Hass makes it official: He's running for secretary…

Portland Tribune - News
Hass makes it official: He's running for secretary…
Washington County senator says statewide office 'needs someone strong there.'

Sunday crash results in DUII citation

Central Oregonian - News
Sunday crash results in DUII citation
Prineville man arrested for DUII following early Sunday morning crash on Powell Butte Highway

Local man avoids injury in collision with utility…

Central Oregonian - News
Local man avoids injury in collision with utility…
Mitchell Wells fails to negotiate corner and vehicle goes airborn before hitting pole and landing top down

Focusing on election security

Central Oregonian - News
Focusing on election security
Crook County Clerk, Elections Deputy attend event to work on keeping elections safe from outside interference

What can you do to stop an overdose?

Central Oregonian - News
What can you do to stop an overdose?
Crook County Health Department offering class on opioid overdose education and how to administer Naloxone, which can reverse overdoses

Cutting into forestry education

Central Oregonian - News
Cutting into forestry education
The CCHS Natural Resource Program adds portable sawmill and will feature several different classes for high school students

Oregon DHS overwhelmed by applications for child…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon DHS overwhelmed by applications for child…
Agency says more than 5,400 people want to fill 313 new jobs to help place foster children in new homes.

Finishing Strong

Central Oregonian - News
Finishing Strong
If we do not have projects or goals in life, we are not fulfilling a basic need in our life

Central Oregon pioneer and stage driver

Central Oregonian - News
Central Oregon pioneer and stage driver
James Toney drove stage from Shaniko to Prineville for many years and later bought a stage line

Elm Street bridge expected to reopen by end of…

Central Oregonian - News
Elm Street bridge expected to reopen by end of…
Work to replace aging bridge by park is on schedule and should pick up momentum by middle of September

Brown recall petitions scoop up signatures at state…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown recall petitions scoop up signatures at state…
Governor's critics find an outlet for their dissatisfaction by focusing on her environmental proposals and urban-rural split.

Phishing scheme gains entry to Oregon Judicial…

Portland Tribune - News
Phishing scheme gains entry to Oregon Judicial…
Private information of more than 6,000 people was exposed, but none has been used inappropriately, the department says.

Special session looms to fix death penalty changes

Portland Tribune - News
Special session looms to fix death penalty changes
Lawmakers said legislation would not apply to previous cases, but DOJ said it might mean affect 30 inmates on Oregon's death row.

Grand opening is a splash

Central Oregonian - News
Grand opening is a splash
Local kids rejoice as the Prineville splash pad finally has its grand opening

1919: Human skeleton discovered

Central Oregonian - News
1919: Human skeleton discovered
Paul B. Kelly Lumber Company sawmill closed after three years in business in 1944

Oregon's Brown greets Jeff freshmen with billions…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Brown greets Jeff freshmen with billions…
Governor says new funding a 'total and complete game changer for eduction in Oregon.'

ODOT truck rear-ends truck and trailer

Central Oregonian - News
ODOT truck rear-ends truck and trailer
Prineville man Robert Broughton collides with local motorist Zachary Smith

Hydro power project needs fish passage waiver to…

Central Oregonian - News
Hydro power project needs fish passage waiver to…
Project leaders claim reduction of total dissolved gases from power plant would result in harm to fewer fish

Heat, tighter rules could limit valley field burning

Portland Tribune - News
Heat, tighter rules could limit valley field burning
Grass seed growers typically torch fields in early July and the season ends when all registered acres have been burned, or when the weather turns…

All Crook County inmates are now in the new jail

Central Oregonian - News
All Crook County inmates are now in the new jail
The final Crook County inmates housed in Jefferson County were transported to Prineville for incarceration on Aug. 16

Empty yourself to help others

Central Oregonian - News
Empty yourself to help others
When we give of ourselves without regard for self, we imitate Christ and how He gave of himself for us

Dems back off threat to fine Republicans for walkout

Portland Tribune - News
Dems back off threat to fine Republicans for walkout
Instead, Democrats will push bills to change the quorum requirements to a simple majority - rather than two-thirds - to stop future walkouts.

Town of Caleb rises and falls in early 1900s

Central Oregonian - News
Town of Caleb rises and falls in early 1900s
At its peak, the community's population reached 26 people and included a post office, blacksmith shop, saloon, hotel and store

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