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Adding spice to life

Adding spice to life

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John Charles wears many hats, but most recently, Charles has successfully marketed a winning BBQ sauce
OSU Extension provides free resources for safe home food…

OSU Extension provides free resources for safe home food…

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It is important to keep current with the latest canning information for both quality and safety
The process of writing a children's book

The process of writing a children's book

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CCHS alumnus Court Abell shares his adventures of writing his first children's book, including the marketing process
Baked goods and English tea

Baked goods and English tea

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Sweet Willow & Company is the location for AK's Tea and Bake Shoppe, offering English tea, baked goods and sandwiches
One more showing before fair

One more showing before fair

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The second annual jackpot steer event will be held on Sunday, July 18, giving the youth one last chance to practice showing their steers before fair
Only the name has changed

Only the name has changed

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Prineville's only brewery recently changed its name to Crooked Roots Brewing, but their fun and eclectic atmosphere, beer, food and service remain…
Business leaders needed for STEM internships

Business leaders needed for STEM internships

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Businesses in Central Oregon have an opportunity to work with youth from computer science classes in local high schools in an internship setting
Prineville welcomes back Miss Rodeo America

Prineville welcomes back Miss Rodeo America

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Miss Rodeo America 2020-2021 Jordan Tierney will be in town for the Crooked River Roundup Week
Bucking bulls and rodeo

Bucking bulls and rodeo

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Logan and Kaley Blasdell's lives revolve around rodeo, and the couple will be putting on a new event to promote rodeo and raise money for charity
Rockhound Pow Wow celebrates 75 years

Rockhound Pow Wow celebrates 75 years

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The annual rock, gem and mineral show will be at the Crook County Fairgrounds June 17-20
Trying to meet the job demand in Crook County

Trying to meet the job demand in Crook County

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The data shows that Crook County is up by 140 jobs compared to pre-COVID levels, but employers are having difficulty filling those jobs
Bringing home the gold

Bringing home the gold

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Dance teams brought back 18 first-place trophies, three second-place finishes and four dancers who were selected to All-American and All-American…
Creative and healthful foods

Creative and healthful foods

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Ron and Yolanda Jahn process and distribute their own plant-based foods, including a coffee substitute
Protecting our seniors

Protecting our seniors

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Senior Center Director Melody Kendall has been vigilant in watching over and protecting her senior population during the current pandemic
Earning a prestigious nursing scholarship

Earning a prestigious nursing scholarship

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Elizabeth Barker was presented a $200,000 nursing scholarship from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NRTOC) at CCHS
The heart of a mentor

The heart of a mentor

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Crook County Amazing Kid Olivia Kerr exhibits the ability to mentor and befriend others in need
Artisan and Crafters fair to be featured this weekend

Artisan and Crafters fair to be featured this weekend

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A good mix of vendors will be represented, including vintage, recycled, home décor, specialty foods, clothing, jewelry, candles and art
COCC summer studies open doors to fall learning

COCC summer studies open doors to fall learning

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With classes beginning June 21, COCC's summer term is a chance to fulfill required credits for fall cohorts, programs
Providing a stopping place in Prineville for cyclists…

Providing a stopping place in Prineville for cyclists…

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The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce recently applied for and received a $11,622 Travel Oregon grant that would fund a project to purchase…
The 2021 growing season is predicted to be extremely dry

The 2021 growing season is predicted to be extremely dry

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Local agriculture experts are reporting some of the lowest storage levels on record for the Ochoco and Prineville reservoirs
Making the community a better place

Making the community a better place

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Third grade students at Steins Pillar join partnership with Delta Waterfowl to create mallard nests for the Crooked River Wetlands
Just for science and fun

Just for science and fun

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Store owners Michael and Connie Rayl recently opened their new venue, Just Science, and offer a wide variety of ways to have fun with science
Doing the work the Lord has called them to do

Doing the work the Lord has called them to do

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The objective of St. Vincent de Paul is to bring spiritual rewards to the givers and to bless the receivers in the name of Jesus Christ
Making room for more blooms

Making room for more blooms

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Kristi Breese moved Hidden Falls Garden to Powell Butte and significantly expanded her inventory
Museum Events Return

Museum Events Return

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A virtual version of May at the Museum will launch Thursdays next month and People From Our Past will offer live events on Wednesdays
Never let the old man in

Never let the old man in

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Walt Wagner reflects on his life after 50, his past career with OSP, and why he hasn't slowed down
More than a lemonade stand

More than a lemonade stand

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A Prineville youth recently raised money at a lemonade stand to help homeless people in Bend with the help of Sammy's Burgers and Shakes
More than a place to cut hair

More than a place to cut hair

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Monte Gibson's nostalgic barber shop has just recently added a new barber to serve customers
Providing social and emotional learning

Providing social and emotional learning

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MountainStar recently celebrated 20 years of providing abuse and neglect prevention services to young children
Creating fun here and there

Creating fun here and there

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Owners Jeff and Jodi Kerr love getting people together to visualize and create their own art creations

Bracing for a tough water year

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Bracing for a tough water year
Like the previous year, Ochoco Irrigation District is facing drought conditions, but less water is stored in the reservoirs to start 2021

Corral Tap Room and Food Carts to open soon

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Corral Tap Room and Food Carts to open soon
The recently completed tap house will feature two food carts and a tasteful venue for clients to enjoy a fun and warm environement.

Grab your Easter baskets!

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Grab your Easter baskets!
Kiwanis Club of Prineville will host its annual Easter egg hunt this weekend after having to cancel the event last spring

Manufacturing has remained strong during the past year

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Manufacturing has remained strong during the past year
Prineville/Crook County Economic Development of Central Oregon Director Kelsey Lucas also reported that there is a lot of interest in spec industrial…

Serving the people in Paulina Country

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Serving the people in Paulina Country
Rory Rodgers reflects on the past two years serving the hard working people of Paulina

Rotary on the Radio returns

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Rotary on the Radio returns
The event, which was canceled in 2020 by pandemic, will be held virtually on April 1

Reflecting on 35 years

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Reflecting on 35 years
Cooper Electric owner Jared Cooper looks back on the last 35 years, as his family's business has served the community through good and hard times

Inside the minds of student mayors

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Inside the minds of student mayors
Prineville Mayor Jason Beebe is helping Crook County Foundation members resurrect the 'If I Were a Mayor' contest in Prineville

Restaurants poised for lower risk category

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Restaurants poised for lower risk category
After months of being in the extreme risk category, local restaurants are ready and eager to expand their indoor and outdoor dining opportunities

Battling limitations with a can-do attitude

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Battling limitations with a can-do attitude
The Crook County FFA, 4-H clubs have moved forward despite pandemic restrictions that prevent meeting in person

Going green... and going live

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Going green... and going live
Thanks to improving COVID numbers and a staggered start, the Paddy Pint will run in person

Growing business through challenges

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Growing business through challenges
In spite of the challenges thrown at them from the pandemic, Greg Lambert has grown his employment business and looks forward to a good upcoming year

Enriching lives of youth

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Enriching lives of youth
As area director for Young Life in Prineville, Bella Bonanno feels blessed to work with her parents as a team to continue the legacy they began in…

Engaging students through storytelling

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Engaging students through storytelling
Scott Buchanan brings the world into the classroom through his own world travels

Putting lending libraries on the map

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Putting lending libraries on the map
Rotary members, school staff and students are teaming up to increase the visibility of the small give-a-book/take-a-book libraries in Prineville

When indoor dining is not an option...

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When indoor dining is not an option...
Crook County has seen an increase in outdoor dining venues as weather becomes more moderate and COVID restrictions relax

Supporting veterans and families

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Supporting veterans and families
Susan Fenske, an Army veteran who experienced post trauma, founded the American Heroes Foundation to support others who are working through their own…

Keeping the rails busy with diversification

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Keeping the rails busy with diversification
The City of Prineville Railway has remained solvent even with car haulage down, and the increase in railcar leases has resulted in an increase in…

To wish upon a star

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To wish upon a star
The first annual Wishing Upon a Wish Stick event was a success, with two excited and appreciative winners

Residential construction surging in the midst of COVID

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Residential construction surging in the midst of COVID
Local residential construction businesses report an upward trend in a labor market that otherwise is in a downward slide

Wolves removed from the federal endangered list

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Wolves removed from the federal endangered list
ODFW now managing wolves statewide after wolf delisting from federal Endangered Species List

Pandemic drives increase in direct to consumer sales

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Pandemic drives increase in direct to consumer sales
This method increases profits for agriculture producers, encouraging consumers to build relationships with local farmers and ranchers

Wedding anniversary

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Wedding anniversary
Friendsview Manor residents McNulty's celebrate 65th wedding anniversary in Newberg

Shop local and treat your sweet tooth

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Shop local and treat your sweet tooth
The first annual Choclate Crawl will be held over a three-day period, Feb. 11-13

A hand up, not a handout

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A hand up, not a handout
Cindy Burback emphasizes that Redemption House Ministries tries to provide the women with the stability, empathy and compassion that is so hard to…

Library adjusts its services during pandemic closure

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Library adjusts its services during pandemic closure
The new Book Bundles service at Crook County Library is one way to access a variety of books

Bird watching is alive and well at the Wetlands

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Bird watching is alive and well at the Wetlands
Midges have four life stages and are able to survive the winter at the Wetlands

Riding the outlaw trail

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Riding the outlaw trail
Western author Rick Steber's new release of 'The Last Outlaw' features a nail-biting and invigorating story of the Old West and notorious outlaw Tobe…

Celebration equals discounts and treats

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Celebration equals discounts and treats
The Cute Cactus, a children's clothing boutique, celebrates its one-year anniversary

The show must go on

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The show must go on
In spite of a challenging year, the Prineville Follies will hold auditions and rebroadcast the program on March 5

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