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Games & Puzzle Corner

Games & Puzzle Corner

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Looking to play some games? We've got you covered with mini-crosswords, word searches, and sudoku!
Providing affordable options for women's clothing in…

Providing affordable options for women's clothing in…

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The Wild Rose Boutique has moved to a new location next to the Posie Shoppe and has gained a vendor for women's lingerie
Ochoco Irrigation District Partnering to serve the community

Ochoco Irrigation District Partnering to serve the community

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OID is proud of their partnerships with the City of Prineville, Crook County and others that result in greater community benefits than would not be…
Bishop Point S is bought by Gill's Point S Tire and Auto…

Bishop Point S is bought by Gill's Point S Tire and Auto…

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The Prineville business was previously founded and operated by the Ray Bishop family for three generations
High Desert Food and Farm Alliance to offer farm tours this…

High Desert Food and Farm Alliance to offer farm tours this…

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The Trail, which includes a variety of Crook County stops, offers a self-guided adventure through Central Oregon to help visitors and locals alike…
We all belong to God and each other

We all belong to God and each other

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I want to challenge you all, where could you experience this sense of belonging?
Marv Sumner named 2022 Crooked River Grand Marshal

Marv Sumner named 2022 Crooked River Grand Marshal

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Sumner has a love for rodeo, and will get to enjoy rodeo this summer in a way he never has before, thanks to his new title
Read off the beaten path this summer at the Crook County…

Read off the beaten path this summer at the Crook County…

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Each year, we work within a general theme for the Summer Reading Program, and this year's is 'Read Beyond the Beaten Path.'
Fostering values and discipleship to youth

Fostering values and discipleship to youth

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The Awana Club has been active in Prineville for 40 years, and teaches youth important Bible truths and values
Camp CurreyEarly Military Encampment on Silver Creek

Camp CurreyEarly Military Encampment on Silver Creek

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Camp named for Colonel George Currey, an officer in 1st Oregon Volunteer Infantry
BACK IN TIME: 1972 - Fireworks show moved to the viewpoint

BACK IN TIME: 1972 - Fireworks show moved to the viewpoint

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1912: Prineville precipitation shatters previous records by a more than three-fold margin
High Desert Dance Arts is showcasing story ballet

High Desert Dance Arts is showcasing story ballet

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High Desert Dance Arts will perform Coppelia, a fun and light-hearted ballet
High school drama presenting 'Our Town' to Prineville

High school drama presenting 'Our Town' to Prineville

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Performances will take place in the high school auditorium Thursday-Saturday, May 26-28
Crook County student creates award-winning design

Crook County student creates award-winning design

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Graphic design student Jose Martinez won a $400 prize for his (O[yes]) contest entry
GARDENING JOURNEYS: Focusing on fire-resistant landscaping

GARDENING JOURNEYS: Focusing on fire-resistant landscaping

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What can we do to save our property and our lives as we enter the hot dry months of this coming summer?
Mann Mortgage finds a colorful way to honor true heroes

Mann Mortgage finds a colorful way to honor true heroes

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Holds coloring contest so elementary students can honor police, military, firefighters and other heroes
Rimrock Trails Treatment Services reopens its doors

Rimrock Trails Treatment Services reopens its doors

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After being closed for eight months, the adolescent treatment center opened April 18 and will provide 24 beds
Will cloud seeding help Central Oregon irrigators?

Will cloud seeding help Central Oregon irrigators?

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Idaho Power adds about 100-million acre feet of water a year with the technology
Restoring a meadow near Prineville

Restoring a meadow near Prineville

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John and Lynn Breese have utilized a grant from National Resource Conservation Service to cut juniper on 100 acres of land to restore a meadow and…
National Day of Prayer to be observed at Crook County…

National Day of Prayer to be observed at Crook County…

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Crook County community leaders, citizens, and pastors will unite in prayer Thursday, May 5
May at the Museum returns to Prineville with free lectures

May at the Museum returns to Prineville with free lectures

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Authors Kurt Nelson and Steve Lent will be featuring lectures to the public at the Bowman Museum community room
Bloom season begins April 30 at Hidden Falls Garden

Bloom season begins April 30 at Hidden Falls Garden

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Kristi Breese collaborated with the Crook County Garden Club on Saturday to offer consultation on summer planting projects
Q&A: Candidates for Metro president talk regional issues

Q&A: Candidates for Metro president talk regional issues

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The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates; not all responded.
Bringing a sense of community into the classroom at Crook…

Bringing a sense of community into the classroom at Crook…

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The students of Steins Pillar Elementary do not have their own school library, so they take monthly field trips to the Crook County Library
Wild Ride Brewery and Tap Room to open soon in Prineville

Wild Ride Brewery and Tap Room to open soon in Prineville

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The Prineville location, which somewhat mirrors the Redmond venue, will include a brewhouse, tap room, four food trucks and multiple fire pits on the…
Parks and Rec board in search of new director

Parks and Rec board in search of new director

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Board announces changes to fee structure, future focus on district upgrades
A historian and a visionary of Crook County history

A historian and a visionary of Crook County history

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As Steve Lent retired last week from his role as historian of Bowman Museum, members of the community payed homage to his legacy and accomplishments…
Students enjoy Camp Tumbleweed

Students enjoy Camp Tumbleweed

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Campers got to take part in fun activities such as coding and robotics, making slime, building solar ovens, making LED lightning bugs and building…
Spotlight on board member Brian Barney

Spotlight on board member Brian Barney

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Barney would like folks to know that they are doing their best to keep farming and ranching viable.
Transition from free range on forest lands to permitted use

Transition from free range on forest lands to permitted use

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Early forest rangers administered the changes that soon became an accepted way of doing business

Crook County Kids Club expands coverage with financial support…

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Crook County Kids Club expands coverage with financial support…
The funding from Kiwanis makes it possible to open the doors of the Crook County Kids Club to all who need their services

Prineville painter is capturing moments in time

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Prineville painter is capturing moments in time
Glenn Ness looks at art as a way for him to tell stories, while celebrating the need we all have to connect to each other and to our surroundings

Staying connected to her heritage

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Staying connected to her heritage
Arlene Birge turned 100 years old in March, and her life reflects a century of incredible experiences and the importance of family

1972: Prison inmates speak to students on drug abuse

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1972: Prison inmates speak to students on drug abuse
1947: Local judge hands out $10 fines to three men who dumped their garbage on another property

Making desciples in a post-truth world, Part 2

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Making desciples in a post-truth world, Part 2
The futility of our culture and its rapid decline is exactly what one would expect when the foundations of truth, knowledge are rejected in favor of…

Annual Ochoco Creek cleanup event fast approaching

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Annual Ochoco Creek cleanup event fast approaching
The March 26 event is on the fifth year, and is asking for volunteers to meet at Pioneer park at 12 p.m.

What is in your water? Just ask Prineville's Box R Analysis…

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What is in your water? Just ask Prineville's Box R Analysis…
Prineville has its own water analysis laboratory to test well water, drinking water, and municipalities, in addition to wastewater testing

Creating a community art center in Prineville

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Creating a community art center in Prineville
It has been the dream of Artists Rae Holton and Jodi Kerr to create a place to showcase artists and workshops, and the Art Corral has accomplished…

OID and farmers are bracing for record low irrigation season

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OID and farmers are bracing for record low irrigation season
Prineville and Ochoco reservoirs are at record low levels, and SNOTEL levels are also below normal

Drought outlook likely means very low allocations

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Drought outlook likely means very low allocations
Our local farmers and ranchers who depend on irrigation water from Prineville and Ochoco reservoirs are likely to be in for a rough summer

Crook County Library receives grant for increasing bilingual…

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Crook County Library receives grant for increasing bilingual…
Grant funds translation of welcoming, directional content for new digital display and translation to Spanish of library policy, procedure documents

Poetry gets loud at CCHS

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Poetry gets loud at CCHS
Drama instructor brings Poetry Out Loud competition back to Crook County High School with Cecily Cooper winning the school competition

Prineville Senior Center hires new coordinator

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Prineville Senior Center hires new coordinator
Stephanie Jones began her new position the last week of January, as the organization has made a new transition the past year and are gearing up for…

Prineville business owners offer natural and savory treats from…

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Prineville business owners offer natural and savory treats from…
Linda and Sonny Stephenson brought their business, L & S Farm and Garden from LaPine, and offer a wide variety of homemade seasonings, preserves,…

U.S. Supreme Court declines to review 'grazing priority' legal…

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U.S. Supreme Court declines to review 'grazing priority' legal…
Jordan Valley family's legal battle regarding priority access to nearby federal allotments is now over

Prineville CPA firm acquired by Capstone Certified Public…

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Prineville CPA firm acquired by Capstone Certified Public…
Evans, Bartlett, Higbe, and Porter, CPAs LLP, changed their name on Jan. 1, but stressed that they will continue the same excellent customer service…

The spirit of giving with a competitive spin

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The spirit of giving with a competitive spin
Community businesses, agencies, and schools enjoyed some camaraderie and competition when gathering food boxes for the annual food drive for the…

Crook County Veteran Services welcomes new faces

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Crook County Veteran Services welcomes new faces
Sean Kirk and Nancy Laude have joined the team at Crook County Veteran Services, and and willing and ready to serve local veterans

Prineville business features state of the art automated machine…

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Prineville business features state of the art automated machine…
Brian Morisette, president and sole machinist for Morisette Manufacturing, recently realized his dream of upgrading his CNC equipment

Library reopening to in-person

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Library reopening to in-person
The facility will also offer an online Oregon Humanities Conversation Project next week

Clothing and accessories for the everyday guy

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Clothing and accessories for the everyday guy
Dirty Arrow Street Wear is owned by mother and daughter, Kim Johnston and Maggie Gonzalez, respectively, and offers clothing and accessories for men

A special Christmas dinner

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A special Christmas dinner
Local resident found that providing a Christmas meal for visitors of Craig's Compassionate Café blessed her as much as those who participated

Frontline medical workers battle burnout with spirituality

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Frontline medical workers battle burnout with spirituality
Spiritual focus has helped frontline medical workers battle through the ongoing pandemic

Life becomes more interesting where the pavement ends

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Life becomes more interesting where the pavement ends
Western Author, Rick Steber, recently released his fifth edition of his series, 'Western Prose and Poems'

A café with a western flare

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A café with a western flare
Located in Aspen Parks Center, The Wrangler offers pool, games, and good food in an old western atmosphere

Wiltse, and early religious leader

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Wiltse, and early religious leader
From Hay Creek to Bear Creek, Wiltse was an active evangelist and homesteader

He Stands at the Door and Knocks

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He Stands at the Door and Knocks
Don't let worldly wealth shield you from spiritual need; 'Because you say, 'I am rich, and have become wealthy, and have need of nothing,' and you do…

A night of three-one Act Plays

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A night of three-one Act Plays
On December 10 and 11, the Crook County High School Drama will present a night of 3-One Act Plays

Convenience and quality on the south side of town

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Convenience and quality on the south side of town
The Main Street Market is a neighborhood store, and patrons can enjoy a wide variety of breakfast and lunch food, snacks and beverages

All lit up? Enter the Chamber's Keeping Spirits Bright contest

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All lit up? Enter the Chamber's Keeping Spirits Bright contest
Who's got the best decorated house in town? It's time to enter the annual Chamber contest.

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