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Cruise to the Center of Oregon

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Crook County Rodders will once again host their annual car show at Crook County Fairgrounds July 20

Equipment distributor and rental company opens Prineville…

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H&E Equipment Services opened its local facility on July 1 after operating an onsite rental site since March 2018

Precious Byrd will kick off the 2019 Picnic in the Park…

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Verizon is offering free backpacks to children this Sunday, July 21, 1 to 4 p.m. while supplies last

Quilt show enjoys success during Roundup week

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Crook County Quilt Guild's biennial show draws a crowd of nearly 400 during the two-day event

Waiting to see the fruits of her efforts

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High school sophomore and Crook County 4-H member Jenny McKinnon is busy raising her steer for county fair

Great customer service in our small-town community

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Chamber will be implementing a new program in the coming months to reward businesses and employees that go above and beyond with customer service

CRR Horse Races start Wednesday

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Mid Oregon Credit Union and GoFundMe accounts have been set up to support one of our own in the community with medical expenses

The little book store ... that's hiding in plain sight

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Chapters, operated by the Friends of the Crook County Library, is sometimes missed by library patrons

Centering prayer

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Two groups in Crook County are meeting weekly to participate in a centuries-old practice of silent praying

Domino's delivering in Prineville

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Domino's owners hire 30 locals to make pizzas and subs at their new Combs Flat Road location

Something for everyone this Independence Day in Prineville

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Tiny Bubbles Pet Grooming to host Prineville Perk this Friday, July 5 from 8 to 8:30 a.m.

The star of the PAC

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Retired Prineville doctor Denny Thomas pays a visit to the Prineville Athletic Club nearly every day to exercise

Oregonians Credit Union hosts Perk and Hot Dog Gala Friday

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Chamber hosts Stampede Street Party and Cattle Drive this Wednesday evening

Take advantage of our 8-Hour Sale

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The Central Oregonian 8-Hour Mega Sale is 'One Day Only,' don't miss out on these savings!

Crypto and its effect on calves and humans

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Disease caused by microscopic parasites can be transmitted by sick calves, lambs, piglets and goats to humans

Preorder your 8-Hour Mega Sale ads before 5 p.m. on June 20

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Annual Father's Day Weekend Fly-in and Pancake Breakfast this Sunday at Prineville Airport from 8 to 11 a.m.

This summer, explore a Universe of Stories at Crook County…

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The Super Stellar Summer Reading Program Kick-off Party is set for Saturday afternoon, June 15 in the library parking lot

Serving people for the glory of God

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Prineville Church of Christ Clothing Room Ministry serves community members in need

A SADD celebration

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The community Popsicles in the Park event raises funds for Students Against Destructive Decisions students

Tourism and small towns: smart growth in Prineville

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Tourism dollars have a lasting effect in Prineville, a town that seems to have mostly small businesses

Legacy Dance Co. Showcase Recital 2019 this Sunday

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Western Title hosting Chamber's Prineville Perk this Friday morning in Prineville

Mustangs race toward the future

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Crooked River Elementary teacher spearheads a project to decorate nearby fences with mustang figures

After the Bell offers summer program

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The after-school program for elementary students has expanded to a full-time summer schedule

New produce business sprouts

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Prineville Produce owners plan to remain open year-round and will take produce orders in the off season

Robberson Ford Peanut Butter Drive underway

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Crook County Booster Athlete of the Year Dinner to be held this Saturday, June 1, tickets available at Foundry 4 Coffee + Whiskey and Central…

Popsicles in the Park: Celebrating Prineville's drug and…

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SADD students host the event next Friday to raise money to attend national conference

Lest We Forget: A legacy of military service

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Stanley Elliott, who served during the Vietnam War, is part of a family that has served in every American war except the Korean War since World War I

Parkinson's organization expands services to Prineville

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Parkinson's Resources of Oregon offers an educational program in Prineville to help patients and loved ones better understand Parkinson's disease

Scout-O-Rama lands in Prineville

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Local Boy Scouts invite public to campout to spread the word that Scouts are still Scouts

Creating something beautiful

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Home Beautiful Oregon and Meandering Maker settle into new Northwest Fourth Street location

Robberson Ford Peanut Butter Drive kicks off

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May at the Museum lecture series concludes Thursday with traveling folksinger and historian Hank Cramer

A wild and educational adventure

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Wild Fest, formerly known as Fin, Fire and Feather, drew about 800 students in grades 1-3 to Ochoco Creek Park to learn many lessons about native…

Dillon's legacy of community service

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Dillon's Grill partners with local organizations to host a Flag Expansion Fundraiser on Father's Day weekend

Crowns and cowboy hats

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The public meets the new queen and grand marshal at the Crooked River Roundup Banquet and Queen Coronation

Growing as they truck safely along

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Stinger Transport has joined a national movement to educate young people about trucking as a viable career

Wine Down Ranch hosting CROP event

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Tickets to attend the Crook County Booster Club Athlete of the Year Dinner on Saturday, June 1 are available at Foundry 4 Coffee + Whiskey and the…

What if you could live forever?

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CCHS drama students explore the concept of immortality when they present 'Tuck Everlasting' next week

Mathletes score at Pentagames

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Nine Crook County Middle School students compete in math contest at Echo Middle School

Star party turns 20

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Long-time partners the Sunriver Nature Center and Oregon Observatory co-hosted the event Saturday

Crook County staycation

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Take a heritage walk, hit the Charm Trail or explore landmarks in our own backyard

Prineville Lions Club to host Prineville Perk at the airport

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May at the Museum this Thursday, May 9 to feature 'Sand, Snakes and Silver Wings: Women Pilots of WWII'

Making a case for tobacco use prevention

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Olivia Cooper honored as Pamplin Media's Amazing Kid from Prineville for raising awareness of the dangers of youth tobacco use

New church created from Baptist mission work

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Albany Missionary Baptist Church plants Ochoco Missionary Baptist Church in Prineville

CROP season begins May 18

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CROP Farmers Market and Farm Tours members seek to increase local tourism and economic development in Crook County

Carriage Place offering free pie with facility tour

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Mann Mortgage sponsors Chasing Charity Bingo this Wednesday to benefit Flags of Prineville

When our time comes

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We never know when our time will come, but we need to make sure Jesus is our Savior

Sharing his writing secrets

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Author Roland Smith inspires a new generation of young writers and tale-tellers

Emily Marchbanks Cline: A pioneer on the Deschutes River

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Her husband was a dentist and would travel long distances around Central Oregon to serve patients

A heart of gold

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Prineville's Jim Puckett often dips into his pocket to help those less fortunate

Back in Time

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Newly formed historical society meets to discuss how to acquire more members 50 years ago

An Easter Eggstravaganza

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Nearly 300 children come out to the Kiwanis Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt at the fairgrounds

Bringing new life to an old house

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Homestead Realty owners salvage an old ranch home to build a new office downtown

Nonstop flights to Las Vegas in September

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Meet the candidates for Crook County Fire Board on Tuesday, April 23 at Crooked River Brewing from 6-9 p.m.

Dairy Queen owners 'treat' their employees like family

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Gene and Jeri Fawbush are recognize for owning the local restaurant for 40 years

Prehistoric adventure

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Barnes Butte Elementary second-graders become paleontologists, dig for fossils at Barnes Butte Recreational Area

Leather show lands in Prineville

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The local Chamber and Shasta Leatherworks partner to offer the Prineville Leather Show April 26-27

Free Shred Day set for April 20 in Prineville

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Mann Mortgage hosting Prineville Perk with the Chamber of Commerce this Friday, April 19

Easter Egg Hunt gets new digs

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Families can hop on over to the fairgrounds Saturday, April 20 for the annual Kiwanis Community Easter Egg Hunt

Full reservoir means favorable irrigation season

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Bureau of Reclamation is in flood control mode, ramps up flows on the Crooked River

Loving hard: A tribute to Kylee Bruce

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Kylee Bruce's loved ones plan a canned food drive in her honor to benefit Redemption House Ministries

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