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Fundraiser benefits Humane Society director

Fundraiser benefits Humane Society director

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An online GoFundMe fundraiser is underway to benefit Jerilee Drynan, who formerly worked at the Crook County Humane Society, and who recently had…
Taking a seat while walking the wetlands

Taking a seat while walking the wetlands

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Rotary Club of Crook County and Crook County On The Move team up to add benches at the Crooked River Wetland Complex
Growing a garden of love

Growing a garden of love

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The Prineville Presbyterian Church has provided a community garden for the community's betterment for 15 years
Relay For Life won't stop for COVID-19

Relay For Life won't stop for COVID-19

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The annual American Cancer Society fundraiser is coming to a neighborhood near you Saturday, July 25
Feeding the need

Feeding the need

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More gthan 600 volunteer hours were contributed and 1,061 households worth of food were given away June 11 and 12 at the Crook County Fairgrounds
1920: Former policeman gets prison sentence

1920: Former policeman gets prison sentence

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1945: A longtime local resident is killed by an enraged bull east of Prineville
30 incredible years of serving the schools

30 incredible years of serving the schools

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Jan Martin has served Sisters and Crook County school districts, will retire July 1
Golden career celebration

Golden career celebration

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Woody Puckett pleasantly surprised by a parade celebration by his co-workers and supervisors at Endura Products when he reached his 50-year work…
Learning spiritual lessons from the pandemic

Learning spiritual lessons from the pandemic

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Local pastors reflect upon the lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic and share plans for Phase 2 reopening
Against all odds

Against all odds

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Sam Santiago dreamed of becoming a military officer, but he thought the odds were against him
Appreciation cruise

Appreciation cruise

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The Crook County Rodders organized a cruise Thursday to show first responders their appreciation at St. Charles Prineville, Crook County Sheriff's…
More than just coffee

More than just coffee

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Jim Kinsey and business partner Nick Randle opened their new business, Upright Coffee Company, last week, but this is just the beginning for the…
Teaming up for a common cause

Teaming up for a common cause

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A group of complete strangers rally together when a man reaches out on social media in a cry for help
Scrubbing in with the top Navy doctors

Scrubbing in with the top Navy doctors

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Jim Kucera joined the Navy during the cold war, and never expected to be spending his Navy career scrubbing in on the first 13 open heart human…
Beaver battle

Beaver battle

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Though beavers have made portions of Ochoco Creek home in the past, the problem has grown worse this year
Grasshoppers and hornets and such

Grasshoppers and hornets and such

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Whoever truly fears God has no legitimate reason to ever fear anybody or anything else
The current role of the Chamber

The current role of the Chamber

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Our focus is changing to helping plan for business preparedness, sustainability and economic recovery
Bringing hope to Africa amid COVID-19

Bringing hope to Africa amid COVID-19

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Kathy Vaughan of Redeemer Ministries returns to Uganda just before COVID-19 breaks out, and struggles to feed and minister to the people in her scope…
1970: Voters reject second school district budget

1970: Voters reject second school district budget

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1920: City council ordered an ordinance drawn for the care of heavy traffic, which had become a big issue
Local author spreading timely message

Local author spreading timely message

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Author releases his first children's book, which is a colorful picture book that teaches children how to cover their coughs and sneezes
New business in the pipeline

New business in the pipeline

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Central Oregon natives to launch Krah USA business on the City of Prineville Railway
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Farmer's market summer schedule set

Farmer's market summer schedule set

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CROP has transitioned to a 501(c)3 and will focus on weekly markets at Stryker Field this summer
COVID spikes liquor store sales

COVID spikes liquor store sales

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Like many other liquor stores across Oregon, Prineville Liquor & Tobacco has seen business increase as restaurants, other alcohol outlets are closed
Grants keep Meals on Wheels program rolling

Grants keep Meals on Wheels program rolling

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The Soroptimist Senior Center operation is dependent on donations since the Neat Repeat closed recently
Lightening the load

Lightening the load

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Boy Scout Troop 9082 uses packing goats to add some fun to their overnight hiking adventures
Pandemic causes shift in local railway business

Pandemic causes shift in local railway business

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Coronavirus outbreak results in reduced rail shipping traffic, but uptick in railcar and warehouse storage
Keeping the Meals on Wheels

Keeping the Meals on Wheels

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Program needs community donations to subsidize funding as need is more urgent
1017 Project increases local cattle donations

1017 Project increases local cattle donations

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Announces immediate 166% increase in donations to food banks, shelters, churches throughout Deschutes, Crook, Jefferson counties
Online Master Gardener program draws huge interest

Online Master Gardener program draws huge interest

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Thousands throughout Oregon sign up for free, internet-based gardening program

We are in a better place than other districts

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We are in a better place than other districts
We run lean all the time and have kept enough reserve funds in place so that when hard times come, we can still provide good service

'Face of the museum' retires

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'Face of the museum' retires
Eloise Brummer retires after 26 years working for Crook County, many of which were spent at the community's Bowman Museum

Local churches embracing cyber-Sunday options

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Local churches embracing cyber-Sunday options
Social distancing mandates rule out gathering in church buildings, so churches have turned to live-streaming, social media and more to reach their…

Business communication during a pandemic

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Business communication during a pandemic
As difficult as it is trying to keep up on normal business practices, there are ways to communicate to customers and the public

A standout high school leader

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A standout high school leader
Crook County High School principal Michelle Jones wins FFA award for her support of the ag program, career and technical education programs

Local Mosaic facility adds retail pharmacy

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Local Mosaic facility adds retail pharmacy
All Mosaic patients and members of the community can use the new Mosaic Pharmacy

Spreading sunshine in dark times

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Spreading sunshine in dark times
Local resident Rebecca Swearingen brings a smile to local veterans with her bags of sunshine

An uncommon life

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An uncommon life
Martin Morisette shares the remarkable highlights of his life in the United States Navy and his civilian life

Gearing up for another summer school session

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Gearing up for another summer school session
Kiwanis Club and local school district will once again hold annual summer school program

Adjusting to new restaurant rules

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Adjusting to new restaurant rules
With local residents at home, takeout is still a viable option for supporting and enjoying your favorite restaurant

The weight of things invisible

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The weight of things invisible
Consider that shifting winds can be a reminder that some of the most precious and important realities in life are beyond our five senses

Leading the way and making sparks

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Leading the way and making sparks
Rose Waibel leads the way as the first female welder intern at Proline Fabrication

Data-keepers are the core of care

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Data-keepers are the core of care
COCC program trains students for diverse, developing field of Health Information Management

Neat Repeat doing business as usual

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Neat Repeat doing business as usual
The community is also urged to continue donations at the Second Street Entrance

Please be kind and helpful during outbreak

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Please be kind and helpful during outbreak
Check on your elderly neighbors, and make local purchases to avoid any unnecessary traveling

Cooking up state accolades

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Cooking up state accolades
CCHS instructor Macy Hagensee named Culinary Teacher of the Year by Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association while high school culinary team places…

The value of hands on training in the fire science field

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The value of hands on training in the fire science field
CCHS senior Ethan Cossitt is gaining valuable skills in the field as part of his internship at CCFR, made possible through CTE internship program at…

Keeping the product local

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Keeping the product local
Prineville Produce owners Patrick and Becky Clark try to make quality fruits and vegetables available to local patrons

State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus rules

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State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus rules
The gathering won't be rescheduled, but students will still get to compete in rescheduled competitions.

Bringing 'Knucklehead' body art to Prineville

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Bringing 'Knucklehead' body art to Prineville
Tim Thomas provides a wide array of subject matter and styles of tattoos as well as a lot of custom orders and designs in black and white and color

Prineville mayor to speak at 'What's Brewing?' forum

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Prineville mayor to speak at 'What's Brewing?' forum
Crook County Middle School to host art show and silent auction this Thursday at the school

March 1 means it's go-time for parks staff

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March 1 means it's go-time for parks staff
There is a nervous anticipation among parks maintenance staff to see if the prep work done during fall, winter was good enough

Roundup gala raises $10,000

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Roundup gala raises $10,000
Sold out event early last month benefits roundup queen and mulitple organizations supported by roundup

Celebrating supporters of a ministry

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Celebrating supporters of a ministry
St. Vincent de Paul is the patron saint of the ministry, and he dedicated his life to helping and serving the poor

Soaring to new heights

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Soaring to new heights
This month marks two years since Ronald Forseth began working for local Flying Car company, Samson Sky

The importance of strategic planning

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The importance of strategic planning
It is determining what you want to accomplish, and how you plan to direct your organization and use your resources towards achieving your goals

Paddy Pint registration open through March 15

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Paddy Pint registration open through March 15
Chamber of Commerce-led Prineville Perk will be held Friday morning at 7th Street Dental

School board selects top five name choices for new school

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School board selects top five name choices for new school
Board members are open to local community input before they choose a name on March 9

A hydrogen-fueled race to learn

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A hydrogen-fueled race to learn
High school robotics and computer science students are building hydrogen fuel cell racing cars for a future competition

New ownership and new options

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New ownership and new options
Carriage Place is changing ownership and management is planning to add a Medicaid contract for clients

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