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Reaching out for Thanksgiving

Reaching out for Thanksgiving

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Dillon's Grill, Eastside Church, Prineville Counseling Center and Lutheran Community Services will host A meal Thanksgiving Day
From wheat farm to couture fashion

From wheat farm to couture fashion

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Shirley Smith of Prineville has lived her career as a teacher, author and seamstress
Delivering a stitch of love

Delivering a stitch of love

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A group of Prineville women make a trek every November to the St. Charles Cancer Center as part of their Chemo Quilt Project
Can I have that À la carte?

Can I have that À la carte?

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Prineville has four food carts in the community, offering a wide variety of food
Holiday Partnership silent auction planned Monday

Holiday Partnership silent auction planned Monday

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The Central Oregonian office will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 28-29 for the Thanksgiving holiday
Santa expanding his local workshop

Santa expanding his local workshop

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The annual event, which draws hundreds of young children each year, will move from Carey Foster Hall to the indoor arena of the Crook County…
Hitting the high notes

Hitting the high notes

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Avery Chamness will learn five to six high-school level pieces of music and will join the best middle school singers in Oregon to perform with the…
The Horseshoe is open again

The Horseshoe is open again

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After closing earlier this year, Prineville's oldest bar is renovated, reopened and has new owners
Ladies Night planned for Thursday

Ladies Night planned for Thursday

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Christmas in the Pines and Grimes Christmas Scene hosting Friday's Prineville Perk
What the new gnu knew that the old gnu didn't know

What the new gnu knew that the old gnu didn't know

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It is far better to live for an eternal Godly reward and not for an earthly acclaim
When caregivers need support

When caregivers need support

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Group provides help and an emotional uplift to those facing stress of providing care
Moving forward and giving back

Moving forward and giving back

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George McCart lost both his legs during the Vietnam War, but it hasn't stopped him from having a succesful career and giving back to disabled…
Hemp: The Green Rush

Hemp: The Green Rush

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Farmers throughout the Central Oregon area reap the risks and the rewards of a growing industry
1969: Local Veteran's Day observance to focus on newest…

1969: Local Veteran's Day observance to focus on newest…

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Governor Barbara Roberts requests drought designation for Crook County 25 years ago
Math improvement on the rise in the Crook County School…

Math improvement on the rise in the Crook County School…

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Teachers will receive instructional coaching throughout the next year and continue to work on math standards alignment
Starting a sweet new business

Starting a sweet new business

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Rafter S Creations, launched in March, started out as a cookie-making hobby and later turned into a new business
Perk to be held at Horseshoe Tavern

Perk to be held at Horseshoe Tavern

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School district is holding a Surplus Sale at Pioneer North school this Saturday
Shop with a Cop program ready to launch

Shop with a Cop program ready to launch

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Collections are under way for wrapping paper, gift bags, tissue paper, ribbon, adhesive bows, tape and adhesive gift tags
An iconic Powell Butte tradition

An iconic Powell Butte tradition

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Lord's Acre Day will once again take over the small, rural Crook County community offering something for about everyone
Popping up for the holiday season

Popping up for the holiday season

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Starting Friday, Posie Shoppe and Sand Lily Home will launch a holiday pop-up store in Prineville
Multiple Halloween events are planned for Thursday

Multiple Halloween events are planned for Thursday

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The Chamber-led Prineville Perk will be held at Cascade Country Consultants
Making a difference one mile at a time

Making a difference one mile at a time

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The 6-mile runs Fred Hosillos completes regularly are not only an integral part of his health regimen But also a ministry that began in 1982
Celebrating a new home

Celebrating a new home

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St. Andrews Episcopal Church is now in their new location and is inviting the public to an open house
Family fun awaits on Halloween

Family fun awaits on Halloween

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Start with the Chamber-hosted Candy Crawl and move on to the Crook County Harvest Party on Oct. 31
Providing award-winning customer service and care

Providing award-winning customer service and care

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Darby Wickersham of Foundry Four Coffee + Whiskey is the first recipient of the new Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Customer Service Award
First Interstate Bank joins Empty Bowls fundraiser

First Interstate Bank joins Empty Bowls fundraiser

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Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce's After Hours to be held at Room 1868 Thursday evening
School district lending an ear to improve the education…

School district lending an ear to improve the education…

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Crook County School District is hosting two listening sessions early next week to find out what the community values most in school improvement
1944: Scarlet fever hits Crook County

1944: Scarlet fever hits Crook County

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Paulina residents involved in a six-vehicle, two-trailer collision in 1969
An old icon returning

An old icon returning

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The Prineville Lions Club will be bringing back the popular lion's head drinking fountain that graced Ochoco Creek park in the 1980s and 1990s
Preparing students for the workforce

Preparing students for the workforce

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I am tasked with teaching students how to be their own CEO and role play how to run a manufacturing company

Community baby shower coming this Friday

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Community baby shower coming this Friday
Friends of the Crook County Library will hold its semi-annual blow-out book sale this Saturday

The fields are ready to harvest

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The fields are ready to harvest
Do not wait to turn to Christ because we do not have as much time as you might think

Troop ship Tuscania torpedoed by German sub

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Troop ship Tuscania torpedoed by German sub
Local soldiers killed in 1918 attack after the submarine had made it from New Jersey to shores of England

Offering support for the community's new mothers

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Offering support for the community's new mothers
The Crook County Health Department is offering its second Community Baby Shower to provide mothers of young babies and pregnant women gifts and local…

Growing a business by the dozen

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Growing a business by the dozen
Chloe Lay, a Prineville fourth grade homeschooler, is the face behind a small egg-selling operation

1994: Teens charged in pot theft

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1994: Teens charged in pot theft
Crook County voters will decide on formation of a recreation district in 1969

Protecting kids from cyberspace dangers

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Protecting kids from cyberspace dangers
KIDS Center offers an internet safety class for parents to help shield their children from internet predators

Consider the importance of networking

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Consider the importance of networking
Networking is one of the most essential tools one can use to build connections and further career goals

Kiwanis Club's casino night to be held Oct. 12

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Kiwanis Club's casino night to be held Oct. 12
Meadow Lakes Golf Course will be holding its Sixth Annual Par-3 Pumpkin Bash on Saturday, Oct. 26

Meeting the youth on their turf

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Meeting the youth on their turf
Young Life adult and student leaders reach out to build relationships with middle- and high-school-age kids and to earn the right to be heard about…

Your chamber wears many hats

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Your chamber wears many hats
Our goal is to be a great resource offering local information, maps and brochures and a list of current events

School district superintendent to speak at community forum

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School district superintendent to speak at community forum
Mid Oregon Credit Union recently held a back-to-school drive for school supply donations to benefit the Crook County School District

School district needs your input

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School district needs your input
Administrators plan Oct. 21 community input sessions to develop a plan for Student Success Act funding

Raising monarch butterflies to take flight

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Raising monarch butterflies to take flight
A Barnes Butte Elementary fifth-grade class enjoys the rare privilege of helping raise and release four butterflies

Lifelong learning and giving back...thanks to more than a little…

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Lifelong learning and giving back...thanks to more than a little…
Local woman Mary Reed has suffered multiple injuries and health setbacks but has managed to live a life full of unique experiences

Celebrating another anthology

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Celebrating another anthology
Members of the Scribblers Writing Club joined Crook County High School students in compiling a book of stories and poems

Salon and boutique businesses under one roof

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Salon and boutique businesses under one roof
Rustic Roots Salon opened on North Main Street and Wild Soul Boutique is sharing space at the new Prineville location

COTA hosting Prineville Perk Friday morning

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COTA hosting Prineville Perk Friday morning
Kiwanis Club of Prineville will host a Kiwanis Casino Night, Saturday, Oct. 12 at the local fairgrounds

One day but lots of events

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One day but lots of events
A pet parade, skate park reopening, mac and cheese cookoff, harvest hoedown and a potato history event are all packed into the same day

Club Pioneer defining its dining culture

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Club Pioneer defining its dining culture
A focus on local traditions, good service and good food help define a culture that is deemed necessary to succeed

Serving up comfort food in a welcoming atmosphere

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Serving up comfort food in a welcoming atmosphere
Ron's Comfort Food Cafe has focused on providing quality, filling meals for the past six months

'Grate' Mac'N'Cheese Tease event on for Saturday evening

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'Grate' Mac'N'Cheese Tease event on for  Saturday evening
Ochoco Lavender to host Prineville Perk this Friday; pet parade and fair planned for Saturday morning

Skate park reopens next weekend

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Skate park reopens next weekend
A grand opening planned for next Saturday will give visitors a chance to try out the newly expanded attraction

Labor of love, legacy of horses

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Labor of love, legacy of horses
Kitty Lauman's training business is less about a job and it is more about passion

Golfing for cats and dogs

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Golfing for cats and dogs
Humane Society of the Ochocos will hold its annual golf tournament fundraiser sept. 21 at Meadow Lakes

Laine's Journey

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Laine's Journey
Laine's daughter, Sheridan, has taken over the management of Tramp's Salon and as a family they keep Laine's Journey going

'What's Brewing?' starts Thursday, Sept. 12 at Meadow Lakes

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'What's Brewing?' starts Thursday, Sept. 12 at Meadow Lakes
Painted Hills Custom Leather to host Prineville Perk this Friday, Sept. 13 from 8 to 8:30 a.m.

Promoting old time fiddling and old time music

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Promoting old time fiddling and old time music
Fairgrounds welcomes The 2019 Central Oregon Country Music Gathering next week, hosted by the Oregon Old Time Fiddlers Association

Reaching Africa

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Reaching Africa
Kathy Vaughan, who serves with Redeemer Ministries, has been a missionary in Uganda since 2008

Showcasing local artists

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Showcasing local artists
Rick Steber & Company-Makers gives Crook County talent a place to show their work

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