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One day but lots of events

One day but lots of events

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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

Club Pioneer defining its dining culture

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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

Serving up comfort food in a welcoming atmosphere

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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

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

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Ochoco Lavender to host Prineville Perk this Friday; pet parade and fair planned for Saturday morning
Skate park reopens next weekend

Skate park reopens next weekend

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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

Labor of love, legacy of horses

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Kitty Lauman's training business is less about a job and it is more about passion
Golfing for cats and dogs

Golfing for cats and dogs

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Humane Society of the Ochocos will hold its annual golf tournament fundraiser sept. 21 at Meadow Lakes
Laine's Journey

Laine's Journey

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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

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

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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

Promoting old time fiddling and old time music

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Fairgrounds welcomes The 2019 Central Oregon Country Music Gathering next week, hosted by the Oregon Old Time Fiddlers Association
Reaching Africa

Reaching Africa

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Kathy Vaughan, who serves with Redeemer Ministries, has been a missionary in Uganda since 2008
Showcasing local artists

Showcasing local artists

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Rick Steber & Company-Makers gives Crook County talent a place to show their work
Survey reveals that parents want better communication

Survey reveals that parents want better communication

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Local school administrators use parent survey feedback to create action items
What all the buzz is about

What all the buzz is about

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A municipality, a second grade class and an aspiring Eagle Scout team up on a pollinator hotel
Chamber planning a 'grate' festival

Chamber planning a 'grate' festival

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The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a macaroni and cheese cooking contest in partnership with a fairgrounds event
Splash Pad opening with Wednesday event

Splash Pad opening with Wednesday event

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The Noteables Swing Band performing at Picnic in the Park on Wednesday, Aug. 28
Going above and beyond

Going above and beyond

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Edna Redhead was named the Unit Member of the Year at the annual state convention for American Legion for her service to the Crook County community
Highlighting Native American culture

Highlighting Native American culture

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Ochoco Campground will have new and unique tipi sites ready to rent spring of 2020
Preparing students for the workforce

Preparing students for the workforce

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New Prineville Internship Coordinator position to forge partnerships between schools and businesses in community
Les Schwab Tires donates school supplies to FAN

Les Schwab Tires donates school supplies to FAN

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Picnic in the Park will hold its last concert of the season this Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 6 p.m.
'The Incredibles 2'  featured movie this Friday evening

'The Incredibles 2' featured movie this Friday evening

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St. Vincent DePaul hosting the next Chamber of Commerce's Prineville Perk Aug 16
The many benefits of volunteering in your community

The many benefits of volunteering in your community

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Volunteering is a wonderful way to network and to meet others in the community
School district eliminates several student fees

School district eliminates several student fees

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Crook County School Board eliminates student body, elementary activity and Outdoor School fees
Crook County Fair begins this Wednesday with Greg Merritt…

Crook County Fair begins this Wednesday with Greg Merritt…

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Rotary Club grants Family Access Network $500 for Crook County students' needs
Giving Prineville a gift from the art

Giving Prineville a gift from the art

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Pamela Claflin is opening Rimrock Gallery to provide locals a place to view artistic works
Funding a mission to Mexico

Funding a mission to Mexico

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An upcoming golf tournament will help pay for a Prineville youth home-building mission trip
1994: Prineville and Colorado hold Storm King fundraisers

1994: Prineville and Colorado hold Storm King fundraisers

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Aviator was giving daily exhibitions featuring numerous tricks during the fair 100 years ago
Full-service day spa to pamper your family pet

Full-service day spa to pamper your family pet

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Salie Beasworrick makes hand-made bows and bandanas for her furry clientele
Deep roots in Crook County

Deep roots in Crook County

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Lois Craddock, who has spent nearly all of her 83 years in Crook County, felt honored when she was named the 2019 Crook County Pioneer Queen
Rock Bottom Boys will perform at Picnic in the Park this…

Rock Bottom Boys will perform at Picnic in the Park this…

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Open House Fly-In and Car Show this Saturday, Aug. 3 at the Prineville Airport

Trying to stay busy

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Trying to stay busy
Gary and Ramona Romine closed their department store 25 years ago but have made sure to have projects going in retirement

Joe Shinkle & 99 West perform at Picnic in the Park

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Joe Shinkle & 99 West perform at Picnic in the Park
Movies in the Park this Friday will feature 'The Goonies' at dusk at Stryker Park

Cancer caregivers

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Cancer caregivers
Simple things like bringing a magazine or dessert, sending a note or card, or a quick phone call can make a big difference in a cancer patient's life

A few county fair tips from a mother

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A few county fair tips from a mother
Here comes the county fair. No matter what happens, in the ring, try to remember to smile

LeClaire performed in Buffalo Bill show

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LeClaire performed in Buffalo Bill show
After performing in silent films, Louie LeClaire and wife established a ranch in Simnasho

School district hires Scholz for new position

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School district hires Scholz for new position
Former Central Oregonian reporter is Communication and Events Specialist at CCSD

Cruise to the Center of Oregon

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Cruise to the Center of Oregon
Crook County Rodders will once again host their annual car show at Crook County Fairgrounds July 20

Equipment distributor and rental company opens Prineville branch

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Equipment distributor and rental company opens Prineville branch
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 this…

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Precious Byrd will kick off the 2019 Picnic in the Park this…
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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Quilt show enjoys success during Roundup week
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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Waiting to see the fruits of her efforts
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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Great customer service in our small-town community
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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CRR Horse Races start Wednesday
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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The little book store ... that's hiding in plain sight
Chapters, operated by the Friends of the Crook County Library, is sometimes missed by library patrons

Centering prayer

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Centering prayer
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 delivering in Prineville
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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Something for everyone this Independence Day in Prineville
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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The star of the PAC
Retired Prineville doctor Denny Thomas pays a visit to the Prineville Athletic Club nearly every day to exercise

Kicking off Roundup Week

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Kicking off Roundup Week
Blustery winds, driving rain and the frequent crackle of thunder did not deter a crowd of locals from showing up to the Stampede Street Party, annual…

Western Days Festival expands

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Western Days Festival expands
The annual Roundup vendor fair features food, music, dancing, entertainment, kids activities and stick horse races

Rick Steber & Company - Makers opens this week

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Rick Steber & Company - Makers opens this week
Local author creates a space for makers to produce, showcase and sell their works of art

Oregonians Credit Union hosts Perk and Hot Dog Gala Friday

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Oregonians Credit Union hosts Perk and Hot Dog Gala Friday
Chamber hosts Stampede Street Party and Cattle Drive this Wednesday evening

Quilters host 'Juniper and Sage' show

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Quilters host 'Juniper and Sage' show
Crook County Quilt Guild plans Country Quilt Show of Prineville during Crooked River Roundup

Specializing in steak, seafood and spirits

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Specializing in steak, seafood and spirits
Barney Prine's Steakhouse and Saloon plans special beer and wine with food pairing events to showcase local wine vendors and breweries

Contact Industries hosting job fair

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Contact Industries hosting job fair
The local wood manufacturing company is hiring for a variety of positions, ranging from entry-level to technical positions

Wings and flapjacks

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Wings and flapjacks
Lions Club and Prineville Airport host Prineville Airport Pancake Breakfast

Take advantage of our 8-Hour Sale

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

Last day of school is a splash

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Last day of school is a splash
Crook County Parks and Recreation District opens the pool for the season with an ice-cream social

Crypto and its effect on calves and humans

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

Closing the book on CCHS

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Closing the book on CCHS
Approximately 160 students graduated from Crook County High School Friday evening, June 7 at Ward Rhoden Stadium

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