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A standout high school leader

A standout high school leader

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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

Local Mosaic facility adds retail pharmacy

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All Mosaic patients and members of the community can use the new Mosaic Pharmacy
Spreading sunshine in dark times

Spreading sunshine in dark times

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Local resident Rebecca Swearingen brings a smile to local veterans with her bags of sunshine
An uncommon life

An uncommon life

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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

Gearing up for another summer school session

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Kiwanis Club and local school district will once again hold annual summer school program
Adjusting to new restaurant rules

Adjusting to new restaurant rules

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With local residents at home, takeout is still a viable option for supporting and enjoying your favorite restaurant
The weight of things invisible

The weight of things invisible

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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

Leading the way and making sparks

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Rose Waibel leads the way as the first female welder intern at Proline Fabrication
Data-keepers are the core of care

Data-keepers are the core of care

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COCC program trains students for diverse, developing field of Health Information Management
Neat Repeat doing business as usual

Neat Repeat doing business as usual

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The community is also urged to continue donations at the Second Street Entrance
Please be kind and helpful during outbreak

Please be kind and helpful during outbreak

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Check on your elderly neighbors, and make local purchases to avoid any unnecessary traveling
Cooking up state accolades

Cooking up state accolades

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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

The value of hands on training in the fire science field

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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

Keeping the product local

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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…

State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus…

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The gathering won't be rescheduled, but students will still get to compete in rescheduled competitions.
Bringing 'Knucklehead' body art to Prineville

Bringing 'Knucklehead' body art to Prineville

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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

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

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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

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

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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

Roundup gala raises $10,000

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Sold out event early last month benefits roundup queen and mulitple organizations supported by roundup
Celebrating supporters of a ministry

Celebrating supporters of a ministry

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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

Soaring to new heights

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This month marks two years since Ronald Forseth began working for local Flying Car company, Samson Sky
The importance of strategic planning

The importance of strategic planning

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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

Paddy Pint registration open through March 15

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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

School board selects top five name choices for new school

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Board members are open to local community input before they choose a name on March 9
A hydrogen-fueled race to learn

A hydrogen-fueled race to learn

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High school robotics and computer science students are building hydrogen fuel cell racing cars for a future competition
New ownership and new options

New ownership and new options

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Carriage Place is changing ownership and management is planning to add a Medicaid contract for clients
Going green for a cause

Going green for a cause

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The Paddy Pint invites people to dress up and run down the streets of town to benefit Tooth Taxi and Crook County On The Move initiatives
Revealing the expansion

Revealing the expansion

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St. Charles hosts a ribbon cutting and open house last week to show off its new expansion and remodel to the public
Donkey Basketball and Taco Feed is  planned Saturday

Donkey Basketball and Taco Feed is planned Saturday

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St. Charles Health Systems will host the Chamber-led Prineville Perk this Friday
Let's encourage the farmers of the future

Let's encourage the farmers of the future

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The rural lifestyle is a gift worth passing on to those who want to make it theirs

Fundraiser nets $115,000 for local family in need

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Fundraiser nets $115,000 for local family in need
Proceeds went to help Chance Millin, who has a rare form of cancer, and his family cover medical expenses

Steering automotive know-how in a new direction

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Steering automotive know-how in a new direction
COCC program trains tomorrow's technicians while helping devise service standards for the electric-drive industry

Crook County Cultural Coalition awards grants to programs

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Crook County Cultural Coalition awards grants to programs
Local recipients receive $8,000 to support different culture and arts programs

Connecting students to real-world business experience

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Connecting students to real-world business experience
Partnership between Prineville internship coordinator for the Chamber and CTE workforce development coordinator has resulted in meaningful internships

Sip and Shop in downtown Prineville

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Sip and Shop in downtown Prineville
People are invited to visit six different local businesses to enjoy some shopping and beverages

Prineville Perk will visit Rebound Physical Therapy

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Prineville Perk will visit  Rebound Physical Therapy
The Ochoco Chapter of Oregon Hunters Association's Banquet will be held at Carey Foster Hall this Saturday

Stitches of love keeps them together

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Stitches of love keeps them together
Bob and Rene Fisher began sewing together after Bob added a sewing room for his wife

Water year on track to provide average irrigation season

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Water year on track to provide average irrigation season
Runoff projections for Prineville and Ochoco Reservoir look good so far this winter

February is short, but it's one of our busiest months

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February is short, but it's one of our busiest months
Chapters gather for a leadership convention, and we will soon celebrate National FFA Week

Creating a local ink Infusion

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Creating a local ink Infusion
Alex Bava recently opened his new screen-printing business, Churro Ink, a full-service apparel supply

'What's Brewing?' forum planned Thursday evening

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'What's Brewing?' forum planned Thursday evening
Bowman Museum is presenting People From Our Past this Tuesday and on Feb. 25 from noon to 1 p.m.

Parks district options plentiful heading toward spring

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Parks district options plentiful heading toward spring
Nearly every day, there are multiple activities scheduled at Ochoco Grade School gym

St. Charles donates medical equipment to CCHS

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St. Charles donates medical equipment to CCHS
Students in the Health Science program will use the equipment in their classes

Powell Butte resident given lifetime achievement recognition in…

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Powell Butte resident given lifetime achievement recognition in…
Karen Barker is honored by World Arts Foundation at its Martin Luther King Day celebration Jan. 20

1920: Completion of Ochoco Dam nears

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1920: Completion of Ochoco Dam nears
Snowmobile races will be the highlight of the second annual Snowmobile Jamboree 50 years ago

From bucking bulls to beauty pageants

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From bucking bulls to beauty pageants
Kaley Blasdell will represent Crook County in the Mrs. Oregon pageant in August

Chamber gearing up to honor businesses, local leaders

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Chamber gearing up to honor businesses, local leaders
The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce will host its annual banquet in May

School district continually strives to improve

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School district continually strives to improve
School district leaders celebrate the high CCHS graduation rate and expanded CTE programs

Bringing awareness for Craniosynostosis

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Bringing awareness for Craniosynostosis
Six-month-old Mackie Halcom will undergo surgery for a rare condition in the next month and a fundraiser will be held to help with the expenses…

1920: State board of health passes emergency rules

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1920: State board of health passes emergency rules
1920: Good progress is again being made on the Ochoco Dam after some delays because of bad weather

Prineville Follies to feature Western theme

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Prineville Follies to feature Western theme
Prineville Follies tryouts will be held this Wednesday and Thursday to determine who performs

Bartlett Construction has a new owner

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Bartlett Construction has a new owner
Jake Adkins took ownership of Bartlett Construction at the beginning of the year

Partners In Care will host this week's Prineville Perk

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Partners In Care will host this week's Prineville Perk
Pau Mau Club's Annual Soup Dinner will be held this Saturday, Feb. 1 at the Paulina Community Hall

Sometimes small makes a very big difference

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Sometimes small makes a very big difference
Youth live in the moment because there is not very much in life they have control over

Earning a big investment from the heart of a shark

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Earning a big investment from the heart of a shark
Rapid rope owners Chris and Geanie Rodgers received good news on 'Shark Tank' as America watched last weekend

Staying connected and paying it forward

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Staying connected and paying it forward
Stanley Flynn has made strong connections and relationships in the Prineville community as an ardent volunteer

Consistent coverage at all fire stations

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Consistent coverage at all fire stations
Thanks to a partnership with the city and county and businesses in the local enterprise zone, Crook County Fire and Rescue was able to secure enough…

1945: Swelling school enrollment prompts talks of building…

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1945: Swelling school enrollment prompts talks of building…
American Legion active in securing employment for ex-service men back in 1920

Comforting canine companion

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Comforting canine companion
Therapy dog joins staff at Crook County Veteran Services to help those dealing with traumatic events during time in military

Catering to the kids

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Catering to the kids
The Cute Cactus Children's Boutique, which offers a variety of children's clothing and gifts, will host a grand opening this Wednesday

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