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Library reopening to in-person

Library reopening to in-person

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The facility will also offer an online Oregon Humanities Conversation Project next week
Clothing and accessories for the everyday guy

Clothing and accessories for the everyday guy

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Dirty Arrow Street Wear is owned by mother and daughter, Kim Johnston and Maggie Gonzalez, respectively, and offers clothing and accessories for men
A special Christmas dinner

A special Christmas dinner

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Local resident found that providing a Christmas meal for visitors of Craig's Compassionate Café blessed her as much as those who participated
Frontline medical workers battle burnout with spirituality

Frontline medical workers battle burnout with spirituality

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Spiritual focus has helped frontline medical workers battle through the ongoing pandemic
Life becomes more interesting where the pavement ends

Life becomes more interesting where the pavement ends

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Western Author, Rick Steber, recently released his fifth edition of his series, 'Western Prose and Poems'
A café with a western flare

A café with a western flare

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Located in Aspen Parks Center, The Wrangler offers pool, games, and good food in an old western atmosphere
Wiltse, and early religious leader

Wiltse, and early religious leader

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From Hay Creek to Bear Creek, Wiltse was an active evangelist and homesteader
He Stands at the Door and Knocks

He Stands at the Door and Knocks

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Don't let worldly wealth shield you from spiritual need; 'Because you say, 'I am rich, and have become wealthy, and have need of nothing,' and you do…
A night of three-one Act Plays

A night of three-one Act Plays

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On December 10 and 11, the Crook County High School Drama will present a night of 3-One Act Plays
Convenience and quality on the south side of town

Convenience and quality on the south side of town

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The Main Street Market is a neighborhood store, and patrons can enjoy a wide variety of breakfast and lunch food, snacks and beverages
All lit up? Enter the Chamber's Keeping Spirits Bright…

All lit up? Enter the Chamber's Keeping Spirits Bright…

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Who's got the best decorated house in town? It's time to enter the annual Chamber contest.
Public libraries are a gift

Public libraries are a gift

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Holiday treasures await at the library, and entering the holiday season, gifts are at the forefront of our minds.
Doing Santa's work

Doing Santa's work

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Families are invited to kick off the Christmas season this Saturday at Santa's Workshop and Craft Bazaar
Shopping local makes a difference

Shopping local makes a difference

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The annual Small Business Saturday will take place Nov. 27, with 16 participating local businesses
Celebrating 10 years of community partnerships

Celebrating 10 years of community partnerships

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Last week, Prineville Facebook Data Center staff and Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce held events to celebrate 10 years since the data…
30 years of great customer service

30 years of great customer service

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Wagner's Market was bought by the Overbays and Wagner family in 1991. Terry and Deb Harper bought the store in 2006 and changed the name from Price…
From the front lines of Iraq to front lines of EMS service

From the front lines of Iraq to front lines of EMS service

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Marty Theurer reflects how his service in both military and fire service have prepared him for successfully executing his current role as a…
Remodeling and renovation focus

Remodeling and renovation focus

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A family-owned business, RENOV8, seeks to fill the gap in the need for renovations in the Prineville construction market
Indulging that sweet tooth at the annual candy crawl

Indulging that sweet tooth at the annual candy crawl

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Local businesses partner with the chamber to offer a fun and safe Halloween celebration for both adults and children
Planning a night with lady luck

Planning a night with lady luck

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The second annual Kiwanis Casino Night and Auction is scheduled for Oct. 16, and the proceeds will benefit many local youth programs, including…
Bringing fresh seafood dishes

Bringing fresh seafood dishes

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Crabby's Bar and Grill is the second to open in Oregon and offers a variety of seafood and great service
Fun events planned for National 4-H week

Fun events planned for National 4-H week

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Two events will be held at the Crook County 4-H Clover Building this month to kick off the 4-H season
Each piece in her store has a story

Each piece in her store has a story

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Connie Stewart at Sage Door showcases the many iconic treasures that are tastefully distributed in her showroom
Long-term care lockdowns banished visitors, but not joy

Long-term care lockdowns banished visitors, but not joy

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Seniors have learned to appreciate different ways of connecting with others
Remedies for employee burnout

Remedies for employee burnout

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As a result of the pandemic, people are feeling frustrated and exhausted to the point of being ineffective
It takes a community

It takes a community

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A fundraiser will be held on Oct. 10 to help a local couple who lost everything in a house fire
United Way adds ambassador for Crook County

United Way adds ambassador for Crook County

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Darleen Rodgers begins her position representing the community with United Way of Central Oregon
Some of Oregon's best storytellers come to museum

Some of Oregon's best storytellers come to museum

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October lecture series at museum will feature Oregon storytellers, complete with folklore and Oregon history and some of Oregon's most iconic…
Blazing the trail for future generations

Blazing the trail for future generations

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Donald Martin chose the Meek Cutoff Trail for a September hike, and is hoping to bring awareness of the benefits of unplugging and reflecting
Showcasing the final touches

Showcasing the final touches

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Blaine Noland Construction recently completed a remodel that showcases its products available for construction projects

70 years of blessings

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70 years of blessings
Prineville St. Joseph's Catholic Church recently recognized 70 years in their current location, and the celebration included the entire congregation

People From Our Past will be returning

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People From Our Past will be returning
The program will include live presentations with a historical reenactor in the A.R. Bowman Museum's community room

The Prineville-Crook County Chamber Awards announced

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The Prineville-Crook County Chamber Awards announced
The venue was held live at the Crook County Fairgrounds during the Crook County Fair

Small town appeal brings new dentist to join Ochoco Dental

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Small town appeal brings new dentist to join Ochoco Dental
Dr. Mark Eilers recently joined Dr. Tony Ramos at Ochoco Dental, and he is dedicated to providing the best quality cosmetic and general dentistry in…

From hands-on training to the workforce

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From hands-on training to the workforce
The partnership between CCHS and BTI provides opportunities for students to gain real-world experience in heavy equipment operation that prepares…

CCHS alumnus joins HomeTown Animal Hospital

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CCHS alumnus joins HomeTown Animal Hospital
Dr. Dylan Dean, who graduated in 2013 from CCHS, chooses Prineville to launch his first position as a veterinarian, and is now employed with HomeTown…

The value of Vacation Bible School for youth

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The value of Vacation Bible School for youth
VBS leaders speak out about the value of the traditional summer program, that has been a part of Missionary Baptist Church for more than 90 years

Kristi Persson Joins the Central Oregonian family

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Kristi Persson Joins the Central Oregonian family
Kristi Persson brings a strong marketing background and presence to the staff at the Central Oregonian, adding her positivity and enthusiasm

Crystal Moore Madison 2021 Pioneer Queen

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Crystal Moore Madison 2021 Pioneer Queen
Crystal Moore Madison's family history is interwoven with the western heritage of Crook County

The Face of Love

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The Face of Love
One of the hardest realities for us to learn might just be that God is always running towards us in compassion and excitement and love

The history of the wandering Rosland post office

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The history of the wandering Rosland post office
Pioneer post office and community were established about three miles north of present-day La Pine

From innovation to solutions

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From innovation to solutions
Titus Industrial Group, Inc. has been providing innovative and effective solutions for water, wastewater and storm water industries throughout North…

Adding spice to life

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Adding spice to life
John Charles wears many hats, but most recently, Charles has successfully marketed a winning BBQ sauce

OSU Extension provides free resources for safe home food…

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OSU Extension provides free resources for safe home food…
It is important to keep current with the latest canning information for both quality and safety

The process of writing a children's book

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The process of writing a children's book
CCHS alumnus Court Abell shares his adventures of writing his first children's book, including the marketing process

Baked goods and English tea

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Baked goods and English tea
Sweet Willow & Company is the location for AK's Tea and Bake Shoppe, offering English tea, baked goods and sandwiches

One more showing before fair

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One more showing before fair
The second annual jackpot steer event will be held on Sunday, July 18, giving the youth one last chance to practice showing their steers before fair

Only the name has changed

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Only the name has changed
Prineville's only brewery recently changed its name to Crooked Roots Brewing, but their fun and eclectic atmosphere, beer, food and service remain…

Business leaders needed for STEM internships

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Business leaders needed for STEM internships
Businesses in Central Oregon have an opportunity to work with youth from computer science classes in local high schools in an internship setting

Prineville welcomes back Miss Rodeo America

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Prineville welcomes back Miss Rodeo America
Miss Rodeo America 2020-2021 Jordan Tierney will be in town for the Crooked River Roundup Week

Bucking bulls and rodeo

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Bucking bulls and rodeo
Logan and Kaley Blasdell's lives revolve around rodeo, and the couple will be putting on a new event to promote rodeo and raise money for charity

Rockhound Pow Wow celebrates 75 years

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Rockhound Pow Wow celebrates 75 years
The annual rock, gem and mineral show will be at the Crook County Fairgrounds June 17-20

Trying to meet the job demand in Crook County

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Trying to meet the job demand in Crook County
The data shows that Crook County is up by 140 jobs compared to pre-COVID levels, but employers are having difficulty filling those jobs

Bringing home the gold

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Bringing home the gold
Dance teams brought back 18 first-place trophies, three second-place finishes and four dancers who were selected to All-American and All-American…

Creative and healthful foods

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Creative and healthful foods
Ron and Yolanda Jahn process and distribute their own plant-based foods, including a coffee substitute

Protecting our seniors

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Protecting our seniors
Senior Center Director Melody Kendall has been vigilant in watching over and protecting her senior population during the current pandemic

Earning a prestigious nursing scholarship

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Earning a prestigious nursing scholarship
Elizabeth Barker was presented a $200,000 nursing scholarship from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NRTOC) at CCHS

The heart of a mentor

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The heart of a mentor
Crook County Amazing Kid Olivia Kerr exhibits the ability to mentor and befriend others in need

Artisan and Crafters fair to be featured this weekend

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Artisan and Crafters fair to be featured this weekend
A good mix of vendors will be represented, including vintage, recycled, home décor, specialty foods, clothing, jewelry, candles and art

COCC summer studies open doors to fall learning

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COCC summer studies open doors to fall learning
With classes beginning June 21, COCC's summer term is a chance to fulfill required credits for fall cohorts, programs

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