1946: Money raised for new school playground
95 years ago
January 7, 1926
Friday, New Year's Day, was the coldest day so far this year, with ten degrees above zero. The maximum temperature was 26 degrees, according to the government thermometer at the courthouse.
According to the figures compiled by the Traffic Department of the Port of Portland, Oregon, there were 14 vessels cleared for foreign ports during the past week, 11 of which carried full or partial cargoes of lumber amounting to 12,200,000 feet.
75 years ago
January 10, 1946
More than $300 for the purchase and installation of playground equipment at the new Ochoco grade school in Prineville was raised by the Prineville Lions club as a result of the benefit dance held by the Lions in the school gymnasium here December 29, it was announced at Tuesday night's meeting of the Lions club. The club's project, announced the day after Christmas, received splendid support from the people of Prineville. The gymnasium was well filled for the dance, and in addition to purchasing tickets for the dance, a number of Prineville people made cash contributions to the school benefit fund.
50 years ago
January 7, 1971William L. Pattilo, District Director of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, today urged all aliens in Crook County who have not yet filled out alien address report forms, to do so before Jan. 31 at the nearest local Post Office.
The immigration official pointed out that the law requires all non-citizens, except persons in diplomatic status and foreign representatives, to certain international organizations, such as the United Nations, to report their addresses to the Government each January.
25 years ago
January 4, 1996
Pioneer Memorial Hospital is taking bid requests for a management contract and will replace the present top administrator.For the past nine years, Adventist Health System/West has managed the nonprofit facility. PMH's management contract with that firm expires next spring and negotiations with representatives of a number of agencies have begun.
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