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Rounding up kindergartners

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Families can register their kindergartners for school and other transition programs at upcoming events

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Rails and materials for the completion of the Prineville railroad were ordered 100 years ago

Homeless count scheduled for three days starting Jan. 24

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Revitalization efforts and plans for business corridor to be topic at this week's 'What's Brewing?'

Watch your thoughts go by

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MOsley WOtta, an international artist and speaker, educates Pioneer High School students on poetry

From a farm to your table

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Farmers and ranchers invited to 'Fresh from the Farm' forum Thursday, Jan. 18

Businesses fared well during Christmas season

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Downtown Prineville merchants report a busy and profitable holiday shopping season

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Prineville had a shortage of lower-income bracket homes 50 years ago back in 1968

What is on the horizon for our local museum?

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Prineville Police Department issues a warning about pyramid and Ponzi schemes

1942: Christmas Eve fire destroys house

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Prineville celebrates its centennial with a variety of activities and dances 50 years ago

Stahancyk, Kent & Hook to host Perk

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Local business owners graduate from the COCC Small Business Management program

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The Prineville Transportation Advisory Committee adopted the Third Street-Fourth Street couplet idea 25 years ago

'Who's Your Santa?' and coloring contest winners announced

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'What's Brewing?' and Prineville Perk events on holiday break until January

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In 1992, Crook County School Board agreed to a $300,000 land purchase from Bob and Geneva Kennedy that will be used for a new school

Visit and donate to Grimes Christmas Scene

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The winners of the coloring contest, sponsored by the Pine Theater, announced

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Boy Scouts supplied local stores with fresh Christmas trees 50 years ago in 1967

Prineville's air quality topic at 'What's Brewing?'

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Local amo shop Bullseye Firearms to host Prineville Perk this Friday morning, Dec. 15

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Powell Butte rancher Lynn Lundquist was re-elected as president of the Oregon Cattlemen's Association 25 years ago

Bohme joins Family Resource Center as development…

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The Posie Shoppe to host Prineville Perk this Friday morning, Dec. 8 downtown

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Crook County went over the top on its November 1942 war bond quota, with sales reaching $57,616

Crooked River Inn to host Prineville Perk

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Mid Oregon Credit Union accepting donations locally to benefit Crook County Holiday Partnership through Dec. 13

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Prineville grade school students set records when they purchased $427 worth of war savings stamps and bonds 75 years ago

Memory Tree will be on display at Juniper Ridge Funeral Home

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as the first week of the 'Our Town Christmas Giveaway' begins today

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Crook County School District searches for building site for a new school 25 years ago

'What's Brewing?' to focus on homelessness this Wednesday,…

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Play and enter 'Our Town Christmas Giveaway' for a chance to win holiday shopping scrip to local businesses

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Les Schwab Tire Centers and Ochoco Lumber make the top 100 revenue-generating privately owned businesses in the state 25 years ago

Eight local businesses host Ladies Night Nov. 9

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Bazaars at Senior Center, Eagles Lodge and Catholic Church this Saturday, Nov. 11

40 years of ministering

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Prineville Presbyterian Church celebrates the 40th anniversary of the church's reorganization on Nov. 12

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Ochoco area elk hunting was slow opening weekend 50 years ago as the elk were well scattered in heavy timber and brush

Blanket drive to help homeless under way

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Mid Oregon Credit Union receives award for its work with children at recent convention in Spokane

Free subs on World Sandwich Day at Subway

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Prineville Subway restaurant will go global to combat hunger on Friday, Nov. 3

It's Harvest Party season

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The annual Oct. 31 community celebration features prizes, candy, costumes and family-friendly activities

Chamber hosts Candy Crawl

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Community invited to tour the antique fire equipment showroom during the annual Halloween event on Oct. 31

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Planning commission approves McDonald's restaurant building permit 25 years ago

Solar farms in Crook County the topic at 'What's Brewing?'

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City of Prineville to host Prineville Perk on Friday at Barnes Butte Trail System

Homecoming 2017

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CCHS students celebrated homecoming this past week, and the Cowboys beat the White Buffalos

Thrift store closing up shop

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The St. Vincent de Paul store will close Nov. 1 after losing money for last few years and struggling to maintain volunteers

Turning 100 in style

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Family surprises Martha Carter with a 100th birthday celebration last Friday at her care home

Edge Fitness joins Showup

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Personal trainer Rhonda Morgan helps ordinary people meet their fitness and nutrition goals

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Crook County Library patrons had access to 30 new Masterworks records 50 years ago

Candy Crawl to be held Oct. 31

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Firefly Events will host Prineville Perk Friday morning at its Fourth Street location

Honoring women with an historic rifle

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Local gunmakers guild presents a flintlock rifle to city council, honoring pioneer women of Crook County

Driving away hunger

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Crook County FFA members join statewide Drive Away Hunger food drive this month

Potato harvest

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Crook County FFA members and alumni sell their locally grown potatoes to the community

Shell station changes hands

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New gas station and convenience store managers invite customers to fill up, even after hours

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CCHS vs Redmond football game postponed so students could work in the potato fields 75 years ago

Baldwin Storage open for business

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Candy Crawl participants sought for upcoming annual community Halloween event

Rocking out in Prineville

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The Prineville 'rocks' group promotes the Rocktober Anti-Bullying Campaign this month

Taking their message to the streets

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Members of the Prineville Jehovah's Witnesses congregations offer hope to passersby

Blending healthy eating and physical activity

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Crooked River students celebrate Mustang Wellness Week and kick off Fuel Up to Play 60 by making Popeye Smoothies

A drive to help others

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Fifth-grader organizes a clothing drive to benefit those less fortunate in the community

From millwork to massage

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Keep in Touch Massage Therapy owner shares her success story after losing her job

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City Traffic Committee reviews alternatives to improve the city's transportation structure 25 years ago

Prineville Volunteer Fire Company to host Perk this week

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Oregon Symbiosis 2017 topic of this week's 'What's Brewing?' at Meadow Lakes

A battle for dominance

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Rick Steber releases 'Little White Man,' a true story of the battle between a missionary and an Indian chief

Scribblers writing club seeks young authors

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The group invites middle and high school students to submit short stories for their next anthology

Pets on parade

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Animals big and small came out to the For the Children Pet Parade and Fair Saturday

Back in business

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Shelly Marsh reopens Dad's Place six months after closing the restaurant when her husband passed away

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1967: President Johnson recognizes local attorney for Selective Service System work

'What's Brewing?' starts back up

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Health Insurance 101 town hall meeting to be held at library Monday afternoon, Oct. 2

Going the extra mile

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'Good Samaritans' pitched in to help find a lost purse and cell phone along a busy highway

A heart for the hungry

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The Elks plan a Sept. 30 fundraiser to benefit Ladies on Wheels, a group that provides free lunches to those less fortunate

Calling all Crook County pets

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For the Children is hosting its annual pet parade this weekend, where animals, live and stuffed, are welcome

Teeing off for the Humane Society

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The Fourth Annual Golf Event raised nearly $32,000 for Humane Society of the Ochocos

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Booster Club offers to take on Ward Rhoden Football Stadium repairs 25 years ago

'What's Brewing?' forum will resume next Wednesday

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KIDS Center offering child sexual abuse prevention training on Wednesday evening, Sept. 27

Welcoming autumn Powell Butte style

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Vendors offer a variety of products during the Fall Fest to benefit the Powell Butte Community Center

Fiddlers jam

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The Oldtime Fiddlers' Association presented the Central Oregon Country Music Gathering Sept. 7-9 at the fairgrounds

Pad Thai Yeah debuts in Prineville

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The new food cart restaurant serves Thai food at Crooked River Brewery in Prineville

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Fire hall hosts workshop for professionals to discuss juvenile firesetting 25 years ago

High Desert Dance Arts to host Perk

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Humane Society of the Ochocos benefit golf tournament this Saturday at Meadow Lakes

Summer school in New York

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A vision and hearing impaired Prineville teen travels to New York to attend a five-week school for the deaf and blind

4-H beef club knows how to 'meat' a need

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Club and raffle winner's donations becomes 500 pounds of hamburger for the local senior center

Oldtime Fiddlers prepare to jam

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The Oldtime Fiddlers' Association presents the Central Oregon Country Music Gathering Sept. 7-9 at the fairgrounds

Branding with custom screen printing

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Clark Design and Customs opens in Ochoco Plaza, offering screen printing and branding solutions

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Prineville post office goes from village delivery to city delivery 75 years ago

Noland Construction and Painting to host Perk this Friday

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Ericksons Thriftway applied for a retail liquor license through Oregon Liquor Control Commission

Together 75 wonderful years

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A Prineville couple celebrated their diamond anniversary at their assisted living facility

Offering compassion

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Local men's shelter, Regeneration House, set to open in November at new Madras Highway location

Mitchell event honors Tom and Mary Fitzgerald

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The Wheeler County natives are honored as Painted Hills Festival Grand Marshals for their many years of service

Businesses thrive during eclipse madness

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Gas stations, restaurants and grocery stores experience surge in customers at different times during week of event

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In 1967, the 4-H and FFA Market Stock Sale reached a new record high number of 97 animals sold, totaling $16,000

Crook County RV Park hosting Prineville Perk Friday

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Arbor Builders will donate $500 to local Family Access Network for every house purchased in Prineville

Picnic in the Park series concludes

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Event that drew as many as 500 people to concerts ends Wednesday as large crowd enjoys Catch a Wave

The heart of a champion

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Long-distance Olympian runner Tracy Smith puts his whole heart into coaching local students

Prepper Up changes hands

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The new sporting goods store owner plans to reorganize the store and carry more inventory

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Wreckage of army bomber found with four deceased men 75 miles east of Prineville 75 years ago

Editorial staff wins awards

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Last Picnic in the Park concert of the season to be held this Wednesday at Pioneer Park

Capitalizing on the eclipse

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Several events were held in downtown Prineville Saturday to celebrate eclipse weekend

Discovering insects

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Local kids get an up-close look at the insects of the Crooked River during Discover Nature Days at the wetlands

Crossroads hosts Solar Breakfast

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The community is welcome to the Monday morning parking lot buffet and eclipse viewing event

'A Touch of Country'

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The Crook County Fair featured concerts, livestock, exhibits and plenty of entertainment

Vintage vendors are coming to town

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Prineville Vintage Market will take over a city block on Saturday, featuring more than 40 artisans and antique dealers

'An Emotional Girl'

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Country musician Terri Clark headlines the Crook County Fair Saturday night

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Hudspeth mill adds new barker and chipper equipment to the operation 50 years ago

Welcome posters available for the upcoming eclipse

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Mid Oregon Credit Union is collecting needed school supplies for local students

New wheels for Stryder's sister

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The family is moving to Bend, and a car donation will enable the teenager to finish her last year of school at CCHS

A problem too critical to ignore

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Noxious weeds can be toxic to livestock and can crowd out rangeland vegetation

Get on board

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The Ochoco Valley Model Railroad display will be open for visitors during the Crook County Fair this week

Crestview Cable sold to Telephone and Data Systems Inc.

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Owner, California Oregon Broadcasting Inc. sells to same company that purchased BendBroadband in 2014

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McDonald's restaurant applied to build at a Third Street site occupied by Arnold's drive-in 25 years ago

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