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Color Me Free Fun Run and Walk planned Sept. 30
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Color Me Free Fun Run and Walk planned Sept. 30

Heart of Grant County’s fourth annual Color Me Free Fun Run and Walk to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October is coming up.

Registration begins at 9 a.m. with the event starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at the John...

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Longtime EOU regional director retires, BMCC coordinator steps in
Longtime EOU regional director retires, BMCC coordinator steps in
Chris Cronin enjoys retirement after 24 years as EOU regional director; distance programs are still ‘alive and well.’
Winner’s grocery cart will be overflowing
Winner’s grocery cart will be overflowing

Denice Seebart of John Day must have thought she found the end of the rainbow when she picked up the phone recently.

She found out she’s the winner of $400 worth of groceries a month for one year from Chester’s Thriftway in John...

Four local students pen state-winning Americanism essays
Four local students pen state-winning Americanism essays
Student writers win at state level, writing about becoming future guardians of liberties.
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‘Nitro Circus’ comes to town
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A group traveling coast to coast in side-by-side sports utility vehicles, stops in John Day.
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Six local students graduate from EOU

Six local students graduated from Eastern Oregon University.

Mikayla Ernestine Luttrell of John Day graduated magna cum laude with a degree in multidisciplinary studies and elementary education, as well as a degree in PK-12. Michael J. Luttrell...

City hires agribusiness manager
City hires agribusiness manager
Manitsas a Grant Union, OSU grad.
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Wedding: Johnson-Vitali
Wedding: Johnson-Vitali

Kimberly Johnson married John Vitali Monday, Aug. 21, at the Golden Willow Ranch in John Day. The bride, a 2004 graduate of Grant Union High School and a 2008 graduate of the Art Institute, is the daughter of Marlin and Donna Johnson of John Day. The...

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Local board game creator searches for capital
Local board game creator searches for capital
“Accession” inspired by time spent in real estate industry

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Longtime EOU regional director retires, BMCC coordinator steps in
Chris Cronin enjoys retirement after 24 years as EOU regional director; distance programs are still ‘alive and well.’
Winner’s grocery cart will be overflowing
Four local students pen state-winning Americanism essays
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