Angel Carpenter

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#OregonStandoff: Justice or ambush?

- Grant County residents occupy both sides of the aisle in refuge debate.

On the prowl, No. 6 Tigers stay steady

- The Dayville/Monument Tiger boys hold on for a one-point victory over the Prairie City Panthers.

Grant Union wrestlers push forward

- Grant Union wrestlers compete at Burns Duals and BEO Tournament in Heppner.

Lady Tigers take 3-point win in Prairie

- The Dayville/Monument Lady Tigers win in cross-county basketball battle.

Senior Night victories propel Prospectors

- Grant Union teams enjoy victories for senior night in John Day.

Elks scholars announced

- Here are this year's Most Valuable Student Scholarship winners chosen by the John Day Elks Lodge.

Children can read, and win, at story hour

- Children can enter to win a Kindle Fire for kids when they attend story hour at the Grant County Library in John Day.

Maria’s offers taqueria-style family dining

- Maria's Restaurant offers family-style dining in Canyon City.

Grant Union second at home tourney

- Grant Union wrestlers take second at home tournament.

Prospector press wins it in Enterprise

- Grant Union Prospector teams hinder Enterprise Outlaws.

Tiger teamwork defeats Panthers

- Tiger boys claim victory after Panthers' early lead.

Lady Panther defense garners 42-30 win

- Prairie City girls steal a win in Dayville on Friday.

TEAMWORK elevates Tiger boys team

- The Tiger boys' teamwork is taking them to the top.

School-based health offers primary care

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JOHN DAY – The School-based Health Center located at Grant Union Junior-Senior High School offers health care for Grant County students and school staff.

The health center opened last May, and has their door...

Grant Union girls step it up for solid wins

- Grant Union girls claim victory over Imbler and Cove at home.

Grant Union wrestling program gains strength

- Prospector wrestling is a thriving sport at Grant Union.

Lady Panthers show no quit against top team

- Prairie City's Lady Panthers split wins last weekend.

Long Creek/Ukiah boys JV team wins in Dayville

- Long Creek/Ukiah boys claim win in Dayville, and Dayville/Monument girls take in a victory.

Panther boys wrangle Bulls, 79-46

- Prairie City come back for win at home after close loss to Adrian.

Battle-tested Prospectors knock Panthers off their feet

- Grant Union Prospectors claim two wins at home court.

Tiger boys top High Desert League

- Tiger teams take on opponents on the road.

Athletic Lady Panthers show competitive spirit

- Prairie City's Lady Panthers are on the hunt for a successful season.

Prairie City teams overtake Harper/Huntington

- Prairie City teams are victorious on home court.

Wyllie wins fifth consecutive magazine Photographer of the Year

- Rodeo photographer Lindsey Wyllie earns magazine award for fifth consecutive year.

Prospectors leash Huskies at home

- Grant Union teams beat Elgin at Prospector court.

PC athlete receives All-State volleyball honor

- Brianna Zweygardt earns All-State honor.

Dayville/Monument teams enjoy winning week

- Tiger teams claim three victories each at home and on the road.

Grant Union wrestlers rumble at Riverside

- Grant Union wrestlers show strength in Riverside.

Preparedness fair planned to address flooding concerns

- County Flood Emergency Preparedness Fair will be held Saturday, Feb. 6, in John Day.

GU offense struggles in loss to Burns

- Grant Union loses intense basketball contest to Burns.

Stepping out: Walking group makes sociable strides

- The dedicated Strawberry Striders venture out for walks in John Day most every day.

Grant Union boys topple Enterprise, 77-39

- Grant Union boys start new year on the right foot with first league win.

Victory rings in the new year at GU

- Grant Union girls take on Enterprise for first league win.

Where the buffalo roam

- John Day man claims trophy-sized buffalo in Utah hunt.

Panther teams fall in Badger battle

- Prairie City teams fall in nonleague battles with Powder Valley.

Sports: Year in review

- Here's a look back at sports highlights from 2015.

Grant County hoops roundup

- Two Grant County teams were on the road for games Christmas week.

The ski bus is back

- The Anthony Lakes Ski Program makes a return with bus trips scheduled for January and February.

Grant County hoops roundup

- Grant County basketball teams compete on the road.

Grant Union wrestlers take on Calhoun Classic

- Grant Union wrestlers compete at Calhoun Classic.

GU football honors announced

- Grant Union football players were selected for All League honors.

Mt. Vernon cowboy competes at NFR

- Steer wrestler Trevor Knowles finishes 12th in the World Standings.

First-graders tip hats to Valley View

- Humbolt first-graders spread cheer at an assisted living facility.

Grant Union entertains with traditional tunes

- Grant School District No. 3 musicians perform sounds of the season under the direction of Mary Ann Vidourek.

Dayville talents are a holiday hit

- Dayville school holds a Holiday Talent Show.

Seasoned Prospectors set expectations high

- The Grant Union boys basketball team aims high this year.

Elks Hoop Shoot brings out the best

- Youths participate in Elks- sponsored Hoop Shoot.

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- Grant County basketball teams went on the road last weekend, competing in tournaments.

Grant County voices heard at forest meeting

- Malheur Forest Service officials listen to local concerns regarding pace and scale of restoration for the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision.

Group provides outlet for youth artistic pursuits

- Creative minds collaborate to provide fun activities for Grant County youth.