- The Grant Union Prospectors overcome a sluggish start for a landslide win.
The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team had one more hurdle to overcome in their quest to be league champions.
The Lady Pros showed their strengths with a 3-0 win over the Imbler Panthers Friday night in John Da...
Tied at 23-23 in their third set, the 1A varsity Lady Panther volleyball team overcame the 2A junior varsity Grant Union Prospectors for a 3-0 sweep Thursday night.
Prairie City won the match with scores of 25-17, ...
Heart of Grant County staff members are bringing attention to Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
They started off October with a Color Me Free Run and Walk on Oct. 4 and decorated their John Day office with purple ...
- Monument/Dayville is on a four game win streak after forfeiting games.
- This is the first time on a volleyball team for foreign exchange students Juana Wagner of Germany and Joe Nun of South Korea.
Monument School District board members are on the search for a new interim superintendent.
The board met Monday to discuss options to replace interim superintendent Ron Frieh, who came from Springfield and left a f...
- Prairie City continues league action on Friday, facing the Crane Mustangs.
- Victim Assistance staff members advocate for those affected by domestic violence.
- Monument school board accepts resignation of interim superintendent/principal.
- Prospector junior varsity spikers play up to a Tiger challenge in Dayville.
- Eastern Oregon author finds the funny in the everyday experiences of farm life.
- Color Me Free Fun Run and Walk brings awareness, and “brightens” participants’ day.
- Army veteran is ready to assist as Grant County’s new veteran service officer.
- Volunteer pilots offer free flights to area youths at Saturday’s Fly-In.
- Grant Union Prospectors seal the deal in close matches against the Union Bobcats.
When Wilma Boyer started working at the Blue Mountain Hospital in Prairie City in 1959, the facility had about 15 patient beds and a three-bed nursing home ward.
She worked as a nurse’s aide.
- Grant Union sweeps Enterprise and Elgin at 9th Annual Dig Pink Rally.
The Prairie City Panther cheerleaders kept busy during last week’s homecoming festivities.
This year’s group of five girls and head coach Jill Wright planned their school pep assembly down to the fine...
A host of volunteers in Monument rolled up their sleeves to make Saturday’s Buckaroo Festival & Harvest Auction a success.
The event featured fun, games and food for the whole family, including a dinner ...
- Prairie City School students are unstoppable in fundraiser jog-a-thon.
- Fans fill the Three Flags Field stands for Friday night’s Grant Union vs. Burns football game.
Friday was homecoming for the Prairie City Panthers, but the Harper Hornets stole the show with a 60-6 win.
Senior Danner Davis scored Prairie City’s sole touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Prairie City ...
- After a traffic incident in Canyon City, OTEC officials warn of power line hazards.
- Grant Union’s cross country runners are on the path to a fun season.
- Two Grant County volleyball teams face off in Monument.
- Prairie City Panthers win Powder Valley Tournament and home match.
- Chris Cronin enjoys retirement after 24 years as EOU regional director; distance programs are still ‘alive and well.’
- NPRA rodeo cowboys and cowgirls compete at Grant County Fairgrounds.
- Three local athletes journey to Australia for track and field championships.
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 Cheste...
- Student writers win at state level, writing about becoming future guardians of liberties.
- The Prairie City volleyball team beats Pine Eagle 3-0.
- Grant Union claims a 44-6 victory over Heppner in their first home game of the season.
- A group traveling coast to coast in side-by-side sports utility vehicles, stops in John Day.
Today’s Monument/Dayville Tigers football game against Harper is canceled due to smoky skies creating poor air quality.
Dayville’s athletic director Tiffnie Schmadeka said she was in contact with Harp...
- The Monument/Dayville varsity topples Grant Union junior varsity team in volleyball action.
- Prairie City wins their home tournament, beating Joseph in the final match.
- The Monument/Dayville Tiger volleyball team has strong serving and hitting.
- Eleven Monument/Dayville gridders are eager to start the season.
- Two determined teams battle in their first football game of the season.
- MT and Cori Anderson and their children find enjoyment in family hunts.
- Seven Grant County schools welcome students back after summer break.
- Competitors vie for buckles in Saturday’s Kids/Junior Rodeo at the fairgrounds.
- Prairie City coaches and team are confident in what the season will bring.
- Coaches are impressed with Prairie City football’s size and speed this season.
- The Lady Prospectors kickoff volleyball season with a home invitational win.
- Grant Union science teacher Sonna Smith and students test the waters of astronomy.
- Several musicians entertain at the Grant County Fairgrounds.
Prairie City’s recruitment of American Legion members to Post 106 is going strong.
National Commander Charlie Schmidt of Burns presented the 21st Century Award to the local group at its Aug. 5 meeting. About...