Angel Carpenter

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Golf scramblers highlight fun in CASA fundraiser

- Golf scramble raises record amount for children served by CASA.

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- Two Grant Union players named to All-Oregon softball teams.

Special Olympians find joy in competing

- Special Olympians have fun competing at Regional Summer Games.

Meeting for bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain goat hunters set for July 18 in The Dalles

- Bighorn sheep hunters and others invited to a meeting in The Dalles.

DEQ continues vapor investigation

- The Department of Environmental Quality continues investigation.

Local talent displayed ‘al fresco’

- Outdoor art show adds color in downtown John Day.

Stewart Scholarship applications due July 1

- Stewart Scholarship offers more higher ed funding than the previous years.

GW Clark bulldogs with state’s best

- GW Clark shows bulldogging skills at State Finals.

Got health?

- Health conscious visit growing annual Grant County Health Fair.

A day for Family Fun

- Young and old flock to the John Day City Park for popular family event.

New PCS super leads school July 1

- Prairie City School's new superintendent/principal begins full time on July 1.

Track athlete prepares for Junior Olympics

- Monument's Sophia Pettit qualifies for Junior Olympics.

Sun shines on Cruise-In

- A shiny show at the Elks Lodge draws fans of classic vehicles.

JD area welcomes BMW rally riders

- BMW riders enjoy the sights as they wheel in to John Day for Chief Joseph Rally.

JD Farmers Market blooms

- A big crowd enjoys opening day at the local farmers market.

Youth golf starts June 23

- Youth can learn the ins and outs of golf with coach Ron Lundbom's Junior Golf lessons.

Geocachers set coordinates for Grant County

- Geocachers set out to explore Grant County in this year's Geocoin Challenge.

Cowboys ride high at bull riding tour

- Challenge of Champions bull riders show talent, entertaining a Grant County Fairgrounds audience.

JD Rural Fire extinguishes Sunday blaze

- Fire chief warns residents to use caution when burning.

DEQ continues work on vapor investigation

- EPA and DEQ find gasoline and diesel in groundwater, and work with a potentially responsible party.

Dayville alumnus is NCAA All-American in javelin

- Justin Larson's javelin still flies at Western Oregon University.

GU alumnus signs letter of intent

- Jordan Ackerman signs national letter of intent to play for Bluefield Rams.

Bull riders to compete, entertain

- Get ready for this weekend's all-bullriding event at the Challenge of Champions tour at the Grant County Fairgrounds.

Taking a shot at Ironman competition

- Ironman Shoot draws over two dozen competitors.

Equipment gives searchers sharper eye from the sky

- New equipment will help local Air Search crew.

GU alumni trio shine as BMCC baseball starters

- Three Grant Union alumnus finish baseball season as Timberwolves starters.

Spellers B-A-T-T-L-E in Bee

- County's best young spellers put their skills to the test.

Fair focuses on teen health in Grant County

- Teen students learn tips for better health at school event.

Pros’ season ends in Stayton

- Grant Union ends season at state playoff game versus Regis.

Sophia Pettit flies to strong finish at state

- Monument School eighth-grader Sophia Pettit is a state middle school track champion.

Board narrows search for new PCS super

- Prairie City School board hopes to hire a new superintendent in the near future.

Fishing derby coming Saturday

- Fun, and free, fishing derbywill be held for kids in Prairie City on Saturday.

GU middle school girls are tops in track

- Middle school girls go the distance in track and field.

GU student Clay Johnson named regional FBLA vice president

- Grant Union's FBLA chapter concludes a successful year.

Lady Pros lose tough district battle to Huskies

- Lady Prospectors end their season in Elgin at district playoff game.

Kids rodeos are back

- Cinnabar Mountain Playdays kids rodeos start this weekend in Mt. Vernon.

State track athletes strike gold

- Three county track teams compete well at state.

Prospectors face Rams in first-round state

- Grant Union prepares for state playoff game against Regis.

It’s a rendezvous!

- Cinnabar Mountain Rendezvous celebration is highlighted by parade and fun in the Mt. Vernon city park.

Grant Union hosts Baker today at Malone Field

- The Grant Union Prospectors will host Burns at noon today at Malone Field.

Prospectors plan for games this week

- With an eye on the weather, the Grant Union baseball team may play ball Thursday.

GU ball team pushes forward

- The Grant Union baseball team is optimistic as state playoffs are in their future.

PC athletes focus on maximizing success

- Prairie City track and field athletes seek success as district meets approach.

Lady Pros earn trip to district playoffs

- The Grant Union/Dayville/Prairie City Lady Prospectors head to district playoffs this week.

Dustin Elliott hosts online show about ‘all things rodeo’

- Former John Day resident Dustin Elliott shares rodeo tips through a new online talk show.

4-man GU golf team ends season

- Grant Union's golf team falls just short of a trip to state – two players achieve personal records for the year.

Five GU athletes vault to state

- Grant Union sends off five track and field athletes to Hayward Field.

1A track teams send athletes to state championships

- Monument and Prairie City track teams will send athletes to state championships.

New school-based health center opens

- A new health center for all Grant County school-aged kids opens in John Day.

GU band finishes fifth at state

- Grant Union's band finished in fifth place at the OSAA State Band/Orchestra Championships.