Angel Carpenter

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Exchanging thoughts to serve students

- Grant School District No. 3 will soon launch an online "ThoughtExchange" allowing the public to share ideas with each other.

XC teams make tracks at Catherine Creek

- Grant County cross country runners take on Catherine Creek Scamper.

Panthers lose hard-fought game at Spartan field

- Prairie City shows strength in first game of the season at the Pine Eagle field.

Tigers rush to victory at Arlington field

- Tigers take down Honkers in football on the road.

Lady Panthers focus on ‘killer instincts’

- In Prairie City volleyball action, the Panthers win in Pine Eagle and take a win and a loss at the Crane Tournament.

Lady Pros sweep first league game

- Grant Union sweeps Elgin in first league game of the season.

GC league foes face off in Monument

- Two Grant County teams face off for volleyball in Monument.

GU football takes fresh start

- Grant Union makes a fresh start for their 2014 football season.

Mustangs overpower Pros in Heppner

- Grant Union fights but suffers defeat at Heppner field.

Propane blast destroys Mt. Vernon Motel

- Residential motel in Mt. Vernon is destroyed by fire, and seven renters lose their homes.

Brothers Run participants aid good causes

- Brother Run participants take heart in fun event.

GU digs in for third at Heppner Tourney

- Grant Union nets third at Heppner Volleyball Tournament.

Home tourney leaves Panthers pumped up for season

- Lady Panthers host volleyball tournament, finishing strong last Saturday.

Final Playdays rodeo is colored pink

- Rodeo youth participate in their final Playdays Rodeo of the season.

Tigers roar into new season

- Ready to roar, the Dayville/Monument Tigers start their season on Friday.

Prospector hosts take second at tourney

- The Grant Union Tournament brings 12 teams to competition, including Prairie City and Dayville/Monument volleyball teams.

GU volleyball team preps for battle tests

- Grant Union volleyball coach said the team is poised for a return to state, but will face tough opponents in a new league.

GU takes on Crane in first volleyball match

- Grant Union gets feet wet with first-game win over Crane in volleyball action.

Charity scramble rounds up funds for hospital equipment

- The annual Blue Mountain Hospital Fundraiser Golf Scramble draws 73.

Lace up for Brothers Run

- Brothers Run 5K walk and run honors memory and supports MDA and youth.

Grant County gridders start season next week

- Grant County football is on the way – here's the schedule for the first games.

Coach eyes Lady Panther’s potential for success

- Prairie City Lady Panthers will light up the volleyball court with four seniors – 17 teammates in all.

Stewart Scholarship can help ‘change lives’

- Stewart Scholarship recipients receive help with their higher education goals.

Outpouring of support shown for Mt. Vernon Mayor Sue Horn

- Well-wishers show support at benefit dinner and auction.

Triathlon supports hunger causes

- Triathlon for Hunger draws 37 participants, supporting local and worldwide hunger programs.

Cyclists visit Grant County area

- Bicyclists will stay in John Day three nights while touring Grant County.

NPRA Rodeo draws young and old

- NPRA Rodeo ropes in a crowd, and includes some local competitors.

Fruits of pie-making labor yields prizes

- Four pie makers compete at the Grant County Fair.

‘Gold Pans & Cattle Brands’ brings out best in Grant County

- Fair Parade brings out "Gold Pan & Cattle Brands" for a colorful display.

A pageant for princesses

- Seven young princesses enjoy Grant County Pagent.

Talented contestants entertain fair crowd

- Talents showcased at Fair's main stage.

Endurance riding: ‘It’s all about the horse’

- Seneca Stampede draws 56 riders to Bear Valley.

Shriners game leaves lasting impression

- Grant Union football players take away memories from East West Shrine game experience.

Sea Dragons swim with heart

- Small but mighty team performs well at East Cascade District Swim Meet.

Summer lessons a splash

- Students study books and learn to swim.

Let’s go rodeo

- Fun rodeo times await at the Grant County Fair.

How to BEE a spelling champ

- Young speller will travel to the Oregon State Spelling Championship later this month.

The road less traveled

- Gravel biking opportunities in Grant County offer a comfortable ride and less traffic.

Discover Poison Creek Reservoir

- Poison Creek Reservoir provides quiet retreat.

Take a paleo hike

- The Painted Hills, listed as one of the "7 Wonders of Oregon" and Thomas Condon Paleontology Center have much to offer visitors to the area.

Sea Dragons take winner’s spot in JD swim meet

- Local swim team grabs high points at John Day Meet.

Got a hunger to swim, bike, run? Triathlon coming up

- Triathlon participants to swim, bike and run for hunger-relief causes.

Soccer camp kicks off fun for kids

- Soccer camp brings whirlwind of fun for youth at Seventh Street Complex.

Stampede! Equestrians compete, riding for a good cause

- Horses and riders compete in Seneca Stampede Endurance Ride.

Great finds at Giveaway

- Visitors enjoy Great Giveaway items for free.

Firing to win at Memorial Shoot

- Shooters take aim for prizes at annual Seneca Memorial Shoot.

Summer Games to remember

- Special Olympians compete at Summer Games.

Tucker Wright bulldogs with the best

- Tucker Wright competes with the best at the National High School Finals Rodeo.

New RV park, a peaceful home away from home

- A new RV Park in Dayville offers visitors a peaceful retreat.

Smoke clears for derby fun

- Derby drivers get pushy at the Whiskey Gulch Gang's 25th annual event in John Day.