Except for a fleeting moment near the start, the Grant Union Prospectors led the way throughout their first nonconference home game for a 46-39 win over the Burns Hilanders.
“The boys came out ready to play,...
The 2A Grant Union girls were down to the wire in the final 8 minutes of their Tuesday, Dec. 12, preseason home debut against 3A Burns.
With 43 seconds left in the game, Prospector Kaylee Wright tied the score 33-3...
There were praises aplenty for the performers and conductors after Friday evening’s “A Classic Christmas Concert” in John Day.
Rebecca Bogardus of Dayville and Janine Goodwin of Prairie City di...
- 170 wrestlers flock to mats at Grant Union.
- Team of 11 is building chemistry.
- Coach looks for confidence and dedication.
- New executive director joins youth advocacy organization.
- Bazaar shoppers fill fairgrounds pavilion and Keerins Hall in John Day.
- The 21st annual Holiday Showcase draws a crowd of over 400.
- New head coach Casey Hallgarth leads the team.
- Five seniors return, six freshmen join program.
- Justin Morehouse joins Robert Raschio’s Canyon City law firm.
- Grant Union reaches the state-level ag sales competition for the first time in four years.
- The Prairie City boys basketball team is led by new head coach Sam Workman.
- Six-year head wrestling coach sees breadth and quality wrestling from Grant Union team.
- Team is hopeful for postseason action
- One fifth-grade math class discovers what it takes to plan a Thanksgiving dinner.
A total of 43 Monument School students experienced the joys of acting, taking part in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production “Peter & Wendy.”
“Missoula has really taught me to sp...
- Dancers perform Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at Grant Union.
- Youth wrestling club to host meet Dec. 9.
- Fremd earns Morris F. Skinner Award.
Grant Union senior Reagan Shelley, who attended Girls State earlier this year, said she and the other girls kept busy and had little sleep, but “it was very much worth it.”
Shelley was recognized at t...
- The Monument/Dayville girls basketball team returns four starters this season.
- Grant Union FFA members collect 320 lbs. of food from community.
- Head coach Jeff Schafer is in his sixth year leading the Monument/Dayville Tigers.
- Christmas on the Prairie will mark 20th anniversary on Saturday.
Shoppers flocked to two bazaars on Saturday in Mt. Vernon, checking out handcrafted items and goodies at the Mt. Vernon Grange and the Mt. Vernon Community Center.
Shannon Winegar, who was overseeing the event at t...
- Students from four area schools hear how Natalie Marti’s family was forever changed by a drunk driver.
- Grant Union musicians perform in OMEA honor band and choir concert.
- Vets give a gun salute and Janine Goodwin performs national anthem.
- Grant Union falls 50-14 to Santiam in the OSAA football state championship quarterfinals in John Day.
- Eleven athletes, including seven foreign exchange students, team up for soccer.
- Michael Lane was hired as the new interim superintendent/principal for Monument School.
The city of Dayville held its fifth annual Scarecrow Contest, sprucing up the town with 16 creative entries.
“It’s always fun to have these ‘new residents’ join us for a month or so,...
- Navyman Bob Kimberling says defense of country was a duty.
- Connecting educational dots.
- Grant Union advances to quarterfinals after 52-0 win over Central Linn.
- The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team wins state championship for the first time in 28 years.
- Grant Union’s head cheerleading coach says bringing back school spirit is their main goal.
- Humbolt kindergartners take a fall field trip to the John Day Community Garden.
- Grant Union hosts Central Linn Saturday at 1 p.m. for first round state playoff.
- The Prairie City Panther gridders end their season with a win.
- Coach: ‘Outstanding efforts’ in Pendleton.
- Prairie City Panther volleyball team pushes round one state match to five sets in close loss.
- The Veterans Gift Shop is accepting donations through Nov. 10.
- Man accidentally stabbed while field dressing.
- The Lady Pros power on to Nov. 3-4 state championships in Redmond.