Angel Carpenter

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JOURNEY: Take a scenic route to beautiful Arch Rock

- A hidden gem in the forest, Arch Rock, is just a short drive away.

JOURNEY: Blue Basin hike holds hidden treasure

- Island in Time hike at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument yields unique, breathtaking views.

Dayville science teacher and others will monitor eclipse with high-altitude balloons

- Dayville science teacher and students will host astronomy club for ‘astronomical’ project.

Local students, teacher participating in national eclipse project

- High-resolution, rapid-cadence images will detail sun’s inner corona.

NASA scientists studying eclipse in Unity

- Experiments planned before, during, after.

4-H’ers impress at Grant County Fair parade

- “Fair, to me, is all about the 4-H kids,” Mosier said.

John Day author releases eclipse edition of novel

- Craige McMillan offers eclipse edition of novel titled “Reconnaissance: The Creator Returns.”

Cowpokes and superheroes join in Kids Day Parade

- Kids take center stage in their own Grant County Fair parade on Friday.

John Day Swim Team finishes second at district meet

- The John Day Swim Team “showed heart and determination” at district meet in Prineville.

Kline honors late husband as grand marshal of Grant County Fair

- Grand Marshal Jean Kline will cheer on great-grandchildren at this year’s 108th Grant County Fair.

Archery competition draws interest in growing sport

- Canyon Creek Bowhunters hold Northside 3-D Trail Shoot.

Learning the ropes: Youth rodeo builds skills, confidence

- Rodeo kids learn a variety of skills while competing at Cinnabar Mountain Playdays.

Camaraderie highlights rifle-shoot competition

- Winning first and second place was Rod Carpenter of John Day.

Golf scramble to benefit Blue Mountain Care Center

- Healthcare foundation’s annual golf scramble to benefit care center.

New book highlights Grant County

- Author holds book-signing events for “Images of America: Grant County.”

Eclipse accommodations popping up, and filling up

- Solar eclipse camping and RV sites are available, with some offering entertainment.

New book highlights Grant County

- Author to hold book signing with copies of “Images of America: Grant County” available Monday, July 31.

School superintendent leaves Monument for Cove

- Former Monument superintendent to begin working at Cove Charter School.

MoonLIT Music Festival planned for eclipse weekend

- Aug. 19 solar eclipse music festival will include headliners and local musicians at the Grant County Fairgrounds.

Trout outlook: Where to find a good catch

- Anglers hopeful for trophy trout can check out these spots.

JOURNEY: Take a scenic route to beautiful Arch Rock

- A hidden gem in the forest, Arch Rock, is just a short drive away.

JOURNEY: Blue Basin hike holds hidden treasure

- Island in Time hike at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument yields unique, breathtaking views.

Residents urged to prepare for total solar eclipse

- Grant County’s emergency coordinator says make preparations early for solar eclipse.

Christian life coach finds rewards through helping others

- Local Christian life coach aims to help clients discover their full potential.

Third in state: Wildfire girls give all in softball battle

- Grant County Wildfire softball team places third at State Little League 8-9-10 Tournament.

Long Creek bareback rider Cauy Pool places 23rd at national finals

- Long Creek bareback rider enjoys national rodeo experience.

John Day Swim Team wins home meet

- Local swim team competes with five teams for home invitational win.

Eclipse accommodations popping up, and filling up

- Solar eclipse camping and RV sites are available, with some offering entertainment.

Two sisters enjoy range camp in the High Desert

- Ellie and Maggie Justice take in lessons at High Desert Youth Range Camp.

Lapping up funds: Swim team fundraiser tops 2,500 laps

- A total of 54 swimmers make 2,555 laps at Gleason Pool.

Summer Games brings thrills for local Special Olympics team

- Grant County Special Olympians compete at July 7-9 Summer State Games.

Crews keep apartment fire from spreading

- No injuries were reported, and crews cleared the scene at 9:30 p.m.

Youth Arts Program wraps up fourth season

- Youth share music, drama and art skills learned at “Summer at the YAP.”

John Day swimmers take on big pool of competition

- John Day Swim Team enjoys “fun vibe” last weekend at Pendleton Meet.

16U Wildfire finishes softball season at state tourney

- Grant County Wildfire 16U finishes in top eight at state tournament.

Silvies Valley Ranch owners show retreat and golf links

- Community leaders receive tour of The Retreat and Links at Silvies Valley Ranch.

Grant County takes second at district baseball tourney

- Grant County 12-14 Juniors baseball team finishes season second at District 3 tournament.

Founder’s Day picnic celebrates Long Creek’s past

- Keeney pioneers highlighted at Founder’s Day Celebration in Long Creek.

Prairie City’s Fourth honors military, history

- The Fourth of July rolls out — 1776 style — in Prairie City.

Youth golfers learn the ropes

- Friday scramble caps golf camp.

Kam Wah Chung park hosts receive state award

- Mel and Mary Magers are recognized for dedication to local museum.

New bakery, cafe honor inspirational grandmothers

- Cafe and bakery owner focuses on fresh, made-from-scratch meals.

Grant County Wildfire blazes for District 3 title

- Wildfire girls softball team wins it all at district tourney in La Grande.

Long Creek’s Cauy Pool qualifies for nationals

- Cauy Pool to compete in bare back at National High School Rodeo Finals.

Special Olympics team stands out at regionals

- The Grant County Special Olympics team sets a fast pace at a regional track and field meet.

BMW motorcyclists ride again

- BMW Riders of Oregon gather for Chief Joseph Rally at Grant County Fairgrounds.

Sixth-graders feast on history

- History comes to life at Humbolt Elementary.

Dayville Fire volunteers ready to go with new engine

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The Dayville Volunteer Fire Department is even more prepared for its next call out to a fire.

The department recently bought a 1991 Cummins 300 Big Cam fire engine from a private seller in Salem. Fire Chief Brandon...

John Day food cart offers global flair

- Little Canyon Food Cart in John Day is off to a ‘strong start.’