Angel Carpenter

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Dayville alumnus participates in 75th commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day

- Dayville High School alumnus salutes at 75th Pearl Harbor Day commemoration.

Farm to school: Students explore local agriculture through Friday academy

- Humbolt Elementary students discover through Friday lessons how food reaches their table.

Young talent: Grant Union girls ready for big roles

- Grant Union girls basketball team prospects shine early in the season.

Top Grant Union musicians perform in concert

- Grant Union students travel for Honor Band and Choir concert.

Grant Union wrestlers grapple well at opening meet

- Grant Union wrestlers perform well at Irrigon meet.

Lady Panthers fall to Adrian after fast start

- The Prairie Ciy Lady Panthers kick off the basketball season with tough competition.

Grant County sports roundup

- Grant County teams from two schools were on the road for basketball tournaments last week.

Prairie City Panther boys leap to 20-point win over Adrian Antelopes

- The Prairie City Panther teams split wins, hosting Adrian as they kick off the basketball season.

Panther boys hungry for postseason play

- Prairie City boys basketball team is hopeful for a return to postseason play.

Lady Panthers eager to start season

- Team hopeful for Friday's start to the season.

All-State volleyball players have passion for the sport

- Two Grant Union volleyball players earn state honors.

Athletes to journey down under for summer competition

- Two Grant County track and field athletes plan to compete in the land down under in July.

Helen Bogart awarded for senior center service

- Helen Bogart honored for her years of service to the John Day Senior Center.

Stepping into the spotlight

- The Grant Union Gold dance team is led by new head coach Kattie Piazza.

Young, yet experienced, team ready to take on season

- Kelsy Wright takes the helm of Grant Union varsity boys basketball team.

Angel’s Kitchen: For your Thanksgiving feast

- Here are three Thanksgiving recipes to grace the feast.

Santa and all enjoy Christmas on the Prairie

- Prairie City packed for annual event.

Flag bearer hangs up spurs

- Kelly Collins retires as parade flag bearer and search and rescue volunteer.

Red Cross volunteer receives award from President Obama

- Canyon City resident Joan Bowling receives service award from President Obama.

Grant Union alum headed to collegiate rugby nationals

- Babe Nash to compete at national level with Montana State rugby club team.

Runners, find your ugly sweaters!

- A Grant Union student organizes an Ugly Sweater 5K scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 10.

Political exposure: Two local students share Girls State experience

- Two Grant Union seniors share their Girls State experiences.

Scarecrows to decorate Monument in contest

- The City of Monument is stirring up some fall fun with a scarecrow contest.

Cowboy Christmas-themed coronation celebrates queen and princess

- The Grant County Fair and Rodeo court will be crowned at Nov. 20 event.

Grant Union loses quarterfinal battle to Heppner

- The Grant Union Prospectors fall to Heppner in quarterfinal game.

New Lady Panther coach ready to lead team

- Bo Workman istaking over at the helm of the Prairie City Panthers girls basketball team.

Adult co-ed volleyball teams will compete for fun

- Parks and Rec is seeking adult volleyball players as a co-ed league, for fun and exercise, is formed.

Grant Union athlete plans to throw javelin down under

- Grant Union's track and field team member Kaylee Wright makes plans to compete down under.

Veterans and students rub elbows in Long Creek

- Veterans visit with Long Creek and Ukiah students in a special presentation.

Ray leaves logging to repair World War II submarines

- John Day resident Dick Ray's Navy service took him a world away from logging life in 1943.

Youth wrestlers show winning ways

- Youth wrestlers bring home medals from first tournament of the season.

Stepping up: Grant Union advances to state quarterfinals

- The Grant Union Prospectors advance to the quarterfinals in football action.

Lady Prospectors cap season with third at state tourney

- The Grant Union Lady Prospectors earn a third-place trophy at OSAA State Championships.

Grant Union sports update

- The Grant Union Lady Prospectors place third at state and the Prospector football team will face Heppner in the quarterfinal round on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Words for Thirds program give students a vocabulary boost

- Third-grade students in Grant County receive new dictionaries to help build their vocabularies.

Veterans Gift Shop is open for donations

- Volunteers with the Veterans Gift Shop in John Day seek donations.

Chicago Cubs fan experiences historic Game 5 win

- John Day resident Doug Sharp realizes World Series dream.

Grant County sports roundup

- Grant County teams competed on the road, finishing their seasons.

Rodeo youth celebrate the season

- Rodeo youth and family members celebrate the Cinnabar Mountain Playdays season.

GU talents displayed at fall concert

- Grant Union bands and choir perform at fall concert.

Lady Pros punch ticket to volleyball state championship

- Grant Union sweeps Kennedy and travels next week to the state championship tournament.

No holding back: GU gridders are Wapiti League champs

- Grant Union football team claims Wapiti League championship title.

Grant County natives open salon and spa

- A new salon and spa in John Day offers double pedicure stations, as well as hair services, manicures and facials.

Grant Union has 72-14 showdown in Enterprise

- Grant Union puts up a big win against Enterprise on the road.

Prairie City places fourth at High Desert League Tournament

- Prairie City and Monument/Dayville volleyball players battle at district tournament.

Grant County sports roundup

- Grant County hit the road for competition in Enterprise and Harper.

Grant Union nets Wapiti title

- Grant Union bests Imbler for third time to become Wapiti District champions.

SMART reading volunteers make positive impact

- SMART reader program coordinator seeks volunteer adult readers at Prairie City School.

HISTORY: Ranching in the good ol’ days

- Billy Drinkwater, nearing his 100th birthday, recalls his early years iof cattle ranching.

Undefeated Lady Pros claim league champ status

- Grant Union Lady Prospectors get the sweep on the road and at home.