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A fading Rainbow: Hundreds clean up the mess of thousands after gathering

- Hundreds clean up the mess of thousands

Grant County carnage

- Fairgrounds to host 28th annual demolition derby

Blind man rides coast to coast

- Mairs raises money to restore sight to thousands

Myers pleads guilty to assault charges

- Victim is Myers’ daughter

Court approves temporary road closure

- Comment period for Flat Project ends July 21

City investigating problem with water and sewer payments

- Customers not credited for sewer and water payments

Monument and Dayville celebrate Independence Day

- Small towns celebrate with big spirit.

Faces of the Rainbow


“Shuttle” never counted how many Rainbow Gatherings he’s been to, but he was at the first one in 1972.

He’s worked on the parking crews and estimates he’s helped park three quarte...

Blazing a trail

- Magone trail system gets underway

Medical supply store under new ownership

- Norco is considering offering delivery in the future

Rainbow Gathering officially begins

- People from all walks of life gather on the Malheur National Forest.

Bomb plan in place for county government

- Forest plan revision expected in mid-August

Windstorm causes tens of thousands of dollars of damage to Prairie City

- Wastewater treatment facility suffered structural damage

DA dispensing swift sentences to summertime visitors

- Crime not as high as anticipated

Interagency assessments for fish habitat delay ranchers’ access to federal land

- Grazing allotments conflict with steelhead and bulltrout habitat

Grub & Grog delights adults

- Parks and Rec open to putting on more events

Tensions rising: Heated exchange erupts at Rainbow Gathering community meeting

- Concerns about local economy, environment discussed

Local author pens western

- “Quinatana” tells the story of a post-civil war hero

Rural veteran transportation program logs 500,000 miles

- Federal funds aid local vets

Agencies prepare as unauthorized Rainbow Gathering sets up camp

- 10,000-30,000 expected to attend event on Malheur National Forest.

Improvement projects in John Day moving forward

- Weaver Complex in worse shape than originally thought.

First farmers market kicks off summer

- Local vendors offer a variety of goods

Rainbow gathering breaks ground on camp


The Rainbow Family has started preparing its gathering site on the Malheur National Forest, where 10,000-30,000 people are expected to gather in the coming weeks.

The Rainbow gathering is held annually on public la...

Health fair focuses on keeping residents healthy

- Grant Union hosts 23rd annual health fair

City hires project manager for Oregon Pine project

- Lieuallen to start July 1

County wary of influx of people for summer events

- Court uses new PA system for first time

Rainbow gathering choosing Oregon location

- Malheur National Forest among possibilities

Humbolt plans to combine third and fourth grades

- Parents express concerns.

Jail could rent extra beds to Department of Justice

- Court held in Monument

’62 Days highlights ‘Miner’s Eclipse’

- This years theme is ‘Miner’s Eclipse’

Medical marijuana dispensary opens in John Day

- Owners focused on local products

City receives $100,000 grant

- Purchase of Weaver Complex still up in the air

Innovation Gateway project moves forward

- City hires project manager

Memorializing the fallen

- Veterans and civilians remember those they have lost

Iron Triangle creating two biomass processing facilities

- At least 10 jobs to come to John Day

Fun in the sun: Try your hand at these warm-weather games

- Try your hand and these warm-weather activities

Tips for a sturdier garden

- Deer, clay soil common obstacles

Forest plan revision will be followed by travel management planning

- Beverlin encourages public to submit concerns about road closures

Prairie City clerk retires after 29 years

- McDonald looks forward to remodeling home and traveling