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Escape from addiction

- Man shares story of getting clean after decades of abuse.

Overhydrated: Dayville residents complain of saturated properties

- The reason for the subsurface water is unknown

Learning from the past: Chinese experts examine Kam Wah Chung collection

- Museum “centerpiece” of national trip

New agriculture director looks to next generation

- Taylor has extensive knowledge at the federal level

City hires agribusiness manager

- Manitsas a Grant Union, OSU grad.

Big game hunter crafts his own bullets

- DeRosier looking forward to 74th season

Local retailers gear up for hunting season

- Customers find ammunitions more accessible

Eclipse profitable for local businesses

- City makes thousands from campers

Firefighters extinguish blaze in John Day

- One building destroyed, fire contained

Local board game creator searches for capital

- “Accession” inspired by time spent in real estate industry

John Day man charged with murder

- State accuses Elliott of killing Todd Berry.

City lays out plans for internet coalition

- County residents could have fiber-optic internet by October of 2018

County seeks natural resource consultant

- Work on several Title III projects initiated

Chris Knight delights in John Day

- Performing arts center plans to host more shows

Meet those who traveled here for the eclipse

- Thousands from across the world visit Grant County to view eclipse.

City lifts downtown parking restrictions for eclipse

- Local business owners express frustration with restrictions

Marching against hate

- County residents stand in solidarity with Charlottesville.

JOURNEY: Strawberry Wilderness: a great place to get lost

- See everything from mountain peaks to waterfalls

JOURNEY: Miles of fun: Hiking trails near John Day

- Hiking trails near John Day

Navigating the eclipse


Blue Mountain Eagle

One of the most important things people can do during the eclipse is to be patient, Grant County Emergency Management Coordinator Ted Williams said.

Longer commutes and congestion, especi...

A fair way of life: 4-H youth sell swine, steer, lambs and a goat at livestock auction

- Swine, steer, lambs and a goat all auctioned off.

LeDoux riles up county fair crowds

- Show draws people from all corners of the county


- Bullfighters risk life and limb for entertainment

John Day council votes to purchase Weaver Complex

- Local business owners and residents supportive

County refers dispatch center tax measure to voters


Members of the Grant County Court voted unanimously to refer to voters a ballot measure for a local option tax to support the John Day Dispatch Center.

The measure, if approved by voters, would tax property owners ...

First Friday features flavorful fare

- Next event planned for Sept. 1

Support for hydroponic greenhouse grows

- John Day could see first harvest as early as next fall

Fiber line would triple average internet speeds

- New network may service entire county.

Corrosive clarity

- Mead uses chemical reactions to create art.

Ned LeDoux to headline county fair

- Country singer talks about his father, life on the road and his next album

County searches for new veteran service officer

- Travel management plan rolls forward

JOURNEY: Strawberry Wilderness: a great place to get lost

- See everything from mountain peaks to waterfalls

JOURNEY: Miles of fun: Hiking trails near John Day

- Hiking trails near John Day

Mud, sweat and gears: Stiner wins demolition derby

- Stands packed for 28th demolition derby

John Day receives $2.25 million in state broadband, dispatch funding

- Innovation Gateway determined a priority by Oregon Solutions survey

John Day opens new concert venue

- Live music coming to town in August

Local real estate broker named one of best in country

- Long hours pay off for local woman

Brown sentenced to 200 days in jail for sex crimes

- Twelve other charges dismissed

City of John Day fires cashier

- Report regarding discrepancies in sewer, water payments to be sent to district attorney.