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‘Cars for a Cause’ show to shine at fairgrounds
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‘Cars for a Cause’ show to shine at fairgrounds
Local student plans car show for senior project.

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Prairie City School honor roll

4.0 GPA: Josiah Hoeffner and Brianna Zweygardt.

Honor roll: Megan Camarena, Dorran Wilson and Aitor Ansotegui.

Honorable mention: Cassie Hire and Mariah McClung.

Eagle on Vacation — Rookstool
Eagle on Vacation — Rookstool

Farm Bureau awards scholarships
Farm Bureau awards scholarships

Grant County Farm Bureau awarded scholarships to three local students.

Brianna Zweygardt of Prairie City received $1,200, Maggie Justice of Grant Union received $800 and Cassie Hire of Prairie City received $250.

The Farm Bureau is an...

’62 Days parade delights despite weather
’62 Days parade delights despite weather

Cold, wet weather dampened prospects at the annual ’62 Days in Canyon City June 9.

After drizzling much of the morning, the rain and wind picked up, and some of the vendors packed up and left early. Whiskey Gulch Gang President Colby...

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High school artists celebrate Kam Wah Chung anniversary
High school artists celebrate Kam Wah Chung anniversary

The Friends of Kam Wah Chung held a poster contest in celebration of Kam Wah Chung & Co.’s 140th anniversary.

Fifteen Grant Union student entries were received and voted on by members of the board of directors.

Three of the...

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Patriotism shown at 18th Annual Grant County Quilt Show
Patriotism shown at 18th Annual Grant County Quilt Show
Quilt show continues Saturday.
4-H sharpshooters will head to state competition
4-H sharpshooters will head to state competition
A John Day 4-H shooting sports group will compete at the state level in Albany.
4-H International Exchange Program seeks host families
4-H International Exchange Program seeks host families

The States’ 4-H International Exchange program is seeking local couples and families to host high school students from foreign countries.

Alexandria Maurer of John Day, the local program coordinator, working through the Grant County OSU...

Grant Union Students of the Month — April
Grant Union Students of the Month — April

Prairie City School students of the month
Prairie City School students of the month

Nate Barber nominated Seth Moore, an eighth grader. He said Moore has shown “his character, heart, intelligence and work ethic” this school year. “Seth’s sense of humor is always there in class,” he said.

Billy...

Whiskey Gulch Gang rides again
Whiskey Gulch Gang rides again
Carl Lino is ’62 Days grand marshal
Natural Resource Camp engages teens in outdoors
Natural Resource Camp engages teens in outdoors

Grant County teens who will be in grades 7-9 this fall can sign up to join the June 25-29 Natural Resource Camp at Lake Creek Youth Camp in Logan Valley.

This year’s camp theme is “The Natural World and You.”

Students...

A trip down memory lane
A trip down memory lane

Free lunch program for kids offered this summer
Free lunch program for kids offered this summer

The John Day-Canyon City Parks and Recreation Department is again offering free lunches for children, ages 18 and younger, in four Grant County communities. Lunches cost $2 for adults.

Food will be served from 12-1 p.m. Mondays through Fridays...

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The deadline for What’s Happening items is 5 p.m. Friday. Call the Eagle, 541-575-0710, or email editor@bmeagle.com. For meetings this week, see our list in the classifieds.

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Grant County Futures Scholarship recipients announced
Bullock, Davis each receive award.
Two local students graduating from Oregon State

Two Mt. Vernon students are graduating from Oregon State University in June.

Stephanie M. Nolasco is receiving a Master of Science in soil science, and Walker E. Powell is receiving a Bachelor of Science in natural resources.

The free...

Jones selected for health camp

Nicole Jones of John Day has been selected to attend Northeast Oregon Area Health Education Center’s 26th annual MedQuest Health Career Exploration Camp, which will take place from June 18-22 on the Eastern Oregon University campus and...

King receives arts scholarship

The Juniper Arts Council has awarded a $500 scholarship to Janelle King, who is majoring in marketing with a minor in graphic design at Northwest Nazarene University. The Juniper Arts Council offers scholarships annually to Grant County students...

Aviation day inspires youths
Aviation day inspires youths

A host of volunteers welcomed 117 elementary students, mostly sixth-graders, from five county schools to an aviation field day Thursday at the Grant County Regional Airport in John Day.

The students from Humbolt, Seneca, Prairie City, Dayville...

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The deadline for What’s Happening items is 5 p.m. Friday. Call the Eagle, 541-575-0710, or email editor@bmeagle.com. For meetings this week, see our list in the classifieds.

Musicians present ‘super’ talents at spring concert
Musicians present ‘super’ talents at spring concert

Grant Union School District 3 music director Lori Hart led the junior high and high school bands and combined choir in a May 22 spring concert.

The focus was on superheroes, with songs from movies such as “The Incredibles,”...

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Out of the Past
Stories from 100 years of the Blue Mountain Eagle archives.

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‘Cars for a Cause’ show to shine at fairgrounds
Local student plans car show for senior project.
Family Fun Day is a hit for young and old
Attendance ‘great’ this year.
Monument students enjoy ‘whale’ of a journey
High school artists celebrate Kam Wah Chung anniversary
Patriotism shown at 18th Annual Grant County Quilt Show

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The deadline for What’s Happening items is 5 p.m. Friday. Call the Eagle, 541-575-0710, or email editor@bmeagle.com. For meetings this...

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Grant County Seniors
Senior news from our John Day, Prairie City and Monument correspondents.
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Grant County Seniors
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