Hospital officials urge residents to take precautions.
Last known words: “My luck has run out.”
Opening entertainer for county fair selected
Ice, high winds and blowing snow affecting areas across Oregon.
Rural air enhancements funded through 2015 aviation tax increase.
Aug. 21 eclipse likely to bring thousands to Grant County.
Former soldier looks forward to serving veterans.
Despite a change in the weather, flooding is not expected in Grant County.
Joe Phippen joins city council.
E-filing remains quickest way to receive refunds.
New council members sworn in.
New veteran service officer highlights importance of proper flag etiquette.
Driver and his two dogs were assisted by search and rescue.
After law school in Chicago, Houck enjoys the trees, mountains.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife ask hunters to report their results.
Attempted murder charges reduced to assault.
Reported victim from Weiser, unrelated driver from Vale dead after collision
Commissioner Hamsher takes part in first county court meeting.
Grant School District No. 3 Superintendent says fundraiser was not approved.
Here's a look at how Grant County taxes are collected and allocated.
There we were surrounded by boxes of our “have-to-have its.” Items that seemed we couldn’t live without at the time, but now, with a new addition to the family, seemed to be taking up too much space. We had agreed it was time to...
Flu season usually lasts until spring.
The Christmas party was made possible by $465 worth of donations from the community.
Insurance company to further investigate whether Deputy DeFord may be covered.
Grant County elected officials were sworn in Friday morning at the Grant County Courthouse.
Buehler received the association’s Distinguished Service Award.
2016 return the largest ever retired in one year.
For the 2017 county fair Winegar has booked country music artist Ned LeDoux but is still searching for an opener.
Jan. 15 is the deadline for OCF grants, and March 15 is the deadline for Autzen Foundation grants.
“Without the certainty of SRS payments, schools, libraries and jails close, roads go unpaved and become unsafe, mental and physical health services are scaled back or even ended and fewer and fewer law enforcement officers patrol larger and larger...
Releasing sky lanterns and impersonating the mayor will be crimes in Oregon starting Jan. 1, while poaching penalties will go up significantly.