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Hay help is here for local livestock
Contributed photos/Jim Hamsher
Hay help is here for local livestock
"Hay for John Day" is making sure Grant County livestock displaced from the wildfire are well fed.

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Eagle on vacation
Eagle on vacation

Firefighter motivated by community’s appreciation
Firefighter motivated by community’s appreciation
A firefighter tells how he and his fellow crew members appreciate the John Day area community.
Caterers-turned-camp cooks keep firefighters full
Caterers-turned-camp cooks keep firefighters full
Local couple Bill and Janet Robertson cook their way to the hearts of firefighters.
Honor Roll – Grant Union

Grade 12

Charli Bowden

Gerald Carter

Marta Faulkner

Amy Lallatin

Jennifer McCloksey

Grade 11

Dawson Quinton

Grade 10

Hailey Carter

Jessica Carter

Grade 9

Jay Goldblatt

Annie...

Speed racers
Speed racers
Young tricyclists race for prizes at the fair.
The spittin’ image of a winner
The spittin’ image of a winner
Spitters are winners at the Grant County Fair.
New superintendent is on the job in Dayville
New superintendent is on the job in Dayville
Kathryn Hedrick is the new superintendent/prinicpal at Dayville School.
New school leader comes to Prairie City
New school leader comes to Prairie City
Prairie City School's new superintendent/principal is Julie Gurczynski.
4-H and FFA members are livestock winners
4-H and FFA members are livestock winners
Another livestock auction is in the Grant County Fair record books.
Up, up and away with Air Search!
Up, up and away with Air Search!

Boxcars put learning in motion
Boxcars put learning in motion
Humbolt Elementary students compete in a small-scale cardboard boxcar race on their last day of the summer session.