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Al fine: Music teacher Mary Ann Vidourek closes 25-year career
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Al fine: Music teacher Mary Ann Vidourek closes 25-year career
Mary Ann Vidourek takes a look back at her music education career, and a look forward as she prepares to retire.

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Eagle on Vacation
Eagle on Vacation
Several GU students took the Eagle to the Pittock Mansion recently.
Honor Roll: Grant Union Junior-Senior High School — third quarter
Grant Union lists its honor roll students for the third quarter.
Let the Rendezvous begin!
Let the Rendezvous begin!
Cinnabar Mountain Rendezvous is around the corner — here are the events on the schedule.
Christian motorcycle groups convene in John Day
Christian motorcycle groups gather in John Day for worship and hitting the open road.
PC celebrates Armed Forces Day
PC celebrates Armed Forces Day
Local veterans and Prairie City School students gathered for an Armed Forces parade and presentation.
Students learn giving a stitch at a time
Students learn giving a stitch at a time
Humbolt Elementary third-graders show a giving heart.
Eagle on Vacation
Eagle on Vacation

District band and choir perform final concert of year
District band and choir perform final concert of year

JOHN DAY — Music lovers, mark your calendars.

The final District band and choir concert of the school year will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, at Grant Union Junior-Senior High School’s new gym.

All Grant School District...

Students learn safety, kindness, health
Students learn safety, kindness, health

CANYON CITY — Grant County fourth- through sixth-grade students took time away from their desks to gain knowledge at the Youth Life Skills and Safety Fair held Thursday, May 12, at Humbolt Elementary School in Canyon City.

The fair, which...

Stellar spellers
Stellar spellers

JOHN DAY — A dozen county-wide young spellers are now eligible to compete in the state level spelling competition.

Three students in four grade divisions came away with first-, second- and third-place wins at the May 10 Grant Education...

Poppy Days are here
Poppy Days are here

JOHN DAY — Three local Girls State delegates, Dauna Bishop, Natalie Stearns and Reitta Wyllie, will join American Legion Auxiliary members in their Poppy Program this week.

Red paper poppies are distributed, mainly around Memorial Day and...

Eagle on vacation
Eagle on vacation

Take a photo with the Eagle (print or mobile editions) while on vacation, and email it to cheryl@bmeagle.com or bring it to the Eagle office.

Students of the month: May — Prairie City School
Students of the month: May — Prairie City School

Adult volunteers share love of books with young readers
Adult volunteers share love of books with young readers

PRAIRIE CITY — It’s a partnership with one thing in common: a love of books and reading.

Prairie City School students in kindergarten, first and second grades and adult volunteers in the SMART — Start Making a Reader Today...

First-graders experience variety of arts
First-graders experience variety of arts

CANYON CITY — Humbolt Elementary first-graders were introduced to several artists and art forms last week in Peggy Murphy and Mandy Ipson’s classrooms.

The weeklong focus included meeting a new local artist each day, and trying...

Three GU students to attend June Girls State

JOHN DAY — Grant Union Junior-Senior High School students chosen to attend the 2016 American Legion Auxiliary Oregon Girls State Session in June include juniors Reitta Wyllie, Natalie Stearns and Dauna Bishop.

The girls will travel to...

Local students make the dean’s list

Several students from Grant County have been named to dean’s lists.

At Eastern Oregon University, the honored students for winter 2016 are: Mariah Meyerholz, Canyon City; Daryl Ann Powell, Dayville; Hannah Brandsma, Michael Luttrell,...