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Now, if he only had a brain ...
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Now, if he only had a brain ...
Dayville announces the winners in its second annual scarecrow contest.

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Gourd-grinning girl
Gourd-grinning girl
Audrey Colson of John Day is pleased with her decorative gourd choice at the Farmers Market Harvest Festival.
Student art
Student art

Apples galore – and more!
Apples galore – and more!
Another successful season of the John Day Farmers Market closed with a Harvest Festival on Oct. 18.
Festival fun for all
Festival fun for all

JOHN DAY – Food, produce, crafts and entertainment – were among the many treats awaiting visitors to Saturday’s Farmers Market Harvest Festival in John Day.

Crowds of happy shoppers packed Southwest Brent Street throughout...

Medal awarded to honor brother killed in 9/11 attack
Medal awarded to honor brother killed in 9/11 attack
Gerry Iken of Prairie City, whose brother, Michael, died in the 9/11 attacks, shows a replica of the Congressional Gold Medal recently issued by the U.S. Mint.
Dayville School – September students of the month
Dayville School – September students of the month
Dayville School honors its students of the month for September.
Eagle on vacation
Eagle on vacation
Susie Brown took the Eagle on vacation to an Oct. 7 business reunion dinner in Spokane.
Student art
Student art

Shooting for the moon
Shooting for the moon
Traci Carothers of Kimberly captured this shot of the lunar eclipse.
Homecoming 2014 – Dayville-style
Homecoming 2014 – Dayville-style
The red carpet is rolled out for Dayville High School's 2014 homecoming court.
Back to school with new backpacks
Back to school with new backpacks
Bank of Eastern Oregon in John Day presents two local grade school students with backpacks filled with donated school supplies.
Student art
Student art