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Sea Dragons swim to second
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Sea Dragons swim to second
The John Day Sea Dragons take second in Burns.

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Ohhh, so close!
Ohhh, so close!
Grant County softball team comes up short in championship game.
ODFW acts to help native fish
ODFW curtails hours on most Oregon rivers to help native fish.
Middle Fork salmon die-off discovered
ODFW recently discovered over 100 Chinook salmon dead in the upper section of the Middle Fork John Day River.
7 Wonders Painted Hills bicycle found
7 Wonders Painted Hills bicycle found
The 7 Wonders Painted Hills bike has been found
Tucker Wright bulldogs at CNFR
Tucker Wright bulldogs at CNFR
Tucker Wright bulldogs to seventh in the nation at the CNFR.
Derby dad gets Wildcat ready to ride
Derby dad gets Wildcat ready to ride
Demolition driver Wayne Saul makes final preparations for Saturday's big event.
Sea Dragons shave time in Lakeview
Sea Dragons shave time in Lakeview
The Sea Dragons take on the Lakeview Swim Meet.
Wallowa Lake State Park to host overnight guided camping trip
Wallowa Lake State Park to host overnight guided camping trip
Wildfire team plays for championship title
Wildfire team plays for championship title
Grant County Wildfire will plays at state championship game today.
Junior golfers give their best shot
Junior golfers give their best shot
A six-day junior golf camp teaches lessons in the basics.
Softball all-stars earn state berth
Softball all-stars earn state berth
Grant County won District 3 Little League softball championship on Tuesday.
Sea Dragons splash into season
Sea Dragons splash into season
The John Day Sea Dragons start swimming season.
Golf scramblers highlight fun in CASA fundraiser
Golf scramblers highlight fun in CASA fundraiser
Golf scramble raises record amount for children served by CASA.
Chinook fishery yields low catch
Chinook fishing on the mainstem John Day River yields low catch.
Baker City Cycling Class included punishing leg to Prairie City
Baker City Cycling Class included punishing leg to Prairie City

The Baker City Cycling Classic began June 26 in Sumpter, as competitors raced 87 miles out and back to Prairie City. The punishing route had a total ascent of 7,500 feet and temperatures pushed 100 degrees.

The four-day race concluded June 28.

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Two Grant Union players named to All-Oregon softball teams.
Hunters education classes start next week
Hunters Education classes are around the corner.
Special Olympians find joy in competing
Special Olympians find joy in competing
Special Olympians have fun competing at Regional Summer Games.
Queen Reitta rides in Union
Queen Reitta rides in Union
Grant County Fair and Rodeo Queen rides in Union parade.
Meeting for bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain goat hunters set for July 18 in The Dalles
Bighorn sheep hunters and others invited to a meeting in The Dalles.
Two GU softball players honored
Two GU softball players honored
Two Grant Union softball players receive All-Oregon softball honors.

Local Sports

Sea Dragons swim to second
The John Day Sea Dragons take second in Burns.
Dayville Dash, smoky, but fun
Here are more results from Dayville's Fourth of July weekend celebration.
Rounding up fun at the Cinnabar Playdays
CRUNCH TIME - Derby drivers put on aggressive show
Tucker Wright bulldogs at CNFR

Outdoors

ODFW acts to help native fish
ODFW curtails hours on most Oregon rivers to help native fish.
Middle Fork salmon die-off discovered
ODFW recently discovered over 100 Chinook salmon dead in the upper section of the Middle Fork John Day River.
7 Wonders Painted Hills bicycle found
Wallowa Lake State Park to host overnight guided camping trip
Chinook fishery yields low catch

Hunting

Hunters education classes start next week
Hunters Education classes are around the corner.
Meeting for bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain goat hunters set for July 18 in The Dalles
Bighorn sheep hunters and others invited to a meeting in The Dalles.