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Launch permits unlimited this year on JD River

FOSSIL – Boaters planning spring and summer trips on the John Day River can reserve permits now for launch dates through July.

Permits are unlimited this year, which means boaters don’t need to rush to reserve a date.

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Round 1 heartbreaker ends GU girls’ season
Round 1 heartbreaker ends GU girls’ season
Grant Union girls battle tough, but Dragons fly ahead for the win at Round 1 game.
Dance teams compete at Pendleton
Dance teams compete at Pendleton
The Grant Union Gold dance team and younger teams compete in Pendleton.
Johnson claims third at state
Johnson claims third at state
Grant Union's Clay Johnson wrestles to third at state.
Malheur Forest taps snowmobile groups for map, route info
Information gathered will be used for forest maps of over-snow recreation areas.
Bowling results
Here are bowling league results from Nugget Lanes.
Tournament results
Here are the results of the 2A Wapiti and 1A High Desert basketball tournament.
Long Creek/Ukiah teams end season
Long Creek/Ukiah teams end season
The Long Creek/Ukiah team closes out season with vigorous battle against Prairie City, and girls make strides.
Elgin too much for GU boys at Wapiti Tourney
Elgin too much for GU boys at Wapiti Tourney
The Grant Union boys end their season with a close los sto Elgin at the Wapiti District Tournament.
Pressure-cooker game pushes Tiger boys out of tourney
Pressure-cooker game pushes Tiger boys out of tourney
The Dayville/Monument Tiger lose to Adrian in tight battle for third-seed to state.
Panthers stung by Hornets in district contest
Panthers stung by Hornets in district contest
Prairie City boys fall to Hornets at district play-in game.
Lady Panthers oust the Tigers
Lady Panthers oust the Tigers
Panther and Tiger girls end season at High Desert Tournament.
GU wrestler Clay Johnson is district CHAMP
GU wrestler Clay Johnson is district CHAMP
The Grant Union wrestling team, finishing 6th at district, sends Clay Johnson to the state meet this week.
Lady Pros advance to Round 1
Lady Pros advance to Round 1
The Lady Prospectors advance to Round 1 of the state playoffs.
Lady Panthers topple Tigers
Lady Panthers topple Tigers
Panther girls defeat the Tigers in district elimination game.
Panther boys stung by Hornets in play-in contest
Panther boys stung by Hornets in play-in contest
Prairie City boys lose heartbreaker play-in game to Harper/Huntington.
Panther boys face Hornets tonight at GU
Panther boys face Hornets tonight at GU
The Prairie City Panther boys face Harper/Huntington tonight at 7 p.m.
Lady Tigers bounce into district play
Lady Tigers bounce into district play
The Dayville/Monument Tiger girls will continue on in district play after their win over Harper/Huntington.
Host needed for Magone
A friendly host is needed to camp out and help maintain the facilities at the scenic lake campground.
When the going gets TOUGH: GU has comeback win
When the going gets TOUGH: GU has comeback win
Grant Union boys team rises above adversity, takes victory on home court.
Bowling results
Here are results from the bowling leagues at Nugget Lanes.
Panther teams prepare to leap into district action
Panther teams prepare to leap into district action
Prairie City teams prepare for district tournament action.
2015 county sports schedule
2015 county sports schedule
Here's what's happening in Grant County sports.
Lady Pros crush Elgin on senior night
Lady Pros crush Elgin on senior night
Grant Union girls take big win over Elgin Huskies on senior night.
Dancers shine for second-place finish
Grant Union Gold dancers take second-place finish at South Albany.
Long Creek/Ukiah teams end season with gusto
Long Creek/Ukiah basketball teams end season with strong effort.
Grapplers take on Pine Eagle tourney
Grant Union wrestlers finish 10th at Pine Eagle, prepare for district tournament in Enterprise.
Tiger boys strong-arm the Bulls
Tiger boys strong-arm the Bulls
Dayville/Monument girls and boys teams battle at home court for victories.
New boss picked for ODFW

SALEM – The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission has picked interim director Curt Melcher to continue at the helm of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

The decision was announced at the Commission’s regular meeting last...

Hunter class coming up in John Day
Sign up at local hardware stores or ODFW to take the hunter education course, offered over two weeks in John Day.
Third quarter lifts Lady Pros over Bobcats
Third quarter lifts Lady Pros over Bobcats
Grant Union girls pull out strong finish against No. 2 team in league.

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Bowling scores
Here are the results for Nugget Lanes bowling leagues.
Round 1 heartbreaker ends GU girls’ season
Grant Union girls battle tough, but Dragons fly ahead for the win at Round 1 game.
Dance teams compete at Pendleton
Johnson claims third at state
Bowling results

Outdoors

Launch permits unlimited this year on JD River

FOSSIL – Boaters planning spring and summer trips on the John Day River can reserve permits now for launch dates through...

Shed hunt responsibly to protect big game

SALEM – As shed hunters hit the woods in search of prized elk and deer antlers, wildlife officials urge them to take care not to bother big...

Spend spring break on the slopes
Malheur Forest taps snowmobile groups for map, route info
Host needed for Magone

Hunting

New boss picked for ODFW

SALEM – The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission has picked interim director Curt Melcher to continue at the helm of the Oregon Department...

Hunter class coming up in John Day
Sign up at local hardware stores or ODFW to take the hunter education course, offered over two weeks in John Day.