Twelve-year-old Rowdy Israel of Dayville will celebrate her birthday in grand style next mon…
- Grant received for kiddie park and splash pad
- Cops and Courts: Feb. 13, 2019
- Law review article suggests misunderstandings about 'coordination'
- Rowdy Israel to be crowned Junior Miss Rodeo Oregon March 2
- Prairie City boys advance to district tourney's championship game
- Prairie City awarded $1M emergency water grant
- Bartlett leaves county after 11-plus years
- Shooting the Breeze: Get involved
- GOP firebrand crashes Oregon's polite politics
- Defend Oregon fined $94,750 for failure to turn in collected ballots on time
A 2017 law review article that looked at Baker County’s 2015 Natural Resources Plan could provide some insight on the Grant County Court’s current discussion about “invoking coordination” to i…
The Grant Union combined choir favored area residents with Valentine's singing telegrams on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Here, they sing "I'm Yours" at the Blue Mountain Eagle office in John Day.
Over the past few weeks, we have received reports of an outbreak of measles in southwestern Washington, which has now hit more than 50 patients.
Every child in Oregon deserves an excellent education — regardless of where the student lives or attends school, regardless of whether the stu…
The Dayville/Monument Tiger girls basketball team fell to the Adrian Antelopes 51-45 in Saturday's District 8 tournament battle for third seed to the state playoffs.