The Grant County Emergency Operations Center has canceled plans for a neighborhood watch program.
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Updated projections from health researchers show that there is strong evidence that measures currently in place in all of Oregon, including Grant County, are reducing transmission, according t…
Grant County churches have seen empty pews and a new way to conduct Sunday services as the stay-at-home order is in effect to flatten the curve of the new coronavirus pandemic.
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The OSAA executive board held an online meeting April 1 to discuss the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 situation. The board decided to continue its current suspension of spring acti…