Snowballers club rides in powder

JOHN DAY - The Grant County Snowballers snowmobile club will ride to Lake Creek in the Summit Prairie area on Sunday, March 23.

The local group invites families to take advantage of the late-season snow. For more information, call club president Bill Long at 542-2202.

Following is the club's schedule for the next two months:


23 - Ride to Lake Creek with the Burns Club (weather dependent)


7 - Monthly meeting at the Elks, 7 p.m.

12 - Annual banquet, Dirty Shame

For more information, call 542-2202 or see the club's Web page at

Anthony Lakes touts fresh snow

NORTH POWDER - Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort reports an 84-inch base and 88 inches of snow at mid-mountain with good skiing, as of March 9. The resort reported 2 inches of new snow in a 24-hour period.

Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort is open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday through Sunday and on holidays. There is no night skiing at the resort. The resort closes in mid-April. The resort will be open for spring break.

For updates, call (541) 856-3277 or see the Web site at

Mt. Bachelor notes deep base

BEND - Mt. Bachelor near Bend reports a base of 109 inches of snow, 113 inches at mid-mountain, with 10 inches of new snowfall within the previous 24 hours, as of March 10.

Lifts are open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends and holidays.

Call 1-866-740-1355 for lift ticket information. For latest conditions, call the-snow report number at (541) 382-7888.

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