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PRAIRIE CITY — The Prairie City football team has put another trophy on their shelf after the Oregon School Activities Association named them the Les Schwab Tires Team of the Month for September.

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BAKER CITY — When Brian Ratliff gazes at the south-facing slopes that loom above the Snake, Powder and Burnt rivers in Baker County, he’s gratified by the soft green haze he sees.

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As Mark Twain once said, it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.

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REDMOND — Grant Union volleyball will battle it out for a third-place finish at the state tourney after falling to Salem Academy in a hard-fought 3-0 match on Friday, Nov. 5.

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JOHN DAY — Grant Union's volleyball team moved on to the semifinals in the state tourney after defeating Vernonia 3-1 Tuesday, Nov. 2,  in front of a packed gym at Grant Union High School.

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PRAIRIE CITY — The Prairie City football team’s playoff run ended in a 51-48 loss to Alsea on Saturday, Oct. 30, closing the books on a strong season that saw the Panthers dominate the High De…

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JOHN DAY — The Seventh Street Sports Complex became a cross country race course for the second week in a row on Friday, Oct. 29, as Grant Union’s cross country team hosted the 3A/2A/1A-Special…

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Grant Union’s girls’ cross country team finished in second place at the Idlewild cross country meet in Burns, while the boys’ team was edged out of second place by just one point.

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Grant Union’s football team had a tall task in front of them Friday, Oct. 15, in the form of the No. 1-ranked Heppner Mustangs.

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PRAIRIE CITY — Dayville/Monument and Prairie City were neck and neck at times in a three-set thriller Wednesday, Oct. 13, but the Panthers pulled away to beat the Tigers 3-0.

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Dayville/Monument volleyball ends skidFollowing a 3-0 loss to Mitchell/Spray/Wheeler on Friday, Oct. 8, Dayville/Monument rallied past Ukiah in four games on Saturday, Oct. 9, to snap a six-ga…

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Grant Union football’s toughness was put to the test Friday, Oct. 8, against Stanfield.

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Grant Union football wins two in a row Grant Union’s football team picked up a win on the road on Friday, Oct. 1, a 56-6 shellacking of the Riverside Pirates in Boardman. It was the Prospector…

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A Grant Union High School student took the top spot in barrel racing and second in pole bending in the state, as the Oregon High School Rodeo Association saddled up the season.

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LEBANON — With the boys team missing their top runner and the girls’ team short two runners, Grant Union’s cross country team’s athletes put up some of their best times of the season at the Ch…

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JOHN DAY — After scoring on a fumble in the early going, Grant Union’s football team never looked back in a 46-6 shellacking of Irrigon in the squad’s first game at home on Thursday, Sept. 23.

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Panthers pick up second win of the season

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MONUMENT — Joseph proved to be too much for Dayville/Monument to handle as the Eagles defeated the Tigers 20-6 on Friday, Sept. 17.

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Young cowboys and cowgirls from as far away as Texas competed at the Grant County Junior Rodeo Saturday at the Fairgrounds.

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Prairie City beats Dayville/Monument, 54-0

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Despite being eliminated in pool play Saturday at the Grant Union High Invitational Volleyball Tournament in John Day, the Prairie City Panthers kicked off their season with a bang and have hi…

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A Grant County gym owner set two state powerlifting records on Aug. 14 at the Idaho State Championships in New Plymouth.

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The Grant Union Prospectors volleyball team took first place in the Grant Union Invitational Tournament Saturday to kick off the season.

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Kate Page has improved her placing every year she has competed in the STIHL Timbersports Series, and this year she finished sixth among the 12 women during the July 23-25 event.

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