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High School sports schedules are out along with guidelines for spectators.
A clay pigeon shoot benefiting Lonnie and Roger Lawrence of Monument will take place March 20 in Kimberly.
Blue Mountain Hospital District is excited to announce a free sports injury clinic for Grant County student athletes. Whether you are injured on the field, in practice or have a nagging long-t…
High school sports are making a comeback in Grant County, but the work continues on shaping the unorthodox season.
Without sports, Grant Union’s weights and conditioning program has provided an outlet for exercise.
Youth hunters (age 17 and younger) will need to fully complete their hunter education certification, including completing a field day, to hunt in Oregon on their own tag as of April 1.
After 38 years, Oregon wildlife regulators want to make permanent a program that provides hunting tags to landowners who provide habitat for elk, deer and antelope.
Big game and turkey hunters should report their tags online or at a license sale agent to avoid long phone queues.
Sports may be on hold at the moment, but Grant Union High School now has an open gym schedule.
The John Day Golf Club kicked off 2021 with its annual Snowflake Tournament over the weekend.
A Prairie City School student recently placed fourth in senior saddle bronc riding at the Junior Roughstock Association World Finals.
The Oregon School Activities Association executive board on Monday, Dec. 7, voted to revise the 2020-21 OSAA calendar by moving the start dates of Season 2 to February, with Seasons 3 and 4 to…
Skiers and snowboarders rejoice: Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort opened to season pass holders for the first turns of the season on Saturday, Nov. 28.
HERMISTON — Presentation is everything, from the grooming of the horse to the length of the rider’s pants. The smallest detail could mean the difference between a world championship and a long…
Two Grant Union High School students took first and fourth places in cow cutting at the Molalla cutting competition over the weekend.
Two Grant Union High School students took first and second place in cow cutting at the North Powder cutting competition over the weekend.
A Grant Union High School student continued to dominate in barrel racing this weekend at the Oregon High School Rodeo in Condon.
Archery deer hunting in Eastern Oregon will change from a general season to a controlled season next year.
Jeff Yanke was optimistic about this year’s run of Lostine River coho salmon, but he was still surprised by how many fish began battling their way up the Columbia River earlier in 2020.
Morrow-Grant County OHV Park is offering opportunities for youth hunting.
A Grant Union High School student continued to dominate in barrel racing at the Southern Oregon High School Rodeo in Cottage Grove labor day weekend.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking successful forest grouse and mountain quail hunters to return a wing and a tail from each bird they harvest.
A Grant Union High School student took the top spot in barrel racing this weekend at the Southern Oregon High School Rodeo in Cottage Grove.
The bug affecting the MyODFW app on Apple devices announced last week has been fixed.
A wounded elk killed a hunter Saturday in Tillamook.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife recently became aware that the MyODFW app will not open on iPhones or iPads when the device is out of cell service or in airplane mode — users will g…
Over a dozen ranch hand cowboys and ranchers gathered together at the Grant County Fair Aug. 15 to compete for the top spot in team branding.
Fleet-footed cow dogs were the stars Aug. 14 during the dog trials at the Grant County Fair.
The Grant County Wildfire 16U softball team finished out their summer season just like they had hoped in a round robin tournament in La Grande Aug. 1, handily defeating Union County Lightning …
The Oregon School Activities Association executive board voted Wednesday, Aug. 5, to move high school football and other fall sports to the spring of 2021.
High school sports will return this fall in Oregon — just a little later than usual. At least that is the plan as of July 22.
When COVID-19 canceled the Lady Prospectors’ softball season, head coach Zach Williams told the girls, no matter what happened, he would keep trying to salvage some semblance of a season.
A Grant Union High School student brought home the state title in cow cutting at the Oregon State High School Rodeo State Finals, held in Prineville June 18-20.
Nearly 75 people competed in the Thadd’s Place golf tournament at the John Day Golf Course Saturday and then hit the drive-through dinner by donation in the Chester’s Thriftway parking lot to …
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is in the third year of a review of its big game regulations meant to improve regulations and align them with current biological objectives for wildl…
Grant County beat Harney County in a four-person golf tournament at the Retreat & Links at Silvies Valley Ranch while raising money for both counties’ high school golf programs Saturday in…
A hunter education class is planned July 6-16 in John Day.
Grant Union graduate Mason Gerry signs a letter of intent to throw javelin at Clackamas Community College.
Grant Union graduate Tristan Morris was selected by the Oregon Basketball Coaches Association to participate in the 48th annual Oregon State Metro All Stars Series.
Golfing and fundraising will come together at a tournament between community members from Grant and Harney counties.
More than two months since the sports world went into hibernation, plans for the return of athletics have started to take shape.
The Prairie City Boys Basketball team put another trophy on their shelf last month as the Oregon School Activities Association awarded them Les Schwab Tires “Team of the Month.”
Controlled hunt applications are still due May 15, but the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife recognizes some hunters may be concerned about applying due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nonresidents may fish and hunt in Oregon again as of May 5. Recreational clamming and crabbing will remain closed to nonresidents until further notice, according to an Oregon Department of Fis…
With OSAA’s decision to cancel all remaining spring activities and sports to stem the spread of the coronavirus, local senior athletes are watching an exciting time of their life slip away and…
Per Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement that Oregon schools will be closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the school year, the Oregon School Activities Association has cancelled all rem…
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is closing recreational hunting, fishing, crabbing and clamming to non-residents due to concerns about travel to Oregon to participate in these outdo…
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…
As the rest of the sports world came to a halt in recent weeks, Grant Union’s track and field met for practice Thursday, ahead of Oregon School Activities Association’s suspension of all sprin…
Three Ukiah/Long Creek basketball players earned all-league honors from the High Desert basketball league at the conclusion of the 2019-2020 district tournament.
For the third time in three years, the Prairie City Panthers boys basketball team came home from the 1A state basketball tournament in Baker City hoisting a trophy. This time around, the boys …
Prairie City senior Shaine Madden, center, signs a letter of intent to play softball for Columbia Basin Community College, flanked by Grant Union/Prairie City head coach Zach Williams, left, a…
The Panthers, after coming back from a 16-point deficit, came up short against Ione/Arlington, losing 57-53 and took sixth place at the state tournament Saturday at Baker City High School.
The Prairie City Panthers avenged their only regular-season loss, beating Joseph in triple overtime, 51-46, in the consolation round of the 1A boys state basketball tournament Friday.