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The Dayville/Monument Tiger girls basketball team stepped onto the Wheeler High School court Friday to begin what they hope will be a strong season.

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Surrounded by his team in practice last week, Dayville/Monument Tiger head coach Jeff Schafer told the boys he respects and values what each brings to the table.

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After graduating five senior starters, it may seem like a new beginning for the 2A Grant Union Prospector boys basketball team, but there are talented players moving into those positions, head…

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When I was but a wee lad, my family would gather each fall for the annual sight-in of their various hunting rifles. I would pick up their empty brass cartridge cases and dream of the day I wou…

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My father introduced me to calling coyotes when I was still only registering single digits on my birthday cakes. Even at that age, I was taught about the importance of balance between predator…

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There are just 10 athletes on the Prairie City Panther girls basketball team, but most have varsity experience and head coach Bo Workman said they are “looking to have a good year.”

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My 13-year-old son, Tucker, drew a buck tag this year. Filled with excitement, we backpacked a couple of miles into the wilderness and set up camp.

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For the meat hunting purist, antlerless big game tags provide a means to get your winter provender without having to be as particular in your search efforts. Ideally, no one with such a tag sh…

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Let’s face it, no one looks cooler than Snake Plissken wielding twin .44s or Harry Callahan blazing away with a .458 magnum. The problem is, looking “cool” does nothing to mitigate heavy recoi…

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We’ve all had seasons where you have to just about give up before the “magic” happens. This year for me was the dictionary definition of enduring to the end.

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Hopefully, as you read these lines, you will be reliving the memories of a successful hunting season this fall. Now you are looking at those hard earned antlers and wondering what to do with t…

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The Dayville/Monument Tigers (1-6) didn’t give up in Friday’s battle against the South Wasco Redsides (6-1) in Monument, but the visitors took a 77-19 win.

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There was no letting up Friday as the Grant Union Prospectors applied strong defensive pressure on the Riverside Pirates while racking up touchdowns for a 50-0 victory on their homecoming night.

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Not too many years back, shooters endured two buying frenzies where ammo became scarce. Demand was at an all-time high, and manufacturers struggled to maintain the dismally low supply. Hoarder…

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It was time to “think pink” Saturday as the Dayville/Monument Tigers hosted the Jordan Valley Mustangs for a league match and their Dig Pink Rally, honoring those touched by cancer.

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The Prairie City Panthers, with one starter out for the season, lost Thursday night’s battle with Crane, the Mustangs claiming a 3-1 win with scores of 25-9, 25-21, 24-26 and 25-18.

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There are probably as many opinions on the proper way to clean a firearm as there are elbows in the world. I have read and watched every expert on the topic I can find, and after exhaustive re…

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Youths who competed in this year’s Cinnabar Mountain Playdays youth rodeo series met with family and friends Sunday for their season-end banquet.

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Echo received the kickoff and scored on the second play with Cougar Mason Smith rushing nearly 50 yards for a touchdown. The Cougars also added 2 extra points on a place kick.