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Stephen Allen

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Waste Management – Steady Despite Pandemic

Gilliam County’s largest employer, Waste Management, made a bold commitment in the early days of the COVID pandemic: to keep everyone employed. That pledge...

“Hot Licks” is back in Oregon, with original owner where she belongs

Bobby Byars 25 year quest to find his 1948 Anglia hotrod When thinking of the great muscle cars and dragsters that are an iconic part...

First COVID vaccination in Wheeler Co.

Dr. Robert Boss of Asher Community Health Center is the first person in Wheeler County to receive the vaccine for COVID-19. Dr. Boss received...

Counties race to get grants to small businesses

State of Oregon pushes CARES Act funding to counties - gives little time to spend funds On December 1st, the state committed to a baseline...

OSAA Adjusts 20-21 Calendar, pushes basketball start date to February

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) Executive Board has revised the Association’s calendar to start activities in February.  The OSAA Executive Board was hopeful...

First COVID-19 fatality in Gilliam County

The first person to die from COVID-19 in Gilliam County was reported today by Gilliam County Court Judge Elizabeth Farrar. In a PSA to media,...

All systems go for several events this Saturday

Organizers for several holiday events in the area are breathing a sigh of relief. Popular festivities will be held for such events as Condon's...

Chasing Chukar

The Thanksgiving Hunt As a kid, I didn’t know how good I had it. Outside of Ione, we would hunt Willow Creek with our family...

OHA reports 2 more positive cases in Wheeler County

Oregon reports 1,233 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 24 new deaths PORTLAND, Ore. — COVID-19 has claimed 24 more lives in Oregon, raising the...

Oregon Delegation Presses Trump Admin. to Extend Open Enrollment Period to Dec. 31

In the face of COVID-19 and historic wildfires this year, Oregonians face massive barriers enrolling in affordable health coverage by Dec. 15 Washington, D.C. – Oregon’s...

Mitchell, Condon schools report COVID cases

Schools shift to distance learning, prep for challenging winter The Mitchell School District and Condon School District are going into the holiday week with challenging...

Social distancing over Thanksgiving impacts local events, businesses, faith-groups

Oregon's two week "freeze" starts today Condon's Fall Festival pivots to online sales Alarmed by the growing number of COVID-19 cases in five counties earlier this...

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