Interior Design Concepts opens showroom

Interior Design Concepts opens showroom

New cabinet and design business offers custom cabinetry for the home and office

Top speller from local middle school heading to state

Top speller from local middle school heading to state

CCMS seventh-grader Kindal Horton earns first place in county-wide spelling contest

A better transport plan

A better transport plan

Band of Brothers team up with Crook County Court to buy new medical transport vehicle for local...

'Eggciting' Easter egg hunting

'Eggciting' Easter egg hunting

The annual Community Easter Egg Hunt draws hundreds of families to Stryker Park Saturday morning

Avonlea Farm opens its doors

Avonlea Farm opens its doors

The new home furnishing store offers restored farmhouse furniture and home decor

Holding the library together

Holding the library together

Cindy York named the Oregon Library Association's Library Employee of the Year


Prineville's Features

April 25, 2017

Back in Time

by Central Oregonian
1917: 35 Prineville men register to serve in World War I
April 25, 2017

Granny Faye's Bakery is now open for business

by Teresa Tooley
Tour for Life event for Humane Society of the Ochocos this Sunday
April 18, 2017

Back in Time

by Central Oregonian
1992: Pine Products, the Lamonta Road fixture since 1935 and Prineville's oldest mill, to close


April 18, 2017

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser at the Prineville Elks Lodge this…

by Teresa Tooley
Grand Opening Ceremony for the Crooked River Wetlands on April 21
PHOTO COURTESY OF DANCING COW FARM - Children visit the pigs at Dancing Cow Farm during a previous Crooked River Open Pastures farm tour. The CROP events are held at several local farms on select Saturdays, April through September. Each CROP event includes a pop-up farmers market, farm tours and family-friendly activities.
Dancing Cow Farm will host CROP events May 13 and Sept. 16.
April 14, 2017

Crooked River Open Pastures opens farm tour season April 29

by Holly Scholz
Each CROP event includes a farmers market, farm tours and family activities
April 11, 2017

Crowning a new queen

by Central Oregonian
The Crooked River Roundup Banquet and Queen Coronation and Auction, held Saturday evening, raised approximately $9,000 for travel expenses of Roundup Queen Sarah Tolton
April 11, 2017

Aiming to meet bow hunters' needs

by Holly Scholz
Ty Sumner opens Ty Kwon Bow Archery, a full-service custom bow and arrow shop, inside of Bullseye Firearms
April 11, 2017

Back in Time

by Central Oregonian
Work on the new Prineville Railway gets underway 100 years ago
April 11, 2017

Pancake Breakfast on plates Saturday

by Teresa Tooley
Toni's BBQ opening on April 18 with their spring hours
April 07, 2017

Spreading comfort

by Holly Scholz
Seven local agencies receive quilts and baby supplies to be dispersed to those in need

Don't miss the local news

Apr 07, 2017

All faiths welcome

by Holly Scholz
The annual event now includes a Firefighter Pancake Breakfast and carnival-type atmosphere at Stryker Park April 15
Apr 07, 2017

Easter worship services planned

by Holly Scholz
The local church community will celebrate the Easter season, from Maundy Thursday services to sunrise worships
HOLLY SCHOLZ/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Pioneer Alternative High School sophomore Sebastian Henry plays the piano Monday morning as his classmates show up for their first day in their new school, Pioneer South, which for decades was the primary building of Crooked River Elementary.
Apr 04, 2017

Pioneer students get 'new' digs

by Holly Scholz
The building that once held Crooked River Elementary primary students is the new home for Pioneer Alternative High School
Apr 04, 2017

Settling in to a bigger, brighter clinic

by Holly Scholz
Clinic Pharmacy and Central Oregon Eye Care have moved into the new building at the corner of Third Street and Combs Flat Road
Apr 04, 2017

Back in Time

by Central Oregonian
1942: Ochoco Reservoir water level much higher than a year ago
HOLLY SCHOLZ/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Bryan Dominguez Cruz
Apr 04, 2017

Class of 2017 to hold Spaghetti feed fundraiser

by Teresa Tooley
Crooked River Roundup to hold Queen Coronation and Auction this Saturday
PHOTO COURTESY OF RM IMAGES 
 - Mitchell native Sarah Tolton, the 2017 Crooked River Roundup Queen, will be crowned during the Crooked River Roundup Banquet and Queen Coronation and Auction on Saturday evening, April 8 at Carey Foster Hall in Prineville.
Mar 31, 2017

Coronating a queen

by Holly Scholz
The April 8 Crooked River Roundup Banquet raises travel funds for 2017 Queen Sarah Tolton
Mar 28, 2017

Honoring first responders

by Jason Chaney
As a 4-H project, Mason Calhoun hosts a dinner to recognize those who put their lives on the line to protect others
Mar 28, 2017

Moving to a larger, beautiful home

by Holly Scholz
Home Beautiful Oregon will feature 25 local vendors and a cafe when it reopens Saturday
Mar 28, 2017

Back in Time

by Central Oregonian
1917: City Council chooses E.T. Johnson & Co. to build the railroad