To date, Oregon has logged 30,599 total cases of the novel coronavirus since the pandemic started.
Use of Fish Lake Wagon Roadhouse ceased in 1937 and is now a national historical site
Several years after their studies, three graduates from 2017 have launched meaningful careers
CCHS grad Erven Kincaid helps form Bootstrap Award fund through Crook County Foundation
Forestry dean says 'no,' but prescribed burns, fuel reduction and better community planning are essential
Tree falls on Silver Lake man in camp trailer during hunting trip early last week
Driver from Canada on his way to Montana crashes at corner on Millican Road late Wednesday night
Daughters of the American Revolution chapter created display at county library, mayor to read proclamation
SMART committed to working with schools and community partners to continue ensuring young readers in Central Oregon have the support they need
Plan now in public comment phase seeks to pipe nine miles of open canal, add pump houses and complete other local projects
Tuesday: Success in Washington County; work continues in Clackamas County; and no fresh air for the region yet.
Total deaths of people with confirmed or presumed coronavirus reach 519 in Oregon.
Prineville ceremony set for Friday at 2 p.m. at Ochoco Creek Park; border-to-border highway dedication
Retired equipment goes back into service for fire district that lost an engine in the Lionshead Fire
The number of new cases is dipping because fewer people are getting tested, state health officials said.
So far, 10 confirmed deaths and 22 people missing due to the wildfires that have engulfed much of the state.
Grades K-3 returned to Prineville's three elementary schools as kids experienced a day focused on masks, social distancing, and happy reunions with peers and teachers
The governor and senator say suppression must be followed by other action to prevent repeats.
Rain, which had been predicted late Monday, now likely won't reach the metro area until late in the week.
Cooler weather helps firefighters but thick smoke is expected to remain well into the week.
But large portions of the state remain under threat, bodies are being recovered and dozens are missing.
In the 1960s, a developer conducted an aggressive advertising campaign to promote the community
Smoke is not good for the lungs or heart, causing health officials to issue warnings
FEMA, federal firefighters, and those from other states, are heading to Oregon to assist with the battles.
Yes, the school year looks different, but there are ways to enjoy home education and value time with your kids
As of noon Wednesday, 47 active fires covering 374,522 acres were burning in Oregon.
Mind Your Mind Central Oregon is reaching out to remind people about the importance of seeking emotional care and support
Events include reading of proclamation and revamped Hands Across Prineville
Teen driver runs stop sign at 65-70 miles per hour Sunday morning, colliding head-on with another motorist
We must learn from Jesus' example and take time to help those who society views as unclean or unworthy