Velda Azella Huston was born on Oct. 27, 1902, at Blizzard Ridge, near Ashwood. Her parents were Dean and Mabel Bennett Huston. They had homesteaded near Blizzard… Read moreCENTRAL OREGON HISTORY: From Blizzard Ridge pioneer to Paulina rancher
Jerry Pimentel was not a big man when it comes to physical stature, but he was a giant of a man when it comes to character and that is far more important.
Heppner is located along Willow Creek in Morrow County, Oregon. The area around the community had been used by early stockmen for grazing. The site was originally known as Standsbury Flat, named after an early settler, George W. Standsbury. I…
Discover Your Forest and Oregon Living with Fire present documentary screening in Prineville, Madras
Discover Your Forest, Oregon Living with Fire and the Ochoco National Forest invite the public to a screening of a Landmark Stories documentary, “The West is Burning.”
A $10.2 billion state fund to support Oregon’s public schools for the next two years is headed to a vote by the full Oregon House.
In four years, the first of several Facebook data center enterprise zone exemptions will expire, giving numerous local taxing districts a huge revenue boost.
The Crook County Library is inviting families to sign up for the Find Your Voice! summer reading program.