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Citizens of Harney County clean up!

From L-R: Harney County Judge Pete Runnels, Burns Fire Chief Scott Williamson, and Burns Police Chief Nancy Gardner painting at Triangle Park. On Saturday, May 14, more than 100 community members came together to make Harney County a little better!. In Burns and Hines, participants worked on projects at Triangle...
HARNEY COUNTY, OR
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Hines and Crane Middle School track results from Prairie City

Hines’ 4×100 relay team finished in first place. From L-R: Jocelyn Graham, Sydney White, Addie Robbins, and Megan Weil. Both Crane and Hines Middle schools joined 12 other teams at the Prairie City Middle School Meet on Friday, April 22. Hines placed third in the girls events, scoring...
PRAIRIE CITY, OR
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Local roundup: Riverside tops Weston-McEwen in tennis

ATHENA — Riverside overstayed its welcome on Thursday, April 7, as the Pirates handed the Weston-McEwen boys a 4-1 loss on the tennis courts. Riverside swept the doubles, and won two of three singles matches to secure the win. Trinidad Mendoza got things going for the Pirates with an...
WESTON, OR
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A two-point season and that is just fine

Kelsie Siegner adds the finishing touch by sinking the last two free throws of her career. In today’s world of websites, Twitter, and Snapchat, news is instantaneous. Followers of easternoregonsports.com know a score within seconds of the final buzzer, and that is a great thing. This story is different, as it has taken close to one year to write. Easteroregonsports.com was present in the Baker High School gym on June 24 as the Crane girls’ basketball team took a 75-54 win over Country Christian in the “unofficial” 1A championship.
CRANE, OR
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Burns and Crane track teams start seasons

The Burns girls track team placed sixth out of 11 teams at the Crook County Ice Breaker track meet in Prineville on Thrusday, March 17. The Ridgeview girls team finished with 123 points to take home first place. Madras finished second with 100.5, Crook County 95, Grant Union 80.5, Caldera 66, Burns 53.5, Estacada 49.5, North Lake 34, Mohawk 16, Mitchell-Spray 16, and Culver 13.
BURNS, OR
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Celebration of Life Rex Robertson

A Celebration of Life for William Rexford Robertson will be held on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at 11 a.m. at the Drewsey Community Hall in Drewsey. A potluck will follow the service. Gather with us to share memories, to laugh and to cry, and to remember what an amazing positive person he was!
DREWSEY, OR
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COLUMN: Watching the Stang Gang celebrate a milestone

The Stang Gang was nearly 200 miles from home, but for one night they made the Baker High School gym their own. Their enthusiasm was the contagious sort that makes you want to join in, to bask in the reflected glee, even if you have no connection with what’s going on.
HARNEY COUNTY, OR
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Crane girls and boys take state

The 2022 OSAA/OnPoint Community Credit Union 1A Girls and Boys Basketball State Championships were held Saturday, March 5 in Baker City. Both the Crane girls and boys teams emerged victorious. The lady Mustangs ended their season 30-1, and the Mustang boys ended with a perfect 31-0. Crane girls cap off...
CRANE, OR
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Elkton falls to top-seeded Crane 73-51, knocked out Class 1A boys playoffs

CRANE — Elkton held its own with No. 1-ranked Crane for a half, but the host Mustangs ran away for a 73-51 Class 1A boys basketball playoff victory Saturday. With the win, the top-seeded Mustangs (28-0) advanced to the Class 1A state tournament in Baker City, while Elkton ended its season at 17-11.
ELKTON, OR
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Rep. Owens' bill to limit governor's power stalls in Salem

CRANE — An effort by an Eastern Oregon lawmaker to rein in the governor’s emergency powers may be effectively dead, at least for now. Rep. Mark Owens, R-Crane, said in an email update to constituents on Friday, Feb. 18, that House Joint Resolution 206 is stalled in the House Rules Committee and that the committee chair has said it will not get a hearing before the 2022 Legislature adjourns.
CRANE, OR
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Crane boys and girls finish as High Desert League champs

The High Desert League championship basketball tournament was held in John Day over the weekend, and Crane’s boys and girls teams both took first place. The Crane Mustang boys basketball team won the High Desert League championship, rolling through their season with a perfect 27-0 overall record and a 14-0 record during league play.
CRANE, OR
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Emergency powers bill may be DOA

CRANE — An effort by an Eastern Oregon lawmaker to rein in the governor’s emergency powers may be effectively dead, at least for now. Rep. Mark Owens, R-Crane, said in an email update to constituents on Friday, Feb. 18, that House Joint Resolution 206 is stalled in the House Rules Committee and that the committee chair has said it will not get a hearing before the 2022 Legislature adjourns.
CRANE, OR
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