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FFA collects canned goods for local food bank

November 21, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain Eagle... the Grant County Food Bank in John Day. Another 120 lbs. of food was collected at Les Schwab Tire Center in John Day. Grant Union FFA president Kori Jo Girvin said she was glad their group was involved in a positive activity. “I enjoyed getting our ...

Cops and Courts

November 7, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleNov. 3: Responded to a report of livestock on Johnson Road in Prairie City. Nov. 3: Darren Mortimore, 38, John Day, was cited for speeding 80/65 zone on Highway 26 near Prairie City. Nov. 3: Report of a scam in John Day. Nov. 3: Daniel Kilmer, 32, John ...

Lady Pros win state

November 7, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleEvery day we practiced hard and we needed everybody, and that's what helped us get the win.” Prospector opposite hitter Reagan Shelley, a senior, said achieving the championship win feels amazing. “I think everyone brought everything they had and ...

Prospectors ace Bobcats, move on to state tourney

October 29, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain Eagle... state tournament Saturday in John Day. In the second set, Prospector sophomore Taylor Allen went on a nine-point serve run, and junior Kaylee Wright added a 10-point run. The Bobcats were unable to get a second touch on the ball, and the ...

Prairie City volleyball team heading to state

October 24, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleIt wasn't quite a Cinderella story, but the Prairie City Panthers pulled off an upset at the 2017 High Desert League Volleyball Tournament at Grant Union high school on Saturday. Going in as the No. 4 seed at 4-3 in league play and 15-6 overall, the ...

Grant Union holds all-class reunion

October 20, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleLeslie Traylor of John Day, a '67 alum who headed up the reunion with a committee of seven other volunteers, said the most exciting thing was seeing classmates speechless as they “hugged and hugged and hugged.” “To see so many reconnections after so ...

County extension expands into new offices

October 10, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleNorthway, who has a master's degree in agriculture education and has taught agriculture science at Grant Union High School, is in her fourth year at the local extension office. She assists local farmers and ranchers with questions about hay, forage ...

THINK PINK: Grant Union's first league matches support breast cancer causes

September 27, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleIt was Grant Union player Hailie Wright's first match back since injuring her shoulder a few weeks ago. “She looks very strong at setter,” Speth said. McClellan had 19 digs, Hailie Wright and Moulton each had nine kills, Allen had six aces and Kaylee ...

Out of the Past

September 21, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleFootball prospects for Grant Union High appear to be the brightest this than for some year's past. The only thing that dampens Coach Johnson's squad's spirit is that they only have two games definitely on tap. Negotiations are underway to get games, if ...

Back to the books: Grant County schools open doors Aug. 28

August 29, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleHe added they'll have a new challenge in working toward seismic grant upgrades at Humbolt and Seneca schools. Overall district enrollment is at 614 this year, compared to about 610 at this time last year. Enrollment at Grant Union is at 284. Principal ...

Music festival celebrates total solar eclipse

August 23, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain Eagle21 total solar eclipse. Local musicians included the Archibald sisters Aliciana and Maleah, Samantha Floyd, Austin McKrola, Les Church and Gary Battle, Marcus Perkins and Nathan Delano and Lyttlewood. “We enjoyed performing,” Perkins said. “We do it ...

SOLAR SCIENCE Grant Union science teacher, students complete solar mission

August 22, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleSmith said a bonus to their involvement in the program is keeping the equipment, and free software, to use at school. Brandon's experience cemented his thoughts about pursuing a career that involves astronomy. “With such a beautiful, once-in-a-lifetime ...

Local students, teacher participating in national eclipse project

August 17, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleOne of the viewpoints for the experiment happens to be in John Day. “They're trying to get a continuous stream of photographs,” Smith said. “They were missing a section of Oregon, and I got a call asking if we'd be interested in participating.” In June ...

4-H'ers impress at Grant County Fair parade

August 17, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleThe 4-H youth were among the highlights at Saturday's Grant County Fair Parade in John Day. From a large crowd of youth walking together alongside a float to a youngster leading his calf with his parents, the 4-H'ers and their leaders took the ...

Former Grant Union athlete competes in pro timbersports

June 9, 2017 by Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain EagleFormer John Day resident Kate Page has gone pro in timbersports, competitions that test athletes' abilities to chop, cut and chainsaw. Page, who resides in Missoula, Montana, will compete at the June 16-18 Stihl Northeast Professional Qualifier in ...

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