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Kourtney Kardashian told her daughter Penelope that they could move to Italy when the wildfires ripped through Los Angeles last year. [Read More]
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Sumlin still believes in Tate, despite a 2018 season that didn't go quite as planned. The signs are clear: Tate got the veteran-QB treatment in... [Read More]
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An evening to celebrate National Day of the Cowboy will include award-winning country music and cowboy poetry and humor at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 27,... [Read More]
Two Prairie City boys basketball athletes competed in this year's 1A Seniors All-Star Series basketball tournament June 28-29 at Sisters High School. [Read More]
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The second Hooked Up & Fast Truckin' off-road races and mud bogs will shift into action this Saturday and Sunday at the Grant County Fairgrounds.... [Read More]
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Ashley Ford... [Read More]
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Click here to view this image from bluemountaineagle.com. [Read More]
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John Day resident Harsh Patel, a former Grant Union student and recent Boston University graduate, is jumping into real-world entrepreneurial experiences. [Read More]
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Dan Clifford, 76, of Monument, Oregon, died on Thursday, July 18 at the Blue Mountain Hospital in John Day, Oregon. Arrangements are under the direction... [Read More]
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A boy, Dallan William Hall, 7 pounds, 8 ounces, was born on July 1 at Blue Mountain Hospital in John Day to parents Dave and... [Read More]
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Authorities rerouted traffic on Highway 26 due to a bomb threat in downtown John Day on the afternoon of Thursday, July 18. [Read More]
My daughter Tammy and her husband, David Hoherz, moved from North Dakota and purchased their new ranch just three miles east of Dayville and are... [Read More]
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Graduates qualify to get jobs, launch careers. [Read More]
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The deadline for What's Happening items is 5 p.m. Friday. Call the Eagle, 541-575-0710, or email editor@bmeagle.com. For meetings this week, see our list in... [Read More]
Monday's lightning storms are blamed for starting a number of wildfires in the Malheur, Wallowa-Whitman and Umatilla national forests and Bureau of Land Management lands. [Read More]
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The incident had all the earmarks of a daring rescue. A woman fell off a cliff. A group of emergency responders just happened to be... [Read More]
The Blue Mountain Eagle received 16 awards, including four first place titles, at the annual Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association's competition. The event was July 18-19... [Read More]
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