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Hines tables water rate decision

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald On Tuesday, Nov. 14, the Hines Common Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting. The council was scheduled to vote on a water rate option to complete the water rate study. However, the vote was tabled until the next meeting so that the councilors could research the five options more…

Grocery Outlet to hold ribbon cutting, grand opening

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, the nation’s fastest-growing, extreme-value grocery retailer is opening its first store in Burns, creating more than 30 new jobs in the community. The ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 30, will feature donations of $1,000 in Grocery Outlet Gift Cards to Christian Church Food Bank. Following the ribbon cutting, lunch will be…

Clara L. (Parmele) Cannon 1929-2017

  Clara L. (Parmele) Cannon passed away Nov. 10 at her home in Bend, with family at her side. Clara was born in Taft Dec 3, 1929, to F. G. and Ruby Parmele. Even though she lived many years in Eastern and Central Oregon, her love for the ocean remained constant. After graduating from Burns…

Crane loses to Hosanna Christian 40-32

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Mustangs’ football season came to a close on Saturday, Nov. 11. The Mustangs played the Hosanna Christian Lions for the quarter final round of the OSAA 1A Football State Championship. The Lions came away with the 40-32 win. The Lions received the opening kickoff and made quick work…

Allan Winfrey Braymen 1933-2017

Allan Winfrey Braymen, 84, a long time Harney County rancher, passed away Nov. 9 at his home on the Braymen Ranch near Burns. Allan was born July 21, 1933, in Page County, Iowa, in the family home at Lone Rock Farm near Shenandoah, Iowa. He was the sixth of 10 children born to Levi Bert…

Mustang football squad rolls past Arlington/Condon 60-0

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Union High School Mustangs breezed past the Arlington/Condon Honkers 60-0, in round one of the 1A state football playoffs, on Saturday, Nov. 4. Miles Maupin punched in a short run to score the first touchdown of the game. Runs by Jacob Dunn, Chase Joyce, and Jay Jay Balowski…

Pearl Irene (McLaren) Sahlberg 1931-2017

Pearl Irene (McLaren) Sahlberg passed away Oct. 27, with her family and friends at her side. Pearl was born July 26, 1931, at the family ranch on Poison Creek to George (Dewey) and Irene McLaren. When she reached school age, she walked or rode her horse to the Poison Creek School before transferring to Burns…

David E. Judy 1949-2017

  David E. Judy, 67, passed away Sept. 14 at St. Charles Hospital in Bend from complications of kidney disease (ESRD) and lung cancer. David was born Dec. 1, 1949, in Burns, at the old hospital, to Frenchy and Thelma (Erickson) Judy. He was a 1968 graduate of Burns Union High School. He went to…

Albert Lee Deiter 1958-2017

Albert Lee Deiter, 59, was found deceased in his home Oct. 17. Albert was born Jan. 3, 1958, to Eugene and Elaine (Williams) Deiter. He was raised in Burns until his junior year when the family moved to Lovelock, Nev., where he graduated from high school in 1976. He joined the U.S. Navy, becoming a…

Public hearing on Lone Pine Rangeland expansion to be held

A public hearing will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, at the Harney County Courthouse meeting room in Burns on a proposal to expand the Lone Pine Rangeland Association boundary within northern Harney County. Interested members of the public, including surrounding landowners, are invited to attend and comment. Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF)…

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