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Christmas time is here, and there are plenty of holly, jolly activities planned throughout Harney County to help you celebrate the season. Get into the spirit by marking your calenders for the following festivities: Thursday, Nov. 30 • Holiday concert by the Burns High School (BHS)band at 7 p.m. in the BHS cafeteria. Friday, Dec….

‘The Rough & Tumble’ will be rolling into town

  The Chamber Music Society of Harney County will host The Rough & Tumble Thursday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Auditorium, 550 N. Court Ave. in Burns. The Rough & Tumble is a folk band consisting of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler who hail from Nashville, Tenn. “In their six years as…

Caponetto to be featured in promotional video

  Jon Caponetto, a 2015 graduate of Burns High School (BHS) and a member of the Burns Paiute Tribe, will be featured in an upcoming promotional video for the University of Oregon. CC Wright, coordinator of Native American recruitment for the university said Caponetto was selected as an example of Native Americans excelling on campus,…

‘Kindness Rocks’ project in Harney County

by MJ Wallis for the Burns Times-Herald The Harney County Arts and Crafts Association (HCACA) hosted a “Kindness Rocks” workshop on Saturday, Sept. 30, at the basement meeting room of the Harney County Courthouse. More than a dozen interested people of all ages and artistic abilities met to kick off our own version of the…

Kershaw to entertain audiences at county fair

Country music star Sammy Kershaw has been entertaining audiences for almost five decades, and he is showing no sign of slowing down. His accomplishments include three platinum albums, two gold albums, 25 singles on the Billboard Top 40 Hot Country Songs charts (including the No. 1 song She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful), and hundreds of…

Harney ESD awarded $35,000 grant from OCF

Integrating the arts into the regular education classroom will continue to get a boost in Harney County from the Oregon Community Foundation. Recently, through a grant renewal process, Harney Education Service District (Harney ESD) gained approval for yet another $35,000. Harney ESD, partnering with Harney County schools, Kids Club of Harney County, and the Arts…

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