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Following roof collapse, Burns Feed and Farm Supply is remodeling, expanding

  Eastern Oregon’s winter of 2016-17 saw one snowstorm after another. The few inches of snow soon turned into a foot of snow, and still the snow came down. Snow drifts lined the streets. Homes, businesses, and vehicles were covered, and the snow continued to fall. The weight of the snow continued to grow, along…

Grocery Outlet is open and ready to serve the community

  The new Grocery Outlet in Hines is open and ready to serve the community, and owners and operators Tyler and Karen Colley said they’re right where they want to be. After growing up in the Medford area, Tyler moved to Portland in 2010 and got a job with a Food 4 Less grocery store….

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…

Grocery Outlet coming to Hines

A Grocery Outlet store will be opening in Hines this fall, offering shoppers an opportunity to purchase groceries at discounted prices. Dickerhoof Properties purchased a two-acre parcel next to Rite Aid in the Steens Mountain Plaza on Highway 20, and construction on the new building began in mid-July. Matt Dickerhoof, co-owner of Dickerhoof Properties and…

Tumbleweed Cannabis Co. opening for business in Hines

For Julie Beitzel, the medicinal benefits of cannabis are personal. Beitzel, co-owner and manager of Tumbleweed Cannabis Co. on Highway 20 in Hines, said she was injured several years ago when her vehicle was struck from behind by another. Traditional prescription medicines weren’t helping to alleviate the pain, so she decided to try medical marijuana,…

Grant James Center will provide substance use, mental health treatment

Licensed June 12, the Grant James Center (GJC) is preparing to accept clients. Located at 705 Hwy. 20 S. in Hines, the 22-bed residential facility will provide individual and group substance use and mental health therapy for adult males. Craig LaFollette — who is the GJC chief executive officer, owner, and founder — stated that…

Oard’s Gallery: Serving Harney County for 135 years, three generations

  If you travel east from Burns on Highway 20, you’re bound to discover Oard’s Gallery in Buchanan. “We’re the center of the action,” owner Sheila Oard said, explaining that the gallery is located 23 miles from Burns, 22 miles from Drewsey, and 18 miles from Crane. In addition to art and jewelery, the broad-based…

Small mill fills niche in local lumber market

  The aim of any business is to fill a niche in the market place, and one of the newest players in the wood products industry is Harney Forest Products, LLC of Burns. Dave Clelland and his wife, Dana, are co-owners in the business that began last February by selling firewood at their location at…

Crossroad Ranch to offer equine therapy

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald When Jennifer Williams’ son, Arly, was injured in a car accident on Jan. 1, 2014, she knew she had to do something to help others who had experienced similar trauma. The dream of Crossroads Ranch was born. Located at the end of South Broadway Ave., in the former Farm Supply…

New acupuncturist booking appointments in Burns

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald Hiroki Ide is the new acupuncturist at Kiger West Acupuncture on 229 N. Egan in Burns. Ide was born and raised in Osaka, Japan, and learned acupuncture from his grandfather, who is blind. Ide explained that, traditionally, acupuncture and body work were considered “blind professions” because sight is not a…

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