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Crook’s largest destination resort hits speed bump By Rachael Scarborough King / The BulletinPublished: March 31. 2007 5:00AM PST PRINEVILLE – The largest destination resort proposed for Crook County so far has hit a snag, with the Crook County Planning Commission indefinitely postponing discussion on the plans. Hidden Canyon, a RMG Developments project, filed an … Continue reading

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Prineville council approves city’s first plan for growth By Rachael Scarborough King / The BulletinPublished: March 28. 2007 5:00AM PST PRINEVILLE – After months of debate and revision, the Prineville City Council unanimously adopted the city’s first comprehensive plan at its regular meeting Tuesday night. Councilors and audience members reacted with applause and statements of … Continue reading

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Crook looking to resort property tax revenue Officials debate how 3 planned destination projects would benefit schools, other services By Rachael Scarborough King / The BulletinPublished: March 28. 2007 5:00AM PST With thousands of multimillion-dollar homes in the works in its destination resort zone, Crook County is looking to reap the benefits in property tax … Continue reading

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Area schools are building, teaching eco-friendliness They’re incorporating such things as solar panels and natural lighting and teaching ‘sustainability’ By Rachael Scarborough King / The BulletinPublished: March 27. 2007 5:00AM PST PRINEVILLE – With energy costs on the rise, the Crook County School District is looking to go green with its next generation of school … Continue reading