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Bill was born in Coburg, Oregon July 28, 1931 to Harold LeMoine Ray and Ruhama Adair Ray. At approximately age 10, the family moved to Prineville ... He built two beautiful homes in which his family lived. He spent the latter part of his career as a ... (Twin Falls Times-News)
The women were taken to a Central Oregon ... Prineville was booked into the Crook County Jail on charges of assault, burglary, kidnapping, menacing, attempted rape and attempted murder. He was held on $965,000 bail. Police Sgt. Mark Monroe told KTVZ it was ... (Waco Tribune-Herald)
Prineville may lose a factory that could bring more than 300 jobs to the central Oregon community because the region lacks electricity to power the facility, city leaders said. Facebook and Apple each operate huge data centers on the bluff above Prineville ... (The Kansas City Star)
Sometimes it is a family member who has no intention to use the money for their loved ones final expenses. The funeral homes end up writing the debt off in most cases. I would say most often we see campaigns set up on behalf of the family in which the ... (www.facebook.com)
Arrangements by Prineville Funeral Home on Heritage Crematory in Prineville ... Bloodmobile: Cascade Title Co., 811 Willamette St. 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. 541-852-0250. Oregon TV LLC vs. Drive Cable Group LLC, doing business as Country Vision Cable. (Register-Guard)
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