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PRINEVILLE, OR -- Crook county schools received good news late last week.  They can remain open due to new COVID-19 metrics until January 4th. Spokesman Jason Carr says state created a special designation for schools providing in-person classes called Safe Harbor. He says there has not been one virus case in Crook county connected to schools at this time. Carr says the district will follow the new state metric system after January 4th.

 

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