100 years ago

Feb. 7, 1918 — The report of the first Central Oregon Cow Testing association just received by County Agent ward shows that for the second time a Central Oregon cow heads the list of highest butter fat producers in the state and perhaps in the Northwest.

The report of Ray K. Potter, official tester, shows that the registered Holstein, Pearl, owned by Henry McCall of Prineville, during the period of 30 day ending January 16, produced 2480 pounds of milk which yielded 96.7 pounds of butter fat.

75 years ago

Feb. 4, 1943 — “Wing- Dingers” members of the Second air force traveling show, are headed for Central Oregon this week to present their show to men at Redmond air base, Friday, February 5.

The seven-man group of entertainers, all former professionals of the stage, will then appear at the Madras air base, February 6. ...

Following the show, which will be presented at the Odem theater at 8 p.m., will be a G.I. hop at the skating rink for which the musicians in the show will play.

50 years ago

Feb. 7, 1968 — Alan Raph, trombone soloist, arranger and composer, playing and recording artist of dance, jazz, stage, theatre and symphony orchestras and of chamber brass players, will appear as a guest soloist with Redmond High School stage and concert bands a the annual Pops Concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, in the RHS gym.

25 years ago

Feb. 10, 1993 — City officials have received assurances from the firm that designed the airport terminal expansion project that the problems encountered at the new Sisters High School will not occur at the airport.

The same architectural firm and contractor that designed and built the new $10 million high school designed and are building the $4 million airport project.