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|Wednesday, June 02, 2010|
The Prineville-Crook County Airport is too small to accommodate some airplanes, but that will soon change with a runway expansion.
The airport recieved an FAA grant of $690,135, and local officials hope that the expansion will provide short- and long-term opportunities for the area.
Read more at the Central Oregonian.
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