Ryan Oberhelman is Wallowa County Vegetation Manager
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Ellyse Tingelstad showed up in first place with a time of 21:51.
Trace Evans led the rushing with 89 yards and a touchdown.
County, city look forward to development cooperation
Columnist Rich Wandschneider lives in Joseph.
Rochelle Danielson writes a weekly golf column for the Chieftain.
The Eagles are the defending state champions in 1A volleyball.
Wahl is editor of The Chieftain.
4:04 p.m. –– Wallowa County SO responded to a complaint of animal neglect in Wallowa.
9:50 p.m. –– Oregon State Police responded to a 911 call from rural Joseph about a single-vehicle...
No one has scored on the Joseph squad thus far this year.
Zeb Ramsden led the defense with nine tackles and five assists.
Primary funding source was less than expected
Buried ‘treasure’ is no windfall
Tillery, Ferré top players for Cougar squad
In 2008, Janet and Chris moved to Joseph for the mountain views and quiet life.
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Request will be heard in coming legislative session
The fire melted the canopy and taillight of the property owner’s truck parked next to the structure.
Developer finds treasures in Enterprise structure
Amon the offerings are psychic and mediumship readings by Dana Smith, author of “Gifts From Garrett, a Story of Love and Awakening.”
In this series of articles, the Chieftain plans to examine the Nez Perce’s presence in the county: how it impacts the county and what it does to help preserve salmon and fish populations vital to the tribe and to a portion of the county’s...
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training eyes expansion of Salem dorm facilities.
A controversial, first-in-the-nation proposal would end coverage of opioids for chronic pain patients enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan.
Justice Rives Kistler, who was appointed in 2003, plans to retire from the Oregon Supreme Court Dec. 31.
She worked in Wallowa as a bookkeeper, and then married Kenneth Sasser in 1947.
This is a huge growing-up experience for the county.
Much of the work unchanged from 100 years ago