- Wenaha Rendezvous highlight of tiny town’s year.
- Beloved swim instructor retires at 77
- Additional funds would go to sheriff’s office, fairgrounds
- Event features frybread, buffalo chili
- The center plans to sell its older buildings to raise money.
- Reedsport was ranked 127th out of 147 Oregon School Districts in 2017 by online school ranking business School Digger.
Caleb Howard, a fifth generation Wallowa County rancher with a degree in Natural Resources, has been a real estate agent and managing consultant for farms, ranches, and timber ground for several years. Now he’s an...
- She has to discipline herself to limit her visits to 15 minutes.
- Oregon’s Alpenfest was granted $1,000 to pay performers.
- This year, for the first time, the students were allowed to keep their cell phones to take photos for journal entries.
- The excitement of the day this year came when the notoriously uncontrollable Lawn Chair Races were launched.
The Angus calf with the big blue No. 12 tag in its ear is on the wrong side of barbed wire fence.
On the right side, Tom Birkmaier and three of his children are feeding the rest of the mother cows and calves on the...
The Wallowa County Planning Commission has received applications for eight bed and breakfasts in the last two years, though the line between a B&B and vacation rental has become muddled.
Wallowa County Chieftain
There’s an update on the Sinclair Coffee Kiosk I am so anxiously awaiting.
The two-sided, drive-in, brick and mortar coffee and breakfast-to-go shop, located on the corner of S...
The first discussion of the potential five percent increase of the Transient Lodging Tax, proposed by County Commissioners last week, took place April 3 following the Wallowa County Fair Board Meeting at Cloverleaf Hall....
There’s been a tiny wiggle on bringing high-speed internet to Wallowa County.
Commissioner Susan Roberts reports that the Association of Oregon Counties recently inquired if Wallowa County had any opposition...
- City may change its rule to require public hearings.
- Measure 32-41 would create a funding district.
- Regional Solutions could award $400,000
- He replaces Dr. Michelle Janik who recently took a job in Walla Walla.
- Bronze Antler sold to Alaskan couple
- Virtual graveyard idea approved
The City of Enterprise has unanimously approved hiring Grady Rawls, Living Sky Productions, of Enterprise, to film the rebuild of city hall and the fire hall. Rawls appeared before the council at the regular March 12 mee...
- Resale store losing access to annex
- Multi-media presentation set for April
- Enterprise native shares his talents
- Community garden proposal moves ahead
- Regional goals will guide the process
- Hickory or oak likely to take the place of red fir
- She’s at Lazy T Ranch in Ten Sleep, Wyo., now and flies in a private plane to other properties owned by her people.
- Enterprise is getting a new coffee kiosk that will also serve breakfast burritos.
Barbara Raines of Wallowa is low-key about her art — but she’s got some long-term admirers. At 93, Raines has been winning accolades for her drawing since childhood.
“I don’t know how lo...
- Originally from Union County Sheriff’s Office, Billman worked for five years in Union County.
- Top bids for lunch boxes went up to $55 per box.
- Among the presentations was the premiere of the film made by Lorri Fisher’s Enterprise fourth- and fifth-grade class.
- 80 attended a special dinner event