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Wallowa Valley Community Ice Rink announces big plans
Wallowa Valley Community Ice Rink announces big plans
Wallowa Valley Community Ice Rink announces big plans

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Folk school opens in Joseph
Prairie Mountain Folk School will teach traditional crafts to locals and visitors.
Steelhead have arrived, but getting to them is difficult

A snowy winter combined with more than a week of rain and warm weather have blown out local rivers just when steelhead fishing should be at its peak.

Before area waters rose sharply, the Wallowa River had been hitting full swing for steelhead,...

Joseph school carnival returns
Joseph school carnival returns
Joseph school carnival returns.
Money for weed warriors
Money for weed warriors
two grants assist WC weed warriors
Women: Music and Words at Josephy Center
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Chance for youth to win guided turkey hunt on private ranch
Chance for youth to win guided turkey hunt on private ranch
Circle 100 club raises $12,700 for new ambulance cot
Circle 100 club raises $12,700 for new ambulance cot
Fishtrap receives $7,000 state grant
Health insurance workshop April 11 in Pendleton
Oregon printmakers exhibit opens April 1 at Josephy Center
Lower Joseph Creek Project final decision released
U.S. Forest Service reases Final Record of Decision for long-awaited Lower Joseph Creek Project.
ODFW announces free fishing days for 2017
ODFW announces free fishing days for 2017
Free fishing days announced
Highway 3 reopens after landslide
Highway 3 reopens after landslide

Highway 3 has reopened north of Enterprise after it was closed for hours due to a landslide Saturday near the Washington border.

According to the Oregon Department of Transportation, the highway was expected to be closed throughout the night,...

Few competitive races in May election
Three school board seats will be in disupte in May election.
Hells Canyon scholarship
Wildlife Services says it’s working to avoid future wolf harm
Wildlife Services says it’s working to avoid future wolf harm
Activists are harshly critical of the M-44 cyanide devices, which they say are extremely dangerous and kill indiscriminately.
Devil’s Gulch: A respite from snow and rain
Devil’s Gulch: A respite from snow and rain

If this long, snowy winter has you feeling cooped up and your favorite trails are still covered by piles of snow, you could do worse than stretching those hibernating hiking muscles in Devil’s Gulch.

Though relatively unremarkable, the...

A mow-plow
A mow-plow

Bowerman Ranch: The goats with the most
Bowerman Ranch: The goats with the most
In the midst of cow country, Wendy McCullough throws goats in the mix.
Wallowa County has seeped into Collett’s work
Wallowa County has seeped into Collett’s work
Part two of Collett feature
Lostine woman raises rare sheep, runs multipurpose farm
Lostine woman raises rare sheep, runs multipurpose farm
June Colony set to register a new breed of sheep
Women’s art show beats weather
Women’s art show beats weather
Women's art show packs Josephy
3 minutes with Darrell Brann
3 minutes with Darrell Brann

Darrell Brann operates an Enterprise construction company. He also owns and operates the OK Theater in downtown Enterprise.

The OK Theatre drew a healthy audience on a recent Saturday for two bands. How much live entertainment do you...

Wallowa County supporters of Standing Rock gather
Local supporters of Standing Rock gather at lake
Wallowa Memorial Hospital turns ten
Wallowa Memorial Hospital turns ten
Hospital celebrates 10 years
Bird watching: Pine siskin is small but mighty
Bird watching: Pine siskin is small but mighty

The pine siskin is the smallest member of the finch family that always comes to our bird feeders. They are just a little over 4 inches long but they are rather feisty and won’t let larger birds push them around. Their natural food seems to be...

South Carolinian to speak at Josephy Center
South Carolinian to speak at Josephy Center

A special Thursday Brown Bag at the Josephy Center will feature Mark Madden, interpretation manager for Charleston County Parks in South Carolina. Gwen Trice’s special guest from South Carolina. The event is Thursday, March 23 at...

Talk centers on Nez Perce canoes
Talk centers on Nez Perce canoes

Bob Chenoweth of the Nez Perce National Historical Park will talk about his extensive research on dugout canoes, especially Nez Perce dugout canoes.

The event is Friday, March 17 at 7 p.m. at the Josephy Center

According to Chenoweth,...

Wallowa County Parkinson’s Support Group convenes

Mike and Linda Koloski have reconvened the Wallowa County Parkinson’s Support Group, which met March 12.

Mike said the meeting, in the Wallowa Memorial Hospital Conference Room, included “a small but very enthusiastic cadre of...

4-H donates 3,000 pounds of food
4-H donates 3,000 pounds of food