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- Vaccine distribution majorly altered in Wallowa County
- Economic forecast grim if Elgin mill closes
- Olive Branch purchased by WCHCD
- Wallowa County Voices: Building a life in ‘shopdominium’
- Letter: Watch for stimulus payments in the mail
- Two new cases of COVID-19 in Wallowa County
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- Out of the Past: Produce still being hauled by sleds
- Vaccinations for seniors 80 and older began Tuesday
- Businesses get shot in arm with CARES Act funds
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Gov. Kate Brown says she hopes federal aid will cushion the blow of proposed state spending cuts that could amount to 17% of their shares of the tax-supported general fund.
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The state’s largest business organization made a stunning pivot Monday night in pulling its opposition to the largest tax proposal in front of the 2019 Legislature.
A U.S. District Court judge on Monday sided with Oregon to stop a Trump administration rule change on reproductive health care from going into effect.
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