ENTERPRISE — Don Burt has lived in Enterprise about 4½ years regularly, but he’s been a visitor for about 42 years from Texas and from Portland.
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WALLOWA COUNTY — The Wallowa Land Trust is hosting two events next weekend, one of which involves art and the other removing fencing, according to a press release from the Wallowa County Chamb…
JOSEPH — Grant applications for the Wallowa County Cultural Trust Coalition are due at the beginning of November, according to a press release.
JOSEPH — A buildings and grounds cleanup day is planned Sunday, Oct. 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph, according to a press release.
It’s that time of year when organizations throughout Wallowa County are holding holiday bazaars in their lead-up to the Christmas season. On Friday and Saturday, the Hurricane Creek Grange hel…
WALLOWA — It wasn’t the regular Tamkaliks celebration, but in some ways, it was more as a couple hundred people gathered at the Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland Project to commemorate and bless a re…
WALLOWA — Carin Hilliard has lived in Wallowa about 4-5 years, but has lived most of her life in Wallowa County.
JOSEPH — Joseph Charter School’s aviation program is about to take off again, after nearly being grounded. The school has hired Alexis “Lexi” Rindfleisch as the new instructor.
WALLOWA — Enterprise got one this year, and Wallowa hopes it will next year — a park that local kids on wheels can call their own.
ENTERPRISE — Paul Pelley and wife, Gail, have lived in the county for about a year and a half, moving to Enterprise in April 2020 from San Jose, California.
ENTERPRISE — Fishtrap is announcing its 2021-22 season of online writing workshops, according to a press release.
WALLOWA — After two years without celebrations because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland and the Wallowa community are welcoming visitors to the homeland for two even…
ENTERPRISE — David McCullough has lived in Enterprise “much of the year,” operating his business here and operating it all over the West the rest of the year.
JOSEPH — Youth Art Fridays begins Friday, Oct. 1, at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph.
JOSEPH — The Hurricane Creek Grange of Joseph has been busy this summer handing out donations to benefit local institutions and individuals, according to a press release.
After a mid-afternoon rainfall on the floor of the Wallowa Valley, on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, the clouds cleared enough to reveal the first snow of the season on the mountains above.
JOSEPH — Three young Wallowa County gals were selected and introduced as the 2022 Chief Joseph Days court Sunday, Sept. 19.
ENTERPRISE — Why is this wheat different from all other wheat?
JOSEPH — A six-week workshop in Joseph and Wallowa will take place just in time to get ready for Halloween as high schoolers can take part in Haunt Camp: Creature Creation Workshop, the Joseph…
ENTERPRISE — Paul Survis of Lostine has lived in Wallowa County for 31 years, first living in Joseph before settling in his current home.
ENTERPRISE — Fishtrap Fireside launches its ninth season of readings and stories from Wallowa County writers on Friday, Oct. 1, featuring 14-year-old Ginger Berry, plus longtime Fishtrap frien…
The Hurricane Creek Grange gave a free barbecue Sunday, Aug. 22, 2021, to thank the community for the past year. Fortunately, it was a warm, sunny day so most people could eat outside and soci…
JOSEPH — Due to rising coronavirus cases in Wallowa County and the new mask orders from the Oregon Health Authority, the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture will not be able to produce this ye…
JOSEPH — The donor-appreciation event planned at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture has been postponed, according to a press release on Thursday, Aug. 26.
JOSEPH — The 160 entries in this year’s Wallowa Mountain Cruise was up from last year — held in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic — but down from the event’s usual 200 entries, according t…
ENTERPRISE — Theadora Bloomfield has lived in Wallowa County for 5½ years — most of that time in Enterprise — having moved here from Portland. She said she moved here to both get out of Portla…
ENTERPRISE — The president of a Wallowa County bike club is getting the word out about the new nonprofit, and also promoting safety for a sport increasing in popularity in the region.
ENTERPRISE — Only the weather and the recent surge in coronavirus cases prevented this year’s Main Street Show ‘n’ Shine from being the most successful ever, said Doug Crow, of Main Street Motors.
ENTERPRISE — Amber Gillett moved to Enterprise nearly two years ago to be closer to family on Oregon’s west side.
ENTERPRISE — This year’s Wallowa County Stock Growers Ranch Rodeo had a full slate of events Saturday, Aug. 21, starting with a breakfast meeting at the Cloverleaf Hall.
JOSEPH — The Wallowa Mountain Cruise is returning for another round of classic cars, food, music and entertainment Friday and Saturday, Aug. 27-28, in downtown Joseph, according to a press release.
ENTERPRISE — Elvaree Fine is a Wallowa County native who moved away for several years during her youth and then returned, having been here for the past 41 years.
ENTERPRISE — The free 2021 Main Street Show and Shine Event will be returning this year Friday and Saturday, Aug. 20-21, after taking last year off because of the coronavirus pandemic, accordi…
A young whitetail deer still in spots nurses while Mom keeps watch Thursday, July 22, 2021, along Green Valley Road south of Enterprise.
JOSEPH — There’s a new call to artists from the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture: The Little Works Exhibition.
JOSEPH — Joey Haskins has lived all of his 36 years in Joseph and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
WALLOWA COUNTY — An online nonprofit group that promotes gravel bicycle routes is taking advantage of the many miles of gravel roads in Wallowa County, as well as the history and beauty of the…
JOSEPH — One of the more unique events during Chief Joseph Days was the reenactment of the infamous 1896 robbery of the First Bank of Joseph.
ENTERPRISE — Gail Pelley moved here with her husband, Paul, nearly two years ago and built a house north of Enterprise — after falling in love with Wallowa County.
JOSEPH — An in-person course exploring the connection of art and flower design — while drinking wine — will take place at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph in August.
AM’SAÁXPA — In 1877, Young Chief Joseph of the Nimiipuu led the Wallowa Band down Imnaha Canyon to what is now Dug Bar to cross the Snake River into Idaho while being pursued by the U.S. Army.…
JOSEPH — Everyone loves the thrill of watching or participating in rodeo, but not everyone realizes the value of the unsung heroes of the most dangerous event — bull riding.
JOSEPH — Face masks are once again being required at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture because of a surge in coronavirus cases, according to a press release.
Horseback riders guide roughstock broncs down Joseph’s Main Street on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, to where they’ll be held for the Chief Joseph Days Rodeo that starts the following day.
JOSEPH — A reenactment of the 1896 robbery of the First Bank of Joseph will take place Saturday, July 31, following the Chief Joseph Days Parade at the Wallowa County Museum in Joseph, accordi…
JOSEPH — The Nez Perce Tribe will ride and walk the traditional route of the Nimiipuu to its recently purchased property near Joseph where tribal members will formally bless their homeland, ac…
JOSEPH — A small celebration will take place to feature Nez Perce Indian artists at the Josephy Center for Art and Culture in Joseph on Friday, July 23, according to a press release.
ENTERPRISE — Neighbors helping neighbors was the theme Friday, July 9, when several volunteers from the Friends of Wallowa County Recycling weeded and removed brush around the grounds of the W…
JOSEPH — “Instance in Time,” an exhibit featuring local photographers Rick McEwan and Adele Buttolph will open Friday, July 30, at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture.
ENTERPRISE — Katherine Marrone is fairly new to Wallowa County, but moving here has been a long-time goal that she’s finally been able to realize.
JOSEPH — Now that its building has been purchased, plans are underway to improve and expand the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph.
JOSEPH — The weekly chess club at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture is back, starting Thursday, July 8 at the center.
ENTERPRISE — Most of Summer Fishtrap is being held virtually this year during Fishtrap Week from Monday through Saturday, July 12-17, but that doesn’t mean one can’t join in and enjoy it from …
ENTERPRISE — It’s been almost 30 years since Andy Osborn moved to Joseph, where he worked for Joseph Hardware for 20 years. Now, he works part time putting together motorcycles and side-by-sid…