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The Joseph Airport Fly-in is set to start on Friday morning. Today, two outstanding jet aircraft, a yellow L-39 and a blue Alpha flew in from Boise to get things started. The bright yellow L-3…

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Fireworks wowed the huge crowd gathered at Wallowa lake for the Shake the Lake Fourth of July 2019.

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Some of the first steam-powered tractors were advertised in the December, 1918 papers. They were a new and awesome technology.

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Enterprise’s OK Theatre is 100 years old this year. Conceived and completed in 1918, the theatre’s opening was delayed until Saturday, Jan. 25, 1919 by the threat of global influenza epidemic.…

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Finishing touches get applied to the OK Theater's refurbished doors on Tuesday, in preparation for the 100th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday July 12

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The new theater will open Saturday night with an interesting bill noted elsewhere (in an advertisement.) Two shows will be given each night, at 7:15 and 9 o’clock. The present plan is to chang…

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Finishing touches get applied to the OK Theatre in preparation for the 100th anniversary celebration July 12th.

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Hanley “Noodle” Miller just returned from his journey to the National Junior High School Finals Rodeo in South Dakota. Miller competed for the first time at the national level in several event…

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If you want to hike the East Moraine, and you start at the “green gate” –a double set of metal stock gates about 2/3 of the way from the County Park to Wallowa Lake Lodge, you’ll find a polite…

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Toby Koehn, Vocational Agriculture teacher at Joseph Charter School, is known for his dedication to his job. Apparently, everyone in the state is familiar with Koehn’s skills as an instructor.…

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The Wallowa Old Time 4th of July Parade started out with a bang courtesy of the American Legion VFW. The VFW led the parade, followed by Grand Marshal Mary Ann Burrows.

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As a young man, Bill Hall worked on his grandfather’s ranch which overlooks the Joseph State Airport. Hall is now a director of the upcoming 2019 Wallowa County Fly-in, which will bring an arr…

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Before darkness set in, a number of people who brought their own fireworks kept the big Shake the Lake crowd entertained with some very nice displays.

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The Wallowa Valley boys Little League Majors all-star baseball team finished the season with a step in the right direction. The boys put in a solid performance at the district all-star tournam…

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The high school combined softball team may have given up the “Cubs” moniker at the insistence of the Enterprise School Board, but the girls junior all-stars softball team adopted the name and …

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It’s been about a dozen years that Wallowa County’s junior softball girls are making a name for themselves in northeastern Oregon. The team is currently flying high at District 3 all-stars pla…

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Mary Ann Burrows loves history, especially the history of Wallowa, her home town. The energetic director of the Wallowa History Center was born in 1933, in a house just across the fence from t…

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Cameron Scott and Colby Knifong are both deeply committed and talented educators. Scott has directed Fishtrap’s Youth program, including Story Lab --since 2018. Knifong has taught elementary g…

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The siren call of Titan could not be ignored. NASA’s next billion-dollar mission, called Dragonfly, will be an innovative quadcopter to explore Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, the agency announc…

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The traditional Shake the Lake fireworks show is primed to explode into the skies over Wallowa Lake at its customary time – dusk, or about 9 p.m.—on Thursday, July 4.

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This is rodeo without fanfare that brings ranch families together and offers friendly competition between ranch teams. This year, 13 ranches were represented, including Yost Quarter Horses, In…

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In what EPA site administrator Mike Boykin called "the best possible outcome," test results from sediments, barrels and waters in Wallowa Lake released Tuesday, June 25th showed no contaminati…

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More than 100 people from Wallowa County and beyond celebrated the completion and installation of a new statue at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture on Saturday June 22. ‘etweyé·wise, whi…

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JOSEPH — Oregon is the only state in the union that provides a 100 percent tax credit to inspire cultural giving. Via the Oregon Cultural Trust, these funds are distributed across the state, p…

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While the forested and snow-capped Wallowa Mountains and the city of Joseph may get all the tourist glory, Imnaha has its own special landscape to offer. But one of its most iconic landmarks i…

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A sordid chapter in the annals of Wallowa County justice has come to an end as John W. Stonebrink, 50, Wallowa received a 123-month sentence to the Oregon Department of Corrections at Wallowa …

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The 15th annual Mountain High Broncs and Bulls Rodeo set new records for attendance, and for the number of cowboys competing. Nineteen bronc riders and 13 bull riders competed, along with eigh…

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This year’s Bowlby Bash provided a host of fun and unique booths to explore, with local goods and treats galore, along with plenty of activities for youngsters. From kettle corn and face-paint…

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – New strategies for river management are needed to maintain water supplies and avoid big crashes in populations of aquatic life, researchers argue in a perspective piece publi…

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