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WALLOWA COUNTY — Neither snow, nor freezing rain, nor fog, nor gloom of night, stays Wallowa County’s emergency medical providers from the swift completion of their life-saving rounds. Their n…

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ENTERPRISE — Tips and tricks on content strategy for small business are being offered by Travel Oregon in a one-our webinar Thursday, March 4, according to a press release from the Wallowa Cou…

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LOSTINE CANYON — Despite past controversy, hard work and uncertain weather, the Lostine Corridor Public Safety Project is well underway, just past the halfway point in efforts to remove hazard…

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ENTERPRISE — There was plenty of bull just west of Enterprise, last week, as Beau Botts held his first bull auction at his new auction warehouse at the family ranch.

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JOSEPH — Because a lack of a quorum was anticipated, the monthly meeting of the Joseph City Council scheduled for Thursday, March 4, has been canceled.

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SALEM — Every adult in Oregon will be offered a vaccination against COVID-19 by July 1, with the two-shot vaccines reaching all adults who want it by August, Gov. Kate Brown said Friday, Feb. 26.

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ENTERPRISE — A presentation by Lisa Mahon on the Wallowa County Smoke Management Community Response Plan will highlight the meeting of the county Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, March 3.

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JOSEPH — In 2018, Joseph children’s writer Catherine Matthias suffered a fall. She hit her head, hard, and had a brain concussion.

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown will release the final list of priority groups for the COVID-19 vaccine at a press conference today. Officials with the governor's office say the eligibility and maximu…

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ENTERPRISE — Enterprise and Wallowa school districts both were closed on Thursday, Feb. 25, after each posted on their Facebook pages late Wednesday night that they had a confirmed case of COV…

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ENTERPRISE — Significant strides are being made in recycling in Wallowa County, according to an update on the program presented to the Wallowa County Board of Commissioners at their Wednesday,…

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ENTERPRISE — Progress is being made toward managing the invasive weed problem in Wallowa County, but there’s still much to be done, said Andy Marcum, manager of the Wallowa County Weed Departm…

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JOSEPH — “Motherhood” is the theme of a women’s exhibition to be on display at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph beginning Friday, Feb. 26, according to a press release.

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WALLOWA COUNTY — FFA students in Wallowa County are celebrating National FFA Week this week by sharing the successes of their chapters and modifying their activities to cope with the COVID-19 …

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WALLOWA COUNTY — “It’s been a wild ride this winter,” according to Pete Parsons, Oregon Department of Agriculture meteorologist.

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SALEM — A Senate hearing on legislation to alter state gun laws drew a cavalcade of passionate opposition.

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WALLOWA COUNTY — After last summer, there’s no doubt that the West has entered an era of catastrophic forest fires. “The West is Burning,” a new feature-length documentary film shot, produced,…

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ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise Elks Lodge No. 1829 recently held its 2020/21 Most Valuable Student Competition, and selected Trace Evans and Kasey Duncan, of Enterprise High School, as their 2021…

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JOSEPH — The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture is seeking an enthusiastic, creative and organized intern to assist staff members with programs at the center, according to a press release.

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JOSEPH — Signups are now being taken for the spring session of youth clay classes at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, according to a press release.

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JOSEPH — Signups are now being taken for the spring session of youth clay classes at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, according to a press release.

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ENTERPRISE — The annual meeting of the Circle 100 Club will not be an in-person meeting, this year, but there will be a “drive-by” event instead because of COVID-19 restrictions, according to …

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JOSEPH — Back by popular demand is the Basic Metal Smithing Class at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, starting Saturday, March 13, according to a press release.

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ENTERPRISE — In their efforts to maintain state services for Wallowa County, the county commissioners felt pressured into signing an intergovernmental agreement for a variety of auxiliary serv…

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JOSEPH — Save the dates! The 75th Chief Joseph Days rodeo is a sure thing for the last full week in July 2021.

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Theresa Stangel will be presenting an online cooking demonstration Saturday, Feb. 20, at 1 p.m. According to a Facebook post about the event, Stangel will be showing how to cook with bison mea…

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SALEM — Most Oregon counties would maintain or improve their COVID-19 risk rating next week according to preliminary data from the Oregon Health Authority.

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Wallowa County had two new cases of COVID-19 in the Wednesday, Feb. 17, report from the Oregon Health Authority, which brings the overall total in the county to 139 since the start of the pand…

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ENTERPRISE — Caitlin Rushlow first moved to Wallowa County when she settled in Joseph in 2017. A year and a half ago, she and her partner purchased a house on Alder Slope and call that home.

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ENTERPRISE — Want a beer or wine with your lunch? Friends Restaurant and Pub is getting friendlier and plans to add limited alcohol sales to the menu, said proprietor Bree Gladden.

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ENTERPRISE — A new local breast cancer support group had its first meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16, with a goal of providing resources, information and backing for those in Wallowa County and the sur…

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ENTERPRISE — Have you ever seen a pack of dogs racing go-carts? You can now, in Kathy Hunter’s ceramic display in one of the windows at the Wild Carrot on Enterprise’s Main Street.

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ENTERPRISE — Voters in Wallowa and Union counties have a chance to talk to their lawmakers virtually each Wednesday from 7:30-8 a.m., during the lawmakers’ weekly update, according to a press …

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WALLOWA COUNTY — For close to two decades, The Nature Conservancy tag-donation program has proven to be a major boon for the community.