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Enterprise Fire, Oregon State Police, and Wallowa County Sheriffs used Jaws of Life to rescue sheep from an overturned livestock truck Tuesday afternoon. The truck was transporting sheep from …

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Want to get a self-guided tour of Wallowa Lake Methodist Camp? Or learn how to play gaga ball? Then you won’t want to miss the Wallowa Lake United Methodist Camp and Retreat Center Open House …

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Lostine resident Getty Pollard became the first entrepreneur who can legally sell recreational marijuana in Joseph — or Wallowa County for that matter.

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The Community Connection Summer Shuttle bus service begins Friday, June 3, and runs through the summer. The service starts at 8 a.m. and runs through 5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

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The Bruce Dunn Scholarship fund was developed by his family and friends to honor his love of Oregon’s forests, rangelands, streams, wildlife and recreation opportunities and for their wise use…

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The Wallowa County Agricultural Resource Foundation announces the availability of their academic scholarships to local kids pursuing a career in an agriculture or related field. This is the Wa…

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After more than a year of shuffling and re-shuffling of employees at Joseph City Hall, the office dust has settled with employees that appear to be in it for the long haul.

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On Monday, May 27, both the Eagle Cap Veterans of Foreign Wars post 4307 and Wallowa Lake American Legion Post 157 will conduct Memorial Day services to honor veterans interred in Wallowa Coun…

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Two Wallowa Band Nez Perce elders shared some very nontraditional stories with students in classrooms across Wallowa County on May 6-8. Coyote (Itsey’eeye) did not appear in a single one. Inst…

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A Wallowa County couple lost two cows, a horse and nearly their lives because of a downed wire that electrified a stock fence. Gary and Pennie Rials of Troy knew something was wrong when they …

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After the Thursday, April 4, Joseph City Council meeting, the Wallowa County Farmers Market found itself adrift, cut from its moorings at Joseph Avenue after nearly a decade at the spot.

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Although cowboy boots appear to be the favorite footwear for most of Wallowa County, Alkahest Moccasins and Leathercrafts may change that. The business, owned by Dustin Lyons and Tera Ptacek, …

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The aviation population has been diminishing over the years and is in desperate need for fresh faces to replenish the void left by retiring pilots and mechanics. Since 2016, Joseph Charter Sch…

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Two thousand, nine hundred and seventy. That’s the number of solar panels planned for Fleet Development’s upcoming five acre community solar power farm on Green Hill, just south of downtown Wa…

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At the two day Youth Health Fair April 23 and 30, more than 50 Wallowa County youths were introduced to the healthcare providers and services available locally.

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Both the Enterprise and Wallowa/Joseph golf teams played at the Enterprise High School golf fundraiser “Enterprise Tourney” on Friday, April 26.

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It probably is no coincidence that May is National BBQ Month, National Hamburger Month, National Salad Month, National Egg Month … well, you get the idea. What do all of these have in common? …

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Fishtrap Story Lab inspires youth throughout Wallowa County to share their stories creatively, confidently, and playfully. Beginning with a focus on narrative craft, the program provides stude…

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The Grande Ronde River’s basin covers about 5,000 square miles, and includes several thousand miles of perennial streams. They include the Imnaha, Minam, and Wallowa Rivers.

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The hard working Enterprise Outlaws track squad showed their opponents the meaning of grit when they took on two major meets on consecutive days and still managed outstanding performances. The…

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The annual Wallowa Valley Youth Arts Festival completed its successful ten day run on Tuesday, April 30, with art by students of all grade levels from across Wallowa County. More than 200 draw…

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You don’t normally think of a bassett hound as an agility competitor. But nobody told Beth about this. Under the careful tutelage of her owner, Devin Schreiber, Beth balances gingerly on the t…

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A new tree is growing in Joseph. In a slightly-belated celebration of Earth Day, which was April 22, the members of Slow Foods, Wallowas gathered at “The Place,” adjacent to the Joseph Methodi…

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Work to transform the Wallowa River’s channel through a portion of the Wallowa Band Nez Perce Homeland Project into a haven for steelhead and Chinook salmon should finally begin late this fall…

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It’s the season for lilies, tulips and other welcome spring bulbs. But what’s attractive to you might be deadly for your cat. Double Arrow veterinarian Dr. Liz Neveau spelled out a variety of …

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Joseph Charter School students who don’t mind a little sweat and toil to earn their bread should check out Olan Fulfer’s Fire Science class. Fulfer is the school’s basketball coach and physica…

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Wallowa County veterans were treated to tacos and conversations at the Veteran’s Appreciation Fair, April 17. Held at the local VFW Post 4307, the event introduced attendees to physical and me…

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Ray Ellenwood peered into a dark green perforated garbage can filled with water and a churning mass of Pacific lamprey. The dark, slender, two-foot-long fish gripped the sides of the container…

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Rylee Wilcox was crowned Queen of the Chief Joseph Days Court Saturday night, April 20, at the rodeo’s Coronation Dinner. Wilcox, a junior at Joseph Charter School, won the honor in a close ra…

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