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Three Wallowa County ag supporters were recognized last week at the Annual Oregon State University Conference. More than 200 attendees had gathered from around the state.

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Sussing out the bottom line in school report cards is a little bit harder than usual this year. The key is to realize that when dealing with smaller schools, when the percentages are judged by…

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High winds prompted the closure of Interstate 84 near Pendleton on Friday, as well as sections of Highway 11 between Pendleton and Milton-Freewater.

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Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife troopers continue to seek the public’s help to catch the poacher or poachers who shot and killed a bull moose in November in Wallowa County. And the Orego…

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Northwest hemp farmers scored a major victory on Wednesday with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized the crop and defined it as an "agricultural commodity."

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SALEM — Thousands of Oregonians could see more money taken out of their paychecks and companies would be writing bigger checks to fund Gov. Kate Brown’s proposed budget and revamp the state’s …

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Wallowa County’s Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race Jan. 23-26, 2019, is planning to join with two other Iditarod qualifying races in Idaho and Montana to offer the Rocky Mountain Challenge Cup.

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Book Fair: Family fun and late-night shopping until 7 p.m. Enterprise Elementary Library.

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Wallowa Valley Library Foundation will be selling books remaining in the now defunct county library 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1 and Dec. 8 at the former library building, 207 NW Logan S…

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The final plat for the eight-lot Sagewood Heights Subdivision, owned by Kurt Melville of Enterprise, has received approval from Enterprise City Council.

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The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation announces it is in the process of finalizing a grant to Innovia Foundation of Spokane to launch a regional Health and Wellness Needs Assessment to …

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Fishtrap’s Outpost program has been the conduit for writers wanting to experience wilderness and be inspired by the beauty of Wallowa County. After 10 years in existence, the program is expand…

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Wallowa County Humane Society will present a hands-on workshop on making and baking nutritious treats for Fido 7-9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at The Place, 301 S. Lake Street, Joseph.

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The campaign signs are down and the door knocking has stopped but bruises remain for a Salem legislative race some judge the harshest in the state this year.

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Former Joseph mayor Dennis Sands is breathing a little easier these days -- literally. After 10 years as Joseph Mayor and council member, Sands resigned Nov. 1 at his doctor’s request.

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Food Giveaway: 11:30 a.m. Wallowa Senior Center in Wallowa, 11 a.m. Enterprise Senior Center and noon at The Place in Joseph. Sponsored by Wallowa Fresh Food Alliance. Perishable food available.

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The New Heights Aviation Program at Joseph Charter School has received a $12,000 grant from American Airlines to support the flight simulation portion of its program.

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Dean Brown from Enterprise Fire Department and Amanda McHatton from Joseph joined Oregon Dept. of Forestry Protection Supervisor Matt Howard as part of the Northeast Oregon Taskforce Strike Te…

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Secretary of State Dennis Richardson privately notified top Oregon officials earlier this summer that he had been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive and fatal form of cancer, according…

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