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Falls Creek, off Hurricane Creek, was a mix of ice and water on Jan. 3, as winter increased its hold on the valley.

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The Eagles ladies continued their high-flying ways with a matched set of victories: 58-24 over Elgin on Friday, Jan. 11, followed by a 56-36 victory at Wallowa the following day.

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Wallowa Memorial Hospital, the county’s largest employer, made a profit in 2018 along with significant strides in other areas, according to chief executive officer Larry Davy.

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Local artist Sam Collett is known for his realistic artwork and his stunning portraits. Now he wants to offer the opportunity to help others. Collett is starting what he calls an “art care” business.

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Pine Valley has typically been a very tranquil place to live. There is a lot of ranching here, and with ranching comes challenges. In April, local ranches came face-to-face with one of those c…

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LA GRANDE, Ore.—ODFW will host a public meeting on Jan. 9 from 6-8 p.m. at the Community Center, Cook Memorial Library, 2006 4th Street, La Grande.

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ENTERPRISE, Ore. – Northeast Oregon Economic Development District is offering a free, six-week workshop series in Enterprise to help entrepreneurs and small-business owners build the basis for…

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The Joseph Marijuana Dispensary Committee met for the first time Wednesday, Dec. 19, to discuss the way forward for the city after residents on Nov. 6 voted to lift a ban on dispensaries.

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Leave it all behind! Wallowa County’s best opportunity for a fresh start takes place January 1 at 10 a.m. on the north shore of Wallowa Lake.

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Joseph became the first city in Wallowa County to approve a recreational marijuana dispensary. The problem: No one expected Measure 32-42 to pass, leaving the city council in a thorough state …

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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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