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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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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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Attendees at the Oct. 30 Josephy Center Brown Bag luncheon received a history lesson on the importance and evolution of rural community newspapers. Steve Forrester, co-owner of Eastern Oregon …

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Lisa Robertson of Enterprise and Dr. James Cook of Boise will play a concert of classical music to benefit Community Connections’ Heating Assistance Program 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at Enterpri…

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Core Yoga: 5:30 p.m. above Lostine Tavern in Lostine. All levels, focusing on strength, flexibility, clarity and focus.

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Enterprise City will receive in excess of $27,000 from the EPA to help offset costs linked to the discovery of three oil tanks under the new city hall location.

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Joseph and Enterprise Fire Departments responded to a fire at the Donald and Lois Hough property at the juncture of Tenderfoot Valley Road and Bicentennial Lane Nov. 8 at approximately 3:45 p.m.

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Judy Goodman’s Cranberry Hemp BGood bars have made the finalists list for the Nationwide “2019 Good Food Award,” presented by the Good Food Foundation.

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Soul blues singer Curtis Salgado rocked the OK Theatre from end to end on Nov. 9. His rare northeastern Oregon appearance occurred through the auspices of the Wallowa Land Trust, who engaged t…

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Kickboxing Fitness Class: 5:15 a.m. The Vault in Enterprise. Hurricane Point Fitness. No experience necessary. Certified instructors. 541-398-2131.

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A million-dollar miscalculation on the part of Federal Highway Bridge Replacement Rehabilitation engineers nearly cost the county $80,000.

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Wallowa County high school juniors and seniors are invited to a session, “Create a Plan and Design the Life You Want!” 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1.

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Two of Wallowa County’s education foundations are planning events in November.

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Community Bank is conducting its annual Charity Drive, an effort to collect funds from the community to be used in that same community during the holiday season.

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