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Only four members of the public showed up at Enterprise City Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 6, for a town hall forum for the city council to take comments from the public on a proposed change to the …

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At the helm of a landing craft known as a Higgins Boat, 22-year-old U.S. Navy Coxswain 3rd Class Harold Lay almost routinely helped land members of the 1st Marine Division on Peleliu Island in…

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The holiday gift-giving season offers not only the opportunity to make our friends and family happy, but also to help our local stores remain prosperous and in business.

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Some of Wallowa county's most veteran Veterans: The Moffit brothers: left to right: Kenneth Moffit, WWII, stationed in Okinawa, 8th Army Air Force. 92 years old.

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Colder temperatures, shorter days and occasional snow indicate winter is on the horizon, and those responsible for keeping Wallowa County roads and streets clear are getting ready for it.

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JOSEPH – How does a young English girl who served in the Royal Air Force end up in Joseph, Oregon? To tell the full story would take a long time to tell – just about 100 years. That’s because …

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In spite of an incident in Wallowa where a power pole appeared to spontaneously burst into flame in August, officials in Wallowa County don’t believe power lines that run along remote rural ro…

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Oct. 31, 2019 LA GRANDE, Ore. – Students and faculty from Eastern Oregon University spent four long days excavating mammoth remains this month. About 30 students joined three faculty members n…

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Weather forecasters from multiple Oregon agencies gathered in Portland last week to divine the looming winter’s likely weather. Their conclusion is that it will be either cold or warm, with lo…

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SALEM — This week, we have Halloween on Thursday night (Oct. 31) and the “fall back” one hour time change on Sunday (Nov. 3). That mix could make for some dangerous driving conditions – but no…

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JOSEPH, OREGON — During the month of September Community Bank branches collected teacher nominations for their new Apple Appreciation Awards. The award acknowledges current K-12 teachers in th…

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On Saturday, November 9, the Enterprise Elks will host a dinner for Wallowa County veterans. This dinner will be from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm at the Enterprise Elks Lodge, on 211 W North St. Pro…

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The city of Enterprise is expecting opposition to a proposed ordinance liberalizing the use of four-wheelers within city limits the city council was told at the regular city council meeting Mo…

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JOSEPH – In his third year of growing hemp in Wallowa County, Shane Kimball is getting high — a high yield, high profits with a high-elevation crop. But the crop doesn’t give the kind of high …

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The Eagle Cap Extreme, an all-volunteer, Iditerod-qualifying sled dog race that brings hundreds of sled dogs and dozens of elite teams from across the U.S. and Canada to Wallowa County, is sti…

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Wallowa Lake’s iconic East Moraine is well on its way to being conserved in its entirety. Another 482 acres was recently added to the growing list of properties under permanent protection.

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For the past 19,000 years or so, Wallowa Lake’s stately East Moraine has towered above Wallowa Lake, a monumental and unspoiled legacy to the power of glacial ice and the persistence of nature…

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A tragic accident on Saturday morning, Oct. 19, claimed the life of one Wallowa County resident and injured two others. Dylan Denton, 24, died and two others were injured in a two-vehicle cras…

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JOSEPH — After years of managing the upkeep of Triangle Park in Joseph, the Rotary Club of Wallowa County is looking for someone else to take on the responsibility. The park is located at the …

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In a dog and cat fight, sometimes the cats win. Wallowa Cougars scratched out a three-set victory over the Elgin Huskies on Tuesday, Oct. 8. Volleyball coach, Janea Hulse, said her ladies have…

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For a professional football team, a kicker can often prove to be the decisive edge that allows a team to win a close game. On the other hand, fans of six and eight-man football aren't used to …

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The Joseph Eagles climbed another rung upward as they took down rival South Wasco County in six-man football by a 25-13 score. Wasco put up a tough fight in holding the Eagles to their lowest …

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Enterprise’s entire police force was certified as having completed a 40-hour crisis intervention training Thursday, Oct. 11, as part of a program to solve problems related to mental health issues.

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With snow working its way gradually down the mountainsides, it's time to start thinking about Wallowa County's premier winter event: the Iditarod-qualifying Eagle Cap Extreme (ECX) sled dog ra…

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When asked what drawing means to her, Kodie Paige Kiser, a 15-year-old Enterprise High School sophomore, simply replied, “It’s not necessarily therapeutic, but it calms me down; it’s really fu…

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No one gets paid to be a member of the Soroptimist, Lions Club, Rotary, the Hospital Foundation, 4-H Leaders Association, the PEO, the new Wallowa Mountains Hells Canyon Trails Association or …

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