4-H Extension agent suffers broken ankle
Wallowa County 4-H Extension Agent Debera Schreiber of Enterprise sustained a broken ankle in a one vehicle accident Sunday, Dec. 1. She reportedly hit a patch of ice eight miles north of Enterprise and her vehicle slid down an enbankment.
A passing motorist took Schreiber to Wallowa Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released.
Pickup totaled, driver unhurt
Robert Charles Inglehart of Joseph was the driver of a 2002 Dodge pickup which was totaled in a rollover wreck near Water Canyon last Friday afternoon four miles northwest of Wallowa. The trailer Inglehart was towing with two horses and two mules inside stayed upright.
Inglehart was not injured.
The Oregon State Police report of the mishap said the wreck happened on Hwy. 82 at about 3:50 p.m. It was reported that the live cargo in the trailer shifted their weight, causing the driver to lose control of the pickup.
Webster on honor roll
Katie Webster of Enterprise was one of 50 students attending Gem State Academy in Caldwell, Idaho, who was listed on the first quarter honor roll with a grade point average of 3.5 or above. Webster is a senior, and spends her afternoons working as a resident assistant in the girls' dorm.
Gem State Academy is a college prep Christian day and boarding high school.
Wallowa business gives away free turkey dinners
Betsy and Justin Burns od Yesterday's Dining House in Wallowa gave away and served 30 free Thanksgiving dinners last Thursday.
The benevolent gesture was advertised by word-of-mouth and by a sign on the business door.
The full Thanksgiving dinner of turkey and the trimmings was complemented with pumpkin, chocolate and apple pies.
The Thanksgiving feasts meals were served from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.