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She never collected a lot of votes in Eastern Oregon because of her party affiliation but Gov. Kate Brown did a good, and proper, thing last week when she helped convince the Joint Legislative…

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The meeting of the Wallowa City Council last week to give area residents some guidance regarding how to get assistance in the wake of the epic Aug. 11 hailstorm was a good idea, and now reside…

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Rita Ehrler’s “Stories of Wallowa Lake” is a true treasure. I assumed I’d only be interested in one chapter (about my parents — Benson’s Log Cabins) but I was pleasantly surprised and awed by …

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The upcoming race for Oregon governor will be historical in a number of aspects, not the least of which is the notion that for the first time in a long time, there appears to be real competiti…

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Years ago, when our group of county and Nez Perce folks got together and started the CJD’s Friendship Feast and Dance at the Indian campgrounds by the rodeo, I was aghast at the racial slurs a…

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Grazing is the foundation of the U.S. beef industry. And, regardless of the source, whether private or federal lands, the total forage base of this country is the single factor making the grea…

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The recent epic hailstorm did a lot of physical damage to the county, but it also created a scenario where average people stepped up to help and there was no better example of this than the em…

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The Friday tornado that started at the Wallowa River canyon mouth, traveled over Bear Creek and settled hard in Wallowa made that town and the “lower valley” the center of state and local news.

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