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Newsflash! Due to a worldwide kill-off of coffee plants and demand from the public for a replacement, a synthetic coffee is now on the market. Although studies to date have concluded the synth…

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Living in Wallowa County is a privilege, not only because of the natural beauty, small size and friendly people, but because it is removed enough from the American mainstream to be a perch fro…

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Pushback against a “meatless day” proclaimed by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis last month was predictably vigorous. It was part of the “war on rural Colorado,” said a state senator who runs a cattl…

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Americans have enjoyed the benefits of freedom for over 200 years. Our Founders were wise enough to recognize that in order to self-govern, the citizens and the press needed the ability to thi…

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Over the last several months we have witnessed history happening in our country that has not happened since the Civil War. It is United States history in the making. Do you remember your U.S. …

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“There’s this attitude that public health measures are getting in the way of opening up the country. It’s exactly the opposite…the public health measures are the pathway to opening the country…

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“These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves th…

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Writing is a lifelong skill. Children are able to start developing skills used in writing as early as kindergarten and even preschool. Developing the skill of writing starts with language deve…

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The first eight or 10 days in February saw 27 new cases of the coronavirus and our fourth Wallowa County death. Numbers have continued to mount — with one or two cases each new day. Our sense …

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Oregonians living through the September 2020 fires know the threat global warming poses; we are on the front lines. We know temperature is rising and rainfall is declining during summer, while…

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I‘ve said many times that when I moved to Wallowa County in 1971, there were more registered Democrats than there were Republicans. I think it’s important to remember this as we look at today’…