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CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Oregon and Washington fishery managers recently announced seasons and regulations for 2020 summer and fall Columbia River fisheries.

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Memory lapses? We all have them. For sure golfers do. In re-reading Ellen Morris Bishop’s golf course write up in the Chieftain a few weeks ago giving a brief history and description of the go…

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Today, Alpine Meadows Golf Course looks like America’s best kept front yard, but it didn’t get that way overnight.

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JOSEPH — Joseph Charter School co-Valedictorian and 3,000m record-holder Ellyse Tingelstad will head to Caldwell, Idaho to attend the College of Idaho in the fall. There she’ll work towards a …

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With no students on campus, the post-fire rejuvenation of Joseph Charter School’s gym — and other smoke and water-damaged portions of the school, is moving right along.

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Good day Wallowa County golfers. It’s that time of year again. Time to load up those clubs, not to forget a supply of golf balls, a glove and those wonderful Martini tees, and head out to Alpi…

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Basketball has been a passion for Enterprise High School senior Devin Greer since he was 4 years old. Now, after serving as a go-to shooter for his high school team, Greer will be playing at t…

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For most fans of high school sports in Wallowa County, the name Hadley Miller is synonymous with basketball excellence. The Joseph Charter School senior earned a slot on the 2019-20 1A Old Ore…

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – Strawberries are among the plants recommended by both Wallowa county Nursery and Alder Slope Nursery, as a good bet for Wallowa county gardens. Strawberries are a no brainer …

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COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Across the U.S., gardening is booming as people anxious about food shortages are eager to grow their own vegetables during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Because of the coronavirus, the Oregon School Activities Association has suspended sports, including practice, until March 31 when they will revisit the subject.

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Donkey basketball at Wallowa the evening of Wednesday, March 11, provided a truly fun event and fundraiser for the junior-senior trip, in which boys and girls teams participated aboard tame, d…

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Two members of the Enterprise Junior High School came back from the district tournament in Boardman with a ticket to the state championship tournament. The district event took place over the w…

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See the boy. He is 12 and stands in shock in his home. He lives in a house of constant turmoil. His mother and stepfather are deeply addicted to drugs and alcohol. Chaos and violence are the w…

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The Joseph Eagles’ girls state 1A championship hopes came to an end after a hard-fought 48-36 loss to the top-ranked Crane Mustangs on Friday, March 6, in Baker City. Joseph kept the game clos…

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The Joseph Eagles boys’ basketball team fell 51-46 in a heartbreaking triple overtime loss versus Prairie City Panthers in the state playoffs. Even with the loss, the Eagles earned a 7th place…

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The Eagles entered into the final eight meeting the second-ranked Triad Timberwolves, who gave the Eagles more than enough to chew on with stellar shooting and a 61-41 win. The loss knocked th…

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Joseph Girls won their Wednesday afternoon game with Damascas Christian, 42-27, sending them into a quarter-finals matchup with #1-ranked Crane on Friday at noon.  With 8 seconds left, Sabrina…

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The Enterprise Outlaw girls suffered a narrow and heartbreaking last minute 40-37 loss at the stomping grounds of the Monroe Dragons during the first round of state 2A playoffs on Friday, Feb. 28.

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There was a big celebration in Enterprise’s gym and then in Joseph after a heart-stopping 43-40 Joseph Eagles boys victory over the South Wasco Redsides in the second round of state playoffs i…

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The Joseph Eagles girls flew away with a victory over the Livingstone Adventist Academy in the second game of state 1A playoffs, 61-37.

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The Joseph Eagles had the Jordan Valley Mustangs corralled, fore-footed and saddled, 63-49, before they knew what hit them in the opening round of state 1A basketball playoffs on Wednesday, Fe…

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The Enterprise Outlaw girls took it to the limit on Saturday Feb. 22, earning a spot in the state 2A basketball tourney with thrilling 2-point OT win against the Heppner Mustangs, 40-38.

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The Joseph Eagles girls’ basketball squad captured their second straight Old Oregon League title after defeating Powder Valley, 31-26 in the district championship game on Saturday, Feb. 22 at …

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The Wallowa Cougars girls played  smart and tough against the Elgin Huskies on Saturday, but came out on the short end after sending the game into overtime. The loss was especially disappointi…

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Joseph defeated North Powder 51-48 in the Old Oregon League district playoffs late this afternoon in Baker City. The boys team now moves on to state competition.

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The Eagles boys hoopsters are a step closer to state after defeating the Pine Eagle Spartans, 58-39 at district play in Baker City on Thursday, Feb. 20.

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The Outlaws girls had a mixed week splitting a pair of basketball games versus Heppner Feb. 11 and Pilot Rock, Feb. 14 Enterprise faced Heppner and came off with an uncharacteristic loss, 38-37.

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The Joseph Eagles sent nine wrestlers to the land of Union for the 1A/2A Special District 4 tournament on Feb. 14-15. Grapplers Zeb Ramsden at the 145 pound bracket and Jonah Staigle at 220 po…

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The Outlaws traveled to Union for the 1A / 2A special district 4 Wrestling Championships on Feb. 14-15. The tournament decides which wrestlers will compete at the state championships in Portland.

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February 15 saw the Joseph Eagles boys playing at their temporary home court in Enterprise, hosting Nixyaawii on Senior Night. The highly anticipated game provided plenty of action. But the Jo…

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The Joseph girls cagers proved that JCS Eagles are tougher than Golden Eagles after trouncing Nixyaawii 54-40 on Saturday, Feb. 15. The game started as a defensive battle with the Eagles leadi…

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The Joseph Eagles boys squad outdistanced the Wallowa Cougars 64-42 in a game Feb. 14 in Wallowa. The halftime score was 33-21, but in the second half the Eagles pulled steadily away. The game…

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Joseph’s Sabrina Albee chalked up 19 points to lead the Eagles over the Wallowa Cougars 53-38 in the season’s final game. Although Joseph committed 17 turnovers to Wallowa’s 11, the Cougars gi…

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The Joseph Eagles girls team spent the weekend with a home game in Imbler versus Pine Eagle and visiting Elgin on the weekend of Feb. 7-8.

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The Outlaws traveled down to Pine Eagle for its invitational tournament on Feb. 7-8 with the boys making a good showing, sometimes against much larger schools. The boys placed ninth of 11 team…

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The Eagles traveled south to Pine Eagle over the last weekend to participate in the Pine Eagle Invitational. Eleven teams from Oregon and Idaho participated in the tournament.