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Making a swift recovery Alicel teen now back home

The Martin family will celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday at their home with plenty to be thankful for. Kelly Martin said that having Calvin, above, back for the holiday will make it one of the familyís best Thanksgivings ever. (Dick Mason/The Observer)
Mike Martin knew that the next steps taken by his 14-year-old son, Calvin, who had just regained consciousness in a Seattle hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage three days earlier, would pose a challenge.

The father was right. The steps did prove challenging — not for Calvin but for a medical team not prepared for a fast-moving patient.

Wallowa County holds first pot opt-out hearing

ENTERPRISE — A wide difference of opinion emerged Tuesday as Wallowa County commissioners heard testimony about a proposed ordinance to prohibit wholesale and retail marijuana operations in unincorporated areas of the county.

Term limits group pushing forward

Sue Albers signs Sharon Porterís petition on Sunday. The Union County Citizens for Good Government is looking to gather 627 valid signatures. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
The Union County Citizens for Good Government is “on pace” for the anticipated Feb. 17 deadline of 627 valid signatures to limit commissioners’ terms, according to Jim Mollerstrom, the chief petitioner and one of the group’s founders.

BRIEFLY: Philly Group sells Christmas trees

ELGIN — The Imbler/Elgin Philly Group will be selling Noble and Nordmann fir Christmas trees beginning Friday in the old ISU lot across from Community Bank in Elgin. The lot will be open from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, and from noon to       

6 p.m. Sundays, until the trees are all sold. Prices are $25 for trees shorter than 5 feet, $35 for trees 5-7 feet, and $45 for trees taller than 7 feet. The group will also be selling trees in La Grande during the same hours next to Aaron’s on Adams Avenue.


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