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La Grande Observer Daily Paper 09/01/14
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Dr. Robin Maxon will be moving her practice, Eastern Oregon Audiology, from Baker City to La Grande.
The current office at 1832 Main St. will close on Oct. 24 in order to open the new clinic on Nov. 5, Maxon said in a letter to patients.
Local orchard to alleviate shortage of Western larch seeds for area timber growers
Wallowa County Food System Council hosts strategic planning session Monday
ENTERPRISE — The Wallowa County Food System Council is hosting a half-day strategic planning session Monday with Sharon Thornberry and Matt Buck of the Oregon Food Bank.
Event brings agencies, small business owners together
LA GRANDE — Owners of area small businesses were offered a one-stop shop when the Governor’s Marketplace Roadshow came to La Grande Thursday.
Representatives from state and federal agencies were in town to present advice to small business owners and personnel as well as provide a networking opportunity.
Alegre Travel of La Grande staged a grand re-opening Sept. 10 to celebrate moving into its new location at 1307 Adams Ave.
The longtime business was formerly located at 101 Depot St. The travel agency’s space is owned by the Masonic Lodge, which remodeled the business space for Alegre.
JOSEPH — Approximately 100 truckloads of dirt are on their way from Joseph to Milton-Freewater, turning what was once a waste product into organic soil for orchards and vineyards.
The hauling started 10 days ago, said S&V Properties spokesperson Steve Krieger, and will continue until an order for 2,500 yards is filled to Sustainable Soils.
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