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BRIEFY: Teen Movie Night set Friday at library

Teen Movie Night will be held at 6 p.m. Friday at Cook Memorial Library. Teen Movie Nights are offered year-round and are always free and open to anyone in grades six through 12. 

Free popcorn and soda is provided. Teens may also bring comfortable chairs and snacks. 

Call 541-962-1339, visit the library, or view its Web and Facebook pages for current movie information and upcoming teen events.

Section of road expected to close 

WALLOWA — The Oregon Department of Transportation’s contractor JAL Construction will be closing a short section of Whiskey Creek Road 5.5 miles east of Wallowa starting the week of Sept. 8 or Sept. 15. The closure is expected to last for two weeks. 

Media notices and signs posted in the area will announce the actual dates once they are confirmed. The road closure is needed to accommodate the replacement of the existing culvert. Travelers will need to take alternate routes while the road section is blocked off for construction work.

 “The two-week closure was originally scheduled to take place earlier this summer, but had to be postpone,” said ODOT Assistant Project Manager Mike Remily. “The project will replace the aging culvert with a new single span bridge and remove an existing fish passage barrier for steelhead and Chinook salmon.”                                                                                                    

 Rapid reconstruction methods are being used on the $350,000 project to help expedite the work. These include installing bridge pilings prior to closing the road and using precast bridge abutment walls and deck slabs to save valuable construction time.  

  “ODOT realizes the 14-day road closure will result in some impacts to travelers and we will work to get the route open as soon as possible,” Remily said.

 For more information, contact ODOT Public Information Officer Tom Strandberg at 541-963-1330 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Check out family tree Saturday

People who want to know more about their family tree, where their ancestors came from or how to get started working on their genealogy are invited to the Latter-day Saints Church on 12th and Gekeler Saturday.

The event will run from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Videos from the Roots Conference in Salt Lake City will help people get started or move forward. 

People will be there to help and answer questions.

Dementia support group meets

The Wildflower Lodge Dementia Support Group will meet from noon to 
1 p.m. Wednesday with the Topic: 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s. The event includes a free lunch. For more information, call 
541-663-1200.

Cove City Council meeting postponed 

COVE — Cove’s September city council meeting has been changed from the first Tuesday of the month to 
Sept. 9. 

Elgin School Board will meet Wednesday

ELGIN — The Elgin School Board will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the board room of the district office building. 

The superintendent evaluation process will be discussed.

Imbler district holds open house

IMBLER — The Imbler School District will conduct an open house from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the high school gym.

A spaghetti feed in the elementary school gym will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The spaghetti feed will be put on by the Imbler Education Foundation. 

The elementary school gym will also be the site Wednesday of a Imbler PAC/Boosters fall book fair and membership  drive. The book fair and membership drive will run from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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