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Silly season starts

A bushel basket of important issues face state legislators this session in Oregon’s capital, Salem, and Washington’s capital, Olympia — state prisons, the public pension system, education, health care, gun control, public safety, bipartisanship.


The bridge to somewhere

You’ve probably heard of The Bridge to Nowhere.

Good luck at nationals, Mountaineers

Thanks to great coaches, great players and great fans, La Grande has become an unlikely capital for college basketball.


Support film festival

Whether you like films, music or both, or just want to support a growing community event, this weekend’s fourth edition of the Eastern Oregon Film Festival has something for everyone.


Relationships beneficial

Crocodiles have plover birds that clean their teeth. Honey bees get pollen, and flowers get pollinated. Protozoans live inside termites and help them digest wood. 


Winter throws I-84 drivers knuckleball

Black ice, whiteouts, fog — regular drivers of Interstate 84 see it all, as Old Man Winter throws us his annual knuckleball. The freeway that connects La Grande and the rest of Northeast Oregon to the outside world has a well-deserved reputation for being difficult to drive in the winter.

Soup supper deserves support

Saturday, people have a chance to savor soup, take home a piece of quality art and fight domestic violence.

Postal cutbacks make sense

We all tend to get cranky when some little thing comes along to upset our accepted routines. We gripe and go on griping until one day we wake up and realize that the change, whatever it happens to be, doesn’t make much difference in our lives after all.


Wrestling grapples with change

Wrestling knocked out of the Summer Olympic Games is yet one more blow in tarnishing the luster of a once gold-medal world gathering of athletes. 


Oregon celebrates

Oregon celebrates its 154th birthday Thursday, Valentine’s Day, and it doesn’t look a day over 100.

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