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EDITORIAL: Keep the spirit of giving alive

While so many of us awoke to full stockings and the smell of fresh goodies in the oven, others were hard at work. Before some of us had even gotten out of bed to see what Santa had delivered, firefighters were at the scene of a Christmas morning blaze in downtown La Grande.

EDITORIAL: A good trade-off package

Brightening Christmas for others

No, they don’t wear white hats, like the good guys in the old Western movies, or drive white cars. But the cops are the good guys of the modern world. Proof is the Shop With a Cop program, which helps underprivileged kids have a Christmas while at the same time making them aware that cops are approachable and are there to serve the public and keep the peace.

EDITORIAL: Oregonís inadequate blanket


Finding right answer a challenge

There is good news and bad news regarding the La Grande City Council’s decision to forego a purchase of the old Eagles Lodge Building. 

OUR VIEW: Hislopís legacy of excellence


Imbler reaches pinnacle

Thirty years from now, people not just in Imbler but in the entire Grande Ronde Valley and all of Oregon will be talking about “The Game.”

Remember those less fortunate

The holiday season traditionally focuses needed attention on those in our community who are in the midst of a desperate battle against hunger.

Homeless issue is troubling

A story last week in this newspaper highlighted the fact that more than 18,000 kindergarten through 12th grade youth attending school in Oregon lived in some type of homeless condition during the last school year.

River trail deserves support

In most cities, a river runs through it. Or a stream. Or at least a fair-sized irrigation ditch.

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