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The great experiment endures

Framed against the usual festivities associated with the Fourth of July holiday it is often easy to forget just how close the whole American independence effort came to failure.

Bill brings some logic to problem

The action by the Oregon Senate Thursday to green-light a new bill regarding wolves is a good step toward resolving a lingering problem for many counties on the eastern side of the state.

Support compound transfer

Good things take time. Maxville Executive Director Gwen Trice, commonly known as “the Logger’s Daughter,” has been working with Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley, and the City of Wallowa since 2009, to make the Wallowa Compound the Maxville Heritage Interpretation Center’s future home. 

Be safe downtown

A small percentage of skateboarders and bicyclists in downtown La Grande are giving all skateboarders and bicyclists a bad reputation. It’s the No. 1 complaint from business owners now that summer vacation in under way. And it needs to be stopped. 

Farm tour provides insight

The 37th annual Union County Crops and Conservation Tour, conducted in Wednesday’s monsoon, was a hit despite the abysmal conditions.

Main Street deserves 2nd chance

Despite what is often seen in the Legislature with the Democrats lining up on one side of the aisle and the Republicans on the other, each side whistling its own party anthem, not everyone walks to the beat of the same drummer.

Continue wheat probe

Wheat is an incredibly important part of the Eastern Oregon economy. In Oregon as a whole, the crop is valued at $300 million to $500 million annually.

Keep homes safe from wildfire

So you’ve got a home in the woods. Beautiful, right? Not so fast, my friend.

The drive to 60

Most of us won’t have Andrew Carnegie’s 2,800-library legacy. But we can improve our own legacy by giving as generously as possible to causes in need.

Senior project goes beyond

It’s amazing how far a high school senior project can go.

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