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La Grande Observer 03/27/15

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Oregon can do better

Keeping up with the Joneses is most times overrated. If we constantly look at what are neighbors are buying, driving, eating and wearing, and feel lacking if we don’t have the latest doo-dad, or are eating mac and cheese while they are eating steak, we will make ourselves miserable.

Keeping students on track

A new policy in the Cove School District could be a real win for both students and educators.

Where’s the plan for jobs?

Gov. John Kitzhaber is on a kind of campaign to suppress the crazy. He would like to see the state do something about its dependence on income taxes.


County building a good idea

After failed bonds and years of talking, it seems Union County will finally get its new courthouse in La Grande.

Annual fair showcases county’s best

It’s said a sense of community seems to be lacking in the modern world.

Resolution a positive first step

The increase in water and sewer rates drew the biggest headline following the July 19 La Grande City Council meeting. 

Tuition idea needs more work

The proposed “Pay It Forward, Pay It Back” tuition concept for Oregon is no doubt an interesting one. But it may also be one that raises more questions than it answers.

The cost of doing business

La Grande City Councilman Gary Lillard and Mayor Daniel Pokorney made good points during last week’s City Council meeting. At the meeting the council boosted sewer and water fees.

Wind farms pose big risk for area

The following editorial appeared in the Baker City Herald:

The debate over whether Baker County should welcome wind farms can be distilled to a cost-benefit analysis.


A banner season for local team

Talk about entering your own personal Field of Dreams. Or writing a script deserving of Hollywood.

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