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OUR VIEW: Council grasps at straws

Last Wednesday night, the La Grande City Council found itself in the same position that many other locally elected boards across the state are most likely either dealing with or will soon tackle.

Pokorney served city well


OUR VIEW: Nothing is ever totally free


OUR VIEW: Learning curve looms for Barreto

Talk about having a lot of homework. To be a representative in Oregon is like having a finals exam every week.

OUR VIEW: Congress needs to get to work

One element to the 114th Congress slated to gather Tuesday is the fact that this year the key legislative body of our nation will showcase more minorities and women than ever before.



OUR VIEW: Breathing some life in town

La Grande will never be Las Vegas. And it doesn’t want to be a 24/7 bright lights gambling mecca, with all the fun and corruption that implies. But over the course of the past few years, the small city in Northeast Oregon has become a livelier place to live.

OUR VIEW: Wishing for a quiet end to 2014

It would seem common sense with New Year’s Eve approaching that safety should be a top priority for all ready to ring in the New Year.

OUR VIEW: County making critical investment

Domestic violence does not take a holiday.

And neither does Shelter From the Storm, the domestic violence and sexual assault crisis center that offers both immediate and long-term assistance to victims, survivors and their families. 


Take steps to avoid credit theft

At Christmas time most consumers are seemingly awash in seeking gifts, purchasing gifts and distributing presents. While there is surely plenty of room to debate — in this age of pop-culture fads and focus on the buyer — the true meaning of the holiday, many consumers should be aware of the real risk of identity theft and fraud.

OUR VIEW: Putting some bite in enforcement

It’s said fences make good neighbors. But fences, even those surrounding suburbs along the interstate, can’t block out all sounds.

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