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The Observer paper 05/06/15
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Sure, a bias exists against community colleges. Some people say the intellectual fireworks found at a four-year school are more of a sparkler at a two-year school.
The City of La Grande’s efforts to improve downtown have hopefully launched a continued push to improve both the look and business atmosphere for local merchants.
One of the great joys of living in Northeast Oregon is being on the edge of the wilderness.
How often do you attend county commissioner meetings?
Our guess is not all that often, if ever.
La Grande’s air quality has significantly improved in the past 20 years, and now it is safe to say the city’s air quality is among the best in Oregon.
A look at our editorial page over the past few months has left some readers wondering what exactly is going on between Union County and the Blue Mountain Humane Association.
Guns and rifles are an important part of the culture of Northeast Oregon. Most homes probably have firearms for hunting and for home protection.
The ongoing debate — some could argue dispute — regarding the proposal to build a new Interstate 5/light rail bridge over the Columbia River continues to linger in the Oregon Legislature.
A lot of times the average motorist may not see them but the snow-plow drivers of the Oregon Department of Transportation who patrol the interstate and other secondary highways during the winter deserve praise.
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