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The Observer paper 04/01/15
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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.
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.”
The holiday season traditionally focuses needed attention on those in our community who are in the midst of a desperate battle against hunger.
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.
In most cities, a river runs through it. Or a stream. Or at least a fair-sized irrigation ditch.
When it comes to the extremely dangerous and large stockpile of nuclear weapons in the United States there remains a very fine line between safety and disaster.
At first glance the new rectangular, rapid flashing traffic beacons in Cove may not seem a significant happening for Union County as a whole.
Every day, since it lost in the championship game a year ago, the Imbler volleyball team had one goal — to get to the state title game and to win it all.
Disregard for a moment the woeful reality that, in a nation of abundance such as America, there are actually people who are starving, or perhaps more to the point, near starvation.
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