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The Observer 11/17/14

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OUR VIEW: Request should be taken seriously

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.

ON SECOND THOUGHT: Splashing in Seattle for raincation thrills

In a forest of umbrellas, downwind from the flying headless salmon of Pike Place Market, in a place where rain is about as common as oxygen, the Wonder Woman and I searched for the 12th Man.

OUR VIEW: Wildlife should stay wild

One of the great joys of living in Northeast Oregon is being on the edge of the wilderness.

MY VOICE: ACA will add to the bottom line

The Affordable Care Act, known as “Obamacare,” is a huge step forward in medical insurance reform. It is struggling to make its implementation schedule and is creating a lot of ambiguity and some anxiety for almost everyone concerned. There are many good things about this act that strengthen and improve coverage. 



OUR VIEW: Excitement grows for festival

June may seem like a long way away, but if you are looking ahead for an event to mark on the calendar then the Eastern Oregon Beer Festival, scheduled for June 21, should surely seem like an obvious choice.

OUR VIEW: County’s decision lacks vision

One attendee of Wednesday’s Union County Board of Commissioners meeting made a profound statement about the decision to site the new courthouse on the Shelter From the Storm’s footprint by demolishing the Shelter building.

This week anything but boring

It’s been one of those weeks.

CANYON NOTES: Ski trips give way to steelhead fishing

Katy Nesbitt

There are signs of spring everywhere. The Little Bear hamburger joint in Wallowa is open, my grass needs cutting and the air feels, dare I say, balmy.

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