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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: Countyís 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

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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.


General aviation: A cut above the rest

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John Wilson
 

Even as a company that has roots dating back more than 125 years, we believe in the philosophy of adapting to changing times to promote our growth and development. 


OUR VIEW: Residents get chance to sound off on issue

How often do you attend county commissioner meetings?

Our guess is not all that often, if ever.


Letters to the editor for March 3, 2014

Trueax: Country in danger of losing God’s favor

To the Editor:

For 200 years, our country enjoyed a “favored nation” status with the Lord Jesus Christ. Just as he did with Judah before the carrying away into Babylon, the Lord has taken our part against all opponents. 

 


DORY'S DIARY: Rules still matter, don't they?

The sun was shining when we left home, but as I drove to town I could see the shelf of blackening clouds sliding into the valley and into my attitude because Daphne had decided to go along with me. She was wearing her little black tam that always reminded me of a dark cloud just like the one in the sky. She always wore it when she had her chin stuck out looking for trouble. A little breeze chased the remaining dead snow-free fallen leaves around the streets, the sidewalks, the lawns, making me feel a bit more uneasy.  It wasn’t a proper winter.


Choices we make every day influence our health

Your body’s ability to seek and maintain health is impressive. Every minute your body routinely builds new cells, resists invaders and turns food into energy, muscles, and bones. Our job may simply be to enjoy the ride and do what we can to stay healthy. 

OUR VIEW: Citizen vigilance pays off

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.


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