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When did La Grande conduct its first Veterans Day parade?

The parade, which included a salute of Civil War veterans, was conducted Nov. 11, 1919, on what was then known as Armistice Day.

 

Transform an old book into keepsake box

Welcome to Cook Memorial Library’s new monthly column, “Off the Shelf.” Here you’ll find details about upcoming events, newly added items, and information on programs and services.

 

Letters to the editor for November 4, 2013

Letters to the editor for November 4, 2013
 

Signs of an improving economy

Any time a local firm decides to make an investment in infrastructure it is good news.

 

EOU has turned around what looked like lost year

Following a 73-20 loss to Southern Oregon University at Community Stadium on Sept. 21, it looked like the 2013 season might be a lost season for the Eastern Oregon University football team.

 

A trip exploring castles, palaces and ornate cathedrals

The romantic idea of a princess finding her prince and living happily ever after has been ingrained in little girls for centuries. Just the mention of the word castle ignites that dream in the little girl inside many of us. Taking a river cruise where we would see a castle around every bend sounded like a most romantic voyage. 

 

Evolution of TV: Rabbit ears hop over the horizon

In the old days, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, when men wore hairdos that looked like landing strips for tiny planes, where many TVs showed only artsy black and white, there was the Game of the Week.

 

Evolution of TV: Rabbit ears hop over the horizon

In the old days, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, when men wore hairdos that looked like landing strips for tiny planes, where many TVs showed only artsy black and white, there was the Game of the Week.

 

Cityís first impressions do matter

The brutal honest truth is that some towns are downright ugly, and no matter how much lipstick you put on that pig, it isn’t going to win a beauty contest.

 

Autumnís elusive quarry

The various signs of autumn abound — from the turning of fall leaves to shop floors soaked in deer blood.
 
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