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Oregon likes the pioneering spirit. The state was first in the nation to impose a five-cent deposit on beverage bottles and to save its beaches for public use and enjoyment. The state takes pride in having the nation’s deepest lake — Crater — and the nation’s shortest river, the D at Lincoln City.

OUR VIEW: Events put fairgrounds in spotlight

After years trying to find signature events, with many promising ideas starting with a bang and fizzling like a dud firecracker, La Grande has suddenly found two that could have staying power.

MY VOICE: The value of farmland in NE Oregon

We live in an area of the country and state that is rich in culture, history, its hardworking, patriotic and generous people and agriculture. Often, busy lives lead to forgetting the beauty of our backyard and taking for granted all that God has given us.

OUR VIEW: Our veterans deserve to be helped

With the recent Veterans Affairs scandal taking up so much of the news cycle nationally the last few weeks, the front page story in the June 16 La Grande Observer regarding Vietnam veteran Donald Remick was significant in a number of ways.

OUR VIEW: Oregon puts name on track map

So, track and field does not capture the nation’s imagination the same as baseball, apple pie, talk show hosts ranting about the issue of the day or World Cup soccer.

MY VOICE: Where do we live and why?

I saw the picture of a driveway and the headlines about someone shooting cows — the picture suggested the cows were in the driveway. I read about a sheriff’s investigation: cut fence — bicyclists or hikers — lost cattle that couldn’t be found, a man devoted to returning land to its natural state, the property of cattlemen trying to make a go of a living lost to feedlots. 

OUR VIEW: Focus on fire safety measures

If Oregon residents were searching for a sign the summer fire season is here, they saw firsthand evidence last week in the central part of the state when a wildfire erupted in the Bend area. 

OUR VIEW: Union-Cove repeat is impressive

Winning one state title is amazing. Winning two or more in a row, however, is an even bigger accomplishment.

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