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Travel management shell game

I believe most of us know about the shell game, but in case you never heard of it, let me briefly explain. It’s an uncomplicated game but difficult to win until you learn how to play it. 


Letters to the editor for Dec. 30, 2013

Inconsiderate actions affect those around you

To The Editor:

This is a minor thing for starting 2014 off well, but I have noticed a distinct lack of apparent etiquette while walking on the residential streets in La Grande. 


EDITORIAL: Keep the spirit of giving alive

While so many of us awoke to full stockings and the smell of fresh goodies in the oven, others were hard at work. Before some of us had even gotten out of bed to see what Santa had delivered, firefighters were at the scene of a Christmas morning blaze in downtown La Grande.


Teetering on the resolution high dive

There are two types of people in this world: those who make resolutions, and those who roll on the ground laughing.


Teetering on the resolution high dive

There are two types of people in this world: those who make resolutions, and those who roll on the ground laughing.


Feasting, festing and Christmas cheer

Well, it’s finally here. The shopping is done, the mad wrapping will soon be accomplished and you all will trade the busyness of the last few weeks for a cup of wassail and perhaps a Christmas Eve party or a church service.


Union County seniors need you

The holidays are supposed to be a time of hope and happiness for everyone. But for those senior citizens struggling with hunger, the holidays mean another day where they may not know where their next meal will come from. 


Dollhouse made a little girl’s Christmas

I don’t remember where we lived or how old I was when I received my metal dollhouse for Christmas, which is a little odd, for we were living on Third Street when Santa brought me a Shirley Temple doll, wearing a red-and- white polka-dot dress and bonnet, and as tall as was I (3 feet?). We were living on the hill when I received a wicker doll buggy, doll and blankets, hidden under a big pillow beside the fainting couch, and we were living next to the store on Fourth Street when I received doll clothes for my favorite doll, secretly handmade from my mother’s Singer pedal sewing machine.


Letters to the editor for Dec. 23, 2013


EDITORIAL: A good trade-off package


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