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Diamonds are forever: Sweet games are a hit

My grandpa, Oswald Swensen Carlsen Jensen Christiansen Petersen, was a big baseball fan. I am not.
 

Diamonds are forever: Sweet games are a hit

My grandpa, Oswald Swensen Carlsen Jensen Christiansen Petersen, was a big baseball fan. I am not.
 

Remember responders’ importance

All too often the great work that many of our police and firefighters do on a daily basis goes unnoticed.
 

Wallowa County’s mountains are as good as any out there

spent eight days on the road last week touring the Inland Northwest and wow, what a country.
 

Why the world matters

From afar, the current instability that remains the hallmark of modern-day Egypt often appears to be totally unrelated to anything connected to Oregon, or, to say the least, Eastern Oregon.
 

Letters to the editor for July 8, 2013

Letters to the editor for July 8, 2013
 

Where was the first store in La Grande?

The first store was located along what is today A Avenue in south La Grande. It was opened in the fall of 1862 by Edwin Patterson, according to a story in the Dec. 10, 1946, edition of The Observer. The store was located in a small dugout on the side of a hill. 
 

Letters to the editor for July 5, 2013

Letters to the editor for July 5, 2013
 

Petunia hunter: Stemming the deer invasion

am not a hunter. Not yet, anyway. In Northeast Oregon, that is like admitting you don’t eat red meat, own a pickup truck or a border collie and prefer opera music.
 

Petunia hunter: Stemming the deer invasion

am not a hunter. Not yet, anyway. In Northeast Oregon, that is like admitting you don’t eat red meat, own a pickup truck or a border collie and prefer opera music.
 
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