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High Schools see rise in overall graduation rates

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An Imbler High School student receives her diploma last spring during the school’s commencement ceremony. Imbler and Wallowa high schools both had 100 percent graduation rates for the second year in a row. Imbler High School Principal Mike Mills credits the work of many for the excellent graduation rate, one that has been perfect or near-perfect for years. (Observer file photo)
The quest for perfection is not always elusive. For proof, look no further than Imbler, Joseph, Powder Valley and Wallowa high schools. 
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Hazardous road conditions

By Josh Benham & Dick Mason February 05, 2016 05:32 pm
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Vehicles heading westbound on Interstate 84 slow to a crawl Thursday after semi-trucks blocked multiple lanes to chain up. The Oregon State Police reported five crashes with reportable damage on the interstate, and one on Highway 30 near the westbound on-ramp involving an ODOT snow plow and a Union Pacific Railroad pickup. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
The weather system that moved through the area Thursday brought with it plenty of adverse road conditions. 
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Mayor issues apology to council

By Josh Benham, The Observer February 05, 2016 05:22 pm
La Grande Mayor Steve Clements apologized Wednesday night for his response last month to a document penned and signed by five of the seven city councilors.
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BRIEFLY: Arts Commission discusses scholarships, more

By Observer staff February 05, 2016 05:20 pm

The La Grande Arts Commission will be holding its monthly board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday,  at the Parks and Recreation office, 2402 Cedar St. 

On the agenda will be discussions about the commission’s annual high school scholarship, the regional high school exhibit-artist award and the upcoming Saturday Salon. As always, anyone that would like to attend is welcome, as the meeting is open to the public.

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OBITUARIES: February 5, 2016

By Observer Upload February 05, 2016 05:17 pm
Brown,  Blanton, Jackson, Anderson, Ross
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