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More fires reported in Northeastern Oregon


ENTERPRISE — Three new fires were reported Friday on the Umatilla and Wallowa-Whitman national forests in Northeast Oregon.


OBITUARIES: Aug. 1, 2014

Written by Observer Upload August 01, 2014 10:09 am

Croom, Suitter, Rhinevault, Enns, Richter



BRIEFLY: OSP searching for illegal dumpers

Written by Observer staff August 01, 2014 10:00 am

OSP searching for illegal dumpers

The Oregon State Police is asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect or suspects in connection with an illegal dump site found on the 2158 Road approximately four miles south of the Spring Creek exit (Exit 248) on Interstate 84. Troopers believe the site is a recent dump.

The OSP’s Fish and Wildlife Division is searching for suspects as the illegal dump site is “not only an eyesore, but can cause potential hazards to people, wildlife and the environment,” said Senior Trooper Marcus McDowell.

Anyone with information about the illegal dump site or any other wildlife crime is asked to call McDowell at 541-531-5906.


Storm brings more wildfire

Written by Katy Nesbitt, The Observer August 01, 2014 09:59 am

ENTERPRISE — Reports of wildfires continued into the evening, following thunderstorms that moved through Northeast Oregon Thursday afternoon.


Supporters: Justice center can be done

Written by Kelly Ducote, The Observer August 01, 2014 09:57 am

Shelter From the Storm Executive Director Teresa Crouser, left, and Fiscal Manager Laura Morgan listen Thursday night as town hall audience members ask questions. The shelter and concerned citizens propose construction of a multi-phased family justice center as an alternative to demolishing the Shelter From the Storm advocacy building in order to site a new courthouse. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
Concerned Union County residents are hoping to garner support for a family justice center following a town hall on the subject Thursday night.

Members of the ad hoc groups Concerned Community Members for a Family Justice Center and Save Our Shelter partnered with staff from Shelter From the Storm to propose the justice center, the co-location of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who work together under one roof to provide coordinated services to victims of family violence.

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