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Oregon lawmakers finish 2015 session

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SALEM — State legislators Monday approved spending more than $1 billion on projects for water, roads and seismic upgrades for schools, among others, and another bill to create an LGBT coordinator in the state Department of Veterans’ Affairs as the final gavel marked the close of the 2015 session.

Democrats and Republicans hurried to give their thoughts on the session, which Republicans said was filled with partisanship and burdensome new business mandates and which Democrats hailed as a positive five months that saw new social and environmental policies enacted.

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Oregon lawmakers finish 2015 session

By Taylor W. Anderson, WesCom News Service July 07, 2015 08:05 am
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SALEM — State legislators Monday approved spending more than $1 billion on projects for water, roads and seismic upgrades for schools, among others, and another bill to create an LGBT coordinator in the state Department of Veterans’ Affairs as the final gavel marked the close of the 2015 session.

Democrats and Republicans hurried to give their thoughts on the session, which Republicans said was filled with partisanship and burdensome new business mandates and which Democrats hailed as a positive five months that saw new social and environmental policies enacted.

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Family fishing event at Anthony Lake

By Observer staff July 07, 2015 07:51 am

NORTH POWDER — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest will be on hand from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 18 at Anthony Lake to teach young people how to bait, cast, and reel in their catch.

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Acquisitions give hospital rural clinics

By Trish Yerges July 06, 2015 12:10 pm
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Grande Ronde Hospital will assume ownership and clinic operations management of the Union Family Health Center and the Elgin Family Health Clinic effective Aug. 1. The clinics will then operate as Grande Ronde Hospital Union Clinic and Grande Ronde Hospital Elgin Clinic. (file photo)
Grande Ronde Hospital will assume ownership and clinic operations management of the Union Family Health Center and the Elgin Family Health Clinic effective Aug. 1.
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Balloon artist gets ‘twisted’

By Jeff Petersen, The Observer July 06, 2015 12:01 pm
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George “Mr. George” Gilchrist creates a piece of balloon art recently. Gilchrist started creating balloon animals for children seven years ago. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
Elephants, bumblebees and ladybugs, oh my.
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