Devi Mathson holds her son, Taylor, as he plays with her iPhone at the family’s home in La Grande on Friday afternoon. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
Taylor’s big blue eyes are striking as he plays with his father, Jeromy Mathson, or sits on his mother’s lap. He’s just like many other children his age who like to play outside and eat hamburgers. However, he was dealt a huge blow Feb. 13, which began a very rough month for the Mathson family.
Certified hypnotist Mita Alqahtani outfits clients with a pair of glasses, which provide light therapy to help them enter the theta state, one of deep relaxation. Alqahtani has been in the holistic health care field for more than 25 years. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
There are no dangling pocket watches or medallions involved. You are not getting very sleepy.
JOSEPH — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is teaming up with The Nature Conservancy to provide a multi-media presentation on the history of Rocky Mountain elk on the Zumwalt Prairie. The event will run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at the Wallowology Center, 508 N. Main St. The evening will culminate with the raffle drawing for a Zumwalt bull elk tag (raffle tickets are sold out). Refreshments will be provided. This free event is co-sponsored by Wallowa Land Trust and Wallowology.
For more information, contact Kathleen Ackley at 541-426-2042 or go to www.wallowalandtrust.org.