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Working his way back


Calvin Martin poses for a photo while in the hospital in Seattle, Washington. Martin, 14, is recovering after suffering a brain hemorrhage Oct. 14. (Kelly Martin photo)
Fourteen-year-old Calvin Martin is recovering in a Seattle, Washington, hospital following a brain hemorrhage suffered Oct. 14 that required emergency surgery that night.

“He’s been moved from Harborview to Seattle Children’s (for) rehab,” said his mother, Kelly Martin.

On the afternoon of Oct. 14, Calvin, a freshman on the Imbler football team, began to complain of not feeling well during the Panthers’ practice.

“He ran off the field to vomit and then passed out,” Kelly Martin said. “Coaches didn’t get a response and called 911.”



GOP gubernatorial candidate visits EOU

By Kelly Ducote, The Observer October 30, 2015 02:01 pm
Republican candidate for governor Dr. Bud Pierce introduces himself to a group of Eastern Oregon University students and faculty Wednesday. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
Dr. William “Bud” Pierce wants to make the lives of Oregonians better as 


LHS students get unique lesson

By Dick Mason, The Observer October 30, 2015 01:53 pm

John Lamoreau’s U.S. government class welcomed a 2012 Academy Award nominee on Wednesday. James Spione, who has directed films like “Incident in New Baghdad” answered the students’ questions about his experience directing, as well as questions about the National Security Administration’s whistleblowers. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
Many Americans think they have no reason to be concerned about increasing federal government electronic surveillance because they believe they have nothing to hide.

These individuals should think again.



BRIEFLY: Celebrate asexual awareness week

By Observer staff October 30, 2015 01:11 pm

PFLAG Union County is holding an Anti-Valentine’s Day party tonight from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in celebration of asexual awareness week. The event will be held at Art Center East,1006 Penn Ave., La Grande. Costumes may be worn. 

Pizza and drinks will be provided. Party-goers may bring snacks and candy if they wish. Decorating will begin at 4 p.m., and all are welcome to come early and help.



OBITUARIES: October 30, 2015

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