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A return to its roots: Micronesian students at Eastern may double within a year

By Dick Mason, The Observer March 06, 2015 12:50 pm
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Eastern Oregon University students Ciara Haruo, Ngeyaol Polycarp and Meyar Mamis enjoy a light moment Monday at EOU’s Multicultural Center. All three of the students are from Palau, a part of the region of Micronesia. (Dick Mason/The Observer)
Eastern Oregon University’s pipeline to the Western Pacific, after slowing to a trickle, may soon begin flowing robustly again.
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AlertSense moves forward

By Cherise Kaechele, The Observer March 06, 2015 12:47 pm
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J. B. Brock, emergency manager, and Annette Powers, emergency services department specialist, look over an incident command system form Thursday. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
Union County could be seeing a county-wide emergency services notification system in the near future.
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City council talks how to fill vacant city position

By Cherise Kaechele, The Observer March 06, 2015 12:41 pm
The La Grande City Council work session Thursday had one overarching question: What is La Grande going to do without Charlie Mitchell?
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BRIEFLY: Clocks ‘spring forward’ this weekend

By Observer staff March 06, 2015 12:31 pm

Daylight Saving Time kicks in this weekend. At 2 a.m. local time Sunday, clocks will “spring forward” one hour. 

DST was first used by Germany during World War I as a way to conserve energy. The goal was to take advantage of the daylight hours in spring by moving an additional hour of daylight from the morning to the evening and not letting people sleep through the first few hours of sunshine. America didn’t adopt a policy on DST until 1966.

Daylight Saving Time will end Nov. 1, when we “fall back” one hour.

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