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Union County may be able to get an extension for its courthouse project, according to a state representative from the Oregon Judicial Department.

Phil Lemman, legislative communication manager for the OJD, said Thursday that the OJD has the authority to disburse funds allocated by the Legislature until the end of the biennium, June 30, 2015, but an extension would be contingent on the county’s ability to come up with a viable plan for a completed project.

 
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Ready to get its kicks

Written by Kelly Ducote, The Observer August 15, 2014 10:59 am
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Jay Kenton, left, Eastern Oregon University interim president, Anji Weissenfluh, athletics director, and Xavier Romano, EOU vice president for student success, are excited about having a men’s soccer team and hope to recruit new students and athletes to the school because of it. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
Eastern Oregon University announced Thursday that the school will have a men’s soccer team beginning next fall.

Jay Kenton, EOU interim president, said during a press conference that he believes the program will bring returns at a limited cost to the university.

 

PGG makes deal to sell retail stores

Written by Cherise Kaechele, The Observer August 15, 2014 10:11 am

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Pendleton Grain Growers says it plans to sell its AG Supply retail stores in Hermiston, Island City, left, and Joseph.
Pendleton Grain Growers has entered into negotiations to sell the AG Supply retail stores in Joseph, Island City and Hermiston. 

The three stores will not be closing. It will continue to be business as usual, Maddee Moore, a spokesperson for PGG, said. 

 

OUR VIEW: Moraine should be preserved

Written by Observer editorial August 15, 2014 08:36 am

The old T-shirt slogan couldn’t be more appropriate: “Think Globally, Act Locally.”

With all the environmental issues out there, from urban sprawl to global warming and destruction of the rain forest, from genetic engineering to habitat destruction, it’s easy to get swept away in this or that cause. 

 

Oregon to clarify insurance rules on autism treatment

Written by Observer staff August 14, 2014 12:59 pm

SALEM — The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Insurance Division announced Thursday it will begin drafting a bulletin to clarify insurers' responsibility to cover Applied Behavior Analysis therapy as a treatment for autism. 

 
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