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La Grande City Council votes to opt out of sale and production of marijuana

La Grande City Council voted 5 to 1, with Gary Lillard voting against and Mayor Steve Clements absent, to opt out of the sale and production of medical and recreational marijuana at tonight's meeting.


SPORTS REPORT 2015: Episode 6

By Tim Mustoe, The Observer October 08, 2015 08:53 am


Forest Service proposes large timber sale in Elkhorns

By Observer staff October 07, 2015 02:05 pm

The East Face project, which is designed to reduce the risk of large wildfires, includes almost 50,000 acres of public land, mostly Forest Service with about 1,700 acres of BLM ground.




A promising start for full-day kindergarten

By Dick Mason, The Observer October 07, 2015 10:29 am
Paraprofessional Valerie Colwell leads Greenwood Elementary School kindergarten students, from left, Carter Pennington, Jocelyn VanVleet and Cain Jorgenson, in a math instructional session Tuesday. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
School buses transporting La Grande School District kindergarten students are now running less frequently, but the school district’s kindergarten program is revved and rolling like never before.


CASA looking for a few good volunteers

By Cherise Kaechele, The Observer October 07, 2015 10:25 am
Mary Collard, left, Kathy Warren and Union County Judge Russ West work together in the CASA organization, advocating for children in juvenile dependency cases. Their goal is to have every child in the court system to have a CASA volunteer by the end of 2015 in Union County. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
While the position does not get paid, being a Court Appointed Special Advocates volunteer is a rewarding experience and the Union County organization needs more people to step up and help.

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