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BRIEFLY: Theater offers special needs show


The Granada Theater will cater to their sensory-sensitive patrons with an 11 a.m. Saturday showing of “Peanuts” (rated G). The lights will be dimmed but not turned off and the volume will be decreased. 

Those who are light and sound sensitive are invited to participate in this special showing and let the staff know if it was more comfortable for them. The staff at the Granada are using this event to see if their sensory-sensitive patrons come out to see it and respond well to the changes. 

If successful, the Granada will schedule more sensory-friendly shows in the future. 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: November 20, 2015

By Observer Upload November 20, 2015 12:28 pm


Next stop: history

By Josh Benham, The Observer November 20, 2015 11:29 am

Eastern Oregon University senior Haley Hill, left, is one of the holdovers from last year’s 3-8-4 team. The Mountaineers pulled off the biggest reversal in the NAIA this season, going 17-2-1, and now host an NAIA National Championship opening round match against Biola (California) University Saturday. (Observer file photo)
It was quite a scene for senior Danielle Robinson and her Eastern Oregon University teammates at last week’s Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament.



Mounties’ comeback falls short at home

By Josh Benham, The Observer November 20, 2015 11:23 am
Eastern Oregon University’s Ashley Knight (25) attempts a shot in traffic against Whitman College. (Cherise Kaechele, The Observer)
The No. 14 Eastern Oregon University women’s basketball team scratched and clawed its way out of a double-digit fourth quarter deficit, which was good for head coach Anji Weissenfluh to see.


Tigers hoard league honors

By Ronald Bond November 20, 2015 11:19 am

Ray Jimenez, left, and Andrew Peasley were both named to the all-Greater Oregon League first-team offense, with Peasley selected as Offensive Player of the Year. (Observer file photo)
La Grande’s impressive 2015 football season received a fitting cap as 13 Tigers were given all-Greater Oregon League honors and the team swept the Player of the Year award on both sides of the ball.


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