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OUR VIEW: Council grasps at straws

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Last Wednesday night, the La Grande City Council found itself in the same position that many other locally elected boards across the state are most likely either dealing with or will soon tackle.
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Black ice blamed for I-84 pileup

By The Associated Press January 18, 2015 10:15 am
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BAKER CITY — Black ice is believed to be the cause of a freeway pileup involving more than a dozen tractor-trailers that left 12 people injured Saturday in eastern Oregon, police said.

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Travelers advised to bypass I84 completely in Eastern Oregon

By Cherise Kaechele, The Observer January 17, 2015 11:45 am
ODOT advises travlers to stay away from I-84 completely in Eastern Oregon due to two major accidents that occurred earlier this morning.
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District moves closer to starting bond work

By Dick Mason January 16, 2015 01:25 pm
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Doors will be added to classrooms at La Grande High School this summer with money from the $31.85 million bond voters approved. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
The stage is being set for a whirlwind summer of construction, maintenance and security work in the 
La Grande School District.
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Council is official

By Cherise Kaechele January 16, 2015 01:18 pm
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City Councilors Wayne Brown, left, Gary Lillard, Troy Pointer and Justin Rock were sworn in at Wednesday night’s meeting. Brown and Rock are first-time councilors, while Lillard and Pointer were voted in for another term. New Mayor Steve Clements was also sworn in during Wednesday’s meeting. (Mike Boquist photo)
The newly sworn-in La Grande city councilors were thrown into the deep end of the pool Wednesday at their first meeting with a public hearing on a conditional use permit for La Grande’s second medical marijuana facility.
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