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Knowing MERA's trails

Members of the Interagency Union Hotshot Crew spent part of a day molding a banked corner on the Caffeine trail at Mount Emily Recreational Area. (Mavis Hartz photo)
Mount Emily Recreation Area is booming with potential fun. The trails, roughed in last fall and groomed this spring, are looking to be some of the best multi-use paths in the state of Oregon.

OSU names Todd Stansbury athletic director, vice president

CORVALLIS – Todd Stansbury, a former executive associate athletic director at Oregon State University, has been named vice president and director of intercollegiate athletics at OSU. He will begin his new duties on Aug. 1.

MacKay looks to keep wins coming

The La Grande girls basketball program has its new coach.

Netters descend on Quinn for showdown

Cove’s Hannah Hulse is one of three local athletes named to the OACA 2A/1A Volleyball All-Star Match.
Changes to an all-star game have allowed three local athletes one last chance to put on a show for their fans and family.

Enjoyed by all

Abby Sutfin of Joseph races toward the finish after the last barrel in the barrel racing event at the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show in Union on Saturday.
Some prevailed, while others didn’t quite have the performance they were hoping for. But the rodeo portion at the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show was a blast for all the competitors.

Tigers fill void from within

The La Grande football team didn’t look very far to fill its head coaching vacancy.

Making the right stroke

Austin Hawks performs a draw stroke during a June 6 canoeing trip at Morgan Lake. The draw is one of several strokes that, once mastered, can increase control when out in a canoe. (Meg Hawks photo)
The very basic principles of canoeing are simple and common sense. If you want to turn right, you paddle on the left. If you want to turn left, you paddle on the right.

Second-annual Dirty Poker Run on deck

About 60 people turned out for the inaugural Dirty Poker Run in 2014. Event organizers are hoping to see close to 100 turn out June 20. (Observer file photo)
The second-annual Dirty Poker Run and Mount Emily Madness Mountain Bike Race are scheduled for June 20 at Mount Emily Recreational Area.

A great tool for small game is the latest airgun

Everyone started off hunting with an airgun, didn’t they?

Parker Breding wins with a 90-point ride

Bull rider Tanner Learmont of Cleburne, Texas, came in second with rides of 81.5 and 79.5 points. (Cherise Kaechele/The Observer)
Nearly 40 bull riders, ranging from a former world champion to local talent, embarked on Union Thursday night for the sixth annual Ed Miller Xtreme Bull Riding event, which kicked off the four-day rodeo at the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show.

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