LA GRANDE — Northeast Oregon soon will be the setting of a full-length feature film. Local f…
LA GRANDE — The clock is ticking for an appeal to the state regarding the La Grande City Cou…
LA GRANDE — The 33rd Festival of Trees was again a remarkable spectacle of community generosity.
SUMMERVILLE — A mystery and a surprising discovery.
LA GRANDE — Many food stamp recipients in Union County could lose their benefits due to a ne…
- Northeast Oregon will feel impact of food stamp rule change
- La Grande police investigating death in storage unit
- Police identify body in storage shed
- La Grande City Council gives OK for warming station
- Keeping memories alive at Summerville Cemetery
- Union County may increase fees for food service licenses
- Local filmmakers aim to showcase Eastern Oregon
- VA to expand support for caregivers of veterans
- Union boys take title in home tournament
- School districts reach out to less fortunate students
LA GRANDE — La Grande head coach Brian Wright was pleased with how his team battled and didn’t quit Monday despite facing multiple double-digit deficits.
The snowstorms that bookended Thanksgiving didn’t deliver quite enough snow to allow Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort to open for the season.
Oregon wildlife officials are trying to make it easier for hunters to harvest antlerless elk that are damaging croplands in Northeastern Oregon.
The patch of ice looked to me like orthopedic surgery.
Since taking the role of editor at The Observer, my list of changes to improve what we do continues to grow.
To the Editor:
This letter is directed to the people of La Grande.