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LA GRANDE — Looking Glass Books in downtown La Grande is downsizing and moving its stock down the street to the building that houses Kettle Corn N’ More.

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VENETA — New unemployment claims in Oregon catapulted nearly 1,500% the last week of March, according to the Oregon Employment Department. But for Brandon Huff and his wife, Phaedra, owners of…

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SPOKANE — Some environmental groups are complaining about the teleconference format for gathering public comments on a federal government proposal to save salmon runs on the Columbia River system.

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HARNEY COUNTY — Neighboring cattle producers can apply to compete for access to federal grazing allotments that Oregon’s Hammond Ranches lost in a court decision last year.

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UNION — Nothing has stopped the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show since its inception in 1908 — not World War I, World War II, not the Spanish Flu and not even a fire — and it’s because of one fact.

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Plans to tear down four hydroelectric dams in rugged country along the Oregon-California border to save salmon are generating excitement from environmentalists and tribes, and fear and anger a…

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ENTERPRISE — The Rotary Club of Wallowa County is taking steps to get the word out about restaurants and other businesses that remain open amid the COVID-19 shutdowns.

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The Hansell brothers harvest wheat at their operation in Athena. Hansell Farms is one of more than 100 farmers in the state joining Farmers Ending Hunger to double last year’s output and donat…

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Although on-site dining has been temporarily banned because of the COVID-19 outbreak, that hasn’t stopped Wallowa County restaurants from feeding their customers.

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PENDLETON — On Martin Luther King Jr. Day last year, the Pendleton city staff got together to see what they could do to improve the city’s downtown area.

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This cookie could become the signature coronavirus item sold at Sugar Time Bakery. The Enterprise business, which like many only sells take-out, started producing these Monday, March 23.

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Oregon grocery clerks at Safeway and Albertsons will receive a $2 an hour raise during the coronavirus outbreak, according to the United Food and Commercial Workers.

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Hop stocks on March 1 were up 9% from a year ago, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service reports.

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PENDLETON — The EO Media Group named veteran newspaper leader Karrine Brogoitti as the regional sales director for the company’s east side operations, which includes six print newspapers and a…

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Some gamblers who suddenly can't go to a casino to play slot machines, cards or roulette are migrating to internet casinos as the coronavirus shuts down most things invol…

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Impossible Foods confirmed Monday it has secured approximately $500 million in its latest funding round, led by new investor Mirae Asset Global Investments, with partici…

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Teens from Wallowa County’s Mentor Match Youth Entrepreneur Program on Friday, March 13, traveled to Baker City to participate in the first ever Rural Teen Entrepreneur Summit.

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SALEM — The Oregon Department of Revenue filed two new administrative rules governing Oregon’s new corporate activity tax.

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Taylor Miller, proprietor of Thoughtful Life Counseling, sits in the area where she offers counseling services at her home/office in Enterprise.

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A $4 million-plus irrigation pipeline is nearly complete that will give irrigators in the Upper Wallowa Valley a more efficient and less expensive way to water crops, livestock and pasture whe…

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SALEM — The percentage of unemployed Oregonians continues to be the lowest it has been since 1976, according to the Oregon Employment Department. The state is at 3.3% unemployment as of Januar…

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ONTARIO — Hemp production is increasing by leaps and bounds around Oregon and other parts of the country. And while other crops are well-organized and grow well, hemp still is coming into its own.

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ENTERPRISE — Wheat farmer Erl McLaughlin has finally gotten a settlement for his unharvested crop after fretting through the fall and early winter and wondering what the next growing season wi…

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SALEM — The Oregon Department of Agriculture is seeking applicants to fill 70 commissioner seats on twotwo of the state's agricultural and commercial fisheries commodity commissions. The deadl…

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For nearly half a century, coal powered the blast furnaces of the 1,410-megawatt Comanche Power Generating station in Pueblo, a city of 110,000 in southern Colorado.