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WALLOWA —A local couple has taken over the former Main Street Grill and revamped and reopened the place dubbing it The Brick Restaurant.

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HERMISTON — The Eastern Oregon Economic Summit has been postponed until June 2022 due to the continued surge of the delta variant of COVID-19 and to facilitate full participation by attendees,…

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GRANTS PASS — Dutch Bros Coffee hopes to raise up to $484 million in its initial public offering, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday, Sept. 7, which would make it the largest IPO in Oreg…

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The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that ranchers automatically lose the “grazing preference” for their property upon the expiration of their permit to release livestock onto feder…

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WALLOWA COUNTY — As the latest surge of coronavirus hits Wallowa County, few businesses have been forced to close but there is a renewed interest in requiring face masks and sanitizing busines…

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SALEM — Jobs in restaurants and taverns frequently sit at the bottom end of the pay scale, with waiters, line cooks and bartenders sometimes treated as easily replaceable — and paid accordingly.

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WALLOWA COUNTY — A hot, dry summer seems to have come to an end last week with a few days of rain that grain farmers didn’t necessarily need as they got going on harvest.

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Listen, I know you’re busy. Things truly continue to be so hard — just, generally hard. It’s difficult to find extra time to take on additional work, projects or anything. It’s even difficult …

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PORTLAND — Agricultural operations in Oregon have been significantly affected by wildfires and ongoing severe drought, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture has technical and financial assist…

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SALEM — Oregon added 20,000 jobs in July and the state’s jobless rate dropped from 5.6% to 5.2%, the steepest monthly decline in nearly a year.

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ENTERPRISE — Genuine Wallowa County made a recent donation to the Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland as it continues its goal of supporting the community with assisting local nonprofits, GWC announced…

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LA GRANDE — There’s been a new face at Eli Mayes Dental in La Grande for several months now, and with it, new services at the dental office that has served Union County for 40 years.

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Cattle numbers, particularly beef cow numbers, declined more aggressively than the industry had anticipated.

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LA GRANDE — The Union County Chamber of Commerce and Union County Tourism Promotion Advisory Committee are requesting proposals for the creation and development of visual marketing assets — su…

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Scientists are moderately confident droughts will be more severe for Western U.S. farmers by mid-century if global carbon emissions remain roughly the same for the next 30 years, according to …

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LA GRANDE — Extensive construction and renovations are underway at Les Schwab, which remains open for car servicing at 2306 Adams Ave., La Grande.

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LA GRANDE — OXARC will soon have a new home in a 12,000-square-foot facility being built next to Miller’s Home Center off of Island Avenue.

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WALLOWA — The coronavirus pandemic and the Elbow Creek Fire, while both devastating, have had their silver linings for the Wallowa area. It’s there where Jason and Patty Skillings opened the W…

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown has agreed to award state workers who were required to report to work in person during the pandemic one-time “COVID hazard payments” of up to $1,550 under new tentative…

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LA GRANDE — Financial adviser Gary Anger of Edward Jones Investments in La Grande recently earned the company’s A. F. McKenzie Award for outstanding sales and efforts in forming client relationships.

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LOS ANGELES — California and New York City announced Monday, July 26, that they would require all government employees to get the coronavirus vaccine or face weekly COVID-19 testing, and the D…

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SALEM — The board of Oregon’s Public Employees Retirement System voted unanimously Friday, July 23, to reduce its long-term assumption about earnings on the pension system’s investment portfol…

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LA GRANDE — Rebel Woolworks, La Grande’s newest — and only — locally dyed yarn business, opened on Saturday, July 17.

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JOSEPH — We all like ice cream, but have you ever had it rolled in small tubes with all your favorite toppings? Tracee Page is offering that now at Sweet Retreat in Joseph.

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Farmers’ view of farm financial performance lowered their confidence in the agricultural economy. The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer dropped sharply in June.

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SPOKANE, Washington — The record-shattering heat wave in the Pacific Northwest prompted fishing and conservation groups to ask a federal court Friday, July 16, to order more spill from dams on…